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01010 SUMMARY OF WORK

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01010 SUMMARY OF WORK

    Molokai VORTAC Refurbishment Project

    01010 SUMMARY OF WORK

    1.01 WORK INCLUDED:

    These specifications describe the project requirements for refurbishing the Molokai VORTAC facility located in the highlands west of Molokai Airport. The VORTAC building footprint is 36’ X 36built on

    a concrete foundation. The exterior walls are made of connected 8’ X 4’ prefabricated masonite

    insulated panels and a 2’ steel roof truss supporting a 53’ diameter circular roof. The contractor

    shall furnish all management, labor, tools, equipment, transportation, and materials for the project. See Section 1.04 for detailed specifications. All work shall be accomplished by qualified experienced licensed contractors. Contractor shall submit a cost for each Contract Line Item Number (CLIN):

CLIN 001: ROOF PREPARATION

    Remove TACAN, collar and teepee. Wrap and store TACAN. Crate old teepee for shipment. CLIN 002: DEMOLITION

    Remove existing roofing and insulation to copper sheeting. Remove vinyl siding from the soffit

    and walls. Remove abandoned water tank and pump. Remove steel post under soffit. Remove

    2 handholds.

    CLIN 003: ROOF REPLACEMENT

    Repair damaged wood decking at the roof drip edge. Install government furnished material

    (GFM) antenna mount brackets. Install tapered roofing insulation and fully adhered membrane

    roofing and associated flashing. Install monitor antenna cable conduit and fittings. Install ladder

    supports.

    CLIN 004: TEEPEE INSTALLATION

    Assemble and paint GFM teepee. Assemble GFM collar and vent covers. Install teepee, collar

    and stored TACAN.

    CLIN 005: EXTERIOR WALL COATING

    Repair damaged wall panels, patch holes and caulk all gaps. Remove corrosion from insulated

    wall panels. Paint the exterior with an epoxy undercoat and a polyurethane top coat. CLIN 006: ELECTRICAL

    Replace interior suspended light fixtures and mounted exterior light fixtures. CLIN 007: BUILDING IMPROVEMENTS

    Replace two (2) metal doors and hardware. Paint six (6) bollards. Replace EG exhaust pipe

    clamp.

    CLIN 008: FENCING

    Remove fencing and install new vinyl fencing.

    CLIN 009: FLOORING

    Remove floor tiles and install resilient tile flooring.

    CLIN 010: GROUNDING

    Connect the existing conductors to the roof copper counterpoise at the four (4) building corners.

    Install GFM ground plates and connect to the earth electrode system (EES).

    1.02 DRAWINGS & ATTACHMENTS:

A. Facility asbuilts

    B. Teepee Assembly Process

    C. Counterpoise Monitor Mounts

    D. Monitor Antenna Conduit

    E. TACAN Replacement SOP

    1.03 SUBMITTALS:

Submittals shall be submitted to the Contracting Officer’s Representative, known hereinafter as the

    COTR 4 weeks after award.

    1. Submittals listed in Section 1.04.

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2. Crane Lift Plan.

    3. MSDS for each product.

    4. Project Schedule.

    5. Project Health & Safety Plan.

    6. Employee List.

    7. Emergency Contact List.

    1.04 SPECIFICATIONS:

CLIN 001: ROOF PREPARATION

    ; Remove the TACAN from the collar per attached TACAN Replacement SOP document.

    Protect the TACAN in a wood crate elevated above the ground and weatherproofed until it is

    reinstalled when the roof work is completed.

    ; Remove the collar and tepee by crane. Disassemble the tepee and package it in a wood

    crate acceptable for shipping to the CONUS. Deliver the crate to the Molokai Airport.

    Dispose the collar.

    CLIN 002: DEMOLITION

    ; Remove existing roofing and roof insulation.

    ; Protect the copper plating below the roof insulation from damage. If damaged, the contractor

    shall make repairs using 16 oz copper sheeting. All copper patches shall be silver

    soldered/thermowelded.

    ; Remove vinyl siding and associated components from fascia, soffit and exterior wall panels.

    ; Remove abandoned water tank and pump.

    ; Remove 2 handholds and backfill with soil.

    ; Detach and remove 4” steel post from soffit.

    CLIN 003: ROOF REPLACEMENT

    ; Repair any damaged wood decking along the roof drip edge. Existing wood decking is 2”

    thick planks. Submit method of roof repair to the COTR for approval. Method must maintain

    structural integrity.

    ; Install 16 GFM antenna brackets at equally spaced locations around the roof perimeter as

    determined by the COTR. Mount the brackets using 4 stainless steel bolts connected to the

    roof deck with neoprene gaskets and a wood plate. Materials to be furnished by the

    contractor. See Counterpoise Monitor Mounts attachment for information.

    ; Install flexible membrane roofing and insulation per attached specification 07500.

    ; Install 1” diameter nonmetallic electrical tubing, conduit fittings, ?” cable strain reliefs and

    clamps to the soffit per Monitor Antenna Conduit attachment.

    ; Install two (2) 3/8” diameter stainless steel J-bolts connected the fascia plate @ 12” O.C.

    below the roof drip edge to be used as ladder rung supports. Back the J-bolts with a unistrut

    stiffener.

    CLIN 004: TEEPEE INSTALLATION

    ; Assemble GFM teepee kit by bolting the panel parts together per attached teepee assemble

    document. Apply two coats of high solid, low gloss polyurethane to the teepee after assembly

    per the manufacturer’s specification. Submit polyurethane manufacturer’s data for approval.

    Acceptable manufacturers include: Sherwin Williams, PPG, DuPont or approved equal.

    Product must be able to elongate to withstand expansion and contraction temperature cycles.

    ; Sand the teepee surface with 320 grit sandpaper before each coat of enamel.

    ; Assemble the collar and vent covers. Hoist and mount the collar to the teepee.

    ; Hoist and mount the teepee to the steel framing located at the center of the roof.

    ; Remove TACAN weatherproofing and mount it to the collar per attached TACAN

    Replacement SOP document.

    ; All bolts, gaskets, etc for assembly and mounting of the teepee, collar and TACAN are GFM. CLIN 005: EXTERIOR WALL COATING

    ; Repair and patch damaged wall panels. Caulk gaps with Dow Corning 795 Silicone Building

    Sealant or approved equal.

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    ; Remove corrosion and coat surface with a rust converting primer. Acceptable product is Rust Destroyer or approved equal.

    ; Apply two coats of high solids epoxy for masonite surfaces per the manufacturer’s

    specification. Submit epoxy manufacturer’s data for approval. Acceptable manufacturers include: Sherwin Williams, PPG, DuPont or approved equal. Product must be able to elongate to withstand expansion and contraction temperature cycles.

    ; Apply two coats high solid, low gloss polyurethane per the manufacturer’s specification.

    Submit polyurethane manufacturer’s data for approval. Acceptable manufacturers include: Sherwin Williams, PPG, DuPont or approved equal. Product must be able to elongate to withstand expansion and contraction temperature cycles.

    ; Epoxy and polyurethane must be from the same manufacturer.

    ; Apply coatings to exterior walls, conduits, fascia, soffit and vent hoods ; Pressure wash walls with a mild acetone/water mix before each application of paint. ; Surfaces must be clean and dry.

    ; Humidity can not exceed 85%.

    ; Apply materials per manufacturer’s specifications.

    CLIN 006: ELECTRICAL

    ; Remove existing interior and exterior light fixtures.

    ; Interior light fixtures have PCB ballasts. If any light ballasts are found leaking; notify the COTR and the FAA will remove and package the ballasts. Package all remaining ballasts in visqueen and place them in leak proof container and ship them to Oahu for FAA pickup. ; Install suspended industrial fluorescent fixtures to match the existing layout. Fixtures shall be energy efficient. Install On/Off switches with motion detector. Submit light fixture manufacturer data for approval.

    ; Install exterior area light fixtures to match existing layout. Fixtures shall be energy efficient. Install photo cell. Submit light fixture manufacturer data for approval.

    CLIN 007: BUILDING IMPROVEMENTS

    ; Remove two exterior door, frames and hardware.

    ; Install two (2) 3’0” X 7’0” X 1 ?” hollow metal doors and frames. Materials must be 16 gauge

    A60 galvanized steel and factory primed. Paint with 2 coats of epoxy. Submit manufacturer data for approval.

    ; Install Best Lock door locksets. Quote not to include core. Install stainless steel hinges. Install door seals, weatherproof gaskets and thresholds. Submit manufacturer data for approval.

    ; Paint and patch as required.

    ; All work shall follow Steel Door Institute standards. Doors shall be installed by personnel with qualified experience in steel door installation.

    ; Paint six bollards around the fuel tank. Remove corrosion with a rust converting primer. Acceptable product is Rust Destroyer or approved equal. Paint with epoxy coating. Submit manufacturer data for approval.

    ; Replace clamp supporting the EG exhaust pipe below the soffit.

    CLIN 008: FENCING

    ; Remove approximately 288 LF of fencing, posts, railings, hogwire, foundations and 12’ vehicle

    gate.

    ; Install vinyl fencing per attached specification 02310.

    ; Vinyl fence shall follow the plot layout described in the asbuilts.

    CLIN 009: FLOORING

    ; Remove approximately 1000 SF of tile flooring and wall base.

    ; Install resilient floor tile and wall base cove per attached specification 09600.

    CLIN 010: GROUNDING

    ; Bond the existing copper conductors to the roof copper plate at each building corner. ; Install two (2) GFM 6” X 12” X ?” copper ground plates inside the equipment room.

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    ; Connect the copper ground plate to the EES using an insulated 500 mcm conductor.

    Conductor shall penetrate the wall panel and be sleeved in Sch 40 PVC conduit on the

    exterior. Exothermic weld the conductor to the buried EES and a ?” X 10’ copper clad ground

    rod.

    1.05 MATERIALS:

    A. All materials used for the project shall be of industry standard. No inferior or substitute materials

    are allowed and will be rejected.

    B. All proposed material substitutes used as an approved equal shall be submitted to the COTR for

    approval 4 weeks after award.

    C. All wood used for the project shall be pressurized treated with Hi-Bor or approved equal. All

    wood cuts shall be brushed with liquid Hi-Bor or approved equal.

    D. Dissimilar metals are not allowed. Copper shall be attached using copper or stainless steel

    nails, screws, etc.

    1.06 JOB CONDITIONS:

    A. The contractor is hereby notified that the VORTAC is extremely sensitive equipment that

    maintains safety for all aviation. The contractor shall schedule work efficiently to minimize the

    outage for the facility operations and base mission. The contractor shall coordinate all work with

    the COTR.

    B. All equipment and materials identified to be removed in the project scope shall become property

    of the contractor. Contractor shall adhere to local government disposal regulations.

    C The Contractor and his Subcontractors shall maintain the job site in a neat and orderly condition;

    this includes the daily removal of rubbish, waste and tools, equipment, and materials not

    required for the work in progress.

    D Contractor shall verify all utilities prior to any digging. Contractor will be held liable for any

    damage to the existing utilities and will be required to make repairs immediately.

    E Contractor shall not damage any FAA property. Contractor will be held liable for any damage

    and will be required to make repairs immediately.

    1.07 SHUTDOWNS AND SCHEDULING:

    The Contractor shall submit a project schedule to the COTR 4 weeks after award. The schedule

    shall be in Gantt chart format detailing each task and subtask identified in the project CLINs.

    1.08 PERFORMANCE PERIOD & LIQUIDATED DAMAGES:

    Work shall start on August 20, 2012. The Contractor shall work diligently and complete the project

    no later than 40 calendar days. Failure to complete the project within the performance period shall

    result in $400/day liquidated damages to be assessed against the contractor.

    1.09 CONSTRUCTION LIMITS:

    The contractor shall confine operations, activities, material storage and employee parking within the

    areas shown him by the COTR.

    1.10 SECURITY REQUIREMENTS:

    The contractor shall provide the COTR with a list of contractor's personnel who will require access to

    the site. The contractor shall observe all FAA security requirements. All work shall be conducted

    under the supervision of the COTR.

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1.11 SAFETY REQUIREMENTS:

    The contractor is solely responsible for the safety and welfare of workmen on the project and the

    general public around the construction site. Contractor shall take precautions to adequately

    safeguard the conditions of all persons on or near the site. Comply with the regulations of the

    Occupational Safety and Health Standards (OSHA), 29 CFR Part 1926. If the COTR deems that the

    Contractor is not safe, he has the right to stop all work until the Contractor corrects the safety

    violation. Contractor shall submit a Health and Safety Plan for this project. The Health and Safety

    Plan shall identify the competent safety individual for the project to monitor safety and identify safety

    hazards. Contractor shall hold frequent safety tailgate meetings to identify and discuss safety

    measures for scheduled work.

1.12 EMERGENCY CONTACT LIST

    The contractor shall provide an emergency contact list of names and telephone numbers for at least

    the foreman and a backup person so that contact can be made during non-working hours in case

    there is an emergency.

1.13 SITE VISIT PRIOR TO BIDDING

    Contractors are required to visit the site prior to bidding on the project. A site walk will be conducted

    on June 12, 2012. Contractors are to meet the COTR at 10:00 AM HST at the Molokai Airport near

    the arrival gate. The COTR will escort the Contractors to the VORTAC site. Contractors are to

    provide their own transportation. Contractor shall submit personnel information for the individual(s)

    that will represent the Contractor to the FAA representative 5 days prior to scheduled site visit.

    Contractor representative(s) shall be employees of the Contractor. The FAA representative is Jim

    Burress, phone number (808) 840-3728, cell (808) 721-6965 email: jim.burress@faa.gov.

1.14 AVAILABILITY OF UTILITIES:

    Electricity is available to the Contractor at the site. Water, sanitary facilities and telephone service

    are not available for use. Contractor shall provide a portable toilet for the project.

1.15 CONTRACT QUANTITIES

    All field measurements and material quantities are solely the responsibility of the Contractor.

    Contractor shall determine all quantities, measurements prior to submitting a proposal.

1.16 INSPECTION AND ACCEPTANCE OF WORK

    All work shall be made available for inspection by the COTR. If work is not performed to the scope

    of the contract (including industry standards related to the project scope) the contractor shall

    promptly replace the rejected material and/or workmanship.

1.17 COORDINATION WITH FAA:

    The project will involve tasks that will be accomplished by FAA employees. Contractor will be

    required to coordinate, cooperate and simultaneously work while the FAA is working.

1.18 WARRANTY

    Roof warranty shall be 20 years for material and workmanship. All other materials installed under

    the contract shall be warranty by the Contractor for a period of one year after the completion of work.

    The contractor shall provide written warranty information to the COTR.

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1.19 SCHEDULE OF WORK

    Work may be performed during normal daytime hours of 7:00 AM to 3:30 PM, Monday through

    Friday or as otherwise approved by the R.E. All work shall be coordinated with the FAA.

1.20 WAGE RATE REQUIREMENTS

    Prevailing Davis-Bacon wage and fringe benefit rates govern this work. Certified payrolls shall be

    submitted to the COR prior to payment.

1.21 PAYMENT

    A single and complete payment to the Contractor will be made upon acceptance of completed work

    is made by the Contracting Officer.

1.22 PROJECT LOCATION

    The Molokai VOR site is approximately 7 miles due west from the airport via the Mauna Loa Hwy

    and 1.5 miles south by dirt road on ranch land.

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1.22 VOR COMPONENTS

    TACAN

    6

    COLLAR

    MONITOR 18’ TEPEE ANTENNA

    12’

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