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Statement of Work Task Order C106037 Building 101 Rodbell Conference Center and Lobby Renovation National Institute of Environmental Health Sciences Research Triangle Park, NC COR: Alison Karver Date: April 13, 2019 REVISION
This Scope of Work details requirements for a construction only project to Renovate the NIEHS Building 101 Rodbell Conference Center and Lobby. The Contractor is to provide all services for review of existing conditions; preparation of required submittals; and construction in accordance with this Statement of Work, Design Documents, and contract requirements.
I. GENERAL:
A. The Contractor shall provide all services necessary to complete the project as stated
in Section III, Scope of Work (SOW). The Contractor is responsible for providing demolition/construction, temporary contractor access, and maintaining functionality of the existing facility as required.
B. Period of performance: Final construction and testing must be complete no later
than January 24, 2020.
C. The Contractor shall provide a Collateral Duty Safety Officer for execution of the
work required in this task order.
D. The Contractor shall provide all project management personnel necessary per their
approved task order specific quality control and safety plans to properly oversee the construction of this project. Quality Control Manager and Superintendent roles may not be performed by the same individual. For the duration of Phases I-III contractor’s Superintendent shall not have any responsibilities to other projects. The Contractor shall provide for review and acceptance the resume and qualifications of any key personnel performing the tasks identified above that have not been previously approved by the Government
E. The Contractor shall employ the services of “Submittal Exchange” or other
comparable program to prepare a complete submittal register based on design specifications of the project. All “Action” submittals shall be considered for Government Approval (GA) and all “Informational” submittals shall be considered “For Information Only” (FIO) for the purposes of review times in accordance with the contract submittal review procedures. The contractor’s submittal register shall include submission dates coordinated with the construction schedule. The construction schedule shall provide review times in accordance with base contract specification 01 33 00.
F. Within 10 calendar days of task order NTP the Contractor shall provide an updated
submittal register and preliminary schedule for approval detailing the first 45 days of the project.
G. Within 30 calendar days of task order NTP the Contractor shall provide a detailed
construction schedule identifying all major and minor features of work including all closeout documentation required in Section IV of this SOW. The schedule shall be updated and submitted with each pay request or every 30 days whichever is shorter.
H. The Contractor shall schedule ALL construction activities with a continuous flow of
work without any significant periods of inactivity once construction has begun. Planned periods of inactivity should be limited to a maximum of 5 consecutive working days. To avoid unexpected material delivery delays ALL material shall be on the job site or stored locally and readily available for each definable feature of work. A preparatory inspection may not be scheduled until the material is made available for inspection. No work shall be performed without a preparatory inspection.
II. CONSTRUCTION:
A. The Contractor shall construct the project in accordance with the 2016 NIH Design
Requirements Manual and in accordance with the FMB-RTP Engineering Standards and Material Requirements (Revision G).
B. The Contractor shall comply with the quality control requirements for construction in
accordance with the Contractor’s Quality Control Plan and approved task order specific supplements.
C. The Contractor shall comply with the safety requirements for construction in
accordance with the Contractor’s Accident Prevention Plan and approved task order specific supplements.
D. Work Restrictions:
a. Area of construction as indicated in Attachment E will be available to the contractor to begin construction no later than July 8th, 2019. Carpet in hallways that is not included in construction boundary, must be completed after hours and a minimum of two weeks notice shall be given to the COR. Carpet in the lobby area not included in construction boundary may be completed during normal business hours as long as an ADA acceptable pathway to the cafeteria remains open. Contractor will have access to the construction boundary area to include the conference room itself for the duration of the project. Only one construction wall will be needed. 45 Day notification shall be given to the government prior to the start of construction.
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Phase I of the renovation per C106037 100% Construction Documents will be available to the contractor to begin construction no later than July 8th, 2019. Phase II will be available at the completion of Phase I and Phase III at the completion of Phase II . All construction, inspection, testing, and commissioning activities must be complete no later than January 1, 2020. Contractor shall provide a 45 day notification to the government prior to the start of Phase I and a 30 day notification prior to the start of any subsequent phases. b. Excessively loud noises shall be coordinated to be complete after hours. These activities include but are not limited to: Those specifically called out in the drawing set, Installation of Structural Steel on the ceiling of the conference room, and drilling on the ceiling of the conference room c. The potential exists for asbestos containing material (ACM) located within the
work site area. The Contractor shall follow asbestos abatement procedures for all disturbed or to be disposed material marked with red paint.
III. SCOPE OF WORK
A. The Contractor shall perform all work in accordance with the following “100%
Construction Documents” plans and specifications as applicable:
a. C106037: NIEHS Building 101 – Rodbell Conference Center Renovation
B. Base Bid: C106037 – Rodbell Conference Center Renovation
a. Contractor shall turn over all salvaged VFDs to the government b. Controls Contractor shall notify and coordinate with the COR prior to
removing any existing alarms or points
C. Supersedes design package: Contractor shall utilize laydown area in front of Bldg.
101 as indicated in Attachment F.
a. The door into the construction area will be a construction entrance only;
however, due to fire code it must remain an Emergency Egress for building occupants. Contractor shall maintain a clear corridor out of construction area from door and a clearly signed, crash bar gate out of the construction fencing. b. Construction fencing shall have privacy screen and shall display weather
resistant construction sign minimum size of 5’x6. Example of construction sign in Attachment G. c. Contractor must maintain Fire Lan to Bldg. 101 at all times D. Gypsum Board construction walls are acceptable, no MDF necessary.
E. Option #1 – Tubular dark bronze metal finish lockable panic hardware set with
exterior ladder pull. (Blumcraft Aluminum Door Mount Panic Access Control Handles with Exterior ladder pull handle or approved equal) in lieu of door hardware set 01 on door schedule.
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F. Commissioning
a. Contractor and subcontractors shall participate in all Commissioning activities
as deemed appropriate for a particular portion of commissioning. Commissioning will include but not be limited to HVAC Systems, Controls and Audio Visual/Production Capabilities.
i. Contractor shall appoint a Commissioning Coordinator to manage,
schedule and coordinate commissioning ii. Commissioning Coordinator shall have experience successfully
completing a minimum of five (5) previous projects similar in nature, size and extent as this project. This experience shall be submitted to the COR for approval. Commissioning Coordinator may perform duties as QCM or PM iii. Within 10 days after approval, the contractor shall submit a letter of
authority for the Commissioning Coordinator, signed by a principal of the Contractor’s firm. The letter shall authorize the Commissioning Coordinator to do the following:
1. Make inspections required for commissioning 2. Coordinate, schedule, and manage commissioning of
Contractor, subcontractors and suppliers 3. Obtain documentation required for commissioning for the
Contractor, subcontractor and suppliers 4. Report issues, delayed resolution of issues, schedule conflicts
and lack of cooperation or expertise on the part of members of the commissioning team. iv. Commissioning Coordinator shall manage, schedule and coordinate
commissioning, including but not limited to:
1. Coordinate with subcontractor on their commissioning
responsibilities and activities 2. Obtain, assemble, and submit commissioning documentation 3. Attend periodic on-site commissioning meetings 4. Develop and maintain the commissioning schedule. Integrate
commissioning schedule into the construction schedule and update with the construction schedule as specified in paragraph I.G 5. Review and comment on preliminary test procedures and data
forms 6. Report inconsistences and issues in system operations 7. Verify that tests have been completed and results comply with
acceptance criteria and that equipment and systems are ready before scheduling test demonstrations 8. Direct and coordinate test demonstrations
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9. Coordinate witnessing of test demonstrations by Owner’s
witness 10. Coordinate and manage training. Be present during training
sessions 11. Prepare and submit specified commissioning reports 12. Track commissioning issues until resolution and retesting is
successfully completed 13. Retain original records of Commissioning -Process Work,
organized as required for the commissioning report. Provide Owner’s representative access to these records on request
G. Contractor shall stain existing wood doors, transom and frames of B112, B111 and
B110 walnut to match finish WD01 as identified in C106037: NIEHS Building 101 – Rodbell Conference Center Renovation Plans. H. Contractor shall paint walls surrounding B112, B111 and B110. Paint color to be
determined by COR.
I. Prior to the start of construction, the Contractor shall submit all materials, shop
drawings, and certificates indicated on the accepted submittal register in accordance with Specification 01 33 00: SUBMITTAL PROCEDURES.
J. All equipment shall have a warranty period of at least 1 calendar year(s) from the
beneficial occupancy date or as detailed in the design specifications.
IV. CLOSE-OUT REQUIREMENTS
A. The Contractor shall provide the following in accordance with Specification 01 78 00,
CLOSEOUT:
a. New Equipment Data Worksheets b. Warranties c. Spare Parts Data d. Preventative Maintenance e. Operation and Maintenance Manuals f. As-Built Drawings
B. Training: The Contractor shall provide a total of 12 hours training. Submit classroom and field instructions in the operation and maintenance of systems equipment where required by the technical provisions of the task order specifications and as listed below. These services must be directed by the Contractor, using the manufacturer’s factory-trained personnel or qualified representatives in accordance with Specification 01 78 00, paragraph 1.6.3.
a. HVAC Systems b. Skyfold Partitions
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c. AV Systems
C. Panelboard Circuit Directory: Modify panelboard circuit directory in accordance
with NFPA 70, Article 408. Every circuit and circuit modification shall be legibly identified as to its clear, evident, and specific purpose or use. The identification shall include sufficient detail to allow each circuit to be distinguished from all others. Spare positions that contain unused overcurrent devices or switches shall be described accordingly. The identification shall be included in a circuit directory that is located on the face or inside of the panel door in the case of a panelboard, and located at each switch or circuit breaker in a switchboard. No circuit shall be described in a manner that depends on transient conditions of occupancy.
1. On task orders where less than 50% of the total circuit space is affected, the
existing panel schedule shall be updated for each affected circuit in accordance with referenced NFPA 70 requirements. The Contractor shall update the NIH electronic circuit directory template and re-type/print the existing circuit directory with an asterisk next to the description for all newly modified spaces/circuits. The hard copy format shall be in accordance with the FMB-NC standard (printed from the NIH electronic circuit directory template). A copy of the new circuit directory file and hard copy shall be submitted to the Contracting Officer’s Representative (COR) at or before the pre-final inspection. The Contractor shall request a copy of the latest version of the “electronic circuit directory template” from the COR at least 14 days prior to the pre-final inspection.
2. On task orders where circuit modifications meet or exceed 50% of the total circuit
space available, ALL circuits shall be traced and verified for accuracy within the affected panelboard. The Contractor shall update the NIH electronic circuit directory template and the hard copy attached to the panel door. The hard copy format shall be in accordance with the FMB-NC standard (printed from the NIH electronic circuit directory template). A copy of the new circuit directory file and hard copy shall be submitted to the Contracting Officer’s Representative at or before the pre-final inspection. The Contractor shall request a copy of the latest version of the “electronic circuit directory template” from the COR at least 14 days prior to the pre-final inspection.
D. Salvaged Equipment: Where existing VFDs are to be salvaged and not immediately
reused they shall be turned over to the government.
V. ATTACHMENTS
A. C106518: Rodbell Conference Center Renovation – Plans dated Jan 18, 2019
B. C106518: Rodbell Conference Center Renovation – Specs dated Jan 18, 2019
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C. C106518: Rodbell Conference Center Renovation – Basis of Design dtd Jan 18, 2019
D. NIEHS AV Workflow Document
E. Rodbell Area of Construction and Laydown area
F. Bldg. 101 Laydown Yard
G. Construction Sign Example
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CONFERENCE CENTER RENOVATION

Owner

National Institute of Environmental Health Sciences, Research Triangle Park, NC

Architect:

Gensler

General Contractor

OPD Group DOT Construction

Approx Contract

$50,000

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