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Contract - Hensel Phelps - 2/11/2021 g."242.14 `033 CITY OF ROUND ROCK General Services ">?* ROUND ROCK TEXAS Project Manual For: Round Rock Public Library Volume 1 of 3 December 8, 2020 Prepared By: PGAL, Inc. 14135 Midway Rd., Suite G-200 Addison, Texas 75001 972-871-2225 APPROVED Eni CITY ATTORNEY TBAE Registration No. 12809 Round Rock Public Library VOLUME 1 TABLE OF CONTENTS Section Description No. of Pages 00020 Notice to Proposers 1 00100 Instructions to Proposers 13 00150 Questionnaire 78 00200 Bid Bond 3 00300 Proposal Form 5 00410 Statement of Bidder's Safety Experience 1 00500 Agreement 8 00600 Insurance & Construction Bond Forms Performance &Payment Bond Instructions 1 Insurance Instructions 1 00610 Performance Bond 2 00620 Payment Bond 2 00650 Certificate of Liability Insurance 1 00700 General Conditions 44 00800 Supplemental General Conditions 1 00900 Special Conditions 9 01000 Technical Specifications 3 02000 Plans,Details and Notes Volume 2 and 3 82O16 Table of Contents 00090665 00020 NOTICE TO PROPOSERS Notice to Proposers Pursuant to the provisions of Texas Local Government Code, Section 2267.056, it is the intention of the City of Round Rock to select,via the Request for Proposal,to select a Prime Contractor by using the Competitive Sealed Proposal process for the construction of the Round Rock Public Library as generally described herein. The project includes: 65,000 SF Library and 300 Stall Parking Garage located at 200 E. Liberty Ave,Round Rock,TX 78664. Estimated construction budget is$31,000,000.00. Sealed Proposals containing one digital copy, on a USB Flash Drive, and a total of three(3)hard copies of each proposer's complete"Proposal Form,"(Proposal Form not required on digital copy)"Questionnaire,"and any other required or additional materials that follow the"Format of Submitted Proposal"must be submitted to Richard Will, Building Construction Manager,City of Round Rock, 221 East Main Street,Round Rock,Texas 78664 no later than 2:00 p.m. CST on November 17,2020 in an opaque envelope/packaging, sealed,and clearly marked on the outside with: Proposal to Serve as Competitive Sealed Proposal for the Round Rock Public Library Proposals will be publicly opened and read aloud at Round Rock City Hall,221 East Main St,Round Rock,Texas at 2:00 p.m. CST on November 17,2020. No oral,telegraphic, or facsimile proposals will be accepted. No late proposals will be accepted. No proposals may be withdrawn after the scheduled proposal opening deadline. All proposals received after the scheduled proposal opening deadline will be returned unopened. Proposals are to include the specific qualification information requested in the sequence and format prescribed in the Proposal Packet that may be obtained from https://www.roundrocktexas.gov/businesses/solicitations/ . The proposal packets will be available beginning 5:00 p.m. on October 16, 2020. A pre-proposal meeting will be held at Round Rock City Hall Council Chambers,221 East Main Street,Round Rock Texas,78664 at 2:00 p.m. on October 27,2020. Attendance is encouraged but is not mandatory. If applicable, social distancing and facemask requirements must be followed. The Architect/Engineer and the Owner's Rep will be in attendance to discuss the project. Each proposal must be accompanied by a cashier's check or acceptable bond payable to the City of Round Rock in an amount not less than five percent(5%) of the total proposed contract sum,plus alternates as submitted. The successful proposer will be required to furnish payment bonds and performance bonds in amounts equal to one hundred percent(100%) of the contract sum, in accordance with chapter 2253 of the Texas government Code,within five (5) days of award of contract. Selection of the successful Proposer will be based on the selection criteria set forth in the instructions to proposers. In case of ambiguity, duplication or obscurity in the proposals,The City of Round Rock reserves the right to reject any and/or all proposals and waive any informalities and irregularities in any and/or all proposals received. Contractors and subcontractors shall pay to laborers,workman and mechanics the prevailing wage rates as determined by the City of Round Rock Publication Dates: Austin American Statesmen Round Rock Leader 1. 10/17/2020 1. 10/17/2020 2. 10/24/2020 2. 10/24/2020 00100 INSTRUCTION TO PROPOSERS City of Round Rock,Texas Instructions to Proposers: Section 00100 INSTRUCTIONS TO PROPOSERS ROUND ROCK PUBLIC LIBRARY 1.1 RELATED DOCUMENTS A. Drawings and general provisions of the contract forms, including General Conditions and Supplemental General Conditions and other specification sections, are applicable documents. 1.2 DEFINITIONS A. All definitions set forth in the General Conditions and Supplemental General Conditions, in Round Rock's "Standard Form of Agreement between Owner and Contractor," and in other contract documents are applicable to these proposal documents. B. Proposal documents include the Request for Competitive Sealed Proposals for Construction Services,Instructions to Proposers,Proposal Form, sample bond and contract forms, and the proposed contract documents including any addenda issued prior to receipt of proposals. C. Addenda are written or graphic instruments issued prior to the opening of the proposals which modify or interpret the proposal documents (including drawings and specifications) by additions, deletions, clarifications or corrections. Addenda become part of the contract documents when the Standard Form of Agreement between Owner and Contractor is executed. D. The City of Round Rock may be referred to in the proposal documents as Owner. E. A proposal is a complete and properly signed proposal to do the Work for the sums stipulated therein, submitted in accordance with the proposal documents. F. The base contract sum is the sum stated in the proposal for which the Proposer offers to perform the work described in the proposal documents as the base, to which work may be added or from which work may be deleted, for sums stated in alternate proposals, if alternate proposals are required. G. An alternate proposal (or alternate) is an amount stated in the proposal to be added to or deducted from the amount of the base contract sum and the corresponding change in the work, as described in the proposal documents or in the proposed contract documents. H. A unit price is an amount stated in the proposal as a price per unit of measurement for materials or service as described in the proposal documents or in the proposed contract documents. I. A Proposer is a person or entity who submits a proposal. J. A subcontractor is a person or entity who submits a proposal to a Proposer for materials or labor for a portion of the Work. K. The Contractor is the person or entity that has been determined to provide the best value for Owner based on Owner's Selection Criteria and its ranking evaluation, and to whom Owner awards the contract. L. Contract refers to the City of Round Rock's "Standard Form of Agreement between Owner and Contractor." 1.3 EXAMINATION OF DOCUMENTS AND SITE A. Each Proposer, by making a proposal, represents that she/he has read and understands the proposal documents. B Each Proposer, by making a proposal, represents that she/he has visited the site, performed investigations and verifications as she/he deems necessary, and familiarized her/himself with the local conditions under which the Work is to be performed, and will be responsible for any and all errors in her/his proposal resulting from failure to do so. C. The location and elevations of the various utilities and pipe work included within the scope of the Work are offered as a general guide only,without guarantee as to accuracy. The Proposer shall verify and investigate to her/his own satisfaction the location and elevation of all utilities, pipe work, and the like and shall adequately inform her/himself of their relation to the work before submitting a proposal. D. Before submitting a proposal each Proposer will, at Proposer's own expense, make or obtain any additional examinations, investigations, explorations,tests and studies and obtain any additional information (surface, subsurface, and underground facilities) at or contiguous to the site, or otherwise,which may affect cost, progress, performance or furnishing of the Work and which Proposer deems necessary to determine her/his proposal for performing and furnishing the Work in accordance with the time, price and other terms and conditions of the contract documents. E. On request in advance, Owner will provide each Proposer access to the site to conduct explorations and tests as each Proposer deems necessary for submission of a proposal. Proposer shall fill all holes, clean up, and restore the site to its former condition upon completion of such explorations. F. The lands upon which the Work is to be performed, all rights-of way and easements for access thereto, and other lands designated for use by Contractor in performing the Work are identified in the contract documents. G. Each Proposer, by making her/his proposal, represents that her/his proposal is based upon the materials, systems, and equipment required by the proposal documents without exception. 1.4 PROPOSAL DOCUMENTS A. Complete sets of proposal documents shall be used in preparing proposals; neither Owner nor the Architect or Engineer assumes any responsibility for errors or misinterpretations resulting from use of incomplete sets of proposal documents. B. Owner or the Architect or Engineer, in making copies of the proposal documents available on the above terms, do so only for the purpose of obtaining proposals on the Work and do not confer a license or grant for any other use. 1.5 PROPOSAL PROCEDURES A. All proposals shall be prepared on the Proposal Form provided by the Architect or Engineer and submitted in accordance with these Instructions to Proposers. Proposers shall provide all requested information. B. A proposal is invalid if it has not been deposited at the designed location prior to the time and date for receipt of proposals indicated in the Request for Competitive Sealed Proposals for Construction Services and/or the Notice to Proposers [included at Section 00020 of the Project Manual], or prior to any extension thereof issued by addenda to the proposers. Proposals received after submission deadline shall be returned unopened and will be considered unacceptable and shall be considered void. Owner shall never be held responsible for lateness of mail, carriers, couriers, etc., and the time/date stamp clock used by the City of Round Rock shall be the official time of receipt. C. Unless otherwise provided in any supplement to these Instructions to Proposers, no proposer shall modify, withdraw or cancel her/his proposal or any part thereof for one hundred twenty (120) days after the time designated for the receipt of proposals in the Request for Competitive Sealed Proposals for Construction Services. D. Proposals shall not contain any recapitulation of the Work to be done. E. Proposers shall make no additional stipulations on the Proposal Form, nor limit, nor qualify proposals in any other manner. Proposals so qualified will be subject to disqualification. F. Itemized Bids and listed Key Subcontractors are due three (3) business days after bid opening or by 2:00 p.m. CST on November 20, 2020. Itemized bids must be submitted on the form included with the proposal documents and include a breakdown of major divisions of construction and key Subcontractors list. Key Subcontractors can be described as a licensed trade, any Subcontract totaling 3% or more of the proposed contract sum, or a critical path Subcontractor. Itemized Bids must be emailed to buildingconstructionroundrocktexas.gov , by the date described herein.Email with read receipt is advised. 1.6 DISCREPANCIES AND AMBIGUITIES A. Each proposer shall examine the proposal documents carefully and, not later than, 2:00 p.m. CST on November 6, 2020, shall make written request, via email and by email only, to the Owner for questions, interpretations, or corrections of any ambiguity, inconsistency or error therein which she/he may discover to: Richard Will,Building Construction Manager buildingconstructionroundrocktexas.gov Any interpretations, corrections and changes to proposal documents or extensions to the opening date will be made by addenda to the proposal documents by Owner and communicated publically through: https://www.roundrocktexas.gov/businesses/solicitations/ Sole authority to authorize addenda shall be vested in the Owner.All responses will be sent via addenda,prior to bid opening,through the solicitation website. Proposers shall acknowledge receipt of all addenda. It shall be the Proposer's sole responsibility to insure receipt of all addenda before proposal submission. 1.7 SUBSTITUTIONS A. Each Proposer represents that her/his proposal is based upon the materials and equipment described in the proposal documents. B. No substitution will be considered unless written request has been submitted to the Owner for approval not later than 2:00 p.m. CST on November 6, 2020. C. If the Architect or Engineer and Owner approve a proposed substitution, such approval will be set forth in an addendum. D. Substitutions not submitted and approved by 2:00 p.m. on November 6, 2020 may be added as a Voluntary Alternate and submitted at time of bid on the proposal form. 1.8 QUALIFICATION OF PROPOSERS A. Every Proposer shall submit with her/his proposal a properly executed Questionnaire. B. Proposers may be disqualified and their proposals not considered for, by way of illustration but not by way of limitation, any one or more of the following reasons: 1. Reasonable information or belief that collusion exists among Proposers; 2. Proposer being interested in any manner in any litigation involving Owner; 3. Proposer being in arrears on any existing contract or having defaulted on any previous contract; 4. Lack of competency as revealed by the financial statement, experience and equipment, Questionnaire, or qualification statement; 5. Uncompleted work which in the judgment of Owner will prevent or hinder the prompt completion of additional work if awarded. 1.9 PREPARATION OF PROPOSAL A. Proposer shall submit her/his proposal on the Proposal Form furnished as part of the proposal documents in the required format. All blank spaces in all forms shall be correctly filled in and the Proposer shall state the prices, written in words and in figures. Where there is a discrepancy between the price written in words and the price written in figures, the price written in words shall govern. If the proposal is submitted by an individual, that person's name must be signed by that person or by that person's duly authorized agent. If the proposal is submitted by a firm, association or partnership, the name and address of each member must be given, and the proposal must be signed by an official or duly authorized agent. Powers of Attorney which authorize agents or others to sign proposals must be properly certified and must be in writing and submitted with the proposal. 1.10 PROPOSAL SECURITY A. Each proposal must be accompanied by proposal security made payable to Owner in an amount of five percent(5%) of the Proposer's maximum proposal price; and same shall be in the form of a cashier's check or a Proposal Bond, duly executed by Proposer as principal and having as surety thereon a corporate surety authorized and admitted to do business in the state of Texas and licensed to issue such bond, as a guarantee that Proposer will enter into the City's contract and execute the required Performance and Payment Bonds within five (5) days of Owner's award of contract. B. The Proposal Security will be retained until such Proposer has executed the Standard Form of Agreement between Owner and Contractor, and furnished the required bonds, whereupon the proposal security will be returned. If Proposer fails to execute and deliver the Standard Form of Agreement between Owner and Contractor and furnish the required bonds within five (5) days of Owner's award of contract, Owner may annul the award of contract. In that event, the proposal security of that Proposer will be become the property of Owner, not as a penalty but as liquidated damages. Owner reserves the right to award the contract to the next-ranking Proposer based on Owner's evaluations of the proposal, as Owner deems it to be in the best interests of Owner. The proposal security of the other proposers whom Owner believes to have a reasonable chance of receiving the award may be retained by Owner until the earlier of the seventh (r) day after the effective date of the Standard Form of Agreement between Owner and Contractor or the one hundred twentieth (120th) day after the proposal opening, whereupon the proposal security furnished by such proposers will be returned. C. Owner has the right to retain the proposal security of all Proposers until either: 1. The Standard Form of Agreement between Owner and Contractor has been executed and the bonds have been furnished, or 2. The specified time has elapsed so that proposals may be withdrawn, or 3. All proposals have been rejected. 1.11 PERFORMANCE BOND &LABOR&MATERIAL PAYMENT BOND A. Contractor shall post with Owner, within five (5) days of Owner's award of contract, a Performance Bond in the amount of one hundred percent(100%)of the total contract price in such form as is deemed satisfactory by Owner. This bond shall be executed by a corporate surety company duly authorized and admitted to do business in the state of Texas and licensed to issue such bond in the state. B. Contractor shall post with Owner, within five (5) days of Owner's award of contract, a Payment Bond in the amount of one hundred percent (100%) of the total contract price in such form as is deemed satisfactory by Owner. This bond shall be executed by a corporate surety company duly authorized and admitted to do business in the state of Texas and licensed to issue such bond in the state. C. In addition to the above.requirements, if the amount of any bond exceeds One Hundred Thousand and No/100 Dollars ($100,000.00), then the surety on such bond must also: 1. Hold a certificate of authority from the United States Secretary of the Treasury to qualify as a surety on obligations permitted or required under federal law; or 2 Have obtained reinsurance for any liability in excess of$100,000.00 from a reinsurer that is authorized and admitted as a reinsurer in Texas and is the holder of a certificate of authority from the United States Secretary of the Treasury to qualify as a surety or reinsurer on obligations permitted or required under federal law. In determining whether the surety on the bond or the reinsurer holds a certificate of authority from the United States Secretary of the Treasury, Owner may conclusively rely on the list of companies holding certificates of authority as acceptable sureties on federal bonds and as acceptable reinsuring companies published in the Federal Register by the United States Department of the Treasury covering the date on which the bond was executed. D. Contractor must file, along with the Performance Bond and Payment Bond, all documents and information necessary to establish that the agent signing the bond is authorized to write the bond in the amount requested and, if applicable, that reinsurance requirements have been met, including limits and ratings or other evidence of company solvency. E. If the corporate surety company on any bond furnished by Contractor to Owner is declared bankrupt or becomes insolvent or such corporate surety company's right to do business in the state of Texas is revoked, then Contractor shall within five (5) days thereafter substitute another bond and corporate surety company, both of which must be deemed acceptable by Owner. 1.12 FILING PROPOSAL A. No proposal will be considered unless it is filed with Owner within the time limit for receiving proposals as stated in the Request for Competitive Sealed Proposals and/or the Notice to Proposers [included at Section 00020 of the Project Manual]. Each proposal shall be in a sealed envelope/packaging plainly marked as required by those documents. 1.13 MODIFICATION AND WITHDRAWAL OF PROPOSAL A. No proposal may be withdrawn or modified after the proposal opening except where the award of the contract has been delayed beyond one hundred twenty (120) days after date of proposal opening. 1.14 IRREGULAR PROPOSAL A. Proposals will not be considered if they show any omissions, alterations of form, additions, conditions not requested, unauthorized alternate proposals, or irregularities of any kind. However, Owner reserves the right to waive any irregularities and to make the award in the best interests of Owner. 1.15 REJECTION OF PROPOSAL A. Proposer acknowledges the right of Owner to reject any or all proposals and to waive any informality or irregularity in any proposal received. In addition, Proposer recognizes the right of Owner to reject a proposal if Proposer failed to furnish any required proposal security, or to submit the data required by the proposal documents, or if the proposal is any way deemed incomplete or irregular. 1.16 SELECTION CRITERIA AND OWNER EVALUATION A. Owner intends to award the contract to the Proposer whose proposal represents the best value to Owner according to the selection criteria and the relative weighting set forth herein. The selection criteria that Owner will use in selecting the successful Proposer and the relative weighting of such criteria are as follows: Selection Criteria a) Price: The quoted price, cost methodology, alternatives proposed, and markup for changes. (Total 40pts.) b) Past Projects with References Listed: 1) Has the proposer performed local projects (local is defined as the Austin-Round Rock MSA)if yes, projects listed? 2) Are there governmental clients listed (with contact information) and was the project overall a positive experience for those clients? 3) Are the projects presented equal or greater in complexity, scope, and dollar value when compared with the proposed project? 4) Was the completion of similar projects completed according to the construction schedule (scheduled construction dates included)? (Total 20pts.) c) Company and Construction Team Qualifications: 1) Is the company competent, financially stable, and experienced to complete the proposed project? 2)Has the project manager and superintendent been successful in managing projects of similar size, complexity, and scope as the proposed project? 3) Does the construction team's resumes reflect technical knowledge and practical experience managing and constructing projects, equal to the proposed project? 4) Has this team worked together on previous projects? List the projects. What was the team's contribution to making the previous projects successful? Provide previous project Owner and Architect contact information. Describe why you think the proposed team is the best fit for this project. (Total 20pts.) d) Project Plan, Approach and Quality Control: 1) Are all project steps clearly identified, in a logical order, and does the schedule meet the City's needs? 2) Does the company have a valid contingency plan if delays occur and the ability to execute that plan? 3) Can the company complete the project within the schedule and accomplish existing commitments? 4) Is the proposed program for quality control sound and specifically related to the project? (Total 20pts.) e) Compliance with Administrative Requirements and Information Requested: 1) Did the Proposer follow the Proposal Instructions and Format? (Total O-lOpts.) B. Proposals shall be publicly opened, and the names of each Proposer shall be read aloud,together with all prices stated in each proposal. C. Within forty-five (45) days after the proposals are opened, Owner or its designated representatives shall evaluate and rank each proposal submitted in relation to the published selection criteria and weighting. D. Owner will initially attempt to negotiate a contract with the first ranked Proposer. If Owner does not require any modifications to the scope, time, or price, then the first ranked Proposer shall execute the Standard Form of Agreement between Owner and Contractor, as awarded. If for any reason Owner is unable to reach contract execution with the first ranked Proposer, then Owner will give written notification to that Proposer that negotiations are ended and will then proceed to negotiate with the next ranked Proposer in the order of selection ranking until such time as a contract is reached or all proposals are rejected. Proposals may be rejected at any time. 1.17 EXECUTION OF CONTRACT A. No contract shall be binding on Owner until it has been executed by Owner or its duly authorized representative, and same delivered to Contractor. 1.18 FAILURE TO EXECUTE CONTRACT A. The failure of the Proposer to execute the required bonds or to sign the required contract within five (5) days after the Contractor is notified that the scoring committee has selected them as the 1st choice contractor shall be considered by Owner as abandonment of the proposal, and Owner may rescind the notice. 1.19 PURCHASE ORDER A. Purchase order(s) shall be generated by Owner to Contractor. The purchase order number must appear on all itemized invoices. 1.20 NOTICE TO PROCEED A. Upon the execution of bonds and contract, Owner will issue a written Notice to Proceed to Contractor requesting that she/he proceed with construction, and establishing the commencement of the contract time; thereafter, Contractor shall commence work within ten (10) calendar days after the date of Notice to Proceed. 1.21 CONSTRUCTION SCHEDULE A. The time for completion is up to six hundred and ten(610) calendar days from the notice to proceed letter and such deadline for completion will be included in the Standard Form of Agreement between Owner and Contractor. 1.22 LIQUIDATED DAMAGES A. Should Contractor fail to achieve completion of the work within the specified completion schedule, then the sum of Five Thousand and No/100 Dollars ($5,000.00) per calendar day of delay will be deducted from the monies due Contractor for the work, and such sums shall be reasonable liquidated damages due to the impracticability or impossibility of ascertaining the actual damages. 1.23 PERMITS A. Contractor shall be responsible for obtaining all necessary permits. 1.24 MATERIALS TESTING A. Owner will be responsible for providing or contracting for inspection services and materials testing, all in accordance with Texas Local Government Code §271.116(c) and any other applicable statutes. 1.25 WAGE SCALE A. In accordance with V.T.C.A., Government Code, Title 10, §2258 "Prevailing Wage Rates," the general prevailing wage rate has been determined for this locality for the craft or type of worker needed to execute work of a similar character to the project listed herein. Contractor shall pay the prevailing wage rate in this locality to all employees and subcontractors performing work on this project, and in no event shall Contractor pay less than the rate shown in the following schedule: Except for work on legal holidays, the "General Prevailing Rate of Per Diem Wage" for the various crafts or type of workers or mechanics is the product of(a)the number of hours worked per day, except for overtime hours, times (b)the above respective rate per hour. B. For legal holidays, the "General Prevailing Rate of Per Diem Wage" for the various crafts or type of workers or mechanics is the product of(a) one and one- half times the above respective rate per hour, times (b) the number of hours worked on the legal holiday. C. For overtime work, the "General Prevailing Rate of Per Diem Wage" for the various crafts or type of workers or mechanics is the product of(a) one and one- half times the above respective rate per hour, times (b) the number of hours worked on overtime. D. Under the provisions of V.T.C.A., Government Code, Title 10, §2258 "Prevailing Wage Rates," Contractor or subcontractor of Contractor shall forfeit as a penalty to the entity on whose behalf the contract is made or awarded, the sum of Sixty and No/100 Dollars ($60.00) for each calendar day, or portion thereof, that the worker is paid less than the wage rates stipulated in the contract. E. If the construction project involves the expenditure of federal funds in excess of Two Thousand and No/100 Dollars ($2,000.00), then the minimum wages to be paid various classes of laborers and mechanics will be based upon the wages that will be determined by the Secretary of Labor to be prevailing for the corresponding classes of laborers and mechanics employed on the project of a character similar to the contract work. 1.26 MISCELLANEOUS PROVISIONS A. Any quantities given in any portion of the contract documents, including the plans, are estimates only, and the actual amount of work required may differ somewhat from the estimates. The basis for payment shall be the actual amount of work done and/or material furnished. B. Contractor shall not commence work until she/he has furnished certification of all insurance required and such has been approved by the City of Round Rock, nor shall Contractor allow any subcontractor to commence work on her/his subcontract until proof of all similar insurance that is required of the subcontractor has been furnished and approved. The certificate of insurance form included in the contract documents must be used by Contractor's insurer to furnish proof of insurance. C. Proposals shall be submitted on a separated contract basis. No Texas sales tax shall be included in the prices proposed for materials consumed or incorporated into the finished product under this contract. This contract is issued by an organization that is qualified for exemption pursuant to the provisions of §151.309(5) of the Texas Tax Code. The City of Round Rock will issue an exemption certificate to Contractor. Contractor must then issue a resale certificate to the material supplier for materials purchased. Contractor must have a valid sales tax permit in order to issue a resale certificate. In obtaining consumable materials, Contractor will issue a resale certificate in lieu of payment of sales tax, and the following conditions shall be observed: 1. The contract will transfer title of consumable, but not incorporate, materials to the City at the time and point of receipt by Contractor; 2. Contractor will be paid for these consumable materials by the City of Round Rock as soon as is practicable. Payment will not be made directly, but considered subsidiary to the pertinent item. Contractor's monthly estimate will state that the estimate includes consumables that were received during the month covered by the estimate; and 3. The designated representative of the City of Round Rock must be notified as soon as possible of the receipt of these materials so that an inspection can be made by the City's representative. Where possible, the materials will be labeled as the property of the City of Round Rock. D. If Proposer's insurance company is authorized, pursuant to its agreement with Proposer, to arrange for the replacement of a loss rather than by making a cash payment directly to the City of Round Rock, the insurance company must furnish or have furnished by Proposer a Performance Bond in accordance with §2253.021(b), Texas Government Code, and a Payment Bond in accordance with §2253.021(c), Texas Government Code. Format of Submitted Proposal Cover Sheet Tab A.Bind Bond Tab B. Proposal Form Tab C. Questionnaire 1. Basic information 2. Organization 3. Experience Tab labeled 3.1) Insert Current Project List Tab labeled 3.2) Insert Past Project List Tab labeled 3.5) Insert Claims and Suits Explanation Tab labeled 3.6) Insert up to ten projects constructed inside Austin-Round Rock MSA Tab labeled 3.7) Insert Statement of Bidders Safety Experience; OSHA 200/300 Logs 4. Financial Information Tab labeled 4.1) Insert Financial Statement Tab labeled 4.7) Insert Certificate of Insurances) 5. Proposed Personnel Tab labeled 5.1) Insert Personnel Resumes Tab labeled 5.2) Insert Team Projects 6. Proposed Plan, Schedule, and Quality Control Program Tab labeled 6.8) Insert Construction Schedule 7. Ability to Meet Project Schedule Questionnaire Signature/Acknowledgment FORM 1295 INSTRUCTIONS Pursuant to Section 2252.90 of the Texas Government Code, as of January 1, 2016, any business entity entering into a contract with a local government that requires approval of the governing body must submit a disclosure of interested parties (Form 1295)to the local governmental prior to the execution of the contract. The Texas Ethics Commission (TEC) has created an electronic filing application for business entities to submit the required information and generate the required form. The City of Round Rock may not enter into a contract that requires the approval of the City Council until the business entity files a Form 1295 with the City Clerk. Please follow the instructions below to file your Form1295 with the TEC and the City of Round Rock: • Upon being notified of a bid award,the award recipient("business entity")must go to the following website: https://www.ethics.state.tx.us/filinginfo/1295/and follow the login instructions on the website application to complete a Form 1295. ✓ If this is a business entity's first time logging on to the website application,the business entity must create a Username and Password and then follow the application's instructions to complete a Form 1295. ✓ The City does not have a Contract ID Number System. Please insert 000000 and the project name in this box.Do not put the resolution number of the initial agreement if this is a supplemental agreement-only put the project name. ✓ Even if a business entity has no interested parties,Form 1295 still must be completed using the website application and filed with the City Clerk.Please note that there are very few instances that a business will not have any interested parties. Visit the TEC's FAQ page for the definition of an interested party. ✓ If a business is publicly traded,they are exempt from having to complete a Form 1295. Please e-mail the City Clerk stating such. • The business entity MUST print and sign the completed Form 1295 once it has been accepted by the TEC and no longer has DRAFT stamped on it. ✓ The signed Form 1295 must be scanned and e-mailed directly to the City Clerk at swhite@roundrocktexas.gov as soon as it is completed.DO NOT send the form back to the Purchasing Department,Project Manager, or mail it with signed original agreements/contracts. ✓ The City Clerk only has 30 days from receipt to acknowledge the form in the TEC system. If you do not return it to the City Clerk promptly, and the 30 days has expired when she receives it,you WILL have to complete another one. • A new Form 1295 must be done for each contract a business entity enters into with the City, including Supplementals,Amendments, and Change Orders. • A Form 1295 cannot be handwritten. It must be completed electronically through the TEC website application. If you have any questions regarding the process of filing of Form 1295 with the City,please contact: Sara White, City Clerk Phone: (512)218-5404 E-mail: swhite@roundrocktexas.gov If you have questions regarding the actual form or the online filing application,please visit the TEC's FAQ page: https://www.ethics.state.tx.us/resources/FAQs/FAQ_Form1295.php Revised 8/2020 CERTIFICATE OF INTERESTED PARTIES FORM 1295 1 of 1 Complete Nos.1-4 and 6 if there are interested parties. OFFICE USE ONLY Complete Nos.1,2,3,5,and 6 if there are no interested parties. CERTIFICATION OF FILING 1 Name of business entity filing form,and the city,state and country of the business entity's place Certificate Number: of business. 2021-706232 Hensel Phelps Construction Co. Austin,TX United States Date Filed: 2 Name of governmental entity or state agency that is a party to the contract for which the form is 01/14/2021 being filed. City of Round Rock Date Acknowledged: 3 Provide the identification number used by the governmental entity or state agency to track or identify the contract,and provide a description of the services,goods,or other property to be provided under the contract. 21-301 Construction Services Nature of interest 4 Name of Interested Party City,State,Country(place of business) (check applicable) Controlling Intermediary 5 Check only if there is NO Interested Party. El 6 UNSWORN DECLARATION June 11, 1970 My name is Bradley D.Winans , and mydate of birth is My address is 8326 Cross Park Dr , Austin , TX , 78754 , USA (street) (city) (state) (zip code) (country) I declare under penalty of perjury that the foregoing is true and correct. Travis Tex s- 14th Januar 21 Executed in County, State of ,on the day of y ,20 • (month) (year) Signat e of authorized agent of contracting business entity (Declarant) Forms provided by Texas Ethics Commission . :ettSi s.state.tx.us Version V1.1.ceffd98a 00150 QUESTIONNAIRE Response to Request for Proposal 2 _ ,,,,, c _ D ., , L RD A D , rv' 1 \ , Solicitation Number 21-301 fr. .. Due: November 1Z 2020 , , • , • ...,• ,, A: , ....,-7 ..1.,. f ....,,_ .4. ...— - . s%hi I E., 'tO ) Til - ,.• _... . 4 ft, /1 .7 --....;I: •:". / . 4, i.,./ c•-..or ..--e_ ,?. ‘ •- 21 '\ ii . , A ... --, p . ,1 . 4 , k ' =,-- i 4/A-\ ...._ ..../7 - - ..........- d 11) , t ,...... , .. ii iii":005 i •, ',, ..,,'4'-- -4at ----- - , • - .... , 4.....,,,,.. 1., tat 4 ..,.. 0 'ItiiiiP.144141k "' "11- 1'."l' ,,,..: 4 006,:v i 41.4 0 .. - cli .115-1 All ' --1:0 ( '....* ,',1 41.,/ 0: A ------, /.... 11....• . 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Manage. 8326 Cross Park Dr. Austin,TX 78754 (512) 834.9848 November 17, 2020 Richard Will Building Construction Manager City of Round Rock 221 East Main Street Round Rock,Texas 78664 Subject: Response to Request for Competitive Sealed Proposals for Construction Services for the Round Rock Public Library Solicitation No.: 21-301 AIL Dear Mr.Will, On behalf of the Hensel Phelps team, it is my pleasure to submit our proposal to serve as Prime Contractor for the Round Rock Public Library project.To ensure the success of this exciting new project for the City of Round Rock and its citizens,we have assembled an unparalleled team of expert builders who are ready to take on any challenge that lies ahead and have the experience necessary to deliver this high-profile project.We believe that the strong team proposed, along with the following factors,will bring the most value to your project and to the City of Round Rock. Value Alignment At Hensel Phelps,our Vision is Delivering EXCELLENCE in all we do.This is not only our long-term goal, but what we strive for each day.Our core values are: Ownership, Integrity, Builder, Diversity and Community.These are our guiding principles that define our company culture and guide our employees every day.The core values we hold sacred at Hensel Phelps are closely aligned with the goals for this project.We believe that when our vision and values are in sync with the owners and stakeholders with whom we work,the entire project experience is elevated.We have long-standing relationships with our clients and partners based on mutual respect and earned trust.We consider ourselves partners with our clients, fully investing in every project and working towards our shared goals - over 85%of Hensel Phelps'work comes from satisfied repeat clients. Contributing to our Community This is a unique opportunity for the City, library personnel and other stakeholders,working in conjunction with our team,to contribute to our own community where we live,work and raise our families.With over 35 local Hensel Phelps employees who reside within the City of Round Rock, it is our own children and families who will learn and grow within the walls of this new facility.This project gives us all a chance to play a role in leaving a positive legacy that contributes to the betterment of our community for generations to come.The library will be the future"heartbeat"of the city, providing access to information, culture, technology and community resources. We support our community.We care for our employees, colleagues and neighbors like a family and we are always eager to contribute to the community that supports us in so many ways. • \\A 4, that The Der 1�1 f o� abso �D� � r oca1 oar of ki'iow, is 1 � —ACbeit El iisteii1 Diversity 8-Inclusion Our team will help cultivate a library for all, built by all. Hensel Phelps is unmatched within the industry for subcontractor outreach efforts, providing support for and mentoring local and small businesses and exceeding minority participation goals. Whether required within the project's specifications or not, Hensel Phelps strives to include the maximum amount of diverse business participation into each project. From our people,to our partners,to our projects —we believe differences strengthen our teams, our businesses and our community. In-House BIM Capabilities Hensel Phelps is a leader in the constantly changing world of Virtual Design and Construction (VDC). Our use of the latest technology solutions ensures we build it right the first time, saving time and money on each project. Hensel Phelps uses VDC to visualize the construction process, quantify the scope,schedule construction activities and improve quality.VDC helps foster collaboration by involving owners,architects,engineers and trades in a unified virtual environment where the team can anticipate and mitigate conflicts prior to construction in the field. Hensel Phelps employs several different types of technology within the VDC world to help facilitate more accurate models.Our BIM models are built in-house with Hensel Phelps staff who are trained on our proven processes along with the industry's best practices -we do not hire third-party BIM coordinators.Our experienced VDC teams update over 250 BIM models each day and are the best in the business. Safety At Hensel Phelps,everything starts with Safety. Hensel Phelps maintains an unwavering commitment to the safety of our people and trade partners through implementation of our corporate safety program, detailed site-specific safety plans, extensive training, planning,and personal accountability.Our commitment to a"zero-accident"safety culture extends beyond the employees of Hensel Phelps to all our trade partners working on a Hensel Phelps project. While we can boast that we have one of the industry's best safety records,what really excites us is sending our people home safely to their loved ones each day. Each one of us plays an integral role in sending our people home safely.We feel it is our moral obligation and one of our core values at Hensel Phelps.We will not tarnish this positive community project with injuries to workers or safety violations. r Our People make the Difference Our people are the most dedicated, knowledgeable, highly-trained, and skilled builders in the country.We develop and nurture "homegrown"talent—the average tenure of a Hensel Phelps employee is 17 years— that allows us to pass down knowledge to each new generation, and allows our employees to develop into masters of their craft through years of experience. Every Hensel Phelps employee is cross-trained in every aspect of our operation and every employee shares in our success through ownership. We thank you for the opportunity to build a partnership with the City of Round Rock through the successful completion of this important civic project.We look forward to the next steps in the selection and contract negotiation process -- our team will do whatever it takes to ensure this project's success for all stakeholders and is excited to begin building relationships with each team member in reaching that goal. Sincerely, HENSEL PHELPS CONSTRUCTION CO. 512.834.9848 1.„ilk, _ BRADLEY D.WINANS vRDistrict Manager/VP N bwinans@henselphelps.com Hensel Phelps • e 8326 Cross Park Drive,Austin,Texas 78754 01 \ , -,... . . v .0 -.......... . .., . ..--- . . _ 0 . ,x ----, , . --F...., _ , 7, . ,......_.L. 0 .....:..., ,,......,,.--..., —. — '4, T 1 • ,/ t*I At!V /7 re is" irr, Ire., , k _ _ / 4_ •..... • I ''V\ V!". 6.11 •if s.,, ” , ...• t 1 4 N, ..„„,••••••••.••••. 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Proposed Plan, Schedule 8- Quality Control 61 : • • 7 Ability to Meet Project Schedule 73 • •• : ......... .•••••••••••••••••••••••••••••i•••••.......•••••••OOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO••••••••••••OOOOOOOOOOO•••••••OOOOO••••••••••••OOOOOOOO•••OOOOO•••••OO : . • Round Library AUTHOR Jensel Phel s TITLE Tab • c• Questionnaire �.¢'-v �.__.. -�w-_,.. ... -c-^ _-••«, -..�`�.�'`_�.r�'`e``��._�... .._�_r..piaa=.w-_�a..v...,__�...a.>>�...a.:"� ...�.....`.._.�...a....,�..x��"S,�a`��.�::...�3..�"`���� ..a._..�.r_.......''."'i�l �.._-';�.atiR`v-'v"..� DATE DUE BORROWER'S NAME NOV2020 DEC2020 FEB 4021 e ore l cu MARas pc, z e a ..•ouread, 6 6 iiiii L e rnor "-- ' thingse more ----- -f--- -- --• L. know.• e more th yo e e . ces „,,,:,,,, learn, mor y 9, ou o. ---''' e , 1 uss I" r , k , t. ? .‘. i , ,•nN Y �y �rr. - ••' ........., ILL At —7.,..... • . .1 p. ,------ -'r7 .,,, 8 _ ti, -- -, --: ...,., i'' --- . 4 Ader f Li' C., ''' lr VII! , f•°..• -.1‘, , N L'-' 11°, I ,,e 1 ti ' •Ni:-!' ..rw:::<;•"' 1 .. °. 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Austin,Texas 78754 bii ' *I 1.3 Office Contact Information: Telephone Number: 512.834.9848 Facsimile Number; 512.834.9844 dlit ..11 83 yRS 1.4 Form of Business Organization: ri Partnership 1.5 Year Founded: 111 IN BUSINESS 1937 1.6 Primary Contact: `--, Bradley D.Winans e I i District Manager/Vice President Million 1 . • I • bwinans@henselphelps.com i • I , 1 SF 512.834.9848 BUILT IN ROUND ROCK, TX - • - ,, --....--- - 1 4 _ (°., -L-- -) 85 % . ., 7:7-7:717----.7---::fi -- . .i...1 ,' - iipir-An ,,,,,- ... I 1 .--r---2, _-- - 1 /......____,........................1... 4' REPEAT CLIENTS -,-----wtogg- 1 Initi --,_,' '- - -- .' -- 1:11,1111 _.... ________ . al .......mi...:„....._ _ OC) 0 450 , . - . • —- ::,.'-: .4- ,_ _ - , ,' - ,.- '.' --' ' '''''.-111-10C1c '''-111-1-4--- :-_-_'.-- '..t..4742111,71...siami, EMPLOYEES IN 49111111 VI „, A -_..--- *ICI n jot, .....Lps1/44 - . , __----- ______._............._......._ SOUTHWEST DISTRICT 'City of Au : V" :::kkitit-4.-,... rat Pu i ' '•rory _.._ .. Basic Information 9 Round Rock Public Library w \ n M1.. , ,. 1 4 fr' . ' i , IC ,,, :411411!_k-q ‘ ' tillii--i. ' 11 - '4111-, ' . . iii , 1 . , „..,,, i: , „ , ,.. , *3.. a., ,..- . T1CA:1 'LI i i.,'1,12k - i : .. .1 t :. ' . 11 1:,“11...-AL ......, . N '.: I ej..1 � Li j1}I 2 . 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Not Applicable. 17 0 2.5 If your organization is a partnership, answer Female o the following:2 C (a) Date of Organization: 1/1/2016 (converted from Corporation) Asian/ General Partnership Type of Partnership: East Asian (c) Names of all General Partners: Hensel Phelps Parent 1, Inc. a Hensel Phelps Parent 2, Inc. 2.8 Is your organization authorized to do business in Texas? 2019 Construction Industry Averages: Hispanic: Hensel Phelps is authorized to do business in the 30.4%, Female: 10.3%, Asian: 1.9%,Black: 6.4% state of Texas. 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The projects listed below are currently in progress in 4 which will be Hensel Phelps' Southwest District office located in Austin,Texas, � i' supporting the Round Rock Public Library project. ,,,7;-,. .----t ;, ,.i `. £ El Owner.-1---1,, sl g T.,:', %10 ---, . _,,,„. ,: , { , ';kI Diana Zuniga 602 7th St. Partners Investors Alliance,Inc. III < Austin,Texas 512.413.7419crdw Architect: Size Services Todd Kaiser, Barnes Gromatzky 253,000 SF General Contractor Kosarek Architects 1541.476.7133 Procurement Method Construction Schedule Contract Amount Negotiated Start Date: 10.30.2019 $38,500,000 Estimated Completion Date: 6.30.2021 Owner: Size Federal Steven Andersen,Houston Airport 360,000 SF Systems 1917.767.1161 Inspection Procurement Method n303services Architect: Best Value Jack Cook,Fentress Architects ' i ''0 Renovation .282.6169 Services . _ frExpansionGeneral Contractor Contract Amount City of Houston $325,000,000 Construction Schedule Houston,Texas Start Date: 12.19.2018 Estimated Completion Date: 12.31.2024 • Round Rock Public Library Experience 11 Owner.• Size KellyCampbell,C1 of Lubbock 219 669 SF LP_ I tY , A 806.775.3131 F Procurement Method - t Architect:�-� Qualifications- based selection "4L Mark Wilcer,RS&H Corporate -0 �� t -- 312.526.5027 1.-___, Services l : -' • t--- - , ' �� - :, General Contractor fi --..„ - ,_,,- , - - Contract Amount onstruction Schedule 000o CCityof Lubbock36,90 , Lubbock,Texas Start Date: 5.1.2019 6.1.2021Estimated Completion Dt :a e •••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••• Size N- eat � Owner: John Russell,Texas Tech University 40,562 SF System I 806.742.2116 _ a , _ ,,, _, ,-„,,,_ - -,_ - Cl 7:> L _ , --,_ Procurement Method }t�: _ Architect: Best Value 1?-"-'� 0� Jenny Kramer-McPhail,BRW Architects t � k EF E � 214.528.8704 �r - � _ �-,r-*..:{- Services .:. •`► t� ��.r^;�E.;-::_ �-�... t�� .a,.�.� -» � •a,a 'C:ice _ General Contractor ,_- Contract Amount Texas Tech $14,700,000 Co s n truction Schedule YYUnlverslt S stem . Start Date:3.17.2020 El Paso, CompletionTexas Estimated Date: 5.31.2021 . if •••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••• 4 - -- Owner. Size �a :- _ E-. .-_�__ t F _ RodneyMoss,Hunt Development Group430,000 SF 972.868.5783 , , , ,,, ', _li , ', -1 t �F Procurement Method , _ Architect. Qualifications-based selection a \ ' a i= r5 s- Edward Muth,Gensler-Austin 4i a,. ;,Ir I..,.iI __--�-. y f' -. _, ., 512.8678138d Services ,- ,,, ®, ® F f- General Contractor ' � s c -� Fes- 2 r r.a . :._ �� , Contract Amount Travis Courthouse $265,000,000 Construction Schedule Development Partners Start Date:4.11.2019 Estimated Completion Date: 11.1.2022 Austin,Texas •••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••• T - Size t-t i - t1;-_ - Owner. The Universityof TexasJim Shackelford, 295,000 SF ti � � �_�� ��T�;� F / �. s, -i: z.,1 at Austin I 512.475.6504 • ,,, - Stadi_f. - - '-:: -4 - t;-, Procurement Method it ♦ce: F�,p Architect: Best Value .. -: End' .r* -. End Z. ' 1/4:_T = Sherri Privitera Populous Cor orate r_ r Services r �-� ,- �If� i .." `.0 • ditto � " General Contractor fContract Amount The Universityo $152,000,000 Construction Schedule Texas at Austin Start Date:4.2.2019 Austen Texas Estimated Completion Date:7.28.2021 Round Rock Public Library Experience 12 , owner. • Size :nit- s ti A Mines Tony Davit,United Airlines,Inc. 422 070 SF 281.553.8588 Fmal Procurement Metho d az , _:�aggage Architect GMP/Fast Track , r"""Tr. -- Michael Lloyd PGAL Cor orate itril LHandhn' 713.968.9302_ Services 0--- -' Syste ..:. General Contractor Contract Amount United Ai i es $68,000,000 Construction Schedule 1-Houston Texas Start Date:7.1.2019 Estimated Completion Date: 12.31.2022 •••••••••••••••••••••••••••••♦•••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••• owner.: Size _ .__ ..„, , A 'A Norvell Brown,GSA-Region 7 5000 SF , - , _ _ 817.978.3150 .;f• gib -' ,, I.: , _ , _, j = Procurement Method , . - ..- Architect Best Value xz i �' .. "t r _.... A,�' Waylon Sodd Jacobs-San Antonio �rR !'^ i f- '. .- '- r �� ,_ E �u , a. 210.494.0088 Services --- General Contractor ------- Contract Amount General Services S9,31Z000 Construction Schedule Administration Start Date:3.4.2019 Austin Texas Estimated Completion Date: 12.7.2021 ••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••a••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••• . - Owner: Size - , t� , _ _ - Ramon Macias III,USACE-Fort Worth 568,918 SF -, 682.715.6276 c------ '' '--,- ri,---,-,_\:-- ,. Method Procurement „„ ,* . a # , , 13Architect Best Value \,- C _ ' : �: Tom Mayer Jacobs-Fort Worth -, dirm ':: I • '4 � :•E_:F 214.583.8598I; f. E E,•., , - a Services f General Contractor .n. I :�:.yr.±ti. � 4 �-: �'� f;M a.i.,.�,��- .':>`.�;�r'`Y�`�� i- .: . - t_. 1 r Amount .�. '��� es, cY ,1a�•� �-_ E�-- ��,,,i" ' Contract'i'R��` �„�,�.!w.w \mow .a $206,487,003 Construction Schedule United States ArmyCorps Start Date: 10.22.2018 Date: 1.22.2022 -Fort Worth Estimated Completionof Engineers Fort Worth,Texas ••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••♦••••••••••••••♦••••••••••••♦••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••• ::. -i �iii Owner. ��.t- � ? C'_. 1 ''���'.'�c,-� •_ _ - '~ Javier Dominguez,El Paso Water Utility53 567 SF 915.258.9377 w, � � i. ate.-.. _-_,, \,i;� tic w �_ E-vw \-3s" Procurement Method t�d � Architect:gil � Hard Bid 1 0,--. L _1-,_h Jorge Mora,Mijares-Mora Architects 'e s • 915 542 1591 - m Services ...„ �"a General Contractor Contract Amount El Paso Water Utility • Texas $19,300,000 Construction Schedule El Paso Start Date:7.15.2020 Estimated Completion Date: 1.6.2022 Round Rock Public LibraryExperience 13 13,2 PA SR O JECT !1ST 4) )10, ,, iiitorm,":, ,, If diii IF 41401 if .\.1 1 IA \O . "Nitii. ‘s.„k4,\ \ No �M,chael CrrM1fon 3.2 Attach a list of major projects (particularly -`11 FR r any facilities related to this project) constructed . . ` byyour organization over the preceding five- ' ' *` - 1 0 earperiod. "' _ � Y In the following pages, we have attached detailed = a .,-.! ' . information on a few of the major projects completed r ` `� bythe Southwest District of Hensel Phelps within the '` -‘-'''..4" \: . : .), last five years. - 8 c3 ,, :111141111111"-'11111: :' '4 ROUND ROCK - "The is increóible," progress Kalahari. owner To6 Nelson said_. "I'm so proud of our guys." "The11 g challenge has been the weather, Nelson said. "But ourgeneral contractor has kept us on schedule. They've fought through it all." Community Impact Newspaper June 5, 2019 Y _C p N- ,....,* . „. ,,-,--....- ,, , e-- - . At -, .....7 ,..-., ..„,„, _ YI r . ..';'-', ,.. ',.....' 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City of Austin li , • iNew Centra . ,- io .„•_ .,,,,,,, , . ,, , ,,, _. 0--- , , ---, , , , Library i !goo ..„... ., . ,L, - , -.,, Y. y_ ar ing Garage '),- -,, - . s 4-. _ -,,--..., .. i ,i, I ii . -,,,,_ „ . ---., i !iv / ril — A. -y�. -:*:.'f'lliii i , .z. *1- itr---4-3;71;_1111 II, - - til a 'r it _ 1!1 ` • � �uivallb-r. #t .� +.� -R•'� �.. s 7 # tiNrrit.';; III6-4,-. . . _, 4,,,,,„„, . . - -,-,-- .. ,, .. , . , „ . ..._, ..,7.4..,;‘, ,_:, ' - ,.. -,, .1,..,, ;toiiv'''..., -, - ---;--* „ .3. 1,,,,,, � + -1, --- , - ,-.0_,„,,, ..,...r ,.; Client Budget Project Manager&Superintendent City of Austin Original: $65,000,000 Project Manager:Asheesh Baja) Final: $124,000,000 Superintendent:Gerald Herzin• Location Austin,Texas Construction Schedule General Nature Start Date: 06.13.2013 Along the banks of Shoal Creek,the Procurement Method Original Completion Date: 07.16.2017 eight-story,198,000-square-foot Best Value Actual Completion Date: 9.1.2017 building is Austin's largest-ever publi Construction Duration: 1,541 days library.Atop a two-story,200+ca Services underground garage sits the iconic-; General Contractor Owner building,which is defined by a daylight .; City of Austin,Public Works Department filled,six-story atrium wrapped by book' Contract Amount Jose Ibarra,Project Manager collections and event space.Distinctive; $124,000,000 512.974.7195 elements include a series of reading jose.ibarra@austintexas.gov porches that overlook Shoal Creek s Size and Lady Bird Lake,a quiet reading:_ 275,000 SF Architect room,a cafe, and a"Recycled Reads" Lake Flato Architects bookstore.A 350-seat special events Johnathan Smith,Associate center supports the city's emergin• 211.79. 303 culture.and arts progra Round Rock Public Library Experience 15 ,_,. �, :. ,,..��: _�_,tea ,�,._;� � �fr _ ilk Ask,, ,, ,,,,,..„....,..,%.,:sk...,-, „oil. ._,.. ,,. . .. 1, . k 1 1 ��( >� . . w .. 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'C.,--* 1/4, '''',:-.7-.::: -— *,,,,, - 3_4_,',_ ''' ' '-'''''''''''-- 1 1' at,' V(' ,r - los.-*,---,,_,,,,„iv-0,' it ., , 41, ' ii• Client Budget Project Manager&Superintendent The University of Texas System Original:$201,000,000 Project Manager:Kirby Kuntz Final:$246,684,082 Superintendent:William Wilson Location Austin,Texas Construction Schedule General Nature Start Date: 04.07.2014 The highly anticipated Engineering Procurement Method Original Completion Date: 07.15.2015 Education and Research Center(EERC Best Value Actual Completion Date: 07.11.2017 dramatically improves the Cockrell _ Construction Duration: 1,191 days School's largest department-Electrical x==r.-R' Services and Computer Engineering.Providing General Contractor Owner transparent and flexible lab space for:_:, The University of Texas at Austin interdisciplinary teaching,research Contract Amount Jim Shackelford,Director and student projects,the EERC $246,684,082 512.475.6504 accommodates 430,000 GSF for the jshackelford@austin.utexas.edu brightest minds on campus.Through;; Size hands-on projects that are capable `., { 498,577 SF Architect in this building,the students and Jacobs researchers learning about problem- Kenny Houghton,Sr.Project Manager solving and engineering design are 512.439.9230 transforming education. . 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Round Rock,Texas Construction Schedule General Nature - -:v; Y> Start Date: 6.9.2017 Connected to the Kalahari Resorts is Procurement Method Original Completion Date: 5.16.2018 a$50 million,206,587 SF convention Best Value Actual Completion Date: 5.16.2018 center to house various business and: Construction Duration: 341 days event needs,Owned by the City of Services Round Rock,the convention center wi: General Contractor Owner's Rep include two large ballrooms,dozens Kalahari Resorts Er Convention of meeting rooms,multiple hospitality Contract Amount Todd Nelson,President suites,a dedicated loading dock,large $50,303,017 608.254.3750 grade-level access to the main exhibit, ___ tnelson@kalahariresorts.com facility,exhibition and common area Size At 41,000 SF,the convention center;'$, 206,587 SF Architect ballroom is the largest single ballroom HKS-Dallas in the state of Texas. Richard Johnston,Principal 214.969.3031 '' Experience 17 Round Rock Public Library ... ....... a :-.... . ,-4.27,,,-,1:-- ..v.a. a r I I) H H 1' A I... _, ,_ ,--1 ' r, c, , , ,- „. e' --�, - a '111 ri t711 R:' la ' ' . '''' -t-.1 in Ei a II 71 U ,, ,tia," . - t, - ',sr"'i \ ,;-;-- - ,-'---- - ,-, 1 i'LV '\'?'. W r:r -1-... . .-!• A / ,,,, ,,4, ' ill i ,,;,:i ,---] 7-1 — _ -,,, , --' ,„ „,—.:,,,,,_ 440, LH w Ell 1 ' * ' ' ; ' ,- `' - ' '' .j m a -_-_-i 7--1 * .jck) ^ -- --- , ,,-,- • , A. ifif 1i_ ;4", ,,'''', ---4: - ' , 4.4),)A, SI )!. .. a ram ;'' ! ., . _ -- -•+.----et -a ,u,.<r+ '1))„'N-'I-4,,1,,,'4,,r,.4'v,4---:"4'-1..2-_-"'---4--_,-,, .,,t-t i- `, ' '''.fir -.�'"mz'' 'RZ.-s 3§.a ,_ 3�3 `��- ., 1- ,,-:-------„-,-...—,i,. a ti.'�.-. �� �� - � - � � - ��. - - -:� i..Nam° S:J. - ''''',1*:- S� - � ram..,, _yam . 4 rs �'' $i _ a-''' ''"-, .' \\\ la a Yi . ,--„.,„,. .,,,, ,,,, _. Hotel & ti �_, l & ,,,,,,,, F gl Water Park, ill _, , , 414-4...:, ' ,1 V,. 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'. ...s e. 4114 �,_*if . +, .. - = ate° 1 R .R ��"-`' _*" . n`" ±R g j t - • ,.y. �'"' � - -- 1�' _:�1�! �s .yam"� �. ra � S` 41- Its400( ' e R ELF t Y _ _ _ ♦, -*' y` , a Oil I It 1 w , ..... .:$41,41P91-- - -. . - .: • . °Rd . .... \-01 --- ... . , -— - Client Budget Project Manager&Superintendent Kalahari Resorts&Conventions Original: $335,000,000 Project Manager: Joe Sanders u_3 Final: $335,000,000 Superintendent: Cody Adams Location R E 7 Round Rock,Texas Construction Schedule General Nature __ Start Date: 5.16.2018 The Kalahari Resort is located on 152 Procurement Method Original Completion Date:11.1.2020 acres of an overall 355-acre site.The Best Value Actual Completion Date: 11.3.2020 project,which is located just 15 miles Construction Duration: 902 days north of Austin in Round Rock,Texas, Y Services is for the construction of a full-service General Contractor Owner vacation destination embracing the Y Kalahari Resorts Er Convention magic of Africa.The resort includes an Contract Amount Todd Nelson,President 11-story hotel with 975 guest rooms, $335,000,000 608.254.3750 outdoor pools,a 223,000 SF indoor water tnelson@kalahariresorts.com park-which is America's largest indoor Size water park.The resort includes 10,000 SF _' 1,250,364 SF Architect of retail space,a salon and spa,multiple NKS-Dallas restaurants and beverage locations and__ Richard Johnston,Principal 4,000 surface parking spaces,and on 214.969.3031 site public improvements.. 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I WTI ! ! !, I ,,_ - _ ______...........,--,._ - -- °T R k� - ' „.......___Aj • - 7---r----- ----- ' _ .--' :' ,,Z,Ii...i , V:::. ,_ ga -...I' -,...i..1.,' .,441.-. a ;--..i ,.-4e.::„Alko;- .-, .. 1 • x. o Client Budget Project Manager&Superintendent City of Austin Original: $276,000,000 Project Manager:Joe Sanders Final: $295,000,000 Superintendent:Scott Sansom Location Austin,Texas Construction Schedule General Nature Start Date: 11.16.2015 The terminal expansion component Procurement Method Original Completion Date:7.1.2019 offers passengers a 50-foot wider Best Value Actual Completion Date:7.10.2020 concourse with higher ceilings to allow Construction Duration: 1,698 days for more circulation and natural light.It Services also includes 70,000 square feet(a 23 General Contractor Owner percent increase)of new hold-room City of Austin spaces,new concessions,and an east Contract Amount Shane Habinson,Assistant Director terrace observation deck—which is $295,000,000 512.530.6652 an outdoor patio space that allows shane.harbinson@austintexas.gov passengers to step outside and have Size a front-row seat to the runway.The 178,000 SF Architect expansion project also provided ticket Gensler-Austin lift and gate podiums,signage,support David Lynch,Senior Associate space,restroom facilities,mechanical 512.867.8100 systems,and security systems. Experience 19 Round Rock Public Library i 11'' 1.-34A.I''::?-.41Z‘k4tit!--,*, --,:, ,. .,,,_ -, , --1 i',1%;-,a-.1;.*-tV----** -i---: ., I,, 4.1,...., ." - ,. ,,, itt,-.. -t lel 1 i--..' 11 s --,*--&:'—""1-")-"*"+".'.'"*".N, -------'' '°-'' I ‘,.61:, , ,_ ..-,'''---**. 1 :fi77,:r*i‘41ii4:- . _...,-- ,- d k�� > �. _: :„ , :rao S... yam. -,- _,_,„, ,74.10%.,;1: ittr" t r F Austin— t _,,,, xBergstrom tp, _ - ,,,,,„„,.. „., 4<.l.. i ,f : I i i i , - -- , ., International .:„..,,,,,„„,„ ........„„,„..,,, ,,, -, ie. ,-,,,, , -',_77*-- . } w Airport il A f I till*i ' i . ,. ., .,-- s .. Terminali -\\1 f. II.- i1,-4, _ '� y Irihllill , ,,,,,,, ,,,. .„. , T7., 1 - - ' '' -,.' 1 • . L* . 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'.. :71 111110.4 . : II * J1.4:41 *41011.1° ' iiill- I Egli -01-7:A 1 i -it , ...." . i ----- ipr-I I 1 ,,—.... -- ,:,__,,77,- fill i I s'''''I '''_NFIIIII - I.',,,„.-'.iiii 1 „min 67: • ill 40' A - i. 1 , s Client Budget Project Manager&Superintendent City of Austin Original: $49,393,581 Project Manager:Mathew Silver;' Final:$68,601,050 Superintendent:Scott Sansom Location _.Y e Austin,Texas Construction Schedule General Nature Start Date: 9.20.2013 The ABIA Terminal East Infill Pr6jec s Procurement Method Original Completion Date: 5.31.2015 was designed to enhance the passe - Design/Build Actual Completion Date: 3.22.2016 experience by expanding passenge€ Construction Duration: 914 days processing capabilities for ticketing, Services customs,baggage handling,and adding 4 General Contractor Owner a new passenger security screening City of Austin checkpoint accommodating up to 10 Contract Amount Burton Jones,Project Manager new lanes.This project added 56,000 $68,601,050 512.974.7278 square feet to the terminal,reshaping , ; burton.jones@austintexas.gov the entrance to the airport with a multi- : Size story,windowed and colorful terminal 87,353 SF Architect adjacent to much of the pedestrian area Page/ of the airport. Paul Bielamowicz,Principal 512.472.6721 Round Rock Public Library Experience 20 v t*, ' _,,„ 3 z R 3 n !IN '- .7 i.:e4-''.7.-.' s'_ 7 _1 —:,,,_ _,,_,,_,,, filkii414'14.11 -1'' i PR ny,,,a3 ' A � T',i,i,fay,,,, „ �.�.-.._._.._n�� ' - -,,,-',:,:, t:,'..-.'2:-t!'t.:.---:-4-:?:-;:':,,.%: •'!!:.'.'..]:::',.,;!:;,,.;:v.:4*Z-,',14.-,A,-;,:',r! ' ..------ — - ---7.....„.01,,,,,,::i-lis,„1/4:7:-T,,,,-...,,,,,,,_ illiik, ,iii Aimiriii, \ 1, ,..- ,,,-,--,,,-4,:,1-;-4,,;--:,-;-:- -E--,t,-WeiA"f-.;J:Wit - rgn-:,,i,`-'=-'_'-!Z-;--,-:: ,--A-f,,, ' -4f.,,,,,::-,=-i------ --,-- -,-- ---------- - ----- . \ , .„..:,.,,, \ . , iim gni : to , _ eMedical „ . " ._,.... i i ' -. - --- -- - - --6-- ' -i.---,,,; - -7 1:A4;1-*Vr-Ks.: 1 - ,,----,--,,,,,,,si- ,, , .),9,..j.,,-,i7-:::,)-z-'-'---------- i • IIII '- " " gi) 1 .It. N.D! I U ,:1 ' -;-;';:::::.;'''-''' ';'-;:--'4:4-- S i' ..#t,: NI JO t H 11 ,,,,, --:,,,:-:„.,:,,,,,i,„„,,,,..„,.„,,,,,,,,,,,,-:,;,,:,.,,-0.„--,,,,, \-/.,:,::t,,i,,,,'31::-:: ::5:-::'.-.:,,,,:ki,l,v 4';,-,---,:;11,-,'1--''''`'----'--''--. , . . e , ,_,,,, ! ,,,.,_.,-,-,,,---..----.--,,::=-_ ,, ,c: '4 ,,,,--,--n'.,:,, ,Ci:',:i:, , ,,a,,17.0-.2.,7-.:7-'' / '':t *7-'''''''.''-:::'-':2;--4' --1 '' ir I 1 I - ''''-- , _ .,,...... --'''''' ! ,! • �, - .R .-mac, ..,ipA..w� \ R . tY. 11—0,44,4****— '''''' 7— S'ArA‘-;:.!"% . _ ,.. r '':''''- r -.1 1 1 ri iii 04itt ,, ret plik, is - y Client Budget Project Manager&Superintendent The University of Texas System Original: $224,948,989 Project Manager: Erik LaRue Final: $255,236,047 Superintendent:William Wilson Location Austin,Texas Construction Schedule General Nature Start Date: 12.3.2013 Hensel Phelps performed as Procurement Method Original Completion Date: 5.31.2016 Construction Manager-at-Risk for z;_`,.. Best Value Actual Completion Date: 11.3.2017 this project.The site is located in the , Construction Duration: 1,431 days new Dell Medical School District that T' Services encompasses a 40-acre site.Stage A r=3 General Contractor Owner includes all site preparation and utility.,:- The University of Texas at Austin infrastructure work for the entire Contract Amount Jim Shackelford,AIA,Director campus.Stage B is the construction` $255,236,047 512.475.6504 of a new 260,000 SF, 8-story medical jshackelford@austin.utexas.edu research building,which includes a--V Size vivarium and imaging suite.Stage CA is^;^ 725,000 SF Architect the construction of a new 240,000 S Page/-Dallas medical office building(MOB) and a Brian Roeder,Principal 1,200 space parking gara•e_,. 512.472.672 Round Rock Public Library Experience 21 3.3 List the categories of work that your project is for Hensel Phelps to self-perform the concrete organization normally performs with its own superstructure. On Bid Day, should the numbers present forces. On this project, do you propose to do any the best value to the city, it is our intent to self-perform work with your own forces? If so, please describe this scope under the direction of Superintendents what work youplan to self erform. William Wilson and Daren Mieles. Should Hensel Phelps p p not provide the best value to self-perform the concrete Hensel Phelps employs more than 1,200 craft personnel nationwide. Our self-work typically comprises 20-25% of superstructure, our management team is amenable yp and capable of directing a concrete trade partner to the total project scope, and our ability to self-perform is an added assurance that the project will be completed complete this scope. on schedule and within budget. Hensel Phelps has the expertise to self-perform the following trades: 3.4 List any subcontractors in which your p - Placeorganization has some ownership and list the Structural Excavation and Fill; Concrete Form, and Finish; Masonry; Precast Erection; Carpentry — categories of work those subcontractors normally Rough and Finish; Doors and Hardware; Building perform. Protection Measures and Specialties Installation. Our Hensel Phelps does not have any ownership interest in preferred approach for the Round Rock Public Library any subcontractor firm. _. ,. 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I_-� ':-# moo,..'`"` .. l "� ,.1t4,-,4 , --x'07-,-0,7„7:t--a--,-tv,,,------- :-..,,7,-,-----,-, r �' 5 .i,, ,, ,4 -,...te.: iii.-,:;--ir (low - - . _ - f„,,,-,, .,, -,,' ,,. , f ,p, „...-4. . ,4 P , t ' , -- , , lilt 1, -, r, t ; sit t ,,� tpy1‘,1 eily i 13-- A ' - .�i"�"`"a""r"t"' _..��\fie � �' � y �' r..X. a ,...-,„ ,A.i,>':-.,i'_- --,i,-;_,.4-!- ,- - - . ,- OUR NO. I ` PRIORiTY ... f -1 ....A , __, _ , „,-,-,i, , ----A - _, i ,,, ,„. „-r, ,,__ _ , ,,__ _ ... ,,,,.. „., ,,,,, , ----,----- ---_ ,- .,„,,_ , -,,-*7,,,„-:---7,;, --',:tf;,- -t- t4',,'z---;,--:,--g---,:,• ,----1T-, t-',--',-,'-,,-4-?-1-1-''''' gg WTI & \ 3 -;1 .. ..,„.,, �_ .,..._-.._Y.a_....�r�....�_......,a`__..,�.,.�...u�.,,-J....��._:....�..i..-�-:.,>�_._.-tee,.__..__.."... - Largest Indoor Water Park in the World at Kalahari Resort in Round Rock, TX Round Rock Public Library Experience 22 6 PROJECTS CONsTRucTFD INsiDE AusTiN RouND ROCK 0 a) 0 a The Catcher in the Rye -JD. Salinaer 3.6 List up to ten projects of like size, scope and complexity your organization has performed, if any, inside the Austin-Round Rock MSA and date those projects were completed. Hensel Phelps has completed multiple projects within the Austin-Round Rock MSA and have listed those projects in the following pages. , Round 4 i �f r1 !! ___ v_ Education Center f - ' I' '''''' '.1 ' 1E"' "4---"I ' II "" 1 ' t1i! t 4_ it i',* i f Location: Round Rock, TX iiirk` t __ r . Size: Cost: $24,050,375 Completion Date: 08.24.2005 ,r Round R „, _ ter . Stadium (.. _ .+.�. . . . � CenterComplex� .. .., ...__ • :__..- • ---- i __ , • - - - i .. ... • .__ i . ___________. ,: — .____- ...„. ,......_ , . -- 4, - . Location: Round Rock, TX �' Size: 11,000 SF ti + 'ate Cost: $15,267,044 •`_,i ,„ f. , . .4,4,...-- ,.. Completion Date: 04.01.2000 „,.. , -NV, 11''''' \.., ,.,:!'' „,',, "..:''' --!1 1 . '4444$7'''1- -:: IMMIIII.ib.'t": City of A . . __,,,,,..„,. ,_ Central , - . ,leis.r.:-...... - 'a' , II, • : 01: Ai . f :71 : .0 ".�` , 1 r _ , . , ,-.:-a flu, „ - l Location: Austin TX ' g Size: 275,000 SF \%k "� �- -� r�-���'arl Cost: 123 903 211 Com letion Date: 09.01.2017 . • g p x ç:: : . 4 Round Rock Public library Experience 26 ,, , - AustinCity f ,, ,,,,,,,,,,,„7„:„,-, `£ ,,, , ter.:.h�.� - ., _, Public Plaza ,,si, k_ ,,,„ I.T .,(,.,A,‘4I.,1:, µi-ti w `— ' Location. Austin, TX ' _ Size: 115,000 SF ...;t,.i'i.1-''',"i.'41'''t:-.i.•''''.,.i ii-•--l-0:1l1 i:a-.:1:.;='•-, "'O Ii::: i'rliiI.g:„"-',4t il.•j'k,.• -':...4 r Ry, u°``-� Cost: $33,957,848 r ', - - Completion Date: 11.05.2004 z£: i rr .ram rt. .FRound ......„ ^� ; } � � - TA a� :,,„ ,., _. -*: ' ---:'7!-* likii 1 Convention Center ..... A wI ,:i , ,.._ ,, ...0 _ -gip Pr'-' I ''Ll I- Location: Round Rock, TX �. .�, -ikt_4",. ;:-.,- i i' - ,,, , 1 1 Size: 206,587 SF Cost: $50,303,017 Completion Date: 11.01.2020 ,,,,,..‘%---;.-:,-,,,,,,--. , ,.. . 11._.:„.4.: - t,,, fl 1 - kki „..._.., . . .„,, ; ,_„. ... -. .- f•--„, ,i 6-- 17-' - 4-tk : . '1'... ',- Kalahari Water . _ ,---, „ , _ • ,\;7 , , ,. , A , , _ , . . r_ _ , . , ,, _ . .., i i u -, 7--, '.,..,,::!. .4%. *''' k ..' '*. ,.-..... 01,.Wig'_,..a �, .� ir '��� tea �''� �.' e � 3�� n. Location. Round Rock, TX I'r t _ s� 8;)1€��'44 *". Size: 1,250,364 SF . _ �' ` Cost: $335 000 000 . - Completion Date: 11.03.2020 z.................„7::, `...., Applied ,, , , , - `may. , imptWeilnessCenter .. ' i " ,,,, � Austin, TX „.„ ..,.. ..,„ , .....„.......„ 1 . . -;,---_,. ,:, ,: g.; Location. Size: 9,000 SF Cost: $2,440,000 a Completion Date: 05.15.2019 Round Rock Public Library Experience 27 .,,,...... - \. Samsung Fab2 , ,,, .. , Office Expansion , , ......_ A , _ ....= ! ....,..,, !,..,..,... . I , , • _ . Location: Austin, TX --- Size: 15 ,0000 SF1_,..7, • - —it\ - 1 k, • sulimil Completion Date: Cost: $42,0006:0110.2017 i 1 ----,_,-,-------, , (--; ,....— .„ Whole Food.,_ . .._ arket ' r ...„,, ''''"'ill 01 rlAilter: a" It c . World Headquarters — . — . - r 1 - 4 ' ';',-4 . it --.. w ' ;;;- Location 4o7n:6,000SF Austin TX Size: Cost: $4O,4 $40,485,500 \A i Completion Date: 03.01.2005 -,00- --, ,. __, _--,-.,,,:_z--,:,'-.--, _ Dell Pediatric , ..- , , . . ... _ 1.._, II. li Research Institute Location:0,o i5 Austin,o os F TX Size: ........................____— Completion Cost: D$6a8t1e3: 12.0 3716334.2008 Round Rock Public Library Experience 28 \\\- ,.,,,,,...A ,41 • d „az 4 a 4, elf 4* .:rig' VIP itif s, "...,,,,,, c,, .�t !F thf .y'�I e EXPE 3 7 BIDDERS SA+FI ETY RIENCE 11. AND OSHA 300 LOGS t ^, W U cu � a h. ,\ 0- I. re) W E � al f v / - ' II ‘19 i "yi , /„..> i . „.„.„..4, f.:(7.‘, , . .... ,r, t, icii: t. di...N. / , ell0f* 09 ,I 1�� fl iAti A Ai ifie,-;:-/././..., ii .i)...., c,..., ,„ 4 k,..t\„, , %,...di,k,,,, 1'1'4'1 4 ti „.,... .. ..ar ...0 ,, } "'a.` s 1 i/sl -'''' „.....„-c4, , Jet- vv,d ;---_ _ .-%1 7°.. . 0 '41'. i .r. . . , ..,, ,fh!,, (iff?HSI, , iterle„ Int,. 'Air: "V.:."11.11FP's d''' .' 'I'; 4' ': e;--1'24;7 -14ftd7o,AP4*j41""< ir?' Alb :,....0,., :. _ _ ,_ / i — -,:e- (1",, 1 idor'' e-, 1,,,,, ,, -„,: ft ..,L, ., _ . . �Y -ate �. �� �' e .ar ......„. i a& C L 4 , "1' r Winnie Th' -A.A. • 1, 3.7 Describe your firm's job site safety program and issues. All the data is entered and viewable from portable specific safety policies in which each employee tablet devices for easy and immediate access by all team must be in compliance members. Hensel Phelps' safety philosophy is simple: "No job is so important or urgent that it cannot be performed the Safety Resources safe way." On each project, our goal is ZERO accidents, Our online Safety and Health Manual includes proven and we work hard on all levels of the job to achieve this procedures and policies that have been established by goal. Pre-planning, training, and accountability are key our company's safety professionals and subsequently components of our safety plan, providing us with the applied to our project sites. We will use this manual in ability to anticipate, recognize, and control safety risks conjunction with the contract requirements to establish and to develop a culture of safety both at the jobsite and a Project Safety Management Plan (PSMP) for the Round in daily personnel behavior. Rock Public Library Project. Sam Merrell, CSP, ASP, CHST, will work with the project team to prepare the PSMP. Proven Approach The pre-planning process allows us to anticipate and Another resource that we will utilize is the Predictive prevent safety risks. Our pre-planning tools include Solutions Program on our jobsite tablets for electronic Activity Hazard Analysis (AHA) procedures and Safety collection of safety observations. These hand-held Task Assignment (STA) protocol. Our District Safety devices have proven to be effective and efficient in Director, Sam Merrell, CSP, ASP, CHST, will implement providing the team with valuable information to facilitate comprehensive training for all job site personnel, a safe project work site. enabling us to anticipate, recognize and prevent safety risks. This training will include specific job site Performance Evaluation orientations for all workers, SAFE (Safety Accountability We hold all of our field supervisors individually For Everyone), the Safety Management Tool, and our responsible for implementing and upholding safety Safety Audit procedures to ensure that safety risks are guidelines and procedures at the jobsite. Our district controlled at all times. Our SAFE program provides safety charter is signed by all staff; this charter is daily feedback of safety trends on the job and is a where expectations and incentives are established and communication tool used with the Owner and our documented. subcontractors to proactively address safety trends and \ b ' \.�Y '��v-� � qk t b i L ate , "Our journeyto zero accidents = ^A1Ibk __ _.. ! .,_g --: _ ......... take the commitment from „will ,, _ _ *.' every employee of the Hensel _ _ } f � € familyand our trade,,-,*,.."-,--aE -i . ros���Phelps vA. partnerstocreatea culture �_.- . l ! _ _' ___„:01 of uncompromising safety 0 - -:- z 7V, t � ,_ :: u p J :� , ex ectations. -- ..- , ., �e } t '*! — r:'":-- '- [ 8 v7 f j "`777 t�'+S . .....,..._ , ' .�+r959 tom. „ a. . , ..... ,, Mike Choutka _ President&Chief Executive Officer .. t, _ 3 Y k .y: y t Round Rock Public Library Experience 29 The Periodic Performance Evaluation (PPE) is our COVID-19 formal means of evaluating all employees. Safety is An active safety plan is distributed to all Trade the first criteria considered in the PPE, which is the Partners and others working on site.All contractors main evaluation used to determine raises, bonuses working on site shall be required to incorporate CDC and promotions. All safety courses and education recommendations to prevent COVID-19 transmission certifications required for our employees are maintained into all activity hazard analysis (AHA's) and pre-task safety and tracked in our online 'Learning Management System' planning for all aspects of work. Additionally, COVID- (LMS) database. Each employee has required courses 19 symptoms, precautionary hygiene, and employee that are tracked annually to ensure that knowledge and expectations will be covered in the Site-Specific Safety skills remain current.This information is reviewed during Orientation. our annual employee evaluation process and as part of our Six-Step Safety and Quality Process. 3.7.1 Provide a summary of your OSHA 900/300 togs for the Last three (3) years. Hensel Phelps has included a summary of our OSHA Logs for the last three years in the following pages. - -* ''''''11;.- -Ci;7'". '- 11 WA i ''''' '''' A - \ r-- ,, , , k. ' ' --- - -\''' ' - ' , _ _.._ , • , , R�,' [Hensel __, . , -_-, . = \ ,, _..., ,_ y $ ,......- ..-- trainine . . nd?t - :::.., . .-_-..,-,--4,,_ meticul . , i., ,., _, .*. ,. , ' _ f attention to ensure '� . # , i., ._ , _ . , ,, . t �� andexceedsafety � �standards arehighlyP commended. It is ..; . , i. , a pleasure working . e with H a : it:, k.‘': '--- ' - 1 _ a - ,an appreciate �-E_ 4.. ,,,„ , , r 1 , :,- „: ti�, -„, effortstoensurethe qualityand safety � „, to en to ma e this A / project a success. __., . t Jim Baker, University of Texas Associate Athletic Director Events Operations, UT n Austin DKR Texas Memorial Stadium ..r:.,,,,,, ,. , _,. i ,, 1::„, z,,7:;T,t „,, _ Q ''''''.21.:- .,:t::iiif-', 1 ' .1'''-'-' Round Rock Public Library Experience 30 ` 0SHRs'.'m`.'`.�'"''` ,, '- Su Work=Related Injuries and IllnessesU.S.Department'~` `--��''.`�^ Establishment Information makft sum ywV9 added the ankies fmm evwy page of Me log.Wyou had no cases wft 11w .�`�'—. ^`Phelps Construction Co.`_' -` ''`,..^~~_.~'_'~. Street``.Avenue 0 44 4 ":.-.;,-:-- - ' `� ^` ''. Zip ., oft Mumber of Cases-.- `^-."' `�_`�^ys Total number '-�,�� '~--`.''`_. . -^~'`^ =`~�` `' ' �.'.-.^,.~`_^._'.`^'` . ` . . -..`�'.,``^, lion.`..``~`_- —'''---^'`'' -Num'6�, 0­ ''—``~^``` Total''=' -`'' ' .`^' `^'' —` ''.'.~_ .. dap away . .`` Total hours 86^ 1.898 . year __.- ~�''�"`,�.�v`�''^` Sign hem `'numbw. '-.=.`.'....'`....— . ^ ... ` ' .^^,' . ' ''—, `' .`'. `'`.`—_=_ ^'`'~'�� ~ ' '3 --` ,.°` ' ''Other'~' ' nt A CEO -.`''.' ` ' ' ,_^' ~—~`~....°,'_`-~.~~_.r'~ ` ~ Round Rock Public Library '=-'=e 31 Log of Work-Related Injuries and illnesses Year 2019 Company Name: Hensel Phelps Construction Co. Identify the Person Describe the Case Classify the Case (A) (B) (C) (p) (E) (F) CHECK costoriE scrtous outcome for each case Enter the number Check the"injury"column based ono the the most me for that case: of days the injured or choose one type of Case Employee's name Job title Date of injury Where the event occurred Describe injury or illness,parts of body or lit worker was: illness: no. (e.g Welder) or onset {erg.Loading dock north affected,and object/substance that of illness end) directly injured or made person(IL(e.g. (M) t Second degree burns on right forearm Remained at Work Away On job 8 i 8 S f from acetylene torch) from transferor a. 4 it$ 9 Days away Job transfer Other rewrd- w°6' restriction c .Y •§2 : c• Death from wo s or restr cdon s bla rsses n C d = (G) (H) (I) (J) (K) (L) (1) (2) (3) (4) (5) (C) 201901015 Laborer 1/16 4018167 .Fract wed Icft tin(fitgct Caught iobrnvecn ❑ ❑ ❑ 0 34 ❑ 0 ❑ ❑ ❑ r.mnrir-Fnrhnr.1 rR Fin.rr- trrisl days days month/day 201901020 Foreman 1117 7016122 Laceration to right side of the face-Lamers/ion, El iii ❑ 0 0 51❑ 0 0 ❑ ❑ Right Farr-Matcriil days days month/day �-7 20(901025 Carpenter Foreman 1/25 3018211 A-MurTial nkle Sprain/Strain-Sprain/Strain, -ia,Ankle: ❑ a [11 El0 days 14 51❑ ❑❑ ❑ ❑ days month/day 201901035 Journeyman 1/31 5013117 EE strained right kcocSprais/Strain ltitht Koce; ❑ ❑ 0 0 tdt 0 0 0 El !1nd lv Motion L_l days days month/day 201902005 Foreman 2/27 7017137 Back;Sprain/Svain�p ain/Stnin 13sek Bxk: ❑ ❑ ❑ 0 5 51 0 0 ❑ 0 ❑ ArtdilvMetitut days days month/day 201902010 LABORER 2/22 7017134 Laxratioa to(R)hand,resulting in 10 ❑ ❑ ❑ 0 0 51❑ ❑ ❑ ❑ ❑ stitrhn xcr-I uinn_Right Hand.-Material days days month/day 201902015 OPERATOR 2/27 70I6122 EE sustained neck strain,arm bruise,lcg ❑ ❑ ❑ 0 0 51❑ ❑ ❑ ❑.❑ bruise,irvSnain-Ncc, days days month/day 201903005 LABORER 3/22 3015216 Eo strained kces.SpninJSooin,Right i:nee ❑ El m ❑ 0 18 51❑ ❑ ❑ ❑ ❑ Hcsdily Molina days days month/day • 201903010 field hog/oeor 3/29 3017210 EE fiauurcd right duusb-Fnctutc!tightThumb; ❑ Ell ❑ 0 0 L1 El CI ❑ ❑ CI 1vl.ch:nrt days days Month/day 201903016 Journeyman 3116 30132(1 EE chipped to -racture,Upper T«th-Hold ❑ ❑ 0 0 51 El ❑ ❑ 0 El Tool fNot Pn othrcredF) days days month/day 20(904070 Laborer 4/15 30I8216 Debris EE]eft eyc-Farcign Body(Eye)Left ❑ El ❑ iii 0 0 [❑ ❑ ❑ ❑ ❑ Fvc Mis ter al days days month/day 201904025 Laborer 4/18 7018(44 EE Sustained laceruion from exposed host ❑ ❑ t"'t ❑ 0 11 IN 0 ❑ 0 ❑ ❑ darno-tsmation Ri tar E1.bew•-Matrriol t"I El days days month/day 201904030 Carpenter 4/30 591019 -EE Strained/Hyper Extended El ❑ El El2 L1 0 1❑ ❑ CI DI Km,:-Stars k Stem, ll<<,a II days days month/day 201905005 Field Engineer 5/03 7017134 injury to both heels,jampinj off ladder-Fracture ❑ El ❑ ❑ 37 125 ®❑ 0 ❑ ❑ ❑ Rcxh Foote-Floor fi Gmund days days month/day 201905015 Field Engineer 5/13 6018047 lnflarnation of left ❑ ❑ El CI 114 51 0 I: ❑ ❑ 0 ,}mtrtder-C'rat,ierulCtu.hilimise Irft t__ days days month/day 201905020 Journeyman 5/07 5013118 EE rolled ankle while walking on uneven ❑ El El ❑ 0 8 IR 0 ID ❑ 0 0 round-SnrainrStrai.R.Itt�nkle•-Other days days month/day Round Rock Public Library Experience 32 Log of Work-Related Injuries and Illnesses Year 2019 Company Name: Hensel Phelps Construction Co. Identify the Person Describe the Case Classify the Case CHECK ONLY ONE box for each case (A) (5) (C) (D) (E) (F) based on the soot scrim5 outcome for Enter the number Check the"Injury.column that case: of days the injured or choose one type of Case Employee's name Job title Date of injury Where the event occurred Describo injury or i(lness,parts of body or ill worker was: Illness: no. (e.g Welder) or onset (e.g.Loading dock north affected,and object/substance that of illness end) directly injured or made person ill.(e.g. S o Remained at Work A b (M) ecnd degree burns on right forearm way On jo from acetylene torch) from Has or g Der.7racYr0 71):j:b'triteorn OmerceiTart work re'Vie/on -'-• ec, g‘g 1 1 ..11- (5)) (H) (I) (J) (K) (L) (1) (21 (1) (4) (5) (6) 201906005 Intern 5)17 5018124 =ion to 1,0 palm-,Loft iland;-Hind Tool El 111 0 iii 0 d„. 24 INE1DEID El days month/day 201906010 intern 6/24 8018166 EE strung by insect-.Hand:-Artirruls/Inscas 0 [I] [I] 0 0 - d,. a days El El El El El month/day 201906020 Journeyman 6/28 6018047 ,Q,E'..=4;nsY fr r•IftZ7-='1' [ I D El El . 0 days 180 IN 0 El D El El morth/day 201905025 Journeyman 2/25 6016023 M f.7,7d4Sur,r-717,731:1 -r;IncITC"',ro u„ El El El Ell 0 0 days Di El 0 El El El month/day 201906030 CARPAPPR 6/19 5018113 Torn bicoo-Sorain/Strain.Loft Arn,-Mstc-rial 0 El Ei 0 0 cc.,Ys 180 IR El El D 0 0 ., morth/day 201906035 CARP APPR 6/12 2017116 rr-Eishirt-t'Vet'usji.n.Itgrukft 1,11 ci, CI Ill El El 0 days 0 l El 0 El 0 El month/day 201907005 CARPENTER 7/03 6018047 ,E,EQ.str,aicad,ed left thumb,Lcft Thumb:-Hand Tool 111 El El Eil 0- day 180 N D 0 El 0 El FORFMAN s days month/day 201907010 LABORER 7/03 6017044 Zu=bock-SpraiNStrain.Back EV.; Ell lill El 111 •0 days 76 Iji El El 0 El El days month/day 201907015 Foreman 7)18 6017044 1.77 back strain-Sprain/Saab%Lower Back: iiii 0 0 El 0 - days 18o N El El El El El ., month/day 201909005 CARP APPR 8/08 5018117 IaceraZ:11;,a,uppr lip-Conittoplia Cuts/Bnitse, 0 [I] [I] El 0 days 0 days IN El D D El El month/day 201908010 lawn: 8/09 7019151 .riringcrcfgh.tinbctwoat 7.,,,,,,,,,..:17T:ran& 0 0 [ ] Ei 0 days 7 .,EN El El El El El rnonth/day 25)9030i 5 Laborer 8109 3018216 E Es foot struck by hoist. mairia,nriusiardiCrush.,Bnikr Fart. 0 0 El CI 0 20 [St D El El El 0 days month/day 2019011020 Journeyman 8/22 3018216 F7Ni:cclIci IT,fl=t'''''''''''' El El 1:11 111 0 days 0 .y551000E10 month/day 201909005 Journeyman 9/23 5915090 Rtnitlr,:m.ckx141rdling material-Sprain/Strain, 0 0 0 0 0 days 12 Di 11 El D El El days month/day 201909025 CARPAPPR 9/06 6017044 4;,:it:jet4s),V CEO facco-Con.ions/Cvts/Bruiso. Li 0 Li 0 0 days 180 Di 0 El 0 0 El days month/day 201909030 Operator 9/28 7013149 ,nE„V-Frarfann7c'lli!:117itIn•i'td n's'fil El El El El 0 days 60 Fil El El 0 El El days month/day Round Rock Public Library Experience 33 • Log of Work-Related Injuries and Illnesses Year 2019 Company Name: Hensel Phelps Construction Co. Identify the Person Classify the Case CHECK ONLY ONE box for each case (A) (El) (C) (D) (E) (F) based on the most serious outcome for Enter the number Check the"Injury"column of days tha injured or choose one type of Case Em m ployee's name Job title Date of Injury Where the event occurred Describe injury or illness,parts of body that's' or ill worker was: illness: no. (e.g Welder) or onset (e.g.Loading dock north affected,and object/substance that of illness end) directly injured or made person ill(e.g. (8) 0 Second degree burns on right forearm Remained at Work Away On job 1 1.g 1 ,:1 from acetylene torch) from transfer or , . IT,-H De.th tY„s1= jc:b tTi'sfeT =- 'c.f.' res'''''" i (G) (H) (I) (J) (K) (L) (1) (2) (3) (4) (5) (6) 201910005 Joucxyman 10/08 Em.E,1,t7.ez•bac.Nifting 8.,...,,, [1 Ei 0 0 0 days 0 N LI El El El El • days month/day 201910010 CEM FIN APPR 10/09 6p0R,1.804,6 Hawaii Slate Hos,New DocrirNitis clit=wrist.from cor:;t.:,ictRrot 0 0 [A 0 0 0 El N El El El El days days rnonth/day 201910015 Area Superintendent 10/17 4018161 T7..wizt.rari,7d partial bidcp tcar-SprainiStrUn, n Iiii 0 El 0 30 IR El D El 0 El days_days month/day 201910020 LABORER 10/17 6018052,18 MCON P-601 bLdsg=iftNnte fili-t-V [II 0 -El El [ El El D El El Airrrif, days days month/day 201910025 CARPENTER 10/18 20(9137 riiTivcitaz=----ft El El CI 111 0 days 180 N El El El El El drys month/day 201910030 Journeyman 10/19 6016023 Plywood fell from card griking EE's Right font,far hire R 4,11 Foot,-Malefic! El CI El [ ] 0 days 0 INt 0 El D El El days month/day 201911005 11/19 5018115 EE sustained laceration to R nral from razor D El El El 0 0 [ El El El El 0 wire-Richt Arm:-Material days drys month/day 201911010 11/20 4216023• nElEnf:C=Itte:C7f=rvInn,.... El CI El El 0 days 0 [ El 0 El El El days month/day 201911015 CARPENTER 11/21 7018145 EinnEITaT-kCiltitg_s/rnvth/Bruix Shoulrler El 111 El 0 0 days 83 N El E] 0 0 El days month/day 201912005 12/02 4016144 aeET:agildt7Onct="Cb:17=hx9ZdY El El CI El 10 days 108 IN El El 0 El 0 days • month/day 201912010 OTHER 12/05 rAlripeel en,i_ce and broke right 3.1c-FractInc, 0 El 0 Ei 39 days 45 N LI 0 El El El days month/day 201912015 12/11 2019137 a'ra=5-'3:iy-raVS'engaien=lf l'rliaTkillo, El 111 El 0 0 0 -days-days N El El El 0 El monthlday 201912030 12/13 6018152 ,EEesrsinac,1„lesloc when lo,st balaa=trk n 0 0 0 0 di, 0 days N El El El El 0 montNday 201912025 12/19 EE stained back while lifting a dmic,rtir,Strain Back Flat,-Fern it,c El 111 CI CI 0 days 22 N El El El El El days month/day Round Rock Public Library Experience 34 Log of Work-Related Injuries and Illnesses Year 2019 Company Name: Hensel Phclos Const*uction Co. Identify the Person 9• •- Classify the Case CHECK ONLY ONE box for each case (A) 03) (C) (D) (E) (F) Enter the number Check the"Injury.'column based on the most serious outcome for that e35e: of days the Injured or choose one type of Case Employee's name Job title Date of injury Where the event occurred Describe injury or illness,parts of body or ill worker was: illness: no. (e.g Welder) or onset (e.g.Loading dock north affected,and object/substance that of illness end) directly injured or made person ill.(e.g. Z o Remained at Work (M) i Second degree bums on right forearm Away On job H o o t from acetylene torch) from transfer or z I. a-Z § a o) Days away Jos Sra7sfer other record- work restridion f. 'a c Dcalh from work a restriction a61e uses �u a < (G) (H) (I) (J) (K) (L) (t) (2) (3) (4) (5) (6) Report Totals 0 3 23 20 86 1,893 q.q 10 0 0 1 e t a' a This report was produced with the automatic 180 day cap 1 z 8 a . 6 x (1) (2) (3) (4) (5) (6) • • • Round Rock Public Library Experience 35 OSHA's Form 300A(Rev.0112004) Year 2018 * Summary of Work-Related Injuries and Illnesses U.S.Department of Labor o«apesenel aeedyaiw He lve Admintstratson �.....: -.. ....,'...`:.a...,..S.-,.:.�.-. �. ... ..:,-a.- ....._. - .. <, -.....w..w -, io+M n+r..•rh.ee..•aim+ ..,a t a.,S,yJ.ems.Lc.r.. � p Fenn gprwee o►fe no.1218,176 ACestab0atunent9 dewed byPart 1904 must complete this Summary page,even no Injuries or tenesaes occurred during tM year.Remember to review the Log to verily that the entries are comp'e to Using the Log,count the individual entries you made for each category.Then write the totals below. Establishment information making sure you.added the entries from every page of the log.If you had no cases write'0.' Employees former employees,and Um,rwpresentatives have the right to review Jre OSHA Form 300 in Your establishment neat` Hensel Phelps Construction Co.-Corporate Headquarters Ns entirety.They also have limited acres;to the OSHA Farm 301 or ks equivalent See 29 CFO 1904.35,in OSHA's Reordieeping rub,for further data":on the access provisions for..forms. Street 420 Sixth Avenue Nubr of Cases City Greeley Staie Colorado Zip 80631 industry description(e.g.,M.anufat~ure of motor truck trailers) Total number of Total number of Total number of cases Total number of Construction-General Contractor deaths cases with days wth job transferor other recordable away from work restriction cases Standard Industrial Classification(SIC),if known(e.g.,SIC 3715) 0 1 23 14 1 5 4 2 (G) (H) (I) (J) OR North American industrial Classification(NAICS),if knower(e.g.,336212) 2 3 6 2 2 0 Number of Days Employment information Total number of Total number of days of days away from Job transfer or restriction Annual average number of employees 3560 WlSrir Total hours worked by at employees last 15 1371 year 6.724,372 {K) IL) injury and llMaas Types Sign,here Total number of... Knowingly falsifying this document may result In is fine. (M) (1)Injury 36 (4)Poisoning 0 (2)Skin Disorder 0 (5)Hearing Loss 0 (3)Respiratory I certify that I have eta d this document d that to the best of my knowledge the entries are true,accurate,end eLte. Condition 0 (6)All Other Illnesses 2 President 8 CEO Company ex to Title 970.352.6935 1/31/2019 Post this Summary page from February 1 to April 30 of the year following the year covered by the form Phone Date Pttfo reporting burden for Oa collection d'c<r�natbn is sslirn od b mreraoe Sii rrinutes per rtcponse,incickg line h rorL-w.Ca irsbuol on_each and garish this data ceded,a,m, es and rvi-w the°cita Lion d information.Persons me not requctd to respond to fro cedeclort of hlormation taros It dmpiays a a.orerrl f void 0.ocrdrol number.C you hare any wrom05 about throe estins.or sly a prds of Cie data caeciolo condor US Dent of Labor,0.4 Cnce d Staab.,Foorn,3644,200 Cor.tdu5on Ave,NAY,Washirobb DC 20210.Do not lend the urn*.towns b Cris oPcc Experience 36 Round Rock Public Library -- r_'-___----�_- __ n- -_ .....,,.,-�-.,--�-., ` ..-�•-+,.+,_,.y,.-.....s-<, -•--•-,-•.--,�-,•--�•.�..-,.,.,-.-«.�+,....».-.-.-.....,.....- ..•..-rsrr:�rr+•�� �re�-�a.^ _=>�ze= •�-..�.+k.o.R.e�.�..�. • Log of Work-Related Injuries and Illnesses Year 2018 Company Name: Hcnscl Phclys Construction Co. identify the Person Describe the Case Classify the Case IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII -- CHE(A) 0.) (C) (D) (E) (F) bar,cd ONLY ONE box for each case Enter the numb er Check the injury'ba.cd on the most serious outcome for column that case: of days the InJured or choose one type of Case Employee's name Job title Date of injury Where the event occurred Describe injury or Illness,parts of body __, or ill worker was: illness: no. (e.g Welder) or onset (e.g.Loading dock north affected,and object/substance that of illness end) dIrectly injured or made person 111.(e.g. (.1) 4 1 Remained at Work S Second degree burns on right forearm Away On job i 1 or e from acetylene torch) front transferor z 'S a9 Days away Job transfer Other retort- work restiction •'2' c$ 1 5 Dealt irwn work or raratridion able uses (G) (H) (i) (J) (K) (L) (1) (2) (3) (4) (5) (6) 201801005 CARPENTER 1/09 6015020 Strained wrist-,Left Wrist-Hand Tool(Powered) ❑ ❑ [ ❑ 0 may` 5 L3l 0 0 ❑ ❑ ❑ days month/day ��}} 201801010 Laborer 1/10 2014090 -Back Norma)Strain-Sprain/Strain,Lower Back; ❑ D ❑ Ell 0 taus 0 d 51 El ❑ El El month/day I I �} 201801015 Laborer 1/15 2014090 Twister!his knee-Sprain/Strain.Let Knee; ❑ ❑ [] ❑ 0 14 IR❑ El El ❑ -Bodily Motion D days drys month/day 201801020 fagots 1/16 4013I03 Hmd Lacsatiou Lororsdoa,Hcd-Bodr3y ❑ El El 0 0 ❑ ❑ El El Motion days days month/day ��}} �7 L1 20180102E Cement Finisher 1/29 4013102 Email),cut the tip of his finger with a ❑ ElEl El 11t1 0 61 ❑ ❑ El Elraw-Loceration,Left Fine,-Hand Tool days days month/day 201802005 Trainer Coordinator 2/01 100 Corporate 300 Plains Empbyee slipped on is fracturing her wrist-. ❑ ❑ Elil ❑ 0 to ER❑ LI ❑ ❑ ❑ rift Wris-Bodily Motion drys day. month/day �} 201 803 01 0 CARP APPR 3/12 4017151 Fractured wrist while trying to place a ❑ ❑ a ❑ 0 22 ❑ El ❑ El.r brn-Fneturz,Rieht Wrist;-Materiel days days ' month/day 201803015 Laborer 3/14 2016106 Chemical burns from concrete touching his El ❑ ❑ {} 0 0 La El El El Elskin- -Cmcxte BurnrChem,.Both Lee days days month/day 201804005 Cement Finisher 4/04 6016023 Hand laceration$ota h tong head trowel oo tool ❑ ❑ ❑ 0 n s lvl❑ ❑ ❑ ❑ ❑ bdt-,Right Fin¢cr,- days days month/day ���}} 201804010 CARPENTER 4/17 3017194 Doo:in eye-Scratch/Abrasion.Right Eyn ❑ Ell ❑ L2ll El 0 0 ❑ ❑ El ❑ -Particles days drys month/day 201804025 CARPENTER 4/10 5915090 Back stain-Sprain/Slraa,Lower Bade ❑ [ll Ell ❑ 0 49 51❑ El El ❑ -Potentially -mplovee days days moo-Try 201805005 Area Superintendent 5/07 5917019 Water barrier came down on Eager causing a 0 ❑ III 0 0 51❑ El El ❑ fracture- igh Fracture.Rhea Fineer.-Malarial days days month/day �} 201805010 Carpenter 5/18 2017119 Struck by plywood,fell,injured ❑ II] Q El 0 180 51❑ ❑ El El shoulder.-Con unions/Crash/Bruise,Rif, days days month/day 201805015 Carpenter Apprentice 5/21 6016022 Employee felt pain in his bark a/ttr hamnsrins ❑ ❑ n ❑ 0 6 11Y❑ ❑ ❑ ❑ ❑ above pnin/Strain LaweS Back-Bodily L`^t 1_1 days days month/day �} 20 1 8 05 02 0 Laborer 5/23 8015141 Irjury to EE's shin whims baor ❑ ❑ ❑ 0 15 I1Y❑ ❑ ❑ ❑ ❑ Ic'O1TritusionsiCuts/Bruie,Let;-Ground days days months ay 201805025 Intern 5r25 E016150 Debris fdi info anp(oyvc's eye while working ❑ ❑ n [] 0 0 ❑ ❑ ❑ ❑ ❑ overhead-Fe Body(Eve).RiehtEye LJ days drys monthlday Round Rock Public Library Experience 37 Log of Work-Related Injuries and illnesses Year 2018 Company Name: Hensel Phelps Construction Co. Identify the Person Describe the Case Classify the Case -_ IIIIIIMMINII (A) (B) (C) (D) (Ej CHECK ONLY ONE box for each case based on the most serious outcome for Eater the number Check the"Injury'column that case: of days the Injured or choose one type of Case Employee's name Job title Date of injury Where the event occurred Describe injury or illness,parts of body or ill worker was: illness: ne. (e.g Welder) or onset (e.g.Loading dock north affected,and object/substance that of illness end) directly injured or made person III.(e.g. (M) o Remained at Work Away On b =F Second degree bums on right forearm Y Jo R E s o from acetylene torch) from transferor `,5 It i t Days away Job tr...Otter nic-, work restriction ^c h rr 8 as i z ig Death from woflc or rnsbidbn able cases (G) (H) (I) (J) (K) (1-) (1) (2) (3) (4) (5) (6) 201806005 Labor 6106 6016023 Emplo}�fellinjuringbah ❑ ❑ CI ❑ 0 180 !3l❑ ❑ ❑ ❑ ❑ eiboas�emtusionrlClru/Bruist Both Elbow days days month/day ��}} 201807010 Area Superintendent 7/12 2015094 Wrist fracture and dbcwaprain-Fracture RightIII ❑ n ❑ 0 4 uil❑ ❑ ❑ ❑ ❑ Wrist Spr_irJStraia Ri¢btEfbow-Ladder ll``�^11 days days month/day ��}} 201 E07015 Carpenter 7/09 2016106 Face/Mouth/Cheat;Abrasion; CI El ❑ 0 2 15i❑ ❑ ❑ ❑ ❑ Contusions-Scratch/Abrasion,Chest; days days month/day �} 201 E07020 Field F,n r 7/17 2017114 Laarnti fete,the leg-Laceration.Lcr;-Maul ❑ ❑ ❑ 0 �s s day.11lL❑ ❑ ❑ ❑ ❑ Flashint 1---1 month/day 201 E07025 Lead Quality Control 7/19 201E125 Sprainod knee while walking down ❑ ❑ _X0 ❑ 0 180 IR❑ ❑ ❑ ❑ ❑ Fri stavz SpnirJStrain Leff 1Cnec:-Bodily Motion days days month/day 201E07030 CARPENTER 7/23 40I7151 Face 1a.oa Lion-Laceration.Face;-Material ❑ ❑ ❑ CI 0 0 ❑ ❑ El El day. days IR month/day 201/108005 CARPENTER ti/09 5915090 Strained tendon in thigh.$pro/s1Stnin.Left ❑ ❑. ❑ 0 5 t111 ID El ❑ Groin:-Floor t Grounddays days month/day 201 E0E011 Project Superintendent 8/09 5915D93 Amputation.-Ampuntion.Rlaht Finger; III CI ❑❑ CI1 S 99 l dt El El El El i. days days month/day 201 E0E015 LABORER 3/27 6016024 salt Strain-.Ritdtt Back-Matcasl ❑ ❑ El ❑ 0 days 3 days rii❑ ❑ ❑ ❑ ❑ month/day 201E0E020 CARPENTER 6/23 3016I92 Actaatrainofnccks ucles-SprainrStrait, ❑ ❑ ❑ 0 0 ER El El ❑ Nark:-Oiler 1<^t days days Month/day �} 201809005 9/07 3017208 Broken Right indet �c Finget-Fr.eturs Right ❑ ❑ CI CI 0 0 13l El El ❑ ❑ ❑ Front;-Hand Tool(Not Toward, days days month/day �} 201E09010 9/12 7016122 HeadrNeck/Shailder,srui, n ❑ 0 74 1211,❑ El GI ❑ ElStr=in-Cmtusions/CnuhBrnise Head Li ❑ Ell days days month/day 201809020 Project Superintendent 9/25 7016126 Broken Bens behind right-taand ring ❑ CI El CI 0 0 El El ❑ ❑ Elfinger-Fracture,Right Hanel-Hand Tool days days month/day 201E09040 9/04 7016122 lnaactbite W theri�ntdbosvPoaoninE Right ❑ ❑ ❑ Ei 0 0 ❑ ❑ ❑ ❑ ❑ NI F7bow-Arrieml:Rnsec[s days days month/day Si201 E 10505 Laborer Foremen 10/1 6 2016106 Right lines i4i os due fa anise loud ❑ ❑ El ❑ 0 180 ldl❑ ❑ ❑ ❑ ❑ fall-SpraiNssolss,Right Knee;-Floor d Gssssd day. days month/day 2018I0985 Jot-neymsn 10/09 5017101 EE sustained irtury to shoaldcr,Seek ❑ ❑ ❑ 0 32 ❑ ❑ ❑ ❑ ❑ nxkSpra rJStnin Nxk SprainlStrnin Both days days month/day Round Rock Public Library Experience 38 Log of Work-Related Injuries and Illnesses Year 2018 CompanyName: Hensel Phelps Construction Co. . Identify the Person Describe the Case Classify the Case based on the mostoat serious outcome for (A) (8) (C) (D) (E) (� CHECK ONLY box for each case Enter the number Check the"Injury'column that case: of days the injured or choose one type of Case Employee's name Job title Date of injury Where the event occurred Describe injury or illness,parts of body or III worker was t illness: no. (e.g Welder) or onset (e.g.Loading dock north affected,and object/substance that of illness end) directly injured or made person ill.(e.g. Remained at Work Away Dn b 0 5 Second degree bums on right forearm Y job � �1� �4 from acetylene torch) from transfer or -g I Death Drow Joor br eaatrndx otaher romrd- yprk estri/d c a$a z a cases (G) (H) (I) (J) (K) (L) (1) (Z) (3) (4) (5) (6) 201811005- LABORER 11/01 5915090 Lefta k sprain-Sprain/50min,L lAnk(K El ElEl El0 4 ER 0 ❑ ❑ 0 0 -Md, days days month/day 201811010 LABORER 11/06 5915090 Unspecified Sprain ofriaht in.. El El ❑ 0 ays 6 tdl❑ ❑ ❑ ❑ ❑ fingerSsrainl$train,RkittFirm, d days month/day 201111015 LABORER 11/07 6017036 Hot erierucs hnt stress and overate:6or-; ❑ ❑ ❑ [] 0days 0 days0 ❑ 0 0 0 tilmonth/day ��}}- 201811020 11/20 3017194 ATLO Facility kt Wrid Spry id Fractwe to R metacarpal ❑ El El ❑ 0 42 L7�❑ ❑ ❑ ❑ ❑ 1mmSpra n/Strain RittR wrist FncWrc,Richt days days month/day �} 201812005 CARPENTER 12/04 7016122 Stru i tacit of Rift Hr:+d on Teri cmcrc c ❑ ❑ ❑ 0 0 51❑ ❑ ❑ ❑ ❑ cobmm-�on -oes/L�nrhBraise,Right hind: D days days month/day Report Totals 0 1 23 13 15 1366 35 0 0 0 0 2 1 i iit A ii 5 u This report was produced with the automatic 180 day cap ¢ d Zs z (,) (2) (0) (4) (5) (6) Round Rock Public Library Experience 39 0$HA't Form 300A(Rev.01/2004) Year 2017 *) Summary of Work-Related Injuries and Illnesses U.S.Department of Labor oetspailoni sat*ant..Ad.istratimi —.,--.-..--,..-,-,,,,.,•7:—..•..7,.....-.............4.7.-...^.-.......,---.-...— ,,,, • ---,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,..,-,......,,..,...,-,..m.,,,, ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,----,---",,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,...,,,m.....tr...2,,,m4,...,-.,.r...4.-.....,.. ......r...,...0..........,.. .....-n.---.„..,..,--,-:-..,,,,,-,—.....7.7,—__ Form arcw:An0 OMB ma,r:104175 AL'estabLzhnienta covered by Part 1904 must compft1e,this SW711173ty pa2e,even if ne injuries or ginesses eccurred durfng the year.Remember to review che LC910,erifith.ffrie en,,,e*to complete - Lts:ng the Leg,court the indyeluo/entries you rnede for each cate;ery.Than wife the intata betin, Establishment information tn.lking sure yotive added the entries from every,rage or the log.tf you had no cases.wnfe'0., Employers fommr employees,and their fapreSergiNes N.the rfsvto anima the OSHA Form SOO In Your rs.t.stishreent name Hensel Phelps as entirety.They aitto have Viniied er,--assloth'OSHA Form 301 arits equivalent.See 29 CFR 1904.35 in OSHA1 Recorekeeping ruts,for furherdetas on the sooess prov1sion.for these fnrrna. Seet 420 Sixth Avenue ... , Number of Cases city Gree.Y State Catered° 05 8e631 Indust,/description(e.g.,1,31100,....of rnctor truck.tra,$) Total number of Total number of Total number of cases Total number of con,t,ruction General Contactor deaths oases with days with job transfer or other recordabto away from work restriction cases Standard Industial ClessificatkIn(SIC).if imco,(e.g.,SIC 3715) 0 10 Si 10 1 5 4 2 (G) (H) (I) (J) OR Nerth knerizen Industrial Clessificetzon(MAIOS).a kr,,,,,,,(e 9.,39S.212) 2 3 6 2 2 0 Number of Days Employment inforrnation Total number cf Total number of days of days away from job transfer or restriction Annual average number of employ.s 2.653 Taal haws warked by all emp,aye es lost 576 1558 year 5,027,11.1 tI.C) a.1 Injury and Illness Types Sign here 27 . ,s,.9z, _ , A10.7-7P1S ..._ Total number of_ Knowingly fa ' this d ent may result Tn ii Sm. (M) (1)Injury 40 (4)Poisoning 0 (2)Skin Disorder 0 (5)Hearing Ur., 0 I certify that I have examined this document arld that te the best of rnY kne.te4ge the erttle-e ere trie.e...tz,te•and (3)Respiratory ccmpiete. Condition 1 (6)At Other Illnesses 0 Jeffrey K.Wen..., CEO Campany executive TOe 970.352_65E5 it3tr,ais Post this Summary page from February 1 to April 30 of the year following the year covered by the form Phan* Date ?..,..i ft,tas.;.6,tr..1-3=)ect:w at Litnraf...,,s estleed to ova-age 59 rnimets Pf raver.,ho',..dng tr.to rev;v4 the te......k,sea,t:s.cf golvt the a...mtge..cx,ete or 4 ter,.he 4:37edtn tl;n5::rtre,t.Pfinvrt aro mire:7*rd lo rr-ccr,te,ts celden 0 i,....on uen.It dt;Lors a artily Ye4 OV6 ccitc,Irerter,!typo two Ivy aorrmnto abed Utest e,-r,..r.crop/arp.ts of ail doto eUdce,=tad,US Up-at:rent ot Lebec.OSF.A Offee et St&t'`,...Rxre ti-.744,V)Oxioft.,,a,Ave,thl,Woath:tca.M20210.Da ad..,te=Tested'..als pl rise., ........... 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Hensel Phelps has included resumes for our proposed g .� ` ,t .4�._ resumes for further Manager, KirbyKuntz, and proposed Project �� '" Projectg p p J .-.., ,, - ... information on our proposed ��-. -x ±\ Superintendent, Luke Skogman within the following ,� � . `' ersonnel.All members of the office - pages. In addition, we have provided resumes for �-�.'� ;<=_. ; Su erintendents William Wilson, Jason and field team as identified in the followin .' , _ n proposed p g _ Butterfield and Daren Mieles; Project Engineer Oswald organizational chart will be fully dedicated to the R Nixon, Office Engineers Brandon Pappas and Christine project, with none of their time being shared across , , Giap, and members of our Executive Support team. any other projects. =� , .,,..,,„,,,,..-*--i;v‘-'- ! 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Executive Team ,14 Kirby Kuntz,PhD,LEED AP Brad Winans District Manager/V Project Manager P,II Additional Support Team . - Dw ghtRunkets,LEEDi AP/ , , .••m•mmm.i. m...m.mmimimmimmr - Estimating Team Project Executive , . Additional Support II Office Team Bill Higgins Field Team Mt Asheesh Bajaj LEED AP General Superintendent , Self Perform isif' Library Liaison Concrete Team 1;4;,'„ . „,, Sam Merrell,ASP,CHST,CSP ' Director of Safety and Health Erik LaRue,DBIA,LEED AP---------\ Round Rock Liaison It Elissa Adams,DMA,LEED AP :, Project SLiperintende Senior Estiniatot t nt , . . 11 William Wilson,LEED AP 1 . ' / Project Superintendent , ,7...; Robert Martinez ..Senior Estimator' ) '.• i, Oswald Nixon Jr. ', ason Butterfiel Daren Mieles 4 We i Project Engineer Area Supentende .,,, , ' Area Superintendent n ' r' 1 M „— Irving Santiago „,,, ) Brandon Pappas ,...it. ) Christine Giap - VDC Engineer / , Office Engineer , s ‘ ,' Office Engineer , , .. _ . . . "Leadership is not about tit es, positions or flowcharts. , -,y It is about one life influencing another." Field Engineer ' Field Engirleer ' -John C. Maxwell Round Rock Public Library Proposed Personnel 48 Kirby Kuntz, PhD, LED AP M Jz�y PROJECT MANAGER y Mr.Kuntz serves as Hensel Phelps'Management Representative who responds to all day- to-day requirements and concerns of the client.He has extensive experience in developing and monitoring project master schedules,estimating,job cost reports,and establishing and implementing effective communication procedures for all team components.He has worked closely with a variety of corporate clients on a wide range of project types under various contracting methods including design-build,CM/GC,and fixed price.Recognized in the industry for his ability to isolate and resolve various design and compliance issues early in a project's evolution,his aptitude and expertise are evidenced in the many successful projects with which he has been involved. INTRODUCTION INFORMATION PAST PROJECT EXPERIENCE Location:Austin,Texas Industry Experience:erience: 31 Years UT Austin Engineering Education and Research Center ;,The new academic building houses the Electrical and Computer Hensel Phelps Experience: 29 Years Engineering Departments for the University's Cockrell School of Engineering.Featuring two 10-story towers connected by a three - Education: Pennsylvania State '" story glass atrium with a green roof and connecting bridges. Education Y Client Name:The University of Texas System University I Architectural Engineering , `= Size:498,577 SF Ph.D.Pennsylvania State University ' Cost: $247 Million Architectural Engineering REFERENCES Fifth&Baylor New multistory mixed-use building with retail at the ground level Jim Shackelford E ` and office space and a parking structure above encompassing a I total of 93,000+SgFt. The University of Texas at Austin, Office of s Client Name:Schlosser Development Corp. Capital Planning and Construction Size:93,226 SF jshackelford@utsystem.edu Cost:$14.7 Million 512.475.6504 Diana Zuniga Owner, Investors Alliance, Inc. 701 Rio 701 Rio Office Development av -p :9 ' The 701 Rio project is a five-story office building located at the corner of Rio Grande and 7th Street in the downtown Central Business diana@alausa.net % District of Austin.The 701 Rio project will consist of four floors of 512.413.7419 z ' '� Class A office space with the opportunity for ground floor retail and/ . 7" or additional office space. Client Name: 602 7th Street Partners Ey Rio-Grande Street A Partners Size: 253,000 SF x Cost: $38.5 Million Round Rock Public Library Proposed Personnel 49 M .. yyyrrrt Luke Skogman PROJECT SUPERINTENDENT Mr.Skogman's leadership expertise has evolved from the on-site supervision of both self-performed labor,trade partners and the management of all aspects of quality con- trol.His recent pre-planning efforts and home office support has provided him with a well-rounded knowledge of what makes a project successful.His supervisory strengths include labor relations,labor supervision,labor cost control,equipment selection,con- tract administration,safety management and various scheduling techniques.He actively participates in in-house superintendent training programs to establish the consistency and quality that Hensel Phelps demands.At the Kalahari Resort,Luke was instrumental at working closely with Oncor to get power to the project on time.Luke has built a strong relationship with Oncor's Sr New Construction Manager,Jim Krumnow which should be a benefit to one of the project's critical milestones. INTRODUCTION INFORMATION PAST PROJECT EXPERIENCE Location: Austin,Texas Kalahari Resort&Convention Center Industry Experience: 14 Years The Kalahari Resorts&Conventions is a$385 million project located in Round Rock,Texas.It includes an 11-story hotel with 975 guest Hensel Phelps Experience: 3 Years rooms,outdoor pools,a 223,000 SF indoor waterpark,an 80,000 SF ��: .4indoor theme park,10,000 SF of retail space,a salon and spa,and Education: B.S.Texas Tech University multiple restaurant and beverage locations.The resort is scheduled Engineering Technology to open in November. Client Name:Kalahari Resorts&Conventions Size: 1,500,000 SF Cost: $385 Million UT Austin Engineering Education and Research Center REFERENCES The new academic building houses the Electrical and Computer Engi- neering Departments for the University's Cockrell School of Engi- Mark Remmert neering.Featuring two 10-story towers connected by a three-story �. glass atrium with a green roof and connecting bridges,the building Building Official includes a 300-seat auditorium,a new Network Operations Center, City of Round Rock t faculty offices,and modular research and teaching laboratories. markr@roundrocktexas.gov Client Name:The University of Texas System 512.218.5550 Size:498,577 SF Cost: $247 Million Dale Hensen Kalahari Resorts Er Conventions Construction Manager ADDITIONAL PROJECT EXPERIENCE dhensen@kalahariresorts.com 608.254.5361 The University of Texas at Austin Liberal Arts Building Phase II, Austin,TX 1203,547 SF I $68,931,559 I Concrete Superintendent Bluebonnet Studios Austin,TX 185,000 SF I $14,193,438 I Lead Superintendent Round Rock Public Library Proposed Personnel 50 ,„ .._ , _ , , , \ Jason ,,a, . ,.. „ , , , . , , ...., Butterfield ,,_ AREA SUPERINTENDENT -,. ti- In his position as Area Superintendent,Mr.Butterfield is highly skilled at supervising and 7, coordinating work activities for Hensel Phelps`employees,as well as our trade partners. His knowledge of production,purchasing,equipment and schedulingdistinguish him as / g P 9 a top-to-bottom leader.He has developed an exceptional safety culture,is conversant in MEP Coordination,cost control,quality and management skills from his vast experience on a myriad of project types,and is thoroughly knowledgeable of building codes,permitting, and other regulatory processes.He brings effective management and efficient organization to the day-to-day onsite administration to each project to which he is assigned. INTRODUCTION INFORMATION PAST PROJECT EXPERIENCE Location: Georgetown Texas Industry Experience: 22 Years r i- City of Austin New Central Library xi ,Along the banks of Shoal Creek,the eight-story,198,000-square-foot Hensel Phelps Experience: 7 Years y' - I ' building is Austin's largest-ever public library.Atop a two-story,200+ 1 3, it\ car underground garage sits the iconic building,which is defined by • ' . ';7 `1 a daylight-filled,six-story atrium wrapped by book collections and -, j�` • 1 t k event space. ''' „, ,, Client Name: City of Austin REFERENCES Fa '' Size: 275,000 SF Cost: $124 Million Diana Zuniga Owner, Investors Alliance, Inc. 701 Rio Office Development dianaOlausa.net 701 Rio The 701 Rio project is a five-story office building located at the corner 512.413.7419 of Rio Grande and 7th Street in the downtown Central Business -S District of Austin.The 701 Rio project will consist of four floors of F`- .- - ; - Class A office space with the opportunity for ground floor retail and/ ... z or additional office space. r = P Client Name: 602 7th Street Partners Er Rio-Grande Street :, ,... rThl Partners Size: 253,000 SF Cost: $38.5 Million Austin-Bergstrom International Airport Terminal/Apron R Expansion and Improvements �.- ,,, , The Terminal/Apron Expansion and Improvements project is a multi- _ AI -' year,multi-phased project that consists of roughly 40 acres of new ' 7' ` "` ` I approach and taxi lane improvements and a new ;� ''.1.—, —_� ,._, ��s ,apron paving for pp p °: �''terminal expansion offering11 new passenger boardinggates. ' �:_V p p g . _. . Client Name: City of Austin a Size: 178,000SF Cost: $295 Million Round Rock Public Library Proposed Personnel 51 ilk ...100. Oswa • ,,, - __ -_, -,-,-,- :. , _ _ ,„, „„_,:i.„.„.f-- -:;.---„--- Ak,"...7-le - -.,, '--:--'.-' Nixon Jr. __ l.. ioK .,_ , PROJECT ENGINEER As a Project Engineer,Mr.Nixon Jr oversees the onsite project administration of the con- tracts to which he is assigned.He is highly skilled in cost control,submittal coordination, ,,, MEP Coordination,expediting material deliveries,trade partner management,negotiating "` changes,scheduling,and general administrative operations.Mr.Nixon Jr places special at- tention on the resolution of interface conflicts,revisions,exception,and required submittals to ensure that all work is approved prior to fabrication,delivery,and installation.His project experience covers both public and private owners under lump sum,unit price,negotiated GMP,and design-build delivery systems. INTRODUCTION INFORMATION PAST PROJECT EXPERIENCE Location: Hutto,Texas Kalahari Resort&Convention Center Industry Experience: 7 Years The Kalahari Resorts Er Conventions is a$385 million project located -, ' • in Round Rock,Texas.It includes an 11-story hotel with 975 guest Hensel Phelps Experience: 6 Years rooms,outdoor pools,a 223,000 SF indoor waterpark,an 80,000 SF '` indoor theme park,10,000 SF of retail space,a salon and spa,and Education: B.S., Prairie View A&M University I multiple restaurant and beverage locations.The resort is scheduled Architecture Er Construction Management to open in November. Client Name:Kalahari Resorts 8-Conventions Size: 1,500,000 SF Cost: $385 Million REFERENCES Austin-Bergstrom International Airport Terminal/Apron „ Expansion and Improvements - ; . The Terminal/Apron Expansion and Improvements project is a multi- Daylerle Stroebe pi "- 4 year,multi-phased project that consists of roughly 40 acres of new Kalahari Resorts&Conventions _ ' apron paving for approach and taxi lane improvements and a new Project Manager '��. — �,..,, terminal expansion offering 11 new passenger boarding gates. � g N, dstroebe@kalahariresorts.com , , Client Name: City of Austin 608.254.5458 _ - Size: 178,000SF Cost:$295 Million Dale Hensen Kalahari Resorts&Conventions UT Austin Dell Medical School Construction Manager 'ff . The University of Texas at Austin Dell Medical School project is a$255 J. I n ' , , million,725,000 SF project that consisted of three stages.Stage A dhensen@kalahariresorts.com , includes all site preparation and utility infrastructure;Stage B es the 608.254.5361 ■ ,� construction of a new medical research building;Stage C/E is the tit r construction of a medical office building and parking garage. - - --. Client Name:The University of Texas System Size:725,000 SF Cost: $255 Million Round Rock Public Library Proposed Personnel 52 Bran . • • Pappas fie*` OFFICE ENGINEER As an Office Engineer,Mr.Pappas is responsible for processing and submittal of Owner and trade partner pay applications,coordination of material deliveries,checking of shop draw- ings,submittal processing,project schedule updates in addition to coordination of trade partner operations.His past experience in the field has provided him with a well-rounded understanding of the day to day operations on a construction site where he has been re- sponsible for utility layout,MEP coordination and supervision of Hensel Phelps field opera- tions,preparation of daily field logs,3-week schedules,quality control experience including coordination of quality control testing and preparation of daily QC reports. INTRODUCTION INFORMATION PAST PROJECT EXPERIENCE Location: Cedar Park,Texas Kalahari Resort&Convention Center Industry Experience: 6 Years The Kalahari Resorts&Conventions is a$385 million project located j -.� in Round Rock,Texas.It includes an 11-story hotel with 975 guest Hensel Phelps Experience: 3 Years rooms,outdoor pools,a 223,000 SF indoor waterpark,an 80,000 SF 's indoor theme park,10,000 SF of retail space,a salon and spa,and Education: B.S.,Texas Christian University I I multiple restaurant and beverage locations.The resort is scheduled Applied GeoscienceE to open in November. Client Name: Kalahari Resorts&Conventions Size: 1,500,000 SF Cost: $385 Million REFERENCES Austin-Bergstrom International Airport Terminal/Apron Expansion and Improvements Daylene Stroebe �•�� The Terminal/Apron Expansion and Improvements project is a multi- year,multi-phased project that consists of roughly 40 acres of new Kalahari Resorts &Conventions " • ' � , - apron paving for approach and taxi lane improvements and a new Project Manager { •,.' terminal expansion offering 11 new passenger boarding gates. dstroebe@kalahariresorts.com �\ ry Client Name: City of Austin 608.254.5458 � � Size: 178,000SF Cost: $295 Million Love Field Parking Garage The Love Field Parking Garage project is a$178 million project that ------ adds 5,130 parking spaces to the Love Field Airport in Dallas,Texas. --A The first parking garage to achieve a Parksmart Bronze Certification in North Texas,this parking structure provides nine levels of parking, *.k two basement levels and seven levels above grade. l` ° . Client Name: Southwest Airlines-Corporate Size: 2,149,000 SF Cost: $178 Million Round Rock Public Library Proposed Personnel 53 , i OFFICE ENGINEER As an Office Engineer,Ms.Giap is responsible o a g and submittal of Ovine , and trade partner pay applications,coordination of ma deliveries.checking of shop' drawings,submittal processing,project schedule updates in addit}or to coordination of trade partner operations.Her past experience in the field has provided li: ith a,w� x rounded understanding of the day to day operations on a construction site wh- s1:1 has,. been responsible for utility layout,MEP coordination and supervision of Hensel Phelps els operations,preparation of daily field logs,3-week schedules,quality control experience 1 including coordination of quality control testing and preparation of daily QC reports. INTRODUCTION INFORMATION PAST PROJECT EXPERIENCE Location: Austin,Texas _ Kalahari Resort&Convention Center The Kalahari Resorts&Conventions is a$385 million project located Industry Experience: 3 Years ,. ' in Round Rock,Texas.It includes an 11-story hotel with 975 guest rooms,outdoor pools,a 223,000 SF indoor waterpark,an 80,000 SF Hensel Phelps Experience: 2 Years 4 indoor theme park,10,000 SF of retail space,a salon and spa,and ' multiple restaurant and beverage locations.The resort is scheduled Education: B.S., University of South Carolina I -,� ,,� to open in November. Chemical Engineering Client Name: Kalahari Resorts Er Conventions Size: 1,500,000 SF Cost: $385 Million . Irving . . -- Otifi.'' * ' ,__ _ , . , ,, ,:, 4 , _ _ , _ , , ,, , Santiago Martinez • , „„...., . ,_ ,, VDC ENGINEER As Hensel Phelps'VDC Engineer,Mr.Santiago Martinez applies his project engineering experience to the successful implementation and coordination of Hensel Phelps'cost and schedule information into the project's Building Information Modeling(BIM)software. „AIL, .1110, , "., In this role,he is responsible for the coordination of all Hensel Phelps and trade partner aft# -,... . information as it relates to the BIM model during the design of the project,and he leads the effort to perform all collision checks and other necessary coordination prior to the team performing work in the field. INTRODUCTION INFORMATION PAST PROJECT EXPERIENCE Location: Leander,Texas UT Austin Darrell K Royal Texas Memorial Stadium South Industry Experience: 14 Years End Zone Addition -- ..--: The$152 million South End Zone Addition(SEZ)for the University of • r Hensel Phelps Experience: 4 Years , ZI:41-44, ,' Texas at Austin Darrell K Royal—Texas Memorial Football Stadium consists of replacing the existing bleachers and video display with Education: B.A. Polytechnic University of •1 a new and improved south end zone,premium seating with suites y ` ;•-z'= and club spaces and upgraded video display. Puerto Rico I Architecture '' M ,, Client Name:Kalahari Resorts Er Conventions ,>y Size: 295,000 SF Cost: $152 Million Round Rock Public Library Proposed Personnel 54 .,. , Willia .,) ,,t,,,,, - * , ,, ,,, i LEER AP -14, -'-- , Wilson, i - PROJECT SUPERINTENDENT- SELF PERFORM CONCRETE 1114 Mr.Wilson's leadership expertise has evolved from the on-site supervision of both self-per- formed labor,trade partners and the management of all aspects of quality control.His recent pre-planning efforts and home office support has provided him with a well-rounded knowledge of what makes a project successful.His supervisory strengths include labor relations,labor supervision,labor cost control,equipment selection,contract administra- tion,safety management and various scheduling techniques.He actively participates in in-house superintendent training programs to establish the consistency and quality that Hensel Phelps demands. INTRODUCTION INFORMATION PAST PROJECT EXPERIENCE Location: Cedar Creek,Texas UT Austin Darrell K Royal Texas Memorial Stadium South Industry Experience: 35 Years End Zone Addition 0 The$152 million South End Zone Addition(SEZ)for the University of Hensel Phelps Experience: 31 Years r.: Texas at Austin Darrell K Royal—Texas Memorial Football Stadium p p . b,:consists of replacing the existing bleachers and video display with Education: B.S., Purdue University I Building ;_ f g -, ,.. .a new and improved south end zone,premium seating with suites ' "�',= and clubs aces and upgraded video display. Construction and Contracting �� �� p p� p y. $` Client Name:Kalahari Resorts Er Conventions '-1 ' -' Size: 295,000 SF Cost: $152 Million REFERENCES Kalahari Resort&Convention Center g A ' The Kalahari Resorts&Conventions is a$385 million project located . , ,` ` •`, in Round Rock,Texas.It includes an 11-story hotel with 975 guest Perry Lorenz = it rooms,outdoor pools,a 223,000 SF indoor waterpark,an 80,000 SF Owner, Constructive Ventures %_� * indoor theme park,10,000 SF of retail space,a salon and spa,and perrylo(aonr.com til^ _ t multiple restaurant and beverage locations.The resort is scheduled T^, `` to open in November. 512.472.8118 Client Name:Kalahari Resorts Er Conventions Size: 1,500,000 SF Jim Shackelford Cost: $385 Million The University of Texas at Austin, Office of Capital Planning and Construction jshackelford@utsystem.edu - _Pf5-" '-_ UT Austin Dell Medical School 512.751.6874 , The University of Texas at Austin Dell Medical School project is a$255 a, in ,=1. million,725,000 SF project that consisted of three stages.Stage A a in ;, includes all site preparation and utility infrastructure;Stage B es the construction of a new medical research building;Stage C/E is the , i rt construction of a medical office building and parking garage. - - _ Client Name:The University of Texas System Size: 725,000 SF Cost: $255 Million Round Rock Public Library Proposed Personnel 55 D aren . „„ M.ieles AREA SUPERINTENDENT- SELF PERFORM CONCRETE tit As the Area Superintendent spearheading the structural concrete scope,Daren will ultimately responsible for the production,manpower,scheduling,and sequencing of the 1 concrete superstructure.Daren has spent the majority of his career on projects with little to no lay-down,making him an efficient planner.In his position as Area Superintendent, Mr.Mieles is highly skilled at supervising and coordinating work activities for Hensel Phelps' employees,as well as our trade partners.His knowledge of production,purchasing,equip- ment and scheduling distinguish him as a top-to-bottom leader. INTRODUCTION INFORMATION PAST PROJECT EXPERIENCE Location: Round Rock,Texas Kalahari Resort&Convention Center Industry Experience: 9 Years The Kalahari Resorts El-Conventions is a$385 million project located in Round Rock,Texas.It includes an 11-story hotel with 975 guest Hensel Phelps Experience: 7 Years p p rooms,outdoor pools,a 223,000 SF indoor waterpark,an 80,000 SF indoor theme park,10,000 SF of retail space,a salon and spa,and Education: B.S.,The University of Texas multiple restaurant and beverage locations.The resort is scheduled at Austin Civil Engineering to open in November. Client Name:Kalahari Resorts Er Conventions Size: 1,500,000 SF Cost: $385 Million REFERENCES Austin-Bergstrom International Airport Terminal/Apron Daylene Stroebe Expansion and Improvements Kalahari Resorts Er Conventions The Terminal/Apron Expansion and Improvements project is a multi- Project Manager .- • year,multi-phased project that consists of roughly 40 acres of new .i apron paving for approach and taxi lane improvements and a new dstroebeCakalahariresorts.com -� ur- terminal expansion offering 11 new passenger boarding gates. 608.254.5458 ,: Client Name:City of Austin Size: 178,000SF Cost: $295 Million Ellen Brunjes-Brandt COA Department of Aviation Project Manager = UT Austin Dell Medical School Ellen.Brandt@austintexas.gov Ir The University of Texas at Austin Dell Medical School project is a$255 512.530.6620 .14 million,725,000 SF project that consisted of three stages.Stage A -" maf: includes all site preparation and utility infrastructure;Stage B es the construction of a new medical research building;Stage C/E is the r construction of a medical office building and parking garage. r - {AUniversityof Texas System Client Name:The y Size: 725,000 SF Cost: $255 Million Round Rock Public Library Proposed Personnel 56 I:XECIJTIVE SIJPN)R'I' Dwig Runkels, LEER AP r- PROJECT EXECUTIVE As Project Executive,Mr.Runkels provides our project teams and clients the leadership and vision crucial to the success of each project assigned.By implementing our proven systems,he assures that all client budgetary and quality goals are met.These systems thor- oughly evaluate project finances,schedule and schedule management,resource allocation and quality assurance.Mr.Runkels is fully versed in all areas of estimating,purchasing,en- gineering,superintendency,and project management on both new construction programs and renovation projects. INTRODUCTION INFORMATION PAST PROJECT EXPERIENCE Location: Austin,Texas UT Austin Dell Medical School Industry Experience: 24 Years ,� The University of Texas at Austin Dell Medical School project is a$255 ti n million,725,000 SF project that consisted of three stages.Stage A Hensel Phelps Experience: 23 Years 11 ■ t . includes all site preparation and utility infrastructure;Stage B es the t.construction of a new medical research building;Stage C/E is the Education: B.S.,The University of Texas at twit r construction of a medical office building and parking garage. Austin I Architectural Engineering -, Client Name:The University of Texas System Size:725,000 SF Cost: $255 Million Travis County Courts Facility REFERENCES The Travis County Courts Facility is a 430,000 GSF civil and family courts complex and 400-car parking garage in Austin,Texas,that will Jim Shackelford replace the 87-year-old Heman Marion Sweatt Courthouse currently used by Travis County.The facility is scheduled to be completed in The University of Texas at Austin, Office of , the fourth quarter of 2022. Capital Planning and Construction " ,47 Client Name:Travis County Courthouse Development jshackelford@utsystem.edu . Partners 512.475.6504 - `�" Size:430,000SF Cost: $265 Million Rodney Moss Travis County Courthouse Development Partners (Hunt Companies) City Hall and Public Plaza Having achieved a prestigious LEED Gold rating and becoming rodney.moss@huntcompanies.com only the second City-owned building in Austin to receive the 214.437.8016 • `', gold designation,the award-winning Austin City Hall and Public Plaza graces the shores of Town Lake at the edge of the dynamic Warehouse district,an area that has been transformed into a tight => � trfgrid of restaurants-nightspots,housin ,and mid-rise officesp aces. � g _A Client Name: City of Austin Size: 115,000 SF Cost: $34 Million Round Rock Public Library Proposed Personnel 57 EXECIJTIVE SUPPORT •,, , B • 11 ,: ,, .. , _,. ,, ,) _ . .„. . , lir i ...,. i Higgins 1/4. i , ,,..,. ,, I ( k ,44;ii.-- :,' 11 GENERAL SUPERINTENDENT Mr.Higgins has extensive experience in the daily coordination and direction of a myriad of large and complex projects.His organizational skills include a comprehensive understand- ing of the importance of project logistics and team building at the inception of a contract. He has maintained an outstanding safety performance record,and has completed all proj- ects assigned to him on schedule,within budget,and to the client's complete satisfaction. He has managed projects with delivery methods that include both design-build and hard bid.His portfolio of successfully completed projects is evidence of his exceptional planning and leadership skills.Bill directly oversaw both the Austin City Library as well as the Kala- hari Resorts projects from notice award through final completion.Bill,along with Luke, had a direct hand in helping the Kalahari Resort get temporary and permanent construc- tion power in a timely manner by actively engaging Oncor on the owner's behalf. INTRODUCTION INFORMATION PAST PROJECT EXPERIENCE Location: Cedar Park,Texas ;Y,, Kalahari Resort Et Convention Center Industry Experience: 36 Years . . ,� g The Kalahari Resorts Er Conventions is a$385 million project located r`, in Round Rock,Texas.It includes an 11-story hotel with 975 guest Hensel Phelps Experience: 24 Years rooms,outdoor pools,a 223,000 SF indoor waterpark,an 80,000 SF 1.' , �. 10,000 SF of retail space,a salon and �, indoor theme park, spa,and Education: B.S.,Texas Tech University I ,tv p ; multiple restaurant and beverage locations.The resort is scheduled Engineering (Construction Science) to open in November. Client Name:Kalahari Resorts&Conventions Size: 1,500,000 SF Cost: $385 Million REFERENCES City of Austin New Central Library -,z Along the banks of Shoal Creek,the eight-story,198,000-square-foot Jonathan Smith -_ - building is Austin's largest-ever public library.Atop a two-story,200+ Lake Flato Architects, Associate Partner -�� t f �--, car underground garage sits the iconic building,which is defined by .a� a daylight-filled,six-story atrium wrapped by book collections and jsmith@lakeflato.com 07 s -`$ W:: p ,-;.. events ace. 210.410.0540 ' 7101-itArsai..;i4,1.4,4%- Client Name:City of Austin Size: 275,000 SF Cost: $124 Million Dale Hensen Kalahari Resorts &Conventions Construction Manager UT Austin Dell Medical School dhensen@kalahariresorts.com Ambulatory Surgery Center (ASC) 608.254.5361 The University of Texas at Austin Dell Medical School Ambulatory Sur- ------ \gery Center(ASC)project builds out 23,360 SF of existing shell space 'within the Health Transformation Building.The$16.6 million project �_� �- p j f will consist of four operating rooms,one pre-op and central sterile, _ .., ' along with offices and support areas. =; Client Name:The University of Texas System ;x,,„y-. Size: 23,360 SF Cost: $16.6 Million Round Rock Public Library Proposed Personnel 58 _5r,„„:2 R)CJE c 43-1 ccS E- Cif r a • t. tf) „„, \%; "1 1 •-i (41 . • v. fi •v§a - may _ a ches - .: y•Dil �► u+r► az 5.2 Has this team worked together on previous Luke Skogman - Luke's personality and work ethic projects? List the projects. What was the team's made him a no-brainer when it came to selecting our contribution to making the previous projects Project Superintendent. For the last 3 years, Hensel successful? Provide previous project Owner and Phelps has gotten to know the City of Round Rock's Architect contact information. Describe why you staff and their way of conducting business, and Luke fits that dynamic perfectly. Although he is not the end user, think the proposed team is the best fit for this Luke approaches everything he does as if it's his name project. on the line. He believes in doing the right thing for the As previously mentioned in Section 5.1, we have included right reasons. Inherently, he wants to understand the more resumes than those requested containing specific "why"when given direction, and if he feels this direction project experience for each team member.The entire is not the best option for the owner, he will make sure project team, not just the Project Manager and Project you have all the information handy and fully understand Superintendent, was carefully selected for the Round all the implications. A positive and energetic person by Rock Public Library project with many considerations in nature, he has a positive impact in the overall morale of mind — experience, team dynamic, personality, and most the job, both within the Hensel Phelps team and with importantly, partnership. each trade partner. We believe we have hand-selected the ideal group to References for Luke Skogman: not only successfully deliver a world-class project, but to • OWNER I Dale Hensen- Kalahari Resorts - make it a fun and enjoyable experience for you, the City 608.254.5361 of Round Rock. • ARCHITECT I Rodney Morrissey - HKS, Inc. - 214.707.7319 As is reflected in the project pages within section 3.2 and each individual resume, many of our team members William Wilson and Daren Mieles - Willie and Daren will have worked together on various projects for the City serve as the superintendents for the potential concrete of Austin, The University of Texas and on the recently team. Our intent on all jobs, should the numbers completed Kalahari Resort and Convention Center permit, is to self-perform the structural concrete. Self- project. Aside from being assigned to the same projects, performing a trade that drives the momentum and our staff works together in many other ways throughout the critical path of the project requires a strong team, their careers as tenured members of Hensel Phelps' and there is no one more experienced and passionate Southwest District. As a district, we serve on various about concrete than Willie Wilson. Willie and Kirby have committees, perform audits on each other's projects, worked together for decades across multiple University have monthly district-wide manager and superintendent of Texas and privately-owned projects. Willie has also meetings, participate in volunteer and charity events, worked with Luke Skogman at the UT Austin Engineering among other activities where relationships are built Education and Research Center project and most throughout our careers -- regardless of the job we may recently at the Kalahari Resort and Convention Center be assigned to. Our leadership goes out of their way to project. Most recently, Willie has been responsible for ensure people don't meet for the first time on the jobsite overseeing the concrete superstructures at the Kalahari but rather,join a team with existing relationships in place. Resort and Convention Center,The University of Texas South End Zone Expansion and the Travis County Courts Kirby Kuntz - Several of our Project Managers are Facility projects. Having recently completed the Kalahari qualified to be assigned to this project. Ultimately, Kirby Resort project, Daren Mieles will support Willie by was chosen for a several of the following reasons. As a bringing his experience from the Dell Medical School and long-term resident of Round Rock, Kirby has a personal ABIA Terminal Expansion projects — two high-profile and interest in bettering the community he chose to live logistically challenging projects. and raise his children in, as well as the community he chose as his home for 21 years. Kirby has the experience, Jason Butterfield - As one of the original demeanor and knowledge to be a partner to the City of superintendents on the Austin Central Library, Jason will Round Rock and Michelle Cervantes' group as choices bring his lessons learned and industry knowledge to the need to be considered and decisions need to be made. Round Rock Public Library team. Jason has worked with His goal is to provide you with decision-ready options Kirby, Willie, Daren and Oswald on past assignments, long with the pros and cons behind those options. making him an important member of the overall team dynamic. Jason has a passion for safety and has made a References for Kirby Kuntz: career out of working on complex projects, such as the • OWNER I Diana Zuniga - Investors Alliance, Inc. - ABIA Terminal Expansion and the Austin Central Library, 512.413.7419 that required attention to detail for a smooth execution. • ARCHITECT I Jay Barnes - BGK Architects - 512.796.7133 Round Rock Public Library Proposed Personnel 59 Oswald Nixon, Brandon Pappas and Christine Giap - Bill Higgins - As the General Superintendent over both This trio comes straight to this project after working the Austin City Library and the Kalahari Resort projects, together at the Kalahari Resort project over the last 30 Bill contributes immense value to the team. Bill has months. All three have been integral members of the worked with every member of our proposed team hotel portion of the project and interfaced on a daily throughout his career. In addition, Bill formed a strong basis with Owner, architect, Hensel Phelps field team and working relationship with City of Round Rock's Chief city authorities. Oswald's energy and work ethic are the Building Official, Mark Remmert, as well as Oncor's Sr perfect combination to lead the office team in keeping New Construction Manager, Jim Krumnow. up with administrative compliance, documenting the project with detail and accuracy and ensuring the right Asheesh Bajaj - Library Liaison Ash Bajaj served as materials arrive at the right time. the project manager on the Austin City Library and is available to serve as a resource during early planning stages or on an as-needed basis to aid Kirby and Luke with any lessons learned from the Austin project. cr z c O z z U Q I z l z (3 OurTeam'su z z0 w w EE > '> 0 ai I— O 1-- z Q ! Project r _c, U Y W� w= U O= zW z i U III! (w z � fffi w- < LJ -cc_O U1 0, I < 1 Q DWIGHT RUNKEL.S, =1RO.JECT ExECUTh JE • • BILL HIGGINS,G=.{ EPA'_ • KIRBY KUNTZ, MANAGER • LUKE SKOGMAN, PR``SECT SUPER%TFNDE'T • • • WILLIAM UV LSO f N, ON:RETE 9.)PERINTENDE N • • • • OS IALD NIXON JR O.i CT ENC:.E z • • • JASON BUTTERFIELD AREA SUPS Y TE NDENT • • • • DAREN MIELES, BRANDON PAPPAS,o- • CHRISTINE GIAP, > -C ENG • • SARA LOZANO SANCHEZ, DEN E • • ASHEESH BAJAJ,LIBRARY • ERIK LARUE, ROUND ROCK:_'/SC.' • • • • Round Rock Public Library Proposed Personnel 60 .* -I-_.;.--- - -- - -14t.-st.4-:;__-;_fa.:,_,,,,-.J;i,_ --------1"-' ' - --;;:.--•-:--- - -- ---_--- 400- ti 4.-- -.Nr-:--:-.:77 -° ° W,7-214''T.:1-j-11171..,_*"'"ii'', '- a x 411111140. a :/1: z IYI ' 1 '3- ti" 4 ' , - .„----z-kkt:','117;f1V*-„, , , 1 !i 1 6 PROP ts D PLAN , , i ,,,,,Ir . 1 , ,, ,„_._..„ ,, : ' - - '4 4 I 4 .: , ,,,, ,,, ,,,,;,, 4 pf d 6.1 Describe your proposal work plan for this ' _ O''', 4 ',,,,:;, --!- 'Ll , i project. Our work plan for this project is simple. Our proposed Tree) plan allows for flexibility and efficiency. Please refer , �° Plan included on the and to our proposed Site Utilization P n proceed in a following page. As discussed in the response to Question counterclockwise 7.1, this project has several unique risks: the monarch 44 ) , -.' . ,,,, V tree and overheadpower lines on 3 sides are two direction. When the E our Construction library skin is approximately - . !' identified risks that have helped shape50% complete, we begin the Execution Plan (CEP). Our CEP uses a tower crane, which skin. MEP and finish-out may be more expensive than a conventional crane. garage We selected a tower crane because it provides more activities begin on Level 1 of the library and proceed to Level 2, then Level 3. The parking flexibility to work around both the monarch tree as well as anypotential delays encountered bythe Northeast garage contains less MEP and finish-out work, thus y the garage finishes will be completed ahead of the library Downtown (NEDT) Revitalization project.The tower finishes. We plan to develop a collaborative punchlist / crane provides the flexibility to receive deliveries on any turnover plan with the Owner and design team and to side of the project. Our preferred delivery/staging area perfect this plan in the parking garage.This will allow us is On EY. Libertycoo Ave.; however, our CEP gives us the ability to fullcooperate and coordinate with the NEDT project to be more efficient on the finish-intensive library. p by receiving deliveries on other streets. 6.2 Describe your construction management Our CEP was also developed based on our Good approach and ability to coordinate work with all Neighbor policy. Our goal is to create as little impact on subcontractors and suppliers in order to meet the our neighbors and surrounding businesses as possible. deadlines established in the submittal construction In order to best accomplish this, our site utilization plan schedule calls for all construction traffic heading to the site to use Our construction management approach is simple. We E. Austin St. and all construction traffic leaving the site will have a well-developed Project Execution Plan (PEP) to use E. Liberty Ave. In addition, we will contractually which includes a detailed CPM schedule, a detailed require all trade partners to enforce that all construction BIM execution plan, a detailed submittal plan, a detailed parking shall be at 500 N. Mays St. or in designated project safety plan and a detailed quality control plan. We spaces along N. Sheppard St. We will NOT allow parking will contractually obligate every selected trade partner in the surrounding neighborhood surface streets. to these plans. We will then run the project in a safe and efficient manner that allows every trade partner to In general, we are building this project following a north- be safe and efficient. We will hold every trade partner to-south and west-to-east pattern. Work in the library accountable to meeting their commitments. We will is the critical path. Excavation starts in the NW corner of utilize our large array of tools to allow, encourage and/or the library and completes in the SE corner of the parking cause all trade partners to be successful on this project. garage. Foundation and slab-on-grade activities follow The City of Round Rock Public Library project is too this sequence. We then complete the structural concrete important a project to allow any one trade partner's poor activities for the library before starting the parking garage performance to derail it. structure.This allows for efficient use of resources and minimized construction traffic to and from the site. Once work begins, the hallmark to our success will be weekly trade partner coordination meetings and As soon as the library structure tops out, we start skin implementing and enforcing Hensel Phelps' Six-Step activities in the library's NE corner (next to the Monarch Quality Control / Safety Process and Safety Programs. Round Rock Public Library Proposed Plan 61 Hensel Phelps' on-site Project Superintendent Luke 6.3 Describe your ability to complete the project Skogman will manage and ensure high quality through within the schedule taking into account existing a systematic approach. We involve both the Owner and commitments. design professionals in this process. The project team The answer to this question is simple. Hensel Phelps ensures that our trade partners fully understand both does not and will not take on work that we do NOT have the requirements of the Round Rock Public Library the capacity to complete per the Owner's schedule. Prior project specifications and the quality of installation to deciding to pursue a project or not, we evaluate the expectation for each definable feature of their work. Owner's anticipated schedule and overlay that with our The team significantly reduces the potential for re- available resources. We look at the other projects that we work and elevates the overall quality of the work, have under contract and we also look at other potential allowing for a streamlined punchlist and acceptance projects. If the project does not fit within our available phase. An additional benefit of this approach is that the and forecasted capacity, we will pass on the project. We Hensel Phelps team can ensure a smooth hand-off and have completed such a study on this project and found minimize warranty issues. it fits very nicely into our available capacity and company goals. Additionally, in line with Hensel Phelps' strict approach to scheduling, the project team does not allow our We follow this same approach when selecting trade trade partners to use float due to capacity or manpower partners. We require every trade partner to submit their issues. If a trade partner falls behind due to their own current and forecasted backlog overlaid against the actions, we manage them and demand they do whatever current project's schedule. Once we have concluded a it takes to recover without the use of the project's float trade partner has the capacity to successfully complete or compensation. Effective resource management is the project, only then do we analyze their bid. Obviously, another way to ensure the float remains consistent and in the very dynamic construction industry this process incremental milestones are reasonable. is circular, thus we require every trade partner with a subcontract value greater than $50,000 to provide a Training our employees and trade partners is part of payment and performance bond. the culture of Hensel Phelps. The resources required to provide this training are invaluable. All employees, both 6.4 Describe your ability to identify and resolve Hensel Phelps and trade partners, will attend an on-site, potential issues, delays, etc. project-specific safety and health orientation and are The best way to resolve issues is to identify them as required to pass an exam prior to starting work. potential risks early and collaboratively develop a risk mitigation plan to prevent the issue from coming to fruition. _ Every construction project is comprised of three critical Q 0 team members: the Owner, the Designer and the Builder. f Hensel Phelps fundamentally believes we all need to fulfill our Top Transportation Completed Garages �� respective responsibilities and Contractor by ENR in the Austin-Area �� hold each other accountable in a collaborative "Project First"approach. During preconstruction, our team will develop a Risk Management Tool (RMT). We will solicit input Hensel Phelps is committed to new technology from both the Owner and design and strategies when it comes to creating a safer team when identifying project parking garage with your community in mind. risks. We will review the RMT periodically with all parties to ensure all risks are managed and progressing to a satisfactory resolution. DC).§ We have many tools that help Parking Garages us continually monitor project Nationwide , progress. We use online Project Management software to monitor submittals due from Round Rock Public Library Proposed Plan 63 trade partners and due back from the design HENSEL PHELPS' LEADERSHIP INSPIRED professionals and the Owner. We will use CPM THE ENTIRE TEAM TO ACHIEVE OUR schedules and daily task assignments to monitor time. We also use cutting-edge technology g GOAL WE FINISHED such as laser scanning and drones to monitor SCHEDULE, ON BUDGET, WITH EXCELLENT progress and accuracy of installed work. We laserscan major concrete decksprior to placingQUALITY# WHILE MAINTAINING concrete and compare installed work against A SAFE AND ENJOYABLE the construction model. Any discrepancies are corrected prior to placing concrete. WORKPLACE FOR THE ENTIRE Despite the myriad of sophisticated tools that we PROJECT. WE HAVE A use to monitor and identify potential issues, we find good clear communication between us, the GREAT TRAC}( RECORD ON design team and the Owner is our most successful tool to resolve potential issues. Our Project MULTIPLE PROJECTS Manager will be the Project Champion. It is his WITH HENSEL responsibility to work with the project team to PHELPS ! identify and solve issues while they are still small - Denise McElroy issues. Senior Manager, Southwest Airlines William P. Hobby International Expansion Project 6.5 Describe your back up/contingency plan for any unanticipated delays. At some point, the flow of work on every project approach significantly reduces time and effort during the is impacted by circumstances which were not identified final inspection phases, and also integrates a review of in the initial development of the construction execution safety concurrently with quality, giving the City of Round plan. Our ability to react to these issues and maintain Rock the assurance that the project is getting the best forward momentum is what sets Hensel Phelps apart value.The key to a high-quality end product is to begin from our competition. with quality emphasis at receipt of the Notice to Proceed (NTP). Moreover, the project team's ability to access all Methods for schedule recovery can take many forms. of the information in the field via ProjectSight (Mobile) By managing the project to the early dates from the from each step of the process allows for real-time outset and buying our schedule expectations up front as information, ensuring the highest quality is achieved. A we described above,we effectively reduce a few of the brief description of each step in our Quality Process is variables which lead to the need for schedule recovery. provided below: Specific methods we utilize to aid in schedule recovery are: Step 1: Purchasing Meeting /Subcontractor Interview • Production analysis - Filming an operation using This is the first step of the process for Definable Features time-lapse photography to identify opportunities to of Work (DFOW) that are to be installed by trade partners. increase efficiency and production The primary purpose of this meeting is to procure a • Targeted shift work complete scope of work, thereby eliminating any future • Re-sequencing / Course corrections — Relying on scope gaps. This meeting is attended by the trade our contingency plans developed early in the project partner's Ownership team. • Overtime Step 2: Pre-Mobilization Meeting 6.6 Describe your quality control program. Explain The primary objective of the Pre-Mobilization Meeting the methods used to ensure quality control during is to explain the quality process to the trade partner's the construction phase of the project. Provide project management team and obtain firm commitments specific examples of how these techniques or on dates for deliverables. procedures were used from any of three (3) projects listed in response to Section 3. Experience. Step 3: Preparatory Meeting Hensel Phelps' Quality Assurance Program sets the A Preparatory Meeting is held one to two weeks prior project team apart from its competition. The systematic to the start of each DFOW. The purpose of this meeting approach consists of a six-step process that gives is to ensure that the foreman directly supervising the specific directives for each definable feature of work. work understands the requirements of the contract The fundamental goal of this process is to focus the documents. At this meeting, the contract drawings and team's efforts on planning and preparation in order to specifications are reviewed along the manufacturer's install the work correctly the first time. This proactive installation instructions.The Area Hazard Analysis Round Rock Public Library Proposed Plan 64 Follow-Up_• Inspection Purchasing Prepatory Meeting Meeting • g } c i 're Mobilization , f Initial Meeting SISS111111111:, 9 Inspection ' (AHA) is also reviewed to ensure that the foreman Example #1: Kalahari Hotel has considered the safety requirements in this pre- installation meeting. This meeting is repeated if the trade , partner foreman is replaced or if quality issues arise. =- b ., _ b« 4 Ste 4: Initial Inspection a i�� '` � � a i �]- a a '� p p Av,. '4 ,4, ■ to w. The Initial Inspection establishes the quality standard and t„_ � -} • ', assures that the crew understands the correct installation ' °` -,. 4: ,' '--,.:--4- , validates � ` ���`'� methods and the required finished product, and a `,. , y ,_, Ari the AHAprocedures are adequate, understood and being ''"� , q utilized. Owner and design team members attend these ' _ �-� , inspections as necessary. - Step 5: Follow-up Inspection Once the installation crew understands the The Hotel at Kalahari included prefabricated bathroom requirements, the production work should only require pods that were manufactured off site and then trucked periodic Follow-up Inspection.These inspections should to the project. Our team adjusted our entire Six-Step be based upon the guidelines and criteria established in Quality/Safety Process to include both the Initial the Initial Inspection step. and Follow-up Inspections (Steps 4 Er 5) at the plant throughout the life of the bathroom pod assembly. Step 5: Final Acceptance We included a pre-trucking inspection to make sure The Final Acceptance step occurs at the conclusion of tile work and finishes were intact before departing the the DFOW.The Final Inspection must be performed prior facility and then a post-installation inspection to confirm to the installation crew's demobilization from the work that no shifting or wracking had occurred during the area. shipping and hoisting process that could have negatively impacted the bathroom pod finishes. As a result, our As a part of the commissioning and closeout process, team has inspection reports covering the life of the the punchlist process is initiated and utilized following manufactured product as well as video recordings of Hensel Phelps'final acceptance. The project team, the inside of the bathroom pods before and after being including the Owner, A/E team and Hensel Phelps will installed. Minor cosmetic issues were discovered in some determine the best method for reviewing and signing off instances and it was easy to revert to the inspection on these items. documentation to determine in what step in the overall process it had occurred. Round Rock Public Library Proposed Plan 65 Example #2: Dell Medical School all trades that are involved with the slab. During the review of all approved submittals, the electrical floor � � ���� boxes for the elevated slab were discussed and it was - ` is* ,4.� -� - ,_�� ��110 i discovered that the specified boxes, which had already € l 1F fwould not maintain the been submitted and approved, 4 fire rating that was required for the concrete deck. In '' `I 'ii 3 'II II r , i 14! that very meeting, the manufacturer was called and a ri i :� k, -- new product that did meet all the requirements was tentatively selected. ' Ifirriv-r-- —•..., -,. 4._ - ....„ ,..--at, ,. 6.7 Describe how your quality control team will measure the qualityof constructionperformed �- by ` '` .. Subcontractors on this project, and how will you l all aspects of the work, includingaddress non-conforming work. Our team fully modeled Our Six-Step Quality/Safety Program is enforced for all underground utilities, in an effort to avoid any clashes in subcontractors. The program holds the craftperson to the field. The decision to model all temporary elements the required specifications as a measure of acceptance. had been made at an early stage in the project, were Hensel Phelps will never defend poor quality. Through included in the project's Quality Control and BIM our process, we will correct any identified quality Execution Plans and had been purchased properly from problem on our own without argument or the need for all trades. On most projects, temporary construction direction.The ultimate measure of quality is to meet or power feeds are not shown in the contract documents exceed the project requirements. Our Hensel Phelps as they are included as means and methods by the Six-Step Quality/ Safety Program gives specific directives contractor to deliver power to material hoists or tower for each definable feature of work. Any non-conforming cranes. Even though these were temporary in nature, work will be brought up to specification and to City of our team elected to model the underground temporary Round Rock's satisfaction. These items are tracked on a power feeds to ensure they would not impact any of the deficiency log to indicate their need for correction.This permanent building installations, including grade beams log is then communicated during Owner/Arc hitect/ and drilled piers that were yet to be installed. While the Contractor (OAC) meetings to ensure the entire team site was only a building pad, our team performed an is made aware of the issues requiring correction. Each Initial Inspection (Step 4) on the temporary power feeds, item is tracked continuously until corrective action is checking their locations back to the coordinated model complete and the item is closed. and shop drawings. It was discovered that the electrician had installed the conduits at a shallower elevation which would be in the path of future grade beams.The conflict was conveyed to the electrician and they were able to relocate the conduits prior to them being backfilled, saving money and time. Example #3: Round Rock Convention Center wi - - ,,,-~ ,,,,---,„-,7:.,'„?:*7-,!----,*,-f--:,*,„,,,,,,,,-- , -,,, .-- ,:-, ,,,-1,,,,,,,,,,,A,:x,ife,,,--„1?,:--,-;--',,-,'?- ''',11'S<:--7-4,-'-7:- .:,i,',-tit'',71,-,_:- .„ _. _ , N74,-:-,,— - '-- ; f.„' ::::*'*-',„•*::,-7:-_;:',. '''''''''''''[''''' —- 71:-----:-s i ,_ - -..ti , ''',,, 1'.., a- .. -1 1 a• ■a e i , During a Preparatory Meeting (Step 3) for the concrete scope at the Convention Center, the slab-on-grade operation and all embedded elements were reviewed prior to the commencement of any concrete operations. As part of that Preparatory Meeting, the slab-on-metal deck operation was reviewed by the team including Round Rock Public Library Proposed Plan 66 6.8 Provide complete construction schedule assuming a notice to proceed will be provided within 120 days of bid opening (actual notice to proceed will be a different date). Schedule should reflect the proposed duration but shall not exceed the construction schedule in the Instructions to Proposers Section 1.21.A. Hensel Phelps has provided a CPM schedule for the Round Rock Public Library project within the following pages. Please note, we believe this project should be fully constructed in 18 months from Construction Notice to Proceed (CNTP) to Substantial Completion (SC). Included in this 18-month schedule is the Owner-Furnished Owner-Installed work such as Telecommunications,An/V (except exposed equipment) and Security. We anticipate 1 month from S.0 to Final Completion to complete minor punchlist items and work through any Owner/ Building Operator questions. All required Owner training and commissioning is included prior to SC. We anticipate loose owner furniture and installation of exposed A/V equipment (TVs, screens, etc.) will be installed after SC. Tne future beongs to the ,.- .. 0 ,:: „,,7„ -,- , .. veo -.----e -;--= 11 4 i_ 41 '1 4)4 try: 0 ig% -k, ri ' y 1, .v.. / -0 '.;:.' e) -John C. Maxwe s ....„......., ,0P, .,.., ,,. ..... .....1 ,, ,, ,. ,., ,,, , ,., . _, sm. k s. „ I'. °- '' Vii7,11111.1 _ , mow� a ..;� � -.' i r ems, '4‘-e.t:''' 4;2-:-,1'-, 1 ---- . 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On the Round Rock Public s conveyed Library project, our team has identified three unique by the . ,_ risks: 1) the Monarch Tree, 2) existing overhead utility city at the pre- lines on three sides and 3) a significant amount of proposal meeting. Owner-Managed Owner-Installed work. We are uniquely qualified to develop creative solutions to The Monarch Tree - Based o a review of the design } or la the Round Rock Public Library documents and existing conditions, it seems obvious that project to proceed if the NEDT project is d a significant portion of this project has beendesigned g delayed. We believe this is the largest risk facing around The Monarch Tree. We applaud the city s this project. approach to preserving this tree. As part of our bidding process, we have laser scanned the site and overlayed the T architectural model. Please refer to Figure 1 As can be - seen, this tree will require a significant amount of pruning -- / 3 in order to safelyand efficiently. construct the project. .; We look forward to working with the City Arborist to determine when and how this pruning will occur. --. -• • : 4 -,.;At 1 I , . s , , , , .. , , , -- ;.:,, _,, T . -am .....,.., -.-- - - , . `` � .g a �.r - , . -T_: :7k; w r I _ - �� 711114114/ ki - ..,,,,,.--- 74 ,.,,.---:: . Figure2 // :"/ .,:,i - .- ''.k,,,s:\--,.. -,, i,..3.1, ' ''''liallill ,s,..-,-4,-.--:*,----,-; ,,,, N,'--,„ l' 'rl-,-,- ':-.,,,,,,,_ C'tige**I-ISI*itst,- .,,A.,-.. /7 ,-,':1-:-t'' '''''''''','Z.''--4-40i*Wtfk, ; \.„. \ - • .../,r a- a. r,7 • _ _ Figure 1 i - Existing Overhead Utility Lines on 3 Sides - Please ' --Ti, g_ .r - _..__.___.�_ 2-3 depicting our laser scanned .Please of r =- 1-- - '` = _ � .- se e Figures p g g _� � _ �, ' ,R1,� ,� � the site overlayed with the architectural model. When l i ---hill "tea , .:rµ y scaffoldinghas been superimposed, it is clear that the ; project cannot be fully constructed until these utility . . .. _ t h lines are relocated. We have a fair amount of experience __ ___ ._ .,.,,,,,, working with Oncor on the recently completed Kalahari Figure 3 Resort project. Based on that experience, we believe the NEDT project's timeframe is aggressive, which was also Round Rock Public Library Project Schedule 73 Significant Amount of Owner-Furnished Owner- We understand the actual start date will be determined Installed Work (OFOI) — We understand that our scope by a Notice to Proceed (NTP) and we also understand includes raceways and pathways for OFOI work and the City of Round Rock Building Construction Division these raceways and pathways are conceptually shown plans to present their recommended contractor for this in the contract documents. The key to success will be project to City Council in February 2021. We recommend the complete and transparent BIM coordination process. the City issue a preconstruction NTP as soon as possible We realize some of this scope has yet to be designed after the Mayor signs this contract. This will allow valuable and that technology rapidly changes with these scopes. preconstruction time to coordinate our Construction A piece of equipment that is available today may change Execution Plan with the NEDT project's progress and in shape/size by the time the product is to be installed in adjust our plan / develop contingency plans should the future. We will work with each Owner contractor to the NEDT project encounter delays.This will also allow ensure their scope is completely and adequately reflected us to lock-in trade partner pricing and begin our BIM in the various BIM models. Where final products have and submittal process. This will allow for a faster, more not been selected, our BIM Execution Plan will require productive preconstruction meeting. the project team to make assumptions based on the best available information. Our project schedule will also 7.3 Does the stipulated time effect cost of project? incorporate late date milestones in order to reconfirm If so, please explain and explain methodology to with the appropriate Owner contractor the accuracy of suggested time cost savings. this information in the construction coordination model. Since the proposal documents allow for a shorter This risk will be mitigated through our team-oriented BIM construction schedule, we were able to provide an process. optimal schedule and avoided adding approximately 2.3 months of General Conditions expenses. 7.2 Does the stipulated time of up to six hundred and ten (610) calendar days seem reasonable for 7.4 Describe the scheduling techniques, including this project? any scheduling or project management software, Yes, we believe the optimal duration for this project is five you would employ on this project. What other hundred forty-eight (548) calendar days. This duration projects will your organization be starting during is measured from NIP to Substantial Completion. We while this project is starting? anticipate approximately 1 month from Substantial Completion to Final Completion.Thus, our proposal is We would like to use Asta Powerproject (Asta) for CPM based on a schedule that is approximately 2.3 months scheduling. We understand section 013200 Construction faster than the maximum allowable time. Progress Documentation of the General Requirements requires us to use Microsoft Project scheduling software. The bidding documents require us to hold our price for We can and will comply if this is a requirement as 120 days from bid day. Bid day is November 17, 2020 and evidenced by our proposal schedule. We developed the after 120 days, expires on March 17, 2021. March 17, 2021 proposal schedule using Microsoft Project; however, is the early construction start date provided by the city we believe Asta is a better, more robust software for during the pre-proposal Meeting. The city also provided a construction scheduling. start date of April 14, 2021 and a late start date of May 19, 2021 during the pre-proposal Meeting. We look forward We will also use Four-Week Rolling Schedules, Short to working with the city to determine the optimal start Interval Production Schedules (SIPS) and Graphical date for the project. Schedules. All of these scheduling tools will tie back 1/0/1/a/1 / fiC43st V 19144, 6Ems, Qi/a4A/s0Pi 14' Go Gx_'Lve 0ti02 ZiO -Walter Cronkite Round Rock Public Library Project Schedule 74 to the Master CPM Schedule and are used strategically more of a language designed for an elevated form of to more efficiently manage/communicate with trade communication. The process encourages creativity partners, the design team and the Owner-managed and provides the opportunity for team members to work. understand and bring value to the project early by channeling the energy of the team to communicate Four-Week Rolling Schedule: This schedule addresses through BIM to deliver more than a coordinated 3D every work activity and can be broken down into half-day model and provide data that brings value to the project, increments, making it ideal for planning daily work in the building and the Owner. field. It will be monitored for conformance, adjusted daily and reviewed in weekly foreman meetings and project As changes do occur through the life of the construction team meetings. process, we have a variety of effective tools that ensure the documentation being delivered is correct. Specially, we utilize augmented reality solutions to validate Short Interval Productions Schedules (SIPS): Used to installation from control or deploy laser scanners to guarantee efficiency of repetitive work sequences, SIPS as-built installed work. If deviations are found, we break down any activity into easily manageable and then direct the controlling trade partner to update trackable increments, such as work activities, manpower, their items in the model so that it can be reflected in trends, bid packages, buyout schedules and time spent the final as-built set. If there are changes to equipment gathering tools and materials, cleaning up and moving and the properties associated with those assets, those between work areas. By creating a repetitive and are changed as well. All data associated with those productive cycle and removing hurdles, SIPS make it assets are then allocated, embedded, and cataloged for easy to predict work durations and communicate the transmission.Additionally, the data is then enhanced as repetitive tasks to foremen and other stakeholders. we go through the commissioning process to include the supplementary information required for maintenance Graphical Schedules: Graphical schedules will be used and warranty thus ensuring a smoother transition into for specific CPM activities to enhance planning and stabilized occupancy. scheduling and to track manpower, production and equipment needs. These schedules are used to evaluate These philosophies and action plans coincide well with project phasing, site utilization, site access and the the stated requirements for RRPL in exceeding the Level sequence of construction. They have also proven to of Development standards and we will seek to define be extremely valuable in the communication of site the full list of equipment attributes requested so that the conditions to trade partners and clients in addition to models can be set up early with all parameters. coordination with other prime contractors on complex projects.Additionally, graphical schedules have been Currently, no other projects are anticipated to be starting successfully used to convey detailed information in a in the March-May 2021 timeframe in Hensel Phelps' format that is easier to "digest" for public or Owner/ Southwest District. However, as explained question 6.3, if Client use. any additional projects should be awarded to this District, this project will NOT be impacted. We have the capacity Our preferred Project Management software is to successfully complete this project. ProjectSight. ProjectSight is a web-based collaboration tool that helps our team manage submittals, RFIs and 7.5 Has your organization been assessed any other office-related work. We understand that section liquidated damages or other damages for delay on 013100 — Project Management and Coordination of the g g General Requirements requires us to use "Architect's any project during the last five years? If answer is q q web-based Project software". We do not know what yes, identify project and provide details. software PGAL uses and we are happy to use their In 83 years of business, Hensel Phelps has never paid software, if required. However, we find that most design liquidated damages or other damages for delays on any professionals prefer us to do this. We have other project. software used for specific tasks, such as Navisworks for clash detection, BIM Track for coordination and Raken for daily reports.This is not an exhaustive list, but rather provides an understanding that we rely heavily on technology to successfully manage our projects. We provide licenses and training for any software that we use that requires other team member's use or input. Hensel Phelps has a long-standing record of performance with Building Information Modeling beyond the baseline use cases for MEP coordination. With Hensel Phelps, BIM is fundamentally less of a technology and Round Rock Public Library Project Schedule 75 By execution hereof the undersigned warrants and represents that the foregoing answers to this Questionnaire are true and correct Signature of Proposed Bradley D.Winans Printed Name of Proposer District Manager/Vice President Title Hensel Phelps Construction Co. Name of Firm 8326 Cross Park Dr.Austin,TX 78754 Address of Firm 512.834.9848 Telephone Number of Firm 512.834.9844 Facsimile Number of Firm Round Rock Public Library 76 Acknowledgement The State of Texas ) County of ),(-(X‘I . ) SUBSCRIBED AND SWORN TO BEFORE ME on this �� � day of the month of indicated. Aover,)\- er. ,20�0,in the capacity and for the purposes t ' r"Y'•••�;. STEPHANIE KOSSAETH ! 1 4.1t1-.' !A: %\ . S My Nolery Ia#125861913 ! Notary Public,State of Texas ,,+.,¢ Expires October 2,2022 My Commission Expires: Round Rock Public Library 77 ),-,--;-*, ) „ ii::,;:::41,4,fiii; ) ii.0,Air--:*Lk?' ., iiippAil ., 1 e+ .4"' Ili , ,,,s,: , -i,...•'''. '':: 7,,::4, .. j' Iff;_ ' ,,) if i ,...„, ,,,__,,.:, ,L. ,,,,,1174. „...14:, ',1t.,Z-,1Z:747,,,::$2c,.' ' \ . ' ' '' ?,e7`.'!''7.::7:':1 \\ \ , ' 41 t'ti t i I !,^ !� -, \\ lk \` t i.,/,' t tt, i I i . :. . 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Inspiring Performance. r BID BOND THE STATE OF TEXAS KNOW ALL BY THESE PRESENTS: COUNTY OF WILLIAMSON § That Hensel Phelps Construction Co. of the City of Austin County of Travis State of Texas as Principal, and Travelers Casualty and Surety Comm_authorized under the laws of the State of Texas to act as surety on bonds for principals, are held and finnly bound unto the CITY OF ROUND ROCK, TEXAS ("Owner"), in the penal sum of Five Percent (S°/o of the total amount of the Bid of the Principal submitted to the Owner,for the Work described below; for the payment whereof,well and truly to be made, and the said Principal and Surety do herby bind themselves and their heirs, administrators, executors, successors and assigns,,jointly and severally, as follows: Iii no case shall the liability of the Surety hereunder exceed the sum of C___ Five Percent(5%)of the Total Proposed Contract Sum Dollars( THE CONDITIONS OF THIS OBLIGATION ARE SUCH that, whereas,the Principal has submitted the above-referenced Bid to the Owner, for construction of the Work under the `{Specifications for Construction of City of Round Rock Public Library at Round Rock, TX PpAL Prgiect Number: 1003317 for which Bids are to be opened at the office of Owner on the fit!, day of /Vtvernbe . , 2020 . NOW, THEREFORE, if the Principal is awarded the Contract, and within the time and manner required under the "Instructions to Bidders," after the prescribed forms are presented to her/him for signature,enters into a written Agreement substantially in the form contained in the Bid Documents, in accordance with the Bid, and files the two (2) bonds with the Owner, one to guarantee faithful performance and the other to guarantee payment for labor and materials, then this obligation shall be null and void; otherwise, it shall be and remain in full force and effect. In the event that suit is brought upon this Bond by the Owner and judgment is recovered,said Surety shall pay all costs inclined by the Owner in such suit,including a reasonable attorney=s fee to be fixed by the Court, IN WITNESS WHEREOF,the said Principal and Surety have signed this instrument on this the /7 1-0 day of the month of Notie0theift 20 20 • Hensel Phelps Construction Co. Travelers Casualty and Surety Company Principal Surety Bradley D, Winans t Kelly T. Urwiller Printed Naive Printed Name dor By: p-r 7e By. ' / _ Title:'Vioe-f r6,sident Title: Attorn-1-in-Fact Ad 4 Le 4�ss: 83 Cross Park Drive Address: 0 e Tower Square (----------Aaatti-D(2.a7.1a_LL Hartford=M1 00200 9-2015 Page I Bid Band 00090652 Resident Agent of Surety: 44/9/1.4?-A6 S-JP S ignatur Bridgette S. Jackson Printed Name 1301 E. Collins Blvd. Ste.111 C Street Address Richardson, TX 75081 City, State, Zip Page 2 00200 9 2015 Bid Bond 00090652 Travelers Casualty and Surety Company of America AlliIlik Travelers Casualty and Surety Company TRAVELERS J St, Paul Fire and Marine Insurance Company POWER OF ATTORNEY KNOW ALL MEN BY THESE PRESENTS;That Travelers Casualty and Surety Company of America, Travelers Casualty and Surety Company, and St_ Paul Fire and Marine Insurance Company are corporations duly organized under the laws of the State of Connecticut (herein collectively called the "Companies''),and that the Companies do hereby make,constitute and appoint Kelly T Urwiller of GREELEY , Colorado : their true and lawful Attorney-in-Fact to sign, execute, seal and acknowledge any and all bonds, recognizances, conditional undertakings and other writings obligatory in the nature thereof on behalf of the Companies in their business of guaranteeing the fidelity of persons, guaranteeing the performance of contracts and executing or guaranteeing bonds and undertakings required or permitted in any actions or proceedings allowed by law. IN WITNESS'WHEREOF,the Companies have caused this Instrument to be signed,and their corporate seals to be hereto affixed,this 17th day of January, 2019. ,r- - % "r---N', inNt ‘77vir ! 3 wri-, : e camwt .4 -k. fit? ei. " i • , z#2 ',...,..s7 Slate ofi.tit Connect c� s By!n.. ... City of Hartford ss. Robert L.Rane , enior Vice President On this the 17th day of January,2019, before me personally appeared Robert L. Raney,who acknowledged himself to be the Senior Vice President of Travelers Casualty and Surety company of America,Travelers.Casualty and Surety Company,and St. Paul Fire and Marine Insurance Company,and that he, as slich, being authorized so to do', executed the foregoing instrument for the purposes therein Contained by signing on behalf of said Companies by himself as a duly authorized officer. IN WITNESS WHEREOF.i hereunto set my hand and official seal. ,#' '\ f to�rr 1 My Commission expires the 30th day of June,2021 ► 4Zi..4/ 41 1,1,1%.10 I) Arena P_Nowik,Notary Public 8,tEr# This Power of Attorney is granted under and by the authority of the following resolutions adopted by the Boards of Directors of Travelers Casualty and Surety Company of America,Travelers Casualty and Surety Company, and St.Paul Fire and Marine Insurance Company,which resolutions are now in full force and effect,reading as follows: RESOLVED, that the Chairman, the President, any Vice Chairman,any Executive Vice President, any Senior Vice President, any Vice President, any Second Vice President,the Treasurer,any Assistant Treasurer, the Corporate Secretary or any Assistant Secretary may appoint Attorneys-in-Fact and Agents to act for and on behalf of the Company and may give such appointee such authority as his or her certificate of authority may prescribe to sign with the Company's name and seal with the Company's seal bonds,recognizances,contracts of indemnity,and other writings obligatory in the nature of a bond,recognizance,or conditional undertaking,and any of said officers or the Board of Directors at any time may remove any such appointee and revoke the p*er given hit»or her;and It is FURTHER RESOLVED, that the Chairman, the President, any Vice Chairman, any Executive Vice President, any Senior Vice President or any Vice President may delegate all or any part of the foregoing authority to one or more officers or employees of this Company, provided that each such delegation is in writing and a copy thereof is filed in the office of the Secretary:and it is FURTHER RESOLVED, that any bond, recognizance, contract of indemnity, or writing obligatory in the nature of a bond, recognizance, or conditional undertaking shall be valid and binding upon the Company when (a)signed by the President, any Vice Chairman, any Executive Vice President, any Senior Vice President or any Vice President, any Second Vice President, the Treasurer. any Assistant Treasurer, the Corporate Secretary or any Assistant Secretary and duly attested and sealed with the Company's seal by a Secretary or Assistant Secretary; or(b)duly executed (under seal, if required)by one Or more Attorneys-in-Fact and Agents pursuant to the power prescribed in his or her certificate or their certificates of authority or by one or more Company officers pursuant to a written delegation of authority;and it is FURTHER RESOLVED,_that the signature of each of the following officers:President,any Executive Vice President,any Senior Vice President,any Vice President,any Assistant Vice President,any Secretary,any Assistant Secretary,and the seal of the Company may be affixed by facsimile to any Power of Attorney or ko any certificate relating thereto appointing Resident Vice Presidents,Resident Assistant Secretaries or Attorneys-in-Fact for purposes only of executing and attesting bends and undertakings and other writings obligatory in the nature thereof,and any such Power of Attorney or certificate bearing such facsimile signature or facsimile seal shall be valid and binding upon the Company and any such power so executed and certified by such facsimile signature and facsimile seal shall be valid and binding on the Company in the future with respect to any bond or understanding to which it is attached, i, Kevin E. Hughes, the undersigned, Assistant Secretary of Travelers Casualty and Surety Company of America, Travelers Casualty and Surety Company,and St. Paul Fire and Marine Insurance Company,do hereby certify that the above and foregoing is a true and correct copy of the Power of Attorney executed by said.Companies,which remains in full force and effect. Dated this 11' day of NOtifffibek 2.42.0 ,,,emu ai ,,,,,r dye r,'. c� � t 1:‘,:ffemr\ ( HIM F+'1tr,, : p71I'1 5 COWL 2 •1,. COI ti. g A au tir `` • 11�� "' 0.4 14 *� £nE�hl� astag Secretary To verify the authenticity of this Power of Attorney,please call us at l r800-421-8880. Please refer 0tie above-named Attorney-in-Fact and the details of the bond to which this Power of Attorney Is attached 00300 PROPOSAL FORM Request for Competitive Sealed Proposals for Construction Services PROPOSAL FORM PROJECT NAME: Round Rock Public Library PROJECT LOCATION: 200 East Liberty Ave,Round Rock,TX 78664 PROJECT OWNER: City of Round Rock,Texas DATE: November 17, 2020 PROPOSER: Firm Name: Hensel Phelps Construction Co. Principal Office Address: 8326 Cross Park Dr. Austin, TX 78754 Telephone Number: 512.834.9848 Facsimile Number: 512.834.9844 Primary Contact Name: Bradley D. Winans Primary Contact Title: District Mana.er /Vice President ADDENDA ACKNOWLEDGMENT: The undersigned Proposer acknowledges receipt of the following addenda: Addendum No. 1 dated 10.30,20 Date Received 10.30.20 Addendum No.2 dated 1L11.20 Date Received 11.11.20 Addendum No.3 dated 11.12.20 Date Received 11.12.20 NO MODIFICATIONSLADDITIONS,DELETIONS OR ATTACHMENTS SHALL BE MADE TO THIS PROPOSAL FORM. IN SUBMITTING THIS PROPOSAL THE PROPOSER REPRESENTS THAT ALL LABOR MATERIALS E UIPMENT AND SERVICES ASSOCIATED WITH THE WORK, AS WELL AS THE TERMS AND CONDITIONS OF THE PROPOSED CONTRACT, SHALL SE IN STRICT CONFORMANCE WITH THE CONTRACT DOCUMENTS ON WHICH THIS PROPOSAL IS BASED. CONTRACTOR PROPOSES: In response to the Request for Competitive Sealed Proposals for Construction Services for the execution of the work described by the contract documents for the above-described project, and having examined the site where the work is to be performed,and being familiar with local conditions as they might in any way affect the cost and/or time for execution of the work, and having carefully examined all of the contract documents and addenda thereto, the undersigned Proposer agrees to perform all of the work, to provide all services,to furnish all necessary superintendence,labor,machinery,equipment,tools,materials, insurance and miscellaneous items, including transportation and other facilities as may be required for the complete and satisfactory and timely execution of the work for which this proposal is submitted,as provided by the attached supplemental specifications and as shown on the plans for the construction of the project, all for the lump-sum consideration stated as follows: TOTAL PROPOSED CONTRACT SUM to include Allowances(reference Specification Section 012100) TOTAL PROPOSED CONTRACT SUM: rl I LL-I01`‘ FAV-t-kuNIN-.6) l�►������ �� ollars($ LICIO t00() ) PROPOSED ALTERNATE COSTS: Alternate No. 1: Contractor to include as an alternate price to the Total Proposed Contract Amount the cost to-AHB-the following: TOTAL ALTERNATE No. l SUM: 1Ni TW )SPb OLL} 000s Dollars($ 251 � VOLUNTARY ALTERNATE SUM: (Attach description on separate sheet if needed) Dollars ($ The undersigned Proposer agrees to commence work within ten (10) days after the date of written "Notice to Proceed." The undersigned Proposer further agrees to complete the work in full within six hundred ten(610)calendar days after the date of the written"Notice to Proceed," subject to any extensions of time allowed by the contract documents,and in phases as indicated on the drawings. The undersigned Proposer and the Owner agree that for each and every calendar day on which the work, or any portion thereof,remains incomplete after the stated calendar-day period,the Proposer shall pay the amount of Five Thousanc!Dollars($5,000.00)per calendar day as liquidated damages,not as a penalty but for delay damages to the Owner. Such amount shall be deducted by the Owner from any payment due to the Proposer. The undersigned Proposer agrees that this proposal shall be good for and may not be withdrawn for a period of one hundred twenty(120)calendar days after closing deadline for receiving proposals. The undersigned Proposer agrees,if notified of the acceptance of this proposal within one hundred twenty (120)days of the time set for opening of proposals,to execute and deliver to the Owner within five (5) days from the date of such notification the required construction contract, a performance bond and a payment bond for the total amount of the construction agreement, and a certificate of insurance, all as stipulated in the contract documents. The undersigned Proposer agrees to attach to this proposal a certified check, cashier's check or proposal bond in the amount of five percent(5%)of the total proposed contract sum. Also accompanying this proposal is all information required in the"Instruction to Proposers." It is understood and agreed by and between the parties that the proposal security accompanying this proposal will be returned to the Proposer, except in the following instance: in the event of acceptance of this proposal, if the Proposer fails to execute the required construction agreement and deliver the required performance and payment bonds within five (5) days after acceptance, then the proposal security shall become the property of the Owner and shall be considered as liquidated damages for the delay and other inconveniences suffered by the Owner because of such failure of the Proposer. The undersigned Proposer acknowledges that the Owner reserves the right to reject any and/or all proposals covered in this Request for Competitive Sealed Proposals and that the Owner has the right to waive any informalities and/or defects in proposals or to accept such proposals as it shall deem to be in the best interests of the Owner. In submitting this proposal, the Proposer represents that no person or company other than the Proposer listed below or otherwise indicated hereinafter has any interest whatsoever in this proposal or the construction agreement that may be entered into as a result hereof. The undersigned Proposer certifies that the proposed contract sum and all prices contained in this proposal have been carefully checked and are submitted as correct and final. The undersigned Proposer further certifies that the unit prices have been shown in words and figures for each item listed in this proposal; and it is understood and agreed that,in the event of a discrepancy,the words shall govern. The undersigned Proposer affirms that she/he/they are duly authorized to execute this proposal,and that this company, corporation, firm, partnership, and/or individual has not prepared this proposal in collusion with any other Proposer. The undersigned Proposer affirms that the content of this proposal as to prices, terms, and conditions has not been communicated by the undersigned nor by any agents or employees of the undersigned to any other person engaged in this type of business, prior to the official public opening of this proposal. This Proposal Form shall be signed by the Proposer as follows: J. Sole Proprietorship: Signature of sole proprietor in the presence of a notary public who will also sign and affix seal, printed name, and printed title (if any). Insert the printed words "Sole Proprietor"under the signature. K. Partnership or Joint Venture: Signature of all partners or joint venturers in the presence of a notary public who will also sign and affix seal,printed name, and printed title(if any). Insert the printed words"Partner"or"Joint Venturer"under each signature. L Corporation: Signature of duly authorized signing officers,printed names,and printed titles. Under each such signature,insert the capacity in which the signing officer acts. Affix the corporate seal. 00010.1111.7 /11111r4 Signatu - of Pr aposer Bradley D. Winans Printed Name of Proposer District Manager /Vice President Title Hensel Phelps Construction Co. Name of Firm 8326 Cross Park Dr. Austin, TX 78754 Address of Firm 512.834.9848 Telephone Number of Firm 512.834.9844 Facsimile Number of Firm [Corporate Seal, if a corporation] ACKNOWLEDGMENT THE STATE OF TEXAS § COUNTY OFTica_V;S SUBSCRIBED AND SWORN TO BEFORE ME on this the i}Ih day of the month of Noveminti- , 2020, in the capacity and for the purposes indicated. C i ;: Notary Ar ALEXANDRA MCCORD Public,State of Texas Notary Public, State of Texas :`44 Comm.Expires 01-12-2024 '�'��*unto�`�`F Notary ID 13049367-9 My Commission Expires: 01//dia0g1./ 00410 STATEMENT OF BIDDER'S SAFETY EXPERIENCE Page 1 00410 8-2014 Statement of Bidder's Safety Experience 00090654 Solicitation Requirements, Contract Forms & Conditions of Contract Statement of Bidder's Safety Experience Section 00410 Bidder must submit a signed Statement of Bidder's Safety Experience form with his Bid; failure to do so will constitute an incomplete Bid that may be rejected. In order to make a responsive Bid, Bidder must provide evidence that it meets minimum OSHA construction safety program requirements, has not been fined by OSHA for any willful safety violations in the past three years, and has a lost time injury rate that doesn't exceed the limits established below. All questions must be answered and data given must be clear and comprehensive. If necessary, questions may be answered on separate attached sheets. Company Name: Hensel Phelps Construction Co. 8326 Cross Park Dr. Austin, TX 78754 512.834.9848 Address: Phone: Bradley D. Winans 01.14.2021 Completed by: Date: • 1. Does the company have a written construction Safety program? EYes 111 No 2. Does the company conduct construction safety inspections? 0 Yes ❑No 3. Does the company have an active construction safety-training program? EYes U No 4. Has the company been fined by OSHA for any willful safety violations in the past UYes 11?1No three years? 5. Does the company have a lost time injury rate of 7.8 for SIC 15,or 7.6 for SIC 16, EiYes Eli No or less over the past three years? Attach the company's OSHA 200/300 logs for the past three years. 6. Does the company or affected subcontractors have competent persons in the following Areas? A. Scaffolding LI Yes LINo UN/A B. Excavation El Yes UNo LI N/A C. Cranes ElYes UNo U N/A D. ElectricalIJYes UNo UN/A E. Fall Protection ❑✓ Yes ❑No ❑N/A F. Confined Spaces El Yes UNo U N/A I hereby certify that the above information is true and correct. Signature Title Vice President Page 1 00410 8-2014 Statement of Bidder's Safety Experience 00090654 00500 STANDARD FORM AGREEMENT City of Round Rock Public Library PGAL Round Rock,Texas 1003317 City of Round Rock, Texas Contract Forms Standard Form of Agreement for Competitive Sealed Proposal: Section 00500 City of Round Rock, Texas Standard Form of Agreement between Owner and Contractor s _ AGREEMENT made as of theta Pit 111 TV)day of-1W in the year 2021. BETWEEN the Owner: City of Round Rock, Texas(hereafter"Owner"or"City") 221 East Main Street Round Rock,Texas 78664 and the Contractor: Hensel Phelps Construction Co. ("Contractor") 8326 Cross Park Drive Austin, Texas 78754 The Project is described as: Round Rock Public Library 200 East Liberty Avenue Round Rock,Texas The Architect is: PGAL, Inc. 2020 LBJ Freeway, Suite 1220 Dallas, Texas 75234 For and in consideration of the mutual terms, conditions and covenants of this Agreement and all accompanying documents between Owner and Contractor, the receipt and sufficiency of which are hereby acknowledged, Owner and Contractor agree as follows: ARTICLE I THE CONTRACT DOCUMENTS The Contract Documents consist of this Agreement, Conditions of the Contract (General, Supplementary and other Conditions), Drawings, Specifications, Addenda issued prior to execution of this Agreement, other documents listed in this Agreement and Modifications issued after execution of this Agreement; these form the Contract and are as fully a part of the Contract as if attached to this Agreement or repeated herein. The Contract represents the entire and integrated agreement between the parties hereto and supersedes prior negotiations, representations or agreements, either written or oral. An enumeration of the Contract Documents, other than Modifications, appears in Article 7. ARTICLE 2 THE WORK OF THIS CONTRACT Contractor shall fully execute the Work described in the Contract Documents, except to the extent specifically indicated in the Contract Documents to be the responsibility of others. ''' '.2402.1 -OS.3 �. • -- -y. _ _ - - --. " • E. . . t . _ . - _ . _ - - • ..- _ _ • -. , _ :•••• •-• r - .. _ - . . . . . . _ . . • - l • •, 1� , ' - - , • • '..• -- • • • • I,. • • - - - • - -- _ - f�f• - - - ' • '` _ 9 - - -- • �.- - , - • • _ - _ .- - ",'_ - - - • • • • � .`-tt ��•,. -ram -_ F�..-, 2- if H.•� �i. G 's,•r . • _ • - ✓ t- • • • - • 1 City of Round Rock Public Library PGAL Round Rock,Texas 1003317 ARTICLE 3 DATE OF COMMENCEMENT; DATE OF SUBSTANTIAL COMPLETION; DATE OF FINAL COMPLETION 3.1 The date of commencement of the Work shall be the date of this Agreement unless a different date is stated below or provision is made for the date to be fixed in a Notice to Proceed issued by Owner. 3.2 The Contract Time shall be measured from the date delineated in the Notice to Proceed. 3.3 Contractor shall commence Work within ten (1Q) calendar days from the date delineated in the Notice to Proceed. 3.4 Contractor shall achieve Substantial Completion of the entire Work no later than Five Hundred Seventy-Eight (578) calendar days from issuance by Owner of Notice to Proceed, subject to adjustments of this Contract Time as provided in the Contract Documents. 3.5 If Contractor fails to achieve Substantial Completion of the Work (or any portion thereof) on or before the date(s)specified for Substantial Completion in the Agreement, Contractor shall pay to Owner, as liquidated damages, the sum of Five Thousand and No/100 Dollars ($5000.00) for each calendar day that Substantial Completion is delayed after the date(s) specified for Substantial Completion. It is hereby agreed that the liquidated damages to which Owner is entitled hereunder are a reasonable forecast of just compensation for the harm that would be caused by Contractor's failure to achieve Substantial Completion of the Work(or any portion thereof)on or before the date(s) specified for Substantial Completion in the Agreement. It is agreed that the harm that would be caused by such failure, which includes loss of expected use of the Project areas, provision of alternative storage facilities and rescheduling of moving and occupancy dates, is one that is incapable or very difficult of accurate estimation. It is hereby agreed that if Substantial Completion of the Work(or any portion thereof) is not achieved on or before thirty (30) days after the date(s) specified for Substantial Completion in the Agreement, liquidated damages shall be the Owner's exclusive remedy for Contractor's delay in lieu of actual damages. The date(s) specified for Substantial Completion of the Work (or any portion thereof) in the Agreement shall be subject to adjustment as provided in the Contract Documents. 3.6 Contractor shall achieve Final Completion of the entire Work no later than thirty (30) days from the date of Substantial Completion. ARTICLE 4 CONTRACT SUM 4.1 Owner shall pay Contractor the Contract Sum in current funds for Contractor's performance of the Contract. The Contract Sum shall be Twenty-Nine Million Seven Hundred Ninety-Six Thousand Eight Hundred Six and No/100 Dollars($29796806.00),subject to additions and deductions as provided in the Contract Documents. 4.2 The Contract Sum is based upon the following alternates which are described in the Contract Documents and are hereby accepted by Owner: N/A ARTICLE 5 PAYMENTS 5.1 PROGRESS PAYMENTS 5.1.1 Based upon Applications for Payment submitted to Architect and Owner by Contractor, and Certificates for Payment issued by Architect and not disputed by Owner and/or Owner's lender, Owner shall make progress payments on account of the Contract Sum to Contractor as provided below, in Article 14 of the City of Round Rock City of Round Rock Public Library PGAL Round Rock,Texas 1003317 General Conditions,and elsewhere in the Contract Documents. 5.1.2 The period covered by each Application for Payment shall be one calendar month ending on the last day of the month. 5.1.3 Provided that an Application for Payment is received by Architect and Owner, and Architect issues a Certificate of Payment not later than the tenth (10th) day of a month, Owner shall make payment to Contractor not later than the tenth (10th) day of the next month. If an Application for Payment is received by Architect and Owner after the application date fixed above, payment shall be made by Owner not later than one month after the Architect issues a Certificate for Payment. 5.1.4 Each Application for Payment shall be based on the most recent schedule of values submitted by Contractor in accordance with the Contract Documents. The schedule of values shall allocate the entire Contract Sum among the various portions of the Work. The schedule of values shall be prepared in such form and supported by such data to substantiate its accuracy as Architect and Owner may require. This schedule, unless objected to by Architect or Owner,shall be used as a basis for reviewing Contractor's Applications for Payment. 5.1.5 Applications for Payment shall warrant the percentage of completion of each portion of the Work as of the end of the period covered by the Application for Payment. 5.1.6 Subject to other provisions of the Contract Documents,the amount of each progress payment shall be computed as provided in Article 14 of the City of Round Rock General Conditions. 5.1.7 Except with Owner's prior written approval, Contractor shall not make advance payments to suppliers for materials or equipment which have not been delivered and stored at the site. 5.2 FINAL PAYMENT 52.1 Final payment, constituting the entire unpaid balance of the Contract Sum, shall be made by Owner to Contractor when: .1 Contractor has fully performed the Contract except for Contractor's responsibility to correct Work, and to satisfy other requirements,if any,which extend beyond final payment;and .2 a final Certificate for Payment has been issued by Architect. 5.2.2 Owner's final payment to Contractor shall be made no later than thirty (30) days after the issuance of Architect's final Certificate for Payment. In no event shall final payment be required to be made prior to thirty (30) days after all Work on the Contract has been fully performed. Defects in the Work discovered prior to final payment shall be treated as non-conforming Work and shall be corrected by Contractor prior to final payment, and shall not be treated as warranty items. ARTICLE 6 TERMINATION OR SUSPENSION 6.1 The Contract may be terminated by Owner or Contractor as provided in Article 15 of the City of Round Rock General Conditions. 6.2 The Work may be suspended by Owner as provided in Article 15 of the City of Round Rock General Conditions. City of Round Rock Public Library PGAL Round Rock,Texas 1003317 ARTICLE 7 ENUMERATION OF CONTRACT DOCUMENTS 7.1 The Contract Documents,except for Modifications issued after execution of this Agreement,are enumerated as follows: 71.1 The Agreement is this executed version of the City of Round Rock, Texas Standard Form of Agreement between Owner and Contractor for Competitive Sealed Proposals,as modified. 7.12 The General Conditions are the "City of Round Rock Contract Forms 00700," General Conditions, as modified. 7.13 The Supplementary,Special,and other Conditions of the Contract are those contained in the Project Manual dated December 8,2020. 7.14 The Specifications are those contained in the Project Manual dated December 8,2020. 7.15 The Drawings,if any,are those contained in the Project Manual dated December 8,2020. 7.16 The Insurance &Construction Bond Forms of the Contract are those contained in the Project Manual dated December 8,2020. 7.1.7 The Notice to Proposers, Instructions to Proposers, Proposal Form, and Addenda, if any, are those contained in the Project Manual dated December 8,2020. 7.18 If this Agreement covers construction involving federal funds, thereby requiring inclusion of mandated contract clauses, such federally required clauses are those contained in the "City of Round Rock Contract Forms 03000,"Federally Required Contract Clauses,as modified. 7.19 Other documents,if any,forming part of the Contract Documents are as follows: Construction Documents Issue for Construction 12/8/2020 and Supplemental to Agreement between Owner and Contractor(attached) ARTICLE 8 MISCELLANEOUS PROVISIONS 8.1 Where reference is made in this Agreement to a provision of any document, the reference refers to that provision as amended or supplemented by other provisions of the Contract Documents. 82 Owner's representative is: Richard Will Building Construction Manager General Services Department 212 Commerce Road Round Rock,Texas 78664 8.3 Contractor's representative is: Kirby A. Kuntz, PhD/Project Manager Hensel Phelps Construction Co. 8326 Cross Park Drive Austin,Texas 78754 84 Neither Owner's nor Contractor's representative shall be changed without ten (10)days'written notice to the other party. 85 Waiver of any breach of this Agreement shall not constitute waiver of any subsequent breach. 8i6 Owner agrees to pay Contractor from available funds for satisfactory performance of this Agreement in accordance with the proposal submitted therefor, subject to proper additions and deductions, all as provided in the City of Round Rock Public Library PGAL Round Rock,Texas 1003317 General Conditions, Supplemental Conditions,and Special Conditions of this Agreement,and Owner agrees to make payments on account thereof as provided therein. Lack of funds shall render this Agreement null and void to the extent funds are not available.This Agreement is a commitment of City of Round Rock's current revenues only. EV Although this Agreement is drawn by Owner, both parties hereto expressly agree and assert that, in the event of any dispute over its meaning or application, this Agreement shall be interpreted reasonably and fairly, and neither more strongly for nor against either party. 88 In accordance with Chapter 2270, Texas Government Code, a governmental entity may not enter into a contract with a company for goods or services unless the contract contains written verification from the company that it: (1)does not boycott Israel; and (2)will not boycott Israel during the term of this contract. The signatory executing this Agreement on behalf of Contractor verifies Contractor does not boycott Israel and will not boycott Israel during the term of this Agreement. 89 This Agreement shall be enforceable in Round Rock, Texas, and if legal action is necessary by either party with respect to the enforcement of any or all of the terms or conditions herein, exclusive venue for same shall lie in Williamson County, Texas. This Agreement shall be governed by and construed in accordance with the laws and court decisions of the State of Texas. 8.10 Both parties hereby expressly agree that no claims or disputes between the parties arising out of or relating to this Agreement or a breach thereof shall be decided by an arbitration proceeding, including without limitation, any proceeding under the Federal Arbitration Act(9 USC Section 1-14)or any applicable state arbitration statute. 811 The parties, by execution of this Agreement, bind themselves, their heirs, successors, assigns, and legal representatives for the full and faithful performance of the terms and provisions hereof. [Signatures on the following page.] This Agreement is entered into as of the day and year first written above and is executed in at least three(3) original copies, of which one is to be delivered to Contractor, one to Architect for use in the administration of the Contract, and the remainder to Owner. OWNER CONTRACTOR CITY OF ROUND ROCK,TEXAS HENSEL PH S CONS RUCTION CO. Printed Name: tV1DPIJ1tJ Printed Name: :9 '•P ( P. 4tAt4 Title: fr'lJO Title: DET •2 ' lit( Date Signed. l2 Date Signed. ATTEST: 2101/' City Clerk FOR CITY,APPROVED AS TO FORM: • w . - AAP y Atto ey - j, •. • • I•• • . r. • _ ,, i -� • . - - = . , .. . • _ _ _ _ . 1:. • ••• .• : - . _ . • • _ . • • . • - ••-• - ••-•'• - - _• - I 7 • . - . „ r. • "f • i' ��� • - .. • 'f- •z.i VFW'. - • �. • • • • • i - --f .. _ ]a� q • - - • • • • • • • • _ t -. • _ w '�►` — • - • • • • i • • ' _ • • - i' - is 7, -" • • • - ' • - - • - - - - - - • • - - _ - - - -• • • _ _ , • •. • - - - ,•, - - - - - - - - - - _,. - • • . - • _ • - • • • • • • . • - i• • •• • - - - • • t{i• - ' • • • 4 _ - - _ •- - • - I• - - - -- Y _ City of Round Rock, Texas Supplemental Information to Standard Form of Agreement between Owner and Contractor Round Rock Public Library Related to Article 4 Contract Sum A.TOTAL CONTRACT SUM(including Owner's Betterment): _$29,796,806.00 B. See attached Exhibit: Scope and Price Descriptions C. All changes to the project represented by a change order or a change directive incurring cost shall be limited to 15% percent (%) of Overhead and Profit generated by Subcontractors and 5% percent(%)Profit/Fee submitted by the General Contractor. Related to Article 8 Miscellaneous Provisions A. Contractors proposed Supervision and Superintendence for the project shall be as specified below and follow the terms and condition set forth in Article 6 of the 00700 General Conditions Project Manager: Kirby Kuntz, Project Manager Assumed work capacity dedicated to project 100 percent (%) Project Engineer: Oswald Nixon Jr.,Project Engineer Assumed work capacity dedicated to project 100 percent (%) Superintendent: Luke Skogman, Superintendent Assumed work capacity dedicated to project 100 percent (%) i-' liF11 • Contractor: WP " Representative Signature: Printed Name: �‘P l't4At4�j' Date Signed: � I Zf?JZ � 00600 INSURANCE AND CONSTRUCTION BOND FORMS BONDS AND INSURANCE INSTRUCTIONS Instruction Sheet 1. Insurance Company must be licensed by State of Texas. 2. Agent signing bonds must be licensed in Texas. 3. Agent signing bonds must have Power of Attorney on behalf of insurance company. 4. If Agent signing bonds has Power of Attorney, but not licensed in Texas, then the bond must be counter-signed by Texas local recording agent. ALL THE ABOVE INFORMATION CAN BE FOUND AT Texas Department of Insurance website www.tdi.state.tx.us 5. Make sure the dollar amount on both Performance and Payment Bonds match the amount of the Agreement&Bid Form Sheet. 6. Both Performance and Payment Bonds should be signed by Authorized Person. If the contractor is a corporation, then it should be signed by the President or the Vice-President. If the contractor is not incorporated, then it may be signed by the Owner. Please state the title of the authorized person. PERFORMANCE BOND Bond No.: 107362780 THE STATE OF TEXAS § § KNOW ALL BY THESE PRESENTS: COUNTY OF WILLIAMSON § That Hensel Phelps Construction Co. of the City of Austin , County of Travis , and State of Texas , as Principal, and Travelers Casualty and Surety Company authorized under the law of the State of Texas to act as surety on bonds for principals, are held and firmly bound unto THE CITY OF ROUND ROCK, TEXAS, (Owner), in the penal sum of Twenty-Nine Million Seven Hundred Ninety-Six Thousand Eight Hundred Six and No/100Dollars ($ 29,796,806.00 ) for the payment whereof, well and truly to be made the said Principal and Surety bind themselves, and their heirs, administrators, executors, successors and assigns,jointly and severally, by these presents: WHEREAS, the Principal has entered into a certain written Agreement with the Owner dated the 2� - dayof (�- , 2021 to which the Agreement is g hereby referred to and made a part hereof as fully and to the same extent as if copied at length herein consisting of: Round Rock Public Library, Round Rock, TX PGAL Project Number: 1003317 (Name of the Project) NOW, THEREFORE, THE CONDITIONS OF THIS OBLIGATION IS SUCH, that if the said Principal shall faithfully perform said Agreement and shall, in all respects, duly and faithfully observe and perform all and singular the covenants, conditions and agreements in and by said Agreement, agreed and covenanted by the Principal to be observed and performed, including but not limited to, the repair of any and all defects in said work occasioned by and resulting from defects in materials furnished by or workmanship of, the Principal in performing the Work covered by said Agreement and occurring within a period of twelve (12) months from the date of Final Completion and all other covenants and conditions, according to the true intent and meaning of said Agreement and the Plans and Specifications hereto annexed, then this obligation shall be void; otherwise to remain in full force and effect; PROVIDED, HOWEVER, that this bond is executed pursuant to the provisions of Chapter 2253, Texas Government code, as amended, and all liabilities on this bond shall be determined in accordance with the provisions of said Chapter 2253 to the same extent as if it were copied at length herein. Page 1 00610 7-2009 Performance Bond 00090656 PERFORMANCE BOND (continued) Surety, for value received, stipulates and agrees that no change, extension of time, alteration or addition to the term of the Agreement, or to the Work performed thereunder, or the Plans, Specifications, or drawings accompanying the same, shall in anywise affect its obligation on this bond, and it does hereby waive notice of any such change, extension of time, alteration or addition to the terms of the Agreement, or to the work to be performed thereunder. IN WITNESS WHEREOF, the said Principal and Surety have signed and sealed this instrument this - day offe4524A-Pij , 20 21 . Hensel Phelps Construction Co. Travelers Casualty and Surety Company Principal Surety Bradley D. Winan Kelly T. Urwiller Printed Name Printed Nam- • By: By: TA()ig/4 Title: Vice P si nt Title: A ttorne,—in-Fact Address. 32 ross Park Drive Address: On- Tower Square ustin, Texas 78754 Hartford, CT 06183 011111,11/1/114. •• Y ANo Resident Agent of Surety: ' -' cf), HARTFORD, • CONN. ::o A, vfiG r J of , Signature •.......••• Bridgette S. Jackson *al at o .�,,, Printed Name 1301 E. Collins Blvd. Ste. 111 C Street Address Richardson, TX 75081 City, State & Zip Code Page 2 00610 7-2009 Performance Bond 00090656 0 ________ Travelers Casualty and Surety Company of America Alliakk Travelers Casualty and Surety Company TRAVELERSJ St. Paul Fire and Marine Insurance Company p y POWER OF ATTORNEY KNOW ALL MEN BY THESE PRESENTS: That Travelers Casualty and Surety Company of America, Travelers Casualty and Surety Company, and St. Paul Fire and Marine Insurance Company are corporations duly organized under the laws of the State of Connecticut (herein collectively called the "Companies"),and that the Companies do hereby make,constitute and appoint Kelly T Urwiller of GREELEY , Colorado , their true and lawful Attorney-in-Fact to sign, execute, seal and acknowledge any and all bonds, recognizances, conditional undertakings and other writings obligatory in the nature thereof on behalf of the Companies in their business of guaranteeing the fidelity of persons, guaranteeing the performance of contracts and executing or guaranteeing bonds and undertakings required or permitted in any actions or proceedings allowed by law. IN WITNESS WHEREOF,the Companies have caused this instrument to be signed,and their corporate seals to be hereto affixed,this 17th day of January, 2019. �� tom`s�7j. �,,,r,40,4 ... a HARTFORD)i ., ,,,,,, ar',,L Ctit" i 4if ti CONN, cs, --... i ,,,,,„, .41 pj,._,/' le, State of Connecticut By: .� City of Hartford ss. Robert L. Rane enior Vice President On this the 17th day of January. 2019; before me personally appeared Robert L. Raney, who acknowledged himself to be the Senior Vice President of Travelers Casualty and Surety Company of America, Travelers Casualty and Surety Company, and St. Paul Fire and Marine Insurance Company, and that he, as such, being authorized so to do, executed the foregoing instrument for the purposes therein contained by signing on behalf of said Companies by himself as a duly authorized officer. _ IN WITNESS WHEREOF, I hereunto set my hand and official seal. ifYl"' .4\ %o4 d My Commission expires the 30th day of June, 2021 r *' i a..4 /A p.,..„ , Anna P.Nowik, Notary Public This Power of Attorney is granted under and by the authority of the following resolutions adopted by the Boards of Directors of Travelers Casualty and Surety Company of America, Travelers Casualty and Surety Company. and St. Paul Fire and Marine Insurance Company,which resolutions are now in full force and effect,reading as follows: RESOLVED, that the Chairman, the President. any Vice Chairman, any Executive Vice President, any Senior Vice President, any Vice President, any Second Vice President, the Treasurer, any Assistant Treasurer, the Corporate Secretary or any Assistant Secretary may appoint Attorneys-in-Fact and Agents to act for and on behalf of the Company and may give such appointee such authority as his or her certificate of authority may prescribe to sign with the Company's name and seal with the Company's seal bonds, recognizances, contracts of indemnity,and other writings obligatory in the nature of a bond,recognizance,or conditional undertaking,and any of said officers or the Board of Directors at any time may remove any such appointee and revoke the power given him or her;and it is FURTHER RESOLVED, that the Chairman; the President, any Vice Chairman, any Executive Vice President, any Senior Vice President or any Vice President may delegate all or any part of the foregoing authority to one or more officers or employees of this Company, provided that each such delegation is in writing and a copy thereof is filed in the office of the Secretary;and it is FURTHER RESOLVED, that any bond, recognizance, contract of indemnity, or writing obligatory in the nature of a bond, recognizance, or conditional undertaking shall be valid and binding upon the Company when (a) signed by the President, any Vice Chairman, any Executive Vice President, any Senior Vice President or any Vice President, any Second Vice President, the Treasurer, any Assistant Treasurer. the Corporate Secretary or any Assistant Secretary and duly attested and sealed with the Company's seal by a Secretary or Assistant Secretary: or (b) duly executed (under seal, if required)by one or more Attorneys-in-Fact and Agents pursuant to the power prescribed in his or her certificate or their certificates of authority or by one or more Company officers pursuant to a written delegation of authority:and it is FURTHER RESOLVED,that the signature of each of the following officers: President,any Executive Vice President, any Senior Vice President, any Vice President,any Assistant Vice President,any Secretary,any Assistant Secretary,and the seal of the Company may be affixed by facsimile to any Power of Attorney or to any certificate relating thereto appointing Resident Vice Presidents, Resident Assistant Secretaries or Attorneys-in-Fact for purposes only of executing and attesting bonds and undertakings and other writings obligatory in the nature thereof, and any such Power of Attorney or certificate bearing such facsimile signature or facsimile seal shall be valid and binding upon the Company and any such power so executed and certified by such facsimile signature and facsimile seal shall be valid and binding on the Company in the future with respect to any bond or understanding to which it is attached. I, Kevin E. Hughes, the undersigned, Assistant Secretary of Travelers Ca . $I n"und,,Surety Company of America, Travelers Casualty and Surety Company, and St. Paul Fire and Marine Insurance Company, do hereby w kt i t 496'& and foregoing is a true and correct copy of the Power of Attorney executed by said Companies,which remains in full force and effee�j.•.••• ♦♦♦,SSG#'.,� Dated this�•'✓ day of g 2_cIZ*' icT.I • v}i HARTFORD.': -< 4 St1,,rP ,,Jr t'Akb, s u- •� C O I V 1 V. O 1/C—NAN. cr 1,', 4r * - .rt Ilk CCM. je, t CONN ,i;. , um ` i� �` �M °'o�`,�, ;�•�`�� l'e.--- vin E. Hughes.Assistant Secretar • 1,1“,1111119 y To verify the authenticity of this Power of Attorney,please call us at 1-800-421-3880. Please refer to the above-named Attorney-in-Fact and the details of the bond to which this Power of Attorney is attached. PAYMENT BOND Bond No.: 107362780 THE STATE OF TEXAS § § KNOW ALL MEN BY THESE PRESENTS: COUNTY OF WILLIAMSON § That Hensel Phelps Construction Co., of the City of Austin , County of Travis , and State of Texas as Principal, and Travelers Casualty and Surety Company authorized under the laws of the State of Texas to act as Surety on Bonds for Principals, are held and firmly bound unto THE CITY OF ROUND ROCK, (OWNER), and all subcontractors, workers, laborers, mechanics and suppliers as their interest may appear, all of whom shall have the right to sue upon this bond, in the penal sum of Twenty-Nine Million Seven Hundred Ninety-Six Thousand Eight Hundred Six and No/l00 Dollars ($ 29,796,806.00 ) for the payment whereof, well and truly be made the said Principal and Surety bind themselves and their heirs, administrators, executors, successors, and assigns,jointly and severally, by these presents: WHEREAS, the Principal has entered into a certain written Agreement with the Owner, dated of the �-� day4 , 20 21 , to which Agreement is � g hereby referred to and made a part hereof as fully arhd to the same extent as if copied at length herein consisting of: Round Rock Public Library, Round Rock, TX PGAL Project Number: 1003317 (Name of the Project) NOW, THEREFORE, THE CONDITION OF THIS OBLIGATION IS SUCH, that if the said Principal shall well and truly pay all subcontractors, workers, laborers, mechanics, and suppliers, all monies to them owing by said Principals for subcontracts, work, labor, equipment, supplies and materials done and furnished for the construction of the improvements of said Agreement, then this obligation shall be and become null and void; otherwise to remain in full force and effect. PROVIDED, HOWEVER, that this bond is executed pursuant to the provisions of Chapter 2253, Texas Government code, as amended, and all liabilities on this bond shall be determined in accordance with the provisions of said Chapter 2253 to the same extent as if it were copied at length herein. Page 1 00620 7-2009 Payment Bond 00090656 PAYMENT BOND (continued) Surety, for value received, stipulates and agrees that no change, extension of time, alteration or addition to the terms of the Agreement, or to the Work performed thereunder, or the plans, specifications or drawings accompanying the same shall in anywise affect it's obligation on this bond, and it does hereby waive notice of any such change, extension of time, alteration or addition to the terms of the contract, or to the work to be performed thereunder. IN WITNESS WHEREOF, the said Principal and Surety have signed and sealed this Instrument this day of fell3Kilpj , 20 21 . Hensel Phelps Construction Co. Travelers Casualty and Surety Company Principal Surety Bradley D. Winans , -- Kelly T. Urwiller Printed Name Printed Name • By: / > B _rkit)//t/ Title: Vice ' eside►.t Title: A for y-in-Fact Addres:. 8326 C •ss Park Drive Address: e Tower Square in, Texas 78754 Hartford, CT 06183 •�� ,{ ANDS �•. Resident Agent of .�`` �••''•`••�'••'•�'� ge t Surety: P, o .��., Bridgette S. Jackson =U fxr kk o Sign ture G • a i3 ir L fc P�7'7'f.JQC/foL........... �r =.,�v>� •.a Printed Name %, veil -4c ,,.*�` 1301 E. Collins Blvd. Ste. 111C Street Address Richardson, TX 75081 Page 2 00620 7-2009 Payment Bond 00090656 Travelers Casualty and Surety Company of America Aililik Travelers Casualty and Surety Company TRAVELERS.' St. Paul Fire and Marine Insurance Company p Y POWER OF ATTORNEY KNOW ALL MEN BY THESE PRESENTS: That Travelers Casualty and Surety Company of America, Travelers Casualty and Surety Company, and St. Paul Fire and Marine Insurance Company are corporations duly organized under the laws of the State of Connecticut (herein collectively called the "Companies"),and that the Companies do hereby make,constitute and appoint Kelly T Urwiller of GREELEY , Colorado , their true and lawful Attorney-in-Fact to sign, execute, seal and acknowledge any and all bonds, recognizances, conditional undertakings and other writings obligatory in the nature thereof on behalf of the Companies in their business of guaranteeing the fidelity of persons, guaranteeing the performance of contracts and executing or guaranteeing bonds and undertakings required or permitted in any actions or proceedings allowed by law. IN WITNESS WHEREOF,the Companies have caused this instrument to be signed,and their corporate seals to be hereto affixed, this 17th day of January, 2019. Y 4 4,,,,,, ORIti‘* Z.,cr''...'''\'.ii N L;,''').'''''' % i'l 4, . ("A" li HARTFcrial F4 : HART ORO '71 0 MeV" Vhz:.....4 %,, CONN. i t vr: p. 1/ „,,,V,.:— , State of Connecticut 'y By: City of Hartford ss. Robert L.Rane , enior Vice President On this the 17th day of January, 2019, before me personally appeared Robert L. Raney, who acknowledged himself to be the Senior Vice President of Travelers Casualty and Surety Company of America, Travelers Casualty and Surety Company, and St. Paul Fire and Marine Insurance Company, and that he, as such, being authorized so to do, executed the foregoing instrument for the purposes therein contained by signing on behalf of said Companies by himself as a duly authorized officer. i IN WITNESS WHEREOF, I hereunto set my hand and official seal. / 4r :\ i 1ao1A.R" My Commission expires the 30th day of June,2021 f* i � � \\,,c,:, _.,,,,§ Anna P. Nowik,Notary Public �9.vFciv- :ws;rtarN This Power of Attorney is granted under and by the authority of the following resolutions adopted by the Boards of Directors of Travelers Casualty and Surety Company of America, Travelers Casualty and Surety Company, and St. Paul Fire and Marine Insurance Company,which resolutions are'now in full force and effect,reading as follows: RESOLVED, that the Chairman, the President. any Vice Chairman. any Executive Vice President, any Senior Vice President, any Vice President, any Second Vice President, the Treasurer, any Assistant Treasurer, the Corporate Secretary or any Assistant Secretary may appoint Attorneys-in-Fact and Agents to act for and on behalf of the Company and may give such appointee such authority as his or her certificate of authority may prescribe to sign with the Company's name and seal with the Company's seal bonds, recognizances,contracts of indemnity,and other writings obligatory in the nature of a bond,recognizance,or conditional undertaking,and any of said officers or the Board of Directors at any time may remove any such appointee and revoke the power given him or her;and it is FURTHER RESOLVED, that the Chairman, the President, any Vice Chairman, any Executive Vice President, any Senior Vice President or any Vice President may delegate all or any part of the foregoing authority to one or more officers or employees of this Company, provided that each such delegation is in writing and a copy thereof is filed in the office of the Secretary;and it is FURTHER RESOLVED, that any bond, recognizance, contract of indemnity, or writing obligatory in the nature of a bond, recognizance, or conditional undertaking shall be valid and binding upon the Company when (a) signed by the President, any Vice Chairman, any Executive Vice President, any Senior Vice President or any Vice President, any Second Vice President, the Treasurer, any Assistant Treasurer, the Corporate Secretary or any Assistant Secretary and duly attested and sealed with the Company's seal by a Secretary or Assistant Secretary; or(b) duly executed (under seal, if required)by one or more Attorneys-in-Fact and Agents pursuant to the power prescribed in his or her certificate or their certificates of authority or by one or more Company officers pursuant to a written delegation of authority:and it is FURTHER RESOLVED,that the signature of each of the following officers: President,any Executive Vice President,any Senior Vice President, any Vice President.any Assistant Vice President,any Secretary,any Assistant Secretary,and the seal of the Company may be affixed by facsimile to any Power of Attorney or to any certificate relating thereto appointing Resident Vice Presidents,Resident Assistant Secretaries or Attorneys-in-Fact for purposes only of executing and attesting bonds and undertakings and other writings obligatory in the nature thereof,and any such Power of Attorney or certificate bearing such facsimile signature or facsimile seal shall be valid and binding upon the Company and any such power so executed and certified by such facsimile signature and facsimile seal shall be valid and binding on the Company in the future with respect to any bond or understanding to which it is attached. I, Kevin E. Hughes, the undersigned, Assistant Secretary of Travelers Casualty,, figuSurety Company of America, Travelers Casualty and Surety Company, and St. Paul Fire and Marine Insurance Company, do hereby cent titi1 tAN4'644,,and foregoing is a true and correct copy of the Power of Attorney executed by said Companies,which remains in full force and effect. . t.,..,.........•SU .,, ,Q . Dated this �� dayoff1WW. , co.. ,.ii-0:: rnRD ..,. = ��� �h _ ;• HER - C . ; CONN. ; 0- ;.fej1.1,0144, ,t, (HARTFtFo,)'i a HARTFORD, : ,;\,,,..\.2.:UNN. /e -.1., CONN o t sija oit l'i\Y : 1t? '1,,lb,7........•7. \-\-11- e...--' ef--/444.74-",--- • , 1 * % • Kevin E. Hughes,Assistant Secretary Y To verify the authenticity of this Power of Attorney,please call us at 1-800-421-3880. Please refer to the above-named Attorney-in-Fact and the details of the bond to which this Power of Attorney is attached. ,----" ARD� EVIDENCE OF PROPERTY INSURANCE DATE THIS EVIDENCE OF PROPERTY INSURANCE IS ISSUED AS A MATTER OF INFORMATION ONLY AND CONFERS NO RIGHTS UPON THE ADDITIONAL INTEREST NAMED BELOW.THIS EVIDENCE DOES NOT AFFIRMATIVELY OR NEGATIVELY AMEND,EXTEND OR ALTER THE COVERAGE AFFORDED BY THE POLICIES BELOW. THIS EVIDENCE OF INSURANCE DOES NOT CONSTITUTE A CONTRACT BETWEEN THE ISSUING INSURER(S),AUTHORIZED REPRESENTATIVE OR PRODUCER,AND THE ADDITIONAL INTEREST. AGENCY PHONE (970)356-0123 COMPANY fA/C.No.EMI: Flood and Peterson Zurich American Insurance Company PO Box 578 8734 Paysphere Circle Greeley CO 80632 Chicago IL 606748745 (A/C CODE: ("0)39o-gee, .nooRess: kurwiller@ floodpeterson.coi CODE: SUB CODE: AGENCY 00001310 CUSTOMER ID#: INSURED LOAN NUMBER POLICY NUMBER Hensel Phelps Construction Co. TBD Southwest District EFFECTIVE DATE EXPIRATION DATE CONTINUED UNTIL 8326 Cross Park Dr Per NTP I x I TERMINATED IF CHECKED Austin TX 78754 THIS REPLACES PRIOR EVIDENCE DATED: PROPERTY INFORMATION LOCATION/DESCRIPTION Round Rock Public Library, 200 East Liberty Avenue, Round Rock, TX THE POLICIES OF INSURANCE LISTED BELOW HAVE BEEN ISSUED TO THE INSURED NAMED ABOVE FOR THE POLICY PERIOD INDICATED. NOT\MTHSTANDING ANY REQUIREMENT,TERM OR CONDITION OF ANY CONTRACT OR OTHER DOCUMENT WITH RESPECT TO WHICH THIS EVIDENCE OF PROPERTY INSURANCE MAY BE ISSUED OR MAY PERTAIN,THE INSURANCE AFFORDED BY THE POLICIES DESCRIBED HEREIN IS SUBJECT TO ALL THE TERMS,EXCLUSIONS AND CONDITIONS OF SUCH POLICIES. LIMITS SHOWN MAY HAVE BEEN REDUCED BY PAID CLAIMS. COVERAGE INFORMATION COVERAGE/PERILS/FORMS AMOUNT OF INSURANCE DEDUCTIBLE Builder's Risk (coverage per Hensel Phelps' Master Program) $29,796,806 $25,000 REMARKS(Including Special Conditions) CANCELLATION SHOULD ANY OF THE ABOVE DESCRIBED POLICIES BE CANCELLED BEFORE THE EXPIRATION DATE THEREOF,NOTICE WILL BE DELIVERED IN ACCORDANCE WITH THE POLICY PROVISIONS. ADDITIONAL INTEREST NAME AND ADDRESS MORTGAGEE ADDITIONAL INSURED X boss Payee & Addi Insured LOSS PAYEE City of Round Rock LOAN# 221 E. Main Street Round Rock, TX 78664 AUTHORIZED REPRESENTATIVE Kelly Urwiller/KURWIL 4/11.7:700/44 ACORD 27(2009/12) ©1993-2009 ACORD CORPORATION. All rights reserved. INS027(200912)02 The ACORD name and logo are registered marks of ACORD "1"161 ACQRD CERTIFICATE OF LIABILITY INSURANCE DATE(MM/DD/YYYY) 01/20/2021 THIS CERTIFICATE IS ISSUED AS A MATTER OF INFORMATION ONLY AND CONFERS NO RIGHTS UPON THE CERTIFICATE HOLDER.THIS CERTIFICATE DOES NOT AFFIRMATIVELY OR NEGATIVELY AMEND,EXTEND OR ALTER THE COVERAGE AFFORDED BY THE POLICIES BELOW. THIS CERTIFICATE OF INSURANCE DOES NOT CONSTITUTE A CONTRACT BETWEEN THE ISSUING INSURER(S),AUTHORIZED REPRESENTATIVE OR PRODUCER,AND THE CERTIFICATE HOLDER. IMPORTANT: If the certificate holder is an ADDITIONAL INSURED,the policy(ies)must have ADDITIONAL INSURED provisions or be endorsed. If SUBROGATION IS WAIVED,subject to the terms and conditions of the policy,certain policies may require an endorsement. A statement on this certificate does not confer rights to the certificate holder in lieu of such endorsement(s). PRODUCER CONTACT Denise Hill-Holligan NAME: Flood and Peterson (A/C, Ext): (970)356-0123 I(A/C,Nod: (970)330-1867 PO Box 578 E-MAIL DhiIIholliganfloodpeterson.com ADDRESS: INSURER(S)AFFORDING COVERAGE NAIC# Greeley CO 80632 INSURER A: Zurich American Insurance Company 16535 INSURED INSURER e: American Zurich Insurance Company 40142 Hensel Phelps Construction Co. INSURER c: American Guarantee and Liability Ins,Co. 26247 Southwest District INSURER D: AXA XL 24554 8326 Cross Park Dr. INSURER E: National Fire&Marine Ins.Co. 20079 Austin TX 78754 INSURER P COVERAGES CERTIFICATE NUMBER: CL2012437734 REVISION NUMBER: THIS IS TO CERTIFY THAT THE POLICIES OF INSURANCE LISTED BELOW HAVE BEEN ISSUED TO THE INSURED NAMED ABOVE FOR THE POLICY PERIOD INDICATED. NOTWITHSTANDING ANY REQUIREMENT,TERM OR CONDITION OF ANY CONTRACT OR OTHER DOCUMENT WITH RESPECT TO WHICH THIS CERTIFICATE MAY BE ISSUED OR MAY PERTAIN,THE INSURANCE AFFORDED BY THE POLICIES DESCRIBED HEREIN IS SUBJECT TO ALL THE TERMS, EXCLUSIONS AND CONDITIONS OF SUCH POLICIES.LIMITS SHOWN MAY HAVE BEEN REDUCED BY PAID CLAIMS. INSR ADDL SUBR POLICY EFF POLICY EXP LTR TYPE OF INSURANCE INSD WVD POLICY NUMBER (MM/DD!YYYY) (MM/DDIYYYY) LIMITS X COMMERCIAL GENERAL LIABILITY EACH OCCURRENCE $ 5,000,000 DAMAGE TO D CLAIMS-MADE X OCCUR PREMISES(EaNTE ante) $ 500000 MED EXP(Any one person) $ A GL0369726416 01/01/2021 01/01/2022 PERSONAL BADVINJURY $ 5,00 0,000 GEN'LAGGREGATE LIMIT APPLIES PER: GENERAL AGGREGATE $ 10,000,000 POLICY X 781: LOC PRODUCTS-COMP/OPAGG $ 10,000,000 OTHER: $ AUTOMOBILE LIABILITY COMBINED SINGLE LIMIT $ 5,000,000 (Ea accident) X ANY AUTO BODILY INJURY(Per person) $ A OWNED SCHEDULED BAP369726116 01/01/2021 01/01/2022 BODILY INJURY(Per accident) $ AUTOS ONLY AUTOS HIRED NON-0WNED PROPERTY DAMAGE $ X AUTOS ONLY x AUTOS ONLY (Per accident) X UMBRELLA LIAB X OCCUR EACH OCCURRENCE $ 10,000,000 C EXCESS LIAB CLAIMS-MADE AUC928038419 01/01/2021 01/01/2022 AGGREGATE $ 10,000,000 DED RETENTION$ (Addt'I Limits Attached) $ WORKERS COMPENSATION X STATUTE ERH AND EMPLOYERS'LIABILITY Y N 1,000,000 B ANY PROPRIETOR/PARTNER/EXECUTIVE NIA WC369726517 01/01/2021 01/01/2022 E.L.EACH ACCIDENT $ OFFICER/MEMBER EXCLUDED? (Mandatory in NH) E.L.DISEASE-EA EMPLOYEE $ 1,00 0,000 If yes,describe under 1'° °0 ,000 DESCRIPTION OF OPERATIONS below E.L.DISEASE-POLICY LIMIT $ DESCRIPTION OF OPERATIONS I LOCATIONS/VEHICLES (ACORD 101,Additional Remarks Schedule,may be attached if more space is required) RE: City of Round Rock Public Library,Round Rock,TX The City of Round Rock is named as additional insured with respect to all policies except Workers Compensation and Employer's Liability.Should any of above described policies be cancelled or changed before the expirations date thereof,we will mail thirty(30)days written notice to the City of Round Rock. CERTIFICATE HOLDER CANCELLATION SHOULD ANY OF THE ABOVE DESCRIBED POLICIES BE CANCELLED BEFORE THE EXPIRATION DATE THEREOF,NOTICE WILL BE DELIVERED IN City of Round Rock City Manager ACCORDANCE WITH THE POLICY PROVISIONS. 221 E.Main Street AUTHORIZED REPRESENTATIVE Round Rock TX 78664 1/194466164;144) 1 ©1988-2015 ACORD CORPORATION. All rights reserved. ACORD 25(2016/03) The ACORD name and logo are registered marks of ACORD • AGENCY CUSTOMER ID: e,°+,�w�3 LOC#: ARD ADDITIONAL REMARKS SCHEDULE Page of AGENCY NAMED INSURED Flood and Peterson Hensel Phelps Construction Co. POLICY NUMBER Various CARRIER 1111AV ))It Various EFFECTIVE DATE: 01/01/2021 ADDITIONAL REMARKS THIS ADDITIONAL REMARKS FORM IS A SCHEDULE TO ACORD FORM, FORM NUMBER: 25 FORM TITLE: Certificate of Liability Insurance 2-D)AXA XL Umbrella US00095537L121A$15,000,000 Each Occurrence/Aggregate 3-C)American Guarantee and Liability Ins.Co.AEC422694501$15,000,000 Each Occurrence/Aggregate 4-E)National Fire&Marine Ins.Co. 42-XSF-313086-01 $10,000,000 Each Occurrence/Aggregate TOTAL UMBRELLA POLICY LIMITS:$50,000,000 EACH OCCURRENCE/$50,000,000 AGGREGATE ACORD 101(2008/01) © 2008 ACORD CORPORATION. All rights reserved. The ACORD name and logo are registered marks of ACORD Waiver Of Subrogation (Blanket) Endorsement ZURICH Policy No, Eff, Date of Pal. Ex Dateof P Elfof p 3EL EndProducer Add'I.Preen Return Pre En. - , .GL0369726416 1/01/2021 1/01/2022 1/01/2021 THIS ENDORSEMENT CHANGES THE POLICY. PLEASE READ IT CAREFULLY. This endorsement modifies insurance provided under the: Commercial General Liability Coverage Part The following is added to the Transfer Of Rights Of Recovery Against Others To Us Condition: If you are required by a written contract or agreement, which is executed before a loss, to waive your rights of recovery from oth- ers, we agree to waive our rights of recovery. This waiver of rights shall not be construed to be a waiver with respect to any other operations in which the insured has no contractual interest. ..• .• . • U.GL-925•13 CW(12/01) Page I of I C. The following is added to Paragraph 2. Duties In The Event Of Occurrence, Offense, Claim Or Suit of Section IV— Commercial General Liability Conditions: The additional insured must see to it that: 1. We are notified as soon as practicable of an "occurrence"or offense that may result in a claim; 2. We receive written notice of a claim or"suit"as soon as practicable; and 3. A request for defense and indemnity of the claim or "suit" will promptly be brought against any policy issued by another insurer under which the additional insured may be an insured in any capacity. This provision does not apply to insurance on which the additional insured is a Named Insured if the written contract or written agreement requires that this coverage be primary and non-contributory. D. For the purposes of the coverage provided by this endorsement: 1. The following is added to the Other Insurance Condition of Section IV — Commercial General Liability Conditions: Primary and Noncontributory insurance This insurance is primary to and will not seek contribution from any other insurance available to an additional insured provided that: a. The additional insured is a Named Insured under such other insurance; and b. You are required by written contract or written agreement that this insurance be primary and not seek contribution from any other insurance available to the additional insured. 2. The following paragraph is added to Paragraph 4.b. of the Other Insurance Condition of Section IV—Commercial General Liability Conditions: This insurance is excess over: Any of the other insurance, whether primary, excess, contingent or on any other basis, available to an additional insured, in which the additional insured on our policy is also covered as an additional insured on another policy providing coverage for the same"occurrence", offense, claim or"suit". This provision does not apply to any policy in which the additional insured is a Named Insured on such other policy and where our policy is required by a written contract or written agreement to provide coverage to the additional insured on a primary and non- contributory basis. E. This endorsement does not apply to an additional insured which has been added to this policy by an endorsement showing the additional insured in a Schedule of additional insureds, and which endorsement applies specifically to that identified additional insured. F. With respect to the insurance afforded to the additional insureds under this endorsement, the following is added to Section III—Limits Of Insurance: The most we will pay on behalf of the additional insured is the amount of insurance: 1. Required by the written contract or written agreement referenced in Paragraph A. of this endorsement; or 2. Available under the applicable Limits of Insurance shown in the Declarations, whichever is less. This endorsement shall not increase the applicable Limits of Insurance shown in the Declarations. All other terms and conditions of this policy remain unchanged. U-GL-1 175F CW(04/13) Page 2 of 2 Includes copyrighted material of Insurance Services Office, Inc.,with its permission. POLICY NUMBER: BAP369726116 COMMERCIAL AUTO CA 20 48 10 13 THIS ENDORSEMENT CHANGES THE POLICY. PLEASE READ IT CAREFULLY. DESIGNATED INSURED FOR COVERED AUTOS LIABILITY COVERAGE This endorsement modifies insurance provided under the following: AUTO DEALERS COVERAGE FORM BUSINESS AUTO COVERAGE FORM MOTOR CARRIER COVERAGE FORM With respect to coverage provided by this endorsement, the provisions of the Coverage Form apply unless modified by this endorsement. This endorsement identifies person(s) or organization(s) who are"insureds"for Covered Autos Liability Coverage under the Who Is An Insured provision of the Coverage Farm. This endorsement does not alter coverage provided in the Coverage Form. This endorsement changes the policy effective on the inception date of the policy unless another date is indicated below. Named Insured: Hensel Phelps Construction Co. Endorsement Effective Date: 1/01/202 1 SCHEDULE Name Of Person(s) Or Organization(s): ANY PERSON OR ORGANIZATION TO WHOM OR WHICH YOU ARE REQUIRED TO PROVIDE ADDIONAL INSURED STATUS OR ADDITIONAL INSURED STATUS ON A PRIMARY,NON-CONTRIBUTORY BASIS,IN A WRITTEN CONTRACT OR WRITTEN AGREEMENT EXECUTED PRIOR TO LOSS,EXCEPT WHERE SUCH CONTRACT OR AGREEMENT IS PROHIBITED BY LAW. Information required to com'lete this Schedule, if not shown above,will be shown in the Declarations. Each person or organization shown in the Schedule is an"insured"for Covered Autos Liability Coverage, but only to the extent that person or organization qualifies as an "insured" under the Who Is An Insured provision contained in Paragraph A.1. of Section II — Covered Autos Liability Coverage in the Business Auto and Motor Carrier Coverage Forms and Paragraph D.2. of Section I — Covered Autos Coverages of the Auto Dealers Coverage Form. CA 20481013 ©Insurance Services Office, Inc.,2011 Page 1 of 1 Wolters Kluwer Financial Services f Uniform Formsm Additional insured — Automatic — Owners, Lessees Or ZURICH Contractors Policy No. , Eft Date of Pol. Exp. Date of Pol. Eff. Date of End. Producer No. Add'1. Prem Return Prem. GL0369726416 1/01/2021 1/01/2022 1/01/2021 THIS ENDORSEMENT CHANGES THE POLICY. PLEASE READ IT CAREFULLY. Named Insured: Hensel Phelps Construction Co. Address (including ZIP Code): This endorsement modifies insurance provided under the: Commercial General Liability Coverage Part A. Section II —Who Is An Insured is amended to include as an additional insured any person or organization whom you are required to add as an additional insured on this policy under a written contract or written agreement. Such person or organization is an additional insured only with respect to liability for "bodily injury", "property damage" or "personal and advertising injury" caused, in whole or in part, by: 1. Your acts or omissions; or 2. The acts or omissions of those acting on your behalf, in the performance of your ongoing operations or "your work" as included in the "products-completed operations hazard", which is the subject of the written contract or written agreement. However, the insurance afforded to such additional insured: 1. Only applies to the extent permitted by law; and 2. Will not be broader than that which you are required by the written contract or written agreement to provide for such additional insured. B. With respect to the insurance afforded to these additional insureds, the following additional exclusion applies: This insurance does not apply to: "Bodily injury", "property damage" or "personal and advertising injury" arising out of the rendering of, or failure to render, any professional architectural, engineering or surveying services including: a. The preparing, approving or failing to prepare or approve maps, shop drawings, opinions, reports, surveys, field orders, change orders or drawings and specifications; or b. Supervisory, inspection, architectural or engineering activities. This exclusion applies even if the claims against any insured allege negligence or other wrongdoing in the supervision, hiring, employment, training or monitoring of others by that insured, if the "occurrence" which caused the "bodily injury" or "property damage", or the offense which caused the "personal and advertising injury", involved the rendering of or the failure to render any professional architectural, engineering or surveying services. U-GL-1175-F Cw(04/13) Page 1 of 2 Includes copyrighted material of Insurance Services Office, Inc.,with its permission. . . POLICY NUMBER: B-A.P369726116 COMMERCIAL A~.`' CA 04 44 10 13 THIS ENDORSEMENT CHANGES THE POLICY. PLEASE READ IT `�AREFULLY,, OFTRANSFEROFRIGHTSOFREC.OVERYWAIVER AGAINS-TTOUS '`s. SUBROGATI�ON)(WAIVER `', This endorsement modi'fies insurance under the followi'ng. AUTO DEALERS COVERAGE FORM BUSINESS AUTO C-OVERAGE FORM MOTOR CARRIER COVERAGE FORM W*Ith by th*is endorsement, theprovi*st"ons of the Form anP, unless mod'if*1ed by the endorsement. Th'i's endorsement changes the policy effective on the 'i date of the poli'cy unless another date is indi"cated below, Named Insured* Hensel Phelps Construction Co. Endorsement Eff'ecti*ve Date;q 1/01/2021 � SCHEDULE Name(s)Of P Or Orga niza i t*on(s)s ALL.-R.`.` ..�OR .RG-'|�..'N.TH^�A�` �,�.>'..��� ',-..�, .i AGREEMENT WF THE INSlRED, EXECUTED PRIOR LOSS,THAT WAIVER OF SUBROGATION BE PROVID_D U-NDER THIS POLICY. ` Information resuiredtoco- elete thisSchedule, if notshown above,,will-be shown i*n the Declaratt*ons-, The Transfer Of Riaghits Of Recovery Aga'i4nst Others To Us condition does. not apply to the person(s) or organi*zation(s) shown 1on the Schedule, but only to the extent that subrogation is waived prior to the '"accident" or the "loss" under a contract with that person or organ*jzatigon.. ' CA``..~. `Insurance Services Office, ..`'.` Page I of 1 Wolters Kluwer Financial Services I Unifo Fo ' WORKERS COMPENSATION AND EMPLOYERS LIABILITY INSURANCE POLICY WC 000313 (Ed. 04-84) WAIVER OF OUR RIGHT TO RECOVER FROM OTHERS ENDORSEMENT We have the right to recover our payments from anyone liable for an injury covered by this policy. We will not enforce our right against the person or organization named in the Schedule. (This agreement applies only to the extent that you perform work under a written contract that requires you to obtain this agreement from us.) This agreement shall not operate directly or indirectly to benefit anyone not named in the Schedule. Schedule ALL PERSONS AND/OR ORGANIZATIONS THAT ARE REQUIRED BY WRITTEN CONTRACT OR AGREEMENT WITH THE INSURED, EXECUTED PRIOR TO THE ACCIDENT OR LOSS, THAT WAIVER OF SUBROGATION BE PROVIDED UNDER THIS POLICY FOR WORK PERFORMED BY YOU FOR THAT PERSON AND/OR ORGANIZATION. This endorsement changes the policy to which it is attached and is effective on the date issued unless otherwise stated. (The information below is required only when this endorsement is issued subsequent to preparation of the policy.) Endorsement Effective Policy No. WC36972651 7 Endorsement No. Insured:Hensel Phelps Construction Co. Premium$ NIA Insurance Company: American Zurich Insurance Company Countersigned by Nancy Keiser,Account Manager WC124(484) Page 1 of I WC 00 03 13 Copyright 1983 National Council on Compensation Insurance, Inc. Uniform FormsTM 00700 GENERAL CONDITIONS City of Round Rock Public Library Addendum 1 October 30, 2020 City of Round Rock Contract Forms General Conditions Section 00700 City of Round Rock Public Library Addendum 1 October 30, 2020 TABLE OF CONTENTS OF GENERAL CONDITIONS Article Page Number& Title Number 1. DEFINITIONS 2 2. PRELIMINARY MATTERS 5 3. CONTRACT DOCUMENTS: INTENT,AMENDING, REUSE 7 4. AVAILABILITY OF LANDS; SUBSURFACE AND PHYSICAL CONDITIONS; REFERENCE POINTS 8 5. BONDS AND INSURANCE 10 6. CONTRACTOR'S RESPONSIBILITIES 16 7. OTHER WORK 24 8. OWNER'S RESPONSIBILITIES 25 9. ENGINEER/ARCHITECT'S STATUS DURING CONSTRUCTION 26 10. CHANGES IN THE WORK 27 11. CHANGE OF CONTRACT AMOUNT 28 12. CHANGE OF CONTRACT TIMES 31 13. TESTS AND INSPECTIONS;AND CORRECTION OR REMOVAL OF DEFECTIVE WORK 32 14. PAYMENTS TO CONTRACTOR AND COMPLETION 35 15. SUSPENSION OF WORK AND TERMINATION 39 16. DISPUTE RESOLUTION 41 17 RIGHT TO AUDIT 42 18. MISCELLANEOUS 43 00700 04-2020 Page 1 General Conditions 00443641 GENERAL CONDITIONS ARTICLE I -DEFINITIONS Whenever used in these General Conditions or in the other Contract Documents,the term printed with initial capital letters or all capital letters, including the term's singular and plural forms, will have the meaning indicated in the definitions below or as defined in these General Conditions or other Contract Documents: 1.1 Addenda -Written or graphic instruments issued prior to the receipt of Proposals or the opening of Bids that clarify, correct or change the proposal or bidding requirements or the Contract Documents. 1.2 Agreement-Prescribed form, referenced as Section 00500. 1.3 Alternative Dispute Resolution-The process by which a disputed Claim may be settled if the OWNER and the CONTRACTOR cannot reach an agreement between themselves, as an alternative to litigation. 1.4 Bid -Proposal of bidder on prescribed forms setting forth prices for performing the Work described in the Contract Documents. 1.5 Bid Documents-The advertisement or invitation for bids, instructions to bidders,the bid form,the Contract Documents and Addenda. 1.6 Calendar Day-Any day of the week; no days being excepted. Work on Saturdays, Sundays, and/or Legal Holidays shall only be conducted with prior express written consent of the OWNER. 1.7 Change Directive-A written directive to the CONTRACTOR, signed by the OWNER, ordering a change in the Work and stating a proposed basis for adjustment, if any, in the Contract Amount or Contract Time, or both.A Change Directive may be used in the absence of total agreement on the terms of a Change Order. A Change Directive does not change the Contract Amount or Contract Time, but is evidence that the parties expect that the change directed or documented by a Change Directive will be incorporated in a subsequently issued Change Order. 1.8 Change Orders - Written agreements entered into between the CONTRACTOR and the OWNER authorizing an addition,deletion,or revision to the Contract, issued on or after the Execution Date of the Agreement and within the Contract term. 1.9 Claim - A written demand seeking, as a matter of right, adjustment or interpretation of Contract terms, payment of money, extension of time or other relief with respect to the terms of the Contract. 1.10 Contract - The Contract represents the entire and integrated agreement between the OWNER and the CONTRACTOR for performance of the Work, as evidenced by the Contract Documents. 1.11 Contract Amount-The amount payable by the OWNER to the CONTRACTOR for completion of the Work in accordance with the Contract Documents. 1.12 Contract Documents - Includes the Invitation to Bid, Instructions to Bidders, Agreement, General Conditions, Supplemental General Conditions, Special Conditions, Specifications, Project Manual, Drawings, Addenda and Change Orders. 1.13 Contract Time-The number of days allowed for completion of the Work as defined by the Contract.When any period is referred to in days, it will be computed to exclude the first and include the last day of such period. A day of twenty-four(24) hours measured from midnight to the next midnight will constitute a day. 1.14 CONTRACTOR - The individual, firm, corporation, or other business entity with whom the OWNER has entered into the Contract. 00700 04-2020 Page 2 General Conditions 1.15 Drawings - Those portions of the Contract Documents which are graphic representations of the scope, extent and character of the Work to be furnished and performed by the CONTRACTOR and which have been approved by the OWNER. Drawings may include plans, elevations, sections, details, schedules and diagrams. Shop Drawings are not Drawings as so defined. 1.16 Engineer/Architect (E/A) - The OWNER's design professional identified as such in the Agreement. The titles of"Architect/Engineer,""Architect"and"Engineer"used in the Contract Documents shall be read the same as Engineer/Architect (EtA). Nothing contained in the Contract Documents shall create any contractual or agency relationship between E/A and the CONTRACTOR. 1.17 Equal-The terms"equal"or"approved equal"shall have the same meaning. 1.18 Execution Date-Date of last signature of the parties to the Agreement. 1.19 Field Order-A written order issued by Owner's Representative which orders minor changes in the Work and which does not involve a change in the Contract Amount or the Contract Time. 1.20 Final Acceptance—The stage in the Contract process when, in the OWNER's opinion, Final Completion of the Work has been attained and a Certificate of Acceptance approved by the OWNER is issued. 1.21 Final Completion-The stage in the progress of the Work when, in the OWNER's opinion, the entire Work has been completed, the CONTRACTOR's obligations under the Contract Documents have been fulfilled, and the OWNER is processing or has made final payment to the CONTRACTOR, as evidenced by a Certificate of Acceptance approved by the OWNER. 1.22 Inspector-The authorized representative of any regulatory agency that has jurisdiction over any portion of the Work. 1.23 Legal Holidays 1.23.1 The following are recognized by the OWNER: Holiday Date Observed New Year's Day January 1 Martin Luther King, Jr.'s Birthday Third Monday in January President's Day Third Monday in February Memorial Day Last Monday in May Independence Day July 4 Labor Day First Monday in September Veteran's Day November 11 Thanksgiving Day Fourth Thursday in November Friday after Thanksgiving Friday after Thanksgiving Christmas Eve December 24 Christmas Day December 25 00700 04-2020 Page 3 General Conditions 1.23.2 If a Legal Holiday falls on Saturday, it will be observed on the preceding Friday. If a Legal Holiday falls on Sunday, it will be observed on the following Monday. 1.23.3 If Christmas Eve falls on a Saturday or a Sunday, the preceding Friday is observed as the Christmas Eve holiday. 1.23.4 If Christmas Day falls on a Saturday or a Sunday, the following Monday is observed as the Christmas Day holiday. 1.24 Milestones-A significant event specified in the Contract Documents relating to an intermediate completion date or time prior to Substantial Completion of all the Work. 1.25 Notice to Proceed - A Written Notice given by the OWNER to the CONTRACTOR notifying the CONTRACTOR to commence the Work and which may also fix the date on which the Contract Times will commence to run and on which the CONTRACTOR shall start to perform the CONTRACTOR's obligations under the Contract Documents. 1.26 OWNER-The City of Round Rock,Texas, a municipal corporation, home-rule city and political subdivision organized and existing under the laws of the State of Texas, acting through the City Manager or his/her designee, officers, agents or employees to administer design and construction of the Project. 1.27 Owner's Representative-The designated representative of the OWNER. 1.28 Partial Occupancy or Use - Use by the OWNER of a partially completed part of the Work for the purpose for which it is intended (or a related purpose) prior to Substantial Completion of all the Work. 1.29 Project-The total construction of which the Work to be provided under the Contract Documents may be the whole, or a part, as indicated elsewhere in the Contract Documents. 1.30 Project Manual - That portion of the Contract Documents which may include the following: introductory information; bidding requirements, Contract forms and General and Supplemental General Conditions; General Requirements; Specifications; Drawings; Project Safety Manual; and Addenda. 1.31 Proposal-Proposal of Offeror, on prescribed forms setting forth prices for performing the Work described in the Contract Documents. 1.32 Proposal Documents-The advertisement or invitation for Proposals, Instruction to Offerors, the Proposal form, the Contract Documents and Addenda. 1.33 Resident Project Representative -The authorized representative of E/A who may be assigned to the site or any part thereof. 1.34 Shop Drawings -All drawings, diagrams, illustrations, schedules and other data or information which are specifically prepared or assembled by or for the CONTRACTOR and submitted by the CONTRACTOR as required by the Contract Documents. 1.35 Specifications -Those portions of the Contract Documents consisting of written technical descriptions as applied to the Work, which set forth to the CONTRACTOR, in detail, the requirements which must be met by all materials, equipment, construction systems, standards,workmanship, equipment and services in order to render a completed and useful project. 1.36 Substantial Completion - The stage in the progress of the Work when the Work, or designated portions thereof, may still require minor modifications or adjustments but, in the OWNER's opinion,the Work has progressed to the point such that all parts of the Work under consideration are fully operational and the beneficial use and occupancy of which can be assumed by the Owner, as evidenced by a Certificate of Substantial Completion approved by the OWNER. 00700 04-2020 Page 4 General Conditions 1.37 Subcontractor-An individual, firm, or corporation having a direct contract with the CONTRACTOR for the performance of a part of the Work. 1.38 Sub-subcontractor-A person or entity who has a direct or indirect contract with a Subcontractor or a Sub- subcontractor of any tier to perform a portion of the Work. 1.39 Superintendent - The representative of the CONTRACTOR authorized in writing to receive and fulfill instructions from Owner's Representative, and who shall supervise and direct construction of the Work. 1.40 Supplemental General Conditions-The part of the Contract Documents which either amends or supplements the General Conditions. All General Conditions which are not so amended or so supplemented shall be considered as remaining in full force and effect. 1.41 Supplier-An individual or entity having a direct contract with the CONTRACTOR or with any Subcontractor or Sub-subcontractor to furnish materials or equipment to be incorporated in the Work by the CONTRACTOR or any Subcontractor. 1.42 Time Extension Request-An approved request for time extension on a form acceptable to the OWNER. 1.43 Work-The entire completed construction, or the various separately identifiable parts thereof, required to be furnished under the Contract Documents. 1.44 Working Day - Any day of the week, not including Saturdays, Sundays, or Legal Holidays, in which conditions not under the CONTRACTOR's control will permit work for at least seven(7)hours of the Working Times. Upon authorization by the Owner's Representative, work on Saturdays, Sundays and/or Legal Holidays may be allowed and, in that event, a Working Day will be counted for each such day. 1.45 Working Times -Times of day(s) during which work may be performed. Unless authorized by Owner's Representative, all Work shall be performed between 7:00 a.m. and 6:00 p.m. on weekdays and, if previously authorized as provided for in paragraph 1.44 or paragraph 1.6 herein, as applicable, between 9:00 a.m. and 6:00 p.m. on Saturdays, Sundays or Legal Holidays. When the CONTRACTOR has been authorized to perform Work during hours outside Working Times, such hours shall be considered time worked on Working Day contracts. Notwithstanding the preceding, emergency work may be done without prior permission only as provided in paragraph 6.11.5 herein. 1.46 Written Notice-Written communication between the OWNER and the CONTRACTOR. Written Notice shall be deemed to have been duly served if delivered in person to Owner's Representative or to the CONTRACTOR's duly authorized representative, or if such Written Notice is delivered to or sent by registered or certified mail to the attention of Owner's Representative or to the CONTRACTOR's duly authorized representative at the last business address known to the party.giving notice. ARTICLE 2-PRELIMINARY MATTERS 2.1 Delivery of Agreement, Bonds, Insurance, and Other Documentation: Within ten(10)Calendar Days after written notification of award of Contract,the CONTRACTOR shall deliver to the OWNER signed Agreement, Bond(s), Insurance Certificates) and other documentation required for execution of the Contract. 2.2 Copies of Documents: The OWNER shall furnish to the CONTRACTOR two (2) copies of the Contract Documents unless otherwise specified. 00700 04-2020 Page 5 General Conditions 2.3 Commencement of Contract Times; Notice to Proceed: The Contract Time(s) commence on the date indicated in the Agreement or in the Notice to Proceed. Notice to Proceed will be given at any time within sixty(60)Calendar Days after the Execution Date of the Agreement, unless extended by written agreement of the parties. 2.4 Before Starting Construction: 2.4.1 No Work shall be done at the site prior to the preconstruction conference without the OWNER's approval. Before undertaking each part of the Work, the CONTRACTOR shall carefully study and compare the Contract Documents and check and verify pertinent figures shown thereon and all applicable field measurements. The CONTRACTOR shall promptly report in writing to Owner's Representative any conflict, error, ambiguity or discrepancy which the CONTRACTOR may discover and shall obtain a written interpretation or clarification from Owner's Representative before proceeding with any Work affected thereby. The CONTRACTOR shall be liable to the OWNER for failure to report any conflict, error, ambiguity or discrepancy in the Contract Documents of which the CONTRACTOR knew or reasonably should have known. 2.4.2 The CONTRACTOR shall submit the following to Owner's Representative for review and approval no later than the preconstruction conference: .1 a preliminary progress schedule indicating the times (number of days or dates) for starting and completing the various stages of the Work, including any Milestones specified in the Contract Documents, identifying when all Subcontractors will be utilized, and taking into consideration any limitations on Working Hours; .2 a preliminary schedule of Shop Drawing and sample submittals; .3 a preliminary schedule of values for all of the Work, subdivided into component parts in sufficient detail to serve as the basis for progress payments during construction.Such prices will include an appropriate amount of overhead and profit applicable to each item of Work. The preliminary schedule of values submitted by the CONTRACTOR should include a reasonable estimation of value of each item included and shall not contain disproportionate values assigned to any item or items; .4 a letter designating CONTRACTOR's Superintendent; .5 a letter from the CONTRACTOR and Subcontractor(s) listing any salaried specialists; .6 if applicable, a letter designating the "Competent Person(s)" on general safety and trench safety measures; .7 if applicable, a trench safety system plan; .8 if applicable, a plan illustrating proposed locations of temporary facilities; .9 if applicable, a traffic control plan; .10 a completed Non-Use of Asbestos Affidavit(Prior to Construction); and .11 if applicable, a letter designating the Texas Registered Professional Land Surveyor for layout of the Work. 2.5 Preconstruction Conference: Prior to commencement of Work at the site,a preconstruction conference attended by the CONTRACTOR,Owner's Representative and others will be held. 00700 04-2020 Page 6 General Conditions 2.6 Initially Acceptable Schedules: Unless otherwise provided in the Contract Documents, the CONTRACTOR shall obtain approval of Owner's Representative on final versions of the schedules submitted in accordance with paragraph 2.4.2 before the first progress payment will be made to the CONTRACTOR. The progress schedule must provide for an orderly progression of the Work to completion within any specified Milestones and Contract Times. Acceptance of the schedule by Owner's Representative will neither impose on Owner's Representative responsibility for the sequencing, scheduling or progress of the Work nor interfere with or relieve the CONTRACTOR from the CONTRACTOR's full responsibility therefor. The CONTRACTOR's schedule of Shop Drawings and sample submissions must provide an arrangement agreeable to the parties for reviewing and processing the required submittals. 2.7 Electronic Transmittals: 2.7.1 Except as otherwise stated elsewhere in the Contract Documents,the OWNER, E/A, and CONTRACTOR may transmit,and shall except, Project-related correspondence,texts,data,documents,drawings, information,and graphics,including but not limited to Shop Drawings and other submittals, in electronic media or digital format,either directly, or through access to a secure Project website. 2.7.2 When transmitting items in electronic media or digital format, the transmitting party makes no representations as to long term compatibility, usability, or readability of the items resulting from the recipient's use of software application packages,operating systems,or computer hardware differing from those used in the drafting or transmittal of the items. ARTICLE 3 -CONTRACT DOCUMENTS: INTENT,AMENDING, REUSE 3.1 Intent: 3.1.1 The intent of the Contract Documents is to include all information necessary for the proper execution and completion of the Work by the CONTRACTOR.The Contract Documents are complementary, and what is required by one shall be as binding as if required by all. In cases of disagreement, the following order of precedence shall govern (top item receiving priority of interpretation): Change Orders Modifications to the Contract Documents made after the Execution Date Signed Agreement Addenda to the Contract Documents Special Conditions Supplemental General Conditions General Conditions Other Bidding Requirements and Contract Forms Special Provisions to the Standard Technical Specifications Special Specifications Standard Technical Specifications Drawings(figured dimensions shall govern over scaled dimensions) Project Safety manual, if applicable 3.1.2 Unless otherwise stated in the Contract Documents,words which have well-known technical or construction industry meanings are used in the Contract Documents in accordance with such recognized meanings. 3.2 Reporting and Resolving Discrepancies: Prior to commencing the Work, the CONTRACTOR shall review the Contract Documents for the purpose of discovering any conflict, error, ambiguity or discrepancy in the Contract Documents. If, at any time, the CONTRACTOR discovers any conflict, error, ambiguity or discrepancy within the Contract Documents or between the Contract Documents and any provisions of any such law or regulation applicable to the performance of the Work 00700 04-2020 Page 7 General Conditions or of any such standard, specification, manual or code or instructions of any Supplier, the CONTRACTOR shall immediately report it to Owner's Representative in writing, and the CONTRACTOR shall not proceed with the Work affected thereby until an amendment or supplement to the Contract Documents has been issued by one of the methods indicated in paragraph 3.3.1 or paragraph 3.3.2. The CONTRACTOR shall be liable to the OWNER for failure to report any such conflict, error,ambiguity or discrepancy of which the CONTRACTOR knew or reasonably should have known. 3.3 Amending and Supplementing Contract Documents: 3.3.1 The Contract Documents may be amended to provide for additions, deletions and revisions in the Work or to modify the terms and conditions thereof in one or more of the following ways: .1 Change Order. .2 Change Directive. 3.3.2 In addition, the requirements of the Contract Documents may be supplemented, and minor variations and deviations in the Work may be authorized, in one or more of the following ways: .1 Field Order. .2 Review of a Shop Drawing or sample. .3 Written interpretation or clarification. 3.4 Reuse of Documents Prohibited: The CONTRACTOR and any Subcontractor or Supplier or other person or organization performing or furnishing any of the Work under a direct or indirect contract with the OWNER: (I) shall not have or acquire any title to or ownership rights in any of the Drawings, Specifications or other documents (or copies of any thereof) prepared by or bearing the seal of E/A or E/A's consultants, and (ii)shall not reuse any of such Drawings, Specifications, other documents or copies on extensions of the Project or any other project without written consent of the OWNER and E/A. ARTICLE 4-AVAILABILITY OF LANDS;SUBSURFACE AND PHYSICAL CONDITIONS; REFERENCE POINTS 4.1 Availability of Lands: The OWNER shall furnish, as indicated in the Contract Documents, all required rights to use the lands upon which the Work is to be performed, rights-of-way and easements for access thereto, and such other lands which are designated for the use of the CONTRACTOR. The OWNER shall identify any encumbrances or restrictions not of general application but specifically related to use of lands so furnished with which the CONTRACTOR will have to comply in performing the Work. Easements for permanent structures or permanent changes in existing facilities will be obtained and paid for by the OWNER, unless otherwise provided in the Contract Documents. If the OWNER fails to furnish these lands, rights-of-way or easements in a timely manner,the CONTRACTOR may make a Claim for adjustments in the Contract Times.The CONTRACTOR shall provide for all additional lands and access thereto that may be required for temporary construction facilities or storage of materials and equipment. 4.2 Subsurface and Physical Conditions: 4.2.1 The CONTRACTOR hereby covenants that it has examined the site of the proposed Work and is familiar with all of the conditions surrounding construction of the Project, having conducted all inquiries, tests and investigations deemed necessary and proper. Unless the CONTRACTOR, prior to the execution of the Agreement, has notified the OWNER in writing of any condition of the site of the proposed Work that would adversely impact 00700 04-2020 Page 8 General Conditions the performance of the Work by the CONTRACTOR, CONTRACTOR covenants that there are no conditions at the site of the proposed work which would adversely impact the performance of Work by the CONTRACTOR. 4.2.2 If conditions are encountered at the site which are (1) subsurface or otherwise concealed physical conditions that differ materially from those indicated in the Contract Documents or(2) unknown physical conditions of an unusual nature, that differ materially from those normally encountered in the type of work being performed under this Contract,then notice by the observing party shall be given to the other party promptly before conditions are disturbed and in no event later than seven (7) calendar days after first observance of the conditions. Owner's Representative will promptly investigate such conditions with E/A and, if they differ materially and cause an increase or decrease in the CONTRACTOR's cost of, or time required for, performance of any part of the Work, OWNER will consider an equitable adjustment in the Contract Amount or Contract Time, or both. If Owner's Representative determines that the conditions at the site are not materially different from those indicated in the Contract Documents and that no change in the terms of the Contract is justified, the CONTRACTOR shall be notified in writing, stating the reasons. Any disputes arising from Owner's Representative's determination shall be resolved in accordance with Article 16. 4.2.3 Notwithstanding any other provision of this Contract,the CONTRACTOR shall be solely responsible for the location and protection of any and all public lines and utility customer service lines in the Work area. For the purposes of this section, "public lines"means the utility distribution and supply system within public rights-of-way or easements, and "utility customer service lines" (service) means any utility line connecting a utility customer to the utility distribution system. Generally, existing service connections within right-of-way or easements are not shown on the Drawings.The CONTRACTOR shall notify the OWNER and"One Call"and exercise due care to locate and to mark, uncover or otherwise protect all such lines in the construction zone and any of the CONTRACTOR's work or storage areas. The CONTRACTOR's obligation hereunder shall be primary and nondelegable. The CONTRACTOR shall indemnify or reimburse the OWNER for such expenses or costs(including fines that may be levied against the OWNER) that may result from unauthorized or accidental damage to all public lines and utility customer service lines in the Work area.The OWNER reserves the right to repair such damage the CONTRACTOR may cause, at the CONTRACTOR's expense. 4.2.4 The CONTRACTOR shall take reasonable precaution to avoid disturbing primitive records and antiquities of archaeological, paleontological or historical significance. No objects of this nature shall be disturbed without written permission of the OWNER and the Texas Department of Antiquities Protection. When such objects are uncovered unexpectedly, the CONTRACTOR shall stop all Work in close proximity and notify Owner's Representative and the Texas Department of Antiquities Protection of their presence and shall not disturb them until written permission and permit to do so is granted.All primitive rights and antiquities uncovered on the OWNER's property shall remain property of the State of Texas,the Texas Department of Antiquities Protection conforming to the Texas Natural Resources Code. If it is determined by the OWNER, in consultation with the Texas Department of Antiquities Protection,that exploration or excavation of primitive records or antiquities on Project site is necessary to avoid loss, the CONTRACTOR shall cooperate in salvage work attendant to preservation. If the Work stoppage or salvage work causes an increase in the CONTRACTOR's cost of, or time required for, performance of the Work, the Contract Amount and/or Contract Time may be equitably adjusted. 4.3 Reference Points: Unless otherwise specified, the OWNER will furnish all reference points, benchmarks, survey monuments, and control points which,in the OWNER's opinion,are suitable for laying out the Work. Such benchmarks and reference points will be placed at intervals not to exceed 1,500 feet. All reference points, benchmarks, survey monuments and control points shall be carefully preserved by the CONTRACTOR by use of flags, laths or other appropriate measures and, in case of destruction or removal by the CONTRACTOR or its employees, such reference points, benchmarks, survey monuments, and control points shall be replaced by a Registered Professional Land Surveyor at the CONTRACTOR's expense. When reference points, benchmarks, survey monuments, or control points are in conflict with the Work, then reestablishment will be the OWNER's responsibility during or upon completion of the Work. 4.4 Hazardous Materials: 00700 04-2020 Page 9 General Conditions 4.4.1 The OWNER shall be responsible for any hazardous material uncovered or revealed at the site which was not shown, indicated or identified in the Contract Documents to be within the scope of the Work and which may present a substantial danger to persons or property exposed thereto in connection with the Work at the site. The CONTRACTOR shall immediately notify Owner's Representative of any suspected hazardous materials encountered before or during performance of the Work and shall take all necessary precautions to avoid further disturbance of the materials. 4.4.2 The CONTRACTOR shall be responsible for any hazardous materials brought to the site by the CONTRACTOR, Subcontractor, Suppliers or anyone else for whom the CONTRACTOR is responsible. 4.4.3 No asbestos-containing materials shall be incorporated into the Work or brought on the Project site without prior approval of the OWNER. 4.4.4 TO THE FULLEST EXTENT PERMITTED BY LAWS AND REGULATIONS, CONTRACTOR SHALL INDEMNIFY AND HOLD HARMLESS OWNER,AND ITS COUNCIL MEMBERS, EMPLOYEES,AGENTS,AND CONSULTANTS FROM AND AGAINST ALL CLAIMS, COSTS, LOSSES, AND DAMAGES (INCLUDING BUT NOT LIMITED TO ALL FEES AND CHARGES OF ENGINEERS, ARCHITECTS, ATTORNEYS, AND OTHER PROFESSIONALS AND ALL COURT OR ARBITRATION OR OTHER DISPUTE RESOLUTION COSTS)ARISING OUT OF OR RELATING TO FAILURE TO CONTROL, CONTAIN OR REMOVE A HAZARDOUS MATERIAL BROUGHT TO THE SITE BY CONTRACTOR OR BY ANYONE FOR WHOM CONTRACTOR IS RESPONSIBLE, OR TO A HAZARDOUS ENVIRONMENTAL CONDITION CREATED BY CONTRACTOR OR BY ANYONE FOR WHOM CONTRACTOR IS RESPONSIBLE. ARTICLE 5-BONDS AND INSURANCE 5.1 Surety and Insurance Companies: All bonds and insurance required by the Contract Documents shall be obtained from solvent surety or insurance companies that are duly licensed by the State of Texas and authorized to issue bonds or insurance policies for the limits and coverages required by the Contract Documents. The bonds shall be in a form acceptable to the OWNER and shall be issued by a surety which complies with the requirements of Chapter 3503, Texas Insurance Code (2005)and which is otherwise acceptable to the OWNER. OWNER may require the surety to obtain reinsurance for any portion of the risk that exceeds 10% of the surety's capital and surplus. For bonds exceeding $100,000, the surety must also hold a certificate of authority from the U.S. Secretary of the Treasury or have obtained reinsurance from a reinsures that is authorized as a reinsures in Texas and holds a certificate of authority from the U.S. Secretary of the Treasury. 5.2 Workers'Compensation Insurance Coverage: 5.2.1 Definitions: .1 Certificate of coverage ("certificate") -A copy of a certificate of insurance, a certificate of authority to self-insure issued by the commission, or a coverage agreement showing statutory workers' compensation insurance coverage for the person's or entity's employees providing services on the Project, for the duration of the Project. .2 Duration of the Project - includes the time from the beginning of the Work on the Project until the CONTRACTOR's/person's Work on the Project has been completed and accepted by the OWNER. .3 Persons providing services on the Project ("subcontractor" herein) - includes all persons or entities performing all or part of the services the CONTRACTOR has undertaken to perform on the Project, regardless of whether that person contracted directly with the CONTRACTOR and regardless of whether that person has employees. This includes, by way of illustration and not of limitation, 00700 04-2020 Page 10 General Conditions independent contractors, Subcontractors, leasing companies, motor carriers, owner-operators, employees of any such entity, or employees of any entity which furnishes persons to provide services on the Project. "Services" include, without limitation, providing, hauling, or delivering equipment or materials, or providing labor, transportation, or other service related to a project. "Services"does not include activities unrelated to the Project, such as food/beverage vendors, office supply deliveries, and delivery of portable toilets. 5.2.2 The CONTRACTOR shall provide coverage, based on proper reporting of classification codes and payroll amounts and filing of any coverage agreements, which meets the statutory requirements of Texas Labor Code, Section 401.011(44)for all employees of the CONTRACTOR providing services on the Project, for the duration of the Project. 5.2.3 The OWNER will not execute the Contract prior to the CONTRACTOR providing all required certificates of coverage. 5.2.4 If the coverage period shown on the CONTRACTOR's current certificate of coverage ends during the duration of the Project, the CONTRACTOR must, prior to the end of the coverage period, file a new certificate of coverage with the OWNER showing that coverage has been extended. 5.2.5 The CONTRACTOR shall obtain from each person providing services on the Project, and provide to the OWNER: .1 a certificate of coverage, prior to that person beginning Work on the Project, so the OWNER will have on file certificates of coverage showing coverage for all persons providing services on the Project; and .2 no later than seven(7)days after receipt by the CONTRACTOR, a new certificate of coverage showing extension of coverage, if the coverage period shown on the current certificate of coverage ends during the duration of the Project. 5.2.6 The CONTRACTOR shall retain all required certificates of coverage for the duration of the Project and for one(1)year thereafter. 5.2.7 The CONTRACTOR shall notify the OWNER in writing by certified mail or personal delivery within ten (10) days after the CONTRACTOR knew or should have known of any change that materially affects the provision of coverage of any person providing services on the Project. 5.2.8 The CONTRACTOR shall post at its office or on each Project site a notice, in the text, form and manner prescribed by the Texas Workers' Compensation Commission, informing all persons providing services on the Project that they are required to be covered, and stating how a person may verify coverage and report lack of coverage. 5.2.9 The CONTRACTOR shall contractually require each person with whom it contracts to provide services on a Project to: .1 provide coverage, based on proper reporting of classification codes and payroll amounts and filing of any coverage agreements, which meets the statutory requirements of Texas Labor Code, Section 401.011(44)for all of its employees providing services on the Project, for the duration of the Project; .2 provide to the CONTRACTOR, prior to that person beginning Work on the Project, a certificate of coverage showing that coverage is being provided for all employees of the person providing services on the Project,for the duration of the Project; .3 provide the CONTRACTOR, prior to the end of the coverage period, a new certificate of coverage showing extension of coverage, if the coverage period shown on the current certificate of coverage ends during the duration of the Project; 00700 04-2020 Page 11 General Conditions .4 obtain from each other person with whom it contracts, and provide to the CONTRACTOR: a) a certificate of coverage, prior to the other person beginning Work on the Project; and b) a new certificate of coverage showing extension of coverage, prior to the end of the coverage period, if the coverage period shown on the current certificate of coverage ends during the duration of the Project; .5 retain all required certificates of coverage on file for the duration of the Project and for one (1) year thereafter; .6 notify the OWNER in writing by certified mail or personal delivery within ten (10)days after the person knew or should have known of any change that materially affects the provision of coverage of any person providing services on the Project; and .7 contractually require each person with whom it contracts,to perform as required by paragraphs 5.2.9.1 - 5.2.9.7, with the certificates of coverage to be provided to the person for whom they are providing services. 5.2.10 By signing this Contract or providing or causing to be provided a certificate of coverage, the CONTRACTOR is representing to the OWNER that all employees of the CONTRACTOR who will provide services on the Project will be covered by workers'compensation coverage for the duration of the Project,that the coverage will be based on proper reporting of classification codes and payroll amounts, and that all coverage agreements will be filed with the appropriate insurance carrier or, in the case of a self-insured, with the commission's Division of Self-Insurance Regulation. Providing false or misleading information may subject the CONTRACTOR to administrative penalties, criminal penalties, civil penalties, or other civil actions. 5.2.11 The CONTRACTOR's failure to comply with any of these provisions is a breach of Contract by the CONTRACTOR which entitles the OWNER to declare the Contract void if the CONTRACTOR does not remedy the breach within ten (10)days after receipt of notice of breach from the OWNER. 5.3 Contractor Insurance Requirements: For specific bond requirements and additional insurance requirements, refer to the Supplemental General Conditions. 5.3.1.1 General Requirements: .1 CONTRACTOR shall carry insurance in the types and amounts indicated below for the duration of the Contract, which shall include items owned by OWNER in the care, custody and control of CONTRACTOR prior to and during construction and warranty period. .2 CONTRACTOR must complete and forward the required Certificates of Insurance to OWNER before the Contract is executed as verification of coverage required below. CONTRACTOR shall not commence Work until the required insurance is obtained and until such insurance has been reviewed by OWNER. Approval of insurance by OWNER shall not relieve or decrease the liability of CONTRACTOR hereunder and shall not be construed to be a limitation of liability on the part of CONTRACTOR. CONTRACTOR must also complete and forward the required Certificates of Insurance to OWNER whenever a previously identified policy period has expired as verification of continuing coverage. .3 CONTRACTOR's insurance coverage is to be written by companies licensed to do business in the State of Texas at the time the policies are issued and shall be written by companies with A.M. Best ratings of B+Vll or better, except for hazardous material insurance which shall be written by companies with A.M. Best ratings of A-or better. 00700 04-2020 Page 12 General Conditions .4 All endorsements naming the OWNER as additional insured, waivers, and notices of cancellation endorsements as well as the Certificate of Insurance shall indicate: City of Round Rock, 221 E. Main St., Round Rock, Texas 78664. .5 The "other" insurance clause shall not apply to the OWNER where the OWNER is an additional insured shown on any policy. It is intended that policies required in the Contract, covering both OWNER and CONTRACTOR, shall be considered primary coverage as applicable. .6 If insurance policies are not written for amounts specified below, CONTRACTOR shall carry Umbrella or Excess Liability Insurance for any differences in amounts specified. If Excess Liability Insurance is provided, it shall follow the form of the primary coverage. .7 OWNER shall be entitled, upon request and without expense,to receive certified copies of policies and endorsements thereto and may make any reasonable requests for deletion or revision or modification of particular policy terms, conditions, limitations, or exclusions except where policy provisions are established by law or regulations binding upon either of the parties hereto or the underwriter on any such policies. .8 OWNER reserves the right to review the insurance requirements set forth during the effective period of this Contract and to make reasonable adjustments to insurance coverage, limits, and exclusions when deemed necessary and prudent by OWNER based upon changes in statutory law, court decisions, the claims history of the industry or financial condition of the insurance company as well as CONTRACTOR. .9 CONTRACTOR shall not cause any insurance to be canceled nor permit any insurance to lapse during the term of the Contract or as required in the Contract. .10 CONTRACTOR shall be responsible for premiums, deductibles and self-insured retentions, if any, stated in policies. All deductibles or self-insured retentions shall be disclosed on the Certificate of Insurance. .11 CONTRACTOR shall provide OWNER thirty (30) days written notice of erosion of the aggregate limits below occurrence limits for all applicable coverages indicted within the Contract. .12 If OWNER-owned property is being transported or stored off-site by CONTRACTOR, then the appropriate property policy will be endorsed for transit and storage in an amount sufficient to protect OWNER's property. .13 The insurance coverages required under this contract are required minimums and are not intended to limit the responsibility or liability of CONTRACTOR. 5.3.1.2 Business Automobile Liability Insurance. Provide coverage for all owned, non-owned and hired vehicles. The policy shall contain the following endorsements in favor of OWNER: a) Waiver of Subrogation endorsement TE 2046A; b) 30 day Notice of Cancellation endorsement TE 0202A; and c) Additional Insured endorsement TE 9901 B. Provide coverage in the following types and amounts: 00700 04-2020 Page 13 General Conditions .1 A minimum combined single limit of$500,000 per occurrence for bodily injury and property damage. Alternate acceptable limits are $250,000 bodily injury per person, $500,000 bodily injury per occurrence and at least$100,000 property damage liability each accident. 5.3.1.3 Workers'Compensation and Employers' Liability Insurance: Coverage shall be consistent with statutory benefits outlined in the Texas Workers' Compensation Act (Section 401). CONTRACTOR shall assure compliance with this Statute by submitting two(2)copies of a standard certificate of coverage (e.g. ACCORD form) to Owner's Representative for every person providing services on the Project as acceptable proof of coverage. The required Certificate of Insurance must be presented as evidence of coverage for CONTRACTOR. Workers' Compensation Insurance coverage written by the Texas Workers Compensation Fund is acceptable to OWNER. CONTRACTOR's r policy shall apply to the State of Texas and include these endorsements in favor of OWNER: a) Waiver of Subrogation,form WC 420304; and b) 30 day Notice of Cancellation, form WC 420601. The minimum policy limits for Employers' Liability Insurance coverage shall be as follows: .1 $100,000 bodily injury per accident, $500,000 bodily injury by disease policy limit and $100,000 bodily injury by disease each employee. 5.3.1.4 Commercial General Liability Insurance. The Policy shall contain the following provisions: a) Blanket contractual liability coverage for liability assumed under the Contract and all contracts relative to this Project. b) Completed Operations/Products Liability for the duration of the warranty period. c) Explosion, Collapse and Underground (X, C& U) coverage. d) Independent Contractors coverage. e) Aggregate limits of insurance per project, endorsement CG 2503. f) OWNER listed as an additional insured, endorsement CG 2010. g) 30 day notice of cancellation in favor of OWNER, endorsement CG 0205. h) Waiver of Transfer of Recovery Against Others in favor of OWNER, endorsement CG 2404. Provide coverages A&B with minimum limits as follows: .1 A combined bodily injury and property damage limit of$500,000 per occurrence. 5.3.1.5 Builders' Risk Insurance. CONTRACTOR shall maintain Builders' Risk Insurance or Installation Insurance on an all risk physical loss form in the Contract Amount. Coverage shall continue until the Work is accepted by OWNER. OWNER shall be a loss payee on the policy. If off site storage is permitted, coverage shall include transit and storage in an amount sufficient to protect property being transported or stored. 5.4 Bonds: 00700 04-2020 Page 14 General Conditions 5.4.1 General. .1 Bonds, when required, shall be executed on forms furnished by or acceptable to OWNER. All bonds signed by an agent must be accompanied by a certified copy of such agent's authority to act. .2 If the surety on any bond furnished by CONTRACTOR is declared bankrupt or becomes insolvent or its right to do business is terminated in the State of Texas or it ceases to meet the requirements of the preceding paragraph, CONTRACTOR shall within ten(10)days thereafter substitute another bond and surety, both of which must be acceptable to OWNER. .3 When Performance Bonds and/or Payment Bonds are required,each shall be issued in an amount of one hundred percent (100%) of the Contract Amount as security for the faithful performance and/or payment of all CONTRACTOR's obligations under the Contract Documents. Performance Bonds and Payment Bonds shall be issued by a solvent surety company authorized to do business in the State of Texas, and shall meet any other requirements established by law or by OWNER pursuant to applicable law. Any surety duly authorized to do business in Texas may write Performance and Payment Bonds on a project without reinsurance to the limit of 10 percent of its capital and surplus. Such a surety must reinsure any obligations over 10 percent. .4 If CONTRACTOR has failed to obtain or maintain a required bond, OWNER may exclude the CONTRACTOR from the site of the Project and exercise OWNER's suspension and/or termination rights under the Contract Documents. 5.4.2 Performance Bond. .1 If the Contract Amount exceeds $100,000, CONTRACTOR shall furnish OWNER with a Performance Bond in the form set out by OWNER. .2 If the Contract Amount exceeds $25,000 but is less than or equal to $100,000, CONTRACTOR shall furnish OWNER with a Performance Bond in the form set out by OWNER, unless the original Contract Time is 60 Calendar Days/40 Working Days or less, in which case CONTRACTOR can agree to the following terms and conditions for payment in lieu of providing a Performance Bond: no money will be paid to CONTRACTOR until completion and acceptance of the Work by OWNER; CONTRACTOR shall be entitled to receive 95%of the Contract Amount following Final Completion, and the remaining 5%of the Contract Amount following the one year warranty period. .3 If the Contract Amount is less than or equal to $25,000, CONTRACTOR will not be required to furnish a Performance Bond; provided that no money will be paid to CONTRACTOR until completion and acceptance of the Work by OWNER under the following terms and conditions: CONTRACTOR shall be entitled to receive 95%of the Contract Amount following Final Completion, and the remaining 5%of the Contract Amount following the one year warranty period. .4 If a Performance Bond is required to be furnished, it shall extend for the one year warranty period. 5.4.3 Payment Bond. .1 If the Contract Amount exceeds $50,000, CONTRACTOR shall furnish OWNER with a Payment Bond in the form set out by OWNER. .2 If the Contract Amount is less than or equal to $50,000, CONTRACTOR will not be required to furnish a Payment Bond; provided that no money will be paid to CONTRACTOR until completion and acceptance of the Work by OWNER under the terms and conditions specified in paragraph 5.4.2.3. 00700 04-2020 Page 15 General Conditions ARTICLE 6 -CONTRACTOR'S RESPONSIBILITIES 6.1 Supervision and Superintendence: 6.1.1 The CONTRACTOR shall supervise, inspect and direct the Work competently and efficiently,devoting such attention thereto and applying such skills and expertise as may be necessary to perform the Work in accordance with the Contract Documents. Unless otherwise directed by the OWNER in the Contract Documents, the CONTRACTOR shall be solely responsible for the means, methods, techniques, sequences and procedures of construction. The CONTRACTOR shall be responsible to see that the completed Work complies accurately with the Contract Documents. 6.1.2 The CONTRACTOR shall have an English-speaking, competent Superintendent on the Work at all times that work is in progress. Upon request of Owner's Representative, the CONTRACTOR shall present the resume of the proposed Superintendent to Owner's Representative showing evidence of experience and successful superintendence and direction of work of a similar scale and complexity. If, in the opinion of Owner's Representative, the proposed Superintendent does not indicate sufficient experience in line with the Work, he/she will not be allowed to be the designated Superintendent for the Work. The Superintendent shall not be replaced without Written Notice to Owner's Representative. If the CONTRACTOR deems it necessary to replace the Superintendent, the CONTRACTOR shall provide the necessary information for approval, as stated above, on the proposed new Superintendent. A qualified substitute Superintendent may be designated in the event that the designated Superintendent is temporarily away from the Work, but not to exceed a time limit acceptable to Owner's Representative. The CONTRACTOR shall replace the Superintendent upon the OWNER's request in the event the Superintendent is unable to perform to the OWNER's satisfaction. The Superintendent will be the CONTRACTOR's representative on the Work and shall have the authority to act on behalf of the CONTRACTOR. All communications given to the Superintendent shall be as binding as if given to the CONTRACTOR. Either the CONTRACTOR or the Superintendent shall provide an emergency and home telephone number at which one or the other may be reached if necessary when work is not in progress. 6.2 Labor, Materials and Equipment: 6.2.1 The CONTRACTOR agrees to employ only orderly and competent workers, skillful in performance of the type of Work required under this Contract. The CONTRACTOR, Subcontractors, Sub-subcontractors, and their employees may not use or possess any firearms, alcoholic or other intoxicating beverages, illegal drugs or controlled substances while on the job or on the OWNER's property, nor may such workers be intoxicated,or under the influence of alcohol or drugs, on the job. If the OWNER or Owner's Representative notifies the CONTRACTOR that any worker is incompetent, disorderly or disobedient, has knowingly or repeatedly violated safety regulations, has possessed any firearms, or has possessed or was under the influence of alcohol or drugs on the job, the CONTRACTOR shall immediately remove such worker from performing Contract Work, and may not employ such worker again on Contract Work without the OWNER's prior written consent. The CONTRACTOR shall at all times maintain good discipline and order on or off the site in all matters pertaining to the Project. The CONTRACTOR shall pay workers no less than the wage rates established in Section 00900,and maintain weekly payroll reports as evidence thereof. 6.2.2 Unless otherwise specified, the CONTRACTOR shall provide and pay for all materials, equipment, labor, transportation, construction equipment and machinery, tools, appliances, fuel, power, light, heat, telephone, water, sanitary facilities, temporary facilities and all other facilities and incidentals necessary for the furnishing, performance, re-testing of defective work, start-up and completion of the Work. 6.2.3 All materials and equipment shall be of good quality and new (including new products made of recycled materials), except as otherwise provided in the Contract Documents. If required by Owner's Representative, the CONTRACTOR shall furnish satisfactory evidence (reports of required tests, manufacturer's certificates of compliance with material requirements, mill reports, etc.) as to the kind, quantity and quality of materials and equipment. All materials and equipment shall be applied, installed, connected, erected, used, cleaned and conditioned in accordance with instructions of the applicable Supplier, except as otherwise provided in the Contract Documents. 00700 04-2020 Page 16 General Conditions 6.2.4 Substitutes and "Approved Equal" Items: 6.2.4.1 Whenever an item of material or equipment is specified or described in the Contract Documents by using the name of a proprietary item or the name of a particular Supplier, the specification or description is intended to establish the type,function and quality required. Unless the specification or description contains words reading that no like, equivalent or"approved equal"item or no substitution is permitted, other items of material or equipment of other Suppliers may be submitted to Owner's Representative under the following circumstances: .1 "Approved Equal": If, in the OWNER's sole discretion, an item of material or an item of equipment proposed by the CONTRACTOR is functionally equal to that named and sufficiently similar so that no change in related Work will be required, it may be considered by the OWNER as an "approved equal" item,in which case review of the proposed item may, in the OWNER's sole discretion, be accomplished without compliance with some or all of the requirements for evaluation of proposed substitute items. The CONTRACTOR shall provide the OWNER with the documentation required for the OWNER to make its determination. .2 Substitute Items: If, in the OWNER's sole discretion, an item of material or an item of equipment proposed by the CONTRACTOR does not qualify as an "approved equal" item under paragraph 6.2.4.1.1, then it will be considered a proposed substitute item. The CONTRACTOR shall submit sufficient information to allow the OWNER to determine that the item of material or item of equipment proposed is essentially equivalent to that named and a substitute therefor. 6.2.4.2 Substitute Construction Methods and Procedures: If a specific means, method, technique, sequence or procedure of construction is shown or indicated in and expressly required by the Contract Documents, the CONTRACTOR may with prior approval of the OWNER furnish or utilize a substitute means, method, technique, sequence, or procedure of construction. The CONTRACTOR shall submit sufficient information to Owner's Representative to allow the OWNER, in the OWNER's sole discretion, to determine that the substitute proposed is equivalent to that expressly called for by the Contract Documents. 6.2.4.3 OWNER's Evaluation: The OWNER will be allowed a reasonable time within which to evaluate each proposal or submittal made pursuant to paragraph 6.2.4.1.1 and paragraph 6.2.4.1.2. The OWNER will be the sole judge of acceptability. No"approved equal"or substitute shall be ordered, installed, or utilized until the OWNER's review is complete, which will be evidenced by either a Change Order or completion of the Shop Drawing review procedure. The OWNER may require the CONTRACTOR to furnish at the CONTRACTOR's expense a special performance guarantee or other surety bond with respect to any"approved equal"or substitute. The OWNER shall not be responsible for any delay due to review time for any"approved equal"or substitute. 6.2.4.4 CONTRACTOR's Expense: All data to be provided by the CONTRACTOR in support of any proposed "approved equal"or substitute item will be at the CONTRACTOR'S expense. 6.2.5 The CONTRACTOR agrees to assign to the OWNER any rights it may have to bring antitrust suits against its Suppliers for overcharges on materials incorporated in the Project growing out of illegal price fixing agreements. The CONTRACTOR further agrees to cooperate with the OWNER should the OWNER wish to prosecute suits against Suppliers for illegal price fixing. 6.3 Progress Schedule: Unless otherwise directed, the CONTRACTOR shall adhere to the progress schedule established in accordance with paragraph 2.6 as it may be adjusted from time to time as provided below: .1 The CONTRACTOR shall submit to Owner's Representative for acceptance proposed adjustments in the progress schedule that will not change the Contract Times or Milestones. Such adjustments will conform generally to the progress schedule then in effect. 00700 04-2020 Page 17 General Conditions .2 Proposed adjustments in the progress schedule that will change the Contract Times or Milestones shall be submitted in accordance with the requirements of Article 12. Such adjustments may only be made by a Change Order or Time Extension Request in accordance with Article 12. 6.4 Concerning Subcontractors,Suppliers and Others: 6.4.1 Assignment: The CONTRACTOR agrees to retain direct control of and give direct attention to the fulfillment of this Contract. The CONTRACTOR agrees not to, by Power of Attorney or otherwise,assign said Contract without the prior written consent of the OWNER. 6.4.2 Award of Subcontracts for Portions of the Work: The CONTRACTOR shall not employ any Subcontractor, Supplier or other person or organization, whether initially or as a substitute, against whom the OWNER may have reasonable objection. The CONTRACTOR must provide the OWNER with a list of all Subcontractors, Suppliers, or other persons or organizations it will use in the Work, and such list must be provided prior to the preconstruction conference. Should the OWNER have objections,the OWNER will communicate such objections by Written Notice. If the OWNER requires a change without good cause of any Subcontractor, person or organization previously accepted by OWNER,the Contract Amount may be increased or decreased by the difference in the cost occasioned by any such change, and an appropriate Change Order shall be issued. The CONTRACTOR shall not substitute any Subcontractor, person or organization that has been accepted by the OWNER, unless the substitute has been accepted in writing by the OWNER. No acceptance by the OWNER of any Subcontractor, Supplier or other person or organization shall constitute a waiver of any right of the OWNER to reject defective Work. 6.4.3 The CONTRACTOR shall enter into written agreements with all Subcontractors and Suppliers which specifically bind the Subcontractors or Suppliers to the applicable terms and conditions of the Contract Documents for the benefit of the OWNER and E/A. The OWNER reserves the right to specify that certain requirements shall be adhered to by all Subcontractors and Sub-subcontractors as indicated in other portions of the Contract Documents and these requirements shall be made a portion of the agreement between the CONTRACTOR and Subcontractor or Supplier. 6.4.4 The CONTRACTOR shall be fully responsible to the OWNER for all acts and omissions of the Subcontractors, Suppliers and other persons and organizations performing or furnishing any of the Work under a direct or indirect contract with the CONTRACTOR just as the CONTRACTOR is responsible for the CONTRACTOR's own acts and omissions. Nothing in the Contract Documents shall create for the benefit of any such Subcontractor, Supplier or other person or organization any contractual relationship between the OWNER and any such Subcontractor, Supplier or other person or organization, nor shall it create any obligation on the part of the OWNER or E/A to pay or to see to the payment of any amounts due any such Subcontractor, Supplier or other person or organization except as may otherwise be required by laws and regulations. 6.4.5 The CONTRACTOR shall be solely responsible for scheduling and coordinating the Work of Subcontractors, Suppliers and other persons and organizations performing or furnishing any of the Work under a direct or indirect contract with the CONTRACTOR. The CONTRACTOR shall require all Subcontractors, Suppliers and such other persons and organizations performing or furnishing any of the Work to communicate with Owner's Representative through the CONTRACTOR. 6.4.6 The divisions and sections of the Specifications and the identifications of any Drawings shall not control the CONTRACTOR in dividing or delineating the Work to be performed by any specific trade. 6.4.7 The CONTRACTOR shall pay each Subcontractor and Supplier their appropriate share of payments made to the CONTRACTOR not later than ten(10)Days after the CONTRACTOR's receipt of payment from the OWNER. 6.5 Patent Fees and Royalties: 6.5.1 The CONTRACTOR shall be responsible at all times for compliance with applicable patents or copyrights encompassing, in whole or in part, any design, device, material, or process utilized, directly or indirectly, in the performance of the Work or the formulation or presentation of its Bid. 00700 04-2020 Page 18 General Conditions 6.5.2 The CONTRACTOR shall pay all royalties and license fees and shall provide, prior to commencement of Work hereunder and at all times during the performance of same, for lawful use of any design, device, material or process covered by letters, patent or copyright by suitable legal agreement with the patentee, copyright holder, or their duly authorized representative whether or not a particular design, device, material, or process is specified by the OWNER. 6.5.3 The CONTRACTOR shall defend all suits or claims for infringement of any patent or copyright and shall indemnify and save the OWNER harmless from any and all claims,costs, losses,expenses and damages(including but not limited to attorneys fees and consultant fees),direct or indirect,arising with respect to the CONTRACTOR's process in the formulation of its bid or the performance of the Work or otherwise arising in connection therewith. The OWNER reserves the right to provide its own defense,with counsel of its own choosing,to any suit or claim of infringement of any patent or copyright in which event the CONTRACTOR shall indemnify and save harmless the OWNER from all costs and expenses of such defense as well as satisfaction of all judgments entered against the OWNER. 6.5.4 The OWNER shall have the right to stop the Work and/or terminate this Agreement at any time in the event the CONTRACTOR fails to disclose to the OWNER that the CONTRACTOR's work methodology includes the use of any infringing design, device, material or process. 6.6 Permits, Fees: Unless otherwise provided in the Supplemental General Conditions, the CONTRACTOR shall obtain and pay for all construction permits, licenses and fees required for prosecution of the Work. OWNER will obtain and pay for the following permits, licenses and/or fees, if required: .1 Site Development Permit. .2 Building Permit(s). .3 Texas Department of Transportation permit for work in State rights-of-way. .4 Railroad Utility License Agreement. 6.7 Laws and Regulations: 6.7.1 The CONTRACTOR shall give all notices and comply with all laws and regulations applicable to furnishing and performing the Work. Except where otherwise expressly required by applicable laws and regulations, neither the OWNER nor E/A shall be responsible for monitoring the CONTRACTOR's compliance with any laws and regulations. 6.7.2 The CONTRACTOR shall plan and execute its operations in compliance with all applicable Federal, State and local laws and regulations, including those concerning control and abatement of water pollution and prevention and control of air pollution. 6.7.3 If the CONTRACTOR performs any Work that it is contrary to laws or regulations,then the CONTRACTOR shall bear and shall indemnify, defend and hold OWNER harmless from all claims, costs, losses and damages arising therefrom; however, it shall not be the CONTRACTOR's primary responsibility to make certain that the Specifications and Drawings are in accordance with laws and regulations, but this does not relieve the CONTRACTOR of the CONTRACTOR's obligations under Article 3. 6.8 Taxes: 6.8.1 The CONTRACTOR shall pay all sales, consumer, use and other similar taxes required to be paid by the CONTRACTOR in accordance with the laws and regulations of the State of Texas. 00700 04-2020 Page 19 General Conditions 6.8.2 The OWNER is an exempt organization as defined by Chapter 11 of the Property Tax Code of Texas and is thereby exempt from payment of Sales Tax under Chapter 151, Limited Use Sales, Excise and Use Tax, Texas Tax Code, and Chapter 321, Texas Tax Code. 6.9 Use of Premises: 6.9.1 The CONTRACTOR shall confine construction equipment,the storage of materials and equipment and the operations of workers to the site and land and areas identified in and permitted by the Contract Documents and other land and areas permitted by laws and regulations, rights-of-way, permits and easements, and shall not unreasonably encumber the premises with construction equipment or other materials or equipment. The CONTRACTOR shall assume full responsibility for any damage to any such land or area, or to the owner or occupant thereof or of any adjacent land or areas, resulting from the performance of the Work. Should any claim be made by any such owner or occupant because of the performance of the Work, the CONTRACTOR shall promptly settle with such other party by negotiation or otherwise resolve the claim by dispute resolution proceeding or at law. The CONTRACTOR shall indemnify, defend and hold harmless the OWNER, E/A, E/A's consultants and anyone directly or indirectly employed by any of them from and against all claims, costs, losses and damages (including court costs and reasonable attorneys' fees) arising out of or resulting from any claim or action, legal or equitable, brought by any such owner or occupant against the OWNER, E/A or any other party indemnified hereunder to the extent caused by or based upon performance of the Work or failure to perform the Work. 6.9.2 During the progress of the Work and on a daily basis, the CONTRACTOR shall keep the premises free from accumulations of waste materials, rubbish and other debris resulting from the Work. At the completion of the Work, the CONTRACTOR shall remove all waste materials, rubbish and debris from and about the premises as well as all tools, appliances, construction equipment and machinery and surplus materials. The CONTRACTOR shall leave the site clean and ready for occupancy by the OWNER at Substantial Completion of the Work. The CONTRACTOR shall, at a minimum, restore to original condition all property not designated for alteration by the Contact Documents. 6.9.3 The CONTRACTOR shall not load nor permit any part of any structure to be loaded in any manner that will endanger the structure, nor shall the CONTRACTOR subject any part of the Work or adjacent property to stresses or pressures that will endanger it. 6.10 Record Documents: The CONTRACTOR shall maintain in a safe place at the site, or other location acceptable to the OWNER, one(1) record copy of all Drawings, Specifications,Addenda,Change Orders,Change Directives, Field Orders and written interpretations and clarifications (issued pursuant to paragraph 9.5) in good order and annotated to show all changes made during construction. These record documents, together with all final samples and all final Shop Drawings,will be available to the OWNER and E/A for reference during performance of the Work. Upon Substantial Completion of the Work, these record documents, samples and Shop Drawings showing the final "as built' construction of the Project shall be promptly delivered to Owner's Representative. 6.11 Safety and Protection: 6.11.1 The CONTRACTOR shall be responsible for initiating, maintaining and supervising all safety precautions and programs in connection with the Work. Upon request, and prior to installation of measures,the CONTRACTOR shall submit a site security and safety plan for approval by the OWNER. By reviewing the plan or making recommendations or comments, the OWNER will not assume liability nor will the CONTRACTOR be relieved of liability for damage, injury or loss. The CONTRACTOR shall take all necessary precautions for the safety of and shall provide the necessary protection to prevent damage, injury or loss to: .1 all persons on the Work site or who may be affected by the Work; .2 all the Work and materials and equipment to be incorporated therein, whether in storage on or off the site; and 00700 04-2020 Page 20 General Conditions .3 other property at the site or adjacent thereto, including but not limited to, trees, shrubs, lawns, walks, pavements, roadways, structures, utilities and underground facilities not designated for removal, relocation or replacement in the course of construction. 6.11.2 The CONTRACTOR shall comply with all applicable laws and regulations of any public body having jurisdiction for safety of persons or property or to protect them from damage, injury or loss; and shall erect and maintain all necessary safeguards for such safety and protection. The CONTRACTOR shall notify owners of adjacent property and of underground facilities, and utility owners when prosecution of the Work may affect them, and shall cooperate with them in the protection, removal, relocation and replacement of their property. All damage, injury or loss to any property referred to in paragraph 6.11.1.2 and paragraph 6.11.1.3 caused, directly or indirectly, in whole or in part, by the CONTRACTOR, Subcontractor, Supplier or any person or organization directly or indirectly employed by any of them to perform or furnish any of the Work or anyone for whose acts any of them may be responsible, shall be remedied by the CONTRACTOR (except damage or loss attributable to the fault of Drawings or Specifications or to the acts or omissions of the OWNER, or EtA, or EtA's consultant or anyone employed by any of them or anyone for whose acts any of them may be responsible, and not attributable, directly or indirectly, in whole or in part,to the faults or negligence of the CONTRACTOR or any Subcontractor, Supplier or other person or organization directly or indirectly employed by any of them). The CONTRACTOR's duties and responsibilities for safety and protection of the Work shall continue until such time as all the Work is completed and Owner's Representative has issued a notice to the OWNER and the CONTRACTOR in accordance with Article 14 that the Work is acceptable(except as otherwise expressly provided in connection with Substantial Completion). 6.11.3 Safety Representative: The CONTRACTOR shall designate a qualified and experienced safety representative at the site whose duties and responsibilities shall be the prevention of accidents and the maintaining and supervising of safety precautions and programs. Upon request of the OWNER, the CONTRACTOR shall provide certifications or other documentation of the safety representative's qualifications. At a minimum,the safety representative shall have received the OSHA thirty (30) hour training and a certificate evidencing that the safety representative has received such training within the last five (5) years shall be provided to the OWNER's representative. 6.11.4 Hazard Communication Programs: The CONTRACTOR shall be responsible for coordinating any exchange of material safety data sheets or other hazard communication information required to be made available to or exchanged between or among employers at the site in accordance with laws and regulations. 6.11.5 Emergencies: 6.11.5.1 In emergencies affecting the safety or protection of persons or the Work at the site or adjacent thereto, the CONTRACTOR, without special instruction or authorization from the OWNER or E/A, is obligated to act reasonably to prevent threatened damage, injury or loss and to mitigate damage or loss to the Work. The CONTRACTOR shall give Owner's Representative prompt written notice if the CONTRACTOR believes that any significant changes in the Work or variations from the Contract Documents have been caused thereby. If Owner's Representative determines that a change in the Contract Documents is required because of the action taken by the CONTRACTOR in response to such an emergency,a Change Directive or Change Order will be issued to document the consequences of such action; otherwise the OWNER will not be responsible for the CONTRACTOR's emergency action. 6.11.5.2 Authorized agents of the CONTRACTOR shall respond immediately to call-out at any time of any day or night when circumstances warrant the presence on Project site of the CONTRACTOR or its agent to protect the Work or adjacent property from damage, restriction or limitation or to take such action or measures pertaining to the Work as may be necessary to provide for the safety of the public. Should the CONTRACTOR and/or its agent fail to respond and take action to alleviate such an emergency situation, the OWNER may direct other forces to take action as necessary to remedy the emergency condition,and the OWNER will deduct any cost of such remedial action from the funds due to the CONTRACTOR under this Contract. 6.11.5.3 In the event there is an accident involving injury to any individual on or near the Work, the CONTRACTOR shall notify Owner's Representative within twenty-four (24) hours of the event and shall be responsible for recording the location of the event and the circumstances surrounding the event through 00700 O42O20 Page 21 General Conditions photographs, interviewing witnesses, obtaining medical reports and other documentation that describes the event. Copies of such documentation shall be provided to Owner's Representative, for the OWNER's and E/A's records, within forty-eight(48) hours of the event. 6.12 Continuing the Work: The CONTRACTOR shall carry on the Work and adhere to the progress schedule during all disputes or disagreements with the OWNER. No Work shall be delayed or postponed pending resolution of any disputes or disagreements, except as the OWNER and the CONTRACTOR may agree in writing. 6.13 CONTRACTOR's General Warranty and Guarantee: 6.13.1 The CONTRACTOR warrants and guarantees to the OWNER that all Work will be performed in a good and workmanlike manner in accordance with the Contract Documents and will not be defective. The CONTRACTOR's warranty and guarantee hereunder excludes defects or damage caused by: .1 abuse, modification or improper maintenance or operation by persons other than the CONTRACTOR, Subcontractors or Suppliers; or .2 normal wear and tear under normal usage. 6.13.2 The CONTRACTOR's obligation to perform and complete the Work in a good and workmanlike manner in accordance with the Contract Documents shall be absolute. None of the following will constitute acceptance of Work not in accordance with the Contract Documents or a release of the CONTRACTOR's obligation to perform the Work in accordance with the Contract Documents: .1 observations by Owner's Representative and/or E/A; .2 recommendation of any progress or final payment by Owner's Representative; .3 the issuance of a certificate of Substantial Completion or any payment by the OWNER to the CONTRACTOR under the Contract Documents; .4 use or occupancy of the Work or any part thereof by the OWNER; .5 any acceptance by the OWNER or any failure to do so; .6 any review of a Shop Drawing or sample submittal; .7 any inspection, test or approval by others; or .8 any correction of defective Work by the OWNER. .9 the failure of the OWNER, E/A or any other person or entity acting on behalf of the OWNER or E/A to observe, detect or discover any defect in the Work or any non-conformance of the Work with any requirement of the Contract Documents. CONTRACTOR hereby waives any claim or defense to any claim by the OWNER that any failure by the OWNER, E/A, or any other person or entity acting on behalf of the OWNER or E/A to observe, detect or discover any defect in the Work relieves or releases, in whole or in part, CONTRACTOR from any obligations or responsibility for the correction of such defects or any other obligation of CONTRACTOR under the Contract Documents. 6.14 Indemnification: 00700 04-2020 Page 22 General Conditions 6.14.1 TO THE FULLEST EXTENT PERMITTED BY LAW,AND IN ADDITION TO ANY OTHER OBLIGATIONS OF CONTRACTOR UNDER THE CONTRACT OR OTHERWISE,CONTRACTOR SHALL INDEMNIFY, DEFEND AND HOLD HARMLESS OWNER, ITS COUNCIL MEMBERS , EMPLOYEES,AGENTS, AND CONSULTANTS INCLUDING, BUT NOT LIMITED TO THE E/A (THE "INDEMNIFIED PARTIES" OR INDEMNIFIED PARTY", FROM AND AGAINST ALL CLAIMS, COSTS, LOSSES,AND DAMAGES (INCLUDING BUT NOT LIMITED TO ALL FEES AND CHARGES OF ENGINEERS,ARCHITECTS, ATTORNEYS, CONSULTANTS, EXPERTS AND OTHER PROFESSIONALS AND ALL COURT OR ARBITRATION OR OTHER DISPUTE RESOLUTION COSTS) ARISING OUT OF OR RELATING TO THE PERFORMANCE OF THE WORK, REGARDLESS OF WHETHER SUCH CLAIMS, COSTS, LOSSES,AND DAMAGES ARE CAUSED, IN WHOLE OR IN PARTY BY THE ACTS, ACTIONS, ERRORS OR OMISSIONS OF AN INDEMNIFIED PARTY. BECAUSE OWNER IS A MUNICIPALITY,THE TERMS AND PROVISIONS OF SUBCHAPTER C OF CHAPTER 151 OF THE TEXAS INSURANCE CODE ("CHAPTER '151") DOES NOT APPLY TO THE OWNER. IF, HOWEVER, ANY PROVISION OF CHAPTER 151 APPLIES TO THE OWNER, IT IS THE INTENT OF THE OWNER THAT IF THE PROVISIONS OF CHAPTER 151 DO APPLY, NOTHING HEREIN SHALL IMPOSE ANY REQUIREMENTS ON CONTRACTOR THAT ARE PROHIBITED BY CHAPTER 151 AND THAT ANY OF THE PROVISIONS HEREOF THAT ARE NOT PROHIBITED BY CHAPTER 151 SHALL REMAIN IN FULL FORCE AND EFFECT. ACCORDINGLY, IN THE EVENT THAT IN CONSTRUING AND INTERPRETING THE CONTRACT DOCUMENTS, A COURT OF COMPETENT JURISDICTION OR, IF APPLICABLE, AN ARBITRATOR, DETERMINES THAT CHAPTER 151 APPLIES. TO THE OWNER, THEN THE COURT OR ARBITRATOR SHALL REFORM THE PROVISIONS HEREOF SO AS TO COMPLY WITH CHAPTER 151 AND SUCH REFORMATION SHALL NOT AFFECT THE VALIDITY OF ANY PROVISIONS HEREOF THAT ARE NOT PROHIBITED BY CHAPTER 151. 6.14.2 The indemnification obligation under paragraph 6.14.1 shall not be limited in any way by any limitation on the amount or type of damages, or compensation or benefits payable by or for the CONTRACTOR or any such Subcontractor, Supplier or other person or organization under workers'compensation acts,disability benefit acts or other employee benefit acts. 6.14.3 The obligations of the CONTRACTOR under paragraph 6.14.1 shall not extend to the liability of the OWNER, E/A, E/A's consultants, and their officers, directors, partners, employees or agents caused primarily by negligent preparation of maps, drawings, surveys, designs or specifications upon which is placed the applicable state-authorized design professional seal of the OWNER's, E/A's or E/A's consultant's officers, directors, partners, employees or agents. 6.14.4 In the event the CONTRACTOR fails to follow the OWNER's directives concerning use of the site, scheduling or course of construction, or engages in other conduct which proximately causes damage to property based on inverse condemnation or otherwise, then and in that event, the CONTRACTOR shall indemnify the OWNER against all costs resulting from such claims. 6.14.5 In the event the CONTRACTOR unreasonably delays progress of the work being done by others on the site so as to cause loss for which the OWNER becomes liable, then the CONTRACTOR shall reimburse the OWNER for such loss. 6.15 Survival of Obligations: All representations, indemnifications,warranties and guarantees made in, required by or given in accordance with the Contract Documents,as well as all continuing obligations indicated in the Contract Documents,will survive final payment, completion and acceptance of the Work and termination or completion of the Agreement. 6.16 Losses from Natural Causes: Unless otherwise specified, all loss or damage to the CONTRACTOR arising out of the nature of the Work to be done or from action of the elements,floods or from unforeseeable circumstances in prosecution of the Work or from 00700 04-2020 Page 23 General Conditions unusual obstructions or difficulties which may be encountered in prosecution of the Work, shall be sustained and borne by the CONTRACTOR at its own cost and expense. 6.17 Notice of Claim: Should the CONTRACTOR suffer injury or damage to person or property because of any error, omission or act of the OWNER or of any of the OWNER's employees or agents or others for whose acts the OWNER is liable,a Claim will be made to the other party within thirty (30) calendar days of the event giving rise to such injury or damage. The provisions of this paragraph 6.17 shall not be construed as a substitute for or a waiver of the provisions of any applicable statute of limitations, statute of repose, or any other provision of the Contract Documents. 6.18 Liquidated Damages: At set forth in the Agreement,paragraph 1.2,the CONTRACTOR or its Surety shall be liable for Liquidated Damages for the CONTRACTOR's failure to timely complete the Work or any portion thereof within the Contract Time. See Supplemental Conditions for amount of Liquidated Damages. ARTICLE 7-OTHER WORK 7.1 The OWNER may perform other work related to the Project at the site by the OWNER's own forces, or let other contracts therefor, or have other work performed by utility owners. If the CONTRACTOR believes that delay or additional cost is involved because of such action by the OWNER, the CONTRACTOR may make a Claim as provided in Article 11 or Article 12. 7.2 The CONTRACTOR shall afford other contractors who are in a contract with the OWNER and each utility owner (and the OWNER, if the OWNER is performing the additional work with the OWNER's employees) proper and safe access to the site and a reasonable opportunity for the introduction and storage of materials and equipment and the execution of such other work and shall properly connect and coordinate the Work with theirs. Unless otherwise provided in the Contract Documents, the CONTRACTOR shall do all cutting, fitting and patching of the Work that may be required to make its several parts come together properly and integrate with such other work. The CONTRACTOR shall not endanger any work of others by cutting, excavating or otherwise altering their work and will only cut or alter their work with the written consent of Owner's Representative and the other contractors whose work will be affected. The CONTRACTOR shall promptly remedy damage caused by the CONTRACTOR to completed or partially completed construction or to property of the OWNER or separate contractors. 7.3 If the proper execution or results of any part of the CONTRACTOR's Work depends upon work performed by others under this Article 7, the CONTRACTOR shall inspect such other work and promptly report to Owner's Representative in writing any delays, defects or deficiencies in such other work that render it unavailable or unsuitable for the proper execution and results of the CONTRACTOR's Work. The CONTRACTOR's failure to report will constitute an acceptance of such other work as fit and proper for integration with the CONTRACTOR's Work except for latent or nonapparent defects and deficiencies in such other work. 7.4 The OWNER shall provide for coordination of the activities of the OWNER's own forces and of each separate contractor with the Work of the CONTRACTOR, who shall cooperate with them. The CONTRACTOR shall participate with other separate contractors and Owner's Representative in reviewing their construction schedules when directed to do so. The CONTRACTOR shall make any revisions to the construction schedule deemed necessary after a joint review and mutual agreement. The construction schedules shall then constitute the schedules to be used by the CONTRACTOR, separate contractors and the OWNER until subsequently revised. 7.5 Unless otherwise stated herein, costs caused by delays or by improperly timed activities or defective construction shall be borne by the party responsible therefor. 7.6 If CONTRACTOR damages,delays,disrupts or interferes with the work of any other contractor,or any utility owner performing other work at or adjacent to the site of the Project, through CONTRACTOR's failure to take reasonable and customary measures to avoid such impacts, or if any claim arising out of CONTRACTOR's actions, 00700 04-2020 Page 24 General Conditions inactions or negligence in performance of the Work at or adjacent to the site of the Project is made by any such other contractor or utility owner against CONTRACTOR, OWNER, or E/A, then CONTRACTOR shall (1) promptly attempt to settle the claim as to all parties through negotiations with such other contractor or utility owner, or otherwise resolve the claim by arbitration or other dispute resolution proceeding or at law,and(2)INDEMNIFY AND HOLD HARMLESS THE INDEMNIFIED PARTIES, INCLUDING, BUT NOT LIMITED TO THE E/A FROM AND AGAINST ANY SUCH CLAIMS,AND AGAINST ALL COSTS,LOSSES,AND DAMAGES(INCLUDING BUT NOT LIMITED TO ALL FEES AND CHARGES OF ENGINEERS, ARCHITECTS, ATTORNEYS, AND OTHER PROFESSIONALS AND ALL COURT OR ARBITRATION OR OTHER DISPUTE RESOLUTION COSTS) ARISING OUT OF OR RELATING TO SUCH DAMAGE, DELAY, DISRUPTION, OR INTERFERENCE. ARTICLE 8 -OWNER'S RESPONSIBILITIES 8.1 Prior to the start of construction, the OWNER will designate in writing a person or entity to act as Owner's Representative during construction. Except as otherwise provided in these General Conditions,the OWNER shall issue all communications to the CONTRACTOR through Owner's Representative. 8.2 The OWNER will not supervise, direct, control or have authority over or be responsible for the CONTRACTOR's means, methods,techniques,sequences or procedures of construction or the safety precautions and programs incident thereto. The OWNER is not responsible for any failure of the CONTRACTOR to comply with laws and regulations applicable to furnishing or performing the Work. The OWNER is not responsible for the CONTRACTOR's failure to perform or furnish the Work in accordance with the Contract Documents. Failure or omission of the OWNER to discover, or object to or condemn any defective Work or material shall not release the CONTRACTOR from the obligation to properly and fully perform the Contract. 8.3 The OWNER is not responsible for the acts or omissions of the CONTRACTOR, or of any Subcontractor, any Supplier, or of any other person or organization performing or furnishing any of the Work. 8.4 Information or services under the OWNER's control shall be furnished by the OWNER with reasonable promptness to avoid delay in the orderly progress of the Work. 8.5 The foregoing are in addition to other duties and responsibilities of the OWNER enumerated herein and especially those in respect to Article 4 (Availability of Lands; Subsurface and Physical Conditions; Reference Points),Article 7 (Other Work) and Article 14 (Payments to the CONTRACTOR and Completion). 8.6 Notice of Claim: Should the OWNER suffer injury or damage to person or property because of any error, omission or act of the CONTRACTOR or of any of the CONTRACTOR's employees or agents or others for whose acts the CONTRACTOR is liable, a notice of such injury or damage will be sent to the CONTRACTOR within thirty (30) calendar days of the event giving rise to such injury or damage. The provisions of this paragraph 8.6 shall not be construed as a substitute for or a waiver of the provisions of any applicable statute of limitations or statute of repose. 8.7 The OWNER is not responsible for the CONTRACTOR's failure to perform or furnish the Work in accordance with the Contract Documents. The failure or omission of the OWNER, E/A or any other person or entity acting on behalf of the OWNER or the E/A to observe,detect,discover,or object to or condemn any defective Work or material shall not release the CONTRACTOR from CONTRACTOR's obligation to properly and fully perform the Work pursuant to the Contract Documents. The OWNER shall not be responsible for the acts, errors or omissions of the CONTRACTOR, or any Subcontractor, Supplier or any other person or entity performing or furnishing any of the Work on behalf of the CONTRACTOR. ARTICLE 9-ENGINEER/ARCHITECT'S STATUS DURING CONSTRUCTION 9.1 EIA's Authority and Responsibilities: 9.1.1 The duties and responsibilities and the limitations of authority of E/A during construction are set forth in the Contract Documents and shall not be extended without written consent of the OWNER and E/A. The assignment 00700 04-2020 Page 25 General Conditions of any authority, duties or responsibilities to E/A under the Contract Documents, or under any agreement between the OWNER and E/A, or any undertaking, exercise or performance thereof by E/A, is intended to be for the sole and exclusive benefit of the OWNER and is not for the benefit of the CONTRACTOR, Subcontractor, Sub- subcontractor, Supplier, or any other person or organization, or for any surety or employee or agent of any of them. 9.1.2 E/A will not supervise, direct, control or have authority over or be responsible for the CONTRACTOR's means, methods, techniques, sequences or procedures of construction, or the safety precautions and programs incident thereto. E/A is not responsible for any failure of the CONTRACTOR to comply with laws and regulations applicable to the furnishing or performing the Work. E/A is not responsible for the CONTRACTOR's failure to perform or furnish the Work in accordance with the Contract Documents. Failure or omission of E/A to discover, or object to or condemn any defective Work or material shall not release the CONTRACTOR from the obligation to properly and fully perform the Work. 9.1.3 E/A is not responsible for the acts or omissions of the CONTRACTOR, or of any Subcontractor, any Supplier, or of any other person or organization performing or furnishing any of the Work. 9.1.4 If the OWNER so directs, E/A will review the final Application for Payment and accompanying documentation and all maintenance and operating instructions, schedules, guarantees, bonds and certificates of inspection,tests and approvals and other documentation required to be delivered by Article 14,but only to determine generally that their content complies with the requirements of, and in the case of certificates of inspections, tests and approvals that the results certified indicate compliance with, the Contract Documents. 9.1.5 The limitations upon authority and responsibility set forth in this paragraph 9.1 shall also apply to E/A's Consultants, Resident Project Representative and assistants. 9.2 E/A as Owner's Representative: 9.2.1 E/A may be designated as Owner's Representative under paragraph 8.1. 9.3 Visits to Site: If the OWNER so directs, E/A will make visits to the site at intervals appropriate to the various stages of construction as is necessary in order to observe as an experienced and qualified design professional the progress that has been made and the quality of the various aspects of the CONTRACTOR's executed Work. Based on information obtained during such visits and observations, E/A will endeavor for the benefit of the OWNER to determine if the Work is proceeding in accordance with the Contract Documents. E/A will not be required to make exhaustive or continuous on-site inspections to check the quality or quantity of the Work. E/A's efforts will be directed toward providing for the OWNER a greater degree of confidence that the completed Work will conform to the Contract Documents. On the basis of such visits and on-site observations, E/A will keep the OWNER informed of the progress of the Work and will endeavor to guard the OWNER against defective Work. E/A's visits and on-site observations are subject to all the limitations on E/A's authority and responsibility set forth in paragraph 9.1. 9.4 Project Representative: If the OWNER and E/A agree, E/A will furnish a Resident Project Representative to assist E/A in providing more continuous observation of the Work. The responsibilities and authority and limitations of any such Resident Project Representative and assistants will be as provided in paragraph 9.1 and in the Supplemental General Conditions. The OWNER may designate another representative or agent to represent the OWNER at the site who is not E/A, E/A's consultant, agent or employee. 9.5 Clarifications and Interpretations: E/A may determine that written clarifications or interpretations of the requirements of the Contract Documents (in the form of drawings or otherwise) are necessary. Such written clarifications or interpretations will be consistent with the intent of and reasonably inferable from the Contract Documents,will be issued with reasonable promptness by Owner's Representative and will be binding on the OWNER and the CONTRACTOR. If the OWNER or the 00700 04-2020 Page 26 General Conditions CONTRACTOR believes that a written clarification or interpretation justifies an adjustment in the Contract Amount or the Contract Times, the OWNER or the CONTRACTOR may make a Claim therefor as provided in Article 11 or Article 12. 9.6 Rejecting Defective Work: E/A may recommend that the OWNER disapprove or reject Work which E/A believes to be defective, or believes will not produce a completed Project that conforms to the Contract Documents or will prejudice the integrity of the design concept of the completed Project as a functioning whole as indicated by the Contract Documents. ARTICLE 10-CHANGES IN THE WORK 10.1 Changes: 10.1.1 Without invalidating the Contract and without notice to any surety,the OWNER, at any time or from time to time, may order additions, deletions or revisions in the Work. Such changes in the Work will be authorized by Change Order, Change Directive or Field Order. 10.1.2 Changes in the Work shall be performed under applicable provisions of the Contract Documents, and the CONTRACTOR shall proceed promptly, unless otherwise provided in the Change Order, Change Directive or Field Order. 10.1.3 The CONTRACTOR shall not be entitled to an increase in the Contract Amount or an extension of the Contract Times with respect to any Work performed that is not required by the Contract Documents as amended, modified and supplemented as provided in paragraph 3.3.1 and paragraph 3.3.2, except in the case of an emergency as provided in paragraph 6.11.5 or in the case of uncovering Work as provided in paragraph 13.4. 10.1.4 Except in the case of an emergency as provided in paragraph 6.11.5, a Change Order or Change Directive is required before the CONTRACTOR commences any activities associated with a change in the Work which, in the CONTRACTOR's opinion,will result in a change in the Contract Amount and/or Contract Times. 10.1.5 If notice of any change affecting the general scope of the Work or the provisions of the Contract Documents (including, but not limited to, Contract Amount or Contract Times) is required by the provisions of any Bond to be given to a surety, the giving of any such notice will be the CONTRACTOR's responsibility, and the amount of each applicable Bond will be adjusted accordingly. 10.2 Change Orders: 10.2.1 The OWNER and the CONTRACTOR shall execute appropriate written Change Orders covering: .1 a change in the Work; .2 the amount of the adjustment in the Contract Amount, if any; and .3 the extent of the adjustment in the Contract Time, if any. 10.2.2 An executed Change Order shall represent the complete, equitable, and final amount of adjustment in the Contract Amount and/or Contract Time owed to the CONTRACTOR or the OWNER as a result of the occurrence or event causing the change in the Work encompassed by the Change Order. 10.3 Change Directives: 10.3.1 The OWNER may by written Change Directive,without invalidating the Contract,order changes in the Work within the general scope of the Contract consisting of additions, deletions or other revisions, the Contract Amount 00700 04-2020 Page 27 General Conditions and Contract Time being adjusted as necessary. A Change Directive shall be used in the absence of complete and prompt agreement on the terms of a Change Order. 10.3.2 If the Change Directive provides for an adjustment to the Contract Amount, the adjustment shall be based on the method provided for in paragraph 11.5. 10.3.3 A Change Directive shall be recorded later by preparation and execution of an appropriate Change Order. 10.3.4 Upon receipt of a Change Directive, CONTRACTOR shall promptly proceed with the change in the Work involved. 10.4 Field Order: 10.4.1 Owner's Representative may authorize minor variations in the Work from the requirements of the Contract Documents which do not involve an adjustment in the Contract Amount or the Contract Times and are compatible with the design concept of the completed Project as a functioning whole as indicated by the Contract Documents. These shall be accomplished by written Field Order and shall be binding on the OWNER and on the CONTRACTOR who shall perform the Work involved promptly. 10.4.2 If the CONTRACTOR believes that a Field Order would require an adjustment in the Contract Amount and/or Contract Times, the CONTRACTOR shall make written request to Owner's Representative for a Change Order. Any request by the CONTRACTOR for an adjustment in Contract Amount and/or Contract Times shall be made in writing prior to beginning the work covered by the Field Order. 10.5 No Damages for Delay: Except as otherwise provided in the Contract Documents, the CONTRACTOR shall receive no compensation for delays or hindrances to the Work. If delay is caused by specific orders given by the OWNER to stop Work for reasons for which the CONTRACTOR is not responsible, or such delay is not caused by active interference in the Work by OWNER for reasons for which the CONTRACTOR is not responsible, then such delay will entitle the CONTRACTOR only to an equivalent extension of time,the CONTRACTOR's application for which shall, however, be subject to approval of the OWNER. No such extension of time shall release the CONTRACTOR or surety on its performance bond from all the CONTRACTOR's obligations hereunder which shall remain in full force until discharge of the Contract. ARTICLE 11 -CHANGE OF CONTRACT AMOUNT 11.1 The Contract Amount is stated in the Agreement and, including authorized adjustments, is the total amount payable by the OWNER to the CONTRACTOR for performance of the Work under the Contract Documents. 11.2 The original Contract Amount may not be increased by more than twenty4ive percent(25%)and it may not be decreased more than twenty-five percent(25%)without the consent of the CONTRACTOR to such decrease. 11.3 The Contract Amount shall only be changed by a Change Order. Any claim for an adjustment in the Contract Amount shall be made by Written Notice delivered by the party making the Claim to the other party promptly (but in no event later than thirty(30)calendar days)after the start of the occurrence or event giving rise to the Claim and stating the general nature of the Claim. Notice of the amount of the Claim with supporting data shall be delivered within thirty(30)calendar days after Written Notice of Claim is delivered by claimant, and shall represent that the adjustment claimed covers all known amounts to which claimant is entitled as a result of said occurrence or event. If the OWNER and the CONTRACTOR cannot otherwise agree, all Claims for adjustment in the Contract Amount shall be determined as set out in Article 16. 11.4 Determination of Value of Work: 00700 04-2020 Page 28 General Conditions City of Round Rock Public Library Addendum 1 October 30, 2020 11.4.1 The value of any Work covered by a Change Order or of any Claim for an adjustment in the Contract Amount will be determined by one or more of the following methods: .1 by application of unit prices contained in the Contract Documents to the quantities of the items involved. .2 by a mutually agreed lump sum properly itemized and supported by sufficient substantiating data to permit evaluation. .3 by cost of Work plus the CONTRACTOR's fee for all overhead costs and profit(determined as provided in paragraph 11.5). 11.4.2 Before using the method described in paragraph 11.4.1.3, the OWNER and the CONTRACTOR agree to negotiate a Change Order using the methods identified in paragraph 11.4.1.1 and paragraph 11.4.1.2, as appropriate, to determine the adjustment in the Contract Amount. 11.5 Cost of Work: If neither of the methods defined in paragraph 11.4.1.1 or paragraph 11.4.1.2 can be agreed upon before a change in the Work is commenced which will result in an adjustment in the Contract Amount, the OWNER may issue a Change Directive to the CONTRACTOR. If the OWNER elects to issue a Change Directive, CONTRACTOR shall perform the Changed Work and payment will be made as follows: .1 For all personnel, the CONTRACTOR will receive the actual rate or wage for each hour that said personnel are actually engaged in such Work, to which will be added an amount equal to twenty-five percent (25%) of the sum thereof as compensation for the CONTRACTOR's and any affected Subcontractor's total overhead and profit. Said actual wage shall be no less than the rate or wage specified in the prevailing wage rates established in Section 00900. No separate charge will be made by the CONTRACTOR for organization or overhead expenses. For the cost of premiums on public liability insurance, workers' compensation insurance, social security and unemployment insurance, an amount equal to fifty-five percent(55%) of the wages paid personnel, excluding the twenty-five (25%) compensation provided above, will be paid to the CONTRACTOR. The actual cost of the CONTRACTOR's bond(s)on the extra Work will be paid based on invoices from surety. No charge for superintendence will be made unless considered necessary and ordered by the OWNER. .2 The CONTRACTOR will receive the actual cost, including freight charges, of the materials used on such Work, to which costs will be added a sum equal to twenty-five percent (25%) thereof as compensation for the CONTRACTOR's and any affected Subcontractor's total overhead and profit. In case material invoices indicate a discount may be taken, the actual cost will be the invoice price minus the discount. .3 For machinery, trucks, power tools, or other similar equipment agreed to be necessary by the OWNER and the CONTRACTOR, the OWNER will allow the CONTRACTOR the rate as given in the latest edition of the Associated General Contractors of America "Contractor's Equipment Cost Guide" as published by Dataquest for each hour that said tools or equipment are in use on such work, which rate includes the cost of fuel, lubricants and repairs. No additional compensation will be allowed on the equipment for the CONTRACTOR's overhead and profit. .4 The compensation, as herein provided for, shall be received by the CONTRACTOR and any affected Subcontractor as payment in full for work done by Change Directive and will include use of small tools, and total overhead expense and profit. The CONTRACTOR and the Owner's Representative shall compare records of work done by Change Directive at the end of each day. Copies of these records will be made upon forms provided for this purpose by the OWNER and signed by both Owner's Representative and the CONTRACTOR, with one (1) copy being retained by the OWNER and one (1) by the CONTRACTOR. Refusal by the CONTRACTOR to sign these records within two (2) working days of presentation does not invalidate the accuracy of the record. 00700 04-2020 Page 29 General Conditions 11.6 Unit Price Work: 11.6.1 Where the Contract Documents provide that all or part of the Work is to be unit price Work, initially the Contract Amount will be deemed to include for all unit price work an amount equal to the sum of the established unit price for each separately identified item of unit price work times the estimated quantity of each item as indicated in the Bid. The estimated quantities of items of unit price work are not guaranteed and are solely for the purpose of comparison of Bids and determining an initial Contract Amount. Determinations of the actual quantities and classifications of unit price work performed by the CONTRACTOR will be made by Owner's Representative. Owner's Representative will review with the CONTRACTOR the preliminary determinations on such matters before rendering a written decision thereon (by recommendation of an Application for Payment or otherwise). 11.6.2 When "plan quantity" is indicated for a bid item, the CONTRACTOR shall be paid the amount specified in the Contract Documents without any measurements. 11.6.3 Each unit price will be deemed to include an amount considered by the CONTRACTOR to be adequate to cover the CONTRACTOR's overhead and profit for each separately identified item. 11.6.4 A Major Item is any individual bid item in the Bid that has a total cost equal to or greater than five percent (5%) of the original Contract Amount or $50,000, whichever is greater, computed on the basis of bid quantities and Contract unit prices. 11.6.5 The OWNER or the CONTRACTOR may make a Claim for an adjustment in the Contract Amount in accordance with Article 11 if: .1 the actual quantity of any Major Item should become as much as twenty percent(20%) more than or twenty percent(20%) less than in the Bid; or .2 The CONTRACTOR presents proper documentation contesting the accuracy of"plan quantity," and Owner's Representative verifies quantity and determines original quantity is in error by five percent (5%)or more. 11.6.6 Right to Verify Information: The CONTRACTOR agrees that any designated representative of the OWNER shall have the right to examine the CONTRACTOR's records to verify the accuracy and appropriateness of the pricing data used to price change proposals. Even after a Change Order Proposal has been approved, the CONTRACTOR agrees that if the OWNER later determines the cost and pricing data submitted was inaccurate, incomplete, not current or not in compliance with the terms of this Agreement regarding pricing of change orders, then an appropriate contract price reduction will be made. 11.6.7 Pricing Information Requirements: The CONTRACTOR agrees to provide and require all subcontractors to provide a breakdown of allowable labor and labor burden cost information as outlined herein. This information will be used to evaluate the potential cost of labor and labor burden related to change order work. It is intended that this information represent an accurate estimate of the CONTRACTOR's actual labor and labor burden cost components. This information is not intended to establish fixed billing or change order pricing labor rates. However, at the time change orders are priced the submitted cost data for labor rates may be used to price change order work. The accuracy of any such agreed-upon labor cost components used to price change orders will be subject to later audit. Approved change order amounts may be adjusted later to correct the impact of inaccurate labor cost components if the agreed-upon labor cost components are determined to be inaccurate. ARTICLE 12-CHANGE OF CONTRACT TIMES 12.1 Working Day and Calendar Day Contracts: 12.1.1 The Contract Times (or Milestones) shall only be changed by Change Order or Time Extension Request duly executed by both the CONTRACTOR and Owner's Representative. Any claim for an adjustment of the Contract Times(or Milestones)shall be made by Written Notice delivered by the party making the Claim to the other 00700 04-2020 Page 30 General Conditions party promptly(but in no event later than thirty (30) calendar days) after the start of the occurrence or event giving rise to the delay and stating the general nature of the delay. Notice of the extent of the delay with supporting data shall be delivered within thirty (30) calendar days after Written Notice of Claim is delivered by claimant, and shall represent that the adjustment claimed is the entire adjustment to which claimant is entitled as a result of said occurrence or event. If the OWNER and the CONTRACTOR cannot otherwise agree, all Claims for adjustment in the Contract Times(or Milestones) shall be determined as set out in Article 16. No Claim for an adjustment in the Contract Times(or Milestones)will be valid if not submitted in accordance with the requirements of this paragraph. 12.1.2 When the CONTRACTOR is at fault and the OWNER stops the Work so that corrections in the Work can be made by the CONTRACTOR,then no extension in time will be allowed. 12.1.3 When the CONTRACTOR is prevented from completing any part of the Work within the Contract Times(or Milestones) due to delay for which the CONTRACTOR is not responsible, an extension of the Contract Times (or Milestones) in an amount equal to the time lost due to such delay will be considered by OWNER. Any extension of the Contract Time shall be the CONTRACTOR's sole and exclusive remedy for such delay. However, adverse weather shall not be considered justification for extension of Contract Times on Calendar Day contracts, except as provided for in paragraph 12.2. 12.1.4 The OWNER will consider time extension requests and may grant the CONTRACTOR an extension of time because of: .1 Changes ordered in the Work which justify additional time. .2 Failure of materials or products being at the Project site due to delays in transportation or failures of Suppliers,for which the CONTRACTOR,a Subcontractor or a Supplier is not responsible. The request for an extension of time shall be supported by a recitation of acts demonstrating that such delays were beyond the control of the CONTRACTOR, a Subcontractor or a Supplier including but not limited to, the CONTRACTOR's, the Subcontractor's or the Supplier's efforts to overcome such delays documented as follows: a) Copy of purchase order for delayed item(s) indicating date ordered by the CONTRACTOR/Subcontractor and date purchase order received by Supplier. b) If item(s) require Shop Drawings or other submittal information in accordance with the Contract Documents, provide record of date submittal(s) forwarded to Owner's Representative, date submittal(s) returned to the CONTRACTOR, and date submittal(s)forwarded to Supplier. c) Copy of document(s) from Supplier, on Supplier's letterhead, indicating date(s) item(s) would be ready for shipment and/or actual shipment date(s). d) Copies of all correspondence between the CONTRACTOR/Subcontractor and Supplier indicating the CONTRACTOR/Subcontractor's efforts to expedite item(s). e) If item(s) are being purchased by a Subcontractor, provision of meeting notes, correspondence, and the like which reflect the CONTRACTOR'S efforts with the Subcontractor to expedite delivery of the item(s). .3 When acts of the OWNER, EtA, utility owners or other contractors employed by the OWNER delay progress of work through no fault of the CONTRACTOR. .4 When the CONTRACTOR is delayed by strikes, lockouts, fires, losses from natural causes, or other unavoidable cause or causes beyond the CONTRACTOR's control. 12.2 Calendar Day Contracts: 00700 04-2020 Page 31 General Conditions Under a Calendar Day Contract,the CONTRACTOR.may also be granted an extension of time because of unusual inclement weather that is beyond the normal weather expected for the Williamson and Travis Counties,Texas area. Normal weather which prevents the CONTRACTOR from performing Work is expected during a Calendar Day Contract, and is not a justification for an extension of time. The following delineates the number of days per month for which,for purpo ontracts, expected normal weather will prevent performance of Work: January................7 days February..................................... 7 days March............... .7 days April......................... .7 days May............................... .8 days June................................. .6 days July................................. .6 days August......... .5 days September...................... .7 days October.... 7 days November...................... 7 days December....................... 7 days Days per month exceeding the number shown above may be credited as Rain Days if a Claim is made in accordance with paragraph 12.1.1 and meets the following definition: a"Rain Day" is any day in which a weather event occurs at the site and is sufficient to prevent the CONTRACTOR from performing units of Work critical to maintaining the project schedule during the entire day. ARTICLE 13-TESTS AND INSPECTIONS; AND CORRECTION OR REMOVAL OF DEFECTIVE WORK 13.1 Notice of Defects: Prompt notice of all defective Work of which the OWNER or E/A has actual knowledge will be given to the CONTRACTOR. All defective Work may be rejected or corrected as provided for in Article 13. 13.2 Access to Work: The OWNER, E/A, Elks Consultants, other representatives and personnel of the OWNER, independent testing laboratories and governmental agencies having jurisdiction will have unrestricted physical access to the Work site for observing, inspecting and testing. The CONTRACTOR shall provide them proper and safe conditions for such access, and advise them of the CONTRACTOR's site safety procedures and programs so that they may comply therewith as applicable. 13.3 Tests and Inspections: 13.3.1 The CONTRACTOR shall give timely notice of readiness of the Work for all required inspections, tests or approvals, and shall cooperate with inspection and testing personnel to facilitate required inspections or tests. 13.3.2 The OWNER shall employ and pay for services of an independent testing laboratory to perform all inspections, tests or approvals required by the Contract Documents except: .1 for inspections, tests or approvals covered by paragraph 13.3.3 below; .2 for reinspecting or retesting defective Work; and .3 as otherwise specifically provided in the Contract Documents. All testing laboratories shall be those selected by the OWNER. 00700 04-2020 Page 32 General Conditions 13.3.3 If laws or regulations of any public body having jurisdiction require any Work(or part thereof)specifically to be inspected,tested or approved by an employee or other representative of such public body, the CONTRACTOR shall assume full responsibility for arranging and obtaining such inspections, tests or approvals, pay all costs in connection therewith and furnish Owner's Representative the required certificates of inspection or approval. The CONTRACTOR shall also be responsible for arranging and obtaining and shall pay all costs in connection with any inspections, tests or approvals required for the OWNER's and E/A's review of materials or equipment to be incorporated in the Work, or of materials, mix designs or equipment submitted for review prior to the CONTRACTOR'S purchase thereof for incorporation in the Work. 13.4 Uncovering Work: 13.4.1 If any Work (or the work of others) that is to be inspected, tested or approved is covered by the CONTRACTOR without concurrence of Owner's Representative, or if any Work is covered contrary to the written request of Owner's Representative, it must, if requested by Owner's Representative, be uncovered and recovered at the CONTRACTOR's expense. 13.4.2 If Owner's Representative considers it necessary or advisable that covered Work be observed, inspected or tested, the CONTRACTOR shall uncover, expose or otherwise make available for observation, inspection or testing that portion of the Work in question, furnishing all necessary labor, material and equipment. If it is found that such Work is defective,the CONTRACTOR shall pay all claims, costs, losses and damages caused by, arising out of or resulting from such uncovering, exposure, observation, inspection and testing and of satisfactory replacement or reconstruction (including but not limited to all costs of repair or replacement of work of others); and the OWNER shall be entitled to an appropriate decrease in the Contract Amount, and may make a Claim therefor as provided in Article 11. If, however, such Work is not found to be defective,the CONTRACTOR shall be allowed an increase in the Contract Amount or an extension of the Contract Times (or Milestones), or both, directly attributable to such uncovering, exposure, observation, inspection, testing, replacement and reconstruction; and the CONTRACTOR may make a Claim therefor as provided in Article 1 1 and Article 12. 13.5 OWNER May Stop the Work: 13.5.1 If the Work is defective,or the CONTRACTOR fails to supply sufficient skilled workers or suitable materials or equipment, or fails to furnish or perform the Work in such a way that the completed Work will conform to the Contract Documents,the OWNER may order the CONTRACTOR to stop the Work, or any portion thereof, until the cause for such order has been eliminated; however,this right of the OWNER to stop the Work shall not give rise to any duty on the part of the OWNER to exercise this right for the benefit of the CONTRACTOR or any surety or other party. 13.5.2 If the CONTRACTOR fails to correct defective Work or submit a satisfactory plan to take corrective action, with procedure and time schedule, the OWNER may order the CONTRACTOR to stop the Work, or any portion thereof, until cause for such order has been eliminated,or take any other action permitted by this Contract. A notice to stop the Work, based on defects, shall not stop calendar or working days charged to the Project. 00700 O42020 Page 33 General Conditions 13.6 Correction or Removal of Defective Work: If required by the OWNER,the CONTRACTOR shall promptly,as directed,either correct all defective Work,whether or not fabricated, installed or completed, or, if the Work has been rejected by Owner's Representative, remove it from the site and replace it with Work that is not defective.The CONTRACTOR shall correct or remove and replace defective Work, or submit a plan of action detailing how the deficiency will be corrected, within the time frame identified in the notice of defective Work. The CONTRACTOR shall pay all claims, costs, losses and damages caused by or resulting from such correction or removal(including but not limited to all costs of repair or replacement of work of others), including but not limited to all consultant, engineering, expert and attorney's fees incurred by the OWNER as a result of such defective work or as necessary for OWNER to investigate such defective Work and/or to determine the appropriate means or methods to address or correct such defective Work. The OWNER shall have the right, in OWNER's sole discretion, to have the E/A or other consultant specify the means and methods that will be followed to correct or address any defective Work. If the OWNER specifies a means or method by which the defective Work will be addressed or corrected, the CONTRACTOR shall perform the specified work necessary to address or correct the defective Work at CONTRACTOR's sole cost and expense. 13.7 Warranty period: 13.7.1 If, at any time after the date of Substantial Completion or such longer period of time as may be prescribed by laws or regulations or by the terms of any applicable special guarantee required by the Contract Documents or by any specific provision of the Contract Documents, any Work is found to be defective, the CONTRACTOR shall promptly, without cost to the OWNER and in accordance with the OWNER's written instructions: (I) correct such defective Work, or, if it has been rejected by the OWNER, remove it from the site and replace it with Work that is not defective, and (ii) satisfactorily correct or remove and replace any damage to other Work or the work of others resulting therefrom. If the CONTRACTOR does not promptly comply with the terms of such instructions, or in an emergency where delay would cause serious risk of loss or damage, the OWNER may have the defective Work corrected or the rejected Work removed and replaced, and all claims, costs, losses and damages caused by or resulting from such removal and replacement (including but not limited to all costs of repair or replacement of work of others and all consultant, expert and attorney's fees incurred by OWNER)will be paid by the CONTRACTOR. 13.7.2 In special circumstances where a particular item of equipment is placed in continuous service before Substantial Completion of all the Work, the warranty period for that item may start to run from an earlier date if so provided in the Contract Documents and agreed to by OWNER. 13.8 OWNER May Correct Defective Work: If the CONTRACTOR fails within a reasonable time after Written Notice of the OWNER to correct defective Work, or to remove and replace rejected Work, or if the CONTRACTOR fails to perform the Work in accordance with the Contract Documents, or if the CONTRACTOR fails to comply with any other provision of the Contract Documents, the OWNER may, after seven (7) calendar days' Written Notice to the CONTRACTOR, correct and remedy any such deficiency. If, in the opinion of Owner's Representative, significant progress has not been made during this seven(7)calendar day period to correct the deficiency,the OWNER may exercise any actions necessary to remedy the deficiency. In exercising the rights and remedies under this paragraph,the OWNER shall proceed expeditiously. In connection with such corrective and remedial action, the OWNER may exclude the CONTRACTOR from all or part of the site, take possession of all or part of the Work, and suspend the CONTRACTOR's services related thereto, and incorporate in the Work all materials and equipment stored at the site or for which the OWNER has paid the CONTRACTOR but which are stored elsewhere. The CONTRACTOR shall allow the OWNER, its agents and employees,the OWNER's other contractors,E/A and E/A's consultants access to the site to enable the OWNER to exercise the rights and remedies under this paragraph. All claims, costs, losses and damages incurred or sustained by the OWNER in exercising such rights and remedies will be charged against the CONTRACTOR and a Change Order will be issued incorporating the necessary revisions in the Contract Documents with respect to the 00700 04.2020 Page 34 General Conditions Work. Such claims, costs, losses and damages will include but not be limited to all costs of repair or replacement of work of others destroyed or damaged by correction, removal or replacement of the CONTRACTOR's defective Work and any and all consultant,expert and attorneys fees incurred by OWNER as a result of OWNER's correction of defective WORK. The CONTRACTOR shall not be allowed an extension of the Contract Times(or Milestones), or claims of damage because of any delay in the performance of the Work attributable to the exercise by the OWNER of the OWNER's rights and remedies hereunder. 13.9 ACCEPTANCE OF DEFECTIVE WORK If, instead of requiring correction or removal and replacement of defective Work, OWNER prefers to accept it, OWNER may do so. CONTRACTOR shall pay all claims, costs, losses, and damages attributable to OWNER's evaluation of and determination to accept such defective Work, including but not limited to any expert, engineering or other consultant's fees incurred by the OWNER to investigate such defective Work and/or to determine the appropriate means or methods and work necessary to allow OWNER to accept the defective Work and CONTRACTOR shall pay for all work required to be performed to allow OWNER to accept the defective Work and any estimated costs, expenses and damages OWNER may sustain in the future as a result of accepting the defective Work, including any diminution in value of the Project as a result of accepting the defective Work. If any such acceptance occurs prior to final payment, the necessary revisions in the Contract Documents with respect to the Work shall be incorporated in a Change Order. If the parties are unable to agree as to the decrease in the Contract Price, then OWNER may impose a reasonable set-off against payments due under the Contract Documents. If the acceptance of defective Work occurs after final payment, CONTRACTOR shall pay to OWNER the above described costs, expenses and damages incurred by OWNER as a result of OWNER's acceptance of defective Work. ARTICLE 14-PAYMENTS TO CONTRACTOR AND COMPLETION 14.1 Application for Progress Payment: 14.1.1 Not more than once per month, the CONTRACTOR shall submit to Owner's Representative for review an Application for Payment, in a form acceptable to the OWNER,filled out and signed by the CONTRACTOR covering the Work completed as of the date of the Application and accompanied by such supporting documentation as is required by the Contract Documents or as required by OWNER. 14.1.2 Such applications shall not include requests for payment on account of changes in the Work which have been properly authorized by Change Directives but not yet included in Change Orders. 14.1.3 Such applications shall not include requests for payment of amounts the CONTRACTOR does not intend to pay to a Subcontractor or Supplier because of a dispute or other reason. 14.1.4 Owner will not pay for materials or equipment not incorporated in the Work but delivered and suitably stored at the site or at another location. Payment will be made by Owner only for Work completed in accordance with the Contract Documents. 14.1.5 Where the original Contract Amount is less than$400,000,the OWNER will pay to the CONTRACTOR the total amount of approved Application for Payment, less ten percent(10%)of the amount thereof,which ten percent (10%)will be retained until final payment, less all previous payments and less all sums that may be retained by the OWNER under the terms of this Agreement. Where the original Contract Amount is$400,000 or more,the OWNER will pay to the CONTRACTOR the total amount of approved Application for Payment, less five percent(5%)of the amount thereof,which five percent(5%)will be retained until final payment, less all previous payments and less all sums that may be retained by the OWNER under the terms of this Agreement. In either case, if the Work is near completion and delay occurs due to no fault or neglect of the CONTRACTOR, the OWNER may pay a portion of the retained amount to the CONTRACTOR. The CONTRACTOR, at the OWNER's option, may be relieved of the obligation to complete the Work and, thereupon, the CONTRACTOR shall receive payment of the balance due under the Contract subject to the conditions stated under paragraph 15.2. 00700 04-2020 Page 35 General Conditions 14.1.E Applications for Payment shall include the following documentation: .1 updated progress schedule; .2 monthly subcontractor report; and .3 any other documentation required under the Supplemental General Conditions. 14.2 CONTRACTOR's Warranty of Title: The CONTRACTOR warrants and guarantees that title to all Work, materials and equipment covered by any Application for Payment,whether incorporated in the Project or not,will pass to the OWNER not later than the time of payment to the CONTRACTOR free and clear of all liens. 14.3 Review of Applications for Progress Payment: 14.3.1 Owner's Representative will, within seven (7)calendar days after receipt of each Application for Payment, either indicate a recommendation for payment and forward the Application for processing by the OWNER, or return the Application to the CONTRACTOR indicating Owner's Representative's reasons for refusing to recommend payment. In the latter case,the CONTRACTOR may make the necessary corrections and resubmit the Application. 14.3.2 Owner's Representative's recommendation of any payment requested in an Application for Payment will constitute a representation by Owner's Representative, based upon Owner's Representative's on-site observations of the executed Work and on Owner's Representative's review of the Application for Payment and the accompanying data and schedules,that to the best of Owner's Representative's knowledge, information and belief: .1 the Work has progressed to the point indicated; and .2 the quality of the Work is in accordance with the Contract Documents (subject to an evaluation of the Work as a functioning whole prior to or upon Substantial Completion, to the results of any subsequent tests called for in the Contract Documents, to a final determination of quantities and classifications for unit price Work, and to any other qualifications stated in the recommendation). 14.3.3 By recommending any such payment, Owner's Representative will not thereby be deemed to have represented that: .1 inspections have been made to check the quality or the quantity of the Work or that the Work has been performed in accordance with the Contract Documents; .2 examination has been made to ascertain how or for what purpose the CONTRACTOR has used money previously paid on account of the Contract Amount; .3 the CONTRACTOR's construction means, methods, techniques, sequences or procedures have been reviewed; or .4 that there may not be other matters or issues between the parties that might entitle the CONTRACTOR to be paid additionally by the OWNER or entitle the OWNER to withhold payment to the CONTRACTOR. 14.4 Decisions to Withhold Payment: 14.4.1 The OWNER may withhold or nullify the whole or part of any payment to such extent as may be necessary on account of: .1 defective Work not remedied; 00700 04-2020 Page 36 General Conditions .2 reasonable evidence that the Work cannot be completed for the unpaid balance of the Contract Amount; .3 damage to the OWNER or another contractor; .4 reasonable evidence that the Work will not be completed within the Contract Time,and that the unpaid balance would not be adequate to cover actual or liquidated damages for the anticipated delay; .5 failure of the CONTRACTOR to submit a schedule of values in accordance with the Contract Documents; .6 failure of the CONTRACTOR to submit a submittal schedule in accordance with the Contract Documents; .7 failure of the CONTRACTOR to submit or update construction schedules in accordance with the Contract Documents; .8 failure of the CONTRACTOR to maintain a record of changes on drawings and documents; .9 failure of the CONTRACTOR to maintain weekly payroll reports; .10 failure of the CONTRACTOR to submit monthly subcontractor reports; .11 the CONTRACTOR's neglect or unsatisfactory prosecution of the Work, including failure to clean up; or .12 failure of the CONTRACTOR to comply with any provision of the Contract Documents. .13 OWNER's disagreement with the recommendation of the Owner's Representative, provided the OWNER has provided a Written Notice to the CONTRACTOR specifying the reasons why OWNER does not agree with such recommendation. 14.4.2 When the above reasons for withholding payment are removed, the CONTRACTOR shall resubmit a statement for the value of Work performed. Payment will be made within thirty (30) calendar days of receipt of approved Application for Payment. 14.5 Delayed Payments: Should the OWNER fail to make payment to the CONTRACTOR of a sum named in any Application for Payment with which OWNER agrees and has approved for payment within thirty(30) calendar days after the day on which the OWNER received the mutually acceptable Application for Payment, then the OWNER will pay to the CONTRACTOR, in addition to the sum shown as due by such Application for Payment, interest thereon at the rate of one percent (1%) per month from date due until fully paid, which shall fully liquidate any injury to the CONTRACTOR growing out of such delay in payment. 14.6 Arrears: No money shall be paid by the OWNER upon any claim, debt, demand or account whatsoever,to any person,firm or corporation who is in arrears to the OWNER;and the OWNER shall be entitled to counterclaim and offset against any such debt, claim, demand or account so in arrears and no assignment or transfer of such debt, claim,demand or account, shall affect the right of the OWNER to so offset said amounts, and associated penalties and interest if applicable, against the same. 00700 04-2020 Page 37 General Conditions 14.7 Substantial Completion: 14.7.1 If a Certificate of Occupancy is required by public authorities having jurisdiction over the Work, said certificate shall be issued before the Work or any portion thereof is considered substantially complete. When the CONTRACTOR considers that the Work, or a portion thereof which the OWNER agrees to accept separately, is substantially complete, the CONTRACTOR shall notify Owner's Representative and request a determination as to whether the Work or designated portion thereof is substantially complete. If Owner's Representative does not consider the Work substantially complete, Owner's Representative will notify the CONTRACTOR giving reasons therefor. Failure on the OWNER's part to list a reason does not alter the responsibility of the CONTRACTOR to complete all Work in accordance with the Contract Documents. After satisfactorily completing items identified by Owner's Representative, the CONTRACTOR shall then submit another request for Owner's Representative to determine substantial completion. If Owner's Representative considers the Work substantially complete, Owner's Representative will prepare and deliver a certificate of Substantial Completion which shall establish the date of Substantial Completion, shall include a punch list of items to be completed or corrected before final payment, shall establish the time within which the CONTRACTOR shall finish the punch list, and shall establish responsibilities of the OWNER and the CONTRACTOR for security, maintenance, heat, utilities, damage to the Work, warranty and insurance. Failure to include an item on the punch list does not alter the responsibility of the CONTRACTOR to complete all Work in accordance with the Contract Documents. The certificate of Substantial Completion shall be signed by the OWNER and the CONTRACTOR to evidence acceptance of the responsibilities assigned to them in such certificate. 14.7.2 The OWNER shall have the right to exclude the CONTRACTOR from the Work after the date of Substantial Completion, but the OWNER will allow the CONTRACTOR reasonable access to complete or correct items on the punch list. 14.8 Partial Utilization: The OWNER, at the OWNER's sole option, shall have the right to take possession of and use any completed or partially completed portion of the Work regardless of the time for completing the entire Work. The OWNER's exercise of such use and possession shall not be construed to mean that the OWNER acknowledges that any part of the Work so possessed and used is substantially complete or that it is accepted by OWNER, and the OWNER's exercise of such use and possession shall not relieve the CONTRACTOR of its responsibility to complete all Work in accordance with the Contract Documents. 14.9 Final Inspection: Upon Written Notice from the CONTRACTOR that the entire Work or an agreed portion thereof is complete,Owner's Representative will make a final inspection with the CONTRACTOR and provide Written Notice of all particulars in which this inspection reveals that the Work is incomplete or defective. The CONTRACTOR shall immediately take such measures as are necessary to complete such Work or remedy such deficiencies. 14.10 Final Application for Payment: The CONTRACTOR may make application for final payment following the procedure for progress payments after the CONTRACTOR has completed all such corrections to the satisfaction of Owner's Representative and delivered the following documents: .1 Three(3) complete operating and maintenance manuals, each containing maintenance and operating instructions, schedules, guarantees, and other documentation required by the Contract Documents; .2 Record documents(as provided in paragraph 6.10); .3 Consent of surety, if any, to final payment. If surety is not provided, complete and legally effective releases or waivers (satisfactory to the OWNER) of all claims arising out of or filed in connection with the Work; 00700 04-2020 Page 38 General Conditions .4 Certificate evidencing that insurance required by the Supplemental General Conditions will remain in force after final payment and through any warranty period; .5 Non-Use of Asbestos Affidavit(After Construction); and .6 Any other documentation called for in the Contract Documents. 14.11 Final Payment and Acceptance: 14.11.1 If, on the basis of observation of the Work during construction, final inspection, and review of the final Application for Payment and accompanying documentation as required by the Contract Documents, Owner's Representative is satisfied that the Work has been completed and the CONTRACTOR's other obligations under the Contract Documents have been fulfilled, Owner's Representative will recommend the final Application for Payment and thereby notify the OWNER. If the OWNER agrees with the recommendation of the Owner's Representative, the OWNER will pay to the CONTRACTOR the balance due the CONTRACTOR under the terms of the Contract. 14.11.2 As Contract Time is measured to Final Completion, Owner's Representative will issue a letter of final acceptance to the CONTRACTOR which establishes the Final Completion date and initiates any warranty period. 14.11.3 Final payment is considered to have taken place when the CONTRACTOR or any of its representatives negotiates the OWNER's final payment check, whether labeled final or not, for cash or deposits check in any financial institution for its monetary return. 14.12 Waiver of Claims: The making and acceptance of final payment will constitute: .1 a waiver of claims by the OWNER against the CONTRACTOR, except claims arising from unsettled claims, from defective Work appearing after final inspection, from failure to comply with the Contract Documents or the terms of any warranty specified therein, or from the CONTRACTOR's continuing obligations under the Contract Documents; and .2 a waiver of all claims by the CONTRACTOR against the OWNER other than those previously made in writing and still unsettled. ARTICLE 15-SUSPENSION OF WORK AND TERMINATION 15.1 OWNER May Suspend Work Without Cause and for Convenience: At any time and without cause and for convenience,the OWNER may suspend the Work or any portion thereof for a period of not more than ninety(90)calendar days by written agreement or by Written Notice to the CONTRACTOR which will fix the date on which the Work will be resumed. The CONTRACTOR shall resume the Work on the date so fixed. The CONTRACTOR may be allowed an adjustment in the Contract Amount or an extension of the Contract Times,or both,directly attributable to any such suspension if the CONTRACTOR makes an approved Claim therefor as provided in Article 1 1 and Article 12. 15.2 OWNER May Terminate Without Cause: Upon seven (7)calendar days'Written Notice to the CONTRACTOR,the OWNER may,without cause and without prejudice to any right or remedy of the OWNER, elect to terminate the Agreement. In such case, the CONTRACTOR shall be paid (without duplication of any items): .1 for completed and acceptable Work executed in accordance with the Contract Documents prior to the effective date of termination; 00700 04-2020 Page 39 General Conditions .2 for all claims incurred in settlement of terminated contracts with Suppliers, Subcontractors, and others. The CONTRACTOR agrees to negotiate in good faith with Subcontractors, Suppliers and others to mitigate the OWNER's cost CONTRACTOR shall include in any subcontract or purchase order language that provides that if the Agreement is terminated without cause, the Subcontractor and Suppliers will only be paid for work performed or materials and equipment supplied and shall not have any other claims against CONTRACTOR or OWNER; CONTRACTOR shall not be paid for any profit or overhead for Work not completed. 15.3 OWNER May Terminate With Cause: 15.3.1 Upon the occurrence of any one or more of the following events: .1 if the CONTRACTOR persistently fails to perform the Work in accordance with the Contract Documents; .2 if the CONTRACTOR disregards laws or regulations of any public body having jurisdiction; .3 if the CONTRACTOR disregards the authority of Owner's Representative; .4 if the CONTRACTOR makes fraudulent statements; .5 if the CONTRACTOR fails to maintain a work force adequate to accomplish the Work within the Contract Time; .6 if the CONTRACTOR fails to make adequate progress and endangers successful completion of the Contract; or .7 if the CONTRACTOR otherwise violates any provisions of the Contract Documents; The OWNER may, after giving the CONTRACTOR(and the surety, if any)seven (7)calendar days'Written Notice terminate the services of the CONTRACTOR. The OWNER, at its option, may proceed with negotiation with surety for completion of the Work. Alternatively,the OWNER may under these circumstances exclude the CONTRACTOR from the site and take possession of the Work(without liability to the CONTRACTOR for trespass or conversion), incorporate in the Work all materials and equipment stored at the site or for which the OWNER has paid the CONTRACTOR but which are stored elsewhere, and finish the Work as the OWNER may deem expedient. In such case the CONTRACTOR shall not be entitled to receive any further payment until the Work is finished. If the unpaid balance of the Contract Amount exceeds all claims, costs, losses and damages sustained by the OWNER arising out of or resulting from completing the Work, such excess will be paid to the CONTRACTOR. If such claims, costs, losses and damage exceed such unpaid balance, the CONTRACTOR or surety shall pay the difference to the OWNER. 15.3.2 Where the CONTRACTOR's services have been so terminated by the OWNER, the termination will not affect any rights or remedies of the OWNER against the CONTRACTOR and surety then existing or which may thereafter accrue. Any retention or payment of amounts due the CONTRACTOR by the OWNER will not release the CONTRACTOR from liability. In the event the OWNER terminates the Contract with cause, the OWNER may reject any and all bids submitted by the CONTRACTOR for up to three(3)years. 00700 04-2020 Page 40 General Conditions 15.4 CONTRACTOR May Stop Work or Terminate: If through no act or fault of the CONTRACTOR,the Work is suspended for a period of more than ninety(90)calendar days by the OWNER or under an order of court or other public authority, or (except during disputes) Owner's Representative fails to forward for processing any mutually acceptable Application for Payment within thirty (30) calendar days after it is submitted, or(except during disputes)the OWNER fails for sixty(60)calendar days after it is submitted to pay the CONTRACTOR any sum finally determined by the OWNER to be due, then the CONTRACTOR may, upon seven(7)calendar days'Written Notice to the OWNER,and provided the OWNER does not remedy such suspension or failure within that time, terminate the Agreement and recover from the OWNER payment on the same terms as provided in paragraph 15.2. In lieu of terminating the Agreement and without prejudice to any other right or remedy, if(except during disputes) Owner's Representative has failed to forward for processing any mutually acceptable Application for Payment within thirty(30)calendar days after it is submitted, or (except during disputes) the OWNER has failed for sixty (60) calendar days after it is submitted to pay the CONTRACTOR any sum finally determined by the OWNER to be due, the CONTRACTOR may upon seven (7) calendar days' Written Notice to the OWNER stop the Work until payment of all such amounts due the CONTRACTOR, including interest thereon. The provisions of this paragraph 15.4 are not intended to preclude the CONTRACTOR from making a Claim under Article 11 and Article 12 for an increase in Contract Amount or Contract Times or otherwise for expenses or damage directly attributable to the CONTRACTOR's stopping Work as permitted by this paragraph. ARTICLE 16-DISPUTE RESOLUTION 16.1 Filing of Claims: 16.1.1 Claims arising from the circumstances identified in paragraphs 3.2, 4.1, 4.2.2, 4.2.4, 6.4.2, 6.11.5.2, 6.17, 7.5, 8.6, 9.5, 10.4.2, 13.8, 15.1, 15.2, 15.3, or 15.4, or other occurrences or events,shall be made by Written Notice delivered by the party making the Claim to the other party within thirty (30) calendar days after the start of the occurrence or event giving rise to the Claim and stating the general nature of the Claim. Notice of the amount of the Claim with supporting data shall be delivered within thirty (30) calendar days after Written Notice of Claim is delivered by claimant and shall represent that the adjustment claimed covers all known amounts to which claimant is entitled. 16.1.2 Within thirty(30)calendar days of receipt of notice of the amount of the Claim with supporting data,Owner's Representative and the CONTRACTOR shall meet to discuss the Claim, after which an offer of settlement or notification of no settlement offer will be made to claimant. If claimant is not satisfied with the proposal presented, claimant shall have thirty(30)calendar days in which to: .1 submit additional supporting data requested by the other party; .2 modify the initial Claim; or .3 request Alternative Dispute Resolution. 16.2 Alternative Dispute Resolution: 16.2.1 If a dispute exists concerning a Claim, the parties agree to use the following procedure prior to pursuing any other available remedies. The OWNER reserves the right to include E/A as a party. 16.2.2 Negotiating with Previously Uninvolved Personnel: Either party may make a written request for a meeting to be held between representatives of each party within fourteen (14) calendar days of the request or such later period that the parties may agree to. Each party shall endeavor to include, at a minimum, one (1) previously uninvolved senior level decision maker empowered to negotiate on behalf of their organization. The purpose of this and subsequent meetings will be good faith negotiations of the matters constituting the dispute. Negotiations shall be concluded within thirty(30)calendar days of the first meeting, unless mutually agreed otherwise. This step may 00700 04-2020 Page 41 General Conditions be waived by written agreement of both parties, in which event the parties may proceed directly to mediation as described below. 16.2.3 Mediation: 16.2.3.1 If the procedure described in paragraph 16.2.2 proves unsuccessful or is waived pursuant to its terms, the parties shall initiate the mediation process. The parties agree to select within thirty(30)calendar days one (1) mediator trained in mediation skills, to assist with resolution of the dispute. The OWNER and the CONTRACTOR agree to act in good faith in the selection of the mediator and to give consideration to qualified individuals nominated to act as mediator. Nothing in this agreement prevents the parties from relying on the skills of a person who also is trained in the subject matter of the dispute and/or a contract interpretation expert. 16.2.3.2 Mediation is a forum in which an impartial person, the mediator, facilitates communication between parties to promote reconciliation, settlement, or understanding among them. The parties hereby agree that mediation, at a minimum, shall provide for 1)conducting an on-site investigation, if appropriate, by the mediator for fact-gathering purposes, 2) a meeting of all parties for the exchange of points of view and 3) separate meetings between the mediator and each party to the dispute for the formulation of resolution alternatives. The parties agree to participate in mediation in good faith for up to thirty(30)calendar days from the date of the first mediation session, unless mutually agreed otherwise. Should the parties fail to reach a resolution of the dispute through mediation, then each party is released to pursue other remedies available to them. ARTICLE 17-RIGHT TO AUDIT 17.1 Right to Audit: Whenever the OWNER enters into any type of contractual arrangement with the CONTRACTOR, then the CONTRACTOR's "records" shall upon reasonable notice be open to inspection and subject to audit and/or reproduction during normal business working hours. The OWNER's representative, or an outside representative engaged by the OWNER, may perform such audits. The CONTRACTOR shall maintain all records relating to this Agreement for four (4) years from the date of final payment under this Agreement, or until pending litigation has been completely and fully resolved,whichever occurs later. 17.1.1 The OWNER shall have the exclusive right to examine the records of the CONTRACTOR. The term "records"as referred to herein shall include any and all information, materials and data of every kind and character, including without limitation records, books, papers, documents, contracts,schedules, commitments,arrangements, notes, daily diaries, reports, drawings, receipts, vouchers and memoranda, and any and all other agreements, sources of information and matters that may, in the OWNER's judgment, have any bearing on or pertain to any matters, rights, duties or obligations under or covered by any contract document. Such records shall include(hard copy, as well as computer-readable data if it can be made available),written policies and procedures,time sheets, payroll registers, cancelled checks; personnel file data, correspondence, general ledger entries, and any other record in the CONTRACTOR's possession which may have a bearing on matters of interest to the OWNER in connection with the CONTRACTOR's dealings with the OWNER(all of the foregoing are hereinafter referred to as "records"). In addition,the CONTRACTOR shall permit interviews of employees as well as agents, representatives, vendors, subcontractors and other third parties paid by the CONTRACTOR to the extent necessary to adequately permit evaluation and verification of the following: a) The CONTRACTOR's compliance with contract requirements; b) The CONTRACTOR's compliance with the OWNER'S business ethics policies; and c) If necessary, the extent of the Work performed by the CONTRACTOR at the time of contract termination. 17.1.2 The CONTRACTOR shall require all payees(examples of payees include subcontractors, insurance agents, material suppliers, etc.) to comply with the provisions of this Article 17 by securing the requirements hereof in a 00700 04-2020 Page 42 General Conditions written agreement between the CONTRACTOR and payee. Such requirements include a flow-down right of audit provision in contracts with payees that also apply to subcontractors and sub-subcontractors, material suppliers,etc. The CONTRACTOR shall cooperate fully and shall require Related Parties and all of the CONTRACTOR's subcontractors to cooperate fully in furnishing or in making available to the OWNER from time to time whenever requested, in an expeditious manner, any and all such information, materials, and data. 17.1.3 The OWNER's authorized representative or designee shall have reasonable access to the CONTRACTOR's facilities, shall be allowed to interview all current or former employees to discuss matters pertinent to the performance of this Agreement, and shall be provided adequate and appropriate work space in order to conduct audits in compliance with this Article 17. 17.1.4 If an audit inspection or examination in accordance with this Article 17 discloses overpricing or overcharges of any nature by the CONTRACTOR to the OWNER in excess of one-half of one percent(.5%)of the total contract billings, then the reasonable actual cost of the OWNER's audit shall be reimbursed to the OWNER by the CONTRACTOR. Any adjustments and/or payments,which must be made as a result of any such audit or inspection of the CONTRACTOR's invoices and/or records, shall be made within a reasonable amount of time(not to exceed 90 days)from presentation of the OWNER's findings to the CONTRACTOR. 17.1.5 The CONTRACTOR shall take reasonable actions to prevent any actions or conditions which could result in a conflict with the OWNER's best interests. These obligations shall apply to the activities of the CONTRACTOR's employees, agents, subcontractors, etc. in their dealings and relations with the OWNER's current and former employees and their relatives. For example,the CONTRACTOR's employees,agents or subcontractors should not make or provide to be made any employment, gifts, extravagant entertainment, payments, loans or other considerations to the OWNER's representatives, employees or their relatives. 17.1.E It is also understood and agreed by the CONTRACTOR that any solicitation of gifts or any other item of value by anyone representing the OWNER is to be reported within two (2) business working days to the OWNER at the following telephone number: 512-21 8-5401. Failure to report any such solicitations or offers shall be deemed a material breach of contract entitling the OWNER to pursue damages resulting from the failure to comply with this provision. ARTICLE 18-MISCELLANEOUS 18.1 Venue: In the event of any suit at law or in equity involving the Contract, venue shall be in Williamson County, Texas and the laws of the state of Texas shall apply to Contract interpretation and enforcement. 18.2 Extent of Agreement: This Contract represents the entire and integrated agreement between the OWNER and the CONTRACTOR and supersedes all prior negotiations, representations or agreements, either written or oral. 18.3 Cumulative Remedies: The rights and remedies available to the parties are not to be construed in any way as a limitation of any rights and remedies available to any or all of them which are otherwise imposed or available by laws or regulations, by special warranty or guarantees or by other provisions of the Contract Documents, and the provisions of this paragraph will be as effective as if repeated specifically in the Contract Documents in connection with each particular duty, obligation, right and remedy to which they apply. 00700 04-2020 Page 43 General Conditions 18.4 Severability: If any word, phrase, clause, sentence or provision of the Contract, or the application of same to any person or set of circumstances is for any reason held to be unconstitutional, invalid or unenforceable,that finding shall only effect such word, phrase, clause, sentence or provision, and such finding shall not effect the remaining portions of this Contract; this being the intent of the parties in entering into the Contract; and all provisions of the Contract are declared to be severable for this purpose. 18.5 Independent Contractor The Contract shall not be construed as creating an employer/employee relationship,a partnership,or a joint venture. The CONTRACTOR's services shall be those of an independent contractor. The CONTRACTOR agrees and understands that the Contract does not grant any rights or privileges established for employees of the OWNER. 18.6 Prohibition of Gratuities The OWNER may, by Written Notice to the CONTRACTOR,terminate the Contract without liability if is determined by the OWNER that gratuities were offered or given by the CONTRACTOR or any agent or representative of the CONTRACTOR to any officer or employee of the OWNER with a view toward securing the Contract or securing favorable treatment with respect to the awarding or amending or the making of any determinations with respect to the performing of such Contract. In the event the Contract is terminated by the OWNER pursuant to this provision, the OWNER shall be entitled, in addition to any other rights and remedies,to recover or withhold the amount of the cost incurred by the CONTRACTOR in providing such gratuities. 18.7 Prohibition Against Personal Interest in Contracts No officer, employee, independent consultant,or elected official of the OWNER who is involved in the development, evaluation, or decision-making process of the performance of any solicitation shall have a financial interest, direct or indirect, in the Contract resulting from that solicitation. Any violation of this provision, with the knowledge, expressed or implied, of the CONTRACTOR shall render the Contract voidable by the OWNER. End of General Conditions 00700 04-2020 Page 44 General Conditions 00800 SUPPLEMENTAL GENERAL CONDITIONS City of Round Rock Contract Forms Supplemental General Conditions Section 00800 SUPPLEMENTAL GENERAL CONDITIONS TO AGREEMENT FOR CONSTRUCTION SERVICES The Supplemental General Conditions contained herein shall amend or supplement the General Conditions, Section 00700. ARTICLE 1 -DEFINITIONS 1.16 Engineer/Architect(E/A): Add the following: Name(Representative): JeffBulle,AIA LEEDAP Firm: PGAL Address: 14135 Midway Rd.Suite G-200 City, State,Zip: Addison,TX 75001 Telephone: 972-871-2225 Facsimile: Email: ib,lia©Pga'.�m 1.27 Owner's Representative: Add the following: Name: Richard W" Title: Building Construction Manager Address: 212 Commerce Blvd. City, State,Zip: Round Rock,TX 78664 Telephone: 512-341-3311 Facsimile: Email: �c,ardwin@rounw���g.9ov ARTICLE 6-CONTRACTOR'S RESPONSIBILITIES 6.18 Liquidated Damages Add the following: 1. CONTRACTOR SHALL PAY LIQUIDATED DAMAGES IN THE AMOUNT OF five thousand dollars AND NO/I 00 DOLLARS $500000 PER DAY FOR EACH DAY BEYOND THE DATE ESTABLISHED THEREFOR THAT THE CONTRACTOR FAILS TO ACHIEVE SUBSTANTIAL COMPLETION, AND FOR WHICH OWNER IS UNABLE TO UTILIZE THE IMPROVEMENTS AND FACILITIES DUE TO THE FAILURE OF CONTRACTOR TO HAVE ACHIEVED SUBSTANTIAL COMPLETION IN ACCORDANCE WITH THE CONTRACT. END OF SUPPLEMENTAL GENERAL CONDITIONS Page 1 00800 10-2015 Supplemental General Conditions 00090669 1 1 i I i i i i SECTION Ol-INFORMATION 01-01 COPIES OF PLANS AND SPECIFICATIONS FURNISHED, The Agreement will be prepared in not less than five(5)counterpart(original signed) sets. The City will furnish to the Contractor two (2) sets of conforming Contract Documents and Specifications unless otherwise specified. 01-02 GOVERNING CODES All construction as provided for under these Plans and Specifications shall be governed by any existing Resolutions, Codes and Ordinances, and any subsequent amendments or revisions thereto as set forth by the City. 01-03 LOCATION The location of work shall be as set forth in the Notice to Bidders and as indicated on the Plans. 01-04 USAGE OF WATER All water used during construction shall be provided by the City and shall be metered. The City shall specify the location from which the Contractor is to procure water.The Contractor shall be responsible for obtaining a bulk water permit from the City and providing all apparatus necessary for procuring, storing,transporting and using water during construction.The Contractor shall strive to use no more water than reasonable to perform the work associated with this Contract and shall avoid waste. The Contractor will be required to pay for all water used if it is found that waste is occurring during construction. SECTION 02-SPECIAL CONSIDERATIONS 02-01 CROSSING UTILITIES Prior to commencing the Work associated with this Contract, it shall be the Contractor's responsibility to make arrangements with the Owners of utility companies to uncover their particular utility lines or otherwise confirm their location. Certain utility companies perform such services at their own expense,however,where such is not the case,the Contractor will cause such work to be done at his own expense. 02-02 UTILITY SERVICES FOR CONSTRUCTION The Contractor will be responsible for providing his own utility services while performing the Work associated with this Contract. Provision of said utility services shall be subsidiary to the various bid items and no additional payment will be made for this item. 00900-5-2017 Page 1 Special Conditions 02-03 WAGE RATES Wage Rates(Information From Chapter 2258,Texas Government Code Title 10) 2288.021.Duty of Government Entity to Pay Prevailing Wage Rates a. The State or any political subdivision of the State shall pay a worker employed by it or on behalf of it: (1) not less than the general prevailing rate of per diem wages for work of a similar character in the locality in which the work is performed; and (2) not less than the general prevailing rate of per diem wages for legal holiday and overtime work. b. Subsection(a)does not apply to maintenance work. c. A worker is employed on a public work for the purposes of this section if a Contractor or Subcontractor in the execution of a contract for the public work with the State,a political subdivision of the State or any officer or public body of the State or a political subdivision of the State, employs the worker. 2258.023. Prevailing Wage Rates to be Paid by Contractor and Subcontractor; Penalty a. The contractor who is awarded a contract by a public body, or a Subcontractor of the Contractor, shall pay not less than the rates determined under Section 2258.022 to a worker employed by it in the execution of the contract. b. A Contractor or Subcontractor who violates this section shall pay to the state or a political subdivision of the state on whose behalf the contract is made,$60 for each worker employed for each calendar day or part of the day that the worker is paid less than the wage rates stipulated in the contract.A public body awarding a contract shall specify this penalty in the contract. c. A contractor or subcontractor does not violate this section if a public body awarding a contract does not determine the prevailing wage rates, and specify the rates in the contract as provided by Section 2258.022. d. The public body shall use any money collected under this section to offset the costs incurred in the administration of this chapter. e. A municipality is entitled to collect a penalty under this section only if the municipality has a population of more than 10,000. OO9OO5-2O17 Page 2 Special Conditions 2258.051.Duty of Public Body to Hear Complaints and Withhold Payment A public body awarding a contract, and an agent or officer of the public body, shall: 1. take cognizance of complaints of all violations of this chapter committed in the execution of the contract; and 2. withhold money forfeited or required to be withheld under this Chapter from the payments to the Contractor under the contract, except that the public body may not withhold money from other than the final payment without determination by the public body that there is good cause to believe that the Contractor has violated this chapter. Applicable wage rates to be used in Williamson and/or Travis County shall be according to EXHIBIT "A",2015 ANNUAL TEXAS WORKFORCE COMMISION WAGE RATES at the end of this section. 02-04 LIMIT OF FINANCIAL RESOURCES The City has a limited amount of financial resources committed to this Project; therefore, it shall be understood by all bidders that the City may be required to change and/or delete any items which it may feel is necessary to accomplish all or part of the scope of work within its limit of financial resources. Contractor shall be entitled to no claim for damages or anticipated profits on any portion of work that may be omitted. At any time during the duration of this contract,the City reserves the right to omit any work from this contract. Unit prices for all items previously approved in this contract shall be used to delete or add work per change order. 02-05 CONSTRUCTION REVIEW The City shall provide a project representative to review the quality of materials and workmanship. 02-06 LIMITS OF WORK AND PAYMENT It shall be the obligation of the Contractor to complete all work included in this Contract, so authorized by the City, as described in the contract documents and technical specifications.All items of work not specifically paid for in the bid proposal OO9OO52O17 Page 3 Special Conditions shall be included in the unit price bids. Any question arising as to the limits of work shall be left up to the interpretation of the Engineer. O2O7 LAND FOR WORK Owner provides, as indicated on Drawings, land upon which work is to be done,right- of-way for access to same and such other lands that are designated for the use of the Contractor. Contractor provides, at his expense and without liability of Owner, any additional land and access thereto that may be required for his construction operations, temporary construction facilities, or for storage of materials. O2.O8 DEVIATIONS OCCASIONED BY UTILITY STRUCTURES Whenever existing utilities, not indicated on Plans, present obstructions to grade and alignment of proposed improvements immediately notify engineer,who without delay, will determine if existing utilities are to be relocated, or grade and alignment of proposed improvements changed. Where necessary to move existing utilities and appurtenances as determined by the Engineer,the Engineer and Contractor will make relocation arrangements with the utility owner.The Owner will not be liable for delay costs or damages due to relocations of utilities which hinder progress of the work. O2.O9 CONSTRUCTION STAKING All construction staking required to complete the work associated with this contract shall be provided by the Contractor. The Contractor shall be responsible for determining the layout and extent of staking necessary to construct the improvements to the lines and grades shown in the Plans and such staking shall be satisfactory to the Engineer.The Contractor shall consult with the Engineer and Owners representative in the field for assistance as necessary. Sufficient staking materials and equipment shall be provided by the Contractor including but not limited to:paint,flagging,laths,hubs, blue tops, nails, hammers, measuring chains or tapes, transits and levels. The Contractor shall be responsible for setting and marking control and off-set points for measuring distances and angles,for shooting levels,and for any other items pertaining to construction staking. This item shall not be paid for separately and shall be considered subsidiary to other bid items. OO9OO-52O17 Page 4 Special Conditions EXHIBIT"A" 2015 ANNUAL TEXAS WORFORCE COMMISSION WAGE RATES Construction and Extraction Occupations Hourly wage $11.92 First-Line Supervisors of Construction Trades and Extraction Workers Hourly wage $20.16 Brickmasons and Blockmasons Hourly wage $20.24 Carpenters Hourly wage $12.42 Floor Layers, Except Carpet,Wood,and Hard Tiles Hourly wage $12.74 Tile and Marble Setters Hourly wage $11.79 Cement Masons and Concrete Finishers Hourly wage $12.18 Construction Laborers Hourly wage $10.08 Paving,Surfacing,&Tamping Equipment Operators Hourly wage $11.28 Operating Engineers and Other Construction Equipment Hourly wage $13.52 Drywall and Ceiling Tile Installers Hourly wage $12.72 Electricians Hourly wage $16.03 Glaziers Hourly wage $12.51 Insulation Workers, Floor,Ceiling,and Wall Hourly wage $12.67 insulation Workers,Mechanical Hourly wage $14.21 Painters,Construction and Maintenance Hourly wage $11.67 Pipelayers Hourly wage $12.77 Plumbers, Pipefitters,and Steamfitters Hourly wage $14.39 Reinforcing Iron and Rebar Workers Hourly wage $12.58 Roofers Hourly wage $11.31 Sheet Metal Workers Hourly wage $12.76 Structural Iron and Steel Workers Hourly wage $13.50 Helpers--Brickmasons, Blockmasons,Stonemasons,and Tile and Hourly wage $10.79 Marble Setters Helpers--Carpenters Hourly wage $11.29 Page 5 Helpers--Electricians Hourly wage $11.24 Helpers--Painters, Paperhangers, Plasterers,and Stucco Masons Hourly wage $10.68 Helpers--Pipelayers,Plumbers,Pipefitters,and Steamfitters Hourly wage $10.57 Helpers,Construction Trades,All Other Hourly wage $9.87 Construction and Building Inspectors Hourly wage $20.15 Elevator Installers and Repairers Hourly wage $22.36 Hazardous Materials Removal Workers Hourly wage $14.15 Highway Maintenance Workers Hourly wage $12.70 Septic Tank Servicers and Sewer Pipe Cleaners Hourly wage $11.93 Construction and Related Workers,All Other Hourly wage $13.13 Service Unit Operators,Oil,Gas,and Mining Hourly wage $12.81 Earth Drillers,Except Oil and Gas Hourly wage $16.02 Rock Splitters,Quarry Hourly wage $10.84 Roustabouts,Oil and Gas Hourly wage $11.17 Installation, Maintenance,and Repair Occupations Hourly wage $12.31 First-Line Supervisors of Mechanics, Installers,and Repairers Hourly wage $19.84 Computer,Automated Teller&Office Machinery Repairers Hourly wage $10.44 Radio Mechanics Hourly wage $11.48 Telecommunications Equipment Installers and Repair Hourly wage $15.50 Avionics Technicians Hourly wage $30.54 Electric,Motor, Power Tool,and Related Repairers Hourly wage $13.59 Electrical and Electronic Installers and Repairers Hourly wage $19.25 Electrical and Electronics Repairers,Commercial and Residential Hourly wage $13.82 Electrical and Electronic Repairers,Powerhouse,Substation and RelayHourly wage $20.84 Electronic Equipment Installers and Repairers, Motor Vehicles Hourly wage $12.95 Electronic Home Entertainment Equipment Installers Hourly wage $10.93 Page 6 Security and Fire Alarm Systems Installers Hourly wage $15.47 Aircraft Mechanics and Service Technicians Hourly wage $21.00 Automotive Body and Related Repairs Hourly wage $14.86 Automotive Glass Installers and Repairers Hourly wage $13.74 Automotive Service Technicians and Mechanics Hourly wage $12.64 Bus&Truck Mechanics&Diesel Engine Specialists Hourly wage $14.75 Farm Equipment Mechanics Hourly wage $10.66 Mobile Heavy Equipment Mechanics, Except Engineers Hourly wage $15.35 Motorcycle Mechanics Hourly wage $11.07 Outdoor Power Equipment&Other Small Engine Mechanics Hourly wage $11.95 Bicycle Repairs Hourly wage $12.75 Tire Repairers and Changers Hourly wage $10.26 Mechanical Door Repairers Hourly wage $13.34 Control and Valve Installers and Repairers, Except Mechanical Door Hourly wage $14.60 Heating,Air Conditioning and Refrigeration Mechanics and Installers Hourly wage $14.41 Home Appliance Hourly wage $13.32 Industrial Machinery Mechanics Hourly wage $17.70 Maintenance Workers, Machinery Hourly wage $14.54 Millwrights Hourly wage $13.77 Electrical Power-Line Installers and Repairers Hourly wage $17.74 Telecommunications Line Installers and Repairers Hourly wage $14.32 Medical Equipment Repairers Hourly wage $17.44 Precision Instrument&Equipment Repairers,Other Hourly wage $14.27 Maintenance and Repair Workers,General Hourly wage $11.61 Coin,Vending and Amusement Machine Servicers and Repairers Hourly wage $10.73 Locksmiths and Safe Repairers Hourly wage $12.69 Page 7 Helpers-installation, Maintenance and Repair Workers Hourly wage $8.30 Installation, Maintenance&Repair Workers,Other Hourly wage $10.50 Production Occupations Hourly wage $9.92 First-Line Supervisor of Production and Operating Workers Hourly wage $17.00 Coil Winders,Tapers,and Finishers Hourly wage $11.69 Electrical and Electronic Equipment Assemblers Hourly wage $11.78 Electrochemical Equipment Assemblers Hourly wage $14.71 Structural Metal Fabricators and Fitters Hourly wage $13.06 Team Assemblers Hourly wage $9.95 Timing Device Assemblers,Adjuster&Calibrators Hourly wage $15.98 Assemblers and Fabricators,All Other Hourly wage $10.13 Computer-Controlled Machine Tool Operators, Metal and Plastic Hourly wage $12.44 Numeric Tool and Process Control Programmers Hourly wage $18.89 Extruding and Drawing Machine Setters,Operators Hourly wage $10.93 Cutting,Punching,and Press Machine Setters,Operators Hourly wage $10.29 Grinding,Lapping,Polishing,and Buffing Machine Hourly wage $10.33 Lathe and Turning Machine Tool Setters,Operators Hourly wage $14.17 Page 8 SECTION O3ACCESS AND TRAFFIC CONTROL Access shall be provided for the public and emergency vehicles at all possible times. When it becomes necessary to restrict access, the Contractor shall notify the Owner and coordinate with the Owner, all applicable agencies(i.e.Fire Department,E.M.S., Public Works, etc.), residents, and affected parties. If emergency access is required during the work and such access is being hindered by the work, the Contractor will suspend the work if necessary,and otherwise endeavor to assist emergency personnel in accessing a location restricted by the work. Unless otherwise approved by the Engineer, at the end of each day all lanes of traffic shall be opened to the public. The Contractor shall ensure compliance at all times with the accepted Traffic Control Plan for the project and shall be responsible for all maintenance, signing and safety precautions necessary for traffic control. These items shall be included in the bid item Traffic Control. 009004-2016 Page 9 Special Conditions 01000 TECHNICAL SPECIFICATIONS ITEM 1 GENERAL DESCRIPTION 1.01 SCOPE OF WORK The Work covered by these Specifications consists of furnishing all labor, equipment, appliances, materials and performing all operations in connection with the inspection and testing, complete in accordance with the Plans, and subject to the terms and conditions of the Contract Documents. 1.02 GOVERNING TECHNICAL SPECIFICATIONS STREET,WATER, SEWER AND DRAINAGE IMPROVEMENTS The Round Rock Standard Specification Criteria Manual is hereby referred to and included in this contract as fully and to the same extent as if copied at length herein, and shall be applied to this project unless modified elsewhere as discussed below. The aforementioned Criteria Manual is the"Standard Specifications"section of the City of Round Rock Design and Construction Standards. The Standard Specifications may be accessed from the City of Round Rock website (www.roundrocktexas.gov) at the following web address: www.roundrocktexas.gov/dacs. Any adjustments,alterations,or additional information regarding Governing Technical Specifications are contained in the Plans (Drawings), Details and Notes described in Section 02000 of the Project Manual or are included in Attachment A at the end of this Technical Specifications Section. ITEM 2 CONTROL OF WORK 2.01 CLEAN-UP 2.01.1 CONSTRUCTION SITE During construction, the CONTRACTOR shall keep the site free and clean from all rubbish and debris and shall clean-up the site promptly when notified to do so by the E/A. The CONTRACTOR shall,at its own expense,maintain the streets and roads free from dust, mud, excess earth or debris which constitutes a nuisance or danger to the public using the thoroughfare, or the occupants of adjacent properties. Care shall be taken to prevent spillage on streets and roads over which hauling is done, and any such spillage or debris deposited on streets, due to the CONTRACTOR's operations, shall be immediately removed. Page 1 01000-4-2020 Technical Specifications 00443645 2.01.2 BACKWORK The CONTRACTOR shall coordinate his operations in such a manner as to prevent the amount of clean-up and completion of back works from becoming excessive. Should such a condition exist,the E/A may order all or portions of the work to cease and refuse to allow any work to commence until the back work is done to the B/A's satisfaction. 2.02 GRADING The CONTRACTOR shall do such grading in and adjacent to the construction area associated with this contract as may be necessary to leave such areas in a neat and satisfactory condition approved by the E/A. ITEM 3 EXAMINATION AND REVIEW 3.01 EXAMINATION OF WORK The work covered under this Contract shall be examined and reviewed by the E/A, representatives of all governmental entities which have jurisdiction, and the Owner's Representative. The quality of material and the quality of installation of the improvements shall be to the satisfaction of the E/A. It shall be the CONTRACTOR's responsibility for the construction methods and safety precautions in the undertaking of this Contract. 3.02 NOTIFICATION The E/A and the OWNER must be notified a minimum of 24-thours in advance of beginning construction,testing,or requiring presence of the E/A,Owner's or Owner's Representative. 3.03 CONSTRUCTION STAKING The E/A shall furnish the CONTRACTOR reference points and benchmarks that, in the E/A's opinion, provide sufficient information for the CONTRACTOR to perform construction staking. 3.04 PROTECTION OF STAKES,MARKS,ETC. All engineering and surveyor's stakes,marks,properly comers, etc., shall be carefully preserved by the CONTRACTOR, and in case of destruction or removal during the course of this project, such stakes, marks, property comers, etc., shall be replaced by the CONTRACTOR at the CONTRACTOR'S sole expense. Page 2 01000-4-2020 Technical Specifications 00443645 ITEM 4 PROTECTION AND PRECAUTION 4.01 WORK IN FREEZING WEATHER Portions of the work may continue as directed by the B/A. 4.02 PROTECTION OF TREES,PLANTS AND SHRUBS, The CONTRACTOR shall take necessary precautions to preserve all existing trees, plants and shrubs but where it is justifiable and necessary the CONTRACTOR may remove trees and plants for construction right-of-way but only with approval of the E/A. 4.03 TRAFFIC CONTROL MEASURES AND BARRICADES Traffic control measures and barricades shall be installed in accordance with the Texas Manual of Uniform Traffic Control Devices and in other locations deemed necessary by the E/A, for the protection life and property. Under no circumstances will any existing road be permitted to remain closed over a weekend.No separate pay will be made for this item. Costs for this item shall be subsidiary to other items of work. 4.04 PROPERTY LINES AND MONUMENTS The CONTRACTOR shall be responsible for the protection,reference and resetting of property corner monuments if disturbed. 4.05 DISPOSAL OF SURPLUS MATERIAL The CONTRACTOR shall at his own expense, make arrangement for the disposal of surplus material, such as rock,trees,brush and other unwanted backfill materials. 4.06 CONTRACTOR'S USE OF PREMISES The Contractor shall,at his own expense,provide additional space as necessary for his operations and storage of materials. ITEM 5 MATERIALS 5.01 TRADE NAMES, Except as specified otherwise, wherever in the specifications an article or class of material is designated by a trade name or by the name or catalog number of any maker, patentee,manufacturer,or dealer,such designations shall be taken as intending to mean and specify the articles described or another equal thereto in quality, finish, and serviceability for the purpose intended, as may be determined and judged by the E/A in his sole discretion. 5.02 MATERIALS AND WORKMANSHIP No material which has been used by the CONTRACTOR for any temporary purpose whatever is to be incorporated in the permanent structure without the written consent of the E/A. Where materials or equipment are specified by a trade or brand name, it is not the intention of the OWNER to discriminate against an equal product of another Page 3 01000-4-2020 Technical Specifications 00443645 manufacturer, but rather to set a definite standard of quality for performance, and to establish an equal basis for the evaluation of bids. Where the words "equivalent", "proper"or"equal to"are used,they shall be understood to mean that the item referred to shall be "proper",the "equivalent" of, or "equal to" some other item, in the opinion or judgment of the E/A. Unless otherwise specified, all materials shall be the best of their respective kinds and shall be in all cases fully equal to approved samples. Notwithstanding that the words "or equal to" or other such expressions may be used in the specifications in connection with a material, manufactured article or process, the material, article or process specifically designated shall be used, unless a substitute is approved in writing by the EtA, and the E/A will have the right to require the use of such specifically designated material,article or process. Page 4 O1OOO-42O2O Technical Specifications 00443645 CITY OF ROUND ROCK General Services j: r, r 1", ROUND ROCK TEXAS Project Manual For: Round Rock Public Library Volume 2 of 3 [e....7,0 -0,3.g December 8, 2020 Prepared By: PGAL, Inc. 14135 Midway Rd., Suite G-200 Addison, Texas 75001 972-871-2225 TBAE Registration No. 12809 PROJECT MANUAL City of Round Rock Public Library Round Rock, Texas December 08, 2020 Issue for Construction Owner City of Round Rock 216 East Main Street Round Rock,Texas 78664 Telephone: 512-218-7001 Architect PGAL 14135 Midway Road, Suite G-200 Addison,Texas 75001 Contact: Reynaldo Herreros Telephone: 972-871-2225 Electronic Mail: Rherrerospgal.com Library Consultant 720 Design 9003 Oakpath Lane Dallas,Texas 78737 Telephone: 214-770-2320 Structural Engineer RLG 12001 North Central Expressway, Suite 300 Dallas,Texas 75243 Telephone: 214-739-8100 Mechanical,Electrical,and Plumbing Engineers RWB Consulting Engineers 12001 North Central Expressway, Suite 1100 Dallas,Texas 75243 Telephone: 214-788-4222 IT/Security/AV Consultant Sextant 700 Waterfront Drive, Suite 200 Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania 15222 Telephone: 412-323-8580 Civil Engineer 2P Consultants 203 East Main Street, Suite 204 Round Rock,Texas 78664 Telephone: 512-344-9664 TITLE PAGE 000101 -1 Landscape Architect Coleman and Associates 9890 Silver Mountain Drive Austin,Texas 78737 Telephone: 512-476-2099 PGAL Project Number: 1003317 END OF DOCUMENT TITLE PAGE 000101 -2 City of Round Rock Public Library PGAL Round Rock,Texas 1003317 Issue for Construction December 08, 2020 DOCUMENT 000107 PROFESSIONAL SEALS PAGE The specification sections listed below were prepared by or under the direct supervision of the Architect: PGAL SEAL 14135 Midway Road, Suite G200 _ Addison,Texas 75001 �" ED ����R = 91111q�c�/ DIVISION 01 —GENERAL REQUIREMENTS ,.rNs,;;.' `E 4 010000 Technical Specifications rin 011000 Summary -" �- A i 012100 Allowances `" /p ,;" -„- ihr; � 012200 Unit Prices � � ,"�• !289 012300 Alternates " � 012500 Substitution Procedures � OF Substitution Request Form 012600 Contract Modification Procedures Change Order Form 12.08.2020 Owner Betterment Adjustment Template 012900 Payment Procedures Consent of Surety to Final Payment Contractor's Affidavit of Payment of Debts and Claims F-10 General Contractors Invoice BCD(1) General Contractors Invoice BCD(2) General Contractors Invoice BCD(3) 013100 Project Management and Coordination Contractor Start Up 013200 Construction Progress Documentation 013233 Photographic Documentation 013300 Submittal Procedures 014000 Quality Requirements 014200 References 015000 Temporary Facilities and Controls 016000 Product Requirements 017300 Execution 017419 Construction Waste Management and Disposal 017700 Closeout Procedures Closeout Documents FM Import Template-Building Components FM Import Template-Equipment Gen Services Closeout Checklist 017823 Operation and Maintenance Data 017839 Project Record Documents 017900 Demonstration and Training 019113 General Commissioning Requirements DIVISION 03-CONCRETE 033300 Architectural Concrete DIVISION 04-MASONRY 042000 Unit Masonry 047200 Cast Stone Masonry PROFESSIONAL SEALS PAGE 000107-1 City of Round Rock Public Library PGAL Round Rock,Texas 1003317 Issue for Construction December 08, 2020 DIVISION 05-METALS 054010 Non-Load Bearing Cold-Formed Metal Framing 4s:055000 Metal Fabrications �- �T 055113 MetalPan Stairs 4',��, ED== 4'P ,i�, 055213 Pipe and Tube Railings ,�� cE 9.B�(� ��.'' ,i� 057000 Decorative Metal 057100 Decorative Metal Stairs 573000 Decorative Metal Railings 1104': 057313 Glazed Decorative Metal Railings �'� �; /� 057316 Cable Guardrail System �T I28O DIVISION 06-WOOD PLASTICS,AND COMPOSITES 1 061053 Miscellaneous Rough Carpentry OF 061636 Wood Panel Product Sheathing 061643 Gypsum Sheathing 12.08.2020 062023 Interior Finish Carpentry 064116 Plastic-Laminate-Clad Architectural Cabinets 064216 Flush Wood Paneling 064219 Plastic-Laminate-Faced Wood Paneling 066400 Plastic Paneling DIVISION 07-THERMAL AND MOISTURE PROTECTION 071400 Elevator Pit Waterproofing 071413 Hot Fluid-Applied Rubberized Asphalt Waterproofing 072100 Thermal Insulation 072726 Fluid-Applied Membrane Air Barriers 074213.16 Metal Plate Wall Panels 074213.23 Metal Composite Material Wall Panels 074230 Terra Cotta Rain Screen Panel System 074465 Natural Stone Fabricated Panel Assembly 075419 Polyvinyl-Chloride(PVC) Roofing 076200 Sheet Metal Flashing and Trim 076210 Flexible Flashing 077129 Manufactured Roof Expansion Joints 077600 Deck Pedestals 078413 Penetration Firestopping 078443 Joint Firestopping 079100 Preformed Joint Seals 079200 Joint Sealants 079219 Acoustical Joint Sealants 079513.16 Exterior Expansion Joint Cover Assemblies 079513.19 Parking Deck Expansion Joint Cover Assemblies DIVISION 08-OPENINGS 081113 Hollow Metal Doors and Frames 081216 Aluminum Frames 081416 Flush Wood Doors 083113 Access Doors and Frames 083326 Overhead Coiling Grilles 084113 Aluminum-Framed Entrances and Storefronts 084126 All-Glass Entrances 084229.23 Sliding Automatic Entrances 084423 Structural-Sealant-Glazed Curtain Walls 086200 Unit Skylights 087100 Door Hardware Door Hardware Schedule 088000 Glazing 088700 Glazing Surface Films PROFESSIONAL SEALS PAGE 000107-2 City of Round Rock Public Library PGAL Round Rock,Texas 1003317 Issue for Construction December 08, 2020 DIVISION 09-FINISHES 090561.13 Moisture Vapor Emission Control4,-cy5,,D 092116.23 Gypsum Board Shaft Wall Assemblies y� -_: 4/P (092216 Non-StructuralMetalFraming h►_mgr � .� s, 8LIij `' i 092400 Cement Plastering � � "" ran v; 092530 Seamless Acoustical Plaster System e , eo: i 092900 Gypsum Board 7 093013 Ceramic Tiling 4f 095113 Acoustical Panel Ceilings /280% 095423 Linear Metal Ceilings 1 095426 Linear Wood Wall and Ceiling Panels t OFViSSNSSS-- �' 096116 Concrete Floor Sealing 096400 Wood Flooring 096513 Resilient Base and Accessories 12.08.2020 096519 Resilient Tile Flooring 096623 Resinous Matrix Terrazzo Flooring 096813 Tile Carpeting 097200 Wall Coverings 098116 Acoustical Blanket Insulation 098433 Sound-Absorbing Wall Units 098436 Sound-Absorbing Ceiling Units 099113 Exterior Painting 099123 Interior Painting 099600 High Performance Coatings 099726 Cementitious Coatings DIVISION 10-SPECIALTIES 101100 Visual Display Units 101419 Dimensional Letter Signage 102113.19 Plastic Toilet Compartments 102239 Folding Panel Partitions 102239.13 Folding Glass Panel Partitions 102600 Wall and Door Protection 102800 Toilet, Bath,and Laundry Accessories 104313 Emergency Aid Cabinets 104413 Fire Protection Cabinets 104416 Fire Extinguishers 105115 Glass Lockers 107516 Ground-Set Flagpoles 108710 Parking Garage Accessories 109900 Miscellaneous Specialties DIVISION 11-EQUIPMENT 113013 Residential Appliances 115116 Book Depositories 115119 Book Theft Protection Equipment 116123 Folding and Portable Stages DIVISION 12-FURNISHINGS 122413 Roller Window Shades 123661.16 Solid Surfacing Countertops DIVISION 14-CONVEYING EQUIPMENT 142123.16 Machine-Room-Less Electric Traction Passenger Elevators PROFESSIONAL SEALS PAGE 000107-3 City of Round Rock Public Library PGAL Round Rock,Texas 1003317 Issue for Construction December 08, 2020 DIVISION 28-ELECTRONIC SAFETY AND SECURITY ,,,,...... icssszisN._ 281500 Access Control Hardware Devices DIVISION 31 -EARTHWORK ,,,,,,,,,c,,,,vasp _A, It "'' .-,-,s,,,\;\,,, ,..,....::,‘,.70) 313116 Termite Control tJo` 4c��n,::),'.-•''��S1 p4' .-1.:q��y�� ' DIVISION 32—EXTERIOR IMPROVEMENTS o r19cs 321713 Parking Bumpers o.- ;; � :,' 10 I 321723 Pavement Markings ft .,),'.,.,,,,, !28O 9 _.:::,:"� ;:e 323116 ve Metal Fences and Gates ,. AN 329450 Welded Panel Plant Support System I 9�C� `-�� °\s........„IZ.,,, ,„--4:5,- , . 12.08.2020 END OF DOCUMENT PROFESSIONAL SEALS PAGE 000107-4 City of Round Rock Public Library PGAL Round Rock, Texas 1003317 Issue for Construction December 8, 2020 DOCUMENT 000107 PROFESSIONAL SEALS PAGE The specification sections listed below were prepared by or under the direct supervision of the Structural Engineer: RLG Consulting Engineers SEAL 12001 N. Central Expressway, Suite 300 Dallas, TX 75243 � OF DIVISION 03-CONCRETE '' t' +*r`r.rsar•rrrr• 00 031000 Concrete Forming and Accessories •' ,.. •ti. 032000 Concrete Reinforcing * \ �. 033000 Cast-in-Place Concrete """ fo 033816 Unbonded Post-Tensioned Concrete MARK A. KAISER .0% 116550 DIVISION 04-MASONRY �W II% 4 00. 4„f 041000 Mortar and Grout I 0 `-,,.f 'EN ,, 042000 Concrete Unit Masonry 6, ,/ '.•r 044' DIVISION 05-METALS 051000 Structural Steel Framing 053000 Metal Decking 054000 Cold-Formed Metal Framing Performance Spec ----- -° ' DIVISION 31 -EARTHWORK f r 312303 Excavating, Backfilling and Compacting fs, 316329 Drilled Concrete Piers END OF DOCUMENT PROFESSIONAL SEALS PAGE-STRUCTURAL 000107- 1 City of Round Rock Public Library PGAL Round Rock Texas 1003317 Issue for Construction December 08,2020 DOCUMENT 000107 PROFESSIONAL SEALS PAGE The specification sections listed below were prepared by or under the direct supervision of the Mechanical Engineer: REED,WELLS, BENSON AND COMPANY Firm Registration No. F-2176 12001 North Central Expressway, Suite 1100 Dallas,Texas 75243 OF DIVISION 21 FIRE SUPPRESSION 210000 FIRE SUPPRESSION 210500 COMMON WORK RESULTS FOR FIRE SUPPRESSIONt W. 211313 WET PIPE SPRINKLER SYSTEMS jo MIKE QCOCK O's *00**40* too 00010 DIVISION 22=PLUMBING 00 86850 220000 PLUMBING 44i C 220500 COMMON WORK RESULTS FOR PLUMBINGh%%t'01VA L. 220533 HEAT TRACING FOR PLUMBING PIPING 220548 VIBRATION AND SEISMIC CONTROLS FOR PLUMBING PIPING AND EQUIPMENT 220553 IDENTIFICATION FOR PLUMBING EQUIPMENT AND PIPING 220700 PLUMBING INSULATION 221116 DOMESTIC WATER PIPING SYSTEM 221316 SANITARY WASTE AND VENT SYSTEM 221400 STORM DRAINAGE SYSTEM 221429 SUMP PUMPSI lop 222113 PLUMBING PIPING SYSTEMS Or 223000 DOMESTIC WATER HEATING EQUIPMENT AND ACCESSORIES 224200 PLUMBING FIXTURESipvt a 0 06"Va*boo*2 ejy fa Ark, '41v a DIVISION 23 HEATING,VENTILATING,AND AIR CONDITIONING 'fg i:1 . � 230000 HEATING .-..... ..-.`....'..\�....`..., � Ylk' 230500 COMMON WORK RESULTS FOR HVAC ~ 230513 COMMON MOTOR REQUIREMENTS FOR HVAC 230514 COMMON MOTOR STARTER REQUIREMENTS FOR HVAC EQUIPMENT 230515 VARIABLE FREQUENCY MOTOR CONTROLLERS FOR HVAC EQUIPMENT 230533 HEAT TRACE 230548 VIBRATION AND SEISMIC CONTROLS FOR HVAC PIPING AND EQUIPMENT 230553 IDENTIFICATION FOR HVAC EQUIPMENT AND PIPING 230593 MECHANICAL SYSTEMS TESTING,ADJUSTING,AND BALANCING(TAB) 230700 INSULATION 230900 INSTRUMENTATION AND CONTROLS FOR HVAC 232113 HYDRONIC PIPING 232123 CENTRIFUGAL PUMPS 232300 REFRIGERANT PIPING 232513 HVAC WATER TREATMENT FOR CLOSED-LOOP HYDRONIC SYSTEMS 233000 HVAC AIR DISTRIBUTION 233400 EXHAUST AND SUPPLY AIR FANS 236400 PACKAGED WATER CHILLERS, OUTDOOR AIR COOLED(36-200 TONS CAPACITY) 237323 AIR HANDLING EQUIPMENT 238127 DUCT-FREE SPLIT SYSTEMS PROFESSIONAL SEALS PAGE-MEP 000107- 1 City of Round Rock Public Library PGAL Round Rock,Texas 1003317 Issue for Construction December 08, 2020 DIVISION 26-ELECTRICAL 260000 ELECTRICAL 260519 LOW VOLTAGE ELECTRICAL POWER CONDUCTORS AND CABLES 260520 CABLE CONNECTIONS 260523 CONTROL-VOLTAGE ELECTRICAL POWER CABLES 260526 GROUNDING AND BONDING FOR ELECTRICAL SYSTEMS 260529 HANGERS AND SUPPORTS FOR ELECTRICAL SYSTEMS 260532 RACEWAYS 260533 BOXES FOR ELECTRICAL SYSTEMS 260553 IDENTIFICATION FOR ELECTRICAL SYSTEMS 260573 ELECTRIC POWER SYSTEM ANALYSIS 262213 LOW VOLTAGE DISTRIBUTION TRANSFORMERS 262413 CIRCUIT BREAKER DISTRIBUTION SWITCHBOARDS 262416 PANELBOARDS 262716 ELECTRICAL CABINETS AND ENCLOSURES 262726 WIRING DEVICES 262813 FUSES 262816 ENCLOSED SWITCHES AND CIRCUIT BREAKERS 262913 ENCLOSED CONTROLLERS 264113 LIGHTNING PROTECTON FOR STRUCTURES 264313 SURGE SUPPRESSION DEVICES 265100 EMERGENCY LIGHTING 265101 INTERIOR LIGHTING 265102 EXTERIOR CONTROLS 265105 NETWORKED LIGHTING CONTROLS 265145 NETWORKED WIRELESS OUTDOOR LIGHTING CONTRL AND MONITORING SYSTEM 265155 LIGHTING CONTROLS SYSTEM COMMISSIONING DIVISION 28-FIRE ALARM SYSTEM 275313 CLOCK SYSTEMS 283100 FIRE ALARM SYSTEM END OF SECTION PROFESSIONAL SEALS PAGE-MEP 000107-2 City of Round Rock Public Library PGAL Round Rock, Texas 1003317 Issue for Construction December 8, 2020 DOCUMENT 000107 PROFESSIONAL SEALS PAGE The specification sections listed below were prepared by or under the direct supervision of the Technology Consultant: NV5 Engineering and Technology SEAL 700 Waterfront Drive, Ste 200 Pittsburgh, PA 15222 DIVISION 11 —EQUIPMENT 115213 Projection ScreensC( ( onFher \ v Expos'. DIVISION 27—COMMUNICATIONS 2orI13/31 270100 Operation and Maintenance of Communication Systems ; 270500 Common Work Results for Communications ��� 270526 Grounding and Bonding for Communication Systems i t �� r c,0 IONS os 13/cs! c,10/16/20PATTI FISHER F3061 BICSI ID#122365 c) EXPIRES 12-31-20 ,�`�` • RCD3 END OF DOCUMENT PROFESSIONAL SEALS PAGE-TECHNOLOGY 000107- 1 City of Round Rock Public Library PGAL Round Rock, Texas 1003317 Issue for Construction December 08, 2020 DOCUMENT 000107 PROFESSIONAL SEALS PAGE The specification sections listed below were prepared by or under the direct supervision of the Landscape Architect: COLEMAN&ASSOCIATES SEAL 9890 Silver Mountain Drive Austin,Texas 78737 --- ;$ DIVISION 01—GENERAL �:'� •' `. � 015639 Temporary Tree and Plan Protection � S4 j • DIVISION 12—FURNISHINGS t # 3��6 �, a• 129300 Site Furnishings r r4 !A , saq DIVISION Unit Paving IMPROVEMENTS �i f, ���`„� -• y31 ? 328400 Landscape Irrigation � •� 329300 Plants END OF DOCUMENT PROFESSIONAL SEALS PAGE-LA 000107- 1 City of Round Rock Public Library PGAL Round Rock, Texas 1003317 Issue for Construction December 08, 2020 DOCUMENT 000110 TABLE OF CONTENTS INDEX OF ISSUES Issue for Construction 08 December 2020 Post-Bid Addendum#4 08 December 2020 Addendum 3 12 November 2020 Addendum 2 10 November 2020 Addendum 1 30 October 2020 Issue for Bid 16 October 2020 NUMBER NAME ISSUE DATE REVISED DATE VOLUME 2 OF 3 INTRODUCTORY INFORMATION 000001 Project Manual Cover 16 Oct 20 08 Dec 20 000100 Title Page 16 Oct 20 08 Dec 20 000107 Seals Page 16 Oct 20 08 Dec 20 000110 Table of Contents 16 Oct 20 08 Dec 20 DIVISION 00—PROCUREMENT AND CONTRACTING REQUIREMENTS 000200 Notice to Proposers 16 Oct 20 08 Dec 20 001000 A near 1-6_0 20 08 Dec 20 00101-0 Form 1295 Instructions to Bidders 16 Oct 20 8 e 0 001500 Questionnaire 16 Oct 20 08 Dec 20 002000 Bid Bond 16 Oct 20 08 Dec 20 002600 Procurement Substitution Procedures 16 Oct 20 08 Dec 20 Substitution Request Form 16 Oct 20 08 Dec 20 003000 Proposal Form 16 Oct 20 08 Dec 20 Iter,^,i�, .Pr 16 Oct 20 08 Dec 20 003132 Geotechnical Data 16 Oct 20 08 Dec 20 Geotechnical Report 16 Oct 20 08 Dec 20 004 Statement of Bidders Safety-Experience 16 Oct 20 0-8-Do0-20 QO5000 Agicki.ern,apt 1-6 Oct 2-0 8—D n 006000 a a + • --16 Oct 20 GB-Dec-2-0 006100 c Cis 08 Dec 20 006200 P - 16 Oct 20 08-Dec-20 006500 Certificate of Liability Insurance —1-6-Oct-20 08 Dec 20 007000 General Conditions 16 Oct 20 08 Dec 20 008000 S n ental General Conditions 16 Oct 20 8 Dam 20 � abx. General.�,. vv-CTvvz-v Go_go_00 Cnna_i I r n i i 16 Oct_70 OP 0ac 20 - ry vv zv vcr very>.v DIVISION 01 —GENERAL REQUIREMENTS 0-10000 Technical Cpo�ifir`ati0 �- rT,-��Yons 16 Octct 20 �-,� 011000 Summary 16 Oct 20 08 Dec 20 012100 Allowances 16 Oct 20 08 Dec 20 012200 Unit Prices 16 Oct 20 08 Dec 20 012300 Alternates 16 Oct 20 08 Dec 20 012500 Substitution Procedures 16 Oct 20 08 Dec 20 Substitution Request Form 16 Oct 20 08 Dec 20 012600 Contract Modification Procedures 16 Oct 20 08 Dec 20 Change Order Form 16 Oct 20 08 Dec 20 Owner Betterment Adjustment Template 16 Oct 20 08 Dec 20 012900 Payment Procedures 16 Oct 20 08 Dec 20 Consent of Surety to Final Payment 16 Oct 20 08 Dec 20 Contractor's Affidavit of Payment of Debts and Claims F-10 16 Oct 20 08 Dec 20 General Contractors Invoice BCD(1) 16 Oct 20 08 Dec 20 TABLE OF CONTENTS 000110- 1 City of Round Rock Public Library PGAL Round Rock,Texas 1003317 Issue for Construction December 08,2020 NUMBER NAME ISSUE DATE REVISED DATE General Contractors Invoice BCD(2) 16 Oct 20 08 Dec 20 General Contractors Invoice BCD(3) 16 Oct 20 08 Dec 20 013100 Project Management and Coordination 16 Oct 20 08 Dec 20 Contractor Start Up 16 Oct 20 08 Dec 20 013200 Construction Progress Documentation 16 Oct 20 08 Dec 20 013233 Photographic Documentation 16 Oct 20 08 Dec 20 013300 Submittal Procedures 16 Oct 20 08 Dec 20 014000 Quality Requirements 16 Oct 20 08 Dec 20 014200 References 16 Oct 20 08 Dec 20 015000 Temporary Facilities and Controls 16 Oct 20 08 Dec 20 015639 Temporary Tree and Plant Protection(LA) 16 Oct 20 08 Dec 20 016000 Product Requirements 16 Oct 20 08 Dec 20 017300 Execution 16 Oct 20 08 Dec 20 017419 Construction Waste Management and Disposal 16 Oct 20 08 Dec 20 017700 Closeout Procedures 16 Oct 20 08 Dec 20 Closeout Documents 16 Oct 20 08 Dec 20 FM Import Template-Building Components 16 Oct 20 08 Dec 20 FM Import Template-Equipment 16 Oct 20 08 Dec 20 Gen Services Closeout Checklist 16 Oct 20 08 Dec 20 017823 Operation and Maintenance Data 16 Oct 20 08 Dec 20 017839 Project Record Documents 16 Oct 20 08 Dec 20 BIM LOD Matrix 10 Nov 20 08 Dec 20 017900 Demonstration and Training 16 Oct 20 08 Dec 20 019113 General Commissioning Requirements 10 Nov 20 08 Dec 20 DIVISION 02-EXISTING CONDITIONS NOT USED DIVISION 03-CONCRETE 031000 Concrete Forming and Accessories(S) 16 Oct 20 08 Dec 20 032000 Concrete Reinforcing(S) 16 Oct 20 08 Dec 20 033000 Cast-In-Place Concrete(S) 16 Oct 20 08 Dec 20 033300 Architectural Concrete 16 Oct 20 08 Dec 20 033816 Unbonded Post-Tensioned Concrete(S) 16 Oct 20 08 Dec 20 DIVISION 04-MASONRY 041000 Mortar and Grout(S) 16 Oct 20 08 Dec 20 042000 Unit Masonry 16 Oct 20 08 Dec 20 042000 Concrete Unit Masonry(S) 16 Oct 20 08 Dec 20 047200 Cast Stone Masonry 16 Oct 20 08 Dec 20 DIVISION 05-METALS 051000 Structural Steel Framing(S) 16 Oct 20 08 Dec 20 053000 Metal Decking(S) 16 Oct 20 08 Dec 20 054000 Cold-Formed Metal Framing (S) 16 Oct 20 08 Dec 20 054010 Non-Load Bearing Cold-Formed Metal Framing 16 Oct 20 08 Dec 20 055000 Metal Fabrications 16 Oct 20 08 Dec 20 055113 Metal Pan Stairs 16 Oct 20 08 Dec 20 055213 Pipe and Tube Railings 16 Oct 20 08 Dec 20 057000 Decorative Metal 16 Oct 20 08 Dec 20 057100 Decorative Metal Stairs 16 Oct 20 08 Dec 20 057300 Decorative Metal Railings 16 Oct 20 08 Dec 20 057313 Glazed Decorative Metal Railings 16 Oct 20 08 Dec 20 057316 Cable Guardrail System 16 Oct 20 08 Dec 20 TABLE OF CONTENTS 000110-2 City of Round Rock Public Library PGAL Round Rock, Texas 1003317 Issue for Construction December 08, 2020 NUMBER NAME ISSUE DATE REVISED DATE DIVISION 06—WOOD, PLASTICS,AND COMPOSITES 061053 Miscellaneous Rough Carpentry 16 Oct 20 08 Dec 20 061636 Wood Panel Product Sheathing 16 Oct 20 08 Dec 20 061643 Gypsum Sheathing 16 Oct 20 08 Dec 20 062023 Interior Finish Carpentry 16 Oct 20 08 Dec 20 064116 Plastic-Laminate-Clad Architectural Cabinets 16 Oct 20 08 Dec 20 064216 Flush Wood Paneling 16 Oct 20 08 Dec 20 064219 Plastic-Laminate-Faced Wood Paneling 16 Oct 20 08 Dec 20 066400 Plastic Paneling 16 Oct 20 08 Dec 20 DIVISION 07—THERMAL AND MOISTURE PROTECTION 071400 Elevator Pit Waterproofing 16 Oct 20 08 Dec 20 071413 Hot Fluid-Applied Rubberized Asphalt Waterproofing 16 Oct 20 08 Dec 20 071900 Water Repellants 10 Nov 20 08 Dec 20 072100 Thermal Insulation 16 Oct 20 08 Dec 20 072726 Fluid-Applied Membrane Air Barriers 16 Oct 20 08 Dec 20 074213.13 Formed Metal Wall Panels 10 Nov 20 08 Dec 20 074213.16 Metal Plate Wall Panels 16 Oct 20 08 Dec 20 074213.23 Metal Composite Material Wall Panels 16 Oct 20 08 Dec 20 074230 Terra Cotta Rain Screen Panel System 16 Oct 20 08 Dec 20 074465 Natural Stone Fabricated Panel Assembly 16 Oct 20 08 Dec 20 075419 Polyvinyl-Chloride(PVC) Roofing 16 Oct 20 08 Dec 20 076200 Sheet Metal Flashing and Trim 16 Oct 20 08 Dec 20 076210 Flexible Flashing 16 Oct 20 08 Dec 20 077129 Manufactured Roof Expansion Joints 16 Oct 20 08 Dec 20 077600 Deck Pedestals 16 Oct 20 08 Dec 20 078413 Penetration Firestopping 16 Oct 20 08 Dec 20 078443 Joint Firestopping 16 Oct 20 08 Dec 20 079100 Preformed Joint Seals 16 Oct 20 08 Dec 20 079200 Joint Sealants 16 Oct 20 08 Dec 20 079219 Acoustical Joint Sealants 16 Oct 20 08 Dec 20 079513.16 Exterior Expansion Joint Cover Assemblies 10 Nov 20 08 Dec 20 079513.19 Parking Deck Expansion Joint Cover Assemblies 10 Nov 20 08 Dec 20 DIVISION 08—OPENINGS 081113 Hollow Metal Doors and Frames 16 Oct 20 08 Dec 20 081216 Aluminum Frames 16 Oct 20 08 Dec 20 081416 Flush Wood Doors 16 Oct 20 08 Dec 20 083113 Access Doors and Frames 16 Oct 20 08 Dec 20 083326 Overhead Coiling Grilles 16 Oct 20 08 Dec 20 084113 Aluminum-Framed Entrances and Storefronts 16 Oct 20 08 Dec 20 084126 All-Glass Entrances 16 Oct 20 08 Dec 20 084229.23 Sliding Automatic Entrances 16 Oct 20 08 Dec 20 084423 Structural-Sealant-Glazed Curtain Walls 16 Oct 20 08 Dec 20 086200 Unit Skylights 16 Oct 20 08 Dec 20 087100 Door Hardware 16 Oct 20 08 Dec 20 088000 Glazing 16 Oct 20 08 Dec 20 088700 Glazing Surface Films 16 Oct 20 08 Dec 20 DIVISION 09—FINISHES 090561.13 Moisture Vapor Emission Control 16 Oct 20 08 Dec 20 092116.23 Gypsum Board Shaft Wall Assemblies 16 Oct 20 08 Dec 20 092216 Non-Structural Metal Framing 16 Oct 20 08 Dec 20 092400 Cement Plastering 16 Oct 20 08 Dec 20 092530 Seamless Acoustical Plaster System 10 Nov 20 08 Dec 20 092900 Gypsum Board 16 Oct 20 08 Dec 20 093013 Ceramic Tiling 16 Oct 20 08 Dec 20 095113 Acoustical Panel Ceilings 16 Oct 20 08 Dec 20 095423 Linear Metal Ceilings 16 Oct 20 08 Dec 20 TABLE OF CONTENTS 000110-3 City of Round Rock Public Library PGAL Round Rock,Texas 1003317 Issue for Construction December 08,2020 NUMBER NAME ISSUE DATE REVISED DATE 095426 Linear Wood Wall and Ceiling Panels 16 Oct 20 08 Dec 20 096116 Concrete Floor Sealing 16 Oct 20 08 Dec 20 096400 Wood Flooring 16 Oct 20 08 Dec 20 096513 Resilient Base and Accessories 16 Oct 20 08 Dec 20 096519 Resilient Tile Flooring 16 Oct 20 08 Dec 20 096623 Resinous Matrix Terrazzo Flooring 16 Oct 20 08 Dec 20 096813 Tile Carpeting 16 Oct 20 08 Dec 20 097200 Wall Coverings 16 Oct 20 08 Dec 20 098116 Acoustical Blanket Insulation 16 Oct 20 08 Dec 20 098433 Sound-Absorbing Wall Units 16 Oct 20 08 Dec 20 098436 Sound-Absorbing Ceiling Units 16 Oct 20 08 Dec 20 099113 Exterior Painting 16 Oct 20 08 Dec 20 099123 Interior Painting 16 Oct 20 08 Dec 20 099600 High Performance Coatings 16 Oct 20 08 Dec 20 099726 Cementitious Coatings 16 Oct 20 08 Dec 20 DIVISION 10-SPECIALTIES 101100 Visual Display Units 16 Oct 20 08 Dec 20 101400 Signage 10 Nov 20 08 Dec 20 101419 Dimensional Letter Signage 16 Oct 20 08 Dec 20 102113.19 Plastic Toilet Compartments 10 Nov 20 08 Dec 20 102239 Folding Panel Partitions 16 Oct 20 08 Dec 20 102239.13 Folding Glass Panel Partitions 16 Oct 20 08 Dec 20 102600 Wall and Door Protection 16 Oct 20 08 Dec 20 102800 Toilet, Bath,and Laundry Accessories 16 Oct 20 08 Dec 20 104313 Emergency Aid Cabinets 16 Oct 20 08 Dec 20 104413 Fire Protection Cabinets 16 Oct 20 08 Dec 20 104416 Fire Extinguishers 16 Oct 20 08 Dec 20 105115 Glass Lockers 16 Oct 20 08 Dec 20 107516 Ground-Set Flagpoles 16 Oct 20 08 Dec 20 108710 Parking Garage Accessories 16 Oct 20 08 Dec 20 109900 Miscellaneous Specialties 16 Oct 20 08 Dec 20 DIVISION 11-EQUIPMENT 113013 Residential Appliances 16 Oct 20 08 Dec 20 115116 Book Depositories 16 Oct 20 08 Dec 20 115119 Book Theft Protection Equipment 16 Oct 20 08 Dec 20 115213 Projection Screens(IT) 16 Oct 20 08 Dec 20 116123 Folding and Portable Stages 16 Oct 20 08 Dec 20 DIVISION 12-FURNISHINGS 122413 Roller Window Shades 16 Oct 20 08 Dec 20 123661.16 Solid Surfacing Countertops 16 Oct 20 08 Dec 20 129300 Site Furnishings(LA) 16 Oct 20 08 Dec 20 DIVISION 13-SPECIAL CONSTRUCTION NOT USED DIVISION 14-CONVEYING EQUIPMENT 142123.16 Machine-Room-Less Electric Traction Passenger Elevators 16 Oct 20 08 Dec 20 DIVISION 15-20 Not USED TABLE OF CONTENTS 000110-4 City of Round Rock Public Library PGAL Round Rock,Texas 1003317 Issue for Construction December 08, 2020 DOCUMENT 002600 PROCUREMENT SUBSTITUTION PROCEDURES 1.1 DEFINITIONS A. Procurement Substitution Requests: Requests for changes in products, materials, equipment, and methods of construction from those indicated in the Procurement and Contracting Documents, submitted prior to receipt of bids. B. Substitution Requests: Requests for changes in products, materials, equipment, and methods of construction from those indicated in the Contract Documents, submitted following Contract award. See Section 012500 "Substitution Procedures" for conditions under which Substitution requests will be considered following Contract award. 1.2 QUALITY ASSURANCE A. Compatibility of Substitutions: Investigate and document compatibility of proposed substitution with related products and materials. Engage a qualified testing agency to perform compatibility tests recommended by manufacturers. 1.3 PROCUREMENT SUBSTITUTIONS A. Procurement Substitutions, General: By submitting a bid, the Bidder represents that its bid is based on materials and equipment described in the Procurement and Contracting Documents, including Addenda. Bidders are encouraged to request approval of qualifying substitute materials and equipment when the Specifications Sections list materials and equipment by product or manufacturer name. B. Procurement Substitution Requests will be received and considered by Owner when the following conditions are satisfied,as determined by Architect; otherwise requests will be returned without action: 1. Extensive revisions to the Contract Documents are not required. 2. Proposed changes are in keeping with the general intent of the Contract Documents, including the level of quality of the Work represented by the requirements therein. 3. The request is fully documented and properly submitted. 1.4 SUBMITTALS A. Procurement Substitution Request: Submit to Architect. Procurement Substitution Request must be made in writing by prime contract Bidder only in compliance with the following requirements: 1. Requests for substitution of materials and equipment will be considered if received no later than 10 days prior to date of bid opening. 2. Submittal Format: Submit three copies of each written Procurement Substitution Request, using form bound in Project Manual. 3. Submittal Format: Submit Procurement Substitution Request, using format provided on Project Web site. a. Identify the product or the fabrication or installation method to be replaced in each request. Include related Specifications Sections and drawing numbers. b. Provide complete documentation on both the product specified and the proposed substitute, including the following information as appropriate: 1) Point-by-point comparison of specified and proposed substitute product data, fabrication drawings, and installation procedures. 2) Copies of current, independent third-party test data of salient product or system characteristics. 3) Samples where applicable or when requested by Architect. 4) Detailed comparison of significant qualities of the proposed substitute with those of the Work specified. Significant qualities may include attributes such as performance, weight, size, durability, visual effect, sustainable design characteristics, warranties, and specific features and requirements indicated. Indicate deviations, if any,from the Work specified. 5) Material test reports from a qualified testing agency indicating and interpreting test results for compliance with requirements indicated. 6) Research reports, where applicable, evidencing compliance with building code in effect for Project, from ICC-ES. PROCUREMENT SUBSTITUTION PROCEDURES 002600-1 City of Round Rock Public Library PGAL Round Rock,Texas 1003317 Issue for Construction December 08,2020 7) Coordination information, including a list of changes or modifications needed to other parts of the Work and to construction performed by Owner and separate contractors, which will become necessary to accommodate the proposed substitute. c. Provide certification by manufacturer that the substitute proposed is equal to or superior to that required by the Procurement and Contracting Documents, and that its in-place performance will be equal to or superior to the product or equipment specified in the application indicated. d. Bidder, in submitting the Procurement Substitution Request, waives the right to additional payment or an extension of Contract Time because of the failure of the substitute to perform as represented in the Procurement Substitution Request. B. Architect's Action: 1. Architect may request additional information or documentation necessary for evaluation of the Procurement Substitution Request. Architect will notify all bidders of acceptance of the proposed substitute by means of an Addendum to the Procurement and Contracting Documents. C. Architect's approval of a substitute during bidding does not relieve Contractor of the responsibility to submit required shop drawings and to comply with all other requirements of the Contract Documents. END OF DOCUMENT • PROCUREMENT SUBSTITUTION PROCEDURES 002600-2 City of Round Rock Public Library PGAL Round Rock,Texas 1003317 Issue for Construction December 08, 2020 SECTION 002600A SUBSTITUTION REQUEST FORM PROJECT: (Before Contract Award) TO: NO. DATE: Contractor hereby requests acceptance of the following product or system as a substitution in accordance with provisions of Division 01 Section"Substitution Procedures:" 1. SPECIFIED PRODUCT OR SYSTEM Substitution request for: Specification Section No.: Article/Paragraph: 2. REASON FOR SUBSTITUTION REQUEST SPECIFIED PRODUCT. . . PROPOSED PRODUCT. . . o Is no longer available. 0 Will reduce construction time O Is unable to meet project schedule. 0 Will result in cost savings of o Is unsuitable for the designated application. $ to Project o Cannot interface with adjacent materials. 0 Is for supplier's convenience o Is not compatible with adjacent materials. 0 Is for subcontractor's convenience o Cannot provide the specified warranty. 0 Other: o Cannot be constructed as indicated o Cannot be obtained due to one or more of the following: o Strike 0 Bankruptcy of manufacturer or supplier o Lockout 0 Similar occurrence(explain below) 3. SUPPORTING DATA o Drawings,specifications,product data,performance data,test data,and any other necessary information to facilitate review of the Substitution Request are attached. o Sample is attached. 0 Sample will be sent if requested. 4. QUALITY COMPARISON:Provide all necessary side-by-side comparative data as required to facilitate review of Substitution Request: SPECIFIED PRODUCT PROPOSED PRODUCT Manufacturer: Name I Brand: Catalog No.: Vendor: Variations: (Add Additional Sheets If Necessary) Local Distributor or Supplier: Maintenance Service Available: ❑ Yes 0 No Spare Parts Source: Warranty: 0 Yes 0 No Years SUBSTITUTION REQUEST FORM 002600A-1 City of Round Rock Public Library PGAL Round Rock,Texas 1003317 Issue for Construction December 08, 2020 5. PREVIOUS INSTALLATIONS Identification of at least three similar projects on which proposed substitution was used: PROJECT#1: Address: Architect: Owner: Contractor: Date Installed: PROJECT#2: Address: Architect: Owner: Contractor: Date Installed: PROJECT#3: Address: Architect: Owner: Contractor: Date Installed: 6. EFFECT OF SUBSTITUTION Proposed substitution affects other work or trades: 0 No 0 Yes(if Yes,explain) Proposed substitution requires dimensional revisions or redesign of architectural,structural,M-EP,life safety,or other work: 0 No 0 Yes(if Yes, attach data explaining revisions) 7. STATEMENT OF CONFORMANCE OF REQUEST TO CONTRACT REQUIREMENTS Contractor and Subcontractor have investigated the proposed substitution and hereby represent that: A. They have personally investigated the proposed substitution and believe that it is equal to or superior in all respects to specified product,except as stated above; B. The proposed substitution is in compliance with applicable codes and ordinances; C. The proposed substitution will provide same warranty as specified for specified product; D. They will coordinate the incorporation of the proposed substitution into the Work, and will include modifications to the Work as required to fully integrate the substitution; E. They have included complete cost data and implications of the substitution(attached); F. They will pay any redesign fees incurred by the Architect or any of the Architect's consultants, and any special inspection costs incurred by the Owner,caused by the use of this product; G. They waive all future claims for added cost or time to the Contract related to the substitution,or that become known after substitution is accepted. H. The Architect's approval, if granted, will be based upon reliance upon data submitted and the opinion, knowledge,information,and belief of the Architect at the time decision is rendered and Addendum is issued; and that Architect's approval therefore is interim in nature and subject to reevaluation and reconsideration as additional data, materials,workmanship, and coordination with other work are observed and reviewed. SUBSTITUTION REQUEST FORM 002600A-2 City of Round Rock Public Library PGAL Round Rock, Texas 1003317 Issue for Construction December 08, 2020 Contractor: (Name of Contractor) Date: By: Subcontractor: (Name of Subcontractor) Date: By: Note: Unresponsive or incomplete requests will be rejected and returned without review. 8. ARCHITECT'S REVIEW AND ACTION o Substitution is accepted. o Substitution is accepted,with the following comments: o Resubmit Substitution Request: 0 Provide more information in the following areas: o Provide proposal indicating amount of savings/credit to Owner o Bidding Contractor shall sign Bidder's Statement of Conformance o Bidding Subcontractor shall sign Bidder's Statement of Conformance o Substitution is not accepted: o Substitution Request received too late. o Substitution Request received directly from subcontractor or supplier. o Substitution Request not submitted in accordance with requirements. o Substitution Request Form is not properly executed. o Substitution Request does not indicate what item is being proposed. o Insufficient information submitted to facilitate proper evaluation. o Proposed product does not appear to comply with specified requirements. o Proposed product will require substantial revisions to Contract Documents. By: Date: Architect has relied upon the information provided by the Contractor, and makes no claim as to the accuracy, completeness, or validity of such information. If an accepted substitution is later found to be not in compliance with the Contract Documents,Contractor shall provide the specified product. END OF FORM SUBSTITUTION REQUEST FORM 002600A-3 City of Round Rock Public Library PGAL Round Rock,Texas 1003317 Issue for Construction December 08, 2020 DOCUMENT 003132 GEOTECHNICAL DATA 1.1 GEOTECHNICAL DATA A. This Document with its referenced attachments is part of the Procurement and Contracting Requirements for Project. They provide Owner's information for Bidders' convenience and are intended to supplement rather than serve in lieu of Bidders'own investigations. They are made available for Bidders' convenience and information.This Document and its attachments are not part of the Contract Documents. B. Because subsurface conditions indicated by the soil borings are a sampling in relation to the entire construction area, and for other reasons,the Owner, the Architect, the Architect's consultants, and the firm reporting the subsurface conditions do not warranty the conditions below the depths of the borings or that the strata logged from the borings are necessarily typical of the entire site. Any party using the information described in the soil borings and geotechnical report shall accept full responsibility for its use. C. A geotechnical investigation report for Project is available for viewing as appended to this Document. 1. The opinions expressed in this report are those of a geotechnical engineer and represent interpretations of subsoil conditions, tests, and results of analyses conducted by a geotechnical engineer. Owner is not responsible for interpretations or conclusions drawn from the data. 2. Any party using information described in the geotechnical report shall make additional test borings and conduct other exploratory operations that may be required to determine the character of subsurface materials that may be encountered. END OF DOCUMENT 003132 GEOTECHNICAL DATA 003132-1 • • GEOTECHNICAL ENGINEERING CaG�� OC r1ti • CONSTRUCTION MATERIALS '4e0 aP� o ENGINEERING &TESTING 9Qro 0 0 40 • SOILS• ASPHALT• CONCRETE i,y \a August 14, 2020 City of Round Rock 212 Commerce Cove Round Rock, Texas 78664 Attention: Richard Will Building Construction Manager General Services Division richardwill(rou ndrocktexas.gov SUBJECT: FINAL GEOTECHNICAL ENGINEERING SERVICES REPORT PROPOSED PUBLIC LIBRARY & PARKING GARAGE BLOCK BOUNDED BY LAMPASAS, LIBERTY, AUSTIN & SHEPPARD STREETS ROUND ROCK, TEXAS RETL Job No.: G3172O4Final2 Dear Mr. Will, In accordance with our agreement, Rock Engineering & Testing Laboratory, Inc. (RETL) has conducted a subsurface exploration and foundation and pavement evaluation for the above referenced project. The results of this exploration, together with our recommendations, are presented in the accompanying Final Geotechnical Engineering Services report, an electronic copy of which is being transmitted herewith. RETL will provide up to two (2) copies of this report in hard copy at the request of the client. Often, because of design and construction details that occur on a project, questions arise concerning soil conditions. Rock Engineering & Testing Laboratory, Inc. (RETL), would be pleased to continue its role as the Geotechnical Engineer during project implementation. RETL also has great interest in providing materials testing and special inspection services during the construction phase of this project. If you will advise us of the appropriate time to discuss these engineering services, we will be pleased to meet with you at your convenience. Sincerely, 171:04-0mits,i-~ Arnie K. Hammock, P.E. Vice President - Round Rock ROCK ENGINEERING &TESTING LABORATORY, INC. (TBPE FIRM NO. 2101) 7 Roundville Lane• Round Rock, Texas, 78664 Office: (512)284-8022• Fax: (512) 284-7764• www.rocktesting.corn FINAL GEOTECHNICAL ENGINEERING SERVICES REPORT PROPOSED PUBLIC LIBRARY & PARKING GARAGE BLOCK BOUNDED BY LAMPASAS, LIBERTY, AUSTIN & SHEPPARD STREETS ROUND ROCK, TEXAS RETL JOB NUMBER: G317204FinaI2 PREPARED FOR: CITY OF ROUND ROCK 212 COMMERCE COVE ROUND ROCK, TEXAS 78664 AUGUST 14, 2020 PREPARED BY: ROCK ENGINEERING & TESTING LABORATORY, INC. 7 ROUNDVILLE LANE ROUND ROCK, TEXAS 78664 PHONE: (512) 284-8022; FAX: (512) 284-7764 TEXAS BOARD OF PROFESSIONAL ENGINEERS FIRM REGISTRATION NUMBER - 2101 • )* �-+ i •. ' ARNIE K. HAMMOCK 3 P-3;, 84448 1//.1-;-,) lii<k\'.981/C). * " 117)X/PtiOM'It Brian Geiger, P.E. Arnie K. Hammock, P.E. Geotechnical Engineer Vice President— Round Rock 61/4N‘ 4 Pe c, a49° TABLE OF CONTENTS - - Page INTRODUCTION...... ..............................................1 Authorization..................................................................................................I........................................1 Purpose and Scope................................... I General...................................................... I.......................................................................... 1 SITE LOCATION, DES GEOLOGY..............................2...... FIELD EXPLORATION.................................................3. .....................................3 Scope .................................. ..................3 Drilling and Sampling Procedures...................................................................3 Field Tests and Measurements.................................................................................4 LABORATORY TESTING PROGRAM........................................................................5....................................................................5 SUBSURFACE ....................................5 General.......................................................... ................................5 Subsurface Conditions............... 6.................... Seismic Site Class...................................................... 7 Groundwater Observations...........................................................................7 FOUNDATION DISCUS RECOMMENDATIONS sasalliammileassiseassaaisse••••••••••8 Project Description........................................................8..................... .....................................8 PVR Discussion............................... ..8 Foundation ......................9 Foundation ti .........................10 Floor Slabs...........................................................11.................... ............................................................................11 Settlement................................................................... 12..................................................................................................12 Retaining Wall Design Parameters..............................................................12 PAVEMENT CONSIQERAS ...............................................13 Flexible Pavement.. 14........ Rigid Concrete Pavement............................. 15 Pavement Material Recommendations.........................................................15 SITE IMPROVEMENT METHODS........... 17........................... General Considerations..............................................................................17..........................................................................17 Concrete Flatwork................... .........................18 CONSTRUCTION CONSIDERATIONS........................................... ......................... Site Preparation..............................................................................18..........................................................................................18 Engineered Fill Materials.............................................................................19 Compaction Re ............................20 Earthwork and Foundation Acceptance.......................................................21 VaporRetarder..................................................................21...........................................................................................21 ExpansionJoints.........................................................................................21 GENERAL COMMENTS ........................................................................................22 APPENDIX Test Boring Location Plan Logs of Boring Key to Soil Classifications City of Round Rock PUBLIC LIBRARY& PARKING GARAGE August 14, 2020 Lampasas, Liberty,Austin&Sheppard Streets RETL Job No.: G317204Final2 Round Rock, Texas INTRODUCTION This Final Report presents the results of a geotechnical investigation performed for the proposed City of Round Rock Public Library & Parking Garage project to be constructed within the City Block bounded by Lampasas, Liberty, Austin, and Sheppard Streets in Round Rock, Texas. This study was conducted for the City of Round Rock. Authorization The work for this investigation was performed in accordance with RETL Proposal No. P061217A dated June 22, 2017. The proposal contained a scope of work and fee. Authorization to proceed was granted by issuance of a Professional Consulting Services Agreement, executed by Laurie Hadley, City Manager for the City of Round Rock, Texas on July 17, 2017. Change order No. I was issued on March 26, 2020. Purpose and Scope, The purpose of this exploration was to evaluate the soil, rock, and groundwater conditions at the subject site and to provide foundation and pavement design recommendations suitable for the proposed project. The scope of the exploration and evaluation included the following: • Subsurface exploration • Field and laboratory testing • Engineering analysis and evaluation of the subsurface materials • Provision of foundation and pavement design recommendations • Preparation of this report Our scope of services did not include an environmental assessment. Any statements in this report, or an the Logs of Boring, regarding odors, colors, unusual or suspicious items or conditions are strictly for the information of the client. General The exploration and analysis of the subsurface conditions reported herein are considered sufficient in detail and scope to form a reasonable basis for the foundation designs. The recommendations submitted for the proposed project are based on the available subsurface information and the design details provided in a letter dated December 2, 2019 prepared by RLG Inc. which included an attached plan. RETL has also been provided with a set of plans titled "City of Round Rock Public Library- 50% Construction Documents"dated 06/15/2020. If the structural and civil engineers require additional geotechnical parameters to complete the foundation and pavement designs, and those parameters can be obtained with the agreed upon scope of work, then RETL will provide the requested information as a supplement to this report. 1 of 22 City of Round Rock PUBLIC LIBRARY& PARKING GARAGE August 14, 2020 Lampasas, Liberty, Austin &Sheppard Streets RETL Job No.: G317204Final2 Round Rock, Texas The Geotechnical Engineer states that the findings, recommendations, specifications or professional advice contained herein have been presented after being prepared in a manner consistent with the level of care and skill ordinarily exercised by reputable members of the Geotechnical Engineer's profession practicing contemporaneously under similar conditions in the locality of the project. This Final Report has been prepared for the exclusive use of the City of Round Rock for the specific application towards the proposed Public Library & Parking Garage project in Round Rock, Texas. SITE LOCATION, DESCRIPTION, AND REGIONAL GEOLOGY The subject site is bounded by Lampasas Street, Liberty Street, Austin Street, and Sheppard Street as depicted in the following aerial imagery: .:\ r Y r \ 2''..:--t --_ --- . \'.•,, , . *..,, . , „.\ ... ow _ ....:________\\ ..: . t 1,,' , 4110.11 .,„:*_,..t.'' V.,..1; C . 'V:.:to, ' 1 1 ttr7 -�"r�'- ,r, . • •: ..71.,,i,:.____,..,..(5',.. ciii,..t , .. ,,,,,e___:____.1---.: .' - . * \ ' .11:it: -. ' 7 Z4-) ----'''-ws'i,l'''''e :, . 1111 , j, :1:1‘ :,\.*.C*',.;t4izi,,s:‘.:„,_,._. ,t-- Iii,, V...„.1 ,..„, - -- , ,„ . _ , ��- - kIII _ ,� mo ,,,,, � �+�-, _ -1004 , , - ,-, ' .v; 'lit '-', 4'7:':"- 1 I' . -- -...----- .r k * . !y f , ; 2 Y - f �d 8. ... ‘. kr _ ---,�- ' k .may.-r ilk ., 0,, ,t, ....,!, ________„...--, , ,...., . , "Tr ,...-,..j':--' - fe.' A ' ",* - ,'.—---.-i.,'',.-\i l t. '- -t:t-----:if..'-1'-,-*t'l.;...A- ',v, •l . t.._ tl-'e s . .y - i s ;,,, .. -„ -.'*4- {' -:-.kl'7i-.zi.'l; ,'wtk-.-'','e,,,o,• .-, '..-`-f,-,',, -.- *.,'i4 -,-i--, ----1-"4,"'4\'.,„i...\.1,' '.'''' '_7:.'.,.' *,4.''''''3'','.„-11i:*-$0i-,l-° -.. _.----rs--t l''-k4--- 1\- ,'- 10-,,., A-c-, -. ,M .'6..s,.,,.,,.:,'..l.,,,..t„t'e_-t r _' _ • :1 ■ 0-Mh tom. ...,F' y F k ,V-.,,,,,- '; 4 ,l w G..gle Ealth At the time of our subsurface exploration, portions of the site were developed with surficial pavement materials and evidence of previous residential type structures. The surface of the site was relatively firm and the drilling crew experienced only minor difficulties moving about the site. As shown on the Geologic Atlas of Texas Austin Sheet (Reprinted 1981), the site is located within the lithologies of the Del Rio Clay (Kdg) ("Grayson Marl) and the Edwards Limestone (Ked). The Del Rio Clay is calcareous and gypsiferous in composition, blocky with thin beds of siltstone. The Edwards Limestone contains dolomite and chert. 2 of 22 City of Round Rock PUBLIC LIBRARY& PARKING GARAGE August 14, 2020 Lampasas, Liberty,Austin&Sheppard Streets RETL Job No.: G317204Final2 Round Rock, Texas FIELD EXPLORATION Scope The subsurface exploration completed to provide an evaluation of the engineering characteristics of the foundation materials included a reconnaissance of the project site, drilling test borings, and recovering disturbed split spoon samples, relatively undisturbed Shelby tube samples, and rock-core samples. A total of 10 test borings were performed at the subject site for this geotechnical investigation; four (4) test borings were performed for a preliminary investigation and six (6) additional test borings were performed to complete the investigation. RETL personnel determined the number, location, and depths of the preliminary test borings. RLG Inc. personnel determined the number and approximate locations of the additional test borings. RETL determined the depth of the additional test borings as well as located the additional test borings at the subject. The drilling operations were performed by a drilling subcontractor to RETL under the supervision of an RETL representative. Upon completion of the drilling operations and after obtaining delayed groundwater observations, the test borings were backfilled with grout with the exception of Test Borings B-3 and B-5. These test borings were converted to monitor wells in order to provide groundwater readings over time. A Test Boring Location Plan, which is a reproduction of the referenced plan, is provided in the Appendix of this report. Drilling and Sampling frocedures The test borings were performed using a drilling rig equipped with a rotary head and hollow stem auger, air-rotary, and rock-core drilling methods were used to advance the boreholes to their termination depths. Disturbed samples were obtained employing split- barrel sampling procedures in general accordance with the procedures for "Penetration Test and Split-Barrel Sampling of Soils" (ASTM D1586). Relatively undisturbed soil samples were obtained using thin-wall tube sampling procedures in accordance with the procedures for "Thin Walled Tube Sampling of Soils" (ASTM D1587). The samples obtained by this procedure were extruded by a hydraulic ram and classified in the field. Rock coring using a NX size core barrel was used to obtain relatively undisturbed rock- core samples of the limestone strata. The percent recovery (REC) and rock quality designation (RQD) from the rock-cores were determined in the field and are noted on the Logs of Boring provided in the Appendix of this report. The samples were classified in the field, placed in plastic bags, marked according to their boring number, depth and any other pertinent field data, and stored in special containers. At the completion of the drilling operations the samples were delivered to the laboratory for testing. 3 of 22 City of Round Rock PUBLIC LIBRARY&PARKING GARAGE August 14, 2020 Lampasas, Liberty,Austin&Sheppard Streets RETL Job No.: G317204Final2 Round Rock,Texas Field Tests and Measurements Penetration Tests - During the sampling procedures, standard penetration tests (SPT) were performed to obtain the standard penetration value of the subsurface materials. The standard penetration value (N) is defined as the number of blows of a 140-pound hammer, falling 30-inches, required to advance the split-barrel sampler 1-foot into the soil. The sampler is lowered to the bottom of the previously cleaned drill hole and advanced by blows from the hammer. The number of blows is recorded for each of three successive 6-inch penetrations. The "N" value is obtained by adding the second and third 6-inch increment number of blows. The results of standard penetration tests indicate the relative density of cohesionless soils and comparative consistency of cohesive soils, thereby providing a basis for estimating the relative strength and compressibility of the soil profile components. Water Level Observations - Water level observations were obtained during the test boring drilling operations and are noted on the Logs of Boring provided in the Appendix. The amount of water in open boreholes largely depends on the permeability of the soils encountered at the test boring locations. In relatively pervious soils, such as sandy soils, the indicated depths are usually reliable groundwater levels. In relatively impervious soils, a suitable estimate of the groundwater depth may not be possible, even after several days of observation. Seasonal variations, temperature, land-use, proximity to a body of water, and recent rainfall conditions may influence the depth to the groundwater. Percent Core Recovery / Rock Quality Designation - The percent core recovery (REC) was determined by calculating the ratio of the length of recovery of in-tact rock- core specimen to the total length of the core run. REC quantities are presented as a percentage of the core run, and descriptors range from incompetent to continuous. The rock quality designation (RQD) is a representative value of the ratio of the core lengths greater than 4-inches in length to the total length of the run. RQD descriptions range from very poor to excellent. REC and RQD values are represented in numerical form as well as in their associated descriptors on the Logs of Boring provided in the Appendix. Ground Surface Elevations - The elevation of the ground surface at the test boring locations was estimated based on the topographic information presented on Sheet 9 of the project Civil drawings. The depths referred to in this report are measured from the ground surface at the test boring locations during the time of our field investigation. 4 of 22 City of Round Rock PUBLIC LIBRARY&PARKING GARAGE August 14, 2020 Lampasas, Liberty,Austin &Sheppard Streets RETL Job No.: G317204Final2 Round Rock, Texas LABORATORY TESTING PROGRAM In addition to the field investigation, a limited laboratory-testing program was conducted to determine additional pertinent engineering characteristics of the subsurface materials necessary in analyzing the behavior of the foundation systems for the proposed project. The laboratory-testing program included performing supplementary visual classification (ASTM D2487) on the samples obtained. In addition, selected samples were subjected to water content tests (ASTM D2216), Atterberg limits tests (ASTM D4318), percent material finer than the #200 sieve tests (ASTM D1140), unconfined compressive strength tests (ASTM D2166), and one dimensional swell tests (ASTM D4546). The compressive strength of selected intact rock-core samples was evaluated from unconfined compressive strength tests (ASTM D7012), where rock-core quality allowed. The rock core specimens were capped in lieu of end preparation in accordance with ASTM D4543. The phases of the laboratory-testing program were conducted in general accordance with applicable ASTM Specifications. The results of these tests are presented on the accompanying Logs of Boring provided in the Appendix. SUBSURFACE CONDITIONS General The types of subsurface materials encountered in the test borings completed during this geotechnical investigation have been visually classified and are described in detail on the Logs of Boring. The results of the strength tests, standard penetration tests, water level observations and laboratory tests are presented on the Logs of Boring in numerical form. Representative samples of the subsurface materials were placed in polyethylene bags and are now stored in the laboratory for further analysis, if desired. Unless notified to the contrary, the samples will be disposed of three (3) months after issuance of this preliminary report. The stratification of the subsurface conditions, as shown on the Logs of Boring, represents the subsurface conditions at the actual test boring locations. Variations may occur between, or beyond, the boring locations. Lines of demarcation represent the approximate boundary between different soil and rock types, but the transition may be gradual, or not clearly defined. It should be noted that, whereby the test borings were drilled and sampled by experienced technicians, it is sometimes difficult to record changes in stratification within narrow limits. In the absence of foreign substances, it is also difficult to distinguish between discolored soils and clean soil fill. 5 of 22 City of Round Rock PUBLIC LIBRARY&PARKING GARAGE August 14, 2020 Lampasas, Liberty,Austin&Sheppard Streets RETL Job No.: G317204FinaI2 Round Rock, Texas Subsurface Conditions The subsurface conditions encountered in the test borings completed during this investigation have been summarized and soil and rock properties including classification, strength, plasticity, and grain size are provided in the following table: SUMMARY of TEST BORINGS B1, B-2, B-3, PB-I, PB-3 LIBRARY BUILDING D I 'I1iftT' II'Ti ye -#200 P or N- 1. 0-6 Fat CLAY with varying ( 79_9254-602,500 0 120 67-89 � p- �•5-4.5+ amounts of sand and gravel , N= 2-37 Lean CLAY 6131,628-46 -W4ecKiIiIi 0 120 38-82 P= 1.7525 CLAYEYSand* N=9-42 Clayey GRAVEL , , 13h/223% Poorly Graded GRAVEL 61 43 0 30 125 2140 N= 13-56/7" Poorly Graded SANDA _ _ ' 23%-60 LIMESTONE >5,000 0 140 --- c =88-875 'Denotes extended to a depth of 18'/2-feet in Test Boring B-2 ^Denotes extended to a depth of 181h-feet in Test Boring PB-3 and 20-feet in Test Boring B-3 _ _ SUMMARY of TEST BORINGS B-4, BB-6, PB2, PB-4 PARKING GARAGE D Description LL PI y -#200 P or N 0-6 Fat CLAY with varying 5393 3565 2,500 � 0 120 58-83P` 1.5-4.5+ amounts of sand and gravelN= 2-37 Lean CLAY P= i.75-&25 413h/2 38-49 20-31 3,000 0 12035-71 CLAYEY Sand" ` N= 9-42 13%23h/2 Clayey GRAVEL 32-50 17-33 0 30 125 14-26 N= 13-56/7" Poorly Graded GRAVEL* 18231A Sandy Lean CLAY** --- --- 3,000 0 120 --- N= 19-31 18Y2-65 LIMESTONE >5,000 0 140 --- o'=83793 _ _ ^Denotes not encountered in Test Boring PB-4 and extended to 18feet in Test Boring B-4 and 23-feet in Test Boring B-5 *Denotes not encountered in Test Boring B-5 **Denotes encountered in Test Borings PB-4 and B-4 only Where: D= Depth in feet below existing grade LL = Liquid Limit (%) PI = Plasticity Index C =Average Soil Cohesion, psf(undrained) 8 =Angle of Internal Friction, deg. (undrained) ye=Effective Soil Unit Weight, pcf -#200 = Percent Material Finer than a#200 Sieve P= Pocket Penetrometer value range,tsf N =Standard Penetration Value range, blows per foot a =Rock-core compressive strength value range,tsf 6 of 22 City of Round Rock PUBLIC LIBRARY&PARKING GARAGE August 14, 2020 Lampasas, Liberty,Austin &Sheppard Streets RETL Job No.: G317204Final2 Round Rock,Texas Based on the observations completed during the field investigation, the Recovery/ RQD values of the limestone materials encountered in the test borings, the compression tests performed in our laboratory on intact rock-core specimens, and our experience with similar projects in the vicinity of the subject site, the following items should be noted: • Cobble to boulder sized fragments of limestone may be encountered with upper soils at this site. • The limestone rock materials of this site are very hard in consistency; high powered rock excavation equipment or other comparable heavy duty earth moving equipment, such as a hoe ram breaker and rock bucket, will be necessary to excavate these materials at this site. This is especially likely in areas where Recovery and RQD values exceed 70- percent and 50, respectively. • Interbedded seams of very hard clay and shale may be encountered within the limestone strata. • Lenses of very hard chert material were observed in the rock core specimens below a depth of 60-feet. Seismic Site Class The field investigation did not include a 100-foot deep test boring therefore, the soil/rock properties are not known in sufficient detail to determine the Site Class per IBC. This site has stiff to very stiff clayey and gravelly soils underlain by very hard limestone extending to the 60-foot depth. Table 1615.1.1-Site Class Definitions, indicates that Site Class C materials should have soil undrained shear strengths greater than 2,000 psf and standard penetration resistances greater than 50 blows per foot. The subsurface materials extending to a depth of 60-feet at this site have strengths similar to Site Class C materials; therefore, RETL recommends that Site Class C, "very dense soil and soft rock" profile be assumed. Groundwater Observations Groundwater was encountered in Test Boring B-4 at a depth of 25-feet during drilling operations. Groundwater was not encountered during the drilling operations nor measured in the remaining test borings upon completion of the drilling. Delayed groundwater measurements were made since the completion of the drilling operations using the monitor wells installed in Test Borings B-3 and B-5. The delayed groundwater readings in the monitor wells are provided in the following table: DELAYED GROUNDWATER READINGS Date Test Boring B-3 Test Boring B-5 1/20/2020 Dry_____ pry 1/24/2020 Dry Dry 4/24/2020 30' ' 27' L8/13/2020 Dry 25' 7 of 22 City of Round Rock PUBLIC LIBRARY&PARKING GARAGE August 14,2020 Lampasas, Liberty,Austin&Sheppard Streets RETL Job No.: G317204Final2 Round Rock, Texas Based on observations made in the field and moisture contents obtained in the laboratory, it appears that groundwater may exist at this site at depths of approximately 20 to 30-feet below the existing site grades, particularly during periods of wet weather. It should be noted that water levels in open boreholes may require anywhere from several hours to several days to stabilize depending on the permeability of the soils and that groundwater levels at this site may be subject to seasonal conditions, recent rainfall, drought or temperature effects. FOUNDATION DISCUSSION AND RECOMMENDATIONS Project Description, RETL understands that the proposed project is currently in the Planning Stage phase and could consist of the construction of the following: • Public Library Building O 25,600 square feet in plan area (ground level) O 3-stories in height o Cast-in-place concrete o Maximum Pier Loads ranging from 400 to 600 kips o Pier diameters ranging from 30 to 36-inches • Parking Garage O 29,250 square feet in plan area O 4-stories in height o Cast-in-place concrete construction o Maximum Pier Loads of approximately 1,000 kips o Pier diameters ranging from 36 to 42-inches • Public Spaces and Outdoor Areas PVR Discussion Differential vertical movements associated with the shrinking and swelling of plastic clay soils can adversely affect the performance of a soil supported floor system resulting in cracking of exterior facades, brittle floor coverings and interior partitions. The laboratory test results indicate the upper fat clay soils with varying amounts of sand are high in plasticity. The lean clay and clayey sand soils are generally moderate to moderately high in plasticity. The maximum calculated potential vertical rise (PVR) based on the subsurface materials encountered in test borings completed for this geotechnical investigation ranges from approximately 2 to 41/2-inches. The PVR values were calculated using the Texas Department of Transportation Method TEX- 124E and took into account the depth of the active zone, estimated to extend to a maximum depth of approximately 15-feet, and the Atterberg limits test results of the soils encountered within the active zone. The results of the swell tests indicate that the PVR values calculated using the TEX-124E method are appropriate for this site. The estimated PVR values are based on a concrete floor or flatwork system applying a sustained surcharge load of approximately 1.0 pound per square inch on the subgrade soils. The value represents the vertical rise that can be experienced by dry subsoils if 8 of 22 City of Round Rock PUBLIC LIBRARY& PARKING GARAGE August 14, 2020 Lampasas, Liberty,Austin&Sheppard Streets RETL Job No.: G317204Final2 Round Rock, Texas they are subjected to conditions that allow them to become saturated, such as poor drainage. Using dry soil conditions to calculate the PVR is generally considered the worst case scenario. The actual movement of the subsoils is dependent upon their change in moisture content. Differential vertical movements can potentially be equal to the expected total movements. Differential vertical movements associated with the soils at this site may occur over a distance on the order of I 5-feet. Over-excavating the natural clay soils and placing properly compacted, low-plasticity Select Fill soils to fill the over-excavated depth and to raise the grade to the Design Subgrade Elevation can reduce the PVR condition. RETL recommends that to reduce the PVR condition to approximately 1-inch or less, the entire stratum of natural fat clay soils shall be over-excavated. The fat clay soils were encountered to elevations ranging from approximately El 704114feet to El 706%-feet (approximately 4 to 6 feet below the existing site grades). Foundation Design Recommendations Based on the existing subsurface conditions encountered in the test borings completed during this geotechnical investigation, the use of a deep foundation system is considered feasible to provide support for the proposed structures. The deep foundation shall consist of straight shaft drilled piers. Drilled Straight Shaft Pier Foundations - RETL recommends that a straight shaft drilled pier foundation system shall be used to provide support of the structural loads of the proposed Public Library and Parking Garage structures. The structural designer can utilize an allowable end bearing value of 50,000 pounds per square foot for straight shaft drilled piers bearing at least 30-feet below the existing site grades and at least two (2) pier diameters into limestone rock. In addition, an allowable unit skin friction value of 3,500 pounds per square foot may be used for that portion of the pier shaft in contact with limestone below 30-feet. Friction for fill soils, natural soils, and weathered materials should be neglected. The recommended allowable end-bearing and unit skin friction values utilize a safety factor of 3 and 2, respectively to prevent shear failure. Resistance to uplift can be calculated by taking 70-percent of the friction capacity of a straight shaft drilled pier. Straight shaft drilled piers should have a minimum diameter of 18-inches and should be spaced no closer than three (3) pier diameters apart measured center to center. Drilled piers at this site should be adequately reinforced with a minimum of 1-percent of the cross-sectional area of the pier shaft throughout the depth of the pier to withstand uplift forces. 9 of 22 City of Round Rock PUBLIC LIBRARY&PARKING GARAGE August 14, 2020 Lampasas, Liberty,Austin &Sheppard Streets RETL Job No.: G317204Final2 Round Rock, Texas The following LPILE parameters may be used to evaluate the lateral capacity of the piers: ,..._ _______ _ 4._ - / . ____ D Description 1i C 9 ye K E50 1 a u .. _____. � Clay NEGLECT 120 NEGLECT 5-20 Clay3 000 0 120 1,000 0.005 ...... 2 � •� Strong Rock -- --- 140 --- --- 4,000 Where: D= Depth in feet below existing grade LL= Liquid Limit (%) PI = Plasticity Index C=Average Soil Cohesion, psf(undrained) 0 AngIe of Internal Friction, deg. (undrained) ye =Effective Soil Unit Weight, pcf K=modulus of subgrade reaction (pci) E5o=50%strain value au= Uniaxial Compressive Strength (psi) E5o values were estimated from known correlations. Grade Beams - RETL recommends that grade beams be constructed with a minimum 8-inch void space between the bottom of the beam and the underlying soil. Grade beams spanning between piers should be structurally connected to the piers. Foundation Construction Considerations Based on subsurface conditions encountered in the test borings completed at the subject site, temporary steel casing will be required to successfully install the drilled piers. Temporary steel casing should be included in the price to install drilled piers at this site. Temporary steel casing is typically used as a method to control soil sloughing and groundwater inflow. Concrete should be placed in the pier excavations as soon as possible after loose material has been removed, the pier excavation inspected, and reinforcing steel installed. Pier concrete shall be placed within 8-hours of completion of the drilling of any given pier; pier excavations shall not be left open overnight. A relatively high slump concrete mix (6 to 7-inches) is suggested to minimize aggregate segregation caused by the reinforcing steel. Free fall of concrete into the pier excavation is permitted provided the concrete can be placed into the pier excavation without striking the sides of the excavation or hitting the rebar. The successful placement of a drilled pier foundation system is dependent on the expertise of the drilled pier foundation contractor. A test pier excavation should be performed at the site to verify the contractor's construction methods and to identify any potential groundwater infiltration and soil sloughing problems. The RETL Engineer or his designated representative should be present to witness the installation of all the drilled piers, including the test pier excavation. 10 of 22 City of Round Rock PUBLIC LIBRARY&PARKING GARAGE August 14, 2020 Lampasas, Liberty,Austin &Sheppard Streets RETL Job No.: G317204Final2 Round Rock, Texas Floor Slabs Soil supported or structurally supported concrete floor systems could to be used in conjunction with the drilled straight shaft pier foundation system. The decision as to which floor system is to be constructed depends on the amount of tolerable movement the Owner is willing to accept. Soil Support Floor Slab - Soil supported floor slabs may be used in conjunction with the drilled pier foundation system. Soil supported floor slabs may be subject to vertical movements, as discussed earlier in this report. Even slight differential movements may cause distress to interior wall partitions supported by a soil supported floor system resulting in cosmetic damage. This amount of movement should be understood and addressed during the design phase of the proposed structure planned for construction at this site. Utilities which project through soil supported floor slabs should be designed with either some degree of flexibility, or with sleeves, to prevent damage to these lines should movement occur. The recommendations provided in the "Site Preparation" section of this report shall be performed in areas where a soil supported floor slab system is used. Appropriate structural design details are usually required to account for differential movements that could occur between the relatively fixed foundation elements and a soil supported floor slab. Since the PVR at this site will be reduced to approximately 1-inch or less after the recommended building pad grading recommendations are preformed, differential movements between the floor slab and foundation elements should be minimal. Grade supported floor slabs may be attached to the pier supported foundation elements. A hinge crack in the slab located approximately 5-feet away from the perimeter should be expected, however. The slab should therefore be sufficiently reinforced to resist distress at the crack locations and control joints in the slab installed. A vapor barrier should be placed beneath the floor slab in order to break the rise of capillary moisture. A building pad constructed with properly compacted Select Fill as recommended in the "Site Preparation" section of this report will result in a subgrade modulus (k) of 150 pci. The k value presented in this report is based on empirical equations that estimate the results of plate load tests. For design purposes, the following friction factors should be used: • Slab over Base Layer: 0.35 • Slab over Moisture Barrier: 0.20 Adequate reinforcement and control joints shall be provided to limit cracking of the floor slab resulting from any differential movement or shrinkage. Rolled mesh welded wire reinforcement shall not be used due to curling and difficulty in handling. Sawed joints for un-reinforced concrete shall be no more than three (3) times (in feet) the slab thickness in inches. For example, for a 5-inch thick slab, use a center-to-center spacing of 15-feet or less. Depth of the sawed joints shall be at least '/4 the slab thickness. 11 of 22 City of Round Rock PUBLIC LIBRARY&PARKING GARAGE August 14,2020 Lampasas, Liberty,Austin&Sheppard Streets RETL Job No.: G317204Final2 Round Rock, Texas The surface of the building pad shall be proof-rolled with at least a 15-ton pneumatic roller or equivalent then followed with a smooth drum roller just prior to concrete slab-on-grade construction. The finished surface of the building pad shall be deemed acceptable if there is no vertical surface deviation greater than one-quarter¼-inch. Structurally Suspended Floor Slab - A structurally suspended floor slab should be utilized in conjunction with the drilled piers if relatively no floor slab movement can be tolerated, and a high level of performance is desired from the floor slab system. It is recommended that the structural slab be constructed with a minimum 8-inch void space between the slab and the soil at the site. Settlement If the straight shaft drilled piers are designed using the recommended net allowable unit end bearing and skin friction pressures provided in this report, the piers should experience negligible total settlements. Retaining Wall Design Parameters RETL understands that retaining walls may be installed at this site. Equivalent fluid pressures for a horizontal backfill surface for various backfill materials as outlined in this section shall be used as the horizontal components of the active earth pressure or at- rest earth pressure on the walls, as appropriate. Whether the active or at-rest pressure utilized will be dependent on the amount of horizontal movement that can occur along the vertical wall height. The decision as to whether the active or at-rest case should be used for design will depend on the rigidity of the walls. At-rest earth pressures shall be used for the condition where the top of the wall is rigidly restrained such as when it attached to the structure. Active earth pressures shall be used where the wall can experience some degree of lateral movement; additional lateral loads due to surcharge shall be included in the design. Drainage systems shall be provided near, or at the base of the walls to collect and remove groundwater and prevent a buildup of hydrostatic pressure on the walls. If provisions to prevent accumulations of water behind the walls are not provided, then they shall be designed to resist the full hydrostatic head in addition to the lateral earth pressures as outlined. The data in the following table shall be used to design the retaining walls for both active and at-rest states: Backfill Material Equivalent Fluid Pressure, pcf Active At-Rest Silty/Clayey SAND (SM-SC), Sandy Lean CLAY (COr Select Fill 45 65 (CO Free Draining Sands and Gravels 35 55 12 of 22 City of Round Rock PUBLIC LIBRARY&PARKING GARAGE August 14, 2020 Lampasas, Liberty,Austin&Sheppard Streets RETL Job No.: G317204Final2 Round Rock,Texas Backfill materials can be compacted using vibration techniques and should be compacted to at least 92-percent of the maximum dry density as determined by the TxDOT Test Method TEX1 14-E. The moisture content of the soils should be maintained between the optimum moisture content to 4-percent above the optimum moisture content. It is imperative that the backfill be properly compacted behind the wall structures. RETL recommends that a permanent seepage collection system be installed to prevent the development of excessive hydrostatic pressures from acting on the retaining walls. Drainage collection should be accomplished with slotted piping and a geotextile fabric (such as Mirafi 140N or equivalent) to help minimize the intrusion of fine-grained particles into the drain system. A full-height drain behind the below-grade walls could consist of gravel meeting the requirements of ASTM D448 or ASTM C33 coarse concrete aggregate Size No. 57, 6 or 67. Retaining walls could be supported on conventional footing foundations or continuous spread footings bearing in undisturbed natural materials or properly compacted Engineered Fill soils. Footings bearing in undisturbed natural soils or properly compacted Engineered Fill soils should be designed for an allowable soil bearing pressure of 2,000 psf. The recommended bearing values are based on dead load plus sustained live load considerations (SF3.0). Sliding friction resistances can be calculated by multiplying the weight of the footing and soil above by a sliding friction coefficient of 0.35. The passive pressure on the retaining wall may be calculated using an equivalent fluid pressure of 225 psf per foot of depth with a maximum passive pressure of 2,000 psf. PAVEMENT CONSIDERATIONS In designing the proposed automobile parking areas as well as the driveways and service areas, the existing subgrade conditions must be considered together with the expected traffic use and loading conditions. The conditions that influence pavement design can be summarized as follows: 1. Bearing values of the subgrade. These values can be represented by a California Bearing Ratio (CBR) for the design of flexible asphalt pavements, or a Modulus of Subgrade Reaction (K) for rigid concrete pavements. 2. Vehicular traffic, in terms of the number and frequency of vehicles and their range of axle loads 3. Probable increase in vehicular use over the life of the pavement 4. The availability of suitable materials to be used in the construction of the pavement and their relative costs. Specific laboratory testing to define the subgrade strength (i.e. CBR/K values) has not been performed for this analysis. Based upon local experience and the plasticity indices of the in-situ subgrade soils, the CBR and K value for design has been selected as 3 and 100 pci, respectively. 13 of 22 City of Round Rock PUBLIC LIBRARY&PARKING GARAGE August 14, 2020 Lampasas, Liberty,Austin&Sheppard Streets RETL Job No.: G317204Final2 Round Rock, Texas Since traffic counts and design vehicles have not been provided, it is possible to provide a non-engineered pavement section suitable for light and heavy-duty service based on pavement sections that have provided adequate serviceability for similar type applications. Allowances for proper drainage and proper material selection of base materials are most important for performance of asphaltic pavements. Ruts and birdbaths in asphalt pavements allow for quick deterioration of the pavement primarily due to saturation of the underlying base materials and subgrade soils. The paving areas can be designed with either a flexible or rigid pavement. It is important that the exposed subgrade is properly prepared prior to pavement installation. RETL is of the opinion that the recommended Heavy-Duty sections presented in the following tables should be installed in the Fire Lane to support the load of a 90,000 pound fire truck apparatus. Flexible Pavement The following flexible pavement sections were determined using the above information and assumptions in conjunction with Chart 3.1 included in the Guide for Design of Pavement Structures, published by AASHTO in 1993. The recommended light, medium, and heavy-duty flexible pavement section, using the locally available base material, are provided in the following table: Flexible Pavement (Automobile Parking Areas) Pavement Constituent Light Duty Medium Duty Heavy Duty HMAC Type D 2" 2%" 3" Crushed Limestone Base ���� 12" 14" Material Compacted Subgrade* 8" 8" 8" *Subgrade soils with a PI greater than 20 should be lime stabilized. 14 of 22 City of Round Rock PUBLIC LIBRARY&PARKING GARAGE August 14, 2020 Lampasas, Liberty,Austin&Sheppard Streets RETL Job No.: G317204Final2 Round Rock, Texas Rigid Concrete Pavements The use of concrete for paving has become more prevalent in recent years due to the long-term maintenance cost benefits of concrete pavement compared to asphalt pavements. The recommended light, medium, and heavy-duty rigid concrete pavement sections are provided in the following tables: SITE PAVING I (BEARING ON NATURAL SOILS OR GENERAL FILLS Rigid Pavement Light Duty Medium Duty Heavy Duty Reinforced Concrete 6" 7" 8" Compacted Subgrade" 8" � 8_1" I 8" 'Subgrade soils with a PI greater than 20 should be lime stabilized. FIRST LEVEL PARKING GARAGE PAVING (BEARING ON SELECT FILL) Rigid Pavement Light Duty Medium Duty Heavy Duty - _ Reinforced Concrete 5" 6" 7" Compacted Subgrade 8'' I 8" 8" _ Concrete pavement is recommended in areas that receive continuous repetitive traffic such as the parking lot entrances and trash dump approach areas. The heavy-duty concrete at the location of the trash dumpster should be 7-inches in thickness and be large enough to accommodate both the front and rear wheels of the vehicles used to pick up the trash dumpsters. Maintenance or operations managers need to stress the importance of placing the trash dumpsters in their proper locations to reduce the distress trash pickup operations place on the pavement. Pavement Material Recommendations Compacted Subgrade After surface organics and deleterious materials have been removed as described in the "Construction Considerations" section of this report, additional excavation should be performed where required, to remove existing foundations, other improvements, and disturbed soils. After excavation operations are complete, the exposed soils should then be proof-rolled with a minimum 20-ton rubber tire dump truck or loader under the supervision of RETL. If soft pockets or pumping areas are identified, these materials should be removed to expose firm materials. 15 of 22 City of Round Rock PUBLIC LIBRARY&PARKING GARAGE August 14, 2020 Lampasas, Liberty,Austin &Sheppard Streets RETL Job No.: G317204Final2 Round Rock,Texas After proof-rolling operations are completed, the upper 8-inches of exposed soils should be moisture conditioned and compacted to the extent necessary to provide the density as determined by the TxDOT Test Method TEX-1 I 4-E, as shown in the following table: Description Density (%) Moisture Content Non-swelling Soils Not less (PI less and 20) more than 105 Swelling Soils Not less than 95 nor ptimum pIus (PI between 20 and 35) more than 102 _ Swelling Soils Not less than 95 nor Optimum plus PI rester than 35 more than 100 Compacted Fill - After subgrade preparation is complete, the placement of properly compacted fill soils may begin in the paved areas to raise the grades, where required. Fill soils may consist of on-site soils free of organics and other deleterious materials or imported soils. A maximum particle size of 4-inches is recommended. The fill used to raise the grade in the proposed parking and driveway areas should be placed in no greater than 8-inch thick loose lifts. Each lift should be moisture conditioned and compacted to the extent necessary to provide the density as determined by the TxDOT Test Method TEX- 114-E, as shown in the following table: _ _ - Description Density (%) Moisture Content Non-swelling Soils Not less than 95 nor (PI less and 20) more than 105 Swelling Soils Not less than 95 nor Il (PI between 20 and 35) more than 102 Optimum plus Swelling Soils Not less than 95 nor (Plgreaterthan35) more than 100 Optimum plus Fill slopes, with a 2-percent drainage gradient, shall extend beyond the edge of pavement sections at least 10-feet prior to sloping. Long-term slopes of fill material shall not be steeper than 3H:IV. Lime Stabilized Subgrade - Lime placement and mixing operations should be performed in accordance with TxDOT Item 260, "LIME TREATMENT FOR MATERIALS USED AS SUBGRADE (ROAD MIXED)." Lime shall be mixed with the natural in-situ soils at a rate of 6-percent based on the maximum dry unit weight of the raw subgrade soils as determined by the TxDOT Test Method Tex-114-E. After proper curing time, usually 48 to 72 hours, the lime stabilized soils should be remixed and compacted to the extent necessary to obtain the density as shown in the table presented in the of the Compacted Subgrade section of this report. Base Material - Base materials should meet the requirements set forth in the Texas Department of Transportation (TxDOT) 2014 Standard Specifications for Construction of Highways, Streets and Bridges; Item 247, Type A, Grade 1-2. The base material should be placed in maximum 8-inch thick loose lifts and compacted to a minimum density of 100-percent of the maximum dry density as determined by the TEX-1 I 3-E method. The 16 of 22 City of Round Rock PUBLIC LIBRARY&PARKING GARAGE August 14, 2020 Lampasas, Liberty,Austin&Sheppard Streets RETL Job No.: G317204Final2 Round Rock, Texas moisture content of the base materials should be maintained within 2-percent of the optimum moisture content. Hot Mix Asphaltic Concrete - Hot mix asphaltic concrete should meet the requirements set forth in TxDOT Item 340 or 341; Type D surface course. The asphaltic concrete should be compacted to between 92 and 96-percent of the theoretical density. Rigid Concrete - The concrete pavement should be properly reinforced and jointed, as per ACI, and should have a minimum 28cfay compressive strength of 3,500 psi. Expansion joints should be sealed with an appropriate sealant so that moisture infiltration into the subgrade soils and resultant concrete deterioration at the joints is minimized. Control joint spacing should not exceed 15-feet and preferably less to adequately control cracking. The joints should be thoroughly cleaned, and sealant should be installed without overfilling before the pavement is opened to traffic. Based on past experience with concrete pavements supported on similar subgrade soils, RETL recommends that reinforcement for concrete pavement consist of #4 bars (1/2-IflCh diameter) spaced at 18, 14, and I 2inches on center each way for light, medium, and heavy-duty options, respectively. The splice length for #4 bars should not be less than 20-inches. SITE IMPROVEMENT METHODS General Considerations A majority of foundation related problems are attributable, at least in part, to poor drainage. Cohesive soils can expand or shrink by absorbing or losing water, respectively. Reducing the variation in moisture content can potentially reduce the variation in volume. A number of measures may be used to attain a reduction in subsoil moisture content variations, thus reducing the soil's volume change potential. Some of these measures are outlined as follows: • During construction, a positive drainage scheme should be implemented to prevent ponding of water on the subgrade in the foundation areas. • Positive drainage should be maintained around the proposed structures through a roof/gutter system connected to piping or directed to paved surfaces, transmitting water away from the foundation perimeters. In addition, positive grades sloping away from the foundations should be designed and implemented for the area extending at least 10-feet away from the foundation perimeters. • Utility trenches shall be backfilled with a Controlled Low Strength Material (CLSM) to a distance of at least 5-feet beyond the perimeter foundation to assure the trenches do not serve as aqueducts that could transport water beneath the structure. 17 of 22 City of Round Rock PUBLIC LIBRARY&PARKING GARAGE August 14, 2020 Lampasas, Liberty,Austin &Sheppard Streets RETL Job No.: G3172O4FinaI2 Round Rock, Texas • Vegetation placed in landscape beds that are adjacent to the proposed structures should be limited to plants and shrubs that will not exceed a mature height of 3-feet. Large bushes and trees should be planted away from the foundations at a distance that will exceed their full mature height and canopy width. Project features beyond the scope of those discussed above should be planned and designed similarly to attain a region of relatively uniform moisture content within the foundation areas. Poor drainage schemes resulting in soil moisture and volume changes are generally the primary cause of foundation problems. Concrete Flatwork Concrete site flatwork such as sidewalks and driveways may be subject to PVR movements when constructed over the plastic clay soils. Changes in the moisture content of the supporting plastic soils causes volumetric changes, resulting in differential movements of the flatwork. Provisions in the site development should be made in order to maintain relative uniform moisture contents of the supporting soils. If it is desired to increase the performance level and reduce the PVR for concrete flatwork adjacent to the proposed structures, the upper soils should be undercut and Select Fill should be placed to reduce the PVR condition to approximately 1- inch as recommended in the "PVR Discussion" section of this report. Individual panels of concrete flatwork should be dowelled together to minimize trip hazards as a result of differential movements within the flatwork. Efforts should be made to avoid having situations where site flatwork panels are partially supported on compacted Select Fill soils and partially supported on plastic soils. This may result in differential movement and may also result in a negative slope back towards the proposed structures causing ponding of water next to the foundation perimeters. CONSTRUCTION CONSIDERATIONS Site Preparation General Discussion - Based on a review of Sheet 9 of the Civil drawings titled "Grading Plan"the Finish Floor Elevation of the Public Library Building has been set at elevation EL 714 feet. The average existing grade within the proposed Public Library Building area is approximately elevation El 711 feet. Fill grading operations will be required to raise the building pad area to the Design Subgrade Elevation. If the Finish Floor Elevation of the proposed building is changed, RETL should be provided with proposed final elevation information prior to design finalization so that we may determine if the recommendations presented in this report remain applicable. Subgrade Preparation - Within the areas of the subject site where engineered improvements are planned, vegetation, roots, objectionable materials, and topsoil materials should be stripped from the surface. The stripped materials should either be stockpiled for use in non-structural/landscaped areas or removed from the site. A stripping depth of at least 6-inches is recommended. Additionally, existing foundation 18 of 22 City of Round Rock PUBLIC LIBRARY&PARKING GARAGE August 14,2020 Lampasas, Liberty,Austin &Sheppard Streets RETL Job No.: G317204Final2 Round Rock, Texas elements and underground improvements should be completely removed from within the proposed building areas. The RETL Geotechnical Engineer or his representative should be present at the site, working with the Contractor, to aid in determining final requirements for removal and/or undercutting of unsuitable materials. Upon completion of the stripping and excavation operations, the exposed soils should be proof-rolled with a minimum 20-ton rubber tire dump truck or loader under the supervision of RETL to detect any soft areas prior to fill placement. If any soft pockets or pumping areas are identified, the soft materials should be removed to expose firm materials and the excavation replaced with compacted fill. The RETL Geotechnical Engineer must approve the subgrade condition prior to the placement of fill materials. After proofrolling operations are completed, the exposed soils shall be scarified to a depth of 8-inches, moisture conditioned if necessary, and compacted. The soils shall be moisture conditioned and compacted to the extent necessary to provide the density as determined by the TxDOT Test Method TEX-1 14-E, as shown in the following table: 1_,...._ _ _______-_-_,---- ---________H____. Description Density (%) jMoisture Content 1 r ______,J Non-swelling Soils Not less than 95 nor l (PI less and 20) more than 105 --� I Swelling Soils Not less than 95 nor Optimum plus(PI between 20 and 35) more than102 ___ I Swelling Soils Not less than 95 nor Optimum plus (PI Sreaterthan35) f more than_100 , ______ ..._...._ - ,..._ ,„ Engineered Fill Materials After subgrade preparation is complete, properly compacted Engineered Fill soils should be used to the raise the site to the Design Subgrade Elevations where engineered improvements are planned. Building Areas (Soil Supported Floor Slabs) - To achieve a PVR condition of approximately 1-inch for soil supported floor slabs at this site, excavation of the entire stratum of fat clay soils will be required. Based on the soil conditions encountered in the test borings completed for this geotechnical investigation, the fat clay soils were encountered to elevations ranging from approximately El 704Y2-feet to El 706%-feet (approximately 4 to 6 feet below the existing site grades). Excavation operations should be considered to include any appurtenances to the structures including porches, patios and stoops, and extending at least 5-feet beyond the perimeter of the foundations. RETL recommends that the entire fill mass placed to raise the building pad areas to the Design Subgrade Elevations consist of moisture conditioned, properly compacted Select Fill soils. 19 of 22 City of Round Rock PUBLIC LIBRARY&PARKING GARAGE August 14, 2020 Lampasas, Liberty,Austin&Sheppard Streets RETL Job No.: G317204Final2 Round Rock,Texas Select Fill - The Geotechnical Engineer shall approve Select Fill utilized at this site. Select fill material used at this site to raise the building pads to the design subgrade elevations shall consist of crushed limestone. Crushed limestone Select Fill shall meet the gradation and plasticity requirements set forth in Texas Department of Transportation (TxDOT) Standard Specifications 2014; Item 247, Type A, Grade 3 or better. Building Pad Areas (Structurally Suspended Floor Slabs) - In the proposed building pad areas, RETL recommends that no over-excavation of the upper soils be performed, except where required to lower the existing grade to achieve the Design Subgrade Elevation. Excavated on-site soils may be used as properly compacted General Fill to raise the grades as required. General Fill - On-site excavated soils free of organics and deleterious materials or imported off-site soils free of deleterious materials with plasticity indices similar to the on- site soils. A maximum particle size of 2-inches is recommended. Compaction Requirements Engineered Fill soils shall be placed in no greater than 8-inch thick loose lifts and shall be compacted to the following density: • Select Fill - at least 95-percent of the maximum dry density as determined by the TxDOT Test Method TEX-113-E. The moisture content of the Select Fill soils should be maintained between 1-percent below to 3- percent above the optimum moisture content. • General Fill - compacted to the extent necessary to provide the density as determined by the TxDOT Test Method TEX-1 14-E, as shown in the following table: _ _ Description Density (%) Moisture Content _ _ _ Non-swelling Soils Not less than 95 nor (PI less and 20) more than 105 --- Swelling Soils Not less than 95 nor Optimum plus PI between 20 and 35 more than 102 Swelling Soils Not less than 95 nor (PI greater than 35) i more than 100 Optimum plus 20 of 22 City of Round Rock PUBLIC LIBRARY&PARKING GARAGE August 14, 2020 Lampasas, Liberty,Austin&Sheppard Streets RETL Job No.: G317204Final2 Round Rock, Texas Earthwork and Foundation Acceptance Exposure to the environment may weaken the soils at the foundation bearing level if excavations remain open for long periods of time. Therefore, it is recommended that the foundation excavations be extended to the required grade and the foundations be constructed as soon as possible to minimize potential damage to the bearing soils. The foundation bearing level in the footings and drilled pier excavations should be free of loose or soft soil, ponded water or debris and should be observed prior to concreting by the Geotechnical Engineer, or his designated representative. Foundation concrete should not be placed on soils that have been disturbed by seepage. If the bearing soils are softened by water intrusion, the unsuitable soils must be removed from the foundation excavations and be replaced with properly compacted select fill prior to placement of concrete. Vapor Retarder A vapor retarder with a permeance of less than 0.3 US perms (ASTM E96) should be placed under the concrete floor slab on the ground to reduce the transmission of water vapor from the supporting soil through the concrete slab and to function as a slip sheet to reduce subgrade drag friction. Polyethylene film with a minimum thickness of 10 mils (0.25 mm) is typically used for reduced vapor transmission and durability during and after its installation. The vapor retarder should be installed according to ASTM E1643, "Standard Practice for Installation of Water Vapor Retarders Used in Contact with Earth or Granular Fill Under Concrete Slabs." Penetrations through the vapor retarder should be sealed to ensure its integrity. The vapor retarder should be taped around all openings to ensure the effectiveness of the barrier. Grade stakes should not be driven through the barrier and care should be taken to avoid punctures during reinforcement and concrete placement. Placement of slab concrete directly on the vapor retarder increases the risks of surface dusting, blistering and slab curling making good concrete practice critical. A low water to cement ratio concrete mix design combined with proper and adequate curing procedures will help ensure a good quality slab. Expansion Joints Expansion or control joints should be designed and placed in various portions of the structures. Properly planned placement of these joints will assist in controlling the degree and location of material cracking that normally occurs due to material shrinkage, thermal affects, soil movements and other related structural conditions. 21 of 22 City of Round Rock PUBLIC LIBRARY&PARKING GARAGE August 14, 2020 Lampasas, Liberty,Austin &Sheppard Streets RETL Job No.: G317204Final2 Round Rock,Texas GENERAL COMMENTS If significant changes are made in the character or location of the proposed project, a consultation should be arranged to review any changes with respect to the prevailing soil conditions. At that time, it may be necessary to submit supplementary recommendations. It is recommended that the services of RETL be engaged to test and evaluate the soils in the foundation excavations prior to concreting in order to verify that the bearing soils are consistent with those encountered in the test borings. RETL cannot accept any responsibility for any conditions that deviate from those described in this report, nor for the performance of the foundations if not engaged to also provide construction observation and testing. If it is required for RETL to accept any liability, then RETL must agree with the plans and perform such observation during construction as we recommend. Sheeting, shoring, and bracing of trenches, pits and excavations should be made the responsibility of the contractor and should comply with all current and applicable local, state and federal safety codes, regulations and practices, including the Occupational Safety and Health Administration. 22 of 22 APPENDIX `4 , 10 Pi t7 , 0 C O E ,Qt 114 0 E.AURSTIV AVE , s•t•Tx r.R+f t..sty —7?.,=.., , i4. al— „-,,,- „ Br.,1 . no -71 0 is * 4 ' * 1 I t. . .,;17,; 5.21 _____. .•,... ., *—. , NOUN)HULK PUBUC Lamm, ::, an o 1 ca I B-3 _:, .. t .. L , \zRnM► i�? MJ'LY2'.1t> t I ‘i PB-: , ..... -013-4 .,___,.; \>,,,,:\ , i \ * ' . 4 1 * .._ Fa. r- I I a to J 1 r1.7.J`NIT" IN...Li LLtii:'w 1! Z n��R Dx 7,,,t.v.-...1,..i',. �_..,..,,,.•,,.. ;.z�:.,.weir r:a r .aa.w+tit.• L E.LiIIEPT7 AVE q.i.►..aw�::';:ar-. ......] TEST BORING LOCATION PLAN NO SCALE—BORING LOCATIONS ARE APPROXIMATE City of Round Rock PUBLIC LIBRARY& PARKING GARAGE August 14, 2020 Lampasas, Liberty, Austin &Sheppard Streets RETL Job No.: G317204FinaI2 Round Rock, Texas ROCK ENGINEERING AND TESTING LABORATORY,INC.(TBPE FIRM NO.2101) 7 ROUNDVILLE LANE ROUND ROCK,TEXAS 78664 (512)284-8022 LOG OF BORING PB-1 SHEET 1 of 1 `�G T CLIENT: City of Round Rock `,,,I,, FS0 cT` Rock Engineering&Testing Laboratory, Inc. PROJECT: Public Library& Parking Garage (Site#2) �,,c,r ti„ 7 Roundville Lane � o Round Rock,Texas 78664 LOCATION: Lampasas Street- Round Rock, Texas e P'�` Telephone: (512)284-8022 °.9.R0 Fax: (512)284-7764 NUMBER: G317204 0 GO DATE(S) DRILLED: 3/27/2019- 3/27/2019 FIELD DATA LABORATORY DATA DRILLING METHOD(S): ATTERBERG Air Rotary z — LIMITS x w GROUNDWATER INFORMATION: w o w Groundwater was not encountered during drilling,nor measured in the borehole upon the cc w w �-. F= Z F) completion of the drilling operations. �- O E.._. F-iL w U J U U F--- FT') ti N ._ W W U) aa1-D D o 0n n W 5 W 0 u) z a ri 2 o o Y CD a a- n- } 2 z z SURFACE ELEVATION: ±711 Q -f DESCRIPTION OF STRATUM � o can a z�ra� � LL PL PI a d � � � - sE 7 29 FAT CLAY, dark brown, dry,firm. (CH) SH 3.25 30 81 26 55 87 Same as above, brown, slightly moist,verystiff. 2 5 - SH 4.25 24 Same as above, with calcareous material, hard. - 3 ————__ -.-— _ --- ____ __.- M ,�...._- ---- _ - SH 3.75 17 110 2.1 LEAN CLAY with sand, light brown,slightly moist, very stiff. 4 4.25 16 38 20 1 (CO10 SH 8 82 5 Same as above, hard. _ SS , A 15 -, 6 23 6 23 CLAYEY GRAVEL, light brown, dry, medium dense. (GC) e - SS 15 14 0 20 - 7 Same as above, moist. - _ SS -1- 25 - 8 A 50/0' LIMESTONE, fractured,gray, hard. Recovery= 100% and ROD=60, which indicates continuous, -CORE' 148 374 fair quality rock. I,- - 9 Same as above,fractured. 1 - 30 -- l-- I -CORE I_ - 10 Same as above, with clay shale seams. Recovery= 100%and RQD =88, which indicates continuous, I_ 35 - good quality rock. I - -CORE 154 651 LIMESTONE,9 Y ra , hard. 1- 40 Recovery= 100% and RQD =99, which indicates continuous, I- excellent quality rock. 1 -CORD" (_ 12 Same as above, with few shale seams. I I- 45 -- Recovery= 100% and RQD=87, which indicates continuous, H l - good quality rock. I- -CORE j 120 209 Same as above. -� 13 i, it - Recovery= 100% and RQD =55, which indicates continuous, 0 I 50 fair rock quality. , I - -CORE 161 774 1- 14 LIMESTONE, with fractures, gray, hard. 1 1_ - Recovery= 100% and ROD=88, which indicates continuous, z _ good quality rock. m I- -CORE 0 1 I' � 15 Same as above. cn I100%Recovery= and ROD =89, which indicates continuous, o - 60 - '\good quality rock. I Test boring was terminated at 60 feet. Q r C') 0 N z , i o N -STANDARD PENETRATION TEST RESISTANCE REMARKS: �� P- POCKET PENETROMETER RESISTANCE Test boring location determined by RETL,drilling operations performed by Austin o Geo-Logic,a subcontractor to RETL. T- POCKET TORVANE SHEAR STRENGTH 0 J LOG OF BORING PB2 SHEET 1 of 1 CLIENT: City of Round Rock ��¢\a rs Rock Engineering&Testing Laboratory, Inc. PROJECT: Public Library& ParkingGarage (Site#2) T'.y 7 Roundville Lane g �� ' 0 ®� Round Rock,Texas 78664 LOCATION: Lampasas Street- Round Rock, Texas 4eo� o¢P ° Telephone: (512)284-8022 NUMBER: G317204 Oro Gov,Q Fax: (512)284-7764 �y `� DATE(S) DRILLED: 3/27/2019- 3/27/2019 FIELD DATA LABORATORY DATA DRILLING METHOD(S): ATTERBERG Air Rotary z LIMITS ,._ x W GROUNDWATER INFORMATION: 0 w w Groundwater was not encountered during drilling,nor measured in the borehole upon the w F— z g completion of the drilling operations. w �, Z 1-- -- 1,---o -� D F- U (3 -� U - HCO 8 'D ° :-] r , am (7) N� F- ••_ w w 0Cn(nHn D 5 u) CO z w W U u) z (n I --1 J co cr) z 0 F-- 0 J a 2 d Z Cn -� CL 0 Z o O, u) L. a- a. } z D SURFACE ELEVATION: ±710'/� 0 w < w z a H � 2 LL PL PI a a. ° cco ° DESCRIPTION OF STRATUM op_ - s1s ►H 7 21 FAT CLAY,dark brown,dry,firm. (OH) SH 4.5+ 22 Same as above,brown, hard. SANDY LEAN LAY 5 - SS //100 —--_-_--- 1 6—, 49 � 18 31 -` 62 � C __—__.. , brown, slightly moist, stiff. (SC) ~ 3 3.0 17 SH Same as above,very stiff. 4 ~ 1.75 16 110 1. SH 4 Same as above, light brown. 10 - g ~ 5 4-_- = ss t15 6 ►�13 9 32 15 17 19 CLAYEY GRAVEL, light brown, slightly moist, medium dense. - (GC) SS pi 19 13 20 7 Same as above. 7. _, 25 8S 020 17 Same as above,wet. 4- II 1- 30 ~ 9s ��50/1" LIMESTONE,with few fractures and shale seams, gray, hard. 9 Y, [ - Recovery= 100%and ROD = 98 which indicates continuous, 1 -COR I - 10 excellent rock quality. r- I - 35 ~ Same as above. ( t- -CORD _ 156 446 Recovery= 100°/0 and ROD _62 which indicates continuous, [ ['_ 11 fair rock quality. [~ 40 LIMESTONE, fractured with shale seams, gray, hard. 9 Y I- -COR:I Recovery= 100%and ROD=54 which indicates continuous, N I- 12 fair rock quality. a I 45 - �- I- -, Same as above,with few fractures. 0 9 r --COR•• 139 412 Recovery= 100%and ROD =69 which indicates continuous, w r , 13 fair rock quality. I- 50 o. I Same as above. I,- --COR1 Recovery= 100%and ROD=64 which indicates continuous, o 1 14 fair rock quality. r _ I Z [ Ir 55 - LIMESTONE,fractured with shale seams, gray, hard. O i I� -CORD Recovery= 100% and ROD =55 which indicates continuous, o I r 15 fair rock quality. o r___L 60 Test boringwas terminated at 60 feet. 0 N ti r M N z z - N - STANDARD PENETRATION TEST RESISTANCE REMARKS: P - POCKET PENETROMETER RESISTANCE Test boring location determined by RETL,drilling operations performed by Austin o` Geo-Logic,a subcontractor to RETL. (0 T- POCKET TORVANE SHEAR STRENGTH 0 J LOG OF BORING PB-3 SHEET 1 of 1 G CLIENT: City of Round Rock ��`�� rFs Rock Engineering&Testing Laboratory, Inc. PROJECT: Public Library& ParkingGarage (Site#2) T, 7 Roundville Lane g (c ' OC St,�� Round Rock,Texas 78664 LOCATION: Lampasas Street- Round Rock, Texas cl eo �Pi Telephone: (512)284-8022 NUMBER: G317204 9gTo Goo- Fax: (512)284-7764 �y 0 DATE(S) DRILLED: 3/27/2019 - 3/27/2019 FIELD DATA LABORATORY DATA DRILLING METHOD(S): ATTERBERG - Air Rotary z LIMITS x w GROUNDWATER INFORMATION: z z W > 0 w ❑ W Groundwater was not encountered during drilling,nor measured in the borehole upon the LU w C 1-- 1--- z (7, completion of the drilling operations. CO �� °° ° -f H } L > o ❑ -L o F- -J U U I-- ❑ u_ cv >_ P. w W ccaaFD n a F. z0Wo � O I- Cl - °Z Z w 0 0 o Ct g "1 Z Cl-a W Z D SURFACE ELEVATION: ±712 o+ 2 moo 0,, o > n 2 z w a 0 ccnn z �: CC 2 LL PL PI a ° ° cc t I- 0 - DESCRIPTION OF STRATUM ;Fp_ Ss w.2 36 79 25 54 89 FAT CLAY,dark brown,dry,soft. (CH) sH 1.5 6 Same as above, stiff. 0,1 -� 2 5 -, 5H 3.0 30 Same as above, brown,very stiff. 3 -: 5H 3.25 22 46 21 25 101 1.6 66 SANDY LEAN CLAY, light brown, moist,very stiff. (CL) 4 No 10 Ss `i 12 17 Same as above,stiff. 5 .r 15 - 6 ff ► 42 40 CLAYEY GRAVEL, light brown, dry,dense. GC �/�, 9 rY � ) 4Q; - . 1- 20 : 7 ��50/2 LIMESTONE,with shale seams and a few fractures gray, y, f - - hard. l� ORS 162 642 Recovery= 100% and ROD=84, which indicates continuous, 1- good quality rock. 25 - I - --CORM 1- H 9 Same as above,fractured. ` - Recovery= 100% and ROD =73,which indicates continuous, f= 30 _ fair quality rock. 1-- -�COR LIMESTONE,with fractures and shale seams ra hard. 10 , g y, I 1 35 Recovery= 100% and ROD =92,which indicates continuous, excellent quality rock. 1 r -�COR Z 1- - 11 Same as above, fractured. fil Recovery= 100% and RQD =36,which indicates continuous, 40 - oor ua it roc r .� p g I I y k. l -rCOR: o 1 - - 12 165 875 Same as above. r-. 1 - - Recovery= 100% and ROD =74,which indicates continuous, I-- 45 - fair quality rock. c°9 l� -�C O R LIMESTONE, with fractures and shale seams, 13gray, hard. Y' I- Recovery= 100%and RQD = 17,which indicates continuous, 0 1 50 very poor quality rock. a 1 l.- --C O R.. 14 Same as above. o r 1� - Recovery= 100% and ROD =83,which indicates continuous, lr 55 _ good quality rock. o 1 r r -coRz 1 - 15 Same as above. o' L 60 _ Recovery= 100%and ROD =73,which indicates continuous, o fair quality rock. I Test boring was terminated at 60 feet. ti 0 N 0 z o N - STANDARD PENETRATION TEST RESISTANCEco REMARKS: P - POCKET PENETROMETER RESISTANCE Test boring location determined by RETL,drilling operations performed by Austin Li- o Geo-Logic,a subcontractor to RETL. o T- POCKET TORVANE SHEAR STRENGTH 0 9 LOG OF BORING PB-4 SHEET 1 of 1 , T CLIENT: City of Round Rock ` 1' cf Fsr Rock Engineering&Testing Laboratory, Inc. PROJECT: Public Library& Parking Garage (Site#2) A 'y� 7 Roundville Lane I OC o Round Rock,Texas 78664 LOCATION: Lampasas Street- Round Rock, Texas 47 Leo Q°e,Q Fax:Telephone:512 284 77644-8022 NUMBER: G317204 �i- DATE(S) DRILLED: 3/27/2019 - 3/27/2019 FIELD DATA LABORATORY DATA DRILLING METHOD(S): - -ATTERBERG Jr Rotary z -- LIMITS 0 0 - o H W W GROUNDWATER INFORMATION: irg}0 w 0 > Groundwater was not encountered during drilling,nor measured in the borehole upon the Lii w w w F— F= z g completion of the drilling operations. z L- _1 D H OU d _2 J 1-- >- Li- > F- N mf__ t� W 1 W --1- 0 U H 3 C1) _ W W C.'? }-iii D D 5 0 z L1J 0 w z cn --� � � �� Z° F-- CJ � � o gaz � �a - Q °o o Y H C o el } fi Z z D SURFACE ELEVATION: ±711 m H H a U ° o co cc z a a° LL PL PI o a. ° ccc ° DESCRIPTION OF STRATUM r �s - 1 3 26 FAT CLAY with sand, dark brown, dry, soft. (CH) SH 3.25 29 80 23 57 79 Same as above, very stiff. r _ 2 5 SH 2.25 27 Same as above. 3 - SS 30 12 50 17 33 14 CLAYEY GRAVEL, light brown, dry, medium dense. (GC) 4 '.; 1 a - 5S Z26 6 Same as above. t - 0 _ - ss 29 7 15 6 Same as above. ss 20 7 31 9 SANDY LEAN CLAY, light brown, dry, hard. (CL) ss 1-. 25 - 8 50/0" LIMESTONE, light brown, hard. I I -CORE I - ., g 150 286 LIMESTONE,fractured with shale seams, gray, hard. I I- 30 - Recovery= 100% and RQD=54,which indicates continuous, I- - fair quality rock. I - -CORE I C- - 10 Same as above,with few fractures. Recovery 100% and ROD 93,which indicates continuous, I �� 35 - excellent quality rock. 1- -CORD 1 , - 11 Same as above. Recovery= 100%and RQD=79,which indicates continuous, 1 I� 40 - - good quality rock. N I I� -CORD 152 544 LIMESTONE,with few fractures and shale seams, gray, hard. I L -1 Recovery= 100% and RQD=86, which indicates continuous, o I - 45 �' good quality rock. _j I I- -COR Same as above,fractured. Lu I I- 50 - Recovery= 100% and ROD=54,which indicates continuous, o I- fair quality rock.I r -CORE I,- - 14 Same as above. 0 H 55 I - Recovery= 100% and ROD =47,which indicates continuous, I poor quality rock. o 1, -CORE I - - 15 LIMESTONE,fractured with shale seams, gray, hard. ° 1 Ir - Recovery= 100% and RQD =70,which indicates continuous, o 60 - fair quality rock. J 0 Test boring was terminated at 60 feet. N ti r-- C7 3 N 3 Z REMARKS: 0 N - STANDARD PENETRATION TEST RESISTANCE 0 coTest boring location determined by RETL,drilling operations performed by Austin o' P - POCKET PENETROMETER RESISTANCE Geo-Logic,a subcontractor to RETL. 0` T- POCKET TORVANE SHEAR STRENGTH 0 2 LOG OF BORING B-I SHEET 1 of 1 `aG T CLIENT: City of Round Rock `AO' FsT Rock Engineering&Testing Laboratory, Inc. PROJECT: Public Library& Parking Garage (Site#2) �aG ' 7 Roundville Lane �® OC ...04,QRound Rock,Texas 78664LOCATION: Lampasas Street- Round Rock, Texas LeoaP� Telephone: (512)284-8022 NUMBER: G317204 9,QTo Go Fax: (512)284-7764 ,-r `Nk DATE(S) DRILLED: 1/9/2020 - 1/9/2020 FIELD DATA LABORATORY DATA DRILLING METHOD(S): ATTERBERG Hollow Stem Auger/Air Rotary z LIMITS I7 x w GROUNDWATER INFORMATION: }0z z p w Groundwater was not encountered during drilling,nor measured in the borehole upon the w w w ~ ~ z completion of the drilling operations. co >0 Z -- H w O 0 -- D H t�i_ W W --- U U �- j tL N t— ( O •_ w W aQH? D 5 Cl) Q� Z cn w CJ Co z 0 = J -J Up� Z 0 t-- C3 ! ❑ ❑ or Z in to a a- a. m 0 0 ci o _ J a- a- } , z SURFACE ELEVATION: ±711 u o < ccn z a: i c LL PL PI a a_ ° o ° -f DESCRIPTION OF STRATUM _ S-1 ,,pi 4.5+ 25 92 32 60 82 FAT CLAY with SAND, dark brown, hard, dry. (CH) / - SH !p= P=45+~ S-222 Same as above. Swell = 13.4%. 5 - 5HP=45+ 11 -- —- Same as above,with limestone fragments. N=40 9 40 16 24- S-3 SANDY LEAN CLAY,with limestone fragments, light brown, SSN=33 10 hard,dry. (CL) S-4 _———— __— _- • - SS ZN=42 9 28 14 14 38 -1 Same as above. 10 ~ - S-5 CLAYEY SS SAND,with limestone fragments, light brown, -/-, 7- 9 � 9hard, - S-6 dry. (SC) D - - SS X N= 18 2 POORLY GRADED GRAVEL, with clay seams, light brown, °ty 15 s-7 medium dense, dry. (GP) DO _ _ 9. _ SS N=6,50/1" 17 38 16 22 21 CLAYEY GRAVEL,with cobbles, light brown,very stiff, slightly ��� 20 _ s-8moist. (GC) '..0 _ L 25 _ S 9 N=50/0" 4 LIMESTONE, light gray, hard. L I Same as above,fractured with shale seams, light gray. - RC REC=100 Recovery= 100%, and RQD =48, which indicates continuous, I II 151 273 -S-10 RQD=48 poor quality rock. 1y 30 _ .� ~ Same as above. I: ~ RC REC=98 Recovery=98%, and ROD =20, which indicates continuous, - s-11 RQD=20 very poor quality rock. I- ~ 156 765 i - 35 — RC 156 729LIMESTONE,with shale seams, light gray, hard. - _ REC=100 Recovery /°100 , and ROD 36, which indicates continuous, 1 I- -, S 12 RQD=36 poor quality rock. 40 I,- .� I - Same as above. N 1 I. S 3 REC=100 122 186 Recovery= 100%, and ROD =32,which indicates continuous, M 1- - RQD=32 poor quality rock. [ - 45 -i o I- Same as above. O I - RC REC=100 Recovery= 100%, and RQD = 81,which indicates continuous, wI- - S-14 RQD=81 125 171 good quality rock. O 1 - LIMESTONE,with shale seams, light gray, hard. - RC REC= 100 144 413 Recovery= 100%, and RQD = 38,which indicates continuous, I I`� - S-15 c_DRQD=38 poor quality rock. o , z 55 ~ J Test Boring was terminated at a depth of 55-feet. 0 m 0 Cn 0 0 J 0 N T 0 N Z .�_... I N - STANDARD PENETRATION TEST RESISTANCE iT REMARKS: Test boring location determined by RLG,drilling operations performed by Austin �I P- POCKET PENETROMETER RESISTANCE p Geo-Logic,a subcontractor to RETL. 0' T- POCKET TORVANE SHEAR STRENGTH 0 LOG OF BORING B-2 SHEET 1 of 1 G CLIENT: City of Round Rock ti�9`�a r4's Rock Engineering&Testing Laboratory, Inc. PROJECT: Public Library& Parking Garage (Site#2) �'c' l'OC .y„ 7 Roundville Lane -�� ®o Round Rock,Texas 78664 LOCATION: Lampasas StreetRound Rock, Texas 4eo� co Fax: Telephone:12 (4 77fi4512) 4-8022 NUMBER: G317204 qT Fax (5 12)28 oRr aoo DATES) DRILLED: 1/9/2020 - 1/10/2020 FIELD DATA LABORATORY DATA DRILLING METHOD(S): ATTERBERG Hollow Stem Auger/Air Rotary z — LIMITS 0 — - GROUNDWATER INFORMATION: z z HW 5.-- W 0 w p > Groundwater was not encountered during drilling,nor measured in the borehole upon the Lu cc w w G ~ ~ z completion of the drilling operations. Z H - _, ano 0 0 -' _r H W O mD , U_ w W -� U U _ N cn = Lij -' �' z Q a a w cc ` n. 2 2 moo ori) >- D cc o Z SURFACE ELEVATION: ±711 ° a < u z o IL cc 2 LL PL PI a ° ° cc DESCRIPTION OF STRATUM j SH IP =4.5+ 27 FAT CLAY with SAND,dark brown, hard, dry. (CH) = S-1 SH p=4.5+ 17 82 24 58 78 Same as above. S-2 or5 - SS Z N=37 16 Same as above. 0- - S-3 SS N=41 12 41 13 28 61 SANDY LEAN CLAY,with limestone fragments, light brown, S-4 _ hard, dry. (CL) SS N=42 9 10 - Same as above. S-5 SS _ N 23 14 40 17 23 66 Same as above. 15 - S_6 � - ,//‘-'- _ SS X N=48 7 POORLY GRADED SAND,with clay seams, light brown, 20 S-7 - dense, dry. (SP) - ss N=50/2" 6 LIMESTONE,gray, hard. 11 25 S 8 - - Same as above,fractured with shale seams, light gray. I- - RC REC=95 Recovery=95%, and ROD=0,which indicates continuous, i- - S-9 RQD=0 very poor quality rock. ~ 30 ~� r~ , Same as above. I - RC REC=100 Recovery= 100%, and ROD =8,which indicates continuous, - I I'_ -s-10 RQD=8 very poor quality rock. 1- 35 — - LIMESTONE,with shale seams, light gray, hard. I - RC REC= 100 Recovery= 100%,and ROD =25, which indicates continuous, I I-- - S-11 RQD=25 150 293 very poor quality rock. _ 40 - I-- -. Same as above. i ~ - RC REC=100 M Recovery= 100%,and RQD =37,which indicates continuous, N 5-12 RQD=37 113 133 poor quality rock. 45 - Same as above. 8 I C --� RC REC= 100 Recovery= 100%, and ROD =37,which indicates continuous, S-13 w I- RQD=37 122 212 poor quality rock. 50 o LIMESTONE,with shale seams, light gray, hard. I l- RC REC= 100 121 144 Recovery= 100%,and ROD =65, which indicates continuous, 0 / -- s-14 RQD=65 fair quality rock. o I- 55 Ec- Test Boring was terminated at a depth of 55-feet. 0 m U. 0 cri 0 n N ijM N o REMARKS: N - STANDARD PENETRATION TEST RESISTANCE Test boring location determined by RLG,drilling operations performed by Austin o P - POCKET PENETROMETER RESISTANCE Gee—Logic,a subcontractor to RETL. o T- POCKET TORVANE SHEAR STRENGTH 0 LOG OF BORING B-3 SHEET 1 of 1 `�G T CLIENT: City of Round Rock ���e. Fsr� Rock Engineering&Testing Laboratory, Inc. PROJECT: Public Library& Parking Garage (Site #2) 7 Roundville Lane �� ' C �V Round Rock,Texas 78664 LOCATION: Lampasas Street- Round Rock, Texas �q 0 - o 4Q Telephone: (512)284-8022 NUMBER: G317204 9gro Go1Q° Fax: (512)284-7764 R` �� DATE(S) DRILLED: 1/13/2020- 1/13/2020 FIELD DATA LABORATORY DATA DRILLING METHOD(S): ATTERBERG Hollow Stem Auger/Air Rotary z — _LIMITS ,._., X W GROUNDWATER INFORMATION: z zw 3-0 w 0 W Groundwater was not encountered during drilling,nor measured in the borehole upon the w w w f---- I-- z in completion of the drilling operations. z I— _1 O _� —1 } L. O 0 l~i.tt,-_ V�- W --1 0 0 i- _ L N } W W up'° j D 0 Z 5 w a 0 ci) � 2 � O Z Z Z O � 0 �1 5 � z Q.. � C(3 � a_ 2 J 0 o U, - a- a- } _ w z SURFACE ELEVATION: ±712 co o cc can z a: L a° LL PL PI a ° ° ccoo ° -- DESCRIPTION OF STRATUM s ►1 N=8 31 SANDY FAT CLAY,dark brown,stiff, dry. (OH) SS El N=19 22 85 28 57 67 Same as above,very stiff. S-2 a 5 SS ►/N=13 24 Same as above,stiff. S-3 SS �4 N=13 16 43 14 29 68 SANDY LEAN CLAY,with limestone fragments, light brown, ■ S-4 stiff,slightly moist. (CL) 10 SS ��N=21 17 i Same as above,very stiff. S-5 4: 15 S-6 1t N=22 11 61 18 43 23 CLAYEY GRAVEL, light brown,very stiff,dry. (GC) _ __ _ _ :ioik #!, • 20 S 7 II N=15, 11 _ 31 _ Same as above, hard,wet. LIMESTONE, fossilliferous with shale seams, light gray, hard. RC REC=92 146 88 Recovery=92%, and RQD =92, which indicates continuous, L S-8 RQD=92 excellent quality rock. 1^ 25 1 Same as above. l- S g REC=100 151 235 Recovery= 100%, and RQD = 97,which indicates continuous, RQD=97 excellent quality rock. 1- 30 �. 152 274 Same as above. 1 RC REC=100 Recovery= 100%,and RQD =87, which indicates continuous, l'- s-10 1 RQD=87 good quality rock. 1:- 35 1 - LIMESTONE,with shale seams, light gray, hard. 1 ►- RC I REC=100 148 272 Recovery= 100%,and RQD= 100, which indicates continuous, S-11 RQD=100 excellent quality rock. 1"- 40 Same as above. I~ RC I REC=99 133 337 Recovery=99%, and ROD = 77,which indicates continuous, : o' T 1 I� S-12 - RQD=77 good quality rock. o- { 1 45� 115 160 Same as above. 1 l; S 3 REC= 100 Recovery= 100`)/0,and ROD = 77, which indicates continuous, 1L RQD=77 good quality rock. I `- 50 Y o 1` LIMESTONE,with shale seams, light gray, hard. I RC REC= 100 Recovery= 100%, and ROD = 100,which indicates continuous, 1- S-14 138 362 0 I - RQD=100 excellent quality rock. 0_ 55 �� Test Boring was terminated at a depth of 55-feet. 0 co LL 0 up 0 0 J O N ti M 0 Z O N STANDARD PENETRATION TEST RESISTANCE REMARKS: 0 - 0°i Test boring location determined by RLG,drilling operations performed by Austin o1 P- POCKET PENETROMETER RESISTANCE Geo-Logic,a subcontractor to RETL. 0 T- POCKET TORVANE SHEAR STRENGTH LOG OF BORING B-4 SHEET 1 of 1 \�G r CLIENT: City of Round Rock G\�,,.9 FS�� Rock Engineering&Testing Laboratory, Inc. PROJECT: Public Library& Parking Garage (Site #2) �,, y• OC v 7 Roundville Lane �® Round Rock,Texas 78664 LOCATION: Lampasas Street- Round Rock, Texas eo , Telephone: (512)284-8022 NUMBER: G317204 �qTo Gong Fax: (512)284-7764 �r �� DATE(S) DRILLED: 1/11/2020- 1/11/2020 FIELD DATA LABORATORY DATA DRILLING METHOD(S): ATTE RRE RG Hollow Stem Auger/Air Rotary z — LIMITS 0 ., Q - W w GROUNDWATER INFORMATION: z }(3 w w Groundwater was encountered at 25-feet during drilling. w w w z F- ~ _ v) co w o -1 p 0 H } u S m --- H L L w E' J _o 0 H (n LL N �" Z ti 0 0 CC LU ❑ F- H w U 0 _ w w 0in1QZD ❑ ❑ Z Q ,Lu o O 0 L o o o W o c o a , W Z D SURFACE ELEVATION: ±711 m1-'7Eo O H O Z w o < \cc/zoa _ce 2 LL PL PI o ° ° c~n I- -- DESCRIPTION OF STRATUM :,' - 5H P=4.5 —- !AV_EMENT, 3-inches Concrete over 6-inches Base Material. s-1 23 64 27 37 75 if. 'wit 11 I, ear crown, are,s ig t y moist. - SH P=4.5 21 Same as above,dry. 5 - Ss N=26 14 53 18 35 58 SANDY FAT CLAY, with limestone fragments, dark reddish / S-3 ZN=20 13 _ __ w_. brown,very stiff,dry. (CH) SS SANDY LEAN CLAY,with limestone fragments, brown,very 10 - SS X N=21 16 40 16 24 62 stiff,dry. (CL) - S-5 Same as above, light brown. SS x N=9 15 Same as above, stiff. 15 - s6 d SS i a S_7 N=25 6 26 POORLY GRADED GRAVEL,with clay seams, light brown, ° 20 medium dense,dry. (GP) o , DO - / 25 7" S 8 N= 19 1r 11 _SANDY LEAN CLAY, light brown,very stiff, dry.(CL) ss z N=50/y2.# 8 LIMESTONE,with shale seams,gray, hard. S9 I I 30 - 151 392 Same as above. I - RC REC=100 Recovery= 100`)/0, and ROD =40,which indicates continuous, I I -S-10 RQD=40 poor quality rock. I 35 -- Same as above. - RC REC=100 147 96 Recovery= 100%,and ROD =40, which indicates continuous, I I _ S-11 RQD=40 poor quality rock. I I 40 : — LIMESTONE,with shale seams, light gray, hard. - RC REC=100 139 405 Recovery= 100%,and ROD =39,which indicates continuous, N I -S-12 M I RQD=39 poor quality rock. 0 H I 45 - Same as above. O I I - RC REC=100 Recovery= 100%,and ROD =82,which indicates continuous, ai I -S-13 RQD=82 136 372 good quality rock. 1 1 50 -� Same as above. 0 - e I RC REC=100 118 107 Recovery= 100%, and ROD =91,which indicates continuous, c - S-14 RQD=91 excellent quality rock. 55 z I -— gray,9 9 y,LIMESTONE, with shale seams, light hard. O I ] -- RC REC= 100 131 189 Recovery= 100%, and ROD =51,which indicates continuous, coo I - s-15 ROD=51 fair quality rock. I O I 60 �-- Same as above, with chert lenses. 0 [ I - RC REC= 100 Recovery= 100%,and RQD =68,which indicates continuous, I ^ S-16 116 250 RQD=68 fair quality rock. i 65 Test Boringwas terminated at a depthof 65-feet.n f t. 0 z O N - STANDARD PENETRATION TEST RESISTANCE REMARKS: P - POCKET PENETROMETER RESISTANCE Test boring location determined by RLG,drilling operations performed by Austin p Geo-Logic,a subcontractor to RETL. cD' T- POCKET TORVANE SHEAR STRENGTH 0 2 LOG OF BORING B-5 SHEET 1 of 1 G CLIENT: City of Round Rock yet TFs Rock Engineering&Testing Laboratory, Inc. PROJECT: Public Library& Parking Garage (Site#2) ,c,` r'., 7 Roundville Lane - t� I OC Round Rock,Texas 78664 LOCATION: Lampasas Street Round Rock, Texas .,tea _ ea ��' Telephone: (512)284-8022 NUMBER: G317204 R41. GO Fax: (512)284-7764 �r DATE(S) DRILLED: 1/13/2020- 1/13/2020 FIELD DATA LABORATORY DATA DRILLING METHOD(S): 1 I ATTERBERG Hollow Stem Auger'Air Rotary z — LIMITS _-, 0 0 < - W W GROUNDWATER INFORMATION: 5--0 w O w Groundwater was not encountered during drilling_nor measured in the borehole upon the w w in i-- H z ( completion of the drilling operations. Z h� - -acj, E m O0 .0 - --_ H Y L: > o „i-1-Li. 0>. U , 0 _U E-- N. cx .� u1 w rn cn,- z C W urn z p p fY a 2 _,o o 0 6 _ -, a Q J y n 2 W z SURFACE ELEVATION: ±711 °° a cc cc z a w LL PL PI a ° ° c ° -S DESCRIPTION OF STRATUM �'191 , SH s-1 P=3.75 28 FAT CLAY with SAND,dark brown,very stiff, dry. (CH) SH P=4.5+ 19 86 29 57 83 Same as above, hard. Z - S-2 5 - SS � N=30 16 LEAN CLAY with SAND,with limestone fragments, brown, _ - s-3 very stiff, dry. (CL) SS X N=24 13 48 18 30 71 S-4 Same as above. 10 ss Z N=35 12 Same as above,hard. S-5 ./. _ _, ss iiirr _...__. _ N.21 15 38 18 20 36 CLAYEY SAND, with limestone fragments, light brown,very : 15 S-6 stiff,dry. (SC) SS A N=31 8 35 Same as above,hard. . 20 S-7 A j SS A N=50/0" 9 LIMESTONE, gray, hard. I 25 - S-8 Same as above,fractured with shale seams. I - RC REC=93 Recovery=93%, and ROD =28, which indicates continuous, I I I -, s-9 RQD=28 poor quality rock. 1 30 Same as above, light gray. 1 - i RCREC=100 149 241 Recovery= 100%,and ROD=60,which indicates continuous, I - RQD=60 fair quality rock. lI35 1 - LIMESTONE, with shale seams, light gray, hard. RC REC=98 163 657 Recovery= 98%,and ROD =47, which indicates continuous, - 5-11 1 ROD=47 poor quality rock. 40 147 251 Same as above. RC REC= 100 Recovery= 100%,and RQD=42,which indicates continuous, 1cpi - S-12 RQD=42 poor quality rock. 45 — o j --- 107 83 Same as above. cD 1- - RC REC=100 Recovery= 100%, and ROD=35,which indicates continuous, WI 1 s 13 RQD=35 poor quality rock. o I 50 - LIMESTONE,with shale seams, light gray, hard. e 1 - S 4 REC= 100 133 211 Recovery= 100%, and RQD=49,which indicates continuous, I RQD=49 poor quality rock. 0 55 E I j 142 271 Same as above. I - RC REC= 100 Recovery= 100%,and RQD =30,which indicates continuous, 0 1 I _ S-15 RQD=30 poor quality rock. o I 1 60 Same as above,with chert lenses. o-h. I 1 J �6 REC=100 149 793 Recovery= 100%,and ROD = 37, which indicates continuous, N RQD=37 poor quality rock. • r 65 - , �, Test Boring was terminated at a depth of 65-feet. o REMARKS: N - STANDARD PENETRATION TEST RESISTANCE �� P- POCKET PENETROMETER RESISTANCE Test boring location determined by RLG,drilling operations performed by Austin p Geo-Logic,a subcontractor to RETL. 0' T- POCKET TORVANE SHEAR STRENGTH 0 2 LOG OF BORING 8-6 SHEET 1 of 1 G $ CLIENT: City of Round Rock ti��`,„ rFs Rock Engineering&Testing Laboratory, Inc. PROJECT: Public Library& Parking Garage (Site#2) ��c' T,4,0 7 Roundville Lane - tq OC �a Round Rock,Texas 78664 LOCATION: Lampasas Street Round Rock,Texas eo �P Telephone: (512)284-8022 NUMBER: G317204 �qro oR*9 Fax: (512)284-7764 Ry `�G DATE(S) DRILLED: 1/12/2020- 1/12/2020 FIELD DATA LABORATORY DATA DRILLING METHOD(S): ATTERBERG Hollow Stem Auger/Air Rotary 0 o LIMITS — W W GROUNDWATER INFORMATION: z }0 z ❑ > Groundwater was not encountered during drilling,nor measured in the borehole upon the w wcc x 55 I— i-- z completion of the drilling operations. z .� g > °y 0 _2 ram_— > i j a --� H L LL W , w J 0 0 H- D mn LL H. N LL Z mn 0O�Q ce 10 F- F'- u) 2 10 f- 0 O } W w CI) to[0}-- D D 5 U) [Qn Z u) W u) z u) = Q_ __ )Z Z Q F._ C� Q �l a5, E z [!) , I__ a- 2 Joo0Y0 n- or } = 2 z SURFACE ELEVATION: ±712 n I-� w O o [ z a a_ cc 2 LL PL PI o a- S cn ° - DESCRIPTION OF STRATUM r, sii S-1 P=4.5 21 93 28 65 76 FAT CLAY with SAND, dark brown, hard,dry. (CH) - SH P=4.5 21 Same as above. - S-2 5 SH P=4.5 20 86 26 60 82 Same as above. Swell =6.7%. S-3- N=21 15 SANDY LEAN CLAY,with limestone fragments, brown,very Ss 9 S-4 stiff, dry. (CL) ssXN22 15 40 18 22 60_ Same as above. 10 _, S-5 A - o - 15 S 6 N- 19 10 24 POORLY GRADED GRAVEL,with clay seams, light brown, _ medium dense, dry. (GP) o _ 3O _ - l - SS I'- 20 s-7 N=501,6' 15 LIMESTONE,with shale seams,gray, hard. - Same as above,fractured with shale seams. I` - RC REC=100 Recovery= 100%, and RQD =69, which indicates continuous, - - S-8 8 I' RQD=69 151 135 fair quality rock. I - .� I- 25 --a Same as above,light gray. 1 -i RC REC=97 149 202 Recovery=97%, and ROD =53,which indicates continuous, 1- S-g RQD=53 fair quality rock. r 30 155 236 LIMESTONE,with shale seams, light gray, hard. l,- RC REC=100 Recovery= 100%, and ROD =24, which indicates continuous, S-10 I_ - RQD=24 very poor quality rock. [ - 35 - — I.- Same as above. _l�,- - RC REC=97 Recovery=97`)/0, and ROD =29, which indicates continuous, ` - S-11 RQD=29 164 757 poor quality rock. I 40_ _ Same as above. N I l- RC REC= 100 151 465 Recovery= 100%,and ROD=74, which indicates continuous, M I- - S-12- - RQD=74 fair quality rock. D. — ►-• I I- 45 - LIMESTONE,with shale seams, light gray, hard. 9 9 Y ° H I135 517 Recovery= 95%, and ROD =53, which indicates continuous, c? I'_ RC 1 REC=95 w I_ _ RQD=53 fair quality rock. o I 50 Same as above. 1- - RC REC=98 115 150 Recovery=98%, and ROD =85, which indicates continuous, I-- - S-14 RQD=85 good quality rock. z I ,_ ar I- 55 137 290 Same as above. o rn I r» - RC REC= 100 Recovery= 100%,and RQD =20,which indicates continuous, o I _ y S-15 ROD=20 very poor quality rock. o 11. 60 - LIMESTONE with chert lenses, light gray, hard. _> 9 9 Y, 0 I r - RC REC= 100 117 154 Recovery= 100%,and ROD =62, which indicates continuous, N I -5-16 RQD=62 fair quality rock. 8 I 65 - - c, Test Boring was terminated at a depth of 65-feet. (▪, N -STANDARD PENETRATION TEST RESISTANCE REMARKS: 0 �� P- POCKET PENETROMETER RESISTANCE Test boring location determined by RLG,drilling operations performed by Austin o Geo-Logic,a subcontractor to RETL. o' T- POCKET TORVANE SHEAR STRENGTH 9, ��,aG 4 1,� Rock Engineering&Testing Laboratory �‹ sT� 7 Roundville Lane Round Rock,TX 78664 liN 1 �'� Engineering Testing Telephone: 512-284-8022 t„, o Laboratory, Inc. eOC ov.P.4 Fax: 512-284-7764 Ry ��sG KEY TO SOIL CLASSIFICATION AND SYMBOLS UNIFIED SOIL CLASSIFICATION SYSTEM TERMS CHARACTERIZING SOIL MAJOR DIVISIONS SYMBOL NAME STRUCTURE s'Si GW Well Graded Gravels or Gravel-Sand mixtures, SLICKENSIDED-having inclined planes of 0: ®® little or no fines weakness that are slick and glossy in n') appearance GRAVEL G P 3)o �° Poorly Graded Gravels or Gravel-Sand mixtures, AND pC little or no fines FISSURED-containing shrinkage cracks, GRAVELLY b frequently filled with fine sand or silt; usually SOILS GM . Silty Gravels, Gravel-Sand-Silt mixtures more or less vertical ) C LAMINATED(VARVED)-composed of thin layers of varying color and texture,usually grading from COARSE GC Clayey Gravels,Gravel-Sand-Clay Mixtures sand or silt at the bottom to clay at the top GRAINED ' . . . .4 SOILS •.*.*.*.' Well Graded Sands or Gravelly Sands,little or no CRUMBLY-cohesive soils which break into small SW :':•:' fines blocks or crumbs on drying Poorly Graded Sands or Gravelly Sands, little or CALCAREOUS-containing appreciable quantities SAND SP .' no fines of calcium carbonate, generally nodular AND SANDY ; .•;. : WELL GRADED-having wide range in grain sizes SOILS SM .• ! Silty Sands,Sand-Silt Mixtures and substantial amounts of all intermediate particle sizes SC Clayey Sands,Sand-Clay mixtures POORLY GRADED-predominantly of one grain size uniformly graded)or having a range of sizes with some intermediate size missing(gap or skip ML Inorganic Silts and very fine Sands, Rock Flour, graded) Silty or Clayey fine Sands or Clayey Silts SILTS ,. In or anic Clay s of low to medium lastici AND g y • p �, SYMBOLS FOR TEST DATA CLAYS CL Gravelly Clays, Sandy Clays,Silty Clays,Lean LL<50 Clays — Groundwater Level _+' Organic Silts and Organic Silt-Clays of low - (Initial Reading) FINE OL — — plasticity GRAINED - v. - Groundwater Level SOILS MH Inorganic Silts, Micaceous or Diatomaceous fine (Final Reading) Sandy or Silty soils, Elastic Silts SILTS - Shelby Tube Sample AND CLAYS CH Inorganic Clays of high plasticity, Fat Clays LL>50 — SPT Samples OH �...`" Organic Clays of medium to high plasticity, Organic Silts i — Auger Sample ,Ci; �1; — HIGHLY ORGANIC SOILS PT '/ 0 r. ; Peat and other Highly Organic soils [II -- Rock Core TERMS DESCRIBING CONSISTENCY OF SOIL COARSE GRAINED SOILS FINE GRAINED SOILS DESCRIPTIVE NO. BLOWS/FT. DESCRIPTIVE NO. BLOWS/FT. UNCONFINED STANDARD PEN, STANDARD PEN. COMPRESSION TERM TEST TERM TEST TONS PER SQ. FT. Very Loose 0-4 Very Soft <2 <0.25 Loose 4-10 Soft 2-4 0.25-0.50 Medium 10-30 Firm 4-8 0.50-1.00 Dense 30-50 Stiff 8- 15 1.00-2.00 Very Dense over 50 Very Stiff 15-30 2.00-4.00 Hard over 30 over 4.00 Field Classification for"Consistency"is determined with a 0.25"diameter penetrometer City of Round Rock Public Library PGAL Round Rock,Texas 1003317 Issue for Construction December 08,2020 SECTION 011000 SUMMARY PART I -GENERAL 1.1 SUMMARY A. Section Includes: 1. Project information. 2. Work covered by Contract Documents. 3. Work by Owner. 4. Owner-furnished products. 5. Access to site. 6. Work restrictions. 7. Specification and Drawing conventions. 1.2 PROJECT INFORMATION A. Project Identification: City of Round Rock Public Library. 1. Project Location:200 East Liberty Avenue; Round Rock,Texas 78664. B. Owner: City of Round Rock. C. Architect: PGAL. D. Architect's Consultants: Architect has retained the following design professionals who have prepared designated portions of the Contract Documents: 1. Refer to Title Page. E. Other Owner Consultants: Owner has retained the following design professionals who have prepared designated portions of the Contract Documents: 1. Refer to Title Page. F. Web-Based Project Software: Project software administered by Architect will be used for purposes of managing communication and documents during the construction stage. 1. See Section 013100 "Project Management and Coordination." for requirements for using web-based Project software. 1.3 WORK COVERED BY CONTRACT DOCUMENTS A. The Work of Project is defined by the Contract Documents and consists of the following: 1. New three-story library and adjacent parking garage and other Work indicated in the Contract Documents. B. Type of Contract: 1. Project will be constructed under a single prime contract. 1.4 WORK BY OWNER A. General: Cooperate fully with Owner so work may be carried out smoothly, without interfering with or delaying work under this Contract or work by Owner. Coordinate the Work of this Contract with work performed by Owner. 1.5 OWNER-FURNISHED PRODUCTS A. Owner will furnish products indicated. . 1. Owner-Furnished Owner-Installed(OFOI)Products: a. Refer to Responsibility Matrix as scheduled in Drawings. B. Owner will furnish products indicated for Contractor to install. The Work includes receiving, unloading, handling, storing, protecting, and installing Owner-furnished products and making building services connections. 1. Owner-Furnished Contractor-Installed(OFCI) Products: a. Refer to Responsibility Matrix as scheduled in Drawings. SUMMARY 011000- 1 City of Round Rock Public Library PGAL Round Rock,Texas 1003317 Issue for Construction December 08,2020 1.6 ACCESS TO SITE A. General: Contractor shall have full use of Project site for construction operations during construction period. Contractor's use of Project site is limited only by Owner's right to perform work or to retain other contractors on portions of Project. B. Use of Site: Limit use of Project site to areas within the Contract limits indicated. Do not disturb portions of Project site beyond areas in which the Work is indicated. 1.7 WORK RESTRICTIONS A. Work Restrictions, General: Comply with restrictions on construction operations. 1. Comply with limitations on use of public streets and with other requirements of authorities having jurisdiction. B. Nonsmoking Building: Smoking is not permitted within the building or within 25 feet (8 m) of entrances, operable windows,or outdoor-air intakes. C. Restricted Substances: Use of tobacco products and other controlled substances on Project site is not permitted. 1.8 SPECIFICATION AND DRAWING CONVENTIONS A. Specification Content: The Specifications use certain conventions for the style of language and the intended meaning of certain terms, words, and phrases when used in particular situations. These conventions are as follows: 1. Imperative mood and streamlined language are generally used in the Specifications. The words "shall,""shall be,"or"shall comply with,"depending on the context, are implied where a colon (:) is used within a sentence or phrase. 2. Specification requirements are to be performed by Contractor unless specifically stated otherwise. B. Division 01 General Requirements: Requirements of Sections in Division 01 apply to the Work of all Sections in the Specifications. C. Drawing Coordination: Requirements for materials and products identified on Drawings are described in detail in the Specifications. One or more of the following are used on Drawings to identify materials and products: 1. Terminology: Materials and products are identified by the typical generic terms used in the individual Specifications Sections. 2. Abbreviations: Materials and products are identified by abbreviations published as part of the U.S. National CAD Standard and scheduled on Drawings. 3. Keynoting: Materials and products are identified by reference keynotes referencing Specification Section numbers found in this Project Manual. PART 2-PRODUCTS(NOT USED) PART 3-EXECUTION(NOT USED) END OF SECTION SUMMARY 011000-2 City of Round Rock Public Library PGAL Round Rock,Texas 1003317 Issue for Construction December 08,2020 SECTION 012100 ALLOWANCES PART 1 -GENERAL 1.1 SUMMARY A. Section includes administrative and procedural requirements governing allowances. B. Types of allowances include the following: 1. Lump-sum allowances. 1.2 DEFINITIONS A. Allowance is a quantity of work or dollar amount established in lieu of additional requirements, used to defer selection of actual materials and equipment to a later date when direction will be provided to Contractor. If necessary, additional requirements will be issued by Change Order. 1.3 SELECTION AND PURCHASE A. At the earliest practical date after award of the Contract, advise Architect of the date when final selection, or purchase and delivery, of each product or system described by an allowance must be completed by the Owner to avoid delaying the Work. B. At Architect's request, obtain proposals for each allowance for use in making final selections. Include recommendations that are relevant to performing the Work. C. Purchase products and systems selected by Architect from the designated supplier. 1.4 ACTION SUBMITTALS A. Submit proposals for purchase of products or systems included in allowances in the form specified for Change Orders. 1.5 INFORMATIONAL SUBMITTALS A. Submit invoices or delivery slips to show actual quantities of materials delivered to the site for use in fulfillment of each allowance. B. Submit time sheets and other documentation to show labor time and cost for installation of allowance items that include installation as part of the allowance. C. Coordinate and process submittals for allowance items in same manner as for other portions of the Work. 1.6 LUMP-SUM ALLOWANCES A. Allowances: All Allowances are to be included in TOTAL PROPOSED CONTRACT SUM on 003000 Proposal Form. General Contractors total proposed contract sum to include General Conditions, bond fee, and fee for allowance amount. The General Contractor's proposed schedule and actual construction schedule should include an estimated duration of days sufficient to cover work included for Allowances. Remaining Allowances at completion of construction are subject to a deductive change order from the contract amount to include General Contractor's general conditions, bond fee, and fee for unused Allowances. B. Allowance shall include cost to Contractor of specific products and materials ordered by Owner or selected by Architect under allowance and shall include taxes,freight, and delivery to Project site. C. Unless otherwise indicated, Contractor's costs for receiving and handling at Project site, labor, installation, overhead and profit, and similar costs related to products and materials ordered by Owner or selected by Architect under allowance shall be included as part of the Contract Sum and not part of the allowance. 1.7 ADJUSTMENT OF ALLOWANCES A. Allowance Adjustment: To adjust allowance amounts, prepare a Change Order proposal based on the difference between purchase amount and the allowance, multiplied by final measurement of work-in-place where applicable. If applicable, include reasonable allowances for cutting losses, tolerances, mixing wastes, normal product imperfections,and similar margins. 1. Include installation costs in purchase amount only where indicated as part of the allowance. ALLOWANCES 012100-1 City of Round Rock Public Library PGAL Round Rock,Texas 1003317 Issue for Construction December 08,2020 2. If requested, prepare explanation and documentation to substantiate distribution of overhead costs and other markups. B. Submit claims for increased costs because of a change in scope or nature of the allowance described in the Contract Documents, whether for the purchase order amount or Contractor's handling, labor, installation, overhead, and profit. 1. Do not include Contractor's or subcontractor's indirect expense in the Change Order cost amount unless it is clearly shown that the nature or extent of Work has changed from what could have been foreseen from information in the Contract Documents. 2. No change to Contractor's indirect expense is permitted for selection of higher- or lower-priced materials or systems of the same scope and nature as originally indicated. PART 2-PRODUCTS(NOT USED) PART 3-EXECUTION 3.1 EXAMINATION A. Examine products covered by an allowance promptly on delivery for damage or defects. Return damaged or defective products to manufacturer for replacement. 3.2 PREPARATION A. Coordinate materials and their installation for each allowance with related materials and installations to ensure that each allowance item is completely integrated and interfaced with related work. 3.3 SCHEDULE OF ALLOWANCES A. Allowance No. 1: HVAC Controls. 1. Include the sum of$200,000.00 for HVAC Controls. Reference Specifications and Construction Documents. Allowance amount is estimated for labor, material, and all accessories consisting of a complete HVAC controls system. B. Allowance No.2: Lighting and Lighting Controls. 1. Include the sum of$1,100,000.00 for lighting controls, all light fixtures interior, exterior, emergency lights, and all incorporated accessories. Reference Specifications and Construction Documents. Allowance is estimated for lighting fixtures interior, exterior, emergency, lighting controls, and accessories. Reference light fixture schedule and Construction Documents to include labor, raceways,wiring,disconnects, backboxes etc. in base proposal. C. Allowance No.3: Owner Betterment. 1. Include the sum of$750,000 for Owner betterment. Owner betterment allowance is part of total contract sum and designated for Owner approved expenditures only. See Project Manual for processes related to Owner Betterment Adjustment Change Directive/Field Order. Change Directive/Field Orders do not qualify for contract extension of days and are not subject to the Contractor's General Conditions, bond fee, and/or fee. The Contractor's General Conditions, bond fee, and fee shall be included in the total sum of allowances and base proposal. D. Allowance No.4: Miscellaneous Steel. 1. Provide allowance for 15 tons of miscellaneous steel for bracing exterior building facade and exterior screen walls. If unused, credit back the Owner full amount of allowance. Reference Structural Documents. E. Allowance No. 5: Grade 60 Reinforcement. 1. Provide allowance of 15 tons of Grade 60 reinforcement and placement of reinforcement around further coordination of any MEP openings not shown. This is in addition to what will be required for to what is shown in details on S4.03 and sleeves/black-outs currently shown in MEP Drawings. If unused,credit back the Owner full amount of allowance. F. Allowance No. 6: Donor Signage. 1. Include the sum of$5,000 for donor signage to be determined. END OF SECTION ALLOWANCES 012100-2 City of Round Rock Public Library PGAL Round Rock,Texas 1003317 Issue for Construction December 08, 2020 SECTION 012200 UNIT PRICES PART 1 -GENERAL 1.1 SUMMARY A. Section includes administrative and procedural requirements for unit prices. 1.2 DEFINITIONS A. Unit price is an amount incorporated into the Agreement, applicable during the duration of the Work as a price per unit of measurement for materials, equipment, or services, or a portion of the Work, added to or deducted from the Contract Sum by appropriate modification, if the scope of Work or estimated quantities of Work required by the Contract Documents are increased or decreased. 1.3 PROCEDURES A. Unit prices include all necessary material, plus cost for delivery, installation, insurance, applicable taxes, overhead,and profit. B. Measurement and Payment: See individual Specification Sections for work that requires establishment of unit prices. Methods of measurement and payment for unit prices are specified in those Sections. C. Owner reserves the right to reject Contractor's measurement of work-in-place that involves use of established unit prices and to have this work measured, at Owner's expense, by an independent surveyor acceptable to Contractor. D. List of Unit Prices: A schedule of unit prices is included in Part 3. Specification Sections referenced in the schedule contain requirements for materials described under each unit price. PART 2-PRODUCTS(NOT USED) PART 3-EXECUTION 3.1 SCHEDULE OF UNIT PRICES A. Unit Price No. 1 -Moisture Vapor Emission Control System: Refer to Section 090561.13"Moisture Vapor Emission Control System." 1. Provide cost per square foot for complete system, including shot-blasting concrete substrate, application of penetrant, post-application moisture and alkalinity testing, application of cementitious underlayment, and manufacturer's 15-year warranty. B. Unit Price No.2-Drilled Piers: 1. For actual depth versus anticipated depth indicated on Drawings. 2. Include cost of providing and placing casings in Base Contract. 3. Cost of providing and placing casings is not included Base Contract. 4. Reconciliation: Per pier diameter category for net add or deduct, not per individual pier. 5. Diameter Categories: Refer to Structural Drawings. 6. For each diameter category pier required, provide: a. Unit price per additional lineal foot of completed pier. b. Unit price per deleted lineal foot of completed pier. Unit price shall be no less than 75 percent of unit price for additional lineal foot. C. Unit Price No.3- Deletion of Casing: Base Bid price shall include casing of piers to a depth of 20 feet below grade. Provide Unit Price for deletion of steel casing in its entirety in the event casing of piers is not required: 1. Include cost of providing and placing casings in Base Contract. 2. Reconciliation: Per pier diameter category for net deduct per individual pier. END OF SECTION UNIT PRICES 012200-1 City of Round Rock Public Library PGAL Round Rock,Texas 1003317 Issue for Construction December 08,2020 SECTION 012300 ALTERNATES PART 1 -GENERAL 1.1 SUMMARY A. Section includes administrative and procedural requirements for alternates. 1.2 DEFINITIONS A. Alternate: An amount proposed by bidders and stated on the Bid Form for certain work defined in the bidding requirements that may be added to or deducted from the base bid amount if the Owner decides to accept a corresponding change either in the amount of construction to be completed or in the products, materials,equipment,systems, or installation methods described in the Contract Documents. 1. Alternates described in this Section are part of the Work only if enumerated in the Agreement. 2. The cost or credit for each alternate is the net addition to or deduction from the Contract Sum to incorporate alternates into the Work. No other adjustments are made to the Contract Sum. 1.3 PROCEDURES A. Coordination: Revise or adjust affected adjacent work as necessary to completely integrate work of the alternate into Project. 1. Include as part of each alternate, miscellaneous devices, accessory objects, and similar items incidental to or required for a complete installation whether or not indicated as part of alternate. B. Execute accepted alternates under the same conditions as other work of the Contract. C. Schedule:A schedule of alternates is included at the end of this Section. Specification Sections referenced in schedule contain requirements for materials necessary to achieve the work described under each alternate. PART 2-PRODUCTS(NOT USED) PART 3-EXECUTION 3.1 SCHEDULE OF ALTERNATES A. Alternate No. 01:Air Barrier Sheathing. 1. Base Bid: Wall and parapet gypsum sheathing as specified in Section 061643 "Gypsum Sheathing." 2. Alternate: Provide air barrier glass-mat gypsum sheathing as specified in Section 061643"Gypsum Sheathing" in lieu of base bid gypsum sheathing. Omit requirement for air barrier as specified in Section 072726"Fluid Applied Membrane Air Barriers." END OF SECTION ALTERNATES 012300-1 City of Round Rock Public Library PGAL Round Rock,Texas 1003317 Issue for Construction December 08,2020 SECTION 012500 SUBSTITUTION PROCEDURES PART I -GENERAL 1.1 SUMMARY A. Section includes administrative and procedural requirements for substitutions. 1.2 DEFINITIONS A. Substitutions: Changes in products, materials, equipment, and methods of construction from those required by the Contract Documents and proposed by Contractor. 1. Substitutions for Cause: Changes proposed by Contractor that are required due to changed Project conditions, such as unavailability of product, regulatory changes, or unavailability of required warranty terms. 2. Substitutions for Convenience: Changes proposed by Contractor or Owner that are not required in order to meet other Project requirements but may offer advantage to Contractor or Owner. 1.3 ACTION SUBMITTALS A. Substitution Requests: Submit PDF files)electronically for each request for consideration. Identify product or fabrication or installation method to be replaced. Include Specification Section number and title and Drawing numbers and titles. 1. Substitution Request Form: Use facsimile of form provided in Project Manual. 2. Documentation: Show compliance with requirements for substitutions and the following, as applicable: a. Statement indicating why specified product or fabrication or installation method cannot be provided, if applicable. b. Coordination of information, including a list of changes or revisions needed to other parts of the Work and to construction performed by Owner and separate contractors that will be necessary to accommodate proposed substitution. c. Detailed comparison of significant qualities of proposed substitutions with those of the Work specified. Include annotated copy of applicable Specification Section. Significant qualities may include attributes, such as performance, weight, size, durability, visual effect, sustainable design characteristics, warranties, and specific features and requirements indicated. Indicate deviations, if any,from the Work specified. d. Product Data, including drawings and descriptions of products and fabrication and installation procedures. e. Samples,where applicable or requested. 1) Submit physical samples for color and finish selections. f. Certificates and qualification data,where applicable or requested. g. List of similar installations for completed projects,with project names and addresses as well as names and addresses of architects and owners. h. Material test reports from a qualified testing agency, indicating and interpreting test results for compliance with requirements indicated. i. Research reports evidencing compliance with building code in effect for Project, from ICC-ES. j. Detailed comparison of Contractor's construction schedule using proposed substitutions with products specified for the Work, including effect on the overall Contract Time. If specified product or method of construction cannot be provided within the Contract Time, include letter from manufacturer, on manufacturer's letterhead, stating date of receipt of purchase order, lack of availability,or delays in delivery. k. Cost information, including a proposal of change, if any, in the Contract Sum. I. Contractor's certification that proposed substitution complies with requirements in the Contract Documents, except as indicated in substitution request, is compatible with related materials and is appropriate for applications indicated. m. Contractor's waiver of rights to additional payment or time that may subsequently become necessary because of failure of proposed substitution to produce indicated results. 3. Any substitution request made that is not on required form, is not completely filled in, or does not provide required backup documentation will be rejected without review. SUBSTITUTION PROCEDURES 012500-1 City of Round Rock Public Library PGAL Round Rock,Texas 1003317 Issue for Construction December 08,2020 4. Architect's Action: If necessary, Architect will request additional information or documentation for evaluation within seven business days of receipt of a request for substitution. Architect will notify Contractor of acceptance or rejection of proposed substitution within 15 days of receipt of request, or days of receipt of additional information or documentation,whichever is later. a. Forms of Acceptance: Change Order, Construction Change Directive, or Architect's Supplemental Instructions for minor changes in the Work. b. Use product specified if Architect does not issue a decision on use of a proposed substitution within time allocated. 1.4 QUALITY ASSURANCE A. Compatibility of Substitutions: Investigate and document compatibility of proposed substitution with related products and materials. Engage a qualified testing agency to perform compatibility tests recommended by manufacturers. 1.5 PROCEDURES A. Coordination: Revise or adjust affected work as necessary to integrate work of the approved substitutions. 1.6 SUBSTITUTIONS A. Substitutions for Cause: Submit requests for substitution immediately on discovery of need for change, but not later than 15 days prior to time required for preparation and review of related submittals. 1. Conditions: Architect will consider Contractor's request for substitution when the following conditions are satisfied. If the following conditions are not satisfied, Architect will return requests without action,except to record noncompliance with these requirements: a. Requested substitution is consistent with the Contract Documents and will produce indicated results. b. Substitution request is fully documented and properly submitted. c. Requested substitution will not adversely affect Contractor's construction schedule. d. Requested substitution has received necessary approvals of authorities having jurisdiction. e. Requested substitution is compatible with other portions of the Work. f. Requested substitution has been coordinated with other portions of the Work. g. Requested substitution provides specified warranty. h. If requested substitution involves more than one contractor, requested substitution has been coordinated with other portions of the Work, is uniform and consistent, is compatible with other products, and is acceptable to all contractors involved. B. Substitutions for Convenience: Architect will consider requests for substitution if received within 60 days after commencement of the Work. Requests received after that time may be considered or rejected at discretion of Architect. 1. Conditions: Architect will consider Contractor's request for substitution when the following conditions are satisfied. If the following conditions are not satisfied, Architect will return requests without action,except to record noncompliance with these requirements: a. Requested substitution offers Owner a substantial advantage in cost, time, energy conservation, or other considerations, after deducting additional responsibilities Owner must assume. Owner's additional responsibilities may include compensation to Architect for redesign and evaluation services, increased cost of other construction by Owner, and similar considerations. b. Requested substitution does not require extensive revisions to the Contract Documents. c. Requested substitution is consistent with the Contract Documents and will produce indicated results. d. Substitution request is fully documented and properly submitted. e. Requested substitution will not adversely affect Contractor's construction schedule. f. Requested substitution has received necessary approvals of authorities having jurisdiction. g. Requested substitution is compatible with other portions of the Work. h. Requested substitution has been coordinated with other portions of the Work. i. Requested substitution provides specified warranty. j. If requested substitution involves more than one contractor, requested substitution has been coordinated with other portions of the Work, is uniform and consistent, is compatible with other products,and is acceptable to all contractors involved. SUBSTITUTION PROCEDURES 012500-2 City of Round Rock Public Library PGAL Round Rock, Texas 1003317 Issue for Construction December 08, 2020 PART 2-PRODUCTS(NOT USED) PART 3-EXECUTION(NOT USED) END OF SECTION SUBSTITUTION PROCEDURES 012500-3 City of Round Rock Public Library PGAL Round Rock,Texas 1003317 Issue for Construction December 08, 2020 SECTION 012500.13 SUBSTITUTION REQUEST FORM PROJECT: (After Contract Award) TO: NO. DATE: Contractor hereby requests acceptance of the following product or system as a substitution in accordance with provisions of Division 01 Section"Substitution Procedures:" 1. SPECIFIED PRODUCT OR SYSTEM Substitution request for: Specification Section No.: Article/Paragraph: 2. REASON FOR SUBSTITUTION REQUEST SPECIFIED PRODUCT. . . PROPOSED PRODUCT. . . o Is no longer available. 0 Will reduce construction time o Is unable to meet project schedule. 0 Will result in cost savings of O Is unsuitable for the designated application. $ to Project o Cannot interface with adjacent materials. 0 Is for supplier's convenience o Is not compatible with adjacent materials. 0 Is for subcontractor's convenience o Cannot provide the specified warranty. 0 Other: O Cannot be constructed as indicated o Cannot be obtained due to one or more of the following: o Strike 0 Bankruptcy of manufacturer or supplier o Lockout 0 Similar occurrence(explain below) 3. SUPPORTING DATA o Drawings,specifications,product data,performance data,test data,and any other necessary information to facilitate review of the Substitution Request are attached. o Sample is attached. 0 Sample will be sent if requested. 4. QUALITY COMPARISON:Provide all necessary side-by-side comparative data as required to facilitate review of Substitution Request: SPECIFIED PRODUCT PROPOSED PRODUCT Manufacturer: Name/Brand: Catalog No.: Vendor: Variations: (Add Additional Sheets If Necessary) Local Distributor or Supplier: Maintenance Service Available: 0 Yes D No Spare Parts Source: Warranty: 0 Yes 0 No Years SUBSTITUTION REQUEST FORM 012500.13-1 City of Round Rock Public Library PGAL Round Rock,Texas 1003317 Issue for Construction December 08,2020 5. PREVIOUS INSTALLATIONS Identification of at least three similar projects on which proposed substitution was used: PROJECT#1: Address: Architect: Owner: Contractor. Date Installed: PROJECT#2: Address: Architect: Owner: Contractor: Date Installed: PROJECT#3: Address: Architect: Owner: Contractor: Date Installed: 6. EFFECT OF SUBSTITUTION Proposed substitution affects other work or trades: 0 No 0 Yes(if Yes,explain) Proposed substitution requires dimensional revisions or redesign of architectural,structural, M-E-P,life safety,or other work: 0 No 0 Yes(if Yes, attach data explaining revisions) 7. STATEMENT OF CONFORMANCE OF REQUEST TO CONTRACT REQUIREMENTS Contractor and Subcontractor have investigated the proposed substitution and hereby represent that: A. They have personally investigated the proposed substitution and believe that it is equal to or superior in all respects to specified product,except as stated above; B. The proposed substitution is in compliance with applicable codes and ordinances; C. The proposed substitution will provide same warranty as specified for specified product; D. They will coordinate the incorporation of the proposed substitution into the Work, and will include modifications to the Work as required to fully integrate the substitution; E. They have included complete cost data and implications of the substitution(attached); F. They will pay any redesign fees incurred by the Architect or any of the Architect's consultants, and any special inspection costs incurred by the Owner, caused by the use of this product; G. They waive all future claims for added cost or time to the Contract related to the substitution,or that become known after substitution is accepted. H. The Architect's approval, if granted, will be based upon reliance upon data submitted and the opinion, knowledge,information,and belief of the Architect at the time decision is rendered and Addendum is issued; and that Architect's approval therefore is interim in nature and subject to reevaluation and reconsideration as additional data,materials,workmanship,and coordination with other work are observed and reviewed. SUBSTITUTION REQUEST FORM 012500.13-2 City of Round Rock Public Library PGAL Round Rock, Texas 1003317 Issue for Construction December 08,2020 Contractor. (Name of Contractor) Date: By: Subcontractor: (Name of Subcontractor) Date: By: Note: Unresponsive or incomplete requests will be rejected and returned without review. 8. ARCHITECT'S REVIEW AND ACTION o Substitution is accepted. o Substitution is accepted,with the following comments: o Resubmit Substitution Request: 0 Provide more information in the following areas: o Provide proposal indicating amount of savings/credit to Owner o Bidding Contractor shall sign Bidder's Statement of Conformance o Bidding Subcontractor shall sign Bidder's Statement of Conformance o Substitution is not accepted: o Substitution Request received too late. o Substitution Request received directly from subcontractor or supplier. o Substitution Request not submitted in accordance with requirements. o Substitution Request Form is not properly executed. o Substitution Request does not indicate what item is being proposed. o Insufficient information submitted to facilitate proper evaluation. o Proposed product does not appear to comply with specified requirements. o Proposed product will require substantial revisions to Contract Documents. By: Date: Architect has relied upon the information provided by the Contractor, and makes no claim as to the accuracy, completeness,or validity of such information. If an accepted substitution is later found to be not in compliance with the Contract Documents, Contractor shall provide the specified product. 9. OWNER'S REVIEW AND ACTION o Substitution is accepted;Architect to prepare Change Order. o Substitution is not accepted. o Owner will pay Architect directly for redesign fees. o Include Architect's Additional Service fee for implementing the substitution in the Change Order. By: Date: (Owner/Owner's Representative) END OF FORM SUBSTITUTION REQUEST FORM 012500.13-3 City of Round Rock Public Library PGAL Round Rock,Texas 1003317 Issue for Construction December 08,2020 SECTION 012600 CONTRACT MODIFICATION PROCEDURES PART 1 -GENERAL 1.1 SUMMARY A. Section includes administrative and procedural requirements for handling and processing Contract modifications. 1.2 MINOR CHANGES IN THE WORK A. Architect will issue supplemental instructions authorizing minor changes in the Work, not involving adjustment to the Contract Sum or the Contract Time, on AIA Document G710. 1.3 PROPOSAL REQUESTS A. Owner-Initiated Proposal Requests: Architect will issue a detailed description of proposed changes in the Work that may require adjustment to the Contract Sum or the Contract Time. If necessary, the description will include supplemental or revised Drawings and Specifications. 1. Work Change Proposal Requests issued by Architect are not instructions either to stop work in progress or to execute the proposed change. 2. Within time specified in Proposal Request or 20 days,when not otherwise specified, after receipt of Proposal Request, submit a quotation estimating cost adjustments to the Contract Sum and the Contract Time necessary to execute the change. a. Include a list of quantities of products required or eliminated and unit costs, with total amount of purchases and credits to be made. If requested, furnish survey data to substantiate quantities. b. Indicate applicable taxes, delivery charges, equipment rental, and amounts of trade discounts. c. Include costs of labor and supervision directly attributable to the change. d. Include an updated Contractor's construction schedule that indicates the effect of the change, including, but not limited to, changes in activity duration, start and finish times, and activity relationship. Use available total float before requesting an extension of the Contract Time. e. Quotation Form: Use forms acceptable to Architect. B. Contractor-Initiated Proposals: If latent or changed conditions require modifications to the Contract, Contractor may initiate a claim by submitting a request for a change to Architect. 1. Include a statement outlining reasons for the change and the effect of the change on the Work. Provide a complete description of the proposed change. Indicate the effect of the proposed change on the Contract Sum and the Contract Time. 2. Include a list of quantities of products required or eliminated and unit costs, with total amount of purchases and credits to be made. If requested,furnish survey data to substantiate quantities. 3. Indicate applicable taxes,delivery charges,equipment rental,and amounts of trade discounts. 4. Include costs of labor and supervision directly attributable to the change. 5. Include an updated Contractor's construction schedule that indicates the effect of the change, including, but not limited to, changes in activity duration, start and finish times, and activity relationship. Use available total float before requesting an extension of the Contract Time. 6. Comply with requirements in Section 012500 "Substitution Procedures" if the proposed change requires substitution of one product or system for product or system specified. 7. Proposal Request Form: Use form acceptable to Architect. 1.4 ADMINISTRATIVE CHANGE ORDERS A. Unit-Price Adjustment: See Section 012200 "Unit Prices" for administrative procedures for preparation of Change Order Proposal for adjusting the Contract Sum to reflect measured scope of unit-price work. 1.5 CHANGE ORDER PROCEDURES A. On Owner's approval of a Work Change Proposal Request, Contractor will issue a Change Order for signatures of Owner and Architect on template provided by City of Round Rock. CONTRACT MODIFICATION PROCEDURES 012600-1 City of Round Rock Public Library PGAL Round Rock,Texas 1003317 Issue for Construction December 08,2020 1.6 CONSTRUCTION CHANGE DIRECTIVE A. Construction Change Directive: Architect may issue a Construction Change Directive on AIA Document G714. Construction Change Directive instructs Contractor to proceed with a change in the Work,for subsequent inclusion in a Change Order. 1. Construction Change Directive contains a complete description of change in the Work. It also designates method to be followed to determine change in the Contract Sum or the Contract Time. B. Documentation: Maintain detailed records on a time and material basis of work required by the Construction Change Directive. 1. After completion of change, submit an itemized account and supporting data necessary to substantiate cost and time adjustments to the Contract. PART 2-PRODUCTS(NOT USED) PART 3-EXECUTION(NOT USED) END OF SECTION CONTRACT MODIFICATION PROCEDURES 012600-2 Page 1 of 3 Contract Quantity Adjustment/Change Order rev,01/16 Department: Project Name: Date: City Project Change Order/Quantity ID Number Adjustment No. Vendor Company Name Address Phone No. Justification SUMMARY Amount % Change Original Contract Price: Previous Quantity Adjustment(s): This Quantity Adjustment: $0.00 Total Quantity Adjustment(s): $0.00 Total Contract Price with Quantity Adjustment(s): $0.00 Previous Change Order(s): #DIV/0! This Change Order: $0.00 #DIV/0! Total Change Order(s)To Date: $0.00 #DIV/0! Adjusted Contract Price [Original Contract Price Plus Quantity Adjustment(s)Plus Change Order(s)]: $0.00 Difference between Original and Adjusted Contract Prices: $0.00 Original Contract Time: Time Adjustment by previous Quan.Adj./Change Order: Time Adjustment by this Quan. Adj./Change Order: New Contract Time: 0 Submitted for Approval Prepared By: Signature Printed Name,Title, Company Date Approvals Contractor: Signature Printed Name,Title, Company Date City Project Manager: Signature Printed Name,Title Date Mayor/City Manager Signature Printed Name,Title Date Page 2 of 3 Contract Quantity Adjustment/Change Order ROUND ROCK t t x A', rev,01/16 Project Name: 0 Quan. Adj./Change Order No.: 0 Change Order Data Contract Time Adjustment Item # Item Description Unit Qty. Unit Price Amount (Days) $0.00 $0.00 $0.00 $0.00 $0.00 $0.00 $0.00 $0.00 $0.00 $0.00 $0.00 $0.00 $0.00 $0.00 $0.00 $0.00 $0.00 $0.00' $0.00 $0.00 $0.00 $0.00 $0.00 $0.00 $0.00 TOTALS: $0.00 0 Page 3 of 3 Contract Quantity Adjustment/Change Order crriutvC]ROCK T x;,' rev,01/16 Project Name: 0 Quan. Adj./Change Order No.: 0 Quantity Adjustment Data Contract Time Adjustment Bid Item # Item Description Unit Qty. Unit Price Amount (Davc) $0.00 $0.00 $0.00 $0.00 $0.00 $0.00 $0.00 $0.00 $0.00 $0.00 $0.00 $0.00 $0.00 $0.00 $0.00 $0.00 $0.00 $0.00 $0.00 $0.00 $0.00 $0.00 $0.00 $0.00 $0.00 TOTALS: $0.00 0 Owner Betterment Adjustment ROUND ROCK TEXAS Change Directive/Field Order GErit-rmt.. Department: General Services Date: Field Order#: Project Name: Change Proposal#: Justification SUMMARY AMOUNT %CHANGE Betterment Previous field order This change to date Total change to date Adjusted Betterment Difference between original and adjusted Owner Review A/E Contractor Initial Sign Sign Approval: Date: Item# Item Description Amount Total City of Round Rock Public Library PGAL Round Rock,Texas 1003317 Issue for Construction December 08,2020 SECTION 012900 PAYMENT PROCEDURES PART 1 -GENERAL 1.1 SUMMARY A. Section includes administrative and procedural requirements necessary to prepare and process Applications for Payment. 1.2 DEFINITIONS A. Schedule of Values:A statement furnished by Contractor allocating portions of the Contract Sum to various portions of the Work and used as the basis for reviewing Contractor's Applications for Payment. 1.3 SCHEDULE OF VALUES A. Coordination:Coordinate preparation of the schedule of values with preparation of Contractor's construction schedule. Cost-loaded Critical Path Method Schedule may serve to satisfy requirements for the schedule of values. 1. Coordinate line items in the schedule of values with items required to be indicated as separate activities in Contractor's construction schedule. 2. Submit the schedule of values to Architect at earliest possible date, but no later than seven days before the date scheduled for submittal of initial Applications for Payment. B. Format and Content:Use Project Manual table of contents as a guide to establish line items for the schedule of values. Provide at least one line item for each Specification Section. 1. Identification: Include the following Project identification on the schedule of values: a. Project name and location. b. Name of Architect. c. Architect's Project number. d. Contractor's name and address. e. Date of submittal. 2. Arrange schedule of values consistent with format of attached document. 3. Provide a breakdown of the Contract Sum in enough detail to facilitate continued evaluation of Applications for Payment and progress reports. Provide multiple line items for principal subcontract amounts in excess of one percent of the Contract Sum. 4. Provide a separate line item in the schedule of values for both materials and labor of each item. a. Differentiate between items stored on-site and items stored off-site. 5. Overhead Costs: Include total cost and proportionate share of general overhead and profit for each line item. 6. Closeout Costs. Include separate line items under Contractor and principal subcontracts for Project closeout requirements in an amount totaling five percent of the Contract Sum and subcontract amount. 7. Schedule of Values Revisions: Revise the schedule of values when Change Orders or Construction Change Directives result in a change in the Contract Sum. Include at least one separate line item for each Change Order and Construction Change Directive. 1.4 APPLICATIONS FOR PAYMENT A. Each Application for Payment following the initial Application for Payment shall be consistent with previous applications and payments as certified by Architect and paid for by Owner. B. Payment Application Times: The date for each progress payment is indicated in the Agreement between Owner and Contractor. The period of construction work covered by each Application for Payment is the period indicated in the Agreement. 1. Submit draft copy of Application for Payment seven days prior to due date for review by Architect. C. Application for Payment Forms: Use attached document as form for Applications for Payment. D. Application Preparation:Complete every entry on form. Notarize and execute by a person authorized to sign legal documents on behalf of Contractor.Architect will return incomplete applications without action. 1. Entries shall match data on the schedule of values and Contractor's construction schedule. Use updated schedules if revisions were made. PAYMENT PROCEDURES 012900-1 City of Round Rock Public Library PGAL Round Rock,Texas 1003317 Issue for Construction December 08,2020 2. Include amounts for work completed following previous Application for Payment, whether or not payment has been received. Include only amounts for work completed at time of Application for Payment. 3. Include amounts of Change Orders and Construction Change Directives issued before last day of construction period covered by application. 4. Indicate separate amounts for work being carried out under Owner-requested project acceleration. E. Stored Materials: Include in Application for Payment amounts applied for materials or equipment purchased or fabricated and stored, but not yet installed. Differentiate between items stored on-site and items stored off-site. 1. Provide certificate of insurance, evidence of transfer of title to Owner, and consent of surety to payment for stored materials. 2. Provide supporting documentation that verifies amount requested, such as paid invoices. Match amount requested with amounts indicated on documentation;do not include overhead and profit on stored materials. 3. Provide summary documentation for stored materials indicating the following: a. Value of materials previously stored and remaining stored as of date of previous Applications for Payment. b. Value of previously stored materials put in place after date of previous Application for Payment and on or before date of current Application for Payment. c. Value of materials stored since date of previous Application for Payment and remaining stored as of date of current Application for Payment. F. Transmittal: Submit three signed and notarized original copies of each Application for Payment to Architect by a method ensuring receipt within 24 hours.One copy shall include waivers of lien and similar attachments if required. 1. Transmit each copy with a transmittal form listing attachments and recording appropriate information about application. G. Waivers of Mechanic's Lien: With each Application for Payment, submit waivers of mechanic's lien from entities lawfully entitled to file a mechanic's lien arising out of the Contract and related to the Work covered by the payment. 1. Submit partial waivers on each item for amount requested in previous application,after deduction for retainage,on each item. 2. When an application shows completion of an item,submit conditional final or full waivers. 3. Owner reserves the right to designate which entities involved in the Work must submit waivers. 4. Submit final Application for Payment with or preceded by conditional final waivers from every entity involved with performance of the Work covered by the application who is lawfully entitled to a lien. 5. Waiver Forms: Submit executed waivers of lien on forms acceptable to Owner. H. Initial Application for Payment: Administrative actions and submittals that must precede or coincide with submittal of first Application for Payment include the following: 1. List of subcontractors. 2. Schedule of values. 3. Contractor's construction schedule(preliminary if not final). 4. Products list(preliminary if not final). 5. Schedule of unit prices. 6. Submittal schedule(preliminary if not final). 7. List of Contractor's staff assignments. 8. List of Contractor's principal consultants. 9. Copies of building permits. 10. Copies of authorizations and licenses from authorities having jurisdiction for performance of the Work. 11. Initial progress report. 12. Report of preconstruction conference. 13. Certificates of insurance and insurance policies. 14. Data needed to acquire Owner's insurance. I. Application for Payment at Substantial Completion: After Architect issues the Certificate of Substantial Completion, submit an Application for Payment showing 100 percent completion for portion of the Work claimed as substantially complete. 1. Include documentation supporting claim that the Work is substantially complete and a statement showing an accounting of changes to the Contract Sum. PAYMENT PROCEDURES 012900-2 City of Round Rock Public Library PGAL Round Rock,Texas 1003317 Issue for Construction December 08,2020 2. This application shall reflect Certificate(s) of Substantial Completion issued previously for Owner occupancy of designated portions of the Work. J. Final Payment Application: After completing Project closeout requirements, submit final Application for Payment with releases and supporting documentation not previously submitted and accepted,including, but not limited,to the following: 1. Evidence of completion of Project closeout requirements. 2. Insurance certificates for products and completed operations where required and proof that taxes, fees,and similar obligations were paid. 3. Updated final statement,accounting for final changes to the Contract Sum. 4. Evidence that claims have been settled. 5. Final meter readings for utilities, a measured record of stored fuel, and similar data as of date of Substantial Completion or when Owner took possession of and assumed responsibility for corresponding elements of the Work. 6. Final liquidated damages settlement statement. PART 2-PRODUCTS(NOT USED) PART 3-EXECUTION(NOT USED) END OF SECTION PAYMENT PROCEDURES 012900-3 CONSENT OF SURETY Owner: [ ] TO FINAL PAYMENT Architect: [ l Engineer: [ l Contractor: [ ] Surety: [ Other: [ Owner: Architect's/Engineer's Project No.: City of Round Rock 221 E. Main Street Round Rock, TX 78664 Contract For: Project: Contract Dated: (Name&Address) In accordance with the provisions of the Contract between the Owner and the Contractor as indicated above: (Insert name and address of Surety) on bond of (Insert name and address of Contractor) hereby approves of the final payment to the Contractor, and agrees that final payment to the Contractor shall not relieve the Surety of any of its obligations to City of Round Rock 221 E. Main Street Round Rock, TX 78664 as set forth on said Surety's bond. IN WITNESS WHEREOF, the Surety has hereunto set its hand on this date: (Insert in writing the month followed by the numeric date and year) Surety Attest: (Seal) Signature of Authorized Representative Printed Name and Title Consent of Surety.xls Aug.2001 CONTRACTOR'S AFFIDAVIT OF Owner: [ PAYMENT OF DEBTS AND CLAIMS Architect: [ Engineer: [ Contractor: [ Surety: [ Other: [ Owner: Architect's/Engineer's Project No.: City of Round Rock 221 E. Main Street Round Rock, TX 78664 Contract For: Project: Contract Dated: (Name&Address) STATE OF: COUNTY OF: The undersigned hereby certifies that, except as listed below, payment has been made in full and all obligations have otherwise been satisfied for all materials and equipment furnished,for all work, labor, and services performed, and for all known indebtedness and claims against the Contractor for damages arising in any manner in connection with the performance of the Contract referenced above or which the Owner or Owner's property might in any way be held responsible or encumbered. EXCEPTIONS: SUPPORTING DOCUMENTS ATTACHED HERETO: CONTRACTOR: (Name and Address) 1. Consent of Surety to Final Payment. Whenever Surety is involved, Consent of Surety is required. Indicate attachment: Yes No BY: The following supporting documents should be attached hereto if required by the Owner: Signature of Authorized Representative 1. Contractor's Release or Waiver of Liens, Printed Name and Title conditional upon receipt of final payment. 2. Separate Releases or Waivers of Liens from Subcontractors Subscribed and sworn to before me on and material and equipment suppliers, to the extent this date: required by the Owner, accompanied by a list thereof. Notary Public: 3. Contractor's Affidavit of Release of Liens My Commission Expires: Affidavit Aug.2001 APPLICATION AND CERTIFICATE FOR PAYMENT City of Round Rock Periodic Pay Estimate Form Page one of Pages TO OWNER: PROJECT: APPLICATION#: DISTRIBUTION TO: LI OWNER City of Round Rock LI ENGINEER Building Construction Division LI ARCHITECT 212 Commerce Blvd, PERIOD TO: LI CONTRACTOR Round Rock,Texas 78664 ❑ 512-341-3311 ❑ PROJECT NO: FROM CONTRACTOR: VIA ENGINEER!ARCHITECT: ORIGINAL CONTRACT COMPLETION DATE: COMPLETION DATE PER CHANGE ORDER(S): APPUCATION DATE: CONTRACTOR'S APPLICATION FOR PAYMENT CONTRACTOR: The undersigned Contractor certifies that to the best of the Contractor's knowledge,information and belief the 1.ORIGINAL CONTRACT SUM $ work covered by this Application for Payment has been completed in accordance with the Contract Documents, that all amounts have been paid by the Contractor for Work for which previous Certificates for Payment were 2.NET CHANGE BY CHANGE ORDERS $ issued and payments received from the Owner,and that current payment shown herein is now due. 3.NET CHANGE BY QUANTITY ADJUSTMENTS $ 4.CONTRACT SUM TO DATE(Line 1+2+3) $ Signature Contractor/Company Name 5.TOTAL COMPLETED&STORED TO DATE $ (Column G) Tide Print Name Date 6.RETAINAGE: a. %of Completed Work $ PRE-PAYMENT CERTIFICATION BY FIELD REPRESENTATIVE: (Column D+E) I certify,to the best of my knowledge,that all work and/or materials furnished conform with the approved b. %of Stored Material $ Contract Documents,the statement of work performed and/or materials supplied is accurate,the Contractor (Column F) is observing the requirements of the Contract,and the Contractor should be paid the amount requested. TOTAL RETAINAGE (Lines 5a+5b OR $ 7.TOTAL EARNED LESS RETAINAGE $ (Line 5 less Line 6 Total) Signature of the Superintendent Print Name Date 8.LESS PREVIOUS PAYMENTS(Line 7 from prior certificate) $ CERTIFICATION OF THE ENGINEER/ARCHITECT: I certify that I have checked and verified the above and foregoing Periodic Pay Estimate for Partial Payment,to the 9.CURRENT PAYMENT DUE(Line 7 less line 8) Q$ best of my knowledge and belief,is a true and correct statement of work performed and/or materials supplied by the Contractor;all work and/or material included herein was performed and/or supplied in accordance 10.BALANCE TO FINISH,INCLUDING RETAINAGE $ with the Contract Documents,and this partial payment claimed/request by the contractor is computed correctly. (Line 4 less Line 7) CHANGE ORDER!QUANTITY ADJUSTMENT SUMMARY Change Orders/Quantity Adjustments ADDITIONS DEDUCTIONS approved in previous months by Owner Signature of the Design Engineer/Architect Print Name Date TOTAL PREPAYMENT CERTIFICATION BY DEPARTMENT: A proved this Month I certify,to the best of my knowledge,that all work and/or materials furnished conform to the approved Number Date Approved Contract Documents,the statement of work performed and/or materials supplied is accurate,the Contractor is observing the requirements of the Contract,and the Contractor should be paid the amount requested. TOTALS $ - $ - Net change by Change Orders Net change by Quantity Adjustments Signature Budding Construction Manager Richard (CORR) Print Name Date contractor's pay estimate-revised o5/2oi. Cover Sheet CONTINUATION SHEET City of Round Rock Periodic Pay Estimate Form Page two of Pages In tabulations below,amounts are stated to the nearest dollar. Application No: Use Column Ion Contracts where variable retainage for line items may apply. Application Date: Period To: A B C D I E F G H I WORK COMPLETED MATERIALS TOTAL % BALANCE TO RETAINAGE ITEM NO. DESCRIPTION OF WORK SCHEDULED VALUE FROM PREVIOUS THIS PERIOD PRESENTLY COMPLETED (G+C) FINISH (IF VARIABLE APPLICATION STORED AND STORED (C-G) RATE) (D+E) TO DATE TO DATE (NOT IN D OR El (D+E+F) TOTAL Lump Sum Sheet CONTINUATION SHEET for City of Round Rock Periodic Pay Estimate Form Page trva of Pages In tabulaticms beim,amounts are stated to the near.dollar. ApApplication No: Use Cdumn I on Contracts Wlere variable retainage for Ina items may apply. pication Date: Period Tcr. WORK COMPLETED MATERIALS ON HAND 1 ITFLI NO MACIRIPTION OF WORK SCHEDULED VALUE FROM PREVI8U+SCPUCATION THIS PERIOD MATERIALS PRESENTLY A TNOTALOCRTITTLOE TD NE BALANZTLI FINISH RP,F.RrA=F TNrglINDPORATFIE 11F VARIARI F UNITS NUMBER VALUE/EACH UNE VALUE NUMBER VALUE NUMBER VALUE NUMBER VALUE/EACH VALUE VALUE PERCENT VALUE PERCENT RATE) UNITS lklITS UNITS um-, (50.6 cd C VALLE 1 EACH (D+E+F) OficfC) (C-D+E+F) (W,C) , , . OFUGINAL CONTRACT TOTAL . NET CHANGE BY CHANGE ORDERS , TOTAL I U...S.. City of Round Rock Public Library PGAL Round Rock, Texas 1003317 Issue for Construction December 08,2020 SECTION 013100 PROJECT MANAGEMENT AND COORDINATION PART 1 -GENERAL 1.1 SUMMARY A. Section includes administrative provisions for coordinating construction operations on Project including, but not limited to,the following: 1. General coordination procedures. 2. Coordination drawings. 3. RFIs. 4. Digital project management procedures. 5. Project meetings. 1.2 DEFINITIONS A. BIM: Building Information Modeling. B. RFI: Request for Information. Request from Owner, Architect, or Contractor seeking information required by or clarifications of the Contract Documents. 1.3 INFORMATIONAL SUBMITTALS A. Subcontract List: Prepare a written summary identifying individuals or firms proposed for each portion of the Work, including those who are to furnish products or equipment fabricated to a special design. Include the following information in tabular form: 1. Name, address, telephone number, and email address of entity performing subcontract or supplying products. 2. Number and title of related Specification Section(s)covered by subcontract. 3. Drawing number and detail references,as appropriate, covered by subcontract. B. Key Personnel Names: Within 15 days of starting construction operations, submit a list of key personnel assignments, including superintendent and other personnel in attendance at Project site. Identify individuals and their duties and responsibilities; list addresses and cellular telephone numbers and e-mail addresses. Provide names, addresses, and telephone numbers of individuals assigned as alternates in the absence of individuals assigned to Project. 1. Post copies of list in project meeting room, in temporary field office, in web-based Project software directory, and in prominent location inbuilt facility. Keep list current at all times. 1.4 GENERAL COORDINATION PROCEDURES A. Coordination: Coordinate construction operations included in different Sections of the Specifications to ensure efficient and orderly installation of each part of the Work. Coordinate construction operations included in different Sections that depend on each other for proper installation,connection,and operation. 1. Schedule construction operations in sequence required to obtain the best results where installation of one part of the Work depends on installation of other components, before or after its own installation. 2. Coordinate installation of different components to ensure maximum performance and accessibility for required maintenance,service, and repair. 3. Make adequate provisions to accommodate items scheduled for later installation. B. Prepare memoranda for distribution to each party involved, outlining special procedures required for coordination. Include such items as required notices, reports,and list of attendees at meetings. C. Administrative Procedures: Coordinate scheduling and timing of required administrative procedures with other construction activities to avoid conflicts and to ensure orderly progress of the Work. Such administrative activities include, but are not limited to,the following: 1. Preparation of Contractor's construction schedule. 2. Preparation of the schedule of values. 3. Installation and removal of temporary facilities and controls. 4. Delivery and processing of submittals. 5. Progress meetings. 6. Preinstallation conferences. PROJECT MANAGEMENT AND COORDINATION 013100-1 City of Round Rock Public Library PGAL Round Rock,Texas 1003317 Issue for Construction December 08, 2020 7. Project closeout activities. 8. Startup and adjustment of systems. 1.5 COORDINATION DRAWINGS A. Coordination Drawings, General: Prepare coordination drawings according to requirements in individual Sections, and additionally where installation is not completely indicated on Shop Drawings, where limited space availability necessitates coordination, or if coordination is required to facilitate integration of products and materials fabricated or installed by more than one entity. 1. Content: Project-specific information, drawn accurately to a scale large enough to indicate and resolve conflicts. Do not base coordination drawings on standard printed data. Include the following information, as applicable: a. Use applicable Drawings as a basis for preparation of coordination drawings. Prepare sections, elevations, and details as needed to describe relationship of various systems and components. b. Indicate functional and spatial relationships of components of architectural, structural, civil, mechanical, and electrical systems. c. Indicate space requirements for routine maintenance and for anticipated replacement of components during the life of the installation. d. Show location and size of access doors required for access to concealed dampers, valves, and other controls. e. Indicate required installation sequences. f. Indicate dimensions shown on Drawings. Specifically note dimensions that appear to be in conflict with submitted equipment and minimum clearance requirements. Provide alternative sketches to Architect indicating proposed resolution of such conflicts. Minor dimension changes and difficult installations will not be considered changes to the Contract. B. Coordination Digital Data Files: Prepare coordination digital data files according to the following requirements: 1. File Preparation Format: Same digital data software program, version, and operating system as original Drawings. 2. File Submittal Format: Submit or post coordination drawing files using format same as file preparation format. 3. BIM File Incorporation: Develop and incorporate coordination drawing files into BIM established for Project. a. Perform three-dimensional component conflict analysis as part of preparation of coordination drawings. Resolve component conflicts prior to submittal. Indicate where conflict resolution requires modification of design requirements by Architect. 4. Architect will furnish Contractor one set of digital data files of Drawings for use in preparing coordination digital data files. a. Architect makes no representations as to the accuracy or completeness of digital data files as they relate to Drawings. b. Contractor shall execute a data licensing agreement in the form of Agreement form acceptable to Owner and Architect. 1.6 REQUEST FOR INFORMATION(RFI) A. General: Immediately on discovery of the need for additional information, clarification, or interpretation of the Contract Documents, Contractor shall prepare and submit to Architect and City of Round Rock representative an RFI in the form specified. 1. Architect will return without response those RFIs submitted to Architect by other entities controlled by Contractor. 2. Coordinate and submit RFIs in a prompt manner so as to avoid delays in Contractor's work or work of subcontractors. a. Submit RFIs in Bluebeam or similar software acceptable to Architect. B. Content of the RFI: Include a detailed, legible description of item needing information or interpretation and the following: 1. Project name. 2. Project number. 3. Date. 4. Name of Contractor. 5. Name of Architect. PROJECT MANAGEMENT AND COORDINATION 013100-2 City of Round Rock Public Library PGAL Round Rock,Texas 1003317 Issue for Construction December 08,2020 6. RFI number, numbered sequentially. 7. RFI subject. 8. Specification Section number and title and related paragraphs, as appropriate. 9. Drawing number and detail references,as appropriate. 10. Field dimensions and conditions, as appropriate. 11. Contractor's suggested resolution. If Contractor's suggested resolution impacts the Contract Time or the Contract Sum, Contractor shall state impact in the RFI. 12. Contractor's signature. 13. Attachments: Include sketches, descriptions, measurements, photos, Product Data, Shop Drawings, coordination drawings, and other information necessary to fully describe items needing interpretation. a. Include dimensions, thicknesses, structural grid references, and details of affected materials,assemblies, and attachments on attached sketches. C. RFI Forms: Software-generated form with substantially the same content as indicated above, acceptable to Architect. 1. Attachments shall be electronic files in PDF format. D. Architect's Action: Architect will review each RFI, determine action required, and respond. Allow seven working days for Architect's response for each RFI. RFIs received by Architect after 1:00 p.m. will be considered as received the following working day. 1. The following Contractor-generated RFIs will be returned without action: a. Requests for approval of submittals. b. Requests for approval of substitutions. c. Requests for approval of Contractor's means and methods. d. Requests for coordination information already indicated in the Contract Documents. e. Requests for adjustments in the Contract Time or the Contract Sum. f. Requests for interpretation of Architect's actions on submittals. g. Incomplete RFIs or inaccurately prepared RFIs. 2. Architect's action may include a request for additional information, in which case Architect's time for response will date from time of receipt by Architect of additional information. 3. Architect's action on RFIs that may result in a change to the Contract Time or the Contract Sum may be eligible for Contractor to submit Change Proposal according to Section 012600 "Contract Modification Procedures." a. If Contractor believes the RFI response warrants change in the Contract Time or the Contract Sum, notify Architect in writing within 10days of receipt of the RFI response. E. RFI Log: Prepare, maintain, and submit a tabular log of RFIs organized by the RFI number. Submit log weekly. Software log with not less than the following: 1. Project name. 2. Name and address of Contractor. 3. Name and address of Architect. 4. RFI number including RFIs that were returned without action or withdrawn. 5. RFI description. 6. Date the RFI was submitted. 7. Date Architect's response was received. 8. Identification of related Minor Change in the Work, Construction Change Directive, and Proposal Request,as appropriate. F. On receipt of Architect's action, update the RFI log and immediately distribute the RFI response to affected parties. Review response and notify Architect within seven days if Contractor disagrees with response. 1.7 DIGITAL PROJECT MANAGEMENT PROCEDURES A. Use of Architect's Digital Data Files: Digital data files of Architect's BIM modelwill be provided by Architect for Contractor's use during construction. 1. Digital data files may be used by Contractor in preparing coordination drawings, Shop Drawings, and Project record Drawings. 2. Architect makes no representations as to the accuracy or completeness of digital data files as they relate to Contract Drawings. 3. Contractor to provide BIM Level of Development(LOD)400 for submittal requirements. 4. Contractor to provide BIM Level of Development(LOD)500 for final delivery to CORR. PROJECT MANAGEMENT AND COORDINATION 013100-3 City of Round Rock Public Library PGAL Round Rock,Texas 1003317 Issue for Construction December 08, 2020 5. Contractor shall execute a data licensing agreement in the form of Agreement form acceptable to Owner and Architect. a. Subcontractors, and other parties granted access by Contractor to Architect's digital data files shall execute a data licensing agreement in the form of Agreement acceptable to Owner and Architect. 6. The following digital data files will be furnished for each appropriate discipline: a. Floor plans. b. Reflected ceiling plans. B. Web-Based Project Software: Use Architect's web-based Project software site for purposes of hosting and managing Project communication and documentation until Final Completion. C. PDF Document Preparation:Where PDFs are required to be submitted to Architect, prepare as follows: 1. Assemble complete submittal package into a single indexed file incorporating submittal requirements of a single Specification Section and transmittal form with links enabling navigation to each item. 2. Name file with submittal number or other unique identifier, including revision identifier. 3. Certifications: Where digitally submitted certificates and certifications are required, provide a digital signature with digital certificate on where indicated. 1.8 PROJECT MEETINGS A. General: Schedule and conduct meetings and conferences at Project site unless otherwise indicated. 1. Attendees: Inform participants and others involved, and individuals whose presence is required, of date and time of each meeting. Notify Owner and Architect of scheduled meeting dates and times a minimum of 10 working days prior to meeting. 2. Agenda: Prepare meeting agenda. Distribute agenda to invited attendees. 3. Minutes: Entity responsible for conducting meeting will record significant discussions and agreements achieved. Distribute the meeting minutes to everyone concerned, including Owner and Architect,within three days of the meeting. B. Preconstruction Conference: Architect will schedule and conduct a preconstruction conference before starting construction, at a time convenient to Owner and Architect, but no later than 15days after execution of the Agreement. 1. Attendees: Authorized representatives of Owner Architect, and their consultants; Contractor and its superintendent; major subcontractors; suppliers; and other concerned parties shall attend the conference. Participants at the conference shall be familiar with Project and authorized to conclude matters relating to the Work. 2. Agenda: Discuss items of significance that could affect progress, including the following: a. Responsibilities and personnel assignments. b. Tentative construction schedule. c. Critical work sequencing and long lead items. d. Designation of key personnel and their duties. e. Lines of communications. f. Use of web-based Project software. g. Procedures for processing field decisions and Change Orders. h. Procedures for RFIs. i. Procedures for testing and inspecting. j. Procedures for processing Applications for Payment. k. Distribution of the Contract Documents. I. Submittal procedures. m. Preparation of Record Documents. n. Use of the premises. o. Work restrictions. p. Working hours. q. Owner's occupancy requirements. r. Responsibility for temporary facilities and controls. s. Procedures for moisture and mold control. t. Procedures for disruptions and shutdowns. u. Construction waste management and recycling. v. Parking availability. w. Office,work,and storage areas. x. Equipment deliveries and priorities. PROJECT MANAGEMENT AND COORDINATION 013100-4 City of Round Rock Public Library PGAL Round Rock,Texas 1003317 Issue for Construction December 08, 2020 y. First aid. z. Security. aa. Progress cleaning. 3. Minutes: Entity responsible for conducting meeting will record and distribute meeting minutes. C. Preinstallation Conferences: Conduct a preinstallation conference at Project site before each construction activity when required by other sections and when required for coordination with other construction. 1. Attendees: Installer and representatives of manufacturers and fabricators involved in or affected by the installation and its coordination or integration with other materials and installations that have preceded or will follow,shall attend the meeting.Advise Architect of scheduled meeting dates. 2. Agenda: Review progress of other construction activities and preparations for the particular activity under consideration, including requirements for the following: a. Contract Documents. b. Options. c. Related RFIs. d. Related Change Orders. e. Purchases. f. Deliveries. g. Submittals. h. Review of mockups. i. Possible conflicts. j. Compatibility requirements. k. Time schedules. I. Weather limitations. m. Manufacturer's written instructions. n. Warranty requirements. o. Compatibility of materials. P. Acceptability of substrates. q. Temporary facilities and controls. r. Space and access limitations. s. Regulations of authorities having jurisdiction. t. Testing and inspecting requirements. u. Installation procedures. v. Coordination with other work. w. Required performance results. x. Protection of adjacent work. y. Protection of construction and personnel. 3. Record significant conference discussions, agreements, and disagreements, including required corrective measures and actions. 4. Reporting: Distribute minutes of the meeting to each party present and to other parties requiring information. 5. Do not proceed with installation if the conference cannot be successfully concluded. Initiate whatever actions are necessary to resolve impediments to performance of the Work and reconvene the conference at earliest feasible date. D. Project Closeout Conference: Schedule and conduct a project closeout conference,at a time convenient to Owner and Architect, but no later than 90 days prior to the scheduled date of Substantial Completion. 1. Conduct the conference to review requirements and responsibilities related to Project closeout. 2. Attendees:Authorized representatives of Owner, Architect, and their consultants; Contractor and its superintendent; major subcontractors; suppliers; and other concerned parties shall attend the meeting. Participants at the meeting shall be familiar with Project and authorized to conclude matters relating to the Work. 3. Agenda: Discuss items of significance that could affect or delay Project closeout, including the following: a. Preparation of Record Documents. b. Procedures required prior to inspection for Substantial Completion and for final inspection for acceptance. c. Procedures for completing and archiving web-based Project software site data files. d. Submittal of written warranties. e. Requirements for completing sustainable design documentation. f. Requirements for preparing operations and maintenance data. g. Requirements for delivery of material samples,attic stock,and spare parts. PROJECT MANAGEMENT AND COORDINATION 013100-5 City of Round Rock Public Library PGAL Round Rock,Texas 1003317 Issue for Construction December 08,2020 h. Requirements for demonstration and training. i. Preparation of Contractor's punch list. j. Procedures for processing Applications for Payment at Substantial Completion and for final payment. k. Submittal procedures. I. Owner's partial occupancy requirements. m. Installation of Owner's furniture,fixtures, and equipment. n. Responsibility for removing temporary facilities and controls. 4. Minutes: Entity conducting meeting will record and distribute meeting minutes. E. Progress Meetings: Conduct progress meetings at weekly intervals. 1. Coordinate dates of meetings with preparation of payment requests. 2. Attendees: In addition to representatives of Owner and Architect,subcontractor, supplier, and other entity concerned with current progress or involved in planning, coordination, or performance of future activities shall be represented at these meetings. All participants at the meeting shall be familiar with Project and authorized to conclude matters relating to the Work. 3. Agenda: Review and correct or approve minutes of previous progress meeting. Review other items of significance that could affect progress. Include topics for discussion as appropriate to status of Project. a. Contractor's Construction Schedule: Review progress since the last meeting. Determine whether each activity is on time, ahead of schedule, or behind schedule, in relation to Contractor's construction schedule. Determine how construction behind schedule will be expedited; secure commitments from parties involved to do so. Discuss whether schedule revisions are required to ensure that current and subsequent activities will be completed within the Contract Time. 1) Review schedule for next period. b. Review present and future needs of each entity present, including the following: 1) Interface requirements. 2) Sequence of operations. 3) Resolution of BIM component conflicts. 4) Status of submittals. 5) Deliveries. 6) Off-site fabrication. 7) Access. 8) Site use. 9) Temporary facilities and controls. 10) Progress cleaning. 11) Quality and work standards. 12) Status of correction of deficient items. 13) Field observations. 14) Status of RFIs. 15) Status of Proposal Requests. 16) Pending changes. 17) Status of Change Orders. 18) Pending claims and disputes. 19) Documentation of information for payment requests. 4. Minutes: Entity responsible for conducting the meeting will record and distribute the meeting minutes to each party present and to parties requiring information. a. Schedule Updating: Revise Contractor's construction schedule after each progress meeting where revisions to the schedule have been made or recognized. Issue revised schedule concurrently with the report of each meeting. PART 2-PRODUCTS(NOT USED) PART 3-EXECUTION(NOT USED) END OF SECTION PROJECT MANAGEMENT AND COORDINATION 013100-6 CONTRACTOR START UP PRE-CONSTRUCTION City of Round Rock Kick Off Meeting A kick-off meeting will be scheduled before construction begins. Attendees will include: Significant Sub-Contractors, City Vendors, General Contractor (PM, Superintendent, Estimator), CORR's representatives. Civil Construction Pre-Con with Civil Inspectors Storm Water Best Management Practice(BPM)to be installed before Civil Pre-con. Check with Civil Inspector verify BMP plan. Plans stamped FOR CONSTRUCTION must be onsite and the only copy of plans used. Civil Pre-con to be scheduled between General Contractor and Civil Inspector.Civil Inspector will perform Pre-Con meeting and provide necessary forms and documentation. Civil inspection will be tracked through the City's E-Trakit system. Building Pre-Con with Building Official Contractor Information Sheet for Building Permit. The General Contractor's responsibility will be to fill out the contractor information sheet, as well as to make sure plumbing, mechanical, electrical, and irrigation contractors fill out and submit this sheet to the Building Inspection Department immediately after award of the project. The General Contractor is responsible for picking up the final permit. http://www.roundrocktexas.gov/main/wp- content/uploads/20 t 4/1 1/contractor_information_sheet 1.pdf Building Pre-Construction Meeting CORR Building permits and Inspections requires an on-site pre-construction meeting scheduled with the Building Official. • Permitted plans must be onsite • Red-lined/Fire Reviewed plans are always onsite for Building inspection and Fire Marshal During the meeting, a list of inspections specific for the project will be discussed, as well as Inspectors responsible for inspections. Building Inspections must be scheduled by the General Contractor through the City's E-Trakit system. Contractor Startup for Payment The General Contractor must register as a vendor with the City of Round Rock. Vendor Registration: To New Vendor, To do business with the City of Round Rock,please register with the City's vendor database located on our website. https://www.roundrocktexas.gov/departments/purchasing/vendor-central/ Setting up Direct Deposit: The City of Round Rock prefers that vendors use direct deposit for payment. Be sure to fill out this portion of the registration. Submitting a W-9: Part of the Vendor registration process is to submit a W-9 to the City of Round Rock. Tax Exempt Form: The City of Round Rock is a tax-exempt entity. A Tax Exempt Form for the project will be provided by CORR Building Construction Project Manager. Safety and Emergency Procedures Contact List: The City of Round Rock Building Construction Division requires a complete contact list of all key personnel assigned to the project including General Contractors management team, key Subcontractors PM's, and if applicable site Foremen. Media Inquiries Emergency (example: injury or accident) or media on job site: all inquiries must be immediately referred to the City of Round Rock Project Manager for further referral. When questions arise from the news media, a reasonable effort should be made to answer or address them in a timely manner, generally within the business day. The employee will tell the media member they will forward the request immediately to the Communications Director or relevant Public Information officer to ensure the media member will receive prompt response. In the event of an emergency or accident in which new media are responding to the site,stage media in a safe and secure area and follow chain of command for notifying the City of Round Rock. Order of contact: 1) City of Round Rock Building Construction Manager(512) 351-6509 2) Will Hampton, City of Round Rock Communication Director(512)801-4418 3) Sara Bustilloz, City of Round Rock Assistant Communication Director(512) 318-1635 4) Nicholas Olivier, City of Round Rock Police Information Specialist(512)230-1123 Safety OSHA OSHA Logs and reports will need to be up to date and available when or if requested. https://www.osha.gov/recordkeeping/i ndex.html City of Round Rock Site Guidelines City of Round Rock ✓ Jobsite/work area broom swept before leaving site and as needed during each workday. ✓ Secure perimeter fencing before leaving site. ✓ Follow through with onsite safety and equipment(HARD HATS MUST BE WORN AT ALL TIMES) ✓ Work hours per Round Rock's City Noise Ordinance: Monday—Friday, 7:00 am—6:00 pm Saturday& Sunday, 9:00 am—6:00 pm The City of Round Rock no longer issues exemptions to the noise ordinance. V Owner is not responsible for missing/stolen/or damaged material. ✓ Contractor will provide and maintain Site Visitor Sign In/Out sheet. ✓ Professional language will only be allowed,no profanity,or lewd language. ✓ No smoking or tobacco will be allowed on site except for in designated smoking/tobacco areas. V No food or drink(other than water),will be allowed inside the construction fence. I Follow all site guidelines specified in the construction documents. City of Round Rock Public Library PGAL Round Rock,Texas 1003317 Issue for Construction December 08,2020 SECTION 013200 CONSTRUCTION PROGRESS DOCUMENTATION PART 1 -GENERAL 1.1 SUMMARY A. Section includes administrative and procedural requirements for documenting the progress of construction during performance of the Work, including the following: 1. Contractor's Construction Schedule. 2. Daily construction reports. 3. Material location reports. 4. Site condition reports. 5. Unusual event reports. 1.2 DEFINITIONS A. Activity: A discrete part of a project that can be identified for planning, scheduling, monitoring, and controlling the construction Project. Activities included in a construction schedule consume time and resources. 1. Critical Activity: An activity on the critical path that must start and finish on the planned early start and finish times. 2. Predecessor Activity:An activity that precedes another activity in the network. 3. Successor Activity:An activity that follows another activity in the network. B. Cost Loading:The allocation of the schedule of values for completing an activity as scheduled. The sum of costs for all activities must equal the total Contract Sum. C. CPM: Critical path method, which is a method of planning and scheduling a construction project where activities are arranged based on activity relationships. Network calculations determine when activities can be performed and the critical path of Project. D. Critical Path: The longest connected chain of interdependent activities through the network schedule that establishes the minimum overall Project duration and contains no float. E. Event:The starting or ending point of an activity. F. Float:The measure of leeway in starting and completing an activity. 1. Float time is not for the exclusive use or benefit of either Owner or Contractor, but is a jointly owned, expiring Project resource available to both parties as needed to meet schedule milestones and Contract completion date. 2. Free float is the amount of time an activity can be delayed without adversely affecting the early start of the successor activity. 3. Total float is the measure of leeway in starting or completing an activity without adversely affecting the planned Project completion date. G. Resource Loading: The allocation of manpower and equipment necessary for completing an activity as scheduled. 1.3 INFORMATIONAL SUBMITTALS A. Format for Submittals: Submit required submittals in the following format: 1. Working electronic copy of schedule file,where indicated. 2. PDF file. B. Contractor's Construction Schedule: Initial schedule, of size required to display entire schedule for entire construction period. 1. Submit a working digital copy of schedule, using software indicated, and labeled to comply with requirements for submittals. C. CPM Reports: Concurrent with CPM schedule, submit each of the following reports. Format for each activity in reports shall contain activity number, activity description, cost and resource loading, original duration, remaining duration, early start date, early finish date, late start date, late finish date, and total float in calendar days. 1. Activity Report: List of activities sorted by activity number and then early start date, or actual start date if known. CONSTRUCTION PROGRESS DOCUMENTATION 013200- 1 City of Round Rock Public Library PGAL Round Rock,Texas 1003317 Issue for Construction December 08, 2020 2. Logic Report: List of preceding and succeeding activities for each activity, sorted in ascending order by activity number and then by early start date, or actual start date if known. 3. Total Float Report: List of activities sorted in ascending order of total float. 4. Earnings Report: Compilation of Contractor's total earnings from commencement of the Work until most recent Application for Payment. D. Construction Schedule Updating Reports: Submit with Applications for Payment. E. Daily Construction Reports: Submit at weekly intervals. F. Material Location Reports: Submit at monthly intervals. G. Site Condition Reports: Submit at time of discovery of differing conditions. H. Unusual Event Reports: Submit at time of unusual event. I. Qualification Data: For scheduling consultant. 1.4 QUALITY ASSURANCE A. Scheduling Consultant Qualifications: An experienced specialist in CPM scheduling and reporting, with capability of producing CPM reports and diagrams within 24 hours of Architect's request. B. Prescheduling Conference: Conduct conference at Project site to comply with requirements in Section 013100 "Project Management and Coordination." Review methods and procedures related to the preliminary construction schedule and Contractor's Construction Schedule, including, but not limited to,the following: 1. Review software limitations and content and format for reports. 2. Verify availability of qualified personnel needed to develop and update schedule. 3. Discuss constraints, including work stages and interim milestones. 4. Review delivery dates for Owner-furnished products. 5. Review schedule for work of Owner's separate contracts. 6. Review submittal requirements and procedures. 7. Review time required for review of submittals and resubmittals. 8. Review requirements for tests and inspections by independent testing and inspecting agencies. 9. Review time required for Project closeout and Owner startup procedures. 10. Review and finalize list of construction activities to be included in schedule. 11. Review procedures for updating schedule. 1.5 COORDINATION A. Coordinate Contractor's Construction Schedule with the schedule of values, submittal schedule, progress reports, payment requests,and other required schedules and reports. 1. Secure time commitments for performing critical elements of the Work from entities involved. 2. Coordinate each construction activity in the network with other activities and schedule them in proper sequence. 1.6 CONTRACTOR'S CONSTRUCTION SCHEDULE, GENERAL A. Computer Scheduling Software: Prepare schedules using current version of a program that has been developed specifically to manage construction schedules. 1. Use Microsoft Project,for current Windows operating system. B. Scheduling Consultant: Engage a consultant to provide planning, evaluation, and reporting using CPM scheduling. 1. In-House Option: Owner may waive requirement to retain a consultant if Contractor employs skilled personnel with experience in CPM scheduling and reporting techniques. Submit qualifications. 2. Meetings: Scheduling consultant shall attend all meetings related to Project progress, alleged delays,and time impact. C. Time Frame: Extend schedule from date established for commencement of the Work to date of Substantial Completion. 1. Contract completion date shall not be changed by submission of a schedule that shows an early completion date, unless specifically authorized by Change Order. D. Activities: Treat each floor or separate area as a separate numbered activity for each main element of the Work. Comply with the following: 1. Activity Duration: Define activities so no activity is longer than 20 days, unless specifically allowed by Architect. CONSTRUCTION PROGRESS DOCUMENTATION 013200-2 City of Round Rock Public Library PGAL Round Rock,Texas 1003317 Issue for Construction December 08,2020 2. Procurement Activities: Include procurement process activities for the following long lead items and major items, requiring a cycle of more than 60 days, as separate activities in schedule. Procurement cycle activities include, but are not limited to, submittals, approvals, purchasing, fabrication,and delivery. 3. Submittal Review Time: Include review and resubmittal times indicated in Section 013300 "Submittal Procedures" in schedule. Coordinate submittal review times in Contractor's Construction Schedule with submittal schedule. 4. Startup and Testing Time: Include no fewer than 15 days for startup and testing. 5. Commissioning Time: Include no fewer than 15 days for commissioning. 6. Substantial Completion: Indicate completion in advance of date established for Substantial Completion, and allow time for Architect's administrative procedures necessary for certification of Substantial Completion. 7. Punch List and Final Completion: Include not more than 30 days for completion of punch list items and final completion. E. Constraints: Include constraints and work restrictions indicated in the Contract Documents and as follows in schedule,and show how the sequence of the Work is affected. 1. Work by Owner: Include a separate activity for each portion of the Work performed by Owner. 2. Owner-Furnished Products: Include a separate activity for each product. Include delivery date indicated in Section 011000 "Summary." Delivery dates indicated stipulate the earliest possible delivery date. 3. Work Restrictions: Show the effect of the following items on the schedule: a. Seasonal variations. b. Environmental control. 4. Work Stages: Indicate important stages of construction for each major portion of the Work, including,but not limited to,the following: a. Subcontract awards. b. Submittals. c. Purchases. d. Mockups. e. Fabrication. f. Sample testing. g. Deliveries. h. Installation. i. Tests and inspections. j. Adjusting. k. Curing. I. Startup and placement into final use and operation. m. Commissioning. 5. Construction Areas: Identify each major area of construction for each major portion of the Work. Indicate where each construction activity within a major area must be sequenced or integrated with other construction activities to provide for the following: a. Structural completion. b. Temporary enclosure and space conditioning. c. Permanent space enclosure. d. Completion of mechanical installation. e. Completion of electrical installation. f. Substantial Completion. F. Milestones: Include milestones indicated in the Contract Documents in schedule, including, but not limited to, the Notice to Proceed, Substantial Completion, and final completion,and the following interim milestones: 1. Temporary enclosure and space conditioning. 2. G. Cost Correlation: Superimpose a cost correlation timeline, indicating planned and actual costs. On the line, show planned and actual dollar volume of the Work performed as of planned and actual dates used for preparation of payment requests. 1. See Section 012900"Payment Procedures"for cost reporting and payment procedures. H. Upcoming Work Summary: Prepare summary report indicating activities scheduled to occur or commence prior to submittal of next schedule update. Summarize the following issues: 1. Unresolved issues. CONSTRUCTION PROGRESS DOCUMENTATION 013200-3 City of Round Rock Public Library PGAL Round Rock,Texas 1003317 Issue for Construction December 08, 2020 2. Unanswered Requests for Information. 3. Rejected or unreturned submittals. 4. Notations on returned submittals. 5. Pending modifications affecting the Work and the Contract Time. I. Contractor's Construction Schedule Updating: At monthly intervals, update schedule to reflect actual construction progress and activities. Issue schedule one week before each regularly scheduled progress meeting. 1. Revise schedule immediately after each meeting or other activity where revisions have been recognized or made. Issue updated schedule concurrently with the report of each such meeting. 2. Include a report with updated schedule that indicates every change, including, but not limited to, changes in logic,durations,actual starts and finishes, and activity durations. 3. As the Work progresses, indicate final completion percentage for each activity. J. Recovery Schedule: When periodic update indicates the Work is 14 or more calendar days behind the current approved schedule, submit a separate recovery schedule indicating means by which Contractor intends to regain compliance with the schedule. Indicate changes to working hours, working days, crew sizes,equipment required to achieve compliance,and date by which recovery will be accomplished. K. Distribution: Distribute copies of approved schedule to Architect Owner, separate contractors, testing and inspecting agencies, and other parties identified by Contractor with a need-to-know schedule responsibility. 1. Post copies in Project meeting rooms and temporary field offices. 2. When revisions are made, distribute updated schedules to the same parties and post in the same locations. Delete parties from distribution when they have completed their assigned portion of the Work and are no longer involved in performance of construction activities. 1.7 CPM SCHEDULE REQUIREMENTS A. General: Prepare network diagrams using AON(activity-on-node)format. B. Startup Network Diagram: Submit diagram within 14 days of date established for commencement of the Work. Outline significant construction activities for the first 90 days of construction. Include skeleton diagram for the remainder of the Work and a cash requirement prediction based on indicated activities. C. CPM Schedule: Prepare Contractor's Construction Schedule using a cost- and resource-loaded, time-scaled CPM network analysis diagram for the Work. 1. Develop network diagram in sufficient time to submit CPM schedule so it can be accepted for use no later than 60 days after date established for commencement of the Work. a. Failure to include any work item required for performance of this Contract shall not excuse Contractor from completing all work within applicable completion dates. 2. Conduct educational workshops to train and inform key Project personnel, including subcontractors' personnel, in proper methods of providing data and using CPM schedule information. 3. Establish procedures for monitoring and updating CPM schedule and for reporting progress. Coordinate procedures with progress meeting and payment request dates. 4. Use "one workday" as the unit of time for individual activities. Indicate nonworking days and holidays incorporated into the schedule to coordinate with the Contract Time. D. CPM Schedule Preparation: Prepare a list of all activities required to complete the Work. Using the startup network diagram, prepare a skeleton network to identify probable critical paths. 1. Activities: Indicate the estimated time duration, sequence requirements, and relationship of each activity in relation to other activities. Include estimated time frames for the following activities: a. Preparation and processing of submittals. b. Mobilization and demobilization. c. Purchase of materials. d. Delivery. e. Fabrication. f. Utility interruptions. g. Installation. h. Work by Owner that may affect or be affected by Contractor's activities. i. Testing and inspection. j. Punch list and final completion. k. Activities occurring following final completion. 2. Critical Path Activities: Identify critical path activities, including those for interim completion dates. Scheduled start and completion dates shall be consistent with Contract milestone dates. CONSTRUCTION PROGRESS DOCUMENTATION 013200-4 City of Round Rock Public Library PGAL Round Rock, Texas 1003317 Issue for Construction December 08,2020 3. Processing: Process data to produce output data on a computer-drawn, time-scaled network. Revise data, reorganize activity sequences, and reproduce as often as necessary to produce the CPM schedule within the limitations of the Contract Time. 4. Format: Mark the critical path. Locate the critical path near center of network; locate paths with most float near the edges. a. Subnetworks on separate sheets are permissible for activities clearly off the critical path. 5. Cost-and Resource-Loading of CPM Schedule: Assign cost to construction activities on the CPM schedule. Do not assign costs to submittal activities. Obtain Architect's approval prior to assigning costs to fabrication and delivery activities. Assign costs under main subcontracts for testing and commissioning activities, operation and maintenance manuals, punch list activities, Project record documents, and demonstration and training (if applicable), in the amount of 5 percent of the Contract Sum. a. Each activity cost shall reflect an appropriate value subject to approval by Architect. b. Total cost assigned to activities shall equal the total Contract Sum. E. Contract Modifications: For each proposed contract modification and concurrent with its submission, prepare a time-impact analysis using a network fragment to demonstrate the effect of the proposed change on the overall Project schedule. F. Initial Issue of Schedule: Prepare initial network diagram from a sorted activity list indicating straight"early start-total float."Identify critical activities. Prepare tabulated reports showing the following: 1. Contractor or subcontractor and the Work or activity. 2. Description of activity. 3. Main events of activity. 4. Immediate preceding and succeeding activities. 5. Early and late start dates. 6. Early and late finish dates. 7. Activity duration in workdays. 8. Total float or slack time. 9. Average size of workforce. 10. Dollar value of activity(coordinated with the schedule of values). G. Schedule Updating: Concurrent with making revisions to schedule, prepare tabulated reports showing the following: 1. Identification of activities that have changed. 2. Changes in early and late start dates. 3. Changes in early and late finish dates. 4. Changes in activity durations in workdays. 5. Changes in the critical path. 6. Changes in total float or slack time. 7. Changes in the Contract Time. H. Value Summaries: Prepare two cumulative value lists,sorted by finish dates. 1. In first list,tabulate activity number,early finish date,dollar value, and cumulative dollar value. 2. In second list,tabulate activity number,late finish date, dollar value, and cumulative dollar value. 3. In subsequent issues of both lists, substitute actual finish dates for activities completed as of list date. 4. Prepare list for ease of comparison with payment requests; coordinate timing with progress meetings. a. In both value summary lists, tabulate "actual percent complete" and "cumulative value completed"with total at bottom. b. Submit value summary printouts one week before each regularly scheduled progress meeting. 1.8 REPORTS A. Daily Construction Reports: Prepare a daily construction report recording the following information concerning events at Project site: 1. List of subcontractors at Project site. 2. List of separate contractors at Project site. 3. Approximate count of personnel at Project site. 4. Equipment at Project site. 5. Material deliveries. 6. High and low temperatures and general weather conditions, including presence of rain or snow. CONSTRUCTION PROGRESS DOCUMENTATION 013200-5 City of Round Rock Public Library PGAL Round Rock,Texas 1003317 Issue for Construction December 08,2020 7. Testing and inspection. 8. Accidents. 9. Meetings and significant decisions. 10. Unusual events. 11. Stoppages,delays,shortages, and losses. 12. Meter readings and similar recordings. 13. Emergency procedures. 14. Orders and requests of authorities having jurisdiction. 15. Change Orders received and implemented. 16. Construction Change Directives received and implemented. 17. Services connected and disconnected. 18. Equipment or system tests and startups. 19. Substantial Completions authorized. B. Material Location Reports: At monthly intervals, prepare and submit a comprehensive list of materials delivered to and stored at Project site. List shall be cumulative, showing materials previously reported plus items recently delivered. Include with list a statement of progress on and delivery dates for materials or items of equipment fabricated or stored away from Project site. Indicate the following categories for stored materials: 1. Material stored prior to previous report and remaining in storage. 2. Material stored prior to previous report and since removed from storage and installed. 3. Material stored following previous report and remaining in storage. C. Site Condition Reports: Immediately on discovery of a difference between site conditions and the Contract Documents, prepare and submit a detailed report. Submit with a Request for Information. Include a detailed description of the differing conditions, together with recommendations for changing the Contract Documents. D. Unusual Event Reports: When an event of an unusual and significant nature occurs at Project site, whether or not related directly to the Work, prepare and submit a special report. List chain of events, persons participating, responses by Contractor's personnel, evaluation of results or effects, and similar pertinent information.Advise Owner in advance when these events are known or predictable. 1. Submit unusual event reports directly to Owner within one day(s) of an occurrence. Distribute copies of report to parties affected by the occurrence. PART 2-PRODUCTS(NOT USED) PART 3-EXECUTION(NOT USED) END OF SECTION CONSTRUCTION PROGRESS DOCUMENTATION 013200-6 City of Round Rock Public Library PGAL Round Rock,Texas 1003317 Issue for Construction December 08,2020 SECTION 013233 PHOTOGRAPHIC DOCUMENTATION PART 1 -GENERAL 1.1 SUMMARY A. Section includes administrative and procedural requirements for the following: 1. Preconstruction photographs. 2. Periodic construction photographs. 3. Aerial photographs. 4. Final completion construction photographs. 5. Preconstruction video recordings. 6. Periodic construction video recordings. 1.2 INFORMATIONAL SUBMITTALS A. Key Plan: Submit key plan of Project site and building with notation of vantage points marked for location and direction of each photograph and video recording. Indicate elevation or story of construction. Include same information as corresponding photographic documentation. B. Digital Photographs: Submit image files within three days of taking photographs. 1. Submit photos by uploading to web-based project software site. Include copy of key plan indicating each photograph's location and direction. 2. Identification: Provide the following information with each image description in file metadata tag: a. Name of Project. b. Name and contact information for photographer. c. Name of Architect. d. Name of Contractor. e. Date photograph was taken. f. Description of location,vantage point, and direction. g. Unique sequential identifier keyed to accompanying key plan. C. Video Recordings: Submit video recordings within seven days of recording. 1. Submit video recordings by uploading to web-based project software site. Include copy of key plan indicating each video's location and direction. 2. Identification:With each submittal, provide the following information in file metadata tag: a. Name of Project. b. Name and address of photographer. c. Name of Architect. d. Name of Contractor. e. Date video recording was recorded. f. Description of vantage point, indicating location, direction(by compass point), and elevation or story of construction. 1.3 QUALITY ASSURANCE A. Aerial Photographer Qualifications: An individual who has been regularly engaged as a professional photographer of construction projects for not less than three years. 1.4 FORMATS AND MEDIA A. Digital Photographs: Provide color images in JPG format, produced by a digital camera with minimum sensor size of 12 megapixels, and at an image resolution of not less than 3200 by 2400 pixels. Use flash in low light levels or backlit conditions. B. Digital Video Recordings: Provide high-resolution, digital video in MPEG format, produced by a digital camera with minimum sensor resolution of 12 megapixels and capable of recording in full high-definition mode with vibration-reduction technology. Provide supplemental lighting in low light levels or backlit conditions. C. Digital Images: Submit digital media as originally recorded in the digital camera, without alteration, manipulation,editing,or modifications using image-editing software. D. Metadata: Record accurate date and time from camera. PHOTOGRAPHIC DOCUMENTATION 013233-1 City of Round Rock Public Library PGAL Round Rock,Texas 1003317 Issue for Construction December 08,2020 E. File Names: Name media files with date, Project area, and sequential numbering suffix. 1.5 CONSTRUCTION PHOTOGRAPHS A. General:Take photographs with maximum depth of field and in focus. 1. Maintain key plan with each set of construction photographs that identifies each photographic location. B. Preconstruction Photographs: Before starting the Work, take photographs of Project site and surrounding properties, including existing items to remain during construction,from different vantage points, as directed by. 1. Flag construction limits before taking construction photographs. 2. Take 20 photographs to show existing conditions adjacent to property before starting the Work. 3. Take 20 photographs of existing buildings either on or adjoining property to accurately record physical conditions at start of construction. 4. Take additional photographs as required to record settlement or cracking of adjacent structures, pavements, and improvements. C. Periodic Construction Photographs: Take 20 photographs monthly coinciding with the cutoff date associated with each Application for Payment. Select vantage points to show status of construction and progress since last photographs were taken. D. Time-Lapse Sequence Construction Photographs: Take 20 photographs as indicated, to show status of construction and progress since last photographs were taken. 1. Frequency:Take photographs monthly, on the same date each month. 2. Vantage Points: Following suggestions by Architect and Contractor, photographer to select vantage points. During each of the following construction phases, take not less than two of the required shots from same vantage point each time to create a time-lapse sequence as follows: a. Commencement of the Work,through completion of subgrade construction. b. Above-grade structural framing. c. Exterior building enclosure. d. Interior Work,through date of Substantial Completion. E. Aerial Construction Photographs: Take 20 aerial photographs monthly coinciding with the cutoff date associated with each Application for Payment. Select vantage points to show status of construction and progress since last photographs were taken. F. Final Completion Construction Photographs: Take 20 photographs after date of Substantial Completion for submission as Project Record Documents.Architect will inform photographer of desired vantage points. 1.6 CONSTRUCTION VIDEO RECORDINGS A. Narration: Describe scenes on video recording by audio narration by microphone while video recording is recorded. Include description of items being viewed, recent events, and planned activities.At each change in location, describe vantage point, location, direction (by compass point), and elevation or story of construction. 1. Confirm date and time at beginning and end of recording. 2. Begin each video recording with name of Project, Contractor's name, videographer's name, and Project location. B. Preconstruction Video Recording: Before starting the Work, record video recording of Project site and surrounding properties from different vantage points, as directed by Architect. 1. Flag construction limits before recording construction video recordings. 2. Show existing conditions adjacent to Project site before starting the Work. 3. Show existing buildings either on or adjoining Project site to accurately record physical conditions at the start of the Work. 4. Show protection efforts by Contractor. C. Periodic Construction Video Recordings: Record video recording monthly, coinciding with the cutoff date associated with each Application for Payment. Select vantage points to show status of construction and progress since last video recordings were recorded. Minimum recording time shall be 30 minutes. PART 2-PRODUCTS(NOT USED) PART 3-EXECUTION(NOT USED) END OF SECTION PHOTOGRAPHIC DOCUMENTATION 013233-2 City of Round Rock Public Library PGAL Round Rock,Texas 1003317 Issue for Construction December 08,2020 SECTION 013300 SUBMITTAL PROCEDURES PART 1 -GENERAL 1.1 SUMMARY A. Section Includes: 1. Submittal schedule requirements. 2. Administrative and procedural requirements for submittals. 1.2 DEFINITIONS A. Action Submittals: Written and graphic information and physical samples that require Architect's responsive action. Action submittals are those submittals indicated in individual Specification Sections as "action submittals." B. Informational Submittals: Written and graphic information and physical samples that do not require Architect's responsive action. Submittals may be rejected for not complying with requirements. Informational submittals are those submittals indicated in individual Specification Sections as "informational submittals." 1.3 SUBMITTAL SCHEDULE A. Submittal Schedule: Submit, as an action submittal, a list of submittals, arranged in chronological order by dates required by construction schedule. Include time required for review, ordering, manufacturing, fabrication, and delivery when establishing dates. Include additional time required for making corrections or revisions to submittals noted by Architect and additional time for handling and reviewing submittals required by those corrections. 1. Coordinate submittal schedule with list of subcontracts, the schedule of values, and Contractor's construction schedule. 2. Initial Submittal: Submit concurrently with startup construction schedule. Include submittals required during the first 60 days of construction. List those submittals required to maintain orderly progress of the Work and those required early because of long lead time for manufacture or fabrication. 3. Final Submittal: Submit concurrently with the first complete submittal of Contractor's construction schedule. a. Submit revised submittal schedule to reflect changes in current status and timing for submittals. 4. Format:Arrange the following information in a tabular format: a. Scheduled date for first submittal. b. Specification Section number and title. c. Submittal Category:Action; informational. d. Name of subcontractor. e. Description of the Work covered. f. Scheduled date for Architect's final release or approval. g. Scheduled dates for purchasing. h. Scheduled date of fabrication. i. Scheduled dates for installation. j. Activity or event number. 1.4 SUBMITTAL FORMATS A. Submittal Information: Include the following information in each submittal: 1. Project name. 2. Date. 3. Name of Architect. 4. Name of Contractor. 5. Name of firm or entity that prepared submittal. 6. Names of subcontractor,manufacturer,and supplier. 7. Unique submittal number, including revision identifier. Include Specification Section number with sequential alphanumeric identifier; and alphanumeric suffix for resubmittals. SUBMITTAL PROCEDURES 013300-1 City of Round Rock Public Library PGAL Round Rock,Texas 1003317 Issue for Construction December 08,2020 8. Category and type of submittal. 9. Submittal purpose and description. 10. Number and title of Specification Section, with paragraph number and generic name for each of multiple items. 11. Drawing number and detail references, as appropriate. 12. Indication of full or partial submittal. 13. Location(s)where product is to be installed, as appropriate. 14. Other necessary identification. 15. Remarks. 16. Signature of transmitter. B. Options: Identify options requiring selection by Architect. C. Deviations and Additional Information: On each submittal, clearly indicate deviations from requirements in the Contract Documents, including minor variations and limitations; include relevant additional information and revisions, other than those requested by Architect on previous submittals. Indicate by highlighting on each submittal or noting on attached separate sheet. D. Submittals for Web-Based Project Software: Prepare submittals as PDF files, or other format indicated by Project software website. 1.5 SUBMITTAL PROCEDURES A. Prepare and submit submittals required by individual Specification Sections. Types of submittals are indicated in individual Specification Sections. 1. Web-Based Project Software: Prepare submittals in PDF form, and upload to web-based Project software website. Enter required data in web-based software site to fully identify submittal. B. Coordination: Coordinate preparation and processing of submittals with performance of construction activities. 1. Coordinate each submittal with fabrication, purchasing, testing, delivery, other submittals, and related activities that require sequential activity. 2. Submit all submittal items required for each Specification Section concurrently unless partial submittals for portions of the Work are indicated on approved submittal schedule. 3. Submit action submittals and informational submittals required by the same Specification Section as separate packages under separate transmittals. 4. Coordinate transmittal of submittals for related parts of the Work specified in different Sections so processing will not be delayed because of need to review submittals concurrently for coordination. a. Architect reserves the right to withhold action on a submittal requiring coordination with other submittals until related submittals are received. C. Processing Time: Allow time for submittal review, including time for resubmittals, as follows. Time for review shall commence on Architect's receipt of submittal. No extension of the Contract Time will be authorized because of failure to transmit submittals enough in advance of the Work to permit processing, including resubmittals. 1. Initial Review:Allow 15 days for initial review of each submittal.Allow additional time if coordination with subsequent submittals is required. Architect will advise Contractor when a submittal being processed must be delayed for coordination. 2. Intermediate Review: If intermediate submittal is necessary, process it in same manner as initial submittal. 3. Resubmittal Review:Allow 15 days for review of each resubmittal. 4. Sequential Review: Where sequential review of submittals by Architect's consultants, Owner, or other parties is indicated, allow 21 days for initial review of each submittal. D. Resubmittals: Make resubmittals in same form and number of copies as initial submittal. 1. Note date and content of previous submittal. 2. Note date and content of revision in label or title block and clearly indicate extent of revision. 3. Resubmit submittals until they are marked with approval notation from Architect's action stamp. E. Distribution: Furnish copies of final submittals to manufacturers, subcontractors, suppliers, fabricators, installers, authorities having jurisdiction, and others as necessary for performance of construction activities. Show distribution on transmittal forms. F. Use for Construction: Retain complete copies of submittals on Project site. Use only final action submittals that are marked with approval notation from Architect's action stamp. SUBMITTAL PROCEDURES 013300-2 City of Round Rock Public Library PGAL Round Rock,Texas 1003317 Issue for Construction December 08, 2020 1.6 SUBMITTAL REQUIREMENTS A. Product Data: Collect information into a single submittal for each element of construction and type of product or equipment. 1. If information must be specially prepared for submittal because standard published data are unsuitable for use,submit as Shop Drawings, not as Product Data. 2. Mark each copy of each submittal to show which products and options are applicable. Mark each product, material, size, color, configuration, and assembly proposed for use on project. 3. Include the following information,as applicable: a. Manufacturer's catalog cuts. b. Manufacturer's product specifications. c. Standard color charts. d. Statement of compliance with specified referenced standards. e. Testing by recognized testing agency. f. Application of testing agency labels and seals. g. Notation of coordination requirements. h. Availability and delivery time information. 4. For equipment, include the following in addition to the above,as applicable: a. Wiring diagrams that show factory-installed wiring. b. Printed performance curves. c. Operational range diagrams. d. Clearances required to other construction, if not indicated on accompanying Shop Drawings. 5. Submit Product Data before Shop Drawings,and before or concurrent with Samples. 6. Submittals received that are not clearly noted and marked as specified herein will be returned without review. Resubmit with appropriate information. B. Shop Drawings: Prepare Project-specific information, drawn accurately to scale. Do not base Shop Drawings on reproductions of the Contract Documents or standard printed data unless submittal based on Architect's digital data drawing files is otherwise permitted. 1. Preparation: Fully illustrate requirements in the Contract Documents. Include the following information, as applicable: a. Identification of products. b. Schedules. c. Compliance with specified standards. d. Notation of coordination requirements. e. Notation of dimensions established by field measurement. f. Relationship and attachment to adjoining construction clearly indicated. g. Seal and signature of professional engineer if specified. 2. BIM Incorporation: Develop and incorporate Shop Drawing files into BIM established for Project. C. Samples: Submit Samples for review of kind,color, pattern,and texture for a check of these characteristics with other materials. 1. Transmit Samples that contain multiple, related components such as accessories together in one submittal package. 2. Identification: Permanently attach label on unexposed side of Samples that includes the following: a. Project name and submittal number. b. Generic description of Sample. c. Product name and name of manufacturer. d. Sample source. e. Number and title of applicable Specification Section. f. Specification paragraph number and generic name of each item. 3. Web-Based Project Software: Prepare submittals in PDF form, and upload to web-based Project software website. Enter required data in web-based software site to fully identify submittal. 4. Paper Transmittal: Include paper transmittal including complete submittal information indicated. 5. Disposition: Maintain sets of approved Samples at Project site, available for quality-control comparisons throughout the course of construction activity. Sample sets may be used to determine final acceptance of construction associated with each set. a. Samples that may be incorporated into the Work are indicated in individual Specification Sections. Such Samples must be in an undamaged condition at time of use. b. Samples not incorporated into the Work, or otherwise designated as Owner's property, are the property of Contractor. SUBMITTAL PROCEDURES 013300-3 City of Round Rock Public Library PGAL Round Rock,Texas 1003317 Issue for Construction December 08, 2020 6. Samples for Initial Selection: Submit manufacturer's color charts consisting of units or sections of units showing the full range of colors,textures, and patterns available. a. Number of Samples: Submit one full set(s)of available choices where color, pattern,texture, or similar characteristics are required to be selected from manufacturer's product line. Architect will return submittal with options selected. 7. Samples for Verification: Submit full-size units or Samples of size indicated, prepared from same material to be used for the Work, cured and finished in manner specified, and physically identical with material or product proposed for use, and that show full range of color and texture variations expected. Samples include, but are not limited to, the following: partial sections of manufactured or fabricated components; small cuts or containers of materials; complete units of repetitively used materials;swatches showing color,texture, and pattern;color range sets;and components used for independent testing and inspection. a. Number of Samples: Submit three sets of Samples. Architect will retain two Sample sets; remainder will be returned. Mark up and retain one returned Sample set as a project record Sample. 1) Submit a single Sample where assembly details, workmanship, fabrication techniques, connections, operation, and other similar characteristics are to be demonstrated. 2) If variation in color, pattern, texture, or other characteristic is inherent in material or product represented by a Sample, submit at least three sets of paired units that show approximate limits of variations. D. Product Schedule: As required in individual Specification Sections, prepare a written summary indicating types of products required for the Work and their intended location. Include the following information in tabular form: 1. Type of product. Include unique identifier for each product indicated in the Contract Documents or assigned by Contractor if none is indicated. 2. Manufacturer and product name,and model number if applicable. 3. Number and name of room or space. 4. Location within room or space. E. Qualification Data: Prepare written information that demonstrates capabilities and experience of firm or person. Include lists of completed projects with project names and addresses, contact information of architects and owners, and other information specified. F. Design Data: Prepare and submit written and graphic information indicating compliance with indicated performance and design criteria in individual Specification Sections. Include list of assumptions and summary of loads. Include load diagrams if applicable. Provide name and version of software, if any, used for calculations. Number each page of submittal. G. Certificates: 1. Certificates and Certifications Submittals: Submit a statement that includes signature of entity responsible for preparing certification. Certificates and certifications shall be signed by an officer or other individual authorized to sign documents on behalf of that entity. Provide a notarized signature where indicated. 2. Installer Certificates: Submit written statements on manufacturer's letterhead certifying that Installer complies with requirements in the Contract Documents and, where required, is authorized by manufacturer for this specific Project. 3. Manufacturer Certificates: Submit written statements on manufacturer's letterhead certifying that manufacturer complies with requirements in the Contract Documents. Include evidence of manufacturing experience where required. 4. Material Certificates: Submit written statements on manufacturer's letterhead certifying that material complies with requirements in the Contract Documents. 5. Product Certificates: Submit written statements on manufacturer's letterhead certifying that product complies with requirements in the Contract Documents. 6. Welding Certificates: Prepare written certification that welding procedures and personnel comply with requirements in the Contract Documents. Submit record of Welding Procedure Specification and Procedure Qualification Record on AWS forms. Include names of firms and personnel certified. H. Test and Research Reports: 1. Compatibility Test Reports: Submit reports written by a qualified testing agency,on testing agency's standard form, indicating and interpreting results of compatibility tests performed before installation of product. Include written recommendations for primers and substrate preparation needed for adhesion. SUBMITTAL PROCEDURES 013300-4 City of Round Rock Public Library PGAL Round Rock,Texas 1003317 Issue for Construction December 08,2020 2. Field Test Reports: Submit written reports indicating and interpreting results of field tests performed either during installation of product or after product is installed in its final location, for compliance with requirements in the Contract Documents. 3. Material Test Reports: Submit reports written by a qualified testing agency, on testing agency's standard form, indicating and interpreting test results of material for compliance with requirements in the Contract Documents. 4. Preconstruction Test Reports: Submit reports written by a qualified testing agency, on testing agency's standard form, indicating and interpreting results of tests performed before installation of product,for compliance with performance requirements in the Contract Documents. 5. Product Test Reports: Submit written reports indicating that current product produced by manufacturer complies with requirements in the Contract Documents. Base reports on evaluation of tests performed by manufacturer and witnessed by a qualified testing agency,or on comprehensive tests performed by a qualified testing agency. 6. Research Reports: Submit written evidence, from a model code organization acceptable to authorities having jurisdiction, that product complies with building code in effect for Project. Include the following information: a. Name of evaluation organization. b. Date of evaluation. c. Time period when report is in effect. d. Product and manufacturers'names. e. Description of product. f. Test procedures and results. g. Limitations of use. 1.7 DELEGATED-DESIGN SERVICES A. Performance and Design Criteria: Where professional design services or certifications by a design professional are specifically required of Contractor by the Contract Documents, provide products and systems complying with specific performance and design criteria indicated. 1. If criteria indicated are insufficient to perform services or certification required, submit a written request for additional information to Architect. B. Delegated-Design Services Certification: In addition to Shop Drawings, Product Data, and other required submittals, submit digitally signed PDF file of certificate, signed and sealed by the responsible design professional,for each product and system specifically assigned to Contractor to be designed or certified by a design professional. 1. Indicate that products and systems comply with performance and design criteria in the Contract Documents. Include list of codes, loads, and other factors used in performing these services. C. BIM Incorporation: Incorporate delegated-design drawing and data files into BIM established for Project. 1. Prepare delegated-design drawings in the following format: Same digital data software program, version,and operating system as original Drawings. 1.8 CONTRACTOR'S REVIEW A. Action Submittals and Informational Submittals: Review each submittal and check for coordination with other Work of the Contract and for compliance with the Contract Documents. Note corrections and field dimensions. Mark with approval stamp before submitting to Architect. B. Contractor's Approval: Indicate Contractor's approval for each submittal with indication in web-based Project software. Include name of reviewer, date of Contractor's approval, and statement certifying that submittal has been reviewed,checked,and approved for compliance with the Contract Documents. 1. Architect will not review submittals received from Contractor that do not have Contractor's review and approval. 1.9 ARCHITECT'S REVIEW A. Action Submittals: Architect will review each submittal, indicate corrections or revisions required, and return it. 1. Submittals by Web-Based Project Software:Architect will indicate, on Project software website,the appropriate action. B. Informational Submittals:Architect will review each submittal and will not return it, or will return it if it does not comply with requirements.Architect will forward each submittal to appropriate party. SUBMITTAL PROCEDURES 013300-5 City of Round Rock Public Library PGAL Round Rock,Texas 1003317 Issue for Construction December 08,2020 C. Partial submittals prepared for a portion of the Work will be reviewed when use of partial submittals has received prior approval from Architect. D. Incomplete submittals are unacceptable, will be considered nonresponsive, and will be returned for resubmittal without review. E. Architect will return without review submittals received from sources other than Contractor. F. Submittals not required by the Contract Documents will be returned by Architect without action. PART 2-PRODUCTS(NOT USED) PART 3-EXECUTION(NOT USED) END OF SECTION SUBMITTAL PROCEDURES 013300-6 City of Round Rock Public Library PGAL Round Rock,Texas 1003317 Issue for Construction December 08,2020 SECTION 014000 QUALITY REQUIREMENTS PART 1 -GENERAL 1.1 SUMMARY A. Section includes administrative and procedural requirements for quality assurance and quality control. B. Testing and inspection services are required to verify compliance with requirements specified or indicated. These services do not relieve Contractor of responsibility for compliance with the Contract Document requirements. 1. Specific quality-assurance and quality-control requirements for individual work results are specified in their respective Specification Sections. Requirements in individual Sections may also cover production of standard products. 2. Specified tests, inspections, and related actions do not limit Contractor's other quality-assurance and quality-control procedures that facilitate compliance with the Contract Document requirements. 3. Requirements for Contractor to provide quality-assurance and quality-control services required by Architect, Owner, or authorities having jurisdiction are not limited by provisions of this Section. 4. Specific test and inspection requirements are not specified in this Section. 1.2 DEFINITIONS A. Experienced: When used with an entity or individual, "experienced" unless otherwise further described means having successfully completed a minimum of five previous projects similar in nature, size, and extent to this Project; being familiar with special requirements indicated; and having complied with requirements of authorities having jurisdiction. B. Field Quality-Control Tests: Tests and inspections that are performed on-site for installation of the Work and for completed Work. C. Installer/Applicator/Erector: Contractor or another entity engaged by Contractor as an employee, Subcontractor, or Sub-subcontractor, to perform a particular construction operation, including installation, erection,application, assembly,and similar operations. 1. Use of trade-specific terminology in referring to a trade or entity does not require that certain construction activities be performed by accredited or unionized individuals, or that requirements specified apply exclusively to specific trade(s). D. Mockups: Full-size physical assemblies that are constructed on-site either as freestanding temporary built elements or as part of permanent construction. Mockups are constructed to verify selections made under Sample submittals; to demonstrate aesthetic effects and qualities of materials and execution; to review coordination, testing, or operation; to show interface between dissimilar materials; and to demonstrate compliance with specified installation tolerances. Mockups are not Samples. Unless otherwise indicated, approved mockups establish the standard by which the Work will be judged. 1. Integrated Exterior Mockups: Mockups of the exterior envelope constructed on-site as freestanding temporary built elements,consisting of multiple products, assemblies, and subassemblies. E. Preconstruction Testing: Tests and inspections performed specifically for Project before products and materials are incorporated into the Work,to verify performance or compliance with specified criteria. F. Product Tests: Tests and inspections that are performed by a nationally recognized testing laboratory (NRTL) according to 29 CFR 1910.7, by a testing agency accredited according to NIST's National Voluntary Laboratory Accreditation Program (NVLAP), or by a testing agency qualified to conduct product testing and acceptable to authorities having jurisdiction, to establish product performance and compliance with specified requirements. G. Source Quality-Control Tests: Tests and inspections that are performed at the source; for example, plant, mill, factory,or shop. H. Testing Agency:An entity engaged to perform specific tests, inspections, or both. Testing laboratory shall mean the same as testing agency. I. Quality-Assurance Services: Activities, actions, and procedures performed before and during execution of the Work to guard against defects and deficiencies and substantiate that proposed construction will comply with requirements. QUALITY REQUIREMENTS 014000-1 City of Round Rock Public Library PGAL Round Rock,Texas 1003317 Issue for Construction December 08,2020 J. Quality-Control Services: Tests, inspections, procedures, and related actions during and after execution of the Work to evaluate that actual products incorporated into the Work and completed construction comply with requirements. Contractor's quality-control services do not include contract administration activities performed by Architect. 1.3 DELEGATED-DESIGN SERVICES A. Performance and Design Criteria: Where professional design services or certifications by a design professional are specifically required of Contractor by the Contract Documents, provide products and systems complying with specific performance and design criteria indicated. 1. If criteria indicated are not sufficient to perform services or certification required, submit a written request for additional information to Architect. 1.4 CONFLICTING REQUIREMENTS A. Conflicting Standards and Other Requirements: If compliance with two or more standards or requirements are specified and the standards or requirements establish different or conflicting requirements for minimum quantities or quality levels, comply with the most stringent requirement. Refer conflicting requirements that are different, but apparently equal,to Architect for direction before proceeding. B. Minimum Quantity or Quality Levels: The quantity or quality level shown or specified shall be the minimum provided or performed. The actual installation may comply exactly with the minimum quantity or quality specified, or it may exceed the minimum within reasonable limits. To comply with these requirements, indicated numeric values are minimum or maximum, as appropriate, for the context of requirements. Refer uncertainties to Architect for a decision before proceeding. 1.5 ACTION SUBMITTALS A. Shop Drawings: For integrated exterior mockups. 1. Include plans,sections, and elevations, indicating materials and size of mockup construction. 2. Indicate manufacturer and model number of individual components. 3. Provide axonometric drawings for conditions difficult to illustrate in two dimensions. B. Delegated-Design Services Submittal: In addition to Shop Drawings, Product Data, and other required submittals, submit a statement signed and sealed by the responsible design professional, for each product and system specifically assigned to Contractor to be designed or certified by a design professional, indicating that the products and systems are in compliance with performance and design criteria indicated. Include list of codes, loads, and other factors used in performing these services. 1.6 INFORMATIONAL SUBMITTALS A. Contractor's Quality-Control Plan: For quality-assurance and quality-control activities and responsibilities. B. Qualification Data: For Contractor's quality-control personnel. C. Contractor's Statement of Responsibility: When required by authorities having jurisdiction, submit copy of written statement of responsibility submitted to authorities having jurisdiction before starting work on the following systems: 1. Main wind-force-resisting system or a wind-resisting component listed in the Statement of Special Inspections. D. Testing Agency Qualifications: For testing agencies specified in"Quality Assurance"Article to demonstrate their capabilities and experience. Include proof of qualifications in the form of a recent report on the inspection of the testing agency by a recognized authority. E. Schedule of Tests and Inspections: Prepare in tabular form and include the following: 1. Specification Section number and title. 2. Entity responsible for performing tests and inspections. 3. Description of test and inspection. 4. Identification of applicable standards. 5. Identification of test and inspection methods. 6. Number of tests and inspections required. 7. Time schedule or time span for tests and inspections. 8. Requirements for obtaining samples. 9. Unique characteristics of each quality-control service. F. Reports: Prepare and submit certified written reports and documents as specified. QUALITY REQUIREMENTS 014000-2 City of Round Rock Public Library PGAL Round Rock,Texas 1003317 Issue for Construction December 08, 2020 G. Permits, Licenses, and Certificates: For Owner's record, submit copies of permits, licenses, certifications, inspection reports, releases, jurisdictional settlements, notices, receipts for fee payments, judgments, correspondence, records, and similar documents established for compliance with standards and regulations bearing on performance of the Work. 1.7 CONTRACTOR'S QUALITY-CONTROL PLAN A. Quality-Control Plan, General: Submit quality-control plan within 10 days of commencement of work, and not less than five days prior to preconstruction conference. Submit in format acceptable to Architect. Identify personnel, procedures, controls, instructions, tests, records, and forms to be used to carry out Contractor's quality-assurance and quality-control responsibilities. Coordinate with Contractor's Construction Schedule. B. Quality-Control Personnel Qualifications: Engage qualified personnel trained and experienced in managing and executing quality-assurance and quality-control procedures similar in nature and extent to those required for Project. 1. Project quality-control manager may also serve as Project superintendent. 2. C. Submittal Procedure: Describe procedures for ensuring compliance with requirements through review and management of submittal process. Indicate qualifications of personnel responsible for submittal review. D. Testing and Inspection: In quality-control plan, include a comprehensive schedule of Work requiring testing or inspection, including the following: 1. Contractor-performed tests and inspections including Subcontractor-performed tests and inspections. Include required tests and inspections and Contractor-elected tests and inspections. Distinguish source quality-control tests and inspections from field quality-control tests and inspections. 2. Special inspections required by authorities having jurisdiction and indicated on the Statement of Special Inspections. 3. Owner-performed tests and inspections indicated in the Contract Documents. E. Continuous Inspection of Workmanship: Describe process for continuous inspection during construction to identify and correct deficiencies in workmanship in addition to testing and inspection specified. Indicate types of corrective actions to be required to bring work into compliance with standards of workmanship established by Contract requirements and approved mockups. F. Monitoring and Documentation: Maintain testing and inspection reports including log of approved and rejected results. Include work Architect has indicated as nonconforming or defective. Indicate corrective actions taken to bring nonconforming work into compliance with requirements. Comply with requirements of authorities having jurisdiction. 1.8 REPORTS AND DOCUMENTS A. Test and Inspection Reports: Prepare and submit certified written reports specified in other Sections. Include the following: 1. Date of issue. 2. Project title and number. 3. Name,address,telephone number,and email address of testing agency. 4. Dates and locations of samples and tests or inspections. 5. Names of individuals making tests and inspections. 6. Description of the Work and test and inspection method. 7. Identification of product and Specification Section. 8. Complete test or inspection data. 9. Test and inspection results and an interpretation of test results. 10. Record of temperature and weather conditions at time of sample taking and testing and inspection. 11. Comments or professional opinion on whether tested or inspected Work complies with the Contract Document requirements. 12. Name and signature of laboratory inspector. 13. Recommendations on retesting and reinspecting. B. Manufacturer's Technical Representative's Field Reports: Prepare written information documenting manufacturer's technical representative's tests and inspections specified in other Sections. Include the following: 1. Name,address,telephone number,and email address of technical representative making report. 2. Statement on condition of substrates and their acceptability for installation of product. QUALITY REQUIREMENTS 014000-3 City of Round Rock Public Library PGAL Round Rock,Texas 1003317 Issue for Construction December 08,2020 3. Statement that products at Project site comply with requirements. 4. Summary of installation procedures being followed, whether they comply with requirements and, if not,what corrective action was taken. 5. Results of operational and other tests and a statement of whether observed performance complies with requirements. 6. Statement whether conditions, products, and installation will affect warranty. 7. Other required items indicated in individual Specification Sections. C. Factory-Authorized Service Representative's Reports: Prepare written information documenting manufacturer's factory-authorized service representative's tests and inspections specified in other Sections. Include the following: 1. Name, address, telephone number, and email address of factory-authorized service representative making report. 2. Statement that equipment complies with requirements. 3. Results of operational and other tests and a statement of whether observed performance complies with requirements. 4. Statement whether conditions, products, and installation will affect warranty. 5. Other required items indicated in individual Specification Sections. 1.9 QUALITY ASSURANCE A. General: Qualifications paragraphs in this article establish the minimum qualification levels required; individual Specification Sections specify additional requirements. B. Manufacturer Qualifications: A firm experienced in manufacturing products or systems similar to those indicated for this Project and with a record of successful in-service performance, as well as sufficient production capacity to produce required units.As applicable, procure products from manufacturers able to meet qualification requirements, warranty requirements, and technical or factory-authorized service representative requirements. C. Fabricator Qualifications: A firm experienced in producing products similar to those indicated for this Project and with a record of successful in-service performance, as well as sufficient production capacity to produce required units. D. Installer Qualifications:A firm or individual experienced in installing, erecting, applying, or assembling work similar in material, design, and extent to that indicated for this Project, whose work has resulted in construction with a record of successful in-service performance. E. Professional Engineer Qualifications: A professional engineer who is legally qualified to practice in jurisdiction where Project is located and who is experienced in providing engineering services of the kind indicated. Engineering services are defined as those performed for installations of the system, assembly, or product that are similar in material, design, and extent to those indicated for this Project. F. Specialists: Certain Specification Sections require that specific construction activities shall be performed by entities who are recognized experts in those operations. Specialists shall satisfy qualification requirements indicated and shall be engaged for the activities indicated. 1. Requirements of authorities having jurisdiction shall supersede requirements for specialists. G. Testing Agency Qualifications: An NRTL, an NVLAP, or an independent agency with the experience and capability to conduct testing and inspection indicated, as documented according to ASTM E 329; and with additional qualifications specified in individual Sections; and, where required by authorities having jurisdiction,that is acceptable to authorities. H. Manufacturer's Technical Representative Qualifications:An authorized representative of manufacturer who is trained and approved by manufacturer to observe and inspect installation of manufacturer's products that are similar in material,design,and extent to those indicated for this Project. I. Factory-Authorized Service Representative Qualifications: An authorized representative of manufacturer who is trained and approved by manufacturer to inspect installation of manufacturer's products that are similar in material,design, and extent to those indicated for this Project. J. Preconstruction Testing: Where testing agency is indicated to perform preconstruction testing for compliance with specified requirements for performance and test methods, comply with the following: 1. Contractor responsibilities include the following: a. Provide test specimens representative of proposed products and construction. b. Submit specimens in a timely manner with sufficient time for testing and analyzing results to prevent delaying the Work. QUALITY REQUIREMENTS 014000-4 City of Round Rock Public Library PGAL Round Rock,Texas 1003317 Issue for Construction December 08,2020 c. Provide sizes and configurations of test assemblies, mockups, and laboratory mockups to adequately demonstrate capability of products to comply with performance requirements. d. Build site-assembled test assemblies and mockups using installers who will perform same tasks for Project. e. When testing is complete, remove test specimens and test assemblies, and mockups; do not reuse products on Project. 2. Testing Agency Responsibilities: Submit a certified written report of each test, inspection, and similar quality-assurance service to Architect, with copy to Contractor. Interpret tests and inspections and state in each report whether tested and inspected work complies with or deviates from the Contract Documents. K. Mockups: Before installing portions of the Work requiring mockups, build mockups for each form of construction and finish required to comply with the following requirements, using materials indicated for the completed Work: 1. Build mockups of size indicated. 2. Build mockups in location indicated or, if not indicated, as directed by Architect. 3. Notify Architect and City of Round Rock Representative seven days in advance of dates and times when mockups will be constructed. 4. Employ supervisory personnel who will oversee mockup construction. Employ workers that will be employed to perform same tasks during the construction at Project. 5. Demonstrate the proposed range of aesthetic effects and workmanship. 6. Obtain Architect's and City of Round Rock representative's approval of mockups before starting corresponding work,fabrication, or construction. a. Allow seven days for initial review and each re-review of each mockup. 7. Maintain mockups during construction in an undisturbed condition as a standard for judging the completed Work. 8. Demolish and remove mockups when directed unless otherwise indicated. L. Integrated Exterior Mockups: Construct integrated exterior mockup according to approved Shop Drawings. Coordinate installation of exterior envelope materials and products for which mockups are required in individual Specification Sections, along with supporting materials. Comply with requirements in"Mockups" Paragraph. 1.10 QUALITY CONTROL A. Owner Responsibilities: Where quality-control services are indicated as Owner's responsibility, Owner will engage a qualified testing agency to perform these services. In general, these tests are either discretionary or are required by Chapter 17 of the IBC as being required to be provided by the Owner's special inspector. Contractor to verify, prior to construction,the list of tests and inspections anticipated to be provided by Owner in order to clearly define responsibilities. 1. Owner will furnish Contractor with names, addresses, and telephone numbers of testing agencies engaged and a description of types of testing and inspection they are engaged to perform. 2. Costs for retesting and reinspecting construction that replaces or is necessitated by work that failed to comply with the Contract Documents will be charged to Contractor,and the Contract Sum will be adjusted by Change Order. B. Contractor Responsibilities: Tests and inspections not explicitly assigned to Owner are Contractor's responsibility. Perform additional quality-control activities,whether specified or not, to verify and document that the Work complies with requirements. 1. Unless otherwise indicated, provide quality-control services specified and those required by authorities having jurisdiction. Perform quality-control services required of Contractor by authorities having jurisdiction,whether specified or not. 2. Engage a qualified testing agency to perform quality-control services. a. Contractor shall not employ same entity engaged by Owner, unless agreed to in writing by Owner. 3. Notify testing agencies at least 24 hours in advance of time when Work that requires testing or inspection will be performed. 4. Where quality-control services are indicated as Contractor's responsibility, submit a certified written report,in duplicate,of each quality-control service. 5. Testing and inspection requested by Contractor and not required by the Contract Documents are Contractor's responsibility. 6. Submit additional copies of each written report directly to authorities having jurisdiction, when they so direct. QUALITY REQUIREMENTS 014000-5 City of Round Rock Public Library PGAL Round Rock,Texas 1003317 Issue for Construction December 08, 2020 C. Retesting/Reinspecting: Regardless of whether original tests or inspections were Contractor's responsibility, provide quality-control services, including retesting and reinspecting, for construction that replaced Work that failed to comply with the Contract Documents. D. Testing Agency Responsibilities: Cooperate with Architect and Contractor in performance of duties. Provide qualified personnel to perform required tests and inspections. 1. Notify Architect and Contractor promptly of irregularities or deficiencies observed in the Work during performance of its services. 2. Determine the locations from which test samples will be taken and in which in-situ tests are conducted. 3. Conduct and interpret tests and inspections and state in each report whether tested and inspected work complies with or deviates from requirements. 4. Submit a certified written report, in duplicate, of each test, inspection, and similar quality-control service through Contractor. 5. Do not release, revoke, alter, or increase the Contract Document requirements or approve or accept any portion of the Work. 6. Do not perform duties of Contractor. E. Manufacturer's Field Services: Where indicated, engage a factory-authorized service representative to inspect field-assembled components and equipment installation, including service connections. Report results in writing as specified in Section 013300"Submittal Procedures." F. Manufacturer's Technical Services: Where indicated, engage a manufacturer's technical representative to observe and inspect the Work. Manufacturer's technical representative's services include participation in preinstallation conferences,examination of substrates and conditions,verification of materials, observation of Installer activities, inspection of completed portions of the Work,and submittal of written reports. G. Associated Contractor Services: Cooperate with agencies and representatives performing required tests, inspections, and similar quality-control services, and provide reasonable auxiliary services as requested. Notify agency sufficiently in advance of operations to permit assignment of personnel. Provide the following: 1. Access to the Work. 2. Incidental labor and facilities necessary to facilitate tests and inspections. 3. Adequate quantities of representative samples of materials that require testing and inspection. Assist agency in obtaining samples. 4. Facilities for storage and field curing of test samples. 5. Delivery of samples to testing agencies. 6. Preliminary design mix proposed for use for material mixes that require control by testing agency. 7. Security and protection for samples and for testing and inspection equipment at Project site. H. Coordination: Coordinate sequence of activities to accommodate required quality-assurance and quality-control services with a minimum of delay and to avoid necessity of removing and replacing construction to accommodate testing and inspection. 1. Schedule times for tests, inspections, obtaining samples, and similar activities. Schedule of Tests and Inspections: Prepare a schedule of tests, inspections, and similar quality-control services required by the Contract Documents as a component of Contractor's quality-control plan. Coordinate and submit concurrently with Contractor's Construction Schedule. Update as the Work progresses. 1. Distribution: Distribute schedule to Owner, Architect, testing agencies, and each party involved in performance of portions of the Work where tests and inspections are required. 1.11 SPECIAL TESTS AND INSPECTIONS A. Special Tests and Inspections: Owner will engage a qualified special inspector to conduct special tests and inspections required by authorities having jurisdiction as the responsibility of Owner,and as follows: 1. Verifying that manufacturer maintains detailed fabrication and quality-control procedures and reviewing the completeness and adequacy of those procedures to perform the Work. 2. Notifying Architect and Contractor promptly of irregularities and deficiencies observed in the Work during performance of its services. 3. Submitting a certified written report of each test, inspection, and similar quality-control service to Architect with copy to Contractor and to authorities having jurisdiction. 4. Submitting a final report of special tests and inspections at Substantial Completion, which includes a list of unresolved deficiencies. QUALITY REQUIREMENTS 014000-6 City of Round Rock Public Library PGAL Round Rock,Texas 1003317 Issue for Construction December 08, 2020 5. Interpreting tests and inspections and stating in each report whether tested and inspected work complies with or deviates from the Contract Documents. 6. Retesting and reinspecting corrected work. PART 2-PRODUCTS(NOT USED) PART 3-EXECUTION 3.1 TEST AND INSPECTION LOG A. Test and Inspection Log: Prepare a record of tests and inspections. Include the following: 1. Date test or inspection was conducted. 2. Description of the Work tested or inspected. 3. Date test or inspection results were transmitted to Architect. 4. Identification of testing agency or special inspector conducting test or inspection. B. Maintain log at Project site. Post changes and revisions as they occur. Provide access to test and inspection log for Architect's reference during normal working hours. 1. Submit log at Project closeout as part of Project Record Documents. 3.2 REPAIR AND PROTECTION A. General: On completion of testing, inspection, sample taking, and similar services, repair damaged construction and restore substrates and finishes. 1. Provide materials and comply with installation requirements specified in other Specification Sections or matching existing substrates and finishes. Restore patched areas and extend restoration into adjoining areas with durable seams that are as invisible as possible. Comply with the Contract Document requirements for cutting and patching in Section 017300"Execution." B. Protect construction exposed by or for quality-control service activities. C. Repair and protection are Contractor's responsibility, regardless of the assignment of responsibility for quality-control services. END OF SECTION QUALITY REQUIREMENTS 014000-7 City of Round Rock Public Library PGAL Round Rock,Texas 1003317 Issue for Construction December 08,2020 SECTION 014200 REFERENCES PART I -GENERAL 1.1 DEFINITIONS A. General: Basic Contract definitions are included in the Conditions of the Contract. B. "Approved": When used to convey Architect's action on Contractor's submittals, applications, and requests, "approved" is limited to Architect's duties and responsibilities as stated in the Conditions of the Contract. C. "Day"as used in the Contract Documents means calendar day unless otherwise specifically defined. D. "Business Day" as used in the Contract Documents means Monday through Friday and specifically does not include Saturday, Sunday, or holidays. E. "Directed": A command or instruction by Architect. Other terms including "requested," "authorized," "selected,""required,"and"permitted"have the same meaning as"directed." F. "Indicated": Requirements expressed by graphic representations or in written form on Drawings, in Specifications,and in other Contract Documents. Other terms including"shown,""noted,""scheduled,"and "specified"have the same meaning as"indicated." G. "Regulations": Laws, ordinances, statutes, and lawful orders issued by authorities having jurisdiction, and rules, conventions, and agreements within the construction industry that control performance of the Work. H. "Furnish": Supply and deliver to Project site, ready for unloading, unpacking, assembly, installation, and similar operations. I. "Install": Unload, temporarily store, unpack, assemble, erect, place, anchor, apply, work to dimension, finish,cure, protect,clean,and similar operations at Project site. J. "Provide": Furnish and install, complete and ready for the intended use. K. "Project Site": Space available for performing construction activities. The extent of Project site is shown on Drawings and may or may not be identical with the description of the land on which Project is to be built. 1.2 INDUSTRY STANDARDS A. Applicability of Standards: Unless the Contract Documents include more stringent requirements,applicable construction industry standards have the same force and effect as if bound or copied directly into the Contract Documents to the extent referenced. Such standards are made a part of the Contract Documents by reference. B. Publication Dates: Comply with standards in effect as of date of the Contract Documents unless otherwise indicated. C. Copies of Standards: Each entity engaged in construction on Project should be familiar with industry standards applicable to its construction activity. Copies of applicable standards are not bound with the Contract Documents. 1. Where copies of standards are needed to perform a required construction activity, obtain copies directly from publication source. 1.3 ABBREVIATIONS AND ACRONYMS A. Industry Organizations: Where abbreviations and acronyms are used in Specifications or other Contract Documents, they shall mean the recognized name of the entities indicated in Gale's "Encyclopedia of Associations: National Organizations of the U.S." or in Columbia Books' "National Trade & Professional Associations of the United States." PART 2-PRODUCTS(NOT USED) PART 3-EXECUTION(NOT USED) END OF SECTION REFERENCES 014200-1 City of Round Rock Public Library PGAL Round Rock,Texas 1003317 Issue for Construction December 08,2020 SECTION 015000 TEMPORARY FACILITIES AND CONTROLS PART 1 -GENERAL 1.1 SUMMARY A. Section includes requirements for temporary utilities, support facilities, and security and protection facilities. 1.2 DEFINITIONS A. Permanent Enclosure:As determined by Architect, includes as a minimum,the following: 1. Permanent or temporary roofing is complete, insulated, and weathertight, including parapets and roof edge terminations. 2. Exterior Walls are insulated,weathertight, and UV-resistant. 3. All openings are closed with permanent construction or substantial weathertight temporary closures. 4. Permanent enclosure envelope shall be capable of retaining controlled interior temperature and humidity levels. 1.3 USE CHARGES A. General: Installation and removal of and use charges for temporary facilities shall be included in the Contract Sum unless otherwise indicated. Allow other entities engaged in the Project to use temporary services and facilities without cost, including, but not limited to, Architect, testing agencies, and authorities having jurisdiction. B. Electric Power Service: Pay electric-power-service use charges for electricity used by all entities for construction operations. 1.4 INFORMATIONAL SUBMITTALS A. Site Utilization Plan: Show temporary facilities, temporary utility lines and connections, staging areas, construction site entrances,vehicle circulation,and parking areas for construction personnel. B. Implementation and Termination Schedule: Within 15 days of date established for commencement of the Work,submit schedule indicating implementation and termination dates of each temporary utility. C. Project Identification and Temporary Signs: Show fabrication and installation details, including plans, elevations,details, layouts,typestyles,graphic elements, and message content. D. Fire-Safety Program: Show compliance with requirements of NFPA 241 and authorities having jurisdiction. Indicate Contractor personnel responsible for management of fire-prevention program. E. Moisture- and Mold-Protection Plan: Describe procedures and controls for protecting materials and construction from water absorption and damage and mold. 1.5 QUALITY ASSURANCE A. Electric Service: Comply with NECA, NEMA, and UL standards and regulations for temporary electric service. Install service to comply with NFPA 70. B. Tests and Inspections: Arrange for authorities having jurisdiction to test and inspect each temporary utility before use. Obtain required certifications and permits. C. Accessible Temporary Egress: Comply with applicable provisions in the United States Access Board's ADA-ABA Accessibility Guidelines and Texas Accessibility Standards(TAS). 1.6 PROJECT CONDITIONS A. Temporary Use of Permanent Facilities: Engage Installer of each permanent service to assume responsibility for operation, maintenance, and protection of each permanent service during its use as a construction facility before Owner's acceptance, regardless of previously assigned responsibilities. TEMPORARY FACILITIES AND CONTROLS 015000-1 City of Round Rock Public Library PGAL Round Rock,Texas 1003317 Issue for Construction December 08,2020 PART 2-PRODUCTS 2.1 MATERIALS A. Chain-Link Fencing: Minimum 2-inch (50-mm), 0.148-inch- (3.8-mm-) thick, galvanized-steel, chain-link fabric fencing; minimum 6 feet (1.8 m) high with galvanized-steel pipe posts; minimum 2-3/8-inch- (60-mm-)OD line posts and 2-7/8-inch-(73-mm-)OD corner and pull posts. B. Fencing Windscreen Privacy Screen: Polyester fabric scrim with grommets for attachment to chain link fence,sized to height of fence, in color selected by Architect from manufacturer's standard colors. 2.2 TEMPORARY FACILITIES A. Field Offices, General: Prefabricated or mobile units with serviceable finishes, temperature controls, and foundations adequate for normal loading. B. Common-Use Field Office: Of sufficient size to accommodate needs of Owner, Architect, and construction personnel office activities and to accommodate Project meetings specified in other Division 01 Sections. Keep office clean and orderly. Furnish and equip offices as follows: 1. Furniture required for Project-site documents including file cabinets, plan tables, plan racks, and bookcases. 2. Conference room of sufficient size to accommodate meetings of 10 individuals. Provide electrical power service and 120-V ac duplex receptacles, with no fewer than one receptacle on each wall. Furnish room with conference table, chairs, and 4-foot-(1.2-m-)square tack and marker boards. 3. Drinking water and private toilet. 4. Heating and cooling equipment necessary to maintain a uniform indoor temperature of 68 to 72 deg F(20 to 22 deg C). 5. Lighting fixtures capable of maintaining average illumination of 20 fc(215 lx)at desk height. C. Storage Location: Coordinate storage with Owner at the following address: 1. 500 North Mays Street, Round Rock,Texas 78664. D. Storage and Fabrication Sheds: Provide sheds sized, furnished, and equipped to accommodate materials and equipment for construction operations. 1. Store combustible materials apart from building. 2.3 EQUIPMENT A. Fire Extinguishers: Portable, UL rated; with class and extinguishing agent as required by locations and classes of fire exposures. B. HVAC Equipment: Unless Owner authorizes use of permanent HVAC system, provide vented, self-contained, liquid-propane-gas or fuel-oil heaters with individual space thermostatic control. 1. Use of gasoline-burning space heaters, open-flame heaters, or salamander-type heating units is prohibited. 2. Heating Units: Listed and labeled for type of fuel being consumed, by a qualified testing agency acceptable to authorities having jurisdiction,and marked for intended location and application. PART 3-EXECUTION 3.1 TEMPORARY FACILITIES, GENERAL A. Conservation: Coordinate construction and use of temporary facilities with consideration given to conservation of energy,water, and materials. Coordinate use of temporary utilities to minimize waste. 1. Salvage materials and equipment involved in performance of, but not actually incorporated into, the Work. See other Sections for disposition of salvaged materials that are designated as Owner's property. 3.2 INSTALLATION, GENERAL A. Locate facilities where they will serve Project adequately and result in minimum interference with performance of the Work. Relocate and modify facilities as required by progress of the Work. B. Provide each facility ready for use when needed to avoid delay. Do not remove until facilities are no longer needed or are replaced by authorized use of completed permanent facilities. TEMPORARY FACILITIES AND CONTROLS 015000-2 City of Round Rock Public Library PGAL Round Rock,Texas 1003317 Issue for Construction December 08, 2020 3.3 TEMPORARY UTILITY INSTALLATION A. General: Install temporary service. B. Sewers and Drainage: Provide temporary utilities to remove effluent lawfully. 1. Connect temporary sewers to municipal system as directed by authorities having jurisdiction. C. Water Service: Install water service and distribution piping in sizes and pressures adequate for construction. D. Sanitary Facilities: Provide temporary toilets, wash facilities, and drinking water for use of construction personnel. Comply with requirements of authorities having jurisdiction for type, number, location, operation,and maintenance of fixtures and facilities. E. Temporary Heating and Cooling: Provide temporary heating and cooling required by construction activities for curing or drying of completed installations or for protecting installed construction from adverse effects of low temperatures or high humidity. Select equipment that will not have a harmful effect on completed installations or elements being installed. 1. Provide temporary dehumidification systems when required to reduce ambient and substrate moisture levels to level required to allow installation or application of finishes and their proper curing or drying. F. Electric Power Service: Provide electric power service and distribution system of sufficient size, capacity, and power characteristics required for construction operations. 1. Install electric power service overhead unless otherwise indicated. G. Lighting: Provide temporary lighting with local switching that provides adequate illumination for construction operations, observations, inspections,and traffic conditions. 1. Install and operate temporary lighting that fulfills security and protection requirements without operating entire system. H. Telephone Service: Provide temporary telephone service in common-use facilities for use by all construction personnel. Install one land-based telephone line(s)for each field office. 1. At each telephone,post a list of important telephone numbers. a. Police and fire departments. b. Ambulance service. c. Contractor's home office. d. Contractor's emergency after-hours telephone number. e. Architect's office. f. Engineers'offices. g. Owner's office. h. Principal subcontractors'field and home offices. I. Electronic Communication Service: Provide the following: 1. Printer: "All-in-one" unit equipped with printer server, combining color printing, photocopying, scanning,and faxing, or separate units for each of these three functions with wireless connectivity. 2. Internet Service: Broadband modem, router and ISP, equipped with hardware firewall, providing minimum 1.0 Mbps upload and 15 Mbps download speeds at each computer. 3.4 SUPPORT FACILITIES INSTALLATION A. General: Comply with the following: 1. Provide construction for temporary offices, shops, and sheds located within construction area or within 30 feet(9 m)of building lines that is noncombustible according to ASTM E 136. Comply with NFPA 241. 2. Maintain support facilities until Architect schedules Substantial Completion inspection. Remove before Substantial Completion. Personnel remaining after Substantial Completion will be permitted to use permanent facilities, under conditions acceptable to Owner. B. Temporary Roads and Paved Areas: Construct and maintain temporary roads and paved areas adequate for construction operations. Locate temporary roads and paved areas as indicated on Drawings. 1. Provide dust-control treatment that is nonpolluting and nontracking. Reapply treatment as required to minimize dust. C. Temporary Use of Planned Permanent Roads and Paved Areas: Locate temporary roads and paved areas in same location as permanent roads and paved areas. Construct and maintain temporary roads and paved areas adequate for construction operations. Extend temporary roads and paved areas, within construction limits indicated, as necessary for construction operations. TEMPORARY FACILITIES AND CONTROLS 015000-3 City of Round Rock Public Library PGAL Round Rock,Texas 1003317 Issue for Construction December 08,2020 1. Coordinate elevations of temporary roads and paved areas with permanent roads and paved areas. 2. Prepare subgrade and install subbase and base for temporary roads and paved areas according to Division 31 requirements. 3. Recondition base after temporary use, including removing contaminated material, regrading, proofrolling,compacting,and testing. D. Traffic Controls: Comply with requirements of authorities having jurisdiction. 1. Protect existing site improvements to remain including curbs, pavement, and utilities. 2. Maintain access for fire-fighting equipment and access to fire hydrants. E. Parking: Provide temporary parking areas for construction personnel. F. Dewatering Facilities and Drains: Comply with requirements of authorities having jurisdiction. Maintain Project site,excavations, and construction free of water. 1. Dispose of rainwater in a lawful manner that will not result in flooding Project or adjoining properties or endanger permanent Work or temporary facilities. 2. Remove snow and ice as required to minimize accumulations. G. Project Signs: Provide Project signs as indicated. Unauthorized signs are not permitted. 1. Identification Signs: Provide Project identification signs as indicated on Drawings. 2. Temporary Signs: Provide other signs as indicated and as required to inform public and individuals seeking entrance to Project. a. Provide temporary,directional signs for construction personnel and visitors. 3. Maintain and touch up signs so they are legible at all times. H. Waste Disposal Facilities: Comply with requirements specified in Section 017419 "Construction Waste Management and Disposal." I. Lifts and Hoists: Provide facilities necessary for hoisting materials and personnel. 1. Truck cranes and similar devices used for hoisting materials are considered"tools and equipment' and not temporary facilities. J. Temporary Elevator Use:]See]]]]]]Division 14 elevator sections for temporary use of new elevators]. K. Temporary Stairs: Until permanent stairs are available, provide temporary stairs where ladders are not adequate. L. Temporary Use of Permanent Stairs: Use of new stairs for construction traffic will be permitted, provided stairs are protected and finishes restored to new condition at time of Substantial Completion. 3.5 SECURITY AND PROTECTION FACILITIES INSTALLATION A. Protection of Existing Facilities: Protect existing vegetation, equipment, structures, utilities, and other improvements at Project site and on adjacent properties, except those indicated to be removed or altered. Repair damage to existing facilities. 1. Where access to adjacent properties is required in order to affect protection of existing facilities, obtain written permission from adjacent property owner to access property for that purpose. B. Environmental Protection: Provide protection, operate temporary facilities, and conduct construction as required to comply with environmental regulations and that minimize possible air, waterway, and subsoil contamination or pollution or other undesirable effects. 1. Comply with work restrictions specified in Section 011000"Summary." C. Temporary Erosion and Sedimentation Control: Provide measures to prevent soil erosion and discharge of soil-bearing water runoff and airborne dust to undisturbed areas and to adjacent properties and walkways, according to requirements of EPA Construction General Permit or authorities having jurisdiction,whichever is more stringent. 1. Verify that flows of water redirected from construction areas or generated by construction activity do not enter or cross tree-or plant-protection zones. 2. Inspect, repair, and maintain erosion-and sedimentation-control measures during construction until permanent vegetation has been established. 3. Clean, repair, and restore adjoining properties and roads affected by erosion and sedimentation from Project site during the course of Project. 4. Remove erosion and sedimentation controls and restore and stabilize areas disturbed during removal. D. Stormwater Control: Comply with requirements of authorities having jurisdiction. Provide barriers in and around excavations and subgrade construction to prevent flooding by runoff of stormwater from heavy rains. TEMPORARY FACILITIES AND CONTROLS 015000-4 City of Round Rock Public Library PGAL Round Rock, Texas 1003317 Issue for Construction December 08,2020 E. Tree and Plant Protection: Install temporary fencing located as indicated or outside the drip line of trees to protect vegetation from damage from construction operations. Protect tree root systems from damage, flooding, and erosion. F. Pest Control: Engage pest-control service to recommend practices to minimize attraction and harboring of rodents, roaches, and other pests and to perform extermination and control procedures at regular intervals so Project will be free of pests and their residues at Substantial Completion. Perform control operations lawfully, using materials approved by authorities having jurisdiction. G. Site Enclosure Fence: Before construction operations begin, furnish and install site enclosure fence in a manner that will prevent people from easily entering site except by entrance gates. 1. Extent of Fence: As required to enclose entire Project site or portion determined sufficient to accommodate construction operations. H. Security Enclosure and Lockup: Install temporary enclosure around partially completed areas of construction. Provide lockable entrances to prevent unauthorized entrance, vandalism, theft, and similar violations of security. Lock entrances at end of each workday. Barricades, Warning Signs, and Lights: Comply with requirements of authorities having jurisdiction for erecting structurally adequate barricades, including warning signs and lighting. J. Temporary Egress: Maintain temporary egress from existing occupied facilities as indicated and as required by authorities having jurisdiction. K. Covered Walkway: Erect protective, covered walkway for passage of individuals through or adjacent to Project site. Coordinate with entrance gates, other facilities, and obstructions. Comply with regulations of authorities having jurisdiction. 1. Provide overhead decking, protective enclosure walls, handrails, barricades, warning signs, exit signs, lights, safe and well-drained walkways, and similar provisions for protection and safe passage. 2. Paint and maintain appearance of walkway for duration of the Work. L. Temporary Enclosures: Provide temporary enclosures for protection of construction, in progress and completed, from exposure, foul weather, other construction operations, and similar activities. Provide temporary weathertight enclosure for building exterior. 1. Where heating or cooling is needed and permanent enclosure is incomplete, insulate temporary enclosures. M. Temporary Fire Protection: Install and maintain temporary fire-protection facilities of types needed to protect against reasonably predictable and controllable fire losses. Comply with NFPA 241; manage fire-prevention program. 1. Prohibit smoking in construction areas. Comply with additional limits on smoking specified in other Sections. 2. Supervise welding operations, combustion-type temporary heating units, and similar sources of fire ignition according to requirements of authorities having jurisdiction. 3. Develop and supervise an overall fire-prevention and -protection program for personnel at Project site. Review needs with local fire department and establish procedures to be followed. Instruct personnel in methods and procedures. Post warnings and information. 4. Provide temporary standpipes and hoses for fire protection. Hang hoses with a warning sign stating that hoses are for fire-protection purposes only and are not to be removed. Match hose size with outlet size and equip with suitable nozzles. 3.6 MOISTURE AND MOLD CONTROL A. Contractor's Moisture-Protection Plan: Describe delivery, handling, storage, installation, and protection provisions for materials subject to water absorption or water damage. 1. Indicate procedures for discarding water-damaged materials, protocols for mitigating water intrusion into completed Work,and replacing water-damaged Work. 2. Indicate sequencing of work that requires water,such as sprayed fire-resistive materials, plastering, and terrazzo grinding, and describe plans for dealing with water from these operations. Show procedures for verifying that wet construction has dried sufficiently to permit installation of finish materials. 3. Indicate methods to be used to avoid trapping water in finished work. B. Exposed Construction Period: Before installation of weather barriers,when materials are subject to wetting and exposure and to airborne mold spores, protect as follows: 1. Protect porous materials from water damage. TEMPORARY FACILITIES AND CONTROLS 015000- City of Round Rock Public Library PGAL Round Rock,Texas 1003317 Issue for Construction December 08,2020 2. Protect stored and installed material from flowing or standing water. 3. Keep porous and organic materials from coming into prolonged contact with concrete. 4. Remove standing water from decks. 5. Keep deck openings covered or dammed. C. Partially Enclosed Construction Period: After installation of weather barriers but before full enclosure and conditioning of building, when installed materials are still subject to infiltration of moisture and ambient mold spores, protect as follows: 1. Do not load or install drywall or other porous materials or components, or items with high organic content, into partially enclosed building. 2. Keep interior spaces reasonably clean and protected from water damage. 3. Periodically collect and remove waste containing cellulose or other organic matter. 4. Discard or replace water-damaged material. 5. Do not install material that is wet. 6. Discard and replace stored or installed material that begins to grow mold. 7. Perform work in a sequence that allows wet materials adequate time to dry before enclosing the material in gypsum board or other interior finishes. D. Controlled Construction Period: After completing and sealing of the building enclosure but prior to the full operation of permanent HVAC systems, maintain as follows: 1. Control moisture and humidity inside building by maintaining effective dry-in conditions. 2. Use temporary or permanent HVAC system to control humidity within ranges specified for installed and stored materials. 3. Comply with manufacturer's written instructions for temperature, relative humidity, and exposure to water limits. a. Hygroscopic materials that may support mold growth, including wood and gypsum-based products, that become wet during the course of construction and remain wet for 48 hours are considered defective and require replacing. b. Measure moisture content of materials that have been exposed to moisture during construction operations or after installation. Record readings beginning at time of exposure and continuing daily for 48 hours. Identify materials containing moisture levels higher than allowed. Report findings in writing to Architect. c. Remove and replace materials that cannot be completely restored to their manufactured moisture level within 48 hours. 3.7 OPERATION,TERMINATION,AND REMOVAL A. Supervision: Enforce strict discipline in use of temporary facilities. To minimize waste and abuse, limit availability of temporary facilities to essential and intended uses. B. Maintenance: Maintain facilities in good operating condition until removal. 1. Maintain operation of temporary enclosures, heating, cooling, humidity control, ventilation, and similar facilities on a 24-hour basis where required to achieve indicated results and to avoid possibility of damage. C. Temporary Facility Changeover: Do not change over from using temporary security and protection facilities to permanent facilities until Substantial Completion. D. Termination and Removal: Remove each temporary facility when need for its service has ended, when it has been replaced by authorized use of a permanent facility, or no later than Substantial Completion. Complete or, if necessary, restore permanent construction that may have been delayed because of interference with temporary facility. Repair damaged Work, clean exposed surfaces, and replace construction that cannot be satisfactorily repaired. 1. Materials and facilities that constitute temporary facilities are property of Contractor. Owner reserves right to take possession of Project identification signs. 2. At Substantial Completion, repair, renovate, and clean permanent facilities used during construction period. Comply with final cleaning requirements specified in Section 017700"Closeout Procedures." END OF SECTION TEMPORARY FACILITIES AND CONTROLS 015000-6 City of Round Rock Public Library PGAL Round Rock,Texas 1003317 Issue for Construction December 08, 2020 SECTION 01 56 39 TEMPORARY TREE AND PLANT PROTECTION PART 1 GENERAL 1.01 RELATED DOCUMENTS A. Drawings and general provisions of the contract, including general and supplementary conditions and other Division 01 specification sections, apply to this section. B. See Notes on Civil Tree Protection documents. 1. Designated Pecan Monarch under authority, care, and maintenance of Emsud Horozovic, Forestry Manager, City of Round Rock 2. Tree protection will be approved by Forestry Manager 3. Any and all watering, pruning, and maintenance will be under the direction and responsibility of the Forestry Manager during construction and be performed by Forestry Manager staff. 4. Any construction or landscaping (including lighting), related to the Monarch Tree, canopy zone, and the critical root zone will be consulted and approved by Forestry Manger before work may occur. 1.02 SUMMARY A. Section includes general protection and pruning of existing trees and plants that are affected by execution of the work,whether temporary or permanent construction. B. Related Sections: 1. Section 01 50 50"Temporary Facilities and Controls"for temporary site fencing. 2. Section 31 10 00"Site Clearing"for removing existing trees and shrubs. 1.03 DEFINITIONS A. Caliper: diameter of a trunk measured by a diameter tape at 54" (150mm)above the ground. B. Plant Protection Zone: Area surrounding individual trees or groups of trees, shrubs, or other vegetation to be protected during construction, and indicated on drawings. C. Tree Protection Zone:Area surrounding individual trees or groups of trees to be protected during construction per the City of Austin, tree protection standards. D. Vegetation: trees, shrubs, groundcovers, grass, and other plants. TEMPORARY TREE AND PLANT PROTECTION 015639 - 1 City of Round Rock Public Library PGAL Round Rock,Texas 1003317 Issue for Construction December 08, 2020 E. Critical Root Zone:A vertical line from the outside of the tree canopy/drip line to the ground below. Refer to City of Austin, tree protection standards. 1.04 SUBMITTALS A. Product Data: For each type of product provided. B. Tree Pruning Schedule: Written schedule detailing scope and extent of pruning of trees to remain that interfere with or are affected by construction. 1. Species and size of tree. 2. Location on site plan. Include unique identifier for each. 3. Reason for pruning. 4. Description of pruning to be performed. 5. Description of maintenance following pruning. C. Qualification Data: For qualified Arborist and tree service firm. D. Certification: From Arborist, certifying that trees indicated to remain have been protected during construction according to recognized standards and that trees were promptly and properly treated and repaired when damaged. E. Maintenance Recommendations: From Arborist, for care and protection of trees affected by construction during and after completing the work. F. Existing conditions: Documentation of existing trees and planting indicated to remain, which establishes pre-construction conditions that might be misconstrued as damage caused by construction activities. 1. Use sufficiently detailed photographs or videotape. 2. Include plans and notations to indicate specific wounds and damage conditions of each tree or other plants designated to remain. 1.05 QUALITY ASSURANCE A. Arborist qualifications: Licensed Arborist in jurisdiction where project is located. B. Tree Service Film Qualifications: An experienced tree service firm that has successfully completed temporary tree and plant protection work similar to that required for this project and that will assign an experienced, qualified Arborist to project site during execution of the work. C. Pre-installation Conference: Conduct conference at project site. TEMPORARY TREE AND PLANT PROTECTION 0156 39-2 City of Round Rock Public Library PGAL Round Rock,Texas 1003317 Issue for Construction December 08, 2020 1. Review methods and procedure related to temporary tree and plant protection including, but not limited to, the following: a.Construction schedule: Verify abilities of materials, personnel, and equipment needed to make progress and avoid delays. b.Enforcing requirements for protection zones. c.Arborist's responsibilities. d.Field quality control. 1.06 PROJECT CONDITIONS A. The following practices are prohibited within protection zones: 1. Storage of construction materials, debris, or excavated material. 2. Parking vehicles or equipment. 3. Foot traffic. 4. Erection of sheds or structures. 5. Impoundment of water. 6. Excavation of other digging unless otherwise indicated. 7. Attachment of signs to or wrapping materials around trees or plants unless otherwise indicated. B. Do not direct vehicle or equipment exhaust toward protection zones. C. Prohibit heat sources,flames, ignition sources, and smoking within or near protection zones and organic mulch. PART 2 PRODUCTS 2.01 MATERIALS A. Topsoil: See topsoil specifications. B. A top dressing for trees and shrubs, consisting of one (1)of the following: 1. Type: Texas Native Primary Grind Mulch, by Austin Wood Recycling 2. Thickness: 3". C. Protection Zone Fencing: Fencing fixed in position and meeting the following requirements: 1. Chain-link Protection Zone Fencing: Galvanized steel fencing fabricated from minimum 2" (50mm)opening, 0.148" (3.76mm)diameter wire chain-link fabric; with pipe posts, minimum 2-3/8" (60mm)OD line posts, and 2-7/8" (73mm)OD corner and TEMPORARY TREE AND PLANT PROTECTION 015639- 3 City of Round Rock Public Library PGAL Round Rock,Texas 1003317 Issue for Construction December 08, 2020 pull posts and 0.177" (4.5mm) diameter bottom tension wire; with tie wires, hog ring ties, and other accessories for a complete fence system. 2. Height: 6' (1.8m). D. Lumber Wrap: Non-treated pine lumber measuring 2"x 4" x the necessary length to protect the existing tree from damage by equipment and/or vehicles. 1. Wire on the outside of the lumber wrap shall be strong enough and located in intervals necessary to hold the lumber in place for the duration of construction, wire shall be located to not damage the existing tree. PART 3 EXECUTION 3.01 EXAMINATION A. Erosion and Sedimentation Control: Examine the site to verify that temporary erosion and sedimentation control measures are in place.Verify that flows of water redirected from construction areas are generated by construction activity do not enter or cross protection zones. B. For the record, prepare written report, endorsed by Arborist, listing conditions detrimental to tree and plant protection. 3.02 PREPARATION A. Locate and clearly identify trees, shrubs, and other vegetation to remain. B. Protect tree root systems from damage caused by runoff or spillage of noxious materials while mixing, placing, or storing construction materials, protect root systems from ponding, eroding, or excessive wetting caused by dewatering operations. C. Tree Protection Zones: Mulch areas inside tree protection zones and other areas indicated. 1. Apply 3" (100mm)average thickness of organic mulch. Do not place mulch within 6" (150mm) of tree trunks. 3.03 TREE AND PLANT PROTECTION ZONES A. Protection Zone Fencing: Install protection zone fencing along edges of protection zones before materials or equipment are brought on the site and construction operations begin in a manner that will prevent people and animals from easily entering protected area except by entrance gates. Construct fencing so as not to obstruct safe passage or visibility at vehicle intersections where fencing is located adjacent to pedestrian walkways or in close proximity to street intersections, drives, or other vehicular circulation. 1. Chain-link Fencing: Install to comply with ASTM F 567 and with manufacturer's written instructions. TEMPORARY TREE AND PLANT PROTECTION 015639 -4 City of Round Rock Public Library PGAL Round Rock,Texas 1003317 Issue for Construction December 08, 2020 2. Posts: Set or drive posts into ground 1/3 the total height of the fence without concrete footings. Do not damage existing roots.Where a post is located on existing paving or concrete to remain, provide appropriate means of post support acceptable to Architect. B. Maintain protection zones free of weeds and trash. 1. Repair or replace trees, shrubs, and other vegetation indicated to remain or be relocated that are damaged by construction operations, in a manner approved by Architect. 2. Maintain protective zone fencing and signage in good condition as acceptable to Architect and remove when construction operations re complete and equipment has been removed from the site. 3.04 EXCAVATION A. General: Excavate at edge of protection zones and for trenches indicated within protection zones according to requirements in Section 31 20 00"Earth Moving." B. Trenching Near Trees: Where trenches are required within protection zones, hand excavate under or around tree roots or tunnel under the roots by drilling, auger boring, or pipe jacking. Do not cut main lateral tree roots or taproots; cut only smaller roots that interfere with installation improvements. Cut roots as required for root pruning. C. Redirect roots in backfill areas where possible. If encountering large, main lateral roots, expose roots beyond excavation limits as required to bend and redirect them without breaking. If encountered immediately adjacent to location of new construction and redirection is not practical, cut roots approximately 3"(75mm)back from new construction and as required for root pruning. D. Do not allow exposed roots to dry out before planting permanent backfill. Provide temporary earth cover or pack with peat moss and wrap with burlap, water and maintain in a moist condition. Temporarily support and protect roots from damage until they are permanently relocated and covered with soil. 3.05 ROOT PRUNING A. Prune roots that are affected by temporary and permanent construction. 1. Cut roots manually by digging a trench and cutting exposed roots with sharp pruning instruments; do not break, tear, chop, or slant the cuts. Do not use a backbone or other equipment that rips, tears, or pulls roots. 2. Cut Ends: Do not paint cut root ends. 3. Temporarily support and protect roots from damage until they are permanently redirected and covered with soil. TEMPORARY TREE AND PLANT PROTECTION 015639-5 City of Round Rock Public Library PGAL Round Rock,Texas 1003317 Issue for Construction December 08, 2020 4. Cover exposed roots with burlap and water regularly. 5. Backfill as soon possible according to requirements of topsoil. B. Root Pruning at Edge of Protection Zone: Prune roots of the protection zone, by cleanly cutting all roots to the depth of the required excavation. C. Root Pruning within Protection Zone: clear and excavate by hand to the depth of the required excavation to minimize damage to root systems. Use narrow-tine spading forks, comb soil to expose roots and cleanly cut roots as close to excavation as possible. D. Pruning Roots within the Critical Root Zone:This work shall be done under the constant supervision of the qualified Arborist. 1. Cleanly cut roots with sharp hand tools, have amended backfill on hand to immediately backfill and water the entire CRZ as well as the new backfill. 2. Remove all construction-related debris from the CRZ and fence off. 3. Air-spade a 30%area of CRZ, incorporating compost into the soil. 4. Mulch the CRZ with 2"to 4" of dark hardwood mulch. Keeping mulch 6"away from trunk of the tree. 5. Regularly water the CRZ area that is still intact for the duration of the project schedule. 6. The tree should be maintained per the above items for a time that is according to the project specs/schedule, for the duration of the maintenance period. One (1)year following substantial completion. 7. Fertilize the tree when appropriate and then perform preventative pest spraying throughout the maintenance period, including dormant oil during the winter. 3.06 CROWN PRUNING A. Prune branches that are affected by temporary and permanent construction. Prune branches as follows: 1. Prune trees to remain to compensate for root loss caused by damaging or cutting root system. Provide subsequent maintenance during Contract period as recommended by Arborist. 2. Pruning Standards: Prune trees according to ANSI A300(Part 1). 3. Cut branches with sharp pruning instruments; do not break or chop. 4. Do not apply pruning paint to wounds. TEMPORARY TREE AND PLANT PROTECTION 015639-6 City of Round Rock Public Library PGAL Round Rock,Texas 1003317 Issue for Construction December 08, 2020 B. Chip removed branches and dispose of off-site. 3.07 REGRADING A. Lowering Grade: Where new finish grade is indicated below existing grade around trees, slope grade beyond the protection zone. Maintain existing grades within the protection zone. B. Lowering Grade within Protection Zone:Where new finish grade is indicated below existing grade around trees, slope grade away from trees as recommended by Arborist unless otherwise indicated. 1. Root Pruning: prune tree roots exposed by lowering the grade. Do not cut main lateral roots or taproots; cut only smaller roots. Cut roots as required for root pruning. C. Raising Grade: Where new finish grade is indicated above existing grade around trees, slope grade beyond the protection zone. Maintain existing grades within the protection zone. D. Minor Fill within Protection Zone: Where existing grade is 2" (50 mm) or less below elevation of finish grade, fill with topsoil. Place topsoil in a single uncompacted layer and hand grade to required finish elevations. 3.08 FIELD QUALITY CONTROL A. Inspections: Engage a qualified arborist to direct plant protection measures in the vicinity of trees, shrubs, and other vegetation indicated to remain and to prepare inspection reports. 3.09 REPAIR AND REPLACEMENT A. General: Repair and replace trees, shrubs, and other vegetation indicated to remain or be relocated that are damaged by construction operations, in a manner approved by Architect. 1. Submit details of proposed root cutting and tree and shrub repairs. 2. Have Arborist perform the root cutting, branch [running, and damage repair of trees and shrubs. 3. Treat damaged trunks, limbs, and roots according to Arborist's written instructions. 4. Perform repairs within 24 hours. 5. Replace vegetation that cannot be repaired and restored to full-growth status, as determined by Architect. B. Trees: remove and replace trees indicated to remain that are damaged during construction operations that Architect determines are incapable of restoring to normal growth pattern. 1. Provide new tree(s) of 6" (150 mm)caliper size for each tree being replaced. The total caliper replacement inches shall equal the total inches of existing tree(s) being replaced. TEMPORARY TREE AND PLANT PROTECTION 0156 39-7 City of Round Rock Public Library PGAL Round Rock,Texas 1003317 Issue for Construction December 08, 2020 a. Species: Matching replaced trees. 2. Plant and maintain new trees as specified. 3.10 DISPOSAL OF SURPLUS AND WASTE MATERIALS A. Disposal: Remove excess excavated material, displaced trees, trash and debris, and legally dispose of them off Owner's property. END OF SECTION 01 56 39 TEMPORARY TREE AND PLANT PROTECTION 015639-8 City of Round Rock Public Library PGAL Round Rock,Texas 1003317 Issue for Construction December 08, 2020 SECTION 016000 PRODUCT REQUIREMENTS PART 1 -GENERAL 1.1 SUMMARY A. Section includes administrative and procedural requirements for selection of products for use in Project; product delivery, storage, and handling; manufacturers' standard warranties on products; special warranties; and comparable products. B. Related Requirements: 1. Section 015000"Temporary Facilities and Controls"for Owner's storage location. 1.2 DEFINITIONS A. Products: Items obtained for incorporating into the Work, whether purchased for Project or taken from previously purchased stock. The term "product" includes the terms "material," "equipment," "system," and terms of similar intent. 1. Named Products: Items identified by manufacturer's product name, including make or model number or other designation shown or listed in manufacturer's published product literature that is current as of date of the Contract Documents. 2. New Products: Items that have not previously been incorporated into another project or facility. Products salvaged or recycled from other projects are not considered new products. 3. Comparable Product: Product that is demonstrated and approved by Architect through submittal process to have the indicated qualities related to type,function, dimension, in-service performance, physical properties, appearance, and other characteristics that equal or exceed those of specified product. B. Basis-of-Design Product Specification: A specification in which a single manufacturer's product is named and accompanied by the words "basis-of-design product," including make or model number or other designation. In addition to the basis-of-design product description, product attributes and characteristics may be listed to establish the significant qualities related to type, function, in-service performance and physical properties, weight, dimension, durability, visual characteristics, and other special features and requirements for purposes of evaluating comparable products of additional manufacturers named in the specification. C. Subject to Compliance with Requirements: Where the phrase "Subject to compliance with requirements" introduces a product selection procedure in an individual Specification Section, provide products qualified under the specified product procedure. In the event that a named product or product by a named manufacturer does not meet the other requirements of the specifications, select another named product or product from another named manufacturer that does meet the requirements of the specifications. Submit a comparable product request, if applicable. 1.3 ACTION SUBMITTALS A. Comparable Product Request Submittal: Submit request for consideration of each comparable product. Identify basis-of-design product or fabrication or installation method to be replaced. Include Specification Section number and title and Drawing numbers and titles. 1. Include data to indicate compliance with the requirements specified in "Comparable Products" Article. 2. Architect's Action: If necessary, Architect will request additional information or documentation for evaluation within seven days of receipt of a comparable product request. Architect will notify Contractor of approval or rejection of proposed comparable product request within 15 days of receipt of request, or seven days of receipt of additional information or documentation,whichever is later. a. Form of Architect's Approval of Submittal: As specified in Section 013300 "Submittal Procedures." b. Use product specified if Architect does not issue a decision on use of a comparable product request within time allocated. B. Basis-of-Design Product Specification Submittal: Comply with requirements in Section 013300 "Submittal Procedures."Show compliance with requirements. PRODUCT REQUIREMENTS 016000-1 City of Round Rock Public Library PGAL Round Rock,Texas 1003317 Issue for Construction December 08,2020 1.4 QUALITY ASSURANCE A. Compatibility of Options: If Contractor is given option of selecting between two or more products for use on Project, select product compatible with products previously selected, even if previously selected products were also options. B. Identification of Products: Except for required labels and operating data, do not attach or imprint manufacturer or product names or trademarks on exposed surfaces of products or equipment that will be exposed to view in occupied spaces or on the exterior. 1. Labels: Locate required product labels and stamps on a concealed surface, or, where required for observation following installation, on a visually accessible surface that is not conspicuous. 2. Equipment Nameplates: Provide a permanent nameplate on each item of service-connected or power-operated equipment. Locate on a visually accessible but inconspicuous surface. Include information essential for operation, including the following: a. Name of product and manufacturer. b. Model and serial number. c. Capacity. d. Speed. e. Ratings. 3. See individual identification sections in Divisions 21, 22, 23, and 26 for additional identification requirements. 1.5 PRODUCT DELIVERY, STORAGE,AND HANDLING A. Deliver, store, and handle products using means and methods that will prevent damage, deterioration, and loss, including theft and vandalism. Comply with manufacturer's written instructions. B. Delivery and Handling: 1. Schedule delivery to minimize long-term storage at Project site and to prevent overcrowding of construction spaces. 2. Coordinate delivery with installation time to ensure minimum holding time for items that are flammable, hazardous, easily damaged, or sensitive to deterioration,theft,and other losses. 3. Deliver products to Project site in an undamaged condition in manufacturer's original sealed container or other packaging system, complete with labels and instructions for handling, storing, unpacking, protecting, and installing. 4. Inspect products on delivery to determine compliance with the Contract Documents and to determine that products are undamaged and properly protected. C. Storage: 1. Store products to allow for inspection and measurement of quantity or counting of units. 2. Store materials in a manner that will not endanger Project structure. 3. Store products that are subject to damage by the elements, under cover in a weathertight enclosure above ground,with ventilation adequate to prevent condensation. 4. Protect foam plastic from exposure to sunlight, except to extent necessary for period of installation and concealment. 5. Comply with product manufacturer's written instructions for temperature, humidity, ventilation, and weather-protection requirements for storage. 6. Protect stored products from damage and liquids from freezing. 7. Storage location: Refer to Section 015000"Temporary Facilities and Controls." 1.6 PRODUCT WARRANTIES A. Warranties specified in other Sections shall be in addition to, and run concurrent with, other warranties required by the Contract Documents. Manufacturer's disclaimers and limitations on product warranties do not relieve Contractor of obligations under requirements of the Contract Documents. 1. Manufacturer's Warranty: Written warranty furnished by individual manufacturer for a particular product and specifically endorsed by manufacturer to Owner. 2. Special Warranty: Written warranty required by the Contract Documents to provide specific rights for Owner. PRODUCT REQUIREMENTS 016000-2 City of Round Rock Public Library PGAL Round Rock,Texas 1003317 Issue for Construction December 08,2020 B. Special Warranties: Prepare a written document that contains appropriate terms and identification, ready for execution. 1. Manufacturer's Standard Form: Modified to include Project-specific information and properly executed. 2. Specified Form: When specified forms are included with the Specifications, prepare a written document using indicated form properly executed. 3. See other Sections for specific content requirements and particular requirements for submitting special warranties. C. Submittal Time: Comply with requirements in Section 017700"Closeout Procedures." PART 2-PRODUCTS 2.1 PRODUCT SELECTION PROCEDURES A. General Product Requirements: Provide products that comply with the Contract Documents, are undamaged and, unless otherwise indicated, are new at time of installation. 1. Provide products complete with accessories, trim, finish, fasteners, and other items needed for a complete installation and indicated use and effect. 2. Standard Products: If available, and unless custom products or nonstandard options are specified, provide standard products of types that have been produced and used successfully in similar situations on other projects. 3. Owner reserves the right to limit selection to products with warranties meeting requirements of the Contract Documents. 4. Where products are accompanied by the term"as selected,"Architect will make selection. 5. Descriptive, performance, and reference standard requirements in the Specifications establish salient characteristics of products. B. Product Selection Procedures: 1. Sole Product: Where Specifications name a single manufacturer and product, provide the named product that complies with requirements. Comparable products or substitutions for Contractor's convenience will not be conied. a. Sole product may be indicated by the phrase: "Subject to compliance with requirements, provide the following.... : ..." 2. Sole Manufacturer/Source: Where Specifications name a single manufacturer or source, provide a product by the named manufacturer or source that complies with requirements. Comparable products or substitutions for Contractor's convenience will not be considered. a. Sole manufacturer/source may be indicated by the phrase: "Subject to compliance with requirements, provide products by the following: ..." 3. Limited List of Products: Where Specifications include a list of names of both manufacturers and products, provide one of the products listed that complies with requirements. Comparable products or substitutions for Contractor's convenience will onsidered unless otherwise indicated. a. Limited list of products may be indicaed by the phrase: "Subject to compliance with requirements, provide one of the following.... : ..." 4. Non-Limited List of Products: Where Specifications include a list of names of both available manufacturers and products, provide one of the products listed, or an unnamed product, which complies with requirements. a. Non-limited list of produts is indicated by the phrase: "Subject to compliance with requirements, availabl products that may be incorporated in the Work include, but are not limited to,the following... : ..." 5. Limited List of Manufacturers:Where Specifications include a list of manufacturers'names, provide a product by one of the manufacturers listed that complies with requirements. Comparable products or substitutions for Contractor's convenience will be considere nless otherwise indicated. a. Limited list of manufacturers is indicated by the phrase: "Subject to compliance with requirements, provide products by one of the following.. : ..." 6. Non-Limited List of Manufacturers: Where Specifications include a list of available manufacturers, provide a product by one of the manufacturers listed, or a product by an unnamed manufacturer, which complies with requirements. a. Non-limited list of manufacturers is indicby the phrase: "Subject to compliance with requirements, available manufacturers whose products may be incorporated in the Work include, but are not limited to,the following.. : ..." PRODUCT REQUIREMENTS 016000-3 City of Round Rock Public Library PGAL Round Rock,Texas 1003317 Issue for Construction December 08,2020 7. Basis-of-Design Product: Where Specifications name a product, or refer to a product indicated on Drawings, and include a list of manufacturers, provide the specified or indicated product or a comparable product by one of the other named manufacturers. Drawings and Specifications indicate sizes, profiles, dimensions, and other characteristics that are based on the product named. Comply with requirements in "Comparable Products" Article for consideration of an unnamed product by one of the other named manufacturers. a. For approval of products by unnamed manufacturers, comply with requirements in Section 012500"Substitution Procedures"for substitutions for convenience. C. Visual Matching Specification: Where Specifications require"match Architect's sample," provide a product that complies with requirements and matches Architect's sample. Architect's decision will be final on whether a proposed product matches. 1. If no product available within specified category matches and complies with other specified requirements, comply with requirements in Section 012500 "Substitution Procedures" for proposal of product. D. Visual Selection Specification: Where Specifications include the phrase "as selected by Architect from manufacturer's full range"or similar phrase,select a product that complies with requirements.Architect will select color, gloss, pattern,density, or texture from manufacturer's product line that includes both standard and premium items. 2.2 COMPARABLE PRODUCTS A. Conditions for Consideration of Comparable Products: Architect will consider Contractor's request for comparable product when the following conditions are satisfied. If the following conditions are not satisfied, Architect may return requests without action,except to record noncompliance with these requirements: 1. Evidence that proposed product does not require revisions to the Contract Documents, is consistent with the Contract Documents, will produce the indicated results, and is compatible with other portions of the Work. Detailed comparison of significant qualities of proposed product with those named in the Specifications. Significant product qualities include attributes such as type, function, in-service performance and physical properties, weight, dimension, durability, visual characteristics, and other specific features and requirements. 2. Evidence that proposed product provides specified warranty. 3. List of similar installations for completed projects with project names and addresses and names and addresses of architects and owners, if requested. 4. Samples,if requested. B. Submittal Requirements: Approval by the Architect of Contractor's request for use of comparable product is not intended to satisfy other submittal requirements. Comply with specified submittal requirements. PART 3-EXECUTION(NOT USED) END OF SECTION PRODUCT REQUIREMENTS 016000-4 City of Round Rock Public Library PGAL Round Rock,Texas 1003317 Issue for Construction December 08,2020 SECTION 017300 EXECUTION PART 1 -GENERAL 1.1 SUMMARY A. Section includes general administrative and procedural requirements governing execution of the Work including, but not limited to,the following: 1. Construction layout. 2. Field engineering and surveying. 3. Installation of the Work. 4. Cutting and patching. 5. Coordination of Owner-installed products. 6. Progress cleaning. 7. Starting and adjusting. 8. Protection of installed construction. 1.2 DEFINITIONS A. Cutting: Removal of in-place construction necessary to permit installation or performance of subsequent work. B. Patching: Fitting and repair work required to restore construction to original conditions after installation of subsequent work. 1.3 PREINSTALLATION MEETINGS 1.4 INFORMATIONAL SUBMITTALS A. Qualification Data: For land surveyor. B. Certificates: Submit certificate signed by land surveyor certifying that location and elevation of improvements comply with requirements. C. Certified Surveys: Submit two copies signed by land surveyor. D. Final Property Survey: Submit 10 copies showing the Work performed and record survey data. 1.5 QUALITY ASSURANCE A. Land Surveyor Qualifications:A professional land surveyor who is legally qualified to practice in jurisdiction where Project is located and who is experienced in providing land-surveying services of the kind indicated. B. Cutting and Patching: Comply with requirements for and limitations on cutting and patching of construction elements. 1. Structural Elements: When cutting and patching structural elements, notify Architect of locations and details of cutting and await directions from Architect before proceeding. Shore, brace, and support structural elements during cutting and patching. Do not cut and patch structural elements in a manner that could change their load-carrying capacity or increase deflection. 2. Operational Elements: Do not cut and patch operating elements and related components in a manner that results in reducing their capacity to perform as intended or that results in increased maintenance or decreased operational life or safety. 3. Other Construction Elements: Do not cut and patch other construction elements or components in a manner that could change their load-carrying capacity, that results in reducing their capacity to perform as intended, or that results in increased maintenance or decreased operational life or safety. 4. Visual Elements: Do not cut and patch construction in a manner that results in visual evidence of cutting and patching. Do not cut and patch exposed construction in a manner that would, in Architect's opinion, reduce the building's aesthetic qualities. Remove and replace construction that has been cut and patched in a visually unsatisfactory manner. C. Manufacturer's Installation Instructions: Obtain and maintain on-site manufacturer's written recommendations and instructions for installation of products and equipment. EXECUTION 017300-1 City of Round Rock Public Library PGAL Round Rock,Texas 1003317 Issue for Construction December 08,2020 PART 2-PRODUCTS 2.1 MATERIALS A. General: Comply with requirements specified in other Sections. B. In-Place Materials: Use materials for patching identical to in-place materials. For exposed surfaces, use materials that visually match in-place adjacent surfaces to the fullest extent possible. 1. If identical materials are unavailable or cannot be used, use materials that, when installed, will provide a match acceptable to Architect for the visual and functional performance of in-place materials. PART 3-EXECUTION 3.1 EXAMINATION A. Existing Conditions: The existence and location of underground and other utilities and construction indicated as existing are not guaranteed. Before beginning sitework, investigate and verify the existence and location of underground utilities, and other construction affecting the Work. 1. Before construction, verify the location and invert elevation at points of connection of sanitary sewer,storm sewer, and water-service piping; underground electrical services; and other utilities. 2. Furnish location data for work related to Project that must be performed by public utilities serving Project site. B. Written Report:Where a written report listing conditions detrimental to performance of the Work is required by other Sections, include the following: 1. Description of the Work. 2. List of detrimental conditions, including substrates. 3. List of unacceptable installation tolerances. 4. Recommended corrections. C. Proceed with installation only after unsatisfactory conditions have been corrected. Proceeding with the Work indicates acceptance of surfaces and conditions. 3.2 PREPARATION A. Existing Utility Information: Furnish information to local utility that is necessary to adjust, move, or relocate existing utility structures, utility poles, lines, services, or other utility appurtenances located in or affected by construction. Coordinate with authorities having jurisdiction. B. Field Measurements: Take field measurements as required to fit the Work properly. Recheck measurements before installing each product. Where portions of the Work are indicated to fit to other construction, verify dimensions of other construction by field measurements before fabrication. Coordinate fabrication schedule with construction progress to avoid delaying the Work. C. Space Requirements: Verify space requirements and dimensions of items shown diagrammatically on Drawings. D. Review of Contract Documents and Field Conditions: Immediately on discovery of the need for clarification of the Contract Documents caused by differing field conditions outside the control of Contractor, submit a request for information to Architect according to requirements in Section 013100 "Project Management and Coordination." 3.3 CONSTRUCTION LAYOUT A. Verification: Before proceeding to lay out the Work, verify layout information shown on Drawings, in relation to the property survey and existing benchmarks. If discrepancies are discovered, notify Architect promptly. B. General: Engage a land surveyor to lay out the Work using accepted surveying practices. 1. Establish benchmarks and control points to set lines and levels at each story of construction and elsewhere as needed to locate each element of Project. 2. Establish limits on use of Project site. 3. Establish dimensions within tolerances indicated. Do not scale Drawings to obtain required dimensions. 4. Inform installers of lines and levels to which they must comply. 5. Check the location, level and plumb, of every major element as the Work progresses. 6. Notify Architect when deviations from required lines and levels exceed allowable tolerances. EXECUTION 017300-2 City of Round Rock Public Library PGAL Round Rock,Texas 1003317 Issue for Construction December 08,2020 7. Close site surveys with an error of closure equal to or less than the standard established by authorities having jurisdiction. C. Site Improvements: Locate and lay out site improvements, including pavements, grading, fill and topsoil placement, utility slopes, and rim and invert elevations. D. Building Lines and Levels: Locate and lay out control lines and levels for structures, building foundations, column grids, and floor levels, including those required for mechanical and electrical work. Transfer survey markings and elevations for use with control lines and levels. Level foundations and piers from two or more locations. E. Record Log: Maintain a log of layout control work. Record deviations from required lines and levels. Include beginning and ending dates and times of surveys, weather conditions, name and duty of each survey party member, and types of instruments and tapes used. Make the log available for reference by Architect. 3.4 FIELD ENGINEERING A. Identification: Owner will identify existing benchmarks,control points, and property corners. B. Reference Points: Locate existing permanent benchmarks, control points, and similar reference points before beginning the Work. Preserve and protect permanent benchmarks and control points during construction operations. 1. Do not change or relocate existing benchmarks or control points without prior written approval of Architect. Report lost or destroyed permanent benchmarks or control points promptly. Report the need to relocate permanent benchmarks or control points to Architect before proceeding. 2. Replace lost or destroyed permanent benchmarks and control points promptly. Base replacements on the original survey control points. C. Benchmarks: Establish and maintain a minimum of two permanent benchmarks on Project site, referenced to data established by survey control points. Comply with authorities having jurisdiction for type and size of benchmark. 1. Record benchmark locations,with horizontal and vertical data, on Project Record Documents. 2. Where the actual location or elevation of layout points cannot be marked, provide temporary reference points sufficient to locate the Work. 3. Remove temporary reference points when no longer needed. Restore marked construction to its original condition. D. Certified Survey: On completion of foundation walls, major site improvements, and other work requiring field-engineering services, prepare a certified survey showing dimensions, locations, angles, and elevations of construction and sitework. E. Final Property Survey: Engage a land surveyor to prepare a final property survey showing significant features (real property) for Project. Include on the survey a certification, signed by land surveyor, that principal metes, bounds, lines, and levels of Project are accurately positioned as shown on the survey. 1. Show boundary lines, monuments, streets, site improvements and utilities, existing improvements and significant vegetation, adjoining properties, acreage, grade contours, and the distance and bearing from a site corner to a legal point. 2. Recording:At Substantial Completion, have the final property survey recorded by or with authorities having jurisdiction as the official"property survey." 3.5 INSTALLATION A. General: Locate the Work and components of the Work accurately, in correct alignment and elevation, as indicated. 1. Make vertical work plumb and make horizontal work level. 2. Where space is limited, install components to maximize space available for maintenance and ease of removal for replacement. 3. Conceal pipes,ducts, and wiring in finished areas unless otherwise indicated. 4. Maintain minimum headroom clearance of 96 inches (2440 mm) in occupied spaces and 90 inches (2300 mm)in unoccupied spaces. B. Comply with manufacturer's written instructions and recommendations for installing products in applications indicated. C. Install products at the time and under conditions that will ensure the best possible results. Maintain conditions required for product performance until Substantial Completion. EXECUTION 017300-3 City of Round Rock Public Library PGAL Round Rock,Texas 1003317 Issue for Construction December 08, 2020 D. Conduct construction operations so no part of the Work is subjected to damaging operations or loading in excess of that expected during normal conditions of occupancy. E. Sequence the Work and allow adequate clearances to accommodate movement of construction items on site and placement in permanent locations. F. Tools and Equipment: Where possible, select tools or equipment that minimize production of excessive noise levels. G. Templates: Obtain and distribute to the parties involved templates for work specified to be factory prepared and field installed. Check Shop Drawings of other portions of the Work to confirm that adequate provisions are made for locating and installing products to comply with indicated requirements. H. Attachment: Provide blocking and attachment plates and anchors and fasteners of adequate size and number to securely anchor each component in place, accurately located and aligned with other portions of the Work. Where size and type of attachments are not indicated, verify size and type required for load conditions. 1. Mounting Heights: Where mounting heights are not indicated, mount components at heights directed by Architect. 2. Allow for building movement, including thermal expansion and contraction. 3. Coordinate installation of anchorages. Furnish setting drawings, templates, and directions for installing anchorages, including sleeves, concrete inserts, anchor bolts, and items with integral anchors,that are to be embedded in concrete or masonry. Deliver such items to Project site in time for installation. I. Joints: Make joints of uniform width.Where joint locations in exposed work are not indicated, arrange joints for the best visual effect. Fit exposed connections together to form hairline joints. J. Repair or remove and replace damaged,defective, or nonconforming Work. 1. Comply with Section 017700 "Closeout Procedures" for repairing or removing and replacing defective Work. 3.6 CUTTING AND PATCHING A. Cutting and Patching, General: Employ skilled workers to perform cutting and patching. Proceed with cutting and patching at the earliest feasible time, and complete without delay. 1. Cut in-place construction to provide for installation of other components or performance of other construction, and subsequently patch as required to restore surfaces to their original condition. B. Temporary Support: Provide temporary support of work to be cut. C. Protection: Protect in-place construction during cutting and patching to prevent damage. Provide protection from adverse weather conditions for portions of Project that might be exposed during cutting and patching operations. D. Cutting: Cut in-place construction by sawing, drilling, breaking, chipping, grinding, and similar operations, including excavation, using methods least likely to damage elements retained or adjoining construction. If possible, review proposed procedures with original Installer, comply with original Installer's written recommendations. 1. In general, use hand or small power tools designed for sawing and grinding, not hammering and chopping. Cut holes and slots neatly to minimum size required, and with minimum disturbance of adjacent surfaces.Temporarily cover openings when not in use. 2. Finished Surfaces: Cut or drill from the exposed or finished side into concealed surfaces. 3. Concrete:Cut using a cutting machine,such as an abrasive saw or a diamond-core drill. 4. Excavating and Backfilling: Comply with requirements in applicable Sections where required by cutting and patching operations. 5. Proceed with patching after construction operations requiring cutting are complete. E. Patching: Patch construction by filling, repairing, refinishing, closing up, and similar operations following performance of other work. Patch with durable seams that are as invisible as practicable. Provide materials and comply with installation requirements specified in other Sections,where applicable. 1. Inspection: Where feasible, test and inspect patched areas after completion to demonstrate physical integrity of installation. 2. Exposed Finishes: Restore exposed finishes of patched areas and extend finish restoration into retained adjoining construction in a manner that will minimize evidence of patching and refinishing. a. Clean piping, conduit, and similar features before applying paint or other finishing materials. b. Restore damaged pipe covering to its original condition. EXECUTION 017300-4 City of Round Rock Public Library PGAL Round Rock,Texas 1003317 Issue for Construction December 08,2020 3. Floors and Walls:Where walls or partitions that are removed extend one finished area into another, patch and repair floor and wall surfaces in the new space. Provide an even surface of uniform finish, color, texture, and appearance. Remove in-place floor and wall coverings and replace with new materials, if necessary,to achieve uniform color and appearance. a. Where patching occurs in a painted surface, prepare substrate and apply primer and intermediate paint coats appropriate for substrate over the patch, and apply final paint coat over entire unbroken surface containing the patch. Provide additional coats until patch blends with adjacent surfaces. 4. Ceilings: Patch, repair, or rehang in-place ceilings as necessary to provide an even-plane surface of uniform appearance. 5. Exterior Building Enclosure: Patch components in a manner that restores enclosure to a weathertight condition and ensures thermal and moisture integrity of building enclosure. F. Cleaning: Clean areas and spaces where cutting and patching are performed. Remove paint, mortar, oils, putty, and similar materials from adjacent finished surfaces. 3.7 OWNER-INSTALLED PRODUCTS A. Site Access: Provide access to Project site for Owner's construction personnel. B. Coordination: Coordinate construction and operations of the Work with work performed by Owner's construction personnel. 1. Construction Schedule: Inform Owner of Contractor's preferred construction schedule for Owner's portion of the Work. Adjust construction schedule based on a mutually agreeable timetable. Notify Owner if changes to schedule are required due to differences in actual construction progress. 2. Preinstallation Conferences: Include Owner's construction personnel at preinstallation conferences covering portions of the Work that are to receive Owner's work. Attend preinstallation conferences conducted by Owner's construction personnel if portions of the Work depend on Owner's construction. 3.8 PROGRESS CLEANING A. General: Clean Project site and work areas daily, including common areas. Enforce requirements strictly. Dispose of materials lawfully. 1. Comply with requirements in NFPA 241 for removal of combustible waste materials and debris. 2. Do not hold waste materials more than seven days during normal weather or three days if the temperature is expected to rise above 80 deg F(27 deg C). 3. Containerize hazardous and unsanitary waste materials separately from other waste. Mark containers appropriately and dispose of legally,according to regulations. a. Use containers intended for holding waste materials of type to be stored. B. Site: Maintain Project site free of waste materials and debris. C. Work Areas: Clean areas where work is in progress to the level of cleanliness necessary for proper execution of the Work. 1. Remove liquid spills promptly. 2. Where dust would impair proper execution of the Work, broom-clean or vacuum the entire work area, as appropriate. D. Installed Work: Keep installed work clean. Clean installed surfaces according to written instructions of manufacturer or fabricator of product installed, using only cleaning materials specifically recommended. If specific cleaning materials are not recommended, use cleaning materials that are not hazardous to health or property and that will not damage exposed surfaces. E. Concealed Spaces: Remove debris from concealed spaces before enclosing the space. F. Exposed Surfaces in Finished Areas: Clean exposed surfaces and protect as necessary to ensure freedom from damage and deterioration at time of Substantial Completion. G. Waste Disposal: Do not bury or burn waste materials on-site. Do not wash waste materials down sewers or into waterways. Comply with waste disposal requirements in Section 017419 "Construction Waste Management and Disposal." H. During handling and installation, clean and protect construction in progress and adjoining materials already in place. Apply protective covering where required to ensure protection from damage or deterioration at Substantial Completion. EXECUTION 017300-5 City of Round Rock Public Library PGAL Round Rock,Texas 1003317 Issue for Construction December 08,2020 I. Clean and provide maintenance on completed construction as frequently as necessary through the remainder of the construction period. Adjust and lubricate operable components to ensure operability without damaging effects. J. Limiting Exposures: Supervise construction operations to ensure that no part of the construction, completed or in progress, is subject to harmful, dangerous, damaging, or otherwise deleterious exposure during the construction period. 3.9 STARTING AND ADJUSTING A. Start equipment and operating components to confirm proper operation. Remove malfunctioning units, replace with new units,and retest. B. Adjust equipment for proper operation.Adjust operating components for proper operation without binding. C. Test each piece of equipment to verify proper operation. Test and adjust controls and safeties. Replace damaged and malfunctioning controls and equipment. D. Manufacturer's Field Service: Comply with qualification requirements in Section 014000 "Quality Requirements." 3.10 PROTECTION OF INSTALLED CONSTRUCTION A. Provide final protection and maintain conditions that ensure installed Work is without damage or deterioration at time of Substantial Completion. B. Comply with manufacturer's written instructions for temperature and relative humidity. END OF SECTION EXECUTION 017300-6 City of Round Rock Public Library PGAL Round Rock,Texas 1003317 Issue for Construction December 08,2020 SECTION 017419 CONSTRUCTION WASTE MANAGEMENT AND DISPOSAL PART I -GENERAL 1.1 SUMMARY A. Section includes administrative and procedural requirements for the following: 1. Salvaging nonhazardous construction waste. 2. Recycling nonhazardous construction waste. 3. Disposing of nonhazardous construction waste. 1.2 DEFINITIONS A. Construction Waste: Building, structure, and site improvement materials and other solid waste resulting from construction, remodeling, renovation, or repair operations. Construction waste includes packaging. B. Disposal: Removal of demolition or construction waste and subsequent salvage, sale, recycling, or deposit in landfill, incinerator acceptable to authorities having jurisdiction, or designated spoil areas on Owner's property. C. Recycle: Recovery of demolition or construction waste for subsequent processing in preparation for reuse. D. Salvage: Recovery of demolition or construction waste and subsequent sale or reuse in another facility. E. Salvage and Reuse: Recovery of demolition or construction waste and subsequent incorporation into the Work. 1.3 MATERIALS OWNERSHIP A. Unless otherwise indicated, construction waste becomes property of Contractor. 1.4 ACTION SUBMITTALS A. Waste Management Plan: Submit plan within 30 days of date established for commencement of the Work. 1.5 INFORMATIONAL SUBMITTALS A. Waste Reduction Progress Reports: Concurrent with each Application for Payment, submit report. . Include the following information: 1. Material category. 2. Generation point of waste. 3. Total quantity of waste in tons(tonnes). 4. Quantity of waste salvaged, both estimated and actual in tons(tonnes). 5. Quantity of waste recycled, both estimated and actual in tons(tonnes). 6. Total quantity of waste recovered(salvaged plus recycled)in tons(tonnes). 7. Total quantity of waste recovered(salvaged plus recycled)as a percentage of total waste. B. Waste Reduction Calculations: Before request for Substantial Completion, submit calculated end-of- Project rates for salvage, recycling, and disposal as a percentage of total waste generated by the Work. C. Recycling and Processing Facility Records: Indicate receipt and acceptance of recyclable waste by recycling and processing facilities licensed to accept them. Include manifests,weight tickets, receipts, and invoices. D. Landfill and Incinerator Disposal Records: Indicate receipt and acceptance of waste by landfills and incinerator facilities licensed to accept them. Include manifests,weight tickets, receipts,and invoices. 1.6 QUALITY ASSURANCE A. Waste Management Coordinator Qualifications: Experienced firm, or individual employed and assigned by General Contractor, with a record of successful waste management coordination of projects with similar requirements. Superintendent may serve as Waste Management Coordinator. B. Regulatory Requirements: Comply with transportation and disposal regulations of authorities having jurisdiction. CONSTRUCTION WASTE MANAGEMENT AND DISPOSAL 017419-1 City of Round Rock Public Library PGAL Round Rock,Texas 1003317 Issue for Construction December 08,2020 C. Waste Management Conference(s): Conduct conference(s) at Project site to comply with requirements in Section 013100 "Project Management and Coordination." Review methods and procedures related to waste management including, but not limited to,the following: 1. Review and discuss waste management plan including responsibilities of each contractor and waste management coordinator. 2. Review requirements