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INVITATION TO SUBMIT BID PROPOSAL 8895 Project: The Board of Trustees of the Southern Illinois University governing Southern Illinois University Edwardsville hereby requests sealed bids to furnish all labor, equipment, tools and materials to perform demolition work and to fabricate and install piping systems in the National Corn-to-Ethanol Research Center located on the Edwardsville campus of Southern Illinois University Edwardsville. Bid Dates: Bids will be received until 2:00 p.m. prevailing time on June 18, 2012. Immediately after closing time for receiving bids, they will be opened publicly in the Purchasing Conference Room at the Supporting Services Building. All resulting contracts issued against this bid will have required terms to provide full compliance with Illinois Public Act 96-0795, http://www.ilga.gov/legislation/publicacts/fulltext.asp?Name=096-0795 . These terms will apply to the awarded contractor and their subcontractors and include but are not limited to disclosure of financial interests, annual certifications and filing of subcontracts. Bid Document Sources: Bid documents may be obtained at www.procure.stateuniv.state.il.us. Plans will not be available from any other source. Bid Document Review Sets: For the convenience of bidders, complete sets of documents will be on file at the Office of Southern Illinois Builders Association, 1468 Green Mount Road, O’Fallon, Illinois and F.W. Dodge Scan, Division of McGraw Hill, 6330 Knox Industrial Drive, St. Louis, MO. Prequalification: Bidders who have not completed and returned their prequalification statement which is valid for the period January 1, 2012 through December 31, 2012, will be required to prequalify in accordance with the bidding contract provision - Document PQ00250 Prequalification Documents. Firms may verify their prequalification status by contacting Shelly at (618) 650-3265. The prequalification document will be due at the SIUE Purchasing Office a minimum of three days prior to the bid opening. Bids will not be accepted from Contractors who have not submitted and received approval of the SIUE Prequalification Statement. In addition to completing SIUE’s prequalification statement, all bidders may qualify to submit bids to state universities of Illinois only if they are a legal entity authorized to do business in Illinois prior to submitting the bid. All first-tier subcontractors also meet this requirement. This applies to both in-state and out-of-state firms. Failure to provide the Certificate of Good Standing (or other qualifications as noted in the form included with this document) with your bid will result in your bid being considered as non-responsive. Pre-bid Conference: A mandatory pre-bid conference for all those interested in bidding the project will be held on June 7, 2012 at 10:00 a.m. in the National Corn-to-Ethanol Research Center located in University Park on the Edwardsville campus of SIUe. Representatives of the University and Burns & McDonnell will be present to answer questions regarding the project and

bidding procedures. All prospective bidders are required to attend. All representatives must be in the conference room of the NCERC building by 10:10 and must stay for the entire meeting and site visit. All contractors are required to sign in and sign out after site visit. If contractor is late or leaves before the completion of the meeting or site visit, the contractor will not be considered attending the pre-bid conference. Questions: All questions must be e-mailed to Shelly Albert, [email protected], by June 12, 2012, 12:00 p.m. Questions submitted after this date may not receive a response. Answers to all questions will be addressed in the form of an addendum and will be sent to all plan holders and plan houses. Questions should not be addressed to any other SIUE or a Burns & McDonnell representative. If contact of any kind occurs with any other representative, this will be grounds for disqualification. Statutory Requirements: The successful bidder will be required to comply with all laws, statutes, regulations, ordinances, rulings or enactments of any governmental authority which are applicable to the work or to the project. The successful bidder shall pay prevailing wages and shall utilize equal employment opportunity hiring practices in connection with this project. The University reserves the right to reject any and all bids. ______________________________ Shelly Albert Purchasing Officer

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INSTRUCTIONS TO BIDDERS 1.

All bids shall be based upon the following: a. b. c. d. e. f.

Invitation to Submit a Proposal Specifications and drawings provided AIA General Conditions SIU Supplemental General Conditions Addenda (if any) Proposal Sheets

2.

Bid proposals shall be executed and submitted on the form/s provided therefore by the Director of Purchasing of Southern Illinois University Edwardsville. Only the Proposal Sheet/s and enclosures or brochures (if any) are to be returned. The sealed bid (proposal) shall be delivered to the Office of the Director of Purchasing of Southern Illinois University Edwardsville, Box 1012, Edwardsville, IL 62026. The Purchasing Office is located in the Supporting Services Building on the Edwardsville Campus.

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Bids shall be submitted on SIUE’s bid form provided. The bidder shall not make changes in the bid form or bid bond provided by SIUE. The bidder shall fill in all relevant blank spaces including alternate bids and unit prices (if applicable) in ink or typewriter, not in pencil. Price Determination: Submission of a bid price cannot be determined if: A. B. C. D.

Words and figures are not identical in form or amount; the amount shown in words will govern where such words are not ambiguous Words and figures are not identical in form or amount and the words are ambiguous; the figures will govern The intention and meaning are not clear; omissions or misspelling of words will not render the words ambiguous Both figures and words are ambiguous; the bid price will be considered indeterminate

4.

By submitting a bid, the Contractor agrees to accept all of SIUE’s contract terms. Submittal of conditions or qualifying statement contrary to SIUE’s contract terms are not acceptable and unless rescinded, the bid shall be rejected. Qualifying statements that would modify the work should be avoided by gaining approval by SIUE prior to bidding.

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The Bidder shall indicate in the space/s provided the bid amount/s.

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6.

Proposals which are signed for partnership are to be signed in the firm name by all partners or in firm name by Attorney-in-Fact. If signed by Attorney-in-Fact, there should be attached to Proposal a Power of Attorney evidencing authority to sign bid, dated as of or preceding date of the Proposal and executed by all partners of firm.

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Proposals which are signed for corporation should have correct corporate name thereon and signature of authorized officer of corporation manually written below corporate name following words "By......". Title of office held by person signing for corporation shall appear below signature of officer.

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Proposals submitted on behalf of an association of persons or firms bidding on the Contract as a joint venture must be properly signed in accordance with the above directions by each of the persons or firms which is a part of the joint venture agreement.

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Certified copy of the joint venture agreement must be attached to the proposal sheet. Joint ventures will not be accepted as Contractors unless the joint venture agreement or some other signed and legally binding instrument is certified and attached to the proposal sheet containing provision for one of the joint venturing firms or individuals, to be in full direction of the project and to exercise this direction through a single individual to be appointed Project Superintendent with the consent of all parties to the joint venture agreement.

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Proposals which are signed by individual doing business under an assumed name should be signed in name of individual "doing business as....".

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The name of each person signing the proposal shall be typed or printed below Proposer’s signature.

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All bids must be accompanied by a bid security in the amount of 5% of the total of their bid. A bid bond, certified check, bank draft, or cashiers’ check is acceptable (personal or company checks are not acceptable). The security is to be payable to the BOARD OF TRUSTEES OF SOUTHERN ILLINOIS UNIVERSITY GOVERNING SOUTHERN ILLINOIS UNIVERSITY EDWARDSVILLE for the measure of any liquidated damage which said may sustain, and the proceeds thereof shall become the property of said if, for any reason, the Bidder: a.

Withdraws his bid proposal after the opening of the bid and prior to the time a formal written Agreement evidenced by the Contract has been signed and delivered to Southern Illinois University Edwardsville, whether or not the Bidder at the time of such withdrawal has been designated as the successful Bidder, or

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Upon written notification of the award of Contract to him, he fails to properly sign and deliver to Southern Illinois University Edwardsville the 00100-4

written Contract within ten (10) days after receiving such written Agreement. SIUE will retain all bid bonds. Certified/cashier checks and bank drafts will be retained for all responsible and responsive bidders until the awarded Contractor has complied with all post award requirements. When, for any reason the bidder withdraws its bid within sixty (60) calendar days or any other specified period after the bid opening, or fails to comply with all post award requirements, such defaulting bidder and its surety shall pay to SIUE all costs incurred by SIUE for procuring the performance of the work including the difference between the dollar amount of the defaulting bidder’s bid and the accepted bid if the accepted bid is higher. Such costs shall include, but not be limited to, the additional contract price paid for the work and additional costs for advertising and Architect/Engineer services. When such costs are less than the bid security, the defaulting bidder shall be entitled to the excess of its bid security. When the defaulting bidder is the sole bidder and , after an attempt to secure other bids by re-advertising none can be obtained, SIUE shall be entitled to the full amount of the bid security as liquidated damages. 13.

A Bid Bond shall be subject to the approval of the University.

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Attorneys-in-Fact who sign bonds or contract bonds must file with each bond a certified and effectively dated copy of their Power of Attorney. These dates should be either the same as or precede the date of bond. The bond should be the same as or after the date of the Contract.

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The Bidder guarantees the amount of the bid set down hereinbefore to be firm for sixty (60) days. By mutual agreement by consent in writing from the Contractor, the bid may be held open for an additional period of time.

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The Awardee shall furnish an Indemnity Bond as called for in the General Terms and Conditions.

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All bids shall be based on providing all products exactly as required by the bidding. Bidders may select only a named product and manufacturer. For products specified only be reference or performance standards, select any product which meets or exceeds standards, by any manufacturer, subject to SIUE’s approval.

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SIUE reserves the right to sole source a supplier, manufacturer or subcontractor. This proprietary source will be clearly identified as the sole source in the project manual. Bidders shall include this item in their base or alternate bids. If the bidder identifies other items that are “de facto” proprietary by the nature of the specifications, the bidder is required to notify SIUE immediately upon discovery. 00100-5

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All substitutions must be submitted to [email protected] Such requests should be received by 12:00 noon CDT, June 12, 2012 and a complete description of the desired change including any technical data and references for SIUE’s evaluation. SIUE will include the modification by addendum if a request is approved.

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A bidder may propose substitutions with a bid completing the product substitution form included in the project manual, subject to the provisions stated thereon. SIUE will review the product substitutions proposed by the low bidder prior to award of contract. Accepted substitutions will be so stated in the contract. Only proposed substitutions of the lowest responsible bidder will be considered. Proposed substitutions shall not be a consideration in the determination of the lowest responsible bidder for award.

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SIUE reserves the right to reject any proposed substitution.

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After notice of award, substitutions may only be approved by written change order under one of the following conditions: Substitutions are required for compliance with final interpretations of code requirements or insurance regulations; Unavailability of specified products, through no fault of contractor; Subsequent information discloses inability of a specified product to perform properly or to fit in designated space; Manufacturer/fabricator refusal to certify or guarantee performance of a specified product as specified; or When a substitution would be substantially in SIUE’s best interests

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Submittal Requirements: When requested by SIUE, the Contractor shall submit complete data demonstrating compliance of the proposed substitution with contract documents: An itemized comparison of proposed substitution with product or method specified; data relating to changes in construction schedule, coordination, and other affected contracts; accurate cost data on proposed substitution in comparison with product or method specified; and accepted substitutions will be so stated in the contract

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Representation: In making a request for substitution, Contractor represents that: The proposed product is equal or superior to that specified; It will provide an equal or superior guarantee for the substitution as was specified; It will coordinate installation of accepted substitutions into work, making all changes for work to be complete; and It will pay all additional costs and expenses for SIUE, A/E, and other contractors affected. 00100-6

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Restriction: Substitutions will not be considered by shop drawing, informal request or when acceptance will require substantial revision of contract documents.

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Should a Bidder ascertain discrepancies, errors, or omissions in the documents, or specifications, or fail to understand the meaning thereof, he shall notify, in writing, Shelly Albert, Purchasing Officer of Southern Illinois University Edwardsville, Box 1012, Edwardsville, IL ([email protected]), who will send written instructions to all bidders, correcting and clarifying documents.

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Bidders may withdraw, change, or modify proposals at any time prior to the time and date of official opening. No oral (only written, telegraphic, or other electronically transmitted hard copy modifications) to the proposal will be considered. All such transmittals shall be confirmed in writing (signed by an authorized representative) and postmarked no later than the date of the bid opening.

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Any bidder may modify his bid by telegraphic communication any time prior to the scheduled closing time for receipt of bids provided such written telegraphic communication is received by Southern Illinois University Edwardsville prior to the closing time and, provided further, Southern Illinois University Edwardsville is satisfied that a written confirmation of the telegraphic modification over the signature of the bidder was mailed prior to the closing time. The telegraphic communication should not reveal the bid price but should provide the addition or subtraction or other modification so that the final prices of terms will not be known by Southern Illinois University Edwardsville until the sealed bid is opened.

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If a bidder requests a withdrawal of the bid, bidder must establish, clearly and convincingly, that the bid was founded on a credible error or omission. SIUE shall review the evidence provided and make a determination. If SIUE finds that the evidence of the mistake is not credible, the request will be denied and the bid will stand. The request may be granted if evidence of the mistake is credible. If the bidder requests have been excessive sanctions may be imposed, including default of the bid security. Other sanctions may include denial of bidding privileges, revocation of responsibility determination, or other appropriate actions.

30.

Bidder request for changes in or reformation of the bid after the bid opening shall not be granted.

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All Bid proposals shall be in the hands of the Purchasing Agent of Southern Illinois University Edwardsville no later than date and time as shown on the proposal forms. Bids will be publicly opened and read aloud immediately after the closing time specified, in the Purchasing Office. Any bids received after the time and date specified for the receipt of bids will be returned to the bidder unopened. 00100-7

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At the time and address stated in the advertisement for bids, all bids will be publicly opened and read. The bid opening is open to the public and anyone may attend, but no bid information will be made available to the public during the period between the public bid opening and the award of the bid. All bids received after that time will be returned unopened to the bidder. Official time will be at SIUE as stamped or noted on the envelope by SIUE.

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The public bid opening and reading of bids are for informational purposes only and are not to be construed as acceptance or rejection of any of the bids submitted.

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In the event of an assignment, SIUE may open bids for the other contracts prior to the bid opening for Coordinating Contractor work. In this event, SIUE will send a copy of the bid tabulations for the other contracts to all bidders of record for the Coordinating Contractor’s work. Bid tabulations will be for informational purposes only and will not mean that the apparent low bidder for the other work will be awarded a contract.

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Neither Southern Illinois University Edwardsville nor the owner's agent will be responsible for the delivery time of bids by the U.S. Postal Service.

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Mr. Thommy Schmidt, Burns & McDonnell, will coordinate work.

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This transaction subject to rules and regulations governing procurement and bidding at Southern Illinois University Edwardsville adopted pursuant to the Illinois Procurement Code.

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Southern Illinois University Edwardsville is an Affirmative Action Agency and is a cooperative agency for hiring minority workers. Pursuant to action by the Board of Trustees it is University policy that equal opportunity be realized in all facets of employment relating to the University and the expenditure of University funds. In furtherance of that policy, Bidders are advised that the Contract given in award of bid will, in all cases, impose the condition that the Bidder shall maintain diligent efforts to comply with the University's Affirmative Action Program, and such other affirmative action programs as may be applicable. In furtherance of such efforts to comply, all Contracts will require that diligent efforts be made, when seeking referrals, to obtain and utilize trainees. Contact the Urban League of Madison-St. Clair County, Alton, Illinois for referrals and/or the State of Illinois Department of Central Management Services Minority and Female Business Enterprise Division, 801 William G. Stratton Bldg., Springfield, IL 62706 - Telephone No.: (217) 785-4320 (or such other agencies as may, from time to time, be certified by the Director of Purchasing of Southern Illinois University Edwardsville as qualified to provide minority group manpower).

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39.

The Purchasing Agent of Southern Illinois University Edwardsville shall have the right to reject any and all proposals and to waive any technicalities or informalities in the bidding, and to award in such a manner as is deemed to best serve the interests of the University.

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Any and all references to Engineer, Campus Engineers, Associate University Architect, or Office of Architectural and Engineering Services, in Request for Quote documents shall be interpreted as Burns & McDonnell.

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Bidder to execute and return enclosed PC II form with bid.

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Awardee to execute PC III as instructed on form.

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No person shall be eligible to be awarded a Contract subject to the competitive bidding requirements of the Illinois Purchasing Code unless such person prior to bid opening has filed with the Illinois Department of Human Rights, 100 West Randolph, Room 10-100, Chicago, Illinois 60601, a properly completed and sworn Employer Report Form (Form PC-1) which is currently valid.

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In the event of the Contractor's noncompliance with any provision of this Equal Employment Opportunity Clause, the Illinois Department of Human Rights Rules and Regulations for Public Contracts, the Contractor may be declared non-responsible and therefore ineligible for future contracts or subcontracts with the State of Illinois or any of its political subdivisions or municipal corporations, and the Contract may be cancelled or voided in whole or in part, and such other sanctions or penalties may be imposed or remedies invoked as provided by statute or regulation.

45.

Access will be permitted to all relevant books, records, accounts, and work sites by personnel of the contracting agency and the Illinois Department of Human Rights for purposes of investigation to ascertain compliance with the Illinois Department of Human Rights Rules and Regulations of Public Contracts.

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Contracts will include verbatim or by reference provisions 1 through 7 in every performance subcontract as defined in Section 2.10 (b) of the Department's Rules and Regulations for Public Contracts so that such provisions will be binding upon every such subcontractor; and that it will also so include the provisions of paragraphs 1, 5, 6, and 7 in every supply subcontract as defined in Section 2.10 (a) of the Department's Rules and Regulations for Public Contracts so that such provisions will be binding upon every such subcontractor. In the same manner as with other provisions of this Contract, the Contractor will be liable for compliance with applicable provisions of this clause by all its subcontractors; and further it will promptly notify the contracting agency and the Illinois Department of Human Rights in the event any subcontractor fails or refuses to comply therewith. In addition, no Contractor will utilize any subcontractor declared by the Department to be non-responsible and therefore ineligible for Contracts or 00100-9

subcontracts with the State of Illinois or any of its political subdivisions or municipal corporations. 47.

It is required that all bidders have on file financial information relative to ownership of bidding concern--as per requirements of Illinois Purchasing Code. See enclosed Illinois Public Higher Education Bidders Application form, which must be executed if such information is not on file with Southern Illinois University Edwardsville Purchasing Department.

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All erasures or corrections in Proposals must be initialed by the person signing the Proposal.

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During the performance of this Contract the Contractor agrees as follows: a)

That it will not discriminate against any employee or applicant for employment because of race, color, religion, sex, national origin or ancestry, or physical or mental handicap unrelated to ability; and further that it will examine all job classifications to determine if minority persons or women are underutilized and will take appropriate affirmative action to rectify any such underutilization.

b)

That, if it hires additional employees in order to perform this Contract or any portion hereof, it will determine the availability (in accordance with the Department's Rules and Regulations for Public Contracts) of minorities and women in the area(s) from which it may reasonably recruit and it will hire for each job classification for which employees are hired in such a way that minorities and women are not underutilized.

c)

That, in all solicitations or advertisements for employees placed by it or on its behalf, it will state that all applicants will be afforded equal opportunity without discrimination because of race, color, religion, sex, national origin or ancestry, or physical or mental handicap unrelated to ability.

d)

That it will send to each labor organization or representative of workers with which it has or is bound by a collective bargaining or other agreement or understanding, a notice advising such labor organization or representative of the Contractor's obligations under the Illinois Department of Human Rights Act and the Department's Rules and Regulations for Public Contracts. If any such labor organization or representative fails or refuses to cooperate with the Contractor in its efforts to comply with such Act and Rules and Regulations, the Contractor will promptly so notify the Illinois Department of Human Rights and the contracting agency will recruit employees from other sources when necessary to fulfill its obligations thereunder. 00100-10

e)

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That it will submit reports as required by the Illinois Department of Human Rights Rules and Regulations for Public Contracts, furnish all relevant information as may from time to time be requested by the Department or the contracting agency, and in all respects comply with the Illinois Department of Human Rights Act and the Department's Rules and Regulations for Public Contracts.

The bidder is specifically advised that any person, firm, or the party to whom it is proposed to award a subcontract under this Contract: a)

Must be acceptable to the Owner, and must submit from each proposed subcontractor a certification of non-segregated facilities, in the same form as attached to the Proposal.

b)

Approval of the proposed Subcontractor Award cannot be given by the Owner unless and until the proposed Subcontractor has submitted the Certification and/or other evidence showing that it has fully complied with any reporting requirements to which it is or was subject.

c)

Although the bidder is not required to attach such Certification by its proposed Subcontractors to the bid, the bidder is advised of this requirement so that appropriate action can be taken to prevent subsequent delay in Subcontract Awards.

d)

The Contractor shall, within ten (10) days after the award of the Contract and before performance by Subcontractor/s, submit to the Engineer in writing, the names, addresses, and respective amounts of money of Subcontractors and major suppliers proposed for the principal parts of the work and for such others as the Engineer and/or Owner may direct and shall not employ any that are not acceptable as provided above.

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The owner may make such investigations as he deems necessary to determine the ability of the bidder to perform the work, and the bidder shall furnish to the Owner all such information for this purpose as the Owner may request. The Owner reserves the right to reject any bid if the evidence submitted by, or investigation of, such bidder fails to satisfy the Owner, that such bidder is properly qualified to carry out the obligations of the Contract and to complete work contemplated herein. Conditional bids will not be accepted.

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The bidder's attention is directed to the fact that all applicable Federal and State laws, municipal ordinances, and the rules and regulations of all authorities having jurisdiction over construction of the project shall apply to the Contract throughout, and they will be deemed to be included in the Contract the same as though herein written out in full. 00100-11

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The term "Subcontract" means any agreement, arrangement or understanding, written or otherwise, between a Contractor and any person (in which the parties do not stand in the relationship of an employer and an employee): For the furnishing of supplies or services or for the use of real or personal property, including lease arrangements, which, in whole or in part, are utilized in the performance of any one or more contracts. Under which any portion of the Contractor's obligation under any one or more Contracts is performed, undertaken, or assumed.

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Bidder must agree not to commence work on or before a date to be specified in a written "Notice to Proceed" (Purchase Order) of the Owner and to fully complete the project within the number of consecutive calendar days thereafter as specified in the Proposal Form.

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No bids on this work will be considered if submitted by Contractors of the 'broker' type who intend that their services shall be largely limited to supervision of their Subcontractors. Contractors will, therefore, be required to covenant to perform a minimum of thirty percent (30%) of the dollar value of the Contract with their own forces on-site and to describe on own letterhead and attach to the proposal sheet which categories of work will be performed by the Contractor's own forces or laborers of which trades will be on the bidder's own payroll.

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To conform to the Steel Products Procurement Act, 30 ILCS 565, requires that all contracts for the construction, reconstruction, alteration, repair, maintenance or improvement of public works made of a public agency contain a provision that steel products used or supplied by the contract or a subcontract thereto, shall be manufactured or produced in the United States. Steel products means “products rolled, formed, shaped, drawn, extruded, forged, cast, fabricated, or otherwise similarly processed, or processed by a combination of two or more such operations, from steel made in the United States by open hearth, basic oxygen, electric furnace, Bessemer or other steel making process.” The provisions of this Act shall not apply: (1) (2)

Where the Contract involves an expenditure of less than $500. Where the executive head of the public agency certifies in writing that: (a)

The specified products are not manufactured or produced in the United States in sufficient quantities to meet the agency's requirements or cannot be manufactured or produced in the United States within the necessary time in sufficient quantities to meet the agency's requirements, or 00100-12

(b)

(3)

Obtaining the specified products, manufactured or produced in the United States would increase the cost of the Contract by more than 10%. When its application is not in the public interest. No public agency may authorize, provide for, or make any payment to any vendor or Contractor upon any Contract in violation of Section 4. It shall be a business offense for any vendor or Contractor to knowingly enter into any Contract in violation of Section 4 or to knowingly violate Contract provisions required by Section 4. Each such violation shall subject the violator to a fine of the greater of $5,000 or the payment price received by him as a result of such violation. The Attorney General is authorized to file and prosecute a complaint in the circuit court of any county in which the Contract was in whole or in part executed or performed.

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Any Contract as a result of this bid may be subject to The Employment of Illinois Workers on Public Works Act, 30 ILCS 570/0.01 et. seq. (2002)). This Act requires the employment of only Illinois laborers on all public works projects or improvements or for the clean-up and on-site disposal of hazardous waste whenever there is a period of excessive unemployment in Illinois, except with Illinois laborers are unavailable or incapable of performing the particular type of work involved. The term “Illinois laborer” is defined therein as any person who has resided in Illinois for at least thirty (30) days and intends to become or remain an Illinois resident. An exception to the above requirement is permitted by the statute in that the contractor may place up to three (3) of his regularly employed non-resident executive and technical experts on the job (up to six (6) in some specific instances), even though they do not qualify as Illinois laborers.

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A Foreign Corporation is responsible for obtaining A CERTIFICATE OF AUTHORITY to transact business in the State of Illinois. A Foreign Corporation is a corporation organized under the laws of a state or country other than Illinois. Contact: Secretary of State, 217-782-6961.

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Contractor shall be responsible for maintaining compliance with applicable Local, State, and/or Federal guidelines (e.g., OSHA, EPA, etc.) during the actual sandblasting activity and during clean-up and removal of all resulting debris to an approved off-campus location.

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Certified Payroll Requirements (Public Act 94-0515) The Contractor shall submit monthly to Owner a certified payroll consisting of a complete copy of the records required under section 120/5(a)(1) of the Act. The certified payroll shall include records of all laborers, mechanics, and other workers employed by the Contractor and its Subcontractors, including Assigned Subcontractors, for services performed under the Contract Documents. 00100-13

The certified payroll records must include for every worker employed on the public works project the name, each worker’s name, address, telephone number, social security number, job classification, hourly wages paid in each pay period, and number of hours worked each day, and the starting and ending times of each work day. The certified payroll shall be accompanied by a statement signed by the Contractor and statements signed by each Subcontractor where appropriate which ever that: (1) such records are true and accurate, (2) the hourly rate paid to each worker is not less than the general prevailing rate of hourly wages required under the Act; and (3) the Contractor or Subcontractor acknowledges that filing a certified payroll that he or she knows to be false is a Class B misdemeanor. These certified payroll records are considered public records and public bodies must make these records available to the public under the Freedom of Information Act, with the exception of the employee's address, telephone number and social security number. Certified payroll must be submitted with all pay applications. 61.

820 ILCS 305/26.1 (HB 1795, Public Act 95-0026) Sec. 26.1. Misclassification of employees as independent contractors. The Department of Labor, the Department of Employment Security, the Department of Revenue, the Office of the State Comptroller, and the Illinois Workers' Compensation Commission shall cooperate under the Employee Classification Act by sharing information concerning any suspected misclassification by an employer or entity, as defined in the Employee Classification Act, of one or more employees as independent contractors.

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Prevailing Wage – Substance Abuse (HB 1855, Public Act 95-0635) The bidder certifies that it has complied with the Substance Abuse Prevention on Public Works Projects Act (820 ILCS 265) including the requirement to file with SIUE a written program that meets or exceeds the requirements of the Act. The requirements of this certification and disclosure are a material part of this Agreement and the bidder shall require this certification provision to be included in all sub-agreements.

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The Veterans Preference Act: An Act to give preference to veterans of the United State military and naval service in appointments and employment upon public works by, or for the use of, the State or its political subdivisions.” (330 ILCS 55/0.01 et. seq. (2002)). This Act requires that preference in employment on public works projects be given to qualified veterans under certain conditions.

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Public Works Employment Discrimination Act: Contractor shall comply with all applicable provisions of The Public Works Employment Discrimination Act (775 ILCS 10). The purpose of this Act is to ensure that no person shall be refused or denied employment in any capacity on the ground of unlawful discrimination, as that term is defined in the Illinois Human Rights Act (775 ILCS 5), nor be subjected to unlawful discrimination in any manner, in connection with the contracting for or the performance 00100-14

of any work or service of any kind, by, for, on behalf of, or for the benefit of this State, or of any department, bureau, commission, board, or other political subdivision or agency thereof. 65.

The Illinois Human Rights Act: (775 ILCS 5/1 – 101 et. seq. (2000)). The purpose of this Act is to secure for all individuals within Illinois the freedom from discrimination because of race, color, religion, sex, national origin, ancestry, age, marital status, physical or mental handicap, military status, sexual orientation, or unfavorable discharge from military service in connection with employment, real estate transactions, access to financial credit and the availability of public accommodations. The Illinois Department of Human Rights and the Illinois Human Rights Commission are assigned duties for the enforcement of the Act.

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The Health and Safety Act: An Act relating to the health and safety of person employed, vesting in the Director of Labor power to make reasonable rules relating thereto; providing for the enforcement thereof; and repealing certain Acts herein named.” (820 ILCS 225/0.01 et. seq. (2002)). It is the duty of every employer under the Act to provide reasonable protection to the lives, health and safety and to furnish to each of his employees employment and a place of employment which is free from recognized hazards that are causing or are likely to cause death or serious physical harm to this employees. The Act further requires that occupational health and safety standards be complied with.

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The Federal (Copeland) Anti-Kickback Act and Regulations: The Contractor shall comply with the Federal (Copeland) Anti-Kickback Act (18 USC Section 874 (2002); 40 USC Section 276c (2002) and Regulations of the Secretary of Labor (29 CFR, Part 3) which are herein incorporated by reference.

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Vendors Legal Authorization: Vendors may qualify to submit bids to state universities of Illinois only if they are a legal entity authorized to do business in Illinois prior to submitting the bid. This applies to both in-state and out-of-state firms. Failure to provide the Certificate in Good Standing (or other qualifications as noted on the attached Vendor Legal Authorization Form) with your bid may result in your bid being considered as nonresponsive. Bidders must submit a true and correct copy substantiating legal registration (30 ILCS 500/1.15.80), according to the guidelines that are referenced on the Vendor Legal Authorization form. Specific information can be obtained from the Illinois Secretary of State. First-tier subcontractors in which subcontracts exceed $25,000 will be required to provide this same information to the awardee and to SIUE within 20 days of the award to the awardee of this bid.

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subcontractors in with contracts of $25,000 or more and the expected amount of money each will receive. The awardee shall provide SIUE, who in turn will submit to the Chief Procurement Officer, a copy of any subcontracts within 20 days after the execution of the contract/purchase order or after execution of the subcontract, whichever is later. The awardee will notify SIUE and the Chief Procurement Officer promptly, if any time during the term of a contract the awardee add or changes any subcontractors. Subcontracts must include all the standard qualifications, certifications, representations and disclosures attachment as required under the Illinois Procurement Code. Awardee should copy these forms from this contract document and insure they are included and provided as part of all subcontracts. Section 50-35 (a): All offers from responsive bidders with an annual value of more than $25,000 and all subcontracts, copies of which must be provided by Section 20-120 of the Illinois Procurement Code, shall be accompanied by disclosure of the financial interests of the bidder and each first-tier subcontractor to be used. The financial disclosure form of each successful bidder and its subcontractors shall be incorporated as a material terms of the contract and shall become part of the publicly available contract or procurement file maintained by the appropriate chief procurement officer. Each disclosure under this Section and Section 50-34 shall be signed and made under penalty of perjury by an authorized officer or employee on behalf of the bidder or offeror, and must be filed with the Procurement Policy Board. All contractor and subcontractor disclosures will be filed as attachments to the award posting on the private side of the Illinois Higher Education Bulletin. These documents will not be available to the public. The two apparent low bidders will have twenty-four hours after the bid due date and time to submit (on the form provided) subcontractors to be used on this project. All subcontractors name, address, phone, e-mail and anticipated amount of money each subcontractor is expected to receive must be included in this submission. Subcontractors are defined as those specifically hired to provide to the Awardee some or all of the goods, services, property, remuneration, or other forms of consideration that are the subject of this bid, including sublessees from alessee of a State Agency.

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PROPOSAL SHEETS FOR CONTRACT DUE DATE: June 18, 2012, 2:00 p.m. PROPOSAL SHEETS TO FURNISH ALL LABOR AND MATERIAL TO PROVIDE DEMOLITION SERVICES, FABRICATE AND INSTALL PIPING SYSTEMS IN THE NCERC SOUTHERN ILLINOIS UNIVERSITY EDWARDSVILLE KNOWN AS "QUOTATION NO. 8895” Proposal of (hereinafter called "Bidder"): - a corporation organized and existing under the laws of the State of - a partnership consisting . - an individual trading as .

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Strike out inapplicable provision. TO THE BOARD OF TRUSTEES SOUTHERN ILLINOIS UNIVERSITY GOVERNING SOUTHERN ILLINOIS UNIVERSITY EDWARDSVILLE NANCY UFERT FAIRLESS, DIRECTOR EDWARDSVILLE, ILLINOIS Bidder, in compliance with the invitation for bids to furnish all labor, equipment, tools, material, insurance, overhead and profit, and other costs associated with demolition work and to fabricate and install piping systems in the National Corn-to-Ethanol Plant located on the Edwardsville campus of Southern Illinois University Edwardsville, having examined the specifications with related documents and site of proposed work, and being familiar with all conditions surrounding construction of proposed project including availability of materials and labor, hereby propose to furnish all labor, material, and supplies, and to perform project in accordance with Contract Documents within time set forth herein, and at prices stated below. These prices are to cover all expenses, including any applicable taxes, incurred in performing work required under Contract Documents, of which this proposal is a part. Bidder acknowledges receipt of following addenda and has included such in his proposal: Addendum No. I, dated ______________________ Addendum No. II, dated ______________________ Addendum No. III, dated ______________________ This proposal consists of 10 pages ___________________________________________ Signature of Bidder 00300-17

PROPOSAL SHEETS FOR CONTRACT All proposals shall be submitted without modification or reservation on this form, with each space properly filled. Proposals not on this form may be rejected. Bidder agrees that this transaction is subject to rules and regulations governing procurement and bidding at Southern Illinois University Edwardsville adopted pursuant to the Illinois Procurement Code. In the following proposal, amount to be shown in both words and figures. In case of discrepancy between amount shown by words and amount by figures, amount shown by words will govern. The Bidder agrees to furnish all labor, equipment, tools, material, insurance, overhead and profit, and any other costs associated with demolition work and to fabricate and install piping systems in the National Corn-to-Ethanol Plant located on the Edwardsville campus of Southern Illinois University Edwardsville, in strict accordance with the Instructions to Bidders, General Conditions, provisions of Specifications and Drawings, and Addenda (if any), for the sum/s as set forth below: Base Bid: Provide all labor, materials, equipment, tools, QA/QC, supervision, etc. to perform demolition work and to fabricate and install piping systems in accordance with all contract documents, plans and specifications: ______________________________________________________($_______________) (Above to be in both written and numerical form) Time is of the essence. Project must be substantially complete by August 17, 2012.

This proposal consists of 10 pages ___________________________________________ Signature of Bidder 00300-18

PROPOSAL SHEETS FOR CONTRACT Please check the statement below that applies to the articles you are offering in this bid/proposal. For the purposes of this question “manufactured in the United States” means in the case of assembled articles that final assembly occurred in the United States. ____

We certify that all offered articles were/ will be manufactured in the United States. We understand that, if we are awarded a contract based on a preference for US manufactured goods under the Procurement of Domestic Products Act (PA 93-0954), this certification will become part of the contract, and, if we knowingly supply non-US manufactured goods, we will be subject to penalties that include debarment for 5 years, voiding of the contract, and civil damages.

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We are unable to certify that all offered articles were/ will be manufactured in the United States.

Department of Human Rights Number: ____________________/Expiration: ___________ Lump Sum or Time and Materials Changes: The undersigned bidder agrees that the following percentages for combined overhead and profit shall be added to job costs for the net amount of work added to or deleted from the Contract by written lump sum or time and material change orders approved by the Architect/Engineer and the University. A. Add to net extra costs for added work to be performed by: 1) Its own forces 18% 2) Its subcontractors 6% (including assigned subcontractors) 3) Assigned Prime Contractors 2.5% (Payble upon project completion) B.

Add to net credit for job costs for deleted work originally to have been performed by: 1) Its own forces 0% 2) Its subcontractors 0% Note: Taxes are considered as incidentals, as well as bonds and insurance costs and are not included in the percentages listed above nor should they be added to change orders submitted.

This proposal consists of 10 pages ___________________________________________ Signature of Bidder 00300-19

PROPOSAL SHEETS FOR CONTRACT Bidder declares that he has had an opportunity to examine the site of work; that he has examined the Contract Documents; that he has carefully examined and checked this proposal, materials, equipment, and labor required thereunder, the cost thereof, and Contractor’s figures thereof and hereby states that amount or amounts set forth in this proposal or in Bidder's computations upon which this proposal is based is correct and that Bidder agrees that he will make no claim for reformation, modification, revision or correction of this bid after scheduled closing time for receipt of bids. In submitting this bid it is agreed that this may not be withdrawn for a period of sixty (60) days after scheduled closing time for receipt of bids. By mutual agreement by consent in writing from the Contractor, the bid may be held open for an additional period of time. Bidder understands that Owner reserves the right to reject any or all bids and to waive any technicalities and/or informalities in the bidding, and to award in such a manner as is deemed to best serve the needs of the University. BIDDER'S CERTIFICATE Bidder hereby certifies: That this bid is genuine and is not made in interest or on behalf of any undisclosed person, firm, or corporation, and is not submitted in conformity with any agreement or rules of any group, association, or corporation; That the Bidder has not directly or indirectly induced or solicited any other Bidder to put in a false or sham bid; The bidder and all bidder’s subcontractors must participate in applicable apprenticeship and training programs approved by and registered with the United States Department of Labor’s Bureau of Apprenticeship and Training. BID DEPOSIT A Bid Deposit in the amount of five percent (5%) of the total base bid is required from each Bidder. This proposal consists of 10 pages ___________________________________________ Signature of Bidder 00300-20

PROPOSAL SHEETS FOR CONTRACT The Undersigned agrees that the Bid Deposit, a Certified Check, Bank Draft, or Cashier's Check, (personal or company checks are not acceptable) in the amount of ($ ) (Dollars) enclosed herewith, payable to Board of Trustees of Southern Illinois University governing Southern Illinois University Edwardsville, is the measure of liquidated damages which Southern Illinois University Edwardsville will sustain and that the proceeds thereof shall become the property of Southern Illinois University Edwardsville if, for any reason, the undersigned: 1.

Withdraws the bid or proposal after the opening of the bids and prior to the time a formal written Agreement evidencing the Contract has been signed and delivered to University and a satisfactory performance payment bond has been furnished to University, whether or not the undersigned at the time of such withdrawal has been designated as the successful Bidder, or

2.

Upon written notification of the award of Contract to him he fails to properly sign and deliver to University the written Agreement formally evidencing the Contract within ten (10) days after the written Agreement has been mailed to the undersigned for such execution, or

3.

Fails to furnish indemnity bond as required by the Contract Documents to University within twenty (20) days after signing and delivering said written Agreement.

The Undersigned agrees that withdrawal of this bid proposal, or failure to sign the agreement shall automatically bar undersigned from any further consideration and terminate any and all rights undersigned may have acquired in, by, or through this bond or proposal. The Contractor certifies that it is not barred from being awarded a Contract or Subcontract in accordance with the Illinois Procurement Code.

This proposal consists of 10 pages ___________________________________________ Signature of Bidder 00300-21

PROPOSAL SHEETS FOR CONTRACT If a Corporation: Incorporated under the laws of: ____________________

(SEAL)

Name of Corporation: ____________________________ State of: _______________________________________ Name and Title of Officers: ____________________________________________ ____________________________________________ Address for Communication: ___________________________________________ ___________________________________________ Foreign Corporation is responsible for obtaining A CERTIFICATE OF AUTHORITY to transact business in the State of Illinois. A Foreign Corporation is a corporation organized under the laws of a state or country other than Illinois. Contact: Secretary of State, (217) 782-6961. Bidder certifies that it is a properly formed and existing legal entity (30 ILCS 500/1.15.80, 2043); and as applicable has obtained an assumed name certificate from the appropriate authority, or has registered to conduct business in Illinois and is in good standing with the Illinois Secretary of State.

This proposal consists of 10 pages ___________________________________________ Signature of Bidder 00300-22

PROPOSAL SHEETS FOR CONTRACT PARTNERSHIP: State names and City and State of residence of all partners: Name of Partnership: __________________________________________________________ ________________________________ _______________________ __________________ Name City State Name of Partnership ________________________________ _______________________ __________________ Name City State Name of Partnership ___________________________________________________________________________ Address for Communication IF AN INDIVIDUAL DOING BUSINESS UNDER A FIRM NAME: State City and State of residence: _________________________________________________ (dba – firm name): ___________________________________________________ (Name and Style of): ___________________________________________________________ Address: _____________________________________________________________________ IF AN INDIVIDUAL: State City and State of residence: _________________________________________________ Name of Individual: ____________________________________________________________ Address for Communication: _____________________________________________________

This proposal consists of 10 pages ___________________________________________ Signature of Bidder 00300-23

PROPOSAL SHEETS FOR CONTRACT IF A JOINT VENTURE: ____________________________________________________________________ State Name, City and State of Residence of all Joint Ventures ____________________________________________________________________ Name City State ____________________________________________________________________ Name City State Each Bidder, including each party or any joint venture, must complete proposal form by signing on proper signature line above and by supplying required information called for in connection with signature. Information called for is necessary in proper preparation of Contract. Please see that it is correct.

This proposal consists of 10 pages ___________________________________________ Signature of Bidder 00300-24

PROPOSAL SHEETS FOR CONTRACT SUMMARY OF WORK EXPERIENCE Similar contract completed within the last five years (at least 3 projects).

Project & Location

Contract Type & Final Amount

Start & Completion Dates*

Name & Phone No. of Owner & A/E References

*month/year All Contracts under construction:

Project & Location

Contract Type Current Amount & Percent Complete

Start and Completion Due Dates*

*month/year

This proposal consists of 10 pages ___________________________________________ Signature of Bidder 00300-25

Name & Phone No. of Owner & A/E References

PROPOSAL SHEETS FOR CONTRACT Awards pending: Project & Location

Contract Type & Amount

Expected Start and Completion

Name & Phone No. of Owner & A/E References

Enclosures/Forms to be returned with bid: 1. DHR - PC Form I (to be completed & submitted to Chicago address if a valid # is not on file) 2. Bidder's List Application (to be returned with bid if a new form not submitted in 2010) 3. Prequalification Statement (to be returned prior to the bid opening) 3a. Disclosure of Business in Iran (part of prequalification package) 3b. Board of Elections Statement (part of prequalification package) 3c. Certifications and Conflicts (part of prequalification package) 3d. Disclosures and Conflicts of Interest (part of prequalification package) 3e. Vendors Legal Authorization (Certificate of Good Standing part of prequalification package) 3f. Substance Abuse Policy (part of prequalification package) 3g. References (to be submitted with prequalification package) 4. Project Labor Agreement (to be returned with bid) 5. PC II Form (to be returned with bid) 6. Standard Qualification, Certifications, Representations & Disclosures (to be completed by first-tier subcontractors of $25,000 or more and returned with subcontract agreement within 20 days of award) 7. Certified Transcript of Payroll (informational) 11. Product Substitution Form 8. Contractor Safety Program (informational) 12. No Bid Reply Form 9. Prevailing Wage Rates (informational) 13. Subcontractor Info (To be returned within 24 10. Bid Bond (to be returned with bid) hours of the bid opening) 14. 30% Workforce Letter (To be returned with bid) This proposal consists of 10 pages ___________________________________________ Signature of Bidder 00300-26

A.I.A. GENERAL CONDITIONS

The General Conditions of the Contract for construction for this project shall be as stipulated in the A.I.A. "General Conditions of the Contract for the Construction of Buildings" and marked A.I.A. Document No. A-201 dated August, 1997, shall govern work under this Contract, except as amended by the Southern Illinois University Edwardsville Supplemental Conditions attached hereto.

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SOUTHERN ILLINOIS UNIVERSITY EDWARDSVILLE SUPPLEMENTAL GENERAL CONDITIONS 1.

The conditions contain modifications and additions to the General Conditions. Where any part of the General Conditions is modified or voided by these conditions, the unaltered portions shall remain in effect.

2.

Contractor shall provide any and all necessary materials and labor to make installation completely satisfactory, workable, and acceptable to the Engineer.

3.

During the performance of the Contract no substitution shall be allowed without prior written approval of both the Engineer and the Owner. Where two or more items are listed in specifications, the selection among those items listed is the Contractor's option.

4.

Successful Bidder must comply (on the University form) with the Insurance and Hold Harmless requirements. Contractor shall not commence work under this Contract until they have obtained all the insurance required and such insurance has been approved by the University, nor shall the Contractor allow any Subcontractor to commence work on the Subcontract until any insurance which may be required of the Subcontractor has been obtained and approved. Minimum acceptable rating of Insurer to be B:V in "Best" latest Insurance Manual.

5.

Contractor is responsible for patching and repairing of any property damaged while performing.

6.

Contractor shall be responsible for the cleaning up of rubbish and removal of same occasioned by the work. All trash must be removed from campus and disposed of in a legal manner. No burning will be permitted on campus.

7.

It shall be recognized by all Contractors engaged on the work that the premises must be kept clean and free from the fire hazard occasioned by rubbish.

8.

If the Engineer should deem it inexpedient to correct work injured or done not in accordance with the Contract, the difference in value, together with a fair allowance for damage, shall be deducted from the Contract amount due. The value of such deduction shall be determined by the Engineer.

9.

The Contractor shall promptly remove from the premises all materials which fail to conform to the Contract, as certified by the Engineer, whether incorporated in the work or not, and the Contractor shall promptly replace and re-execute its own work in accordance with the Contract and without expense to the University and shall bear the expense of making good all work destroyed or damaged during such removal and/or replacement. 00800-28

10.

If Contractor does not remove such condemned work and materials within a reasonable time, fixed by written notice, University may remove them and may store the material at the expense of the Contractor. If the Contractor does not pay the expense of such removal within five (5) days thereafter, the University may, upon ten (10) days written notice sell such materials at auction or at private sale and shall account for the net proceeds thereof, after deducting all the costs and expenses that should have been borne by the Contractor, or the University may deduct the cost of removal and storage from the Contract compensation due the Contractor.

11.

Neither final certificate for payment nor any provision in the Contract Documents shall relieve the Contractor of responsibility for negligence or faulty materials or workmanship within the extent and period provided in the guarantee period as provided elsewhere in the Contract Documents. Upon written notice, Contractor shall promptly remedy any defects due thereto and pay for any damage to other work resulting therefrom, which shall appear within the time specified herein.

12.

If Contractor should neglect to prosecute the work properly or fail to perform any provision of this Contract, the University after seven (7) days written notice to the Contractor, may, without prejudice to any other remedy they may have, make good such deficiencies and may deduct the cost thereof from the payment then or thereafter due the Contractor.

13.

In the event that any of the provisions of this Contract are violated by the Contractor or by any of its Subcontractors, the University may serve written notice upon the Contractor of its intentions to terminate the Contract, and, unless within ten (10) days after the serving of such notice upon the Contractor such violation of delay shall cease and satisfactory arrangement or correction be made, the Contract shall, upon the expiration of said ten (10) days, cease and terminate. In the event of any such termination, the University shall immediately serve notice thereof upon the Contractor and shall have the right to take over the work and prosecute the same to completion by Contract or by force account for the account and at the expense of the Contractor and the Contractor shall be liable to the University for any excess cost occasioned the University thereby; and in such event the University may take possession of and utilize in completing the work such materials, appliances, and plant as may be on the site of the work and necessary thereafter.

14.

Contractor's Right to Terminate Contract: a) If the work should be stopped under an order of any court or other public authority for a period of sixty (60) days through no act or fault of the Contractor or of anyone employed by them, then the Contractor may, upon twenty (20) days written notice to the University and the Engineer, terminate this Contract and recover from the University payment for all work executed and any proven loss sustained upon any plant or materials and reasonable profit and damage. 00800-29

b)

Should the University, after Contractor has complied with requirements of Contract Documents for submission of requests for payment, fail to pay the Contractor any sum certified by the Engineer within forty-five (45) days after the Engineer's issuance of the certificate of payment, then the Contractor may, upon fifteen (15) days written notice to the University and the Engineer, stop the work or terminate this Contract.

15.

The Contractor shall and will, in good workmanlike manner, do and perform all work and furnish all supplies and materials, machinery, equipment, facilities and means, except as herein otherwise expressly specified, necessary or proper to perform and complete all the work required by this Contract within the time herein specified, in accordance with the provisions of the Contract and said specifications, in accordance with the plans and drawing/s of the work covered by this Contract, and any and all supplemental plans and drawing/s, and in accordance with the directions of the Engineer as given from time to time during the progress of the work.

16.

Precaution shall be exercised at all times for the protection of persons (including students and employees) and property. All hazardous conditions shall be guarded against or eliminated in all operations pertaining to this Contract.

17.

Contractor shall take all necessary precautions for the safety of employees on the work and shall comply with all applicable provisions of Federal, State, and Municipal safety laws and building codes, including the American Standards Safety Code for Building Construction, ASA A10Z latest edition, to prevent accidents or injury to persons on, about or adjacent to the premises where the work is being performed. Contractor shall erect and properly maintain at all times, as required by the conditions and progress of the work, all necessary safeguards for the protection of workmen and the work, and the public and shall post danger signs warning against such hazards.

18.

Contractor shall designate a responsible member of its organization on the work, whose duty shall be the prevention of accidents. The name and position of any person so designated shall be reported to the Engineer by the Contractor. All layout required on the site to perform the construction as per plans and specifications will be by the Contractor.

19.

In the event of inconsistency between drawing/s and specifications or within either document itself, the better quality or greater quantity of work shall be included; provided it shall be the Contractor's responsibility to call the matter to the Engineer's attention for decision.

20.

In the event that the drawing/s call for some work not covered by the specifications, the work called for by the drawing/s shall be included in the work under the Contract. 00800-30

21.

In the case of such inconsistency between drawing/s and specifications or within either document itself, the cost of the better quality or greater quantity of work shall be included in the proposal and the matter drawn to the attention of the Engineer for decision and/or adjustment.

22.

Unless otherwise specified, Contractor shall guarantee in writing prior to final acceptance of the work and payment, that all materials and workmanship are free from defects. Contractor shall further agree to repair and replace all defective materials and workmanship furnished under this Contract for a period of one (1) year unless otherwise specified, from the date of final acceptance by the Owner as evidenced by the issuance of final certificate for payment.

23.

Each Contractor shall be responsible to the University and Engineer for cooperation and harmony between all Contractors, engaged on the work and shall cooperate with the work under supervision of the Engineer or Contractor’s representatives for the best interests of the work.

24.

Each Contractor shall allow employees of all other Contractors the necessary and usual access through the portions of the building under Contractor’s immediate control.

25.

The Contractor shall furnish sufficient forces to insure the prosecution of the work in accordance with the approved progress schedule.

26.

Before ordering any material or fabricating any work, each Contractor shall verify all measurements at the job and shall be responsible for the correctness of same. No extra charge or compensation will be allowed on account of differences between actual measurements and dimensions on the drawing/s. Any difference found shall be submitted to the Engineer for consideration before proceeding with the work.

27.

Certain of the drawing/s are diagrammatic only. The actual work involved shall be installed from approved shop drawing/s and measurements, therefore, must be obtained at the site.

28.

All specifications are the property of the University and Engineer and are not be used for any purpose other than the construction of this project. Whenever reference is made in the contract document to standard specifications of any society, institute, association, or governmental authority, the reference shall be construed to mean the standards that are in effect at the date of invitation for bids for this Contract; except that if a revised specification is issued by such named organization before completion of any part of the work affected by said specifications, the Contractor may, if approved by the Engineer, perform that part of the work thus affected in accordance with the revised specifications. 00800-31

29.

The drawing/s and specifications are to act as design criteria for the mechanical and electrical Contractors. Alternate designs of the same capacity may be presented to the Engineer for approval. However, NO changes shall be made without the written approval of the Design Engineer.

30.

The sole responsibility of the supervising Engineer will be to inspect the construction and approve payouts.

31.

In support of the Business Enterprise for Minority, Female and Persons with Disabilities Act (MAFBE; 30 ILCS 575 et seq., as amended) the University has established the goal of 20% of its contracts to be awarded to minority (11%), female (7%), and disabled (2%) businesses. University encourages minority, female and disabled business enterprises to compete for and participate in University contracts. The goals can be met by means of contracts let directly to minority, female and disabled business firms by University or indirectly by Proposer’s ordering goods or services from minority, female and disabled firms when suppliers or subcontractors are needed to fulfill the Contract. Information about Proposer’s MAFBE status must be included in Bidder’s Application Form as part of the submission. Proposer, if awarded a Contract, agrees to notify Southern Illinois University Edwardsville of changes of its status as a minority, female, or disabled business enterprise within fifteen (15) business days of the occurrence of such a change. Proposer agrees to identify minority, female, and disables business firms providing the Proposer with goods or services in the fulfillment of the Contract requirements, and further agrees to report, upon request by the University, the dollar value of purchases made with these firms. Upon request, University will provide a list of certified minority, female, and disabled business firms that may be contacted.

32.

If the Proposer’s firm is not owned by a minority, female, or disabled person and the Proposer intends to use such a firm to provide supplies or subcontracting services, include a plan to order supplies or subcontract for services with such firms. The plan should indicate the estimated value as a percentage of the total Pricing Proposal. The plan should also indicate the names of the minority, female, and disabled businesses that will be used, the type of certification they have, and the agency certifying their status.

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AMENDMENTS TO AIA DOCUMENT A-201

The following supplements modify, change, delete from or add to the General Conditions of the Contract for Construction, Document A201, Fifteenth edition, 1997, issued by the American Institute of Architects, Washington, D.C. Where any article of the General Conditions is modified or any paragraph, subparagraph or sub-subparagraph thereof is modified or deleted by these Supplementary Conditions, the unaltered provisions of that Article, Paragraph, 00800-32

Subparagraph or Sub-subparagraph shall remain in effect. ARTICLE 1 - GENERAL PROVISIONS 1.1 Basic Definitions Subparagraph 1.1.1: Add in the first sentence after “Specifications,” “Project Manual Volume 1,". Delete the last sentence in the subparagraph. Subparagraph 1.1.3: Add to the end of Subparagraph the following: "Nothing contained in this Subparagraph 1.1.3 shall alter the responsibilities established in Subparagraph 3.3.1." Add the new Subparagraph 1.1.8: 1.1.8 The term "provide", including derivatives thereof, shall be interpreted to mean "furnish, fabricate, complete, transport, deliver, install, erect, construct, and finish, including all labor, materials, equipment, apparatus, appurtenances, and expense necessary to complete in place ready for operation or use under the terms of the Contract Documents. Add the new Subparagraph 1.1.9: 1.1.9 The term "furnish" shall mean supply or furnish only to the project site. Products and materials to be furnished shall be consigned to the Contractor and delivered to the project site. Add the new Subparagraph 1.1.10: 1.1.10 The term "install" shall mean install any product or material furnished. Such products and materials shall be received at the project site, unloaded, stored, protected and installed complete in place, including connections, auxiliary items and other materials and Work required for a complete and properly functioning installation, unless any such Work is specifically excluded. Add the new Subparagraph 1.1.11: 1.1.11 The term "review" where used in conjunction with Engineer's response to submittals, requests, applications, inquiries, reports and claims by the Contractor, will be held to limitations of the Engineer's responsibilities and duties as specified in the General Conditions of the Contract and Supplementary Conditions. In no case will the Engineer's review be interpreted as a release of the Contractor from responsibilities to fulfill requirements of the Contract Documents.

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Add the new Subparagraph 1.1.12: 1.1.12 The term "Project Site" is defined as the space available to the Contractor for performance of the Work, either exclusively or in conjunction with others performing other work as part of the project. The extent of the project site is shown on the Drawings. 1.2 Execution, Correlation and Intent Delete subparagraph 1.2.1 in its entirety and replace with: 1.2.1 The Contract shall be in the form of a purchase order signed by the Purchasing Officer and delivered to the awardee. An acceptance copy of same shall be signed and returned to the Purchasing Officer. Subparagraph 1.2.2; Add to the end of Subparagraph the following: "Such organization shall not operate to make the Engineer an arbiter for the separation of responsibility between Contractor and its Subcontractors and between its Sub-subcontractors, nor shall such organization relieve the Contractor of the entire Work regardless of the trade separation. However, Engineer may act as arbitrator between all Contractors with whom Owner will sign a separate contract.” Add the new Subparagraph 1.2.4: 1.2.4 Any material specified by reference to the number, symbol or title of specific standards, such as Commercial Standards, Federal Specifications, trade association standards, or similar standards, shall comply with requirements in the latest revision thereof and any amendment or supplement thereto in effect on date of this Project Manual, except as limited to type, class or grade, or modified in such reference by a given date. The standards referred to, except as modified in the Specifications, shall have full force and effect as though printed in these Specifications. These standards are not furnished to bidders, as manufacturers and Contractors involved are assumed to be familiar with their requirements. If a revised specification is issued by such named organization before completion of any part of the work affected by said specifications, the Contractor may, if approved by the Engineer, perform that part of the work thus affected in accordance with the revised specifications. Add new Subparagraph 1.2.5: 1.2.5 Whenever a provision of the Specifications conflicts with agreements or regulations in force among members of trade associations or councils which regulate or distinguish the portions of the Work which shall or shall not be performed by a particular trade, the Contractor shall make necessary arrangements to reconcile such conflict without delay, damage, cost to the Owner, or recourse to the Engineer or the Owner. 00800-34

Add new Subparagraph 1.2.6: 1.2.6 Specific references to names and specifications of manufacturers are intended to establish a basis of quality, and not meant to limit competition. Proposed equals are to be submitted to Engineer for approval not less than ten (10) calendar days before bid. For any substitution to be considered, complete statements as to deviations from specifications, as well as method of operation, are to be submitted. Also, any alternate brands or types of equipment offered are to be approved by Engineer ten (10) calendar days before bid. Add new Subparagraph 1.2.7: 1.2.7 All specifications are the property of Owner and Engineer and are not to be used for any purpose other than the construction of this project. ARTICLE 2 - OWNER 2.1

Definition

Add new Sub-subparagraph 2.1.1.1: 2.1.1.1

The term "Owner" refers to the following: Board of Trustees of Southern Illinois University governing Southern Illinois University Edwardsville

Add new Sub-subparagraph 2.1.1.2: The Owner has the right to designate authorized representatives, including, but not limited to, the Engineer, the Owners Representative, to act on its behalf. The Owner and its representative(s) shall at all times have access to the work. The Owner’s Representative designated for this project is Thommy Schmidt, Burns & McDonnell. ARTICLE 3 - CONTRACTOR 3.1 Definition Add new Sub-subparagraph 3.1.1.1: 3.1.1.1 Where the term "Contractor" appears, it refers to any and all Contractors with whom the Owner will sign a separate contract. Add a new subparagraph to 3.18.4: "None of the foregoing provisions shall deprive the Owner or the Engineer of any action, right, or remedy otherwise available to them or either of them at common law." 00800-35

3.2 Review of Contract Documents and Field Conditions by Contractor Subparagraph 3.2.1: After the first sentence, delete the remainder of the Subparagraph and substitute the following: “All errors, inconsistencies or omissions discovered by the Contractor shall be reported promptly to the Engineer as a request for information in such form as the Engineer may require. The Contractor shall not be entitled to an increase in the Contract Sum or Contract Time on account of an error, inconsistency or omissions in the Contract Documents that the Contractor knew or should have known using due diligence and did not report to the Engineer. If the Contractor performs a construction activity involving an error, inconsistency, or omission in the Contract Documents that the Contractor knew or should have known using due diligence and did not report to the Engineer, the Contractor shall be responsible for such performance and the correction thereof. Add new Sub-subparagraphs 3.2.1.1 and 3.2.1.2: 3.2.1.1 Each bidder shall visit the site of the proposed work and be fully acquainted with conditions relating to construction and labor so that Contractor may fully understand the facilities, difficulties and restrictions attending the execution of the work under the Contract. 3.2.1.2 Bidders shall thoroughly examine and be familiar with the drawings and the specifications. The failure or omission of any bidder to receive or examine any form, instrument, addendum, or other document, or to visit the site and be acquainted with conditions there existing shall in no way relieve any bidder from any obligation with respect to the bid or to the Contract. The submission of a bid shall be taken as prima facie evidence of compliance with this section. 3.3 Supervision and Construction Procedures Subparagraph 3.3.1; In the second sentence delete ", unless the Contract Documents give other specific instructions concerning these matters". Add to the end of the Subparagraph the following: "The Contractor shall review any specified construction or installation procedure, including those recommended by any product manufacturer or supplier. The Contractor shall advise the Engineer: .1 .2 .3

If the specified procedure deviates from good construction practice; If following the procedure will affect any warranties; or Of any objections which the Contractor may have to the procedures."

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3.4

Labor and Materials

Add Sub-subparagraph 3.4.1.1: 3.4.1.1 The Contractor shall arrange with the proper local utility companies and provide all requirements for water, electric light and power, and telephone, all in accordance with the temp utility section of the specifications. Contractor shall provide a temporary office to suit Contractor’s needs and the needs of the Engineer/Owner’s Representative, and sufficient storage for materials that must be protected and stored under cover. Contractor shall provide and pay for all local telephone calls by the Engineer and Owner’s Representative. The Contractor shall provide suitable sanitary water closets for the use of all workers. The Contractor shall provide security for the entire project. Add Sub-subparagraphs 3.4.3.1 through 3.4.3.6 as follows: .1

.2 .3

.4 .5 .6

All Contractors engaged in the work within the grounds or areas governed by Owner shall comply with the traffic rules and regulations in force at the site. Contractors' and Subcontractors' employees shall be subject to immediate discharge for any violation of good conduct. SIUe personnel, at all times, reserve the right to inspect the list of employees and has discretion to demand that any person on list of employees be disallowed from working on project. The Contractor shall enforce the Owner's instructions regarding signs, advertisement, fires, and smoking. Before commencing work Contractor shall confer with the Owner and Engineer and ascertain full knowledge of all conditions affecting work. Working rules and regulations in force within the grounds at site shall take precedence within the area over all other rules and regulations that may exist outside of that jurisdiction.

Add new Subparagraph 3.4.4: 3.4.4 After the Contract has been executed, the Owner and the Engineer may consider a formal request for the substitution of products in place of those specified. Add new Subparagraph 3.4.5: 3.4.5 By making requests for substitutions based on Subparagraph 3.4.2, the Contractor. .1

represents that the Contractor has personally investigated the proposed substitute product and determined that it is equal or superior in all respects to that specified; 00800-37

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.4 .5

represents that the Contractor will provide the same warranty for the substitution that the Contractor would for that specified; certifies that the cost data presented is complete and includes all related costs under this Contract except the Engineer's redesign costs, and waives all claims for additional costs related to the substitution which subsequently become apparent; and will coordinate the installation of the accepted substitute, making such changes as may be required for the work to be complete in all respects. will refer to Section 01630, Substitutions for additional requirements.

Add new Subparagraphs 3.4.6 and 3.4.7: 3.4.6 The Prevailing Wage Act: An Act regulating wages of laborers, mechanics, and other workers employed in any public works by the State, county, city, or any public body or any political subdivision or by anyone under contract for public works. (820 ILCS 130/0.01 et seq. (2000)). Pursuant to this Act, all contractors and subcontractors performing public work shall pay the most current general prevailing wage rate of hourly wages in the locality in which the work is to be performed, for each craft or type of worker or mechanic needed to execute the contract. The prevailing rate of wages means “the hourly cash wages plus fringe benefits for training and apprenticeship programs approved by the U.S. Department of Labor, Bureau of Apprenticeship and Training, health and welfare, insurance, vacations and pensions paid generally, in the locality in which the work is being performed, to employees engages in work of a similar character on public works.” The parties stipulate that not less than the prevailing rate of wages as found by the public body, or Department of Labor or determined by a court on review shall be paid to all laborers, workers and mechanics performing work under the contract. The contractor is responsible for reviewing the most recent issues of the Illinois Register in order to determine the latest prevailing wage. NOTE: Scale of wages being paid shall be posted by the Contractor in a prominent and easily accessible place at the site of the work. .1

.2

Change in Prevailing Wage: If the Department of Labor revises the prevailing rate of hourly wages to be paid while work is in progress, the Contractor and each Subcontractor shall be responsible for adherence to said revised rates, and payment thereof and not at the expense of SIUE. Record of Employees and Wage Paid: The Contractor and each Subcontractor shall keep an accurate record showing names and occupation of all laborers, workers, and mechanics employed by them in connection with any resulting contract, the actual hourly wages paid to each of such 00800-38

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persons, which record shall be open at all reasonable hours to the inspection of Owner, and to the Director of Labor and his deputies and agent. The Contractor is responsible for forwarding weekly payroll records to Owner’s Coordinator of the contract work. Any contract as a result of this bid may be subject to The Employment of Illinois Workers on Public Works Act, 30 ILCS 570, et seq. Journeyman labor is to be utilized in the installation. The ratio of apprenticeship labor to that of Journeyman labor, and the pay scales for the various levels of apprenticeship, shall be in accordance with the guidelines of the Bureau of Apprenticeship Training, U.S. Department of Labor. If using apprenticeship labor, Contractor is responsible for providing verification of apprenticeship under the guidelines of the Joint Apprenticeship Committee -- Ref. George Goeddey, Apprenticeship Training Representative of the Bureau of Apprenticeship Training Division of the U.S. Department of Labor, 501 Belle Street, Room 112, Alton, IL 62002, 618-463-6440. All work shall be under the direction of a skilled Construction Superintendent and performed in accordance with the American Standard Safety Code and all applicable State and Local Codes. Illinois State law requires all contractors working on University construction projects to submit certified payroll records to the University. The payroll records must include all workers employed by contractors on a University project.

3.4.7 Any firm, union affiliated or not, may bid on this Project. However, successful bidders must become party to the enclosed Project Labor Agreement to be awarded a Contract. The Awardee agrees that neither it nor any of its Contractors or Subcontractors, will Subcontract (or other material suppliers) any work to be done on this Project except to a person, firm, or corporation who is or agrees to become party to the Project Labor Agreement. 3.5 Warranty Subparagraph 3.5.1: in the first sentence delete the words "unless otherwise required or permitted by the Contract Documents" and in the third sentence after the word "usage" Add the following new sentences: "The Contractor's warranty will not be affected by the specification of any product or procedure unless the Contractor objects promptly to such product or procedure and so advises the Engineer, in writing, of proposed products and procedures which will not affect the Warranty. The Contractor's warranty will not be restricted by any manufacturer's warranty. The Contractor is responsible for Subcontractors non-performance on warranty Work. The refusal of a Subcontractor or supplier to correct defective work for which it is responsible will not excuse the Contractor from performing under the Warranty." 00800-39

3.6

Taxes

Add Subparagraph 3.6.2 as follows: 3.6.2 Sales of building materials and fixtures to construction Contractor for incorporation into real estate for the State of Illinois or any other governmental body are exempt from the retailers occupational tax and use tax. The Owner is exempted by Section 2C of the Illinois Use Tax Act (35 ILES 105/2C) from paying any of the taxes imposed by the Act, and sales to the Owner are exempt by Section 2-5 of the Illinois Retailer's Occupation Tax Act (35 ILES 120/2-5) from any of the taxes imposed by that Act. The Owner is exempt from Federal Excise Tax and an exemption certificate will be provided upon request. 3.7 Permits, Fees and Notices Subparagraph 3.7.2; add to the end of Subparagraph the following: "The Owner delegates to the Contractor all duties and responsibilities the Owner may have pursuant to any statute, ordinance or regulation requiring notification of adjacent or nearby property owners of proposed excavations. The Contractor shall, as part of the Work, give such notices as required, provide all lateral and subjacent support necessary to prevent any damage to adjacent or nearby property owners and shall be solely responsible to pay for any damage incurred by reason of excavations by such property owner. If entry on or encroachment upon adjoining property or public right of way is necessary to perform the Work, the Contractor shall obtain any necessary permissions, permits or licenses and pay all costs and fees therefore." 3.9 Superintendent Subparagraph 3.9.1; Add to the end of Subparagraph the following: "The Superintendent shall not be changed except with the consent of the Owner, which shall not be arbitrarily withheld, provided that if the superintendent ceases to be in its employ, then the Contractor may unilaterally substitute a superintendent. The Contractor shall not employ or continue to employ on the Work a superintendent against whom the Owner or Engineer has made reasonable objection." 3.10 Contractor's Construction Schedules Subparagraph 3.10.1; in the first line delete the words "promptly after being awarded the Contract" and substitute the words "within ten (10) calendar days of date of Owner's Notice of Award of Contract". Add to the end of the revision to Subparagraph 3.10.1; within twenty (20) days of date of Owner’s Notice of Award of Contract the Construction Schedule will show the anticipated manpower allocations for each significant construction activity on the critical path schedule or on a separate schedule. 00800-40

Subparagraph 3.10.2; add to the end of the Subparagraph the following: "The Contractor shall submit the schedule of submittals within ten (10) calendar days of the date of Owner's Notice of Award of Contract". Subparagraph 3.10.3; add to the end of Subparagraph the following: "The Owner's or Engineer's receiving or reviewing of any schedule required by Subparagraph 3.10 shall not relieve the Contractor of its responsibility to complete the project within the Contract time; nor does it create any rights in favor of the Contractor due to completion earlier than the Contract Time." 3.12 Shop Drawings, Product Data and Samples Subparagraph 3.12.5; add to the end of Subparagraph the following: "For record keeping purposes, on all submittals the Contractor shall indicate the date the Contractor received or created each submittal and the date it was transmitted to the Engineer.” Subparagraph 3.12.10; add to the end of Subparagraph the following: "The Engineer may advise the Contractor of alternatives relating to equipment or systems designed by the Contractor, for the sole purpose of providing to the Contractor additional information which the Contractor may choose to utilize in the Contractor's design. The Contractor shall evaluate the alternatives in terms of its original design and assess whether to incorporate any of them; the design of such systems or equipment are to remain the exclusively the responsibility of the Contractor.” 3.15 Cleaning Up Subparagraph 3.15.1; add to the end of Subparagraph the following: "The Contractor shall ensure that no burning of trash or debris occurs on the site and that no dust or trash from Work in progress creates a public nuisance. The Contractor shall comply with all municipal and other government regulations concerning environmental pollution. The Contractor shall engage the services of a street cleaner to keep under reasonable control the accumulation of mud, dirt, and construction debris due to construction activities and construction traffic." 3.17 Royalties, Patents and Copyrights Subparagraph 3.17.1; Delete from the second sentence “when a particular design, process or product of a particular manufacturer or manufacturers is required by the Contract Documents or”.

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3.18 Indemnification Subparagraph 3.18.1 delete in its entirety and substitute the following new subparagraph: 3.18.1 To the fullest extent permitted by law, the Contractor shall waive any right of subornation against the Owner and shall indemnify and hold harmless the Owner and the Engineer, their trustees, officers, directors, partners, employees and consultants ("Indemnities") from and against all claims, damages, losses, economic losses and expenses, including but not limited to attorneys' fees and litigation costs, arising out of or resulting from or in connection with the performance of the Work, provided that any such claim, damage, loss or expense is caused in whole or in part by any negligent act or omission of the Contractor, any Subcontractor, anyone directly or indirectly employed by any of them or anyone for whose acts any of them may be liable, excluding the proportionate amount of any claim, damage, loss or expense which is negligently caused by a party indemnified hereunder. Such obligation shall not be construed to negate, abridge, or otherwise reduce any other right or obligation of indemnity which would otherwise exist as to any party or person described in this Agreement. Add new Subparagraph 3.18.3: 3.18.3 The Contractor shall indemnify, defend and hold harmless the Owner, in connection with the Project from and against any claim, demand or cause of action arising from or related to a Notice of Lien, Claim for Lien, Lien, or Suite to Foreclose a Lien filed, given, made or maintained by a Contractor, Subcontractor, Sub-subcontractor or supplier provided the Contractor has received payment pursuant to the terms of this Agreement. During the performance of the work the Contractor and Contractor’s Subcontractors shall indemnify and hold harmless the Owner and the Engineer and their agents, servants and employees, against all loss, damage or expense which they, or any of them, may sustain or become liable for on account of injury to, or death of persons, or on account of damage to or destruction of property resulting from the performance of the work by the Contractor, Contractor’s Subcontractors, or their respective employees, or due to or arising in any manner from wrongful acts of negligence of the Contractor, Contractor’s Subcontractors, or their respective employees, or due to the condition of the premises or other property upon, about, or in the performance of such indemnification, the Contractor shall carry insurance to cover responsibility and liability for any and all damage, loss, or injury of any kind or nature to persons or property caused by or resulting from, or in connection with, the work.

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3.19 Contractor's Assignment Add new Paragraph 3.19 and Subparagraph 3.19.1: 3.19.1 The Contractor shall not assign to any party the whole or any part of this Contract, or any monies due or to become due hereunder, without written consent of the Owner. In case the Contractor, with Owner's consent, assigns all or any part of this contract or any monies due or to become due hereunder, the instrument of assignment shall contain a clause substantially to the effect that it is agreed that the right of the assignee in and to any monies due or to become due to the Contractor shall be subject to the prior claims of all persons, firms and corporations for services rendered or materials supplied for the performance of the Work called for in this Contract. ARTICLE 4 - ADMINISTRATION OF THE CONTRACT 4.1 Engineer Add Sub-subparagraph 4.1.1.1: 4.1.1.1

The term "Engineer” refers to the Burns & McDonnell.

Subparagraph 4.1.2; in the first sentence delete the word "Contractor". Subparagraph 4.1.3; in the first sentence, add a comma after the words "new Architect" and delete "against whom the Contractor has no reasonable objection and". 4.2 Engineer’s Administration of the Contract Subparagraph 4.2.1; in line one after the word “Contract” add the words “In accordance with its agreement with the Owner and” and in line four after word “due”, add the words “in accordance with the terms of the Owner/Architect Agreement”. Subparagraph 4.2.3; add to the end of Subparagraph the following: “The Engineer will not have authority or responsibility to stop the Work.” 4.3 Claims and Disputes Subparagraph 4.3.4; add to the end of Subparagraph the following: "The site conditions contemplated by this Subparagraph do not extend to discovery of asbestos, PCB's or other hazardous materials, which are covered under Paragraphs 10.3.1, 10.3.2., and 10.3.3."

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4.4 Resolution of Claims and Disputes Subparagraph 4.4.2; in the last sentence, delete “or if the Architect that, in the Architect’s sole discretion, it would be inappropriate for the Architect to resolve the Claim” 4.6 Arbitration Delete 4.6 in its entirety and replace with the following: Contractor acknowledges that breach of contract claims against Owner, as well as other claims, are subject to the Illinois Court of Claim Act (705 ILCS 505) and that State or federal courts do not have jurisdiction over such claims against Owner. ARTICLE 5 - SUBCONTRACTORS 5.2 Award of Subcontracts and Other Contracts for Portions of the Work Subparagraph 5.2.1; in lines two and three delete the words "as soon as practicable" and substitute the words "within 45 calendar days." In line eleven, delete the word "promptly" and substitute the words "within thirty (30) days of receipt of the list submitted by the Contractor”. Add to the end of the subparagraph “The complete list of Subcontractors and Material Suppliers shall be submitted to the Engineer not less than ten (10) days prior to submittal of the Contractor's first request for payment under the Contract.” 5.3 Subcontractual Relations Subparagraph 5.3.1; in lines one and two delete the words "written where legally required for validity" and substitute the words "in writing", and add at the end of subparagraph the following: "All subcontracts shall contain the following sentence: `The Owner is an intended third party beneficiary of this subcontract.'" ARTICLE 7 - CHANGES IN THE WORK 7.2

Change Orders

Subparagraph 7.2.2: In lines one and two, delete “may include those listed in sub-paragraph 7.3.3" and add: “shall include the following: 7.2.2.1 By estimating and acceptance in a lump sum. The Contractor shall submit change proposals which include a complete itemization of quantities of materials, cost for the increase of the indemnity bond, unit cost of materials when applicable, unit labor cost for each item of Work or total labor hours and applicable hourly rates for each classification of labor, actual cost of social security, welfare funds, established allowance for overhead and 00800-44

profit, and the number of calendar days (if any) required to complete the extra Work in addition to the Contract Time or the reduction in calendar days (if any) in the Contract Time for omitted Work. 7.2.2.2 By unit prices stated in the Contract or subsequently agreed upon. The Contractor shall submit an estimate itemizing the number of unit quantities of each part of the Work which is changed, multiplying such unit quantities by the applicable unit prices. The change in Contract Time shall be as described in Sub-subparagraph 7.2.2.1 above.” 7.2.2.3 By cost and percentage or by cost and fixed fee. The Contractor shall keep correct records of materials, labor, equipment, transportation, and other items used or expended to effect the required change. Such records shall be kept on forms acceptable to the Engineer and submitted to the Engineer for review each day that such Work is performed. Only acceptable documents will be considered in establishing the cost of the change. The change in Contract Time shall be as described in Sub-subparagraph 7.2.2.1. above. 7.3 Construction Change Directives Subparagraph 7.3.6: In lines 4 and 5, delete “a reasonable allowance for overhead and profit.” and substitute with “the established mark-ups for supervision, insurance, small tools, bonds, overhead, and profit.” Subparagraph 7.3.6.4: Delete in its entirety and substitute the following: 7.3.6.4

All costs for hand tools are included in the established mark-ups.

Subparagraph 7.3.6.5: Delete in its entirety. ARTICLE 8 - TIME 8.2 Progress and Completion Add new Subparagraph 8.2.4: 8.2.4 The Owner may require the Contractor to increase the number of shifts or overtime operations, days of work, or the amount of construction aids, or all of them, without additional compensation if the Contractor fails to execute the work in accordance with the project schedule. Add new Subparagraph 8.2.5: 8.2.5 If the Owner orders the Contractor to perform parts of the Work on a premium time basis, and the order is not the result of the Contractor’s failure to perform in accordance with the 00800-45

project schedule, the Owner shall pay only an amount equal to that portion of wages which is in excess of the regular rate paid by the Contractor for the Work, including customary benefits. The Contractor shall make no extra charge for regular rate wages, overhead, and profit. 8.3 Delays and Extensions of Time Add new Subparagraph 8.3.4: 8.3.4 Work shall be performed during regular working hours except that in the event of emergency, work may be performed on night shifts, overtime, Sundays and holidays when permission to do so has been obtained from the Owner. No requirements of work, other than at regular working hours, shall form the basis of claims by any Contractor for additional compensation, except as otherwise expressly stated in writing by the Engineer. Add new Subparagraph 8.3.5: 8.3.5 If the Contractor, but for a delay not within its control, would have completed the Work prior to the expiration of the Contract Time, the Contractor shall not be entitled to recovery of damages arising out of any event or delay which prevented such early completion of the Work. Add new Paragraph 8.4: 8.4 Completion Date 8.4.1 The Work shall be commenced immediately after the date of the mobilization in Owner’s Notice to Proceed and shall be completed by August 17, 2012. The scheduled completion date, as calculated herein, is defined as the Required Completion Date. Notwithstanding the Owner’s Notice to Proceed, the Contractor will not be permitted to mobilize the site before July 1, 2012. Required Completion shall be evidenced by: a) b)

Certificate of Substantial Completion issued by the Engineer. All punchlist items complete throughout, including interior, exterior, sitework and landscaping.

ARTICLE 9 - PAYMENTS AND COMPLETION 9.2 Schedule of Values Subparagraph 9.2.1; at the beginning of the subparagraph before the word "Before" Add the words "At least fourteen (14) calendar days". 00800-46

9.3 Applications for Payment Subparagraph 9.3.1; delete Subparagraph 9.3.1 and 9.3.1.1 in their entirety and substitute the following new subparagraph: 9.3.1 The procedures for application and certification of monthly Applications for Payment are as described below and as further detailed in Division 1 - General Requirements. 9.3.1.1 On or about the 25th day of each month, the Contractor shall submit to the Engineer a Pencil Draft of the proposed itemized Application for Payment for operations completed through the 25th day of the month, in accordance with the Schedule of Values. The Pencil Draft shall be complete in every respect and shall be accompanied by supporting data as indicated in Division 1 - General Requirements and as the Owner or Engineer may be required. 9.3.1.2 Within seven (7) days after the Engineer's receipt of the Pencil Draft, the Engineer shall notify the Contractor of the amount that the Engineer determines is properly due to the Contractor, and of any adjustments required to be made to the Pencil Draft. 9.3.1.3 On or about the third day of the month, the Contractor shall submit three (3) copies of a final monthly Application for Payment, including one copy of certified payroll. The application shall be notarized and supported by data substantiating the Contractor's right to payment as the Owner or Engineer may require, and reflecting retainage as provided for elsewhere in the Contract Documents. Contractor shall include with each pay application five (5) copies of a waiver of lien for the amount certified for payment on the previous month’s application for payment. The Engineer will review and sign a certificate for payment on or about the tenth day of the month. Add new Sub-subparagraph 9.3.1.4: 9.3.1.4 Until Final Completion, the Owner will pay 90% of the amount due the Contractor on account of progress payments. Add new Sub-subparagraph 9.3.1.5: 9.3.1.5 Neither the final payment, nor any part of the retained percentages, shall become due until the Contractor, if required, delivers to the Owner a complete release of all liens or right of lien arising out of this Contract on forms provided by the Owner and signed by the Contractor, or all Subcontractors, major material suppliers as requested, and all claimants who have filed notice with the Owner that they are unpaid creditors of the Contractor or a Subcontractor who has performed on the construction project, or receipts in full in lieu thereof and, if required in either case, an affidavit that so far as the Contractor has 00800-47

knowledge or information the releases and receipts include all the labor and materials for which a lien could filed; but the Contractor may, if any Subcontractor refuses to furnish a release or receipt in full, furnish a bond satisfactory to the Owner to indemnify Contractor against any lien. If any lien remains unsatisfied after all payments are made, the Contractor shall refund to the Owner all money that the latter may be compelled to pay in discharging such a lien, including all costs and a reasonable attorney's fee. Subparagraph 9.3.2; add to the end of Subparagraph the following: ", storage of such materials in a bonded warehouse, and submittal of certification of such stored materials prior to payment application. The Owner will not make payment for stored materials for items of a commodity nature which are readily available through distribution channels." Subparagraph 9.3.3; add to the end of Subparagraph the following: "All material necessary to construct this project, upon delivery to the premises, shall not be removed from the premises without written consent of the Owner." 9.4 Certificates for Payment Add subparagraph 9.4.3 as follows: "Final Certificate for Payment for balance due the Contractor will be issued by the Engineer within ten (10) days after completion and after review of pencil copy and Contractor submission of final application for payment, as indicated above. Contractor's application for final payment shall include waivers of lien of receipt in full for all material used and labor performed on the work." 9.6 Progress Payments Subparagraph 9.6.2; add to the end of Subparagraph the following: "The initial monthly payment request shall be accompanied by the Contractor's Partial Waiver of Lien only. Each subsequent monthly payment request shall be accompanied by the Contractor's Partial Waiver and the Partial Waivers of Subcontractors and Suppliers who were included in the immediate preceding payment request, to the extent of that payment (i.e., the Contractor must submit partial waivers on a current basis, but Subcontractors and Suppliers may be not more than one payment late with their partial waivers)." 9.7 Failure of Payment Subparagraph 9.7.1; in line two add the words "Final Monthly" between the words "Contractor's" and "Application For Payment," and in line eight delete “, plus interest”. 9.10 Final Completion and Final Payment Subparagraph 9.10.2; delete “and (5)” and substitute “(5) closeout submittals, and (6)”. 00800-48

ARTICLE 10 - PROTECTION OF PERSONS AND PROPERTY 10.2 Safety of Persons and Property Add new sub-subparagraph 10.2.1.4" “students, employees, and visitors who may be at or near the project” 10.2.4 Subparagraph delete the subparagraph 10.2.4 in its entirety and substitute: When use or storage of hazardous materials or equipment or unusual methods are necessary, the Contractor shall give the Owner ten (10) days notice in advance of such use, storage or unusual methods, and the contractor shall exercise the utmost care and carry on such activities under supervision of properly qualified personnel.” Subparagraph 10.2.5; in the first sentence, substitute “the fault or negligence” with “acts or omissions”. Add new Sub-subparagraphs 10.2.8 through 10.2.10: 10.2.8

All Construction Documents pertaining to this Work, and the joint and several phases of construction hereby contemplated, are to be governed, at all times, by applicable provisions of the Federal, State an Municipal safety laws and building codes, including but not limited to the following, including latest amendments to each: .1 .2 .3

Williams-Steiger Occupational Safety & Health Act of 1970 Public Law 91-596; Part 1910 -- Occupational Safety & Health Standards, Chapter XVII of Title 29, Code of Federal Regulations; Part 1518 -- Safety & Health Regulations for Constructions, Chapter XIII of Title 29, Code of Federal Regulations.

10.2.9

The provisions of the American Standard Safety Code for Building Construction of the American National Standards Institute A10.2, 1963, as revised by A10.4, 1975, subject to latest revisions, and ASA A10Z, latest edition, shall be considered as accepted engineering practice, with respect to safeguards during construction, including such safety requirements as set forth in The Federal Occupational Safety and Health Standards (OSHA).

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Contractor shall be responsible for protection of any furnishings, which may be in the construction or renovation areas. If Contractor determines removal of the item(s) from the construction area is necessary, he shall so advise the designated Owner representative. The Contractor is responsible for notifying the Owner 00800-49

representative at least five (5) business days prior to the beginning work so that objects may be removed by appropriate Owner personnel. Smoking on SIUE premises must be in accordance with SIUE’s smoking policy. This includes, but not limited to, upon enclosure of a roof on the project, smoking will no longer be allowed in the structure. Delete Subparagraph 10.3.3 in its entirety. Delete Article 11.1 through 11.5 and replace with the following: ARTICLE 11. INSURANCE AND INDEMNIFICATION: 11.1 Contractor's Liability Insurance. The Contractor shall secure, pay for and maintain such insurance as will protect it and Southern Illinois University (“Owner”) from claims under the Worker's Compensation Act, the Worker’s Occupational Diseases Act, and from any other claims for damages to property or for bodily injury or death which may arise from operations under this contract, whether such operations are performed by the Contractor, its Subcontractors, and their sub-Subcontractors or by anyone directly or indirectly employed by them. A. Coverages and Limits. The coverages and limits of liability shall not be less than those set forth as below. Evidence of an umbrella or excess liability policy may be provided to obtain the required limits. Coverage

Minimum Limits of Liability

1.

Worker’s Compensation and Occupational Diseases

Statutory Limits

2.

Employer’s Liability

$500,000 (Coverage B)

a. Worker’s Compensation coverage shall be provided in accordance with the provisions of the Illinois Worker’s Compensation and Occupational Diseases Acts, as amended. Notwithstanding the rating and financial size categories stated in Section 11.3.4 below, coverage may be provided by a group self-insurer authorized in Section 11(a) of the Illinois Workers’ Compensation Act and approved pursuant to the rules of the Illinois Department of Insurance. b. The Contractor, its Subcontractors, and their sub-Subcontractors may use a self-insured plan for worker’s compensation if the plan is approved by the State of Illinois by obtaining a certificate from the Illinois Workers’ Compensation Commission. c. The worker’s compensation insurance carrier or self-insurance service agency where applicable shall certify that to the best of its knowledge, the Contractor has properly reported 00800-50

wage and workforce data and made premium payments in compliance with Illinois rates and worker classifications. 3.

Commercial Auto Liability (Including coverage for owned, non-owned and hired vehicles) Combined Single Limit $1,000,000 per occurrence OR Bodily Injury $1,000,000 per occurrence Property Damage $1,000,000 per occurrence

4.

Commercial General Liability (occurrence coverage) – for contracts below $2,000,000: General Aggregate $1,000,000 Products/Completed Operations Aggregate $1,000,000 Occurrence Limit $1,000,000 Personal and Advertising Injury Limit $1,000,000 Fire Legal Liability Limit $ 100,000

The general liability or any umbrella or excess insurance shall include, without limitation, the following coverages: a. The Owner shall be named as additional insured(s) on a primary and non-contributory basis on the commercial general liability and/or umbrella or excess insurance policies. In order to meet this requirement, the following wording should appear on any Certificate(s) of Insurance provided: “The Board of Trustees of Southern Illinois University is an additional insured as respects liability coverage for any liability incurred by the University arising from the activities of the Contractor, its Subcontractors, and their sub-Subcontractors, performing work on behalf of the Contractor.” b. Contractual liability coverage shall cover all contractual obligations which the Contractor has assumed, including the indemnity agreement in Article 11, for the liability limits set forth above. An Owner/Contractor's protective liability policy may be provided in lieu of a commercial general liability policy for the liability limits set forth above. c. Coverage for "XCU" (explosion, collapse and underground) hazards shall be included for the liability limits set forth above for any Contractor, its Subcontractor, and their subSubcontractor, performing work on behalf of the Contractor, who will be doing any excavation work. d. Coverage shall be endorsed to provide that the general aggregate limits apply separately to each of the insured Contractor’s projects. The general liability aggregate limits may change if 00800-51

coverage is not endorsed to apply separate aggregate limits to each of the insured Contractor’s projects. e. Coverage for completed operations shall remain in effect or renewed throughout the completed operations period, which is the statute of limitations or repose, whichever is greater. f. Any contractual exclusion relating to personal/advertising injury must be deleted or the coverage added back to the policy through endorsement. The Policy shall include coverage for broad form property damage. g. Any contractual exclusion or limitation relating to work performed within fifty (50) feet of a railroad track should be deleted, if applicable. 5. Watercraft Protection and Indemnity Coverage shall be purchased and maintained, if applicable, at limits equal to the required Commercial General Liability limits specified in Section 11.1.A.4. 6. Aircraft Liability shall be purchased and maintained, if applicable, at limits equal to the required Commercial General Liability limits specified in Section 11.1.A.4. 7. Contractor’s Pollution Liability (i.e. Asbestos, lead abatement, pollution) shall be purchased and maintained, if applicable, at limits equal to the required Commercial General Liability limits specified in Section 11.1.A.4; with no less than 5 years completed operations coverage. Coverage shall be written on an occurrence form. 8. Property Damage Liability shall be purchased and maintained for any demolition, blasting, excavating, tunneling, shoring, or similar operations, at limits equal to the required Commercial General Liability limits specified in Section 11.1.A.4. 9. Owner reserves the right to require additional specialty insurance coverages or to limit exclusions at any time during the Project. 11.2

Builder’s Risk Insurance – Not Required.

11.3

Insurance Policy Requirements

11.3.1 Evidence of Insurance. The Contractor shall furnish Certificate(s) of Insurance evidencing the required coverage to be in force on the date of this Contract, and any renewal Certificate(s) of Insurance if coverage has an expiration or renewal date occurring during the term of this Contract to the Owner showing the type, amount, class of operations covered, effective dates and dates of expiration of policies. The Contractor shall deliver copies of newly issued or renewal insurance policies to the Owner within ten (10) days following the Owner's request for such copies. The Contractor shall maintain insurance in the required amounts, 00800-52

without interruption, from the date of execution of the Contract until substantial completion of the project. The receipt of any certificate does not constitute by the Owner that insurance requirements have been met. Failure to request new or renewal certificate(s) shall not relieve the Contractor of its contractual obligation to provide the insurance coverages set forth in paragraphs 11.1 and 11.2 above and shall not be deemed a waiver by the Owner. Failure to maintain the required insurance during the time specified may be regarded as a breach of contract and shall be cause for termination. 11.3.2 Subcontractor Insurance. Subcontractors and their sub-Subcontractors must comply with the same insurance coverage requirements as the Contractor. Subcontractors and their subSubcontractors shall submit the required Certificate(s) of Insurance to the Contractor. 11.3.3 Modification or Cancellation. Each policy and respective certificate of insurance shall expressly provide that no less than thirty (30) days prior written notice, delivered by certified or registered mail, be given to the Owner in the event of cancellation, non-renewal, expiration, or material alteration of the coverage contained in the policy or evidenced by the certificate of insurance. 11.3.4 Carrier's Ratings. The insurance shall be executed by insurance companies approved by the Owner and having a rating not lower than B+ and financial rating not lower than VI in the current edition of Best's Key Rating Guide for property/casualty insurance companies. 11.3.5 Claims Made Insurance. If any policies providing coverage as required under paragraphs 11.1 or 11.2 are written on a claims-made basis and that policy is replaced or renewed, any retroactive date must coincide with, or precede commencement of services by the Contractor, its Subcontractors, and their sub-Subcontractors on the Project. A claims-made policy that is replaced or not renewed must have an extended reporting period of not less than two (2) years. 11.3.6 Notification of Insurance Carriers. The Contractor shall be responsible for making the above stated liability provisions available to all of its liability insurance carriers and for procuring insurance coverage for this contract on a timely basis. The Contractor shall not commence work under this contract until it has obtained all the insurance required under this article and until certificates of such insurance have been approved by the Owner. The Contractor shall not allow any of its Subcontractors or their sub-Subcontractors to commence any work on this project until the insurance required of its Subcontractors or their sub-Subcontractors has been so obtained. In the event of any incident, injury, death, or loss or damage (or claims thereof), the Contractor shall give immediate notice thereof to the Owner and their insurance carrier(s). 00800-53

11.3.7 Contractor's Liability. The procuring of the insurance required under this contract shall be considered solely as securing Contractor's obligations or liabilities assumed under the contract documents, including, but not limited to, the obligation to indemnify the Owner assumed under Article 11 and shall not be considered as satisfaction of, or a substitution for, such obligations and liabilities. The Contractor shall remain liable and responsible for all such obligations whether or not the insurance provided by it is approved by the Owner and whether or not such insurance is sufficient in amount, quality or coverage to protect it against such liability. The Contractor shall pay and make good all such obligations to the full extent thereof and to the extent that such insurance does not cover them. 11.3.8 Enforcement of this Contract. In the event Owner retains legal counsel to secure performance by Contractor, its Subcontractors, and their sub-Subcontractors, of any of their obligations under this contract, or if Owner retains or utilizes such counsel to represent its interest with respect to any matter for which Contractor has an indemnity obligation to Owner under any provision of this contract or otherwise, the Contractor shall pay and reimburse Owner for the cost of such counsel and shall further pay and reimburse Owner for any and all other cost and expense incurred in preparing, negotiating, or prosecuting any claim against the Contractor, its Subcontractors, and their sub-Subcontractors including, but not limited to, any and all expert witness fees and expenses. 11.3.9 Waiver of Subrogation Clause. The Contractor’s insurance policies shall include the following waiver of subrogation clause: “It is agreed that in no event shall any insurance company of the Contractor have any right of recovery against the Owner for any and all damage or loss unless such damage or loss results from the sole gross negligence or willful misconduct of the Owner.” 11.4

Waivers of Subrogation

The Owner and Contractor waive all rights against each other for damages caused by fire or other perils to the extent of actual recovery of any insurance proceeds under any property insurance obtained pursuant to Article 11 or other insurance applicable to the work. The Contractor agrees that in no event shall they or their agents have any right of recovery against the Owner for any and all damage or loss unless such damage or loss results from the sole gross negligence or willful misconduct of the Owner. Each insured Contractor shall require similar waivers of subrogation from its Subcontractors and their sub-Subcontractors. INDEMNIFICATION Indemnification: The Contractor agrees to pay and reimburse and indemnify, keep and hold harmless Southern Illinois University (and the Architect/Engineer/Professional Services 00800-54

Consultant, if applicable), their trustees, officials, agents, employees and their respective heirs, executors, administrators, officers, directors, successors and assigns from and against any and all losses, demands, obligations, costs, damages, liabilities, suits, actions, judgments, claims (including, but not limited to, claims for the infringement of any patents, copyrights, licenses or other intellectual property rights) and expenses, including, but not limited to, attorneys’, consultants’, and experts’ fees and expenses, and including both litigation and pre-litigation expenses, arising out of or connected with: (a) any injury to or death of persons or damage to or loss or destruction of property caused by or attributable to negligent or willful acts or errors or omissions, in whole or part, of the Contractor, its Subcontractors, and their sub-Subcontractors and their respective officers, agents, representatives, or employees; (b) any act, error, or omission arising from the gross professional negligence of the Contractor, its Subcontractors, and their sub-Subcontractors and their respective officers, agents, representatives, or employees relating to the performance of services in connection with the Project; (c) any breach or failure of performance by the Contractor, its Subcontractors, and their sub-Subcontractors and their respective officers, agents, representatives, or employees under this Agreement. The provisions of this paragraph are applicable to the full extent allowed by the laws of the State of Illinois and not beyond any extent which would render them void or unenforceable. In the event of any such injury, death, or loss or damage (or claims thereof), the Contractor shall give immediate notice thereof to the Owner. Insurance Certification: The Contractor agrees to maintain the insurance coverages required of them under Article 11 for the duration of the project or the term for which services will be rendered, and for as long as necessary thereafter to cover claims with respect to their performance under this Agreement. The Contractor agrees to require its Subcontractors and their sub-Subcontractors to maintain the insurance coverages required of them under Article 11 for the duration of the project or the term for which services will be rendered, and for as long as necessary thereafter to cover claims with respect to its performance under this agreement. Article 11.5 - Performance Bond and Payment Bond Delete Paragraphs 11.5.1 and 11.5.2 in their entirety and substitute the following: 11.5.1 Indemnity Bond Requirements: The Awardee of the Contract must execute an Indemnity Bond in the amount of 100% of the Contract; the Bond to be prepared on forms provided by the University within twenty (20) days of award. 11.5.2 Attorney’s-in-Fact who sign bonds or contract bond must file with each bond a certified and effectively dated copy of their Power of Attorney. These dates should be either the same as or precede the date of bond. The bond should be the same as or after the date of the Contract. The Surety thereon must be authorized to transact business in the State of Illinois with a minimum rating of A:XII and be acceptable to the Owner. 00800-55

Add new Paragraph 11.6: 11.6 Miscellaneous Requirements 11.6.1 The Contractor is responsible for determining that Subcontractors are adequately insured against claims arising out of or relating to the Work. The premium cost and charges for such insurance shall be included with the Contractor’s bid. 11.6.2 The limits of liability as stated, may be arrived at using a Split-Limit or Combined Single Limit basis. However, the total limit of liability shall not be less than that stated in the requirements. ARTICLE 12 - UNCOVERING AND CORRECTION OF WORK 12.2 Correction of Work Add new Subparagraph 12.2.6: 12.2.6

All Contractors, Subcontractors, and Sub-subcontractors shall execute and deliver to the Owner the following Warranty Acknowledgment before a Certificate of Final Completion is issued.

WARRANTY ACKNOWLEDGMENT (Name of Contractor, Subcontractor or Sub-subcontractor) ("Contractor") hereby agrees and warrants that all of its Work complies with the requirements of the Contract Documents. If, within one year after the date of Substantial Completion of the Work or designated portion thereof, any of the Contractor's Work is found to be not in accordance with the requirements of the Contract Documents, it shall correct the Work promptly after receipt of written notice from the Owner to do so unless the Owner has previously given it a written acceptance of such condition. This period of one year shall be extended with respect to portions of Work first performed after Substantial Completion by the period of time between Substantial Completion and the actual performance of Contractor's Work. This obligation shall survive acceptance of the Work under the Contract and termination of the Contractor. This Warranty shall be in addition to the terms of any other Warranty or longer period of obligation specified in the Contract Documents, any applicable special warranty required by the Contract Documents, or the terms of any general warranty and is not in lieu of any of them. This warranty shall not be construed to establish a period of limitation with respect to other obligations which the Contractor, Subcontractor or Sub-subcontractor might have under the Contract Documents and has no relationship to the time within which the obligation to comply with the Contract Documents may be sought to be enforced or any proceeding commenced. 00800-56

ARTICLE 13 - MISCELLANEOUS PROVISIONS 13.4 Rights and Remedies Subparagraph 13.4.1; Add to the end of the paragraph “notwithstanding the provisions of A201 Paragraph 4.5.” 13.5 Tests and Inspections Subparagraph 13.5.1; delete Subparagraph 13.5.1 in its entirety and substitute the following new subparagraph: 13.5.1

Inspections and tests required to establish compliance with the Contract Documents, except as may be otherwise provided in the Contract Documents, will be made by a prequalified, independent testing agency to be selected by the Owner and Engineer and employed by the Owner. The cost of the initial services of such agency will be paid by the Owner. When the initial tests indicate non-compliance with the Contract Documents any subsequent retesting occasioned by noncompliance with the Contract Documents shall be performed by the same agency and the cost thereof borne by the Contractor. Refer to Division 1 - General Requirements for additional provisions regarding inspections and tests. Inspection or Testing performed exclusively for the Contractor's convenience shall be the sole responsibility of the Contractor.

13.6 Interest Subparagraph 13.6.1; Substitute “from the date payment is due at such rate as the parties may agree upon in writing or, in the absence thereof, at the legal rate prevailing from time to time at the place where the project is located” with “as provided in the State Prompt Payment Act, 30 ILCS 540". ARTICLE 14 - TERMINATION OR SUSPENSION OF THE CONTRACT Delete subparagraph 14.4.3 and substitute the following: 14.4.3 The Contractor will be paid for all work completed under the contract up to the date of termination. The Contractor will receive a percentage of the contract sum equal to the percentage of the work completed on the project prior to termination of the contract in the event the Owner and the Contractor cannot agree to the amount of payment due the Contractor. END OF SUPPLEMENTARY CONDITIONS 00800-57

State of Illinois Illinois Department of Human Rights Legal Division, Public Contracts Unit

Make payment to: ILLINOIS DEPARTMENT OF HUMAN RIGHTS MAIL TO: IDHR - FISCAL UNIT 100 W. RANDOLPH - SUITE 10-100 CHICAGO, ILLINOIS 60601 TELEPHONE: 312-814-2432 (TTY: 217-785-5125) Contact a Public Contracts Unit Representative [email protected]

IDHR EMPLOYER REPORT FORM (PC-1): FIRST TIME APPLICATION FOR AN IDHR NUMBER

Instructions: This form is to be used by entities applying for an IDHR number for the first time. IDHR Numbers expire five years after the date of issue, and may be renewed at that time for an additional $75 fee. The information requested is necessary to accomplish the statutory purpose set forth in 775 ILCS 5/1-101 et seq. Disclosure of this information is REQUIRED. Forms received with employment data omitted will not be processed. The gathering and retention of employee race/ethnicity and gender data is permitted by state and federal law so long as such data are kept separate from other personnel information and are not used for the purpose of committing unlawful discrimination. For administrative details, review 44 Ill. Admin. Code, Section 750.210(a).

You must file an application if your company wants to be eligible to bid on state contracts and any one of the following applies: 1) your company employs 15 or more persons at the time of application for a public contract; 2) your company has employed 15 or more persons at any time during the 365 day period prior to the date of your applying for a public contract; 3) you are directed to file by a contracting agency of the State of Illinois, any political subdivision, or a municipal corporation. A form is deemed filed when it is received by the IDHR Chicago office, PROPERLY completed, signed, and accompanied by a certified check, money order, or cashier’s check for $75 payable to the Illinois Department of Human Rights. No personal checks, business checks, or credit card numbers will be accepted. Any form without an approved form of payment will be returned unprocessed. This form must be filed prior to bid opening. Sexual Harassment Policy: NO company without a sexual harassment policy will be issued an IDHR number. If your organization has no policy, and would like a model for creating one, please visit: http://www.state.il.us/dhr/Programs/dhr_pbsx.htm. Federal Employer Identification Number (FEIN) must be provided. If your entity has multiple ORFDWLRQs that all have the same FEIN, you are only obligated to pay one fee ($75) to receive an IDHR number for all ORFDWLRQs having the same FEIN and wishing to be eligible to bid on business with the State of Illinois. The following form must be filled out for EACH ORFDWLRQ applying to do business with the State. Click here to open additional blank copies of the following form. For definitions of “Employees”, “Race or Ethnic Background” and “Job Category” or to review the Equal Employment Opportunity Clause, Requirements regarding Sexual Harassment Policies, or applicable regulations regarding the Discriminatory Club Act, Click Here. (IDHR EMPLOYER REPORT FORM 0/2010) Instructions Page – Keep for your records

Make Payment ($75 Certified Check, Cashier’s Check, or Money Order) to: ILLINOIS DEPARTMENT OF HUMAN RIGHTS and mail to: IDHR - FISCAL UNIT 100 W. RANDOLPH - SUITE 10-100 CHICAGO, ILLINOIS 60601

State of Illinois Illinois Department of Human Rights Legal Division, Public Contracts Unit First Time Application Name of Applying Company:

FEIN:

Address: City:

State:

Contact Name: Individual or sole proprietor Partnership Corporation - for profit JOB CATEGORIES

ZIP:

WHITE

BLACK OR AFRICANAMERICAN

(Not of Hispanic Origin)

(A)

Country:

Phone: Corporation - not for profit Government entity Educational institution

(Not of Hispanic Origin)

M (B)

County:

F (C)

M (D)

F (E)

Email: Other-

HISPANIC OR LATINO M (F)

F (G)

ASIAN OR PACIFIC ISLANDER M (H)

F (I)

AMERICAN INDIAN OR ALASKAN NATIVE M F (J) (K)

OVERALL TOTALS M (L)

F (M)

Officials & Managers Professionals Technicians Sales Workers Office & Clerical Craft Workers (Skilled) Operatives (Semi-Skilled) Laborers (Unskilled) Service Workers TOTAL M = MALE COLUMN L IS SUM OF ROWS B, D, F, H, AND J. F = FEMALE COLUMN M IS SUM OF ROWS C, E, G, I, AND K.

Sole proprietorship: one employee and that same employee is the owner; must fill in the above chart for the one person.

DATE OF ABOVE DATA: NOTE: ANSWER EACH QUESTION BELOW WITH INFORMATION PERTAINING TO THE WORK FORCE REPORTED ABOVE. Describe the goods or services produced at or provided by the employer.

Identify the geographical area from which the company draws its employees. Use city, county, metropolitan statistical area, or distance from location.

What is the maximum number of employees working for the company during a 12-month period? What is the average number of persons employed by the company on a year-round basis? How many disabled persons are employed by the company? Is the employer a federal contractor pursuant to federal executive order 11246? Does the company normally hire additional employees to perform contract work? Is the company minority owned? Is the company female owned? Does the company have a current written affirmative-action plan? Does the company have a current written sexual harassment policy? Within the past three years, has the company been declared ineligible for any public contract based on a finding of employment discrimination? If yes, attach a separate sheet fully explaining the situation. Is this form for a location which shares a FEIN with another location that is already registered with IDHR?

Yes

No

I certify that the information provided in this report, and i n any attachments thereto, is true and ac curate to the best of my knowledge and belief. The employer filing this report agrees to conform with the requirements set forth in the Illinois Human Rights Act, 775 ILCS 5/1-101 et seq., and the rules and regulations of the Department of Human Rights. I am authorized to sign this form on behalf of the employer.

SIGNATURE TYPED NAME AND TITLE

DATE TELEPHONE

EMAIL

(IDHR EMPLOYER REPORT FORM 02/2010) Employer Report Form – Submit to IDHR with Payment

FIRST TIME APPLICATION

State of Illinois Illinois Department of Human Rights Legal Division, Public Contracts Unit

Make payment to: ILLINOIS DEPARTMENT OF HUMAN RIGHTS MAIL TO: IDHR - FISCAL UNIT 100 W. RANDOLPH - SUITE 10-100 CHICAGO, ILLINOIS 60601 TELEPHONE: 312-814-2432 (TTY: 217-785-5125) Contact a Public Contracts Unit Representative [email protected]

IDHR EMPLOYER REPORT FORM (PC-1): RENEWAL OF A CURRENT IDHR NUMBER

Instructions: This form is to be used by an entity RENEWING an IDHR number. IDHR Numbers expire five years after the date of issue, and may be renewed at that time for an additional $75 fee. The information requested is necessary to accomplish the statutory purpose set forth in 775 ILCS 5/1-101 et seq. Disclosure of this information is REQUIRED. Forms received with employment data omitted will not be processed. The gathering and retention of employee race/ethnicity and gender data is permitted by state and federal law so long as such data are kept separate from other personnel information and are not used for the purpose of committing unlawful discrimination. For administrative details, review 44 Ill. Admin. Code, Section 750.210(a). You must file a renewal if your company wants to maintain eligibility to bid on state contracts and any one of the following applies: 1) your company employs 15 or more persons at the time of application for a public contract; 2) your company has employed 15 or more persons at any time during the 365 day period prior to the date of your applying for a public contract; 3) you are directed to file by a contracting agency of the State of Illinois, any political subdivision, or a municipal corporation. A form is deemed filed when it is received by the IDHR Chicago office, PROPERLY completed, signed, and accompanied by a certified check, money order, or cashier’s check for $75 payable to the Illinois Department of Human Rights. No personal checks, business checks, or credit card numbers will be accepted. Any form without an approved form of payment will be returned unprocessed. This form must be filed prior to bid opening. Sexual Harassment Policy: NO company without a sexual harassment policy will be issued an IDHR number. If your organization has no policy, and would like a model for creating one, please visit: http://www.state.il.us/dhr/Programs/dhr_pbsx.htm. Federal Employer Identification Number (FEIN) must be provided. If your entity has multiple locations that all have the same FEIN, you are only obligated to pay one fee ($75) to receive an IDHR number for any locations having the same FEIN and wishing to be eligible to bid on business with the State of Illinois. The following form must be filled out for EACH location applying to do business with the State. Click here to open additional blank copies of the following form. For definitions of “Employees”, “Race or Ethnic Background” and “Job Category” or to review the Equal Employment Opportunity Clause, Requirements regarding Sexual Harassment Policies, or applicable regulations regarding the Discriminatory Club Act, Click Here. (IDHR EMPLOYER REPORT FORM 02/2010) Instructions Page – Keep for your records

Make Payment ($75 Certified Check, Cashier’s Check, or Money Order) to: ILLINOIS DEPARTMENT OF HUMAN RIGHTS and mail to: IDHR - FISCAL UNIT 100 W. RANDOLPH - SUITE 10-100 CHICAGO, ILLINOIS 60601

State of Illinois Illinois Department of Human Rights Legal Division, Public Contracts Unit Renewal Name of Applying Company:

FEIN:

Address:

Prev. IDHR Number:

City:

State:

Contact Name: Individual or sole proprietor Partnership Corporation - for profit JOB CATEGORIES

ZIP:

WHITE

BLACK OR AFRICANAMERICAN

(Not of Hispanic Origin)

(A)

Country:

Phone: Corporation - not for profit Government entity Educational institution

(Not of Hispanic Origin)

M (B)

County:

F (C)

M (D)

F (E)

Email: Other-

HISPANIC OR LATINO M (F)

F (G)

ASIAN OR PACIFIC ISLANDER M (H)

F (I)

AMERICAN INDIAN OR ALASKAN NATIVE M F (J) (K)

OVERALL TOTALS M (L)

F (M)

Officials & Managers Professionals Technicians Sales Workers Office & Clerical Craft Workers (Skilled) Operatives (Semi-Skilled) Laborers (Unskilled) Service Workers TOTAL M = MALE COLUMN L IS SUM OF ROWS B, D, F, H, AND J. F = FEMALE COLUMN M IS SUM OF ROWS C, E, G, I, AND K.

Sole proprietorship: one employee and that same employee is the owner; must fill in the above chart for the one person.

DATE OF ABOVE DATA: NOTE: ANSWER EACH QUESTION BELOW WITH INFORMATION PERTAINING TO THE WORK FORCE REPORTED ABOVE. Describe the goods or services produced at or provided by the employer.

Identify the geographical area from which the company draws its employees. Use city, county, metropolitan statistical area, or distance from location.

What is the maximum number of employees working for the company during a 12-month period? What is the average number of persons employed by the company on a year-round basis? How many disabled persons are employed by the company? Is the employer a federal contractor pursuant to federal executive order 11246? Does the company normally hire additional employees to perform contract work? Is the company minority owned? Is the company female owned? Does the company have a current written affirmative-action plan? Does the company have a current written sexual harassment policy? Within the past three years, has the company been declared ineligible for any public contract based on a finding of employment discrimination? If yes, attach a separate sheet fully explaining the situation. Is this form for a location which shares a FEIN with another location that is already registered with IDHR?

Yes

No

I certify that the information provided in this report, and i n any attachments thereto, is true and ac curate to the best of my knowledge and belief. The employer filing this report agrees to conform with the requirements set forth in the Illinois Human Rights Act, 775 ILCS 5/1-101 et seq., and the rules and regulations of the Department of Human Rights. I am authorized to sign this form on behalf of the employer.

SIGNATURE TYPED NAME AND TITLE

DATE TELEPHONE

EMAIL

(IDHR EMPLOYER REPORT FORM 02/2010) Employer Report Form – Submit to IDHR with Payment

RENEWAL

Business Name

Bidder Application Form This requested information is required to accomplish the statutory purpose of the Illinois Procurement Code [30 ILCS 500].

Illinois Public Higher Education (IPHE)

Instructions: Please type or print. You must respond to all questions, sign the form, and submit it to the appropriate university. If your answer is “same,” “not applicable,” or “none,” please write this to indicate no questions have been overlooked. It is your responsibility to notify the issuing university if the information in this application changes. Today’s date

! Initial application

This application is:

! Revision of previously submitted application

Submit this completed form to the university closest to you or the university with whom you intend to do the most business. Check that university below: Director of Purchases Chicago State University 9501 King Drive Chicago, IL 60628-1598

Manager of Procurement Services Northern Illinois University B-113 Gilbert Hall DeKalb, IL 60115-2870

Director of Purchases Eastern Illinois University Room 113 Old Main Charleston, IL 61920-3099

Director of Purchasing Southern Illinois University Bldg 108 - Miles Hall Carbondale, IL 62901-6813

Purchasing Office Governors State University University Park, IL 60466-0975

Director of Purchasing Southern Illinois University Box 1012 Edwardsville, IL 62026-1012

Director of Purchases 1220 Illinois State University Normal, IL 61790-1220 Assistant Director Northeastern Illinois University 5500 North St. Louis Avenue Chicago, IL 60625-4699

Director of Procurement Services SIU Medical School P.O. Box 19605 Springfield, IL 62794-9605

Director of Purchases University of Illinois at Chicago Room 312 - M.A.B. (MC-560) 809 South Marshfield Avenue Chicago, IL 60612-7203 Business Manager Purchasing B106 University of Illinois at Springfield Springfield, IL 62794-9243 Director of Purchases University of Illinois at UrbanaChampaign Room 207, 506 S. Wright St. Urbana, IL 61801-3684 Director of Purchases Room 227 Sherman Hall Western Illinois University Macomb, IL 61455-1390

If you wish to be included on the bid list for other universities, copy this form and submit it to the other universities.

1. Legal name/address to which solicitations are to be mailed:

2. Address to which purchase orders are to be mailed, if different:

3. Address to which payment is to be mailed, if different:

4. Contact person: Phone number: 800 number: FAX number: E-mail:

5. If a division of a corporation, show name and address of parent

6. Years in business

company:

U.S. owned business:

State of incorporation

! Yes

7. Legal and tax status – I certify, under penalty of perjury, that I/we do business as a (check one only): ! ! ! ! ! !

Individual Sole Proprietorship Partnership Corporation Not-for-Profit Corporation Medical Health Care Services Provider Corp.

! ! ! ! !

Real Estate Agent Government Entity Tax Exempt Organizations (IRC 501 (a) only) Trust or Estate Limited Liability Corporation

! No

Business Name

Page 2

8. Enter your Taxpayer Identification Number (use Social Security Number if individual or sole proprietorship): ! FEIN

! SSN

9. Enter your Illinois Department of Human Rights (IDHR) number. Failure to do so will delay the processing of your application. If your IDHR number is 89999-00-0 or lower, you must re-register with the Illinois Department of Human Rights. IDHR Contractor Registration Number IDHR requires all persons wishing to bid on State of Illinois contracts to file an Employers Report Form - Form PC-1 before bid opening. You may obtain a PC-1 form through IDHR at (312) 814-2431, TDD (312) 263-1579, or http://www.state.il.us/cms/purchase.

10. Is your firm authorized to do business in the State of Illinois, as well as locally, with all necessary business licenses? ! Yes ! No

If no, please explain

11. Net worth of business:

12. Bank reference - name and address:

13. Total sales and receipts (include amounts for all affiliated businesses) for most recent fiscal year:

14. Special Programs – Complete all of 14 (A – D). The public higher education institutions of Illinois have various special programs that may be available to your company. Please check each category which applies, and complete the requested information. You may be requested to complete a more detailed form and provide additional documentation in order to ensure eligibility. ! (A) Small business. See 30 ILCS 500/45-45. To participate as a small business you must qualify under the following definition and criteria: “Small business” means a business that is independently owned and operated and is not dominant in its field of operation (that is, it does not exercise a controlling or major influence in a kind of activity in which a number of business concerns are primarily engaged). To compute your size status, include your (and your affiliates’) annual sales and receipts, subject to the following limitations: Wholesale business – annual sales for the most recently completed fiscal year cannot exceed $7,500,000 Submit a copy of the latest year’s Federal and State income tax return page(s) showing total annual gross sales for the company and an Illinois address. If both a wholesaler and retailer, the combined wholesale and retail annual sales for the latest year of tax filing shall not exceed $9 million. The retail component shall not exceed $1.5 million and the wholesale component shall not exceed $7.5 million. Businesses desiring to qualify under the combined status must also submit a notarized statement delineating the retail and wholesale dollar components. Retail business or business selling services – annual sales and receipts cannot exceed $1,500,000 Submit a copy of the latest year’s Federal and State income tax return page(s) showing total annual gross sales for the company and an Illinois address. If both a wholesaler and retailer, the combined wholesale and retail annual sales for the latest year of tax filing shall not exceed $9 million. The retail component shall not exceed $1.5 million and the wholesale component shall not exceed $7.5 million. Businesses desiring to qualify under the combined status must also submit a notarized statement delineating the retail and wholesale dollar components. Manufacturing business – cannot employ more than 250 persons Submit a copy of the latest year’s Federal or State income tax return page(s) showing an Illinois address and the latest year’s form IL-W-3 (Illinois Annual Withholding Income Tax Return) showing the number of Forms W-2, W-2G, and 1099R issued (denotes number of employees at the company). If a manufacturing business has been in existence for less than a full fiscal year, its average employment shall be calculated for the period through one month prior to the bid or proposal due date. In such cases, a notarized statement to that effect and proof of when the business came into existence shall be submitted. Construction business – annual sales and receipts cannot exceed $3,000,000 Submit a copy of the latest year’s Federal and State income tax return page(s) showing total annual gross sales for the company and an Illinois address.

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! (B) Minority, Female, Person with Disability. See 30 ILCS 575. To participate in this you must qualify under the following criteria and be certified by one of the following: ! DCMS (Department of Central Management Services) ! CMBDC (Chicago Minority Business Development Council) ! IDOT (Illinois Department of Transportation)

! WBDC (Women’s Business Development Center)

The business must be at least 51% owned and controlled by one or more individuals who are minority, female, or a person with disabilities. A business owned and controlled at least 51% by any combination of minorities, females, and persons with disabilities should be checked as a business owned and controlled by the eligible group that has the largest percentage of ownership. If this block is checked, also check each of the following which are applicable: ! African American

! Female

! Hispanic

! Native American/Alaskan

! Person with disability (must be ! Asian American severe mental or physical disabilities which substantially limit major life activities) ! (C) Not-for-profit, U.S. tax exempt agency for the disabled. You must qualify under Section 501 of the Internal Revenue Code. See 30 ILCS 575/2A4.1. ! (D) State use – Not-for-profit agency for the severely handicapped. Must meet requirements of U.S. Department of Labor and the Illinois Department of Rehabilitation Services. See 30 ILCS 500/45-35.

15. In compliance with the Illinois Procurement Code, state the name of each person or company having a beneficial interest of more than 7½% in the bidding enterprise and each person or company, who, together with spouse or minor children, has a beneficial interest of more than 15% in the bidding enterprise (attach additional sheets if necessary): Name and Address

Percent Owned

Voting Percentage

If applicant is a corporation, please complete both columns: Names of Corporate Officers

Names of Corporate Directors

16. List equipment, supplies, and/or services you can provide. Include brand and manufacturer names or other information that will help buyers to categorize your capabilities. (Additional items may be submitted on an attached sheet.) If the issuing university has provided a separate listing of equipment, supplies, and/or services, provide requested information and return it with this form. If the services available from your firm include professional and/or artistic services (see Item #17 for listing), and you wish to be prequalified so you can receive direct notification of opportunities, complete Items #17-24 of this application.

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Fill out this section to pre-qualify as a provider of

Professional and Artistic Services If you do not offer such services, or do not wish to pre-qualify, proceed to Item #24. Completing this section does not guarantee that you will be pre-qualified. Being pre-qualified does not guarantee that you will be awarded a contract. You do not need to be pre-qualified to respond to a solicitation (Illinois Procurement Code [30 ILCS 500/35-15]). Consult the universities’ solicitations to determine specific qualification requirements for individual solicitations. Automatic notification – Once you have been pre-qualified you will be entitled to receive an automatic notification of Procurement Bulletin solicitations for services for which you have pre-qualified if you have listed a FAX number and/or e-mail address as requested in Item #4. Do not use this section to pre-qualify for construction or construction-related professional services. Contact the university with whom you wish to do business for information regarding specific requirements for these categories.

17. Please check the professional and artistic services for which you are requesting pre-qualification. For each service you check, provide the information requested in Items #17-23 of this application. Accounting ! Accountant ! Auditor ! Billing Services ! Collection Services Artistic ! Artist ! Entertainer ! Musician ! Sculptor Clinical Psychology ! Psychotherapist ! Psychiatrist Data Processing ! Consultant ! Network Design ! Programmer ! Systems Analyst

Dentistry ! Dentist ! Orthodontist ! Periodontist Environmental/Land ! Cartographer ! Environmental Analyst ! Environmental Engineer ! Geologist ! Hydrologist ! Land Appraiser ! Land Use Planner ! Meteorologist ! Naturalist Law ! Administrative Law Judge ! Arbitrator ! Attorney ! Court Reporting ! Hearing Officer ! Law Clerk ! Legal Services

Management/ Administrative Services ! Actuary ! Banking Services ! Consultant ! Economist ! Executive Search Services ! Investment Services ! Training and Development Marketing And Media Services ! Audio and Video Production ! Commercial Photographer ! Editor ! Graphic Designer ! Media Consultant ! Public Relations

Medicine ! Audiologist ! Chiropractor ! Dietician ! Medical Transcriber ! Nurse ! Occupational Therapist ! Optometrist ! Orthopedist ! Pathologist ! Pharmacist ! Physical Therapist ! Physician ! Podiatrist ! Radiologist ! Surgeon ! Temporary Medical Staffing ! Veterinarian Science/Research ! Archaeologist ! Biologist ! Botanist ! Chemist ! Educator ! Entomologist ! Historian ! Other

18. Licenses and/or professional registration – List names of each key person of the firm. If a requested service requires a licensed/registered practitioner, you may be required to provide a copy of such license/registration to the university before an award can be made or work begun. Name

Capacity

Current Licenses/Registrations

(Owner, Partner, Etc.)

(Include Certificate # if Applicable)

19. Work experience – List contracts for similar services that have been completed within the last five years:

License/Registration Exp. Date

Business Name

Project

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Location

Type of Service

Total Amount of Contract

Start/Completion Dates

Name/Phone # of Owner or Other Reference

20. Resume' of key personnel – Provide the requested information for key personnel who would be assigned to work on contracts awarded or who would, at a minimum, supervise such work. Name and Title

Primary Responsibilities

Years Experience

Education

(This Firm/Other Firms)

(Institutions, Years, Degrees, Certificates)

Other Relevant Experience and/or Qualifications

21. Judgments and claims – Are there any judgments, claims, or suits pending or outstanding against you or your organization that could affect the ability to complete any contract awarded? ! Yes ! No If no, please explain:

22. Receivership – Have you or your organization filed for bankruptcy, receivership, or reorganization within the last five years? ! Yes

! No

If yes, please provide details:

23. Statutory qualifications – Are you or your organization disqualified, ineligible, suspended, or otherwise barred from receiving solicitations and/or awards from any State of Illinois university or agency or any agency of the Federal Government? ! Yes ! No If yes, please provide details:

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24. I understand that: Information provided in this application may be audited by any State university or verified by other means. Provision of information in this application does not relieve me from providing the same or additional information as required in a response to a solicitation. Submittal of this application does not guarantee pre-qualification. Pre-qualification will be given only if I meet all statutory or regulatory requirements, including any that may not be listed in this application. I must update significant information changes within a reasonable amount of time. Significant changes include, but are not limited to: change of legal status, TIN, ownership, name, address, as well as loss of licensure or registration, filing of bankruptcy, or suspension or debarment by any Federal, state, or local governmental agency. Failure to provide accurate and reliable information required by this form may, in accordance with any and all applicable laws, result in penalties including, but not limited to, suspension or debarment from doing business with any university and termination of contracts, and loss of profits in appropriate cases. Under penalty of perjury, I swear or affirm that: The information provided in this application is true and correct as of the time of signing. I have not been barred from contracting with a unit of State or local government as a result of a violation of Section 33-E or 33E-4 of the Criminal Code of 1961. I, along with other officers and employees, have not been convicted of bribery nor attempted bribery of an officer or employee of the State of Illinois, nor have made an admission of guilt of such conduct that is a matter or record. I am an equal opportunity employer and in compliance with the equal opportunity requirements of applicable state and federal laws.

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Name (type or print)

Date

Title

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THE BIDDING AND CONTRACT PROVISIONS SIUE Prequalification Statement PREQUALIFICATION STATEMENT VALID FOR THE PERIOD JANUARY 1, 2012 THROUGH DECEMBER 31, 2012 SOUTHERN ILLINOIS UNIVERSITY EDWARDSVILLE

To:

The Board of Trustees of Southern Illinois University Governing Southern Illinois University Edwardsville c/o Purchasing Office, Shelly Albert Campus Box 1012 Edwardsville, IL 62026-1012

Date: _____________________

Contract Division to Be Bid: ____ I. General Work ____ II. Plumbing Work

Prequalification Submitted by: Company Name: _____________________________ Business Address:

____ III. Heating, Piping, Refrigeration & Temperature Control Work ____ IV. Ventilation & Air Distribution Work

___________________________________________ ____ V. Electrical Work ___________________________________________ ____ VI. Fire Protection Work Phone: (____)________________________________ ____ VII. Asphalt Work Fax:

(____)________________________________ ____ VIII. Roofing Work

E-Mail: ____________________________________ (Please use e-mail address for bid notices) Contact Person:

____

IX.

Asbestos Abatement Work

_____ X. Other (List Trade): _______________________

__________________________________________ _______________________ __________________________________________

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THE BIDDING AND CONTRACT PROVISIONS SIUE Prequalification Statement EMPLOYEE UTILIZATION FORM Illinois Department of Human Rights (IDHR) Number: If you do not have an IDHR #, have you applied for same?

____Yes

____ No

IDHR expiration date:

______________________

Vendors must have a current Illinois Department of Human Rights (IDHR) Bidder Eligibility Number to be eligible for award of public contracts. To obtain an IDHR number, contact the IL Dept. of Human Rights, Compliance Division, Public Contracts Unit, 100 West Randolph Street, 10th Floor, Chicago, IL 60601, 312-814-2432. All prospective contractors shall be registered or have an application pending (not subject to an Order of Noncompliance) with the IL Dept. of Human Rights prior to an SIUe bid opening. Indicate above if an application is pending with the IL Dept. of Human Rights. Firms must notify SIUe of the assigned IDHR number. Taxpayer Identification Number: (If a sole proprietorship, provide owner’s Social Security Number).

______________________

Is the firm prequalified with the Capital Development Board: ________yes _______ no _________ expires If so, include letter of approved prequalification status received from CDB. If the firm is a minority/female owned business enterprise, indicate the appropriate category(ies): ________ Not Applicable

_________ African American

________ Asian American

________ Female

_________ Hispanic

________ Native American

Indicate certification below. SIUe will only recognize firms as minority/female owned businesses when a copy of current certification from Central Management Services (CMS) or the Illinois Department of Transportation (IDOT) is attached. Contact CMS at 312-814-4190 or IDOT at 217-785-5947 regarding procedures. ________ IDOT Certified (Copy Attached)

_________ CMS Certified (Copy Attached)

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________ Not Currently Certified

THE BIDDING AND CONTRACT PROVISIONS SIUE Prequalification Statement Small Business Specialist/Disabled Veteran/Veteran: Is the firm registered as a small business?

________yes _______ no

Is the firm owned by a Veteran or Disabled Veteran:

________yes _______ no

If so, is the firm located in Illinois?

________yes _______ no

Criteria for a small business, includes but is not limited to: If a business is any combination of retailer, wholesaler or construction business, then the annual sales for each component may not exceed the higher of $10,000,000 for a wholesaler, $16,000,000 for a retailer, $10,000,000 for construction business. When computing the size status of a company, the number of employees and annual sales and receipts, as applicable, of the vendor and all affiliates shall be included. Workforce Projection: The undersigned bidder will analyze minority group and female populations, unemployment rates and availability of workers for the location of which contract work is to be performed and for the location from which the bidder recruits employees. Affirmative Action Plan: The undersigned bidder agrees, in the event the foregoing minority and female employee utilization projection is determined to be an underutilization of minority persons or women in any job category and in the event that the undersigned bidder is awarded a contract, to develop and submit a written Affirmative Action Plan prior to the commencement of work on this contract. Such Affirmative Action Plan shall have a specific timetable, geared to the completion stages of the contract, whereby deficiencies in minority and/or female employee utilization are corrected and shall be subject to approval by the Owner and the Illinois Department of Human Rights. Certification of Non-segregated Facilities: The Undersigned bidder certifies that the contract and each subcontractor shall provide facilities at its places of business without segregation except where separate facilities for a person of the opposite sex are required. Each contractor and subcontractor shall further ensure, to the greatest extent possible, that employees are not assigned to work at any location where facilities are so segregated. As used in these certifications, the term “segregated facilities” means any waiting rooms, work areas, restrooms and washrooms, restaurants and other eating areas, time clocks, locker rooms and other storage or dressing areas, parking lots, drinking fountains, recreation or entertainment areas, transportation and housing facilities provided for employees which are segregated by explicit directive or are in fact segregated on the basis of race, creed, color, or national origin because of habit, local custom or otherwise.

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THE BIDDING AND CONTRACT PROVISIONS SIUE Prequalification Statement Prevailing Wage – Substance Abuse (HB 1855, Public Act 95-0635) The bidder certifies that it has complied with the Substance Abuse Prevention on Public Works Projects Act (820 ILCS 265) including the requirement to file with SIUE a written program that meets or exceeds the requirements of the Act. Submit a copy of your company’s substance abuse program with this prequalification statement. The requirements of this certification and disclosure are a material part of this Agreement and the bidder shall require this certification provision to be included in all subagreements. The Firm, by signing this application, agrees to comply with the provisions of the DRUG FREE WORKPLACE ACT. Certification must be completed by all applicants; however, the requirements, specified in paragraphs (a) through (g), apply only when the firm performs a contract for $5,000 or more and when, at the time of entering said contract, the firm has 25 or more employees (full or parttime). This certification is required by the Drug Free Workplace Act (30 ILCS 580/1 et seq.). The Act requires certification by firms that it will maintain a drug free workplace. The firm certifies that when it performs a contract in the amount of $5,000 or more, and if it has 25 or more employees (full or part time) at the time of entering a contract, it will provide a drug free workplace by: (a) Publishing a statement notifying employees that the unlawful manufacture, distribution, dispensing, possession or use of a controlled substance is prohibited in the firm's workplace and specifying the actions that will be taken against employees for violation of such prohibition. (b)

Establishing a drug free awareness program to inform employees about: (1) The dangers of drug abuse in the workplace; (2) The firm's policy of maintaining a drug free workplace; (3) Any available drug counseling, rehabilitation, and employee assistance programs; and (4) The penalties that may be imposed upon employees for drug abuse violations occurring in the workplace.

Making it a requirement that each employee to be engaged in the performance of the contract be given a copy of the statement required by paragraph (a) and to post the statement in a prominent location in the workplace. (c)

(d) Notifying the employee in the statement required by paragraph (a) that, as a condition of employment under the contract, the employee will: (1) Abide by the terms of the statement; and SIUe 2012 Prequalification Statement Page 4

THE BIDDING AND CONTRACT PROVISIONS SIUE Prequalification Statement (2) Notify the employer of any criminal drug statute conviction for a violation occurring in the workplace no later than five days after such a conviction. (e) Notifying the agency within ten days after receiving notice under subparagraph (d)(2) from an employee or otherwise receiving actual notice of such conviction, (f) Taking one of the following actions within 30 days of receiving notice under subparagraph (d)(2), with respect to any employee who is so convicted: (1) Taking appropriate personnel action against such an employee, up to and including termination; or (2) Requiring such employee to participate satisfactorily in a drug abuse assistance or rehabilitation program approved for such purposes by a Federal, State, or local health, law enforcement, or other appropriate agency. (g) Assisting employees in selecting a course of action in the event drug counseling, treatment, and rehabilitation is required and indicating that a referral team is in place. (h) Making a good faith effort to continue to maintain a drug free workplace through the implementation of paragraph (a), (b), (c), (d), (e), (f) and (g). BUSINESS ORGANIZATION ___

Sole Proprietorship: If the bidder is an individual, list the proprietor’s name and address: _____________________________________ _____________________________________ _____________________________________

___

Partnership: If the bidder is a partnership, provide the following information: a)

Partners authorized to submit proposals and sign contracts ____________________________ ____________________________

b)

Name of all partners:

__________________________ __________________________

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THE BIDDING AND CONTRACT PROVISIONS SIUE Prequalification Statement ___

Corporation: If the bidder is a corporation, execute the following: ALL CORPORATIONS shall be classified as being in “good standing” with the Illinois Secretary of State at the time of contract award. Firms are encouraged to maintain active status to avoid delays in the event of contract award. Contact the Illinois Secretary of State at 217-782-7880 for information. a)

State in which incorporated: __________________________________

b)

If incorporated in another state, are you authorized by the Secretary of State of the State of Illinois to do business in the State of Illinois? _____ Yes _____ No If not authorized, please explain: _____________________________________________________________________ _____________________________________________________________________

c)

Name and address of the corporation’s registered agent in Illinois: _____________________________________________________________________ _____________________________________________________________________

d)

e)

Name and titles of officers authorized to submit proposals and sign contracts: _____________________________________

___________________________ Title

_____________________________________

___________________________ Title

_____________________________________

___________________________ Title

Name and address of parent company, if firm is a subsidiary: _____________________________________________________________________ _____________________________________________________________________

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THE BIDDING AND CONTRACT PROVISIONS SIUE Prequalification Statement f)

Name of shareholders having more than 7.5% ownership of the company: ____________________________________ ____________________________________

___________________________ ___________________________

BUSINESS AND FINANCIAL INFORMATION: Company’s Annual Business Volume (dollar amount) for the last fiscal year: $_________________ (for each contract division of work which the bidder is prequalifying) Number of years in business:

______________________________

Number of years under present ownership:

______________________________

Number of full-time, non-labor employees: Include management, clerical, supervisory, and Technical people working for the firm:

______________________________

Under what other or former names has your organization operated?: _________________________ Company’s Financial Institution References: Name:

___________________________

__________________________

Address:

___________________________

__________________________

___________________________

__________________________

Phone:

___________________________

__________________________

Officer:

___________________________

__________________________

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THE BIDDING AND CONTRACT PROVISIONS SIUE Prequalification Statement ALL CORPORATIONS, LIMITED LIABILITY PARTNERSHIPS AND LIMITED LIABILITY COMPANIES ARE REQUIRED TO ATTACH A CURRENT COPY OF THE FIRM’S CERTIFICATE OF GOOD STANDING FROM THE ILLINOIS SECRETARY OF STATE. Go to www.ilsos.gov/corporatellc/ Enter company name and click on submit. Click on company name and this takes you to a blue screen with Corporation File Detail Report at the top; do a print screen and submit this as proof of good standing. You do not need to purchase proof. If you do not have this capability, contact the Secretary of State’s office at 217-782-7880. PERSONNEL: List all key persons. Key person is defined as any individual who holds a 5% or more ownership interest, regardless of position with the firm, and any officer or director, regardless of ownership in the firm. Also identify all other persons who have duties, responsibilities or authority delegated to owners, officers, partners or director. If the firm is owned by another corporation, partnership, trust or business association, identify all ultimate individuals who hold a 5% or more ownership interest. If percentage does not total 100, please explain. (I.e., “remaining ownership held by individuals with less than 5%”.) Name of Person

Position/Title

% Ownership

___________________________

____________________________

_________________

___________________________

____________________________

_________________

___________________________

____________________________

_________________

___________________________

____________________________

_________________

List names and titles of all individuals authorized to sign bids, proposals or contract documents: Name of Person

Position/Title

__________________________________________

___________________________________

__________________________________________

___________________________________

__________________________________________

___________________________________

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THE BIDDING AND CONTRACT PROVISIONS SIUE Prequalification Statement Identify all other names the firm or its predecessors have used in the past five years. Provide the dates that name was in effect: ___________________________________________________________________________________ ___________________________________________________________________________________ Identify key persons and any other occupations or businesses (including other construction companies) in which they are currently engaged. Please explain below or attach a separate sheet. ___________________________________________________________________________________ ___________________________________________________________________________________ Identify all firms by which key persons of this firm have been employed during the past five years and provide the dates of employment. Please explain below or attach a separate sheet. ___________________________________________________________________________________ ___________________________________________________________________________________ House Bill 3048 amends the Illinois Procurement Code to make effective June 1, 2004, that all bidders and their subcontractors are required to certify that they are participating in apprenticeship and training programs that are both approved by and registered with the US Department of Labor’s Bureau of Apprenticeship and Training. The program(s) must be in the same trade(s) which the firm performs. In addition, all prequalification applicants are required to provide current proof of compliance at time of application submittal. Please attach current proof of participation. Call Dave Wyatt at the US Department of Labor at 312-596-5508 for further information, or to inquire on how to participate or how a program complying with the new requirement can be set up in your area.

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THE BIDDING AND CONTRACT PROVISIONS SIUE Prequalification Statement Firms must be able to check at least one trade below. Attach references for each trade checked, recent (within the past three years), relevant, construction experience (minimum of three, maximum of ten references). Copy(ies) of current and valid Illinois FIRM licenses MUST BE PROVIDED for each trade identified with an asterisk(*). ________ General

___________ Electrical

_________ Heating

________ Ventilating

___________ Temperature Control _________ Demolition/Excavating

________ Other (Describe) ___________________________________________________________ ________ Plumbing*

___________ Roofing*

_________Underground Storage Tank Removal*

________ Fire Sprinkler*

___________ Asbestos Abatement* _________ Lead Abatement*

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THE BIDDING AND CONTRACT PROVISIONS SIUE Prequalification Statement INDEMNITY BOND (Performance and Payment) Prequalification is contingent upon the applicant having a surety (indemnity) bond capacity authorized only by a surety company acceptable to SIUe. Surety companies that are listed in Bests’ Key Rating Guide with a rating of A or better and/or are listed in the Treasury Circular are considered acceptable. Firms may forward this page by mail or fax to their local broker/agent for signature, then include signed page with application. Original signature is not required. NAME OF FIRM APPLYING FOR PREQUALIFICATION: _____________________________________ SPECIFIC SURETY COMPANY NAME:

_____________________________________________

Street Address:

_____________________________________________

City, State, Zip:

_____________________________________________

Telephone Number/Fax Number:

_____________________________________________

LOCAL BROKER/AGENT:

_____________________________________________

Contact Person:

_____________________________________________

Street Address:

_____________________________________________

City, State, Zip

_____________________________________________

Telephone Number/Fax Number:

_____________________________________________

Provide the current level of performance bonding (in dollar amount) authorized by the surety. The limits listed below will not prevent a firm from bidding on a larger project than the bond limit established at the time of prequalification, so long as the bid amount falls within the bidding limit range authorized by SIUE. Single Limit: ________________________ Aggregate Limit: ___________________________ BY SIGNING BELOW, THE LOCAL BROKER/AGENT CONFIRMS THE INFORMATION PROVIDED ON PAGE 11. _________________________________ Printed Name of Local Broker/Agent

____________________________ Signature of Local Broker/Agent

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______________________ Date

THE BIDDING AND CONTRACT PROVISIONS SIUE Prequalification Statement Insurance Coverage: Submits the name(s) of the following surety company with a minimum of B:V rating in Best’s Key Rating guide who will provide Workman’s Compensation, Comprehensive General, and Comprehensive Automotive Liability coverage. NAME OF FIRM APPLYING FOR PREQUALIFICATION: _____________________________________ SPECIFIC INSURANCE COMPANY NAME:

_____________________________________________

Street Address:

_____________________________________________

City, State, Zip:

_____________________________________________

Telephone Number/Fax Number

_____________________________________________

LOCAL BROKER/AGENT:

_____________________________________________

Contact Person:

_____________________________________________

Street Address:

_____________________________________________

City, State, Zip

_____________________________________________

Telephone Number/Fax Number:

_____________________________________________

E-Mail Address:

_____________________________________________

Provide the current rating in Best’s Key Rating and Financial Size. Best’s Key Rating: ________________________

Financial Size: ___________________________

BY SIGNING BELOW, THE LOCAL BROKER/AGENT CONFIRMS THE INFORMATION PROVIDED ON PAGE 12. _________________________________ Printed Name of Local Broker/Agent

____________________________ Signature of Local Broker/Agent

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THE BIDDING AND CONTRACT PROVISIONS SIUE Prequalification Statement INSURANCE COVERAGE: Required Minimum Insurance Coverages: (SIUE reserves the right to add Builder’s Risk on specific projects). Contractor's Liability Insurance. The awarded contractor(s) shall secure, pay for and maintain such insurance as will protect it and the Owner from claims under the Worker's Compensation Act, the Worker’s Occupational Diseases Act, and from any other claims for damages to property or for bodily injury or death which may arise from operations under this contract, whether such operations be self-performed or performed by any Subcontractor or by anyone directly or indirectly employed by either of them. A. Coverages and Limits. The coverages and limits of liability shall not be less than those set forth as below. Evidence of an umbrella or excess liability policy may be provided to obtain the required limits. Coverage Minimum Limits of Liability 1. Workmen’s Compensation and Statutory Limits Occupational Diseases 2. Employer’s Liability $500,000 (Coverage B) 3. Commercial General Liability (occurrence coverage) – for contracts below $2,000,000: General Aggregate $1,000,000 Products/Completed Operations Aggregate $1,000,000 Occurrence Limit $1,000,000 Personal and Advertising Injury Limit $1,000,000 Fire Legal Liability Limit $ 100,000 Commercial General Liability (occurrence coverage) – for contracts between $2,000,000 and $4,999,999: General Aggregate $2,000,000 Products/Completed Operations Aggregate $2,000,000 Occurrence Limit $2,000,000 Personal and Advertising Injury Limit $2,000,000 Fire Legal Liability Limit $ 100,000 Commercial General Liability (occurrence coverage) – for contracts exceeding $5,000,000 – limits to be determined and identified in the supplementary conditions, but in no case less than the following: General Aggregate $5,000,000 Products/Completed Operations Aggregate $5,000,000 Occurrence Limit $5,000,000 Personal and Advertising Injury Limit $5,000,000 Fire Legal Liability Limit $ 100,000

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THE BIDDING AND CONTRACT PROVISIONS SIUE Prequalification Statement

4.

5. 6. 7.

The Contractor's general liability or any umbrella or excess insurance shall include, without limitation, the following coverages: a. The Owner and the General contractor shall be named as additional insured(s) on a Primary and Non-contributory basis on the Contractor's commercial general liability and/or umbrella or excess insurance policies. In order to meet this requirement, the following wording should appear on any Certificate(s) of Insurance provided: “The Board of Trustees of Southern Illinois University and the General contractor are additional insureds for any liability incurred by the University and the General contractor arising from the activities of Contractor, Subcontractor, and/or sub-Subcontractor performing work on behalf of Contractor.” b. Contractual liability coverage shall cover all contractual obligations which the Contractor has assumed, including the Indemnity Agreement, for the liability limits set forth above. An Owner/Contractor's protective liability policy may be provided in lieu of a commercial general liability policy for the liability limits set forth above. c. Coverage for "XCU" (explosion, collapse and underground) hazards shall be included for the liability limits set forth above. d. Coverage shall be endorsed to provide that the General Aggregate Limit applies separately to each of the insured Contractor’s projects. e. Coverage for completed operations shall remain in effect or renewed throughout the completed operations period, which is the Statute of Limitations or Repose, whichever is greater. f. Any contractual exclusion relating to Personal/Advertising Injury must be deleted or the coverage added back to the policy through endorsement. g. Any contractual exclusion or limitation relating to work performed within fifty (50) feet of a railroad track should be deleted, if applicable. Commercial Auto Liability (Including coverage for owned, non-owned and hired vehicles) Combined Single Limit $1,000,000 per occurrence OR Bodily Injury $1,000,000 per occurrence Property Damage $1,000,000 per occurrence Watercraft Protection and Indemnity Coverage shall be purchased and maintained, if applicable, at limits equal to the required Commercial General Liability limits specified. Aircraft Liability shall be purchased and maintained, if applicable, at limits equal to the required Commercial General Liability limits specified. Contractor’s Pollution Liability (i.e. Asbestos, lead abatement, pollution) shall be purchased and maintained, if applicable, at limits equal to the required Commercial General Liability limits specified; with no less than 5 years Completed Operations coverage. Coverage shall be written on an occurrence form.

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THE BIDDING AND CONTRACT PROVISIONS SIUE Prequalification Statement 8. Property Damage Liability for any demolition, blasting, excavating, tunneling, shoring, or similar operations. Owner reserves the right to require additional specialty insurance coverages or to limit exclusions at any time during the Project. AWARDEE(S) OF BIDSWILL BE REQUIRED TO FURNISH CERTIFICATES OF INSURANCE BEFORE BEGINNING WORK AND/OR DELIVERY. NO PAYMENTS WILL BE MADE ON A PURCHASE ORDER UNLESS CERTIFICATES OF INSURANCE HAVE BEEN RECEIVED AND APPROVED. HOLD HARMLESS AGREEMENT: The successful bidder agrees to indemnify and hold harmless the Board of Trustees, Southern Illinois University governing Southern Illinois University Edwardsville, its officers, employees, and architects and consultants from and against any and all suits, claims, demands, and losses, including reasonable attorneys’ fees, costs, and expenses, based upon resulting from, or arising out of any injury to any person or persons or any damage to property which may occur or be alleged to have occurred in connection with the work, materials, or products which are the subject of a contract and/or purchase order. ENCLOSURE AND GENERAL QUESTIONS: In the past five years, has the firm or its predecessor been cited for violating state or federal safety, sanitary or environmental laws which resulted in lawsuits filed against the firm, and/or were originally categorized as repeat or willful violations? If so, attach copies of citations issued and complaints filed in any lawsuits, and state whether the violations caused injuries. _________Yes

__________ No

Has the firm or its predecessor or any key person with the firm or its predecessor ever been formally charged with or convicted of any state or federal crime (excluding traffic violations), including but not limited to the Illinois Procurement Code, embezzlement, theft, forgery, bribery, falsification or destruction of records, receipt of stolen property, criminal anti-trust violations, bid-rigging or bid rotating? If a conviction or plea of nolo contendere was entered, include in your explanation documentation (such as a Court Order) when the sentence ended. _________Yes

__________ No

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THE BIDDING AND CONTRACT PROVISIONS SIUE Prequalification Statement Has the firm or its predecessor or any key person with the firm or its predecessor ever been charged with or convicted of a state or federal civil anti-trust violation or similar offense? _________Yes

__________ No

Has the firm or its predecessor or any key person with the firm or its predecessor or any firm with which a key person was affiliated filed for bankruptcy within the past ten years? _________Yes

__________ No

Has the firm or its predecessor or any key person of the firm or its predecessor ever been suspended or debarred by a state, federal or municipal agency, including but not limited to, the Illinois Department of Labor? _________Yes

__________ No

Is any key person with the firm currently in default on a student loan? _________Yes

__________ No

Is the owner, person with an interest in firm profits, or their spouse or minor child employed in any way by the State of Illinois? If your answer to this question is “yes” and you are the lowest responsive bidder, you will be required to obtain an exemption from the Governor prior to contract award. A conflict of interest may exist, as defined by the Illinois Procurement Code (30 ILCS 500/50-13). _________Yes

__________ No

Has your organization ever failed to complete any work? _________Yes

__________ No

Are there any judgments, claims, or suits pending or outstanding against your organization or its officers? _________Yes

__________ No

Has your organization filed any law suits or requested arbitration with regard to construction contracts within the last five years? _________Yes

__________ No

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THE BIDDING AND CONTRACT PROVISIONS SIUE Prequalification Statement

Has any other organization or individual filed a lawsuit or requested arbitration against your organization with regard to construction contracts within the last five years? _________Yes

__________ No

Within the last five years, has any officer or principal of your organization ever been an officer or principal of another organization when it failed to complete a construction contract? _________Yes

__________ No

Violation of Labor and Employment Laws and Regulations: a)

During the last year, has this firm been found in a hearing held before an appropriate administrative commission, hearing agency, or legal tribunal of the State of Illinois designated by law to hear and resolve such matters; to be in violation of any of the following Illinois statutes known as the Illinois Citizens Preference Act, The Veterans Preference Act, The Anti-Discrimination Act, The Illinois Human Rights Act, The Prevailing Wage Act, or The Workmen’s Health and Safety Act; pursuant to a complaint being filed by or with an appropriate department or agency of the State of Illinois designated by law to monitor compliance with such laws and related regulations (e.g.: The Illinois Department of Human Rights, The Illinois Department of Labor, etc.)? _________Yes

b)

__________ No

Is this firm currently under suspension in the State of Illinois by any such administrative commission, hearing agency or legal tribunal? _________Yes

__________ No

Statutory Qualifications: Is this firm disqualified, ineligible, suspended or otherwise barred by any applicable federal or state law from selling to or contracting with the Board of Trustees of Southern Illinois University? _________Yes

__________ No

Additional Certification: Has this firm been prohibited from selling goods or services to the State of Illinois because it pays dues or fees on behalf of its employees or agents or subsidizes or otherwise reimburses them for payment of their dues or fees to any club which unlawfully discriminates? _________Yes

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THE BIDDING AND CONTRACT PROVISIONS SIUE Prequalification Statement If the response to any of the above questions is yes, provide a detailed explanation. _________________________________________________________________________________ _________________________________________________________________________________ _________________________________________________________________________________ _________________________________________________________________________________ _________________________________________________________________________________ _________________________________________________________________________________ _________________________________________________________________________________ _________________________________________________________________________________ _________________________________________________________________________________ _________________________________________________________________________________ _________________________________________________________________________________ _________________________________________________________________________________ CERTIFICATION OF THE PREQUALIFICATION STATEMENT As conditions of the prequalification form, the firm: Has read, understands and will comply with all instructions to this application; Will notify Southern Illinois University Edwardsville Purchasing Department within five business days of any material changes to the information contained in this application; Will, upon request, provide Southern Illinois University Edwardsville, with financial statements within ten business days; Will adhere to all provisions of the Illinois Procurement Code; Swears that all information provided by it, to Southern Illinois University Edwardsville, is true and complete; Will adhere to all provisions of the Drug Free Workplace Act; Agrees that if any of the above conditions are violated by the firm or if any responses are found to be materially untrue, the prequalification of the firm will be suspended and no bids will be accepted from firm; Authorized your firm’s bank, as well as surety and local broker/agent listed on Page 11 to provide any and all information regarding the firm to Southern Illinois University Edwardsville, as a condition of the firm’s prequalification; SIUe 2012 Prequalification Statement Page 18

THE BIDDING AND CONTRACT PROVISIONS SIUE Prequalification Statement

Any contract which may result from this prequalification and subsequent bidding is subject to the provision of all applicable local, Illinois and Federal laws, including the Prevailing Wage Act (Ill. Rev. Statute Chapter 48, Section 39S-1 - 12) and the Illinois Preference Act (Ill. Rev. Statute Chapt. 48, Section 2201-2207). Subcontractor(s) to the established prime contractor(s) [successful bidder(s)] shall also be subject to the above referenced laws and acts. NOTE: The University reserves the right to use the above form (or variations thereof) for prequalification of subcontractors. This form must be signed by firm’s President, Vice-President or CEO (if corporation or limited liability company), Partner (if partnership) or Sole Owner (if sole proprietorship). Under penalties of perjury, and the applicable statutes of the State of Illinois, I hereby swear, warrant and represent that the questions of this form have been personally answered by me, that said answers are true and correct to the best of my knowledge, and that I have authority to execute this document on behalf of this firm.

Signed:

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Printed Name: _____________________________________________ Title:

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Date:

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SUBSCRIBED AND SWORN BEFORE ME THIS ____________ DAY OF ___________, 20_________ ________________________________________________ Notary public My Commission expires: ____________________________

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THE BIDDING AND CONTRACT PROVISIONS SIUE Prequalification Statement The SIUE Prequalification Statement for the period January 1, 2012 through December 31, 2012 consists of the following information: Prequalification Statement – 20 pages Submitting Contractor’s Substance Abuse Police – as referenced on page 4 Compliance of submitting proof of participation in apprenticeship and training programs that are both approved by and registered with the US Department of Labor’s Bureau of Apprenticeship and Training – as referenced on page 9 Completion of page 11 by bonding company Completion of page 12 by insurance company Signature on page 19 Form Notarized Submission of the following: Contract Certifications and Conflict (no transaction number required) Disclosures and Conflicts of Interests Disclosure of Business in Iran Proof of Registration with the Illinois State Board of Elections Proof of Vendors Legal Authorization to do business in the State of Illinois (Certificate of Good Standing) - http://www.ilsos.gov/corporatellc/ Substance Abuse Policy – Page 4 References – Page 10 Proof of certification with CMS as minority, female and/or disabled firm – Page 2 and/or veteran-owned and/or small business – Page 3

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Disclosure of Business in Iran You must respond to the following request for information. Failure to respond will disqualify your firm from consideration in this solicitation. Does the following information apply to your firm? You must affix your signature below indicating whether the information does or does not apply to your firm. Within the 24 months before submission of the bid, offer, or proposal the bidder, offeror, or proposing entity, or any of its corporate parents or subsidiaries, has had business operations that involved contracts with or provision of supplies or services to (a) the Government of Iran; (b) companies in which the Government of Iran has any direct or indirect equity share; (c) consortiums or projects commissioned by the Government of Iran; or (d) companies involved in consortiums or projects commissioned by the Government of Iran;

AND (1) more than 10% of the company's revenues produced in, or assets located in, Iran involve oil-related activities or mineral-extraction activities; less than 75% of the company's revenues produced in, or assets located in, Iran involve contracts with or provision of oil-related or mineral-extraction products or services to the Government of Iran or a project or consortium created exclusively by that government; and the company has failed to take substantial action; OR (2) the company has, on or after August 5, 1996, made an investment of $20 million or more, or any combination of investments of at least $10 million each that in the aggregate equals or exceeds $20 million in any 12-month period, that directly or significantly contributes to the enhancement of Iran's ability to develop petroleum resources of Iran.

NO, the above information does NOT apply to our firm.

____________________________ Signature YES, the above information DOES apply to our firm. We understand that the University is required to notify the State Comptroller of this disclosure.

_______________________________ Signature

NEW STATE OF ILLINOIS REQUIREMENT PLEASE READ CAREFULLY BEFORE RESPONDING State Board of Elections Certification Required by Public Act 95-971 INSTRUCTIONS: Any firm or individual who wishes to submit a bid or proposal in response to this solicitation must make the certification below. If you do not make the certification below (and attach a copy of the certificate of registration from the State Board of Elections, if required), your bid or proposal cannot, by law, be accepted by the University. Note: If you do $50,000 worth of business annually with the State of Illinois, including the state universities, you are required to register with the State Board of Elections and obtain from them a certificate confirming your registration. Responses to Invitations to Bid, Requests for Proposals, Requests for Information, and all other types of procurement solicitations are included in the calculation of this $50,000 annual amount, whether you receive a resulting award or not. If you do less than $50,000 worth of business annually, you may be exempt from the registration requirement. Please refer to Public Act 95-971, which is available at

http://www.ilga.gov/legislation/publicacts/fulltext.asp?Name=095-0971&GA=095, and the State Board of Elections website (www.elections.il.gov) for more specific information on whether you are required to register or not. Information on how to submit copies of the registration certificate to the Chief Procurement Officer for Higher Education is available at the Illinois Public Higher Education Procurement Bulletin website (http://www.procure.stateuniv.state.il.us ). CERTIFICATION:

You must check the box that applies to you: The bidder/proposer certifies that:

1. □

it is not required to register as a business entity with the State Board of Elections pursuant to Section 20-160 of the Procurement Code;

or

2. □

(a) it has registered as a business entity with the State Board of Elections pursuant to Section 20-160 of the Procurement Code; (b) it has provided a copy of its Certificate of Registration with its response to this solicitation; (c) it has submitted a copy of its Certificate of Registration to the Chief Procurement Officer for Higher Education; and (d) it acknowledges a continuing duty to update its registration.

The bidder/proposer also acknowledges that any contracts entered into with bidder/proposer are voidable by the University if bidder/proposer fails to comply with the requirements of Section 20160 of the Procurement Code.

∗∗ Reminder ∗∗ _____Unless you are currently exempt from registering under Box #1 above, you are required to provide a copy of your certificate of registration with your bid or proposal. Before submitting your bid or proposal, check here to confirm that a copy of your certificate of registration is attached.

CONTRACT CERTIFICATIONS AND CONFLICTS TRANSACTION #: By executing this Contract Vendor makes the following certifications and acknowledges that this Contract may be declared void if any certification is false: 1.

Equal Employment Opportunity. The Vendor agrees to comply with applicable provisions of the Illinois Human Rights Act (775 ILCS 5), the U.S. Civil Rights Act, the Americans with Disabilities Act, Section 504 of the U.S. Rehabilitation Act, and the rules applicable to each. The equal opportunity clause of Section 2-105 of the Illinois Human Rights Act is incorporated herein. The Vendor shall comply with Executive Order 11246, entitled "Equal Employment Opportunity", as amended by Executive Order 11375, and as supplemented by U.S. Department of Labor regulations (41 C.F.R. Chapter 60). The Vendor agrees to incorporate this clause into all subcontracts under this Contract.

2.

Educational Loan Default; Debt Delinquency. If the Vendor is an individual, he/she is not in default on an educational loan funded by the State of Illinois (5 ILCS 385/3). Neither Vendor nor any affiliate is delinquent in the payment of any debt to the State of Illinois as defined by the Debt Collection Board (30 ILCS 500/50-11).

3.

Criminal Convictions. Vendor has not been barred from contracting as a result of conviction of any of the following crimes: bid-rigging or bid rotating under 720 ILCS 5/33E or a similar law of another state; bribery or attempted bribery of an officer or employee of the State of Illinois or any other state (30 ILCS 500/50-5(a)); felony committed by any officer, director, partner or other managerial agent of Vendor under the Sarbanes-Oxley Act of 2002 or a Class 3 or Class 2 felony under the Illinois Securities Law of 1953 where conviction occurred within 5 years of date of Contract (30 ILCS 500/50-10.5); any other felony where sentence was completed less than 5 years prior to date of Contract (30 ILCS 500/50-10).

4.

Inducement to Refrain from Bidding. Vendor has not paid any money or valuable thing to induce any person to refrain from bidding on a State contract, nor has Vendor accepted any money or other valuable thing, or acted upon the promise of same, for not bidding on a State contract (30 ILCS 500/50-25).

5.

Employment of Former State Officers or Employees. Vendor is not in violation of the “Revolving Door” prohibitions of the Illinois Procurement Code (30 ILCS 500/50-30) and the State Officials and Employees Ethics Act (5 ILCS 430/5-45).

6.

Membership in Discriminatory Clubs. Vendor does not pay dues to, or reimburse or subsidize payments by its employees for any dues or fees to any “discriminatory club” (775 ILCS 25/2).

7.

Certain Service Contracts (does NOT apply to contracts for professional or artistic services). If this is a service contract as defined in 30 ILCS 500/25-80, Vendor (i) will offer to assume the collective bargaining obligations of the prior employer, including any existing collective bargaining agreement with the bargaining representative of any existing collective bargaining unit or units performing substantially similar work to the services covered by the Contract, and (ii) shall offer employment to all employees currently employed in any existing bargaining unit performing substantially similar work that will be performed under this Contract. This certification does not apply to heating and air-conditioning, plumbing, and electrical service contracts. If this Contract includes janitorial, window cleaning, building and grounds, site technical, natural resource, security, or food services amounting to $2,000 or more (or $200 or more per month), Vendor shall pay its employees who are to provide the services the prevailing wage rate and provide working conditions no less favorable than those prevalent in the locality where the Contract is to be performed (30 ILCS 500/25-60).

8.

Printing Services. If this Contract includes printing services in any amount, Vendor shall pay its employees who are to provide the printing services the prevailing wage rate and provide working conditions no less favorable than those prevalent in the locality where the Contract is to be performed (30 ILCS 500/25-60). Unless otherwise indicated in the Contract documentation, any printing services provided shall be made using soybean oil-based ink (30 ILCS 500/45-15).

9.

Prohibited Sources of Labor. No foreign made equipment, materials, or supplies to be furnished to the University under the Contract have been produced in whole or in part by forced labor, convict labor, or indentured labor under penal sanction (30 ILCS 583/10) or by the labor of any child under the age of 12 (30 ILCS 584/10).

10. International Boycott (applies to contracts which exceed $10,000). Neither Vendor nor any affiliate is participating in or shall participate in an international boycott in violation of the provisions of the U.S. Export Administration Act of 1979 or the applicable regulations of the U.S. Department of Commerce (30 ILCS 582/5). 11. Steel Products. If steel products to be used or supplied for the “construction, reconstruction, alteration, repair, improvement or maintenance” of a public work are being provided under this Contract, such steel products shall be manufactured or produced in the United States, unless the President of the University grants an exception (30 ILCS 565).

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12. Lead Poisoning Prevention Act (410 ILCS 45). If Vendor is the owner of residential buildings in Illinois, Vendor has not committed a willful or knowing violation of the Lead Poisoning Prevention Act (30 ILCS 500/50-14.5). 13. Collection of Illinois Use Tax. Neither Vendor nor any affiliate has failed to collect and remit Illinois Use Tax on all sales of tangible personal property into the State of Illinois (30 ILCS 500/50-12). 14. EPA Violation. Vendor has not been found by a court or the Illinois Pollution Control Board to have committed a willful or knowing violation of the Illinois Environmental Protection Act within 5 years of date of Contract (30 ILCS 500/50-14). 15. Drug Free Workplace (applies to contracts which exceed $5,000). If Vendor employs 25 or more employees, Vendor will provide a drug free workplace in accordance with the requirements of the Illinois Drug-Free Workplace Act; if Vendor is an individual, Vendor will not engage in the unlawful manufacture, distribution, dispensation, possession or use of a controlled substance during the performance of the Contract (30 ILCS 580). 16. State Board of Elections Registration. Vendor is either (1) not required to register as a business entity with the State Board of Elections pursuant to Section 20-160 of the Procurement Code; or (2) has registered as a business entity with the State Board of Elections and acknowledges a continuing duty to update the registration (30 ILCS 500/20-160). 17. Legal Entity Authorized to Do Business in Illinois (does not apply to Vendors who are sole proprietors). Vendor is an existing legal entity authorized to do business in Illinois (30 ILCS 500/20-43). 18. Conflict of Interest. Vendor is under no legal prohibition on contracting with the State of Illinois and has no known conflicts of interest. In addition, Vendor has disclosed, if required, on forms provided by the University, and agrees it is under a continuing obligation to disclose to the University, financial or other interests (public or private, direct or indirect) that may be a potential conflict of interest or that would prohibit Vendor from having or continuing the Contract. 19. Taxpayer ID. The Federal Tax Payer Identification Number (FEIN) and legal status information provided by Vendor to the University in University’s vendor registration process is true and correct. 20. Audits. As required by 30 ILCS 500/20-65, Vendor (and any subcontractors) agrees to maintain books and records related to the performance of the Contract and necessary to support amounts charged to the University under the Contract for a minimum of three (3) years from the last action on the Contract. Vendor further agrees to cooperate fully with any audit and to make the books and records available to the Auditor General, the Chief Procurement Officer, or the University. If the Contract is federally funded, the books and records shall also be made available to the Comptroller General of the U.S. and the funding agency Inspector General. 21. Medicare/Medicaid and Other Federal Debarments. Neither Vendor nor any of its employees or subcontractors who may provide services pursuant to this Contract is currently subject of an investigation or proceeding to exclude it as a provider under Medicare or Medicaid or under any other federal or state health care program or under any third party insurance program, nor is it currently excluded or debarred from submitting claims to Medicare or Medicaid or to any other federal or state health care program or to any third party insurer. Vendor represents and warrants it has checked the U.S. General Service Administration’s (GSA) Excluded Party Listing System (EPLS), which lists parties excluded from federal procurement and non-procurement programs. The EPLS website includes GSA/EPLS, the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services (HHS) Office of Inspector General’s (OIG) List of Excluded Individuals/Entities (LEIE), and the Department of Treasury’s (Treasury) Specially Designated Nationals (SDN) list. Vendor further represents and warrants it has checked the Illinois Department of Public Aid (IDPA) OIG Provider Sanctions list of individuals and entities excluded from state procurement with respect to Vendor’s employees and agents. See the following websites: http://epls.arnet.gov and http://www.state.il.us/agency/oig/search.asp. University will terminate Contract without penalty to University if Vendor becomes excluded during the life of this Contract. 22. Medical Goods and Services. If medical goods and services are to be provided to the University under this Contract, such goods and services will be provided in accordance with all applicable legal requirements, including the laws at issue under the Public Law No. 109-171 - Deficit Reduction Act of 2005 (DRA) with respect to the establishment and dissemination of written policies for detecting and preventing waste, fraud and abuse as addressed in the University policies and code of conduct. 23. IITAA Compliance (applies only to information technology contracts). Vendor acknowledges that all information technology, including electronic information, software, systems and equipment, developed or provided under this Contract must be accessible to individuals with disabilities to the greatest extent possible, in accordance with the Illinois Information Technology Accessibility Act Standards published at www.dhs.state.il.us/iitaa (30 ILCS 587). 24. This applies to chartered bus contracts and is otherwise not applicable. The Contractor certifies that it is in compliance with the Illinois Vehicle Code and that Contractor and all drivers of vehicles that will be provided under this contract are in compliance with the Uniform Commercial Driver’s License Act, 625 ILCS 5/6-500.

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Business Enterprise Program for Minorities, Females and Persons With Disabilities: In order to promote the development and use of minority-owned businesses or services, Southern Illinois University, as an Illinois public university, is required to participate in the State of Illinois’ Business Enterprise Program (BEP) for minorities, females, and persons with disabilities by Public Act 88-597 (30 ILCS 575/0.01, et seq.). This Act requires that each State of Illinois public university annually report its utilization of businesses owned by minorities, females and persons with disabilities. The completion of this section will play an important role in our University’s goal to obtain goods and services from qualifying individuals or businesses. PLEASE SELECT THE APPROPRIATE BOXES: If an individual: ____ Female _____ Male If a company: ____ Female Owned (must own 51% or more) ____ Not Applicable Select appropriate category: ____ African American ____ Alaskan American ____ Asian American ____ Caucasian ____ Hispanic ____ Native American ____ Decline to Answer If disabled, please check: ____ Person with Disability

All subcontracts of $25,000 or more issued by Vendor under this Contract must include these Certifications, and, if applicable, the Financial Disclosures and Conflicts of Interest Form. If this is a multi-year contract, including the initial term and all optional renewals, Vendor and all subcontractors shall reconfirm compliance with the above certifications by July 1 of each year that this Contract remains in effect.

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Vendor Legal Authorization  Vendor/Bidders may qualify to submit bids or proposals to state universities of Illinois only if  they are a legal entity authorized to do business in Illinois prior to submitting the bid, offer  or proposal.  This applies to both in‐state and out‐of‐state firms.    A Vendor/Bidder must be:  • a legal entity  • registered to conduct business in Illinois  • in good standing with the Illinois Secretary of State    Vendors/Bidders must submit a true and correct copy substantiating legal registration (30  ILCS 500/1.15.80), according to the guidelines that follow. Specific information can be  obtained from the Illinois Secretary of State.      Note:  Failure  to  provide  the  Certificate  in  Good  Standing  (or  other  qualifications  noted  below)  with  your  bid  or  proposal  will  result  in  your  bid  or  proposal  being  considered  as  non‐responsive.     

In‐State Firms  Corporations (Corp); Limited Liability Companies (LLC); Limited Partnerships (LP); Limited  Liability Limited Partnerships (LLLP) ‐ Vendor‐provided copy of Certificate of Good Standing  from www.cyberdriveillinois.com.    General Partnerships ‐ Vendor‐provided copy of assumed name certificate from their home  county if available.  If not available, vendor‐provided copy of other evidence of legal  existence of partnership, such as partnership FTIN.    Sole Proprietorships ‐ If the firm’s name is the same as the sole proprietor’s name, nothing  is required.  If the firm’s name is not the same as the sole proprietor’s name, the  vendor/bidder is required to submit an assumed name certificate from their home county.     

Out‐of‐State Firms  All Out‐of‐State Firms ‐ Documentation obtained from the Secretary of State showing  vendor/bidder is eligible to conduct business in the State of Illinois.      A foreign vendor is defined as any vendor who has not incorporated within the State of Illinois. A Guide For Qualifying Foreign Corporations , published by the Secretary of State, will answer your questions on how to qualify your Corporation/LLC to do business in Illinois.  

PROJECT LABOR AGREEMENT As adopted on November 10, 2004 by the Southwestern Illinois Building & Construction Trades Council Board of Business Agents This Agreement is entered into this

day of , 2012 by and between and the Southwestern Illinois Building Trades Council (SIBTC) for and on behalf of its affiliates which sign a “Union Letter of Assent” (Signatory Union Affiliates) for this Project Labor Agreement, hereinafter referred to as the "Union.” This Agreement shall apply to work performed by the Employer and its Contractors and Subcontractors on Construction known as to perform demolition work and to fabricate and install piping systems in the National Corn-to-Ethanol Research Center located on the Edwardsville campus of Southern Illinois University Edwardsville.

ARTICLE I - INTENT AND PURPOSES 1.1 This Project Agreement shall apply and is limited to the recognized and accepted historical definition of new construction work under the direction of and performed by the Contractor(s), of whatever tier, which may include the Project Contractor, who have contracts awarded for such work on the Project. Such work shall include site preparation work and dedicated off-site work. The Project is defined as: Perform demolition work and to fabricate and install piping systems in the National Corn-to-Ethanol Research Center located on the Edwardsville campus of Southern Illinois University Edwardsville. 1.2 It is agreed that the Project Contractor shall require all Contractors of whatever tier who have been awarded contracts for work covered by this Agreement, to accept and be bound by the terms and conditions of this Project Agreement by executing the Letter of Assent (Attachment A) prior to commencing work. The Project Contractor shall assure compliance with this Agreement by the Contractors. It is further agreed that the terms and conditions of this Project Agreement shall supersede and override terms and conditions of any and all other national, area, or local collective bargaining agreements, (including all vertical agreements), except for all work performed under the NTL Articles of Agreement, the National Stack/Chimney Agreement, the National Cooling Tower Agreement, and the National Agreement of the International Union of Elevator Constructors. 1.3 The Contractor agrees to be bound by the terms of the Collective Bargaining Agreements and amendments thereto of the Signatory Union Affiliates and the applicable employers association, if any, with the Signatory Union Affiliates with which it has a present bargaining relationship. If there has previously been no such bargaining relationship, the contractor or subcontractor shall sign and be bound to all such agreements with Signatory Union Affiliates as outlined in the scope of work in the required pre-job conference. Such agreements are incorporated herein by reference. In order to comply with the requirements of the various fringe benefit funds to which the Contractor is to contribute, the Contractor shall sign such participation agreements as are necessary and will honor the fringe benefit collection procedures as required by the Collective Bargaining Agreement with the Signatory Union Affiliate.

1.4 The Contractor and the Union agree that should the Collective Bargaining Agreement (CBA) of any Signatory Union Affiliate expire prior to the completion of this project, the expired contracts' terms will be maintained until a new CBA is ratified. The wages, and fringe benefits SIBTC PROJECT LABOR AGREEMENT (Adopted 11/10/2004)

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included in any new CBA will be effective on the effective date of the newly negotiated CBA unless wage and fringe benefit retroactivity is agreed upon by the bargaining parties. 1.5 Nothing contained herein shall be construed to prohibit, restrict or interfere with the performance of any other operation work, or function which may occur at the Project site or be associated with the development of the Project. 1.6 This Agreement shall only be binding on the signatory parties hereto and shall not apply to their parents, affiliates, subsidiaries, or Non-Signatory Union Affiliates. 1.7 The Owner and/or the Project Contractor have the absolute right to select any qualified bidder for the award of contracts on this Project without reference to the existence or nonexistence of any agreements between such bidder and any party to this Agreement; provided, however, only that such bidder is willing, ready and able to become a party to and comply with this Project Agreement, should it be designated the successful bidder. 1.8 Items specifically excluded from the scope of this Agreement include but are not limited to the following: [list all items to be excluded]. 1.9 The provisions of this Project Agreement shall not apply to SIUE (Owner), and nothing contained herein shall be construed to prohibit or restrict SIUE (Owner) or its employees from performing work not covered by this Project Agreement on the Project site. As areas and systems of the Project are inspected and construction tested by the Project Contractor or Contractors and accepted by the Owner, the Project Agreement will not have further force or effect on such items or areas, except when the Project Contractor or Contractors are directed by the Owner to engage in repairs, modifications, check-out, and warranty functions required by its contract with the Owner during the term of this Agreement. 1.10 It is understood that the Owner, at its sole option, may terminate, delay and/or suspend any or all portions of the Project at any time. 1.11 It is understood that the liability of any employer and the liability of a Signatory Union Affiliate and the SIBTC under this Agreement shall be several and not joint. Provided that the SIBTC or a Signatory Union Affiliate comply with their own obligations under this Agreement, the SIBTC and non-breaching Signatory Union Affiliates will not be liable for a breach of this Agreement by a breaching Signatory Union Affiliate or any action taken by a Non-Signatory Union Affiliate. The Union agrees that this Agreement does not have the effect of creating any joint employer status between or among the Owner, Contractor(s) or any employer. 1.12 Each affiliate union of the SIBTC representing employees engaged in construction work covered by this Agreement shall be requested to sign the “Union Letter of Assent”, in the form attached hereto; provided, that the failure of any affiliate union to sign such Union Letter of Assent prior to commencement of construction work shall not diminish the applicability of this Agreement to the SIBTC and the union affiliates which have signed a Union Letter of Assent. Affiliates unions that have signed the Union Letter of Assent will be referred to as “Signatory Union Affiliates” and affiliate unions that have not signed the Union Letter of Assent will be referred to as “Non-Signatory Union Affiliates.”

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2.1 The Contractor recognizes the SIBTC and the Signatory Union Affiliates as the sole and exclusive bargaining representatives for its craft employees employed on the job site. Signatory Union Affiliates will have recognition on the project for their craft.

ARTICLE III - ADMINISTRATION OF AGREEMENT 3.1 In order to assure that all parties have a clear understanding of the Agreement, to promote harmony and address potential problems, a pre-job conference will be held with the Contractor, SIBTC Representatives and all signatory parties prior to the start of any work on the project. 3.2 Representatives of the Contractor and the Union shall meet as required but not less than once a month to review the operation of this Agreement. The representatives at this meeting shall be empowered to resolve any dispute over the intent and application of the Agreement. 3.3 The Contractor shall make available in writing to the Union no less than one week prior to these meetings a job status report, planned activities for the next 30 day period, actual numbers of craft employees on the project and estimated numbers of employees by craft required for the next 30 day period. The purpose of this report is to allow time to address any potential jurisdictional problems and to ensure that no party signatory to the Agreement is hindering the continuous progress of the project through a lack of planning or shortage of manpower.

ARTICLE IV - HOURS OF WORK OVERTIME SHIFTS & HOLIDAYS 4.1 The standard work day shall be an established consecutive eight (8) hour period between the hours of 7:00 a.m. and 5:00 p.m. with one-half hour designated as unpaid period for lunch. The standard work week shall be five (5) consecutive days of work commencing on Monday. Starting time which is to be established at the pre-job conference will be applicable to all craft employees on the project. Should job conditions dictate a change in the established starting time and/or a staggered lunch period on certain work of the project or with individual crafts, the Contractor, Business Managers of the Signatory Union Affiliates involved and the SIBTC shall mutually agree to such changes. If work schedule change cannot be mutually agreed to between these parties, the hours fixed in the Agreement shall prevail. 4.2 All time before and after the established work day of eight (8) hours, Monday through Friday and all time on Saturday shall be paid in accordance with each crafts current collective bargaining agreement. All time on Sundays and Holidays shall be paid for at the rate of double time. (a) Fringe benefit payments for all overtime work shall be paid in accordance with each Signatory Union Affiliate s current Collective Bargaining Agreement. 4.3 Shift work, if used, shall be as provided in the collective bargaining agreement of each affected Signatory Union Affiliate. 4.4 Recognized Holidays shall be as follows: New Year's Day, Memorial Day, Fourth of July, Labor Day, Veterans Day (to be celebrated on November 11), Thanksgiving Day and Christmas Day. No work will be performed on Labor Day under any consideration, except in an extreme emergency and then only after consent is given by the Business Manager of the Signatory Union Affiliates. SIBTC PROJECT LABOR AGREEMENT (Adopted 11/10/2004)

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ARTICLE V - ABSENTEEISM 5.1 The Contractor and the Union agree that chronic and/or unexcused absenteeism is undesirable and must be controlled. Employees that develop a record of such absenteeism shall be identified by the Contractor to the appropriate referral facility and the Contractor shall support such action with the work record of the involved employee. Any employee terminated for such absenteeism shall not be eligible for rehire on the project for a period of no less than ninety (90) days.

ARTICLE VI-MANAGEMENT RIGHTS 6.1 The Contractor retains and shall exercise full and exclusive authority and responsibility for the management of its operations, except as expressly limited by the terms of this Agreement and the collective bargaining agreements of the Signatory Union Affiliates.

ARTICLE VII - GENERAL WORKING CONDITIONS 7.1 Employment begins and ends at the project site, to be determined at the Pre-Job Conference. 7.2 Employees shall be at their place of work at the starting time and shall remain at their place of work until quitting time. The parties reaffirm their policy of a fair day’s work for a fair day’s pay. 7.3 The Contractor may utilize brassing, or other systems to check employees in and out. Should such procedures be required, the techniques and rules regarding such procedures shall be established by mutual consent of the parties at the pre-job conference. 7.4 There shall be no limit on production by workmen nor restrictions on the full use of tools or equipment. Craftsmen using tools shall perform any work of their trade and shall work under the direction of the craft foreman. There shall be no restrictions on efficient use of manpower other than as may be required by safety regulations. 7.5 Crew Foreman shall be utilized as per the existing collective bargaining agreements. The Contractor agrees to allow crew foremen ample time to direct and supervise their crew. The Union agrees there will be no restrictions placed on crew foreman's ability to handle tools and materials. 7.6 The Contractor may utilize the most efficient methods or techniques of construction, tools or other labor saving devices to accomplish the work. Practices not a part of the terms and conditions of this Agreement will not be recognized. 7.7 Should overtime work be required, the Contractor will have the right to assign specific employees and/or crews to perform such overtime work as is necessary to accomplish the work. 7.8 The Contractor may establish such reasonable project rules as the Contractor deems appropriate. These rules will be reviewed and established at the pre-job conference and posted at the project site by the Contractor. SIBTC PROJECT LABOR AGREEMENT (Adopted 11/10/2004)

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7.9 It is recognized that specialized or unusual equipment may be installed on the project and in such cases, the Union recognizes the right of the Contractor to involve the equipment supplier or vendor's personnel in supervising the setting of the equipment, making modifications and final alignment which may be necessary prior to and during the start-up procedure, in order to protect factory warranties. 7.10 In order to promote a harmonious relationship between the equipment or vendor's personnel and the Building Trades craftsmen, a meeting shall be held between the Contractor and the Unions prior to any involvement on the project by these personnel. The Contractor will inform the Union of the nature of involvement by these personnel and the numbers of personnel to be involved, allowing ample time for the Union representatives to inform their stewards prior to the start of any work.

ARTICLE VIII - SAFETY 8.1 The employees covered the terms of this Agreement shall at all times while in the employ of the Contractor be bound by the safety rules and regulations as established by the Contractor in accordance with the Construction Safety Act and OSHA. a. These rules and regulations will be published and posted at conspicuous places throughout the project. 8.2 In accordance with the requirements of OSHA, it shall be the exclusive responsibility of each Contractor on a jobsite to which this Agreement applies, to assure safe working conditions for its employees and compliance by them with any safety rules contained herein or established by the Contractor. Nothing in this Agreement will make the SIBTC or any of its affiliates liable to any employees or to other persons in the event that injury or accident occurs.

ARTICLE IX - SUBCONTRACTlNG 9.1 The Project Contractor agrees that neither it nor any of its contractors or subcontractors will subcontract any work to be done on the Project except to a person, firm or corporation who is or agrees to become party to this Agreement. Any contractor or subcontractor working on the Project shall, as a condition to working on said Project, become signatory to and perform all work under the terms of this Agreement.

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ARTICLE X - UNION REPRESENTATION 10.1 Authorized representatives of the SIBTC and its Signatory Union Affiliates shall have access to the project provided they do not interfere with the work of the employees and further provided that such representatives fully comply with the visitor and security rules established for the project. 10.2 Each Signatory Union Affiliate shall have the right to designate a working journeyman as a steward. Such designated steward shall be a qualified worker performing the work of that craft and shall not exercise any supervisory functions. Each steward shall be concerned with the employees of the steward's employer and not with the employees of any other employer. 10.3 The working steward will be paid at the applicable wage rate for the job classification in which he is employed. 10.4 The working steward shall not be discriminated against because of his activities in performing his duties as steward, and except as otherwise provided in local agreements, shall be the last employee in his craft to be laid off in any reduction in force. Stewards will be subject to discharge to the same extent that other employees are only after notification to the Union Representative. The Contractor will permit stewards sufficient time to perform the duties inherent to a steward's responsibilities. Stewards will be offered available overtime work if qualified.

ARTICLE XI - DISPUTES AND GRIEVANCES 11.1 This Agreement is intended to provide close cooperation between management and labor. Each of the Signatory Union Affiliates will assign a representative to this Project for the purpose of completing the construction of the Project economically, efficiently, continuously, and without interruptions, delays, or work stoppages. 11.2 The Contractors, Union, and the employees, collectively and individually, realize the importance to all parties to maintain continuous and uninterrupted performance of the work of the Project, and agree to resolve disputes in accordance with the grievance arbitration provisions set forth in this Article. 11.3 Any question or dispute arising out of and during the term of this Project Agreement (other than trade jurisdictional disputes) shall be considered a grievance and subject to resolution under the following procedures: Step 1. (a) When any employee subject to the provisions of this Agreement feels he or she is aggrieved by a violation of this Agreement, he or she, through his or her local union business representative or job steward, shall, within five (5) working days after the occurrence of the violation, give notice to the work-site representative of the involved Contractor stating the provision(s) alleged to have been violated. The business representative of the local union or the job steward and the work-site representative of the involved Contractor and the Project Contractor shall meet and endeavor to adjust the matter within three (3) working days after timely notice has been given. The representative of the Contractor shall keep the meeting minutes and shall respond to the Union representative in writing (copying the Project Contractor) at the conclusion of the meeting but not later than twenty-four (24) hours thereafter. If they fail to resolve the matter within the prescribed period, the grieving party may, within forty-eight (48) hours thereafter, pursue Step 2 of the SIBTC PROJECT LABOR AGREEMENT (Adopted 11/10/2004)

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Grievance Procedure, provided the grievance is reduced to writing, setting forth the relevant information concerning the alleged grievance, including a short description thereof, the date on which the grievance occurred, and the provision(s) of the Agreement alleged to have been violated. (b) Should the Local Union(s) or the Project Contractor or any Contractor have a dispute with the other party and, if after conferring, a settlement is not reached within three (3) working days, the dispute may be reduced to writing and proceed to Step 2 in the same manner as outlined herein for the adjustment of an employee complaint. Step 2. The International Union Representative and the involved Contractor shall meet within seven (7) working days of the referral of a dispute to this second step to arrive at a satisfactory settlement thereof. Meeting minutes shall be kept by the Contractor. If the parties fail to reach an agreement, the dispute may be appealed in writing in accordance with the provisions of Step 3 within seven (7) calendar days thereafter. Step 3. (a) lf the grievance has been submitted but not adjusted under Step 2, either party may request in writing, within seven (7) calendar days thereafter, that the grievance be submitted to an Arbitrator mutually agreed upon by them. The Contractor and the involved Union shall attempt mutually to select an arbitrator, but if they are unable to do so, they shall request the American Arbitration Association to provide them with a list of arbitrators from which the Arbitrator shall be selected. The rules of the American Arbitration Association shall govern the conduct of the arbitration hearing. The decision of the Arbitrator shall be formal and binding on all parties. The fee and expenses of such Arbitration shall be borne equally by the Contractor and the involved Local Union(s). (b) Failure of the grieving party to adhere to the time limits established herein shall render the grievance null and void. The time limits established herein may be extended only by written consent of the parties involved at the particular step where the extension is agreed upon. The Arbitrator shall have the authority to make decisions only on issues presented to him or her, and he or she shall not have authority to change, amend, add to or detract from any of the provisions of this Agreement. 11.4 The Project Contractor and Owner shall be notified of all action at Steps 2 and 3 and shall, upon their request, be permitted to participate in all proceedings at these steps.

ARTICLE XlI - JURISDICTIONAL DISPUTES 12.1 The assignment of work will be solely the responsibility of the Contractor performing the work involved, in accordance with applicable Collective Bargaining Agreements and past practices. To the extent that past practice is a factor in assigning work under the Project Labor Agreement, including assignments under any collective bargaining agreements to which any of the signatory contractors hereto may be a party, the practice to be applied shall be that followed within the geographical area encompassed by the Southwestern Illinois Building and Construction Trades Council. The practice followed in any other geographical area, even though a Union signatory to this Project Labor Agreement may also represent employees in that area shall not be a factor in the assignment. All jurisdictional disputes between or among Building and Construction Trades Unions and employees and the Contractor, parties to this Agreement, shall be settled and adjusted according to the present Plan established by the Building and Construction Trades Department or any other plan or method of procedure that may be adopted in the future by the Building and SIBTC PROJECT LABOR AGREEMENT (Adopted 11/10/2004)

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Construction Trades Department. Decisions rendered shall be final, binding and conclusive on the Contractor and Union parties to this Agreement. 12.2 All jurisdictional disputes shall be resolved without the occurrence of any strike, work stoppage, or slow-down of any nature and the Contractor's assignment shall be adhered to until the dispute is resolved. Individuals violating this section shall be subject to immediate discharge. 12.3 Each Contractor will conduct a pre-job conference with the appropriate Building and Construction Trades Council prior to commencing work. The Project Contractor and the Owner will be advised in advance of all such conferences and may participate if they wish.

ARTICLE XIII - WORK STOPPAGES AND LOCKOUTS 13.1 During the term of this Agreement there shall be no strikes, picketing, work stoppages, slow downs or other disruptive activity for any reason by the SIBTC, its Signatory Union Affiliates or by any employee and there shall be no lockout by the Contractor. Failure of any Signatory Union Affiliate or employee to cross any picket line established at the project site is a violation of this Article. 13.2 The SIBTC and its Signatory Union Affiliates shall not sanction, aid or abet, encourage or continue any work stoppage, picketing or other disruptive activity and will not make any attempt of any kind to dissuade others from making deliveries to or performing services for or otherwise doing business with the Contractor at the project site. Should any of these prohibited activities occur, the SIBTC and the Signatory Union Affiliates will take the necessary action to end such prohibited activities. 13.3 No employee shall engage in any activities which violate this Article. Any employee who participates in or encourages any activities which interfere with the normal operation of the project shall be subject to disciplinary action, including discharge, and if justifiably discharged for the above reasons, shall not be eligible for rehire on the same project for a period of not less than ninety (90) days. 13.4 Neither the SIBTC nor its Signatory Union Affiliates will be liable for acts of employees for whom it has no responsibility. The principal officer or officers of the SIBTC will immediately instruct order and use the best efforts of his office to cause Signatory Union Affiliates to cease any violations of this Article. The SIBTC in its compliance with this obligation shall not be liable for unauthorized acts of Signatory Union Affiliates or Non-Signatory Union Affiliates. The principal officer or officers of any involved Signatory Union Affiliate will immediately instruct, order or use the best effort of his office to cause the employees the union represents to cease any violations of this Article. A union complying with this obligation shall not be liable for unauthorized acts of employees it represents. The failure of the Contractor to exercise its right in any instance shall not be deemed a waiver of its right in any other instance. 13.5 In lieu of any action at law or equity, any party shall institute the following procedure when a breech of this Article is alleged, after all involved parties have been notified of the fact. a. The party invoking this procedure shall notify a person whom the parties agree shall be the permanent arbitrator under this procedure. In the event the permanent arbitrator is unavailable at any time, he shall appoint his alternate. Notice to the arbitrator shall

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be by the most expeditious means available, with notice by telegram or any effective written means to the party alleged to be in violation and all involved parties. b. Upon receipt of said notice the arbitrator named above shall set and hold a hearing within twenty-four (24) hours if it is contended the violation still exists but not before twenty-four (24) hours after the telegraph notice to all parties involved as required above.

c. The Arbitrator shall notify the parties by telegram or any other effective written means, of the place and time he has chosen for this hearing. Said hearing shall be completed in one session. A failure of any party or parties to attend said hearing shall not delay the hearing of evidence or issuance of an Award by the Arbitrator. d. The sole issue at the hearing shall be whether or not a violation of this Article has in fact occurred. The Award shall be issued in writing within three (3) hours after the close of the hearing, and may be issued without an Opinion. If any party desires an Opinion, one shall be issued within fifteen (15) days, but its issuance shall not delay compliance with, or enforcement of, the Award. The Arbitrator may order cessation of the violation of this Article, and such Award shall be served on all parties by hand or registered mail upon issuance. e. Such Award may be enforced by any court of competent jurisdiction upon the filing of the Agreement and all other relevant documents referred to herein above in the following manner. Telegraphic notice of the filing of such enforcement proceedings shall be given to the other party. In the proceeding to obtain a temporary order enforcing the Arbitrator's Award as issued under Section 13.5 of this Article, all parties waive the right to a hearing and agree that such proceedings may be exparte. Such agreement does not waive any party's right to participate in a hearing for a final order of enforcement. The Court's order or orders enforcing the Arbitrator's Award shall be served on all parties by hand or by delivery to their last known address or by registered mail. f.

Any rights created by statue or law governing arbitration proceedings inconsistent with the above procedure or which interfere with compliance therewith are hereby waived by parties to whom they accrue.

g. The fees and expenses of the Arbitrator shall be borne by the party or parties found in violation, or in the event no violation is found, such fees and expenses shall be borne by the moving party.

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h. If the Arbitrator determines in accordance with Section 13.5 that the SIBTC or a Signatory Union Affiliate has violated Article XIII, the SIBTC or the Signatory Union Affiliate shall, within eight (8) hours of receipt of this Award, direct all employees they represent at the project to immediately return to work. If the employees do not return to work at the beginning of the next regularly scheduled shift following receipt of the Arbitrator’s Award, and the SIBTC or Signatory Union Affiliate have not complied with Section 13.4 above, then the SIBTC or the Signatory Union Affiliate which has not complied with Section 13.4 shall pay the sum of ten thousand dollars ($10,000) as liquidated damages to the affected owner, and shall pay an additional ten thousand dollars ($10,000) per shift for each shift thereafter on which the employees have not returned to work. The Arbitrator shall retain jurisdiction to determine compliance with this Section and Section 13.4, and to assess liquidated damages.

ARTICLE XIV - GENERAL SAVINGS CLAUSE 14.1 If any Article or provision of this Agreement shall be declared invalid, inoperative or unenforceable by operation of law or by any of the above mentioned tribunals of competent jurisdiction, the remainder of this Agreement or the application of such Article or provision to persons or circumstances other than those as to which it has been held invalid, inoperative or unenforceable shall not be affected thereby.

ARTICLE XV - TERM OF AGREEMENT 15.1 This Agreement shall be in full force as of and from the date of the Notice of Award to the Final Acceptance of all applicable contractors. IN WITNESS WHEREOF, the respective duly authorized representatives of the parties hereto have executed this Agreement on the date set forth opposite their respective signatures.

Date: ________________________

______________________________ (Contractor Representative) ______________________________ (Firm’s Name) _______________________________ (Firm’s Address) ______________________________ (Firm’s Telephone/Contact Number)

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________________________________ Dale Stewart, Exec. Sec.-Treas. Southwestern Illinois Building & Construction Trades Council 2A Meadow Heights Professional Park Collinsville, IL 62234 10

ATTACHMENT A CONTRACTOR LETTER OF ASSENT All contractors of whatever tier (except those construction contractors who have directly signed the Agreement) shall execute the following Letter of Assent prior to commencing work:

(Contractor Letterhead) (Name of Owner) Office of Owner Representative Attn: RE: RFQ 8895: Perform demolition work and to fabricate and install piping systems in the National Corn-to-Ethanol Research Center located on the Edwardsville campus of Southern Illinois University Edwardsville

Dear Sir: Pursuant to Article I, Section 1.2, of the above reference Agreement, the undersigned contractor hereby agrees that it will be bound by and comply with all terms and conditions of said Project Labor Agreement, and any amendments thereto. This Letter of Assent will remain in effect for the duration of the Agreement, and any extensions, after which this understanding will automatically terminate, except as provided for in Article I, Section 1.9, of the Agreement. Sincerely, (Name of Contractor of Subcontractor) By: Title:

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INSTRUCTION TO BIDDERS Award of Contract The general contract will be awarded to the lowest responsible and eligible general bidder complying with the conditions and requirements provided in these instructions, the bid forms and the other bid documents. A responsible bidder is a bidder demonstrably possessing the skill, ability and integrity necessary to faithfully perform the work called for by the contract, based upon a determination of competent workmanship and financial soundness. An eligible bidder is a bidder who is not debarred from bidding under any applicable law, and who shall certify that he is able to furnish labor that can work in harmony with all other elements of labor employed or to be employed on the project. In the interests of such harmony, the long-term supply of skilled manpower, and to provide a legally enforceable means of assuring labor stability and labor peace over the life of the project, each successful bidder and any and all levels of subcontractors, as a condition of being awarded a contract or subcontract, shall be required to enter into a Project Labor Agreement for the project known as: perform demolition work and to fabricate and install piping systems in the National Corn-to-Ethanol Research Center located on the Edwardsville campus of Southern Illinois University Edwardsville with the Southwestern Illinois Building and Construction Trades Council, AFL-CIO, and its Signatory Affiliated Local Unions for the development and construction of the Project, and will be bound by the provisions of that agreement in the same manner as any other provision of the contract.

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No minority or female workforoo hiring goals have been established for this contract. However, the bidder agrees to make a good faith effort to employ females and minorities In the various job oategories under thie contract. Failure to complete the PC-2 form may result in bid rejection.

CDB's acceptance of the Bidder's PC-2 projection-is a condition of contract award. cISB will notify the bidder if the projection is unacceptable. The bidder shall be given the opportunity to negotiate an acceptable projection with the COB. Failure to reach an acceptable workforce projection may result in rejection of the contract award. INSTRUCTIONS for

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STANDARD QUALIFICATIONS, CERTIFICATIONS, REPRESENTATIONS, & DISCLOSURES ATTACHMENT Subcontractors shall, as a material requirement and condition of this contract, be and remain in compliance with this attachment. If this is a multi-year subcontract, including the initial term and all optional renewals, subcontractor shall reconfirm compliance with this Attachment by July 1 of each year that this subcontract remains in effect. Subcontractor shall obtain from all subsequent subcontractors a statement of compliance with these provisions. Should Subcontractor or its subcontractors fail to be or remain in compliance, the subcontract may be void by operation of law or the subcontract may be voidable at the option of the state. Violation of certain provisions may also be a civil or criminal offense. If any subsection is not applicable to this subcontract it shall be ignored and may be noted as not applicable without affecting the remaining subsections. 1.

Subcontractor, its employees and subcontractors will comply with applicable provisions of the U.S. Civil Rights Act, Section 504 of the Federal Rehabilitation Act, the Americans with Disabilities Act (42 U.S.C. § 12101 et seq.) and applicable rules in performance under this subcontract.

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This applies to individuals, sole proprietorships, partnerships and LLCs, but is not otherwise applicable. Subcontractor is not in default on an educational loan (5 ILCS 385/3).

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This does not apply to contracts with the state universities. Subcontractor (if an individual, sole proprietor, or partner) has informed the director of the Agency in writing if he/she was formerly employed by that agency and has received an early retirement incentive prior to 1993 under Section 14-108.3 or 16-133.3 of the Illinois Pension Code, 40 ILCS 5/14-108.3 and 40 ILCS 5/16-133.3, and acknowledges that subcontracts made without the appropriate filing with the Auditor General are not payable from the “contractual services” or other appropriation line items. Subcontractor has not received an early retirement incentive on or after 2002 under Section 14-108.3 or 16133.3 of the Illinois Pension Code, 40 ILCS 5/14-108.3 and 40 ILCS 5/16-133.3, and acknowledges that subcontracts in violation of Section 15a of the State Finance Act are not payable from the “contractual services” or other appropriation line items (30 ILCS 105/15a).

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Subcontractor is an existing legal entity, and as applicable: has obtained an assumed name certificate from the appropriate authority, is registered to conduct business in Illinois, and is in good standing with the Illinois Secretary of State. (30 ILCS 500/1.15.80)

5.

This applies to service subcontracts and is otherwise not applicable. To the extent there was a incumbent Subcontractor providing the services covered by this subcontract and the employees of that Subcontractor that provide those services are covered by a collective bargaining agreement, Subcontractor certifies (i) that it will offer to assume the collective bargaining obligations of the prior employer, including any existing collective bargaining agreement with the bargaining representative of any existing collective bargaining unit or units performing substantially similar work to the services covered by the subcontract subject to its bid or offer; and (ii) that it shall offer employment to all employees currently employed in any existing bargaining unit performing substantially similar work that will be performed under this subcontract (30 ILCS 500/25-80).

6.

Subcontractor has not been convicted of bribing or attempting to bribe an officer or employee of the State of Illinois or any other State, nor has Subcontractor made an admission of guilt of such conduct that is a matter of record (30 ILCS 500/50-5).

7.

If Subcontractor has been convicted of a felony, at least five years have passed after the date of completion of the sentence for such felony, unless no person held responsible by a prosecutor’s office for the facts upon which the conviction was based continues to have any involvement with the business (30 ILCS 500/50-10).

8.

If Subcontractor, or any officer, director, partner, or other managerial agent of Subcontractor, has been convicted of a felony under the Sarbanes-Oxley Act of 2002, or a Class 3 or Class 2 felony under the Illinois Securities Law of 1953, at least five years have passed since the date of the conviction. Subcontractor further certifies that it is not barred from being awarded a subcontract and acknowledges that the State shall declare the subcontract void if this certification is false (30 ILCS 500/50-10.5).

9.

Subcontractor and its affiliates are not delinquent in the payment of any debt to the State (or if delinquent has entered into a deferred payment plan to pay the debt), and Subcontractor and its affiliates acknowledge the State may declare the subcontract void if this certification is false (30 ILCS 500/50-11) or if Subcontractor or an affiliate later becomes delinquent and has not entered into a deferred payment plan to pay off the debt (30 ILCS 500/50-60).

10.

Subcontractor and all affiliates shall collect and remit Illinois Use Tax on all sales of tangible personal property into the State of Illinois in accordance with provisions of the Illinois Use Tax Act (30 ILCS 500/50-12) and acknowledges that failure to comply can result in the subcontract being declared void.

11.

Subcontractor certifies that it has not committed a willful or knowing violation of the Environmental Protection Act (relating to Civil Penalties under the Environmental Protection Act) within the last five years, and is therefore not barred from being awarded a subcontract. If the State later determines that this certification was falsely made by the Subcontractor, the Subcontractor acknowledges that the State may declare the subcontract void (30 ILCS 500/50-14).

12.

Subcontractor has not paid any money or valuable thing to induce any person to refrain from bidding on a State contract, nor has Subcontractor accepted any money or other valuable thing, or acted upon the promise of same, for not bidding on a State contract (30 ILCS 500/50-25).

13.

Subcontractor is not in violation of the “Revolving Door” section of the Illinois Procurement Code (30 ILCS 500/50-30).

14.

Subcontractor certifies that it has not retained a person or entity to attempt to influence the outcome of a procurement decision for compensation contingent in whole or in part upon the decision or procurement (30 ILCS 500/50-38).

15.

Subcontractor will report to the Illinois Attorney General and the Chief Procurement Officer any suspected collusion or other anticompetitive practice among any bidders, offerors, contractors, proposers or employees of the State (30 ILCS 500/50-40, 50-45, 5050).

16.

This applies to subcontracts for public works or the maintenance thereof and is otherwise not applicable. In accordance with the Steel Products Procurement Act, steel products used or supplied in the performance of a subcontract for public works shall be manufactured or produced in the United States, unless the executive head of the procuring agency grants an exception (30 ILCS 565).

17.

Subcontractor will, pursuant to the Drug Free Workplace Act, provide a drug free workplace and Subcontractor and its employees shall not engage in the unlawful manufacture, distribution, dispensation, possession or use of a controlled substance during the performance of the subcontract. This certification applies to subcontracts of $5000 or more with individuals and to entities with 25 or more employees (30 ILCS 580).

18.

This applies to subcontracts that exceed $10,000 (30 ILCS 582) and is otherwise not applicable. Neither Subcontractor nor any substantially owned affiliate is participating or shall participate in an international boycott in violation of the U.S. Export Administration Act of 1979 or the applicable regulations of the U.S. Department of Commerce.

19.

Subcontractor has not been convicted of the offense of bid rigging or bid rotating or any similar offense of any state or of the United States (720 ILCS 5/33 E-3, E-4).

20.

Subcontractor complies with the Illinois Department of Human Rights Act and rules applicable to public contracts, including equal employment opportunity, refraining from unlawful discrimination, and having written sexual harassment policies (775 ILCS 5/2-105).

21.

Subcontractor does not pay dues to or reimburse or subsidize payments by its employees for any dues or fees to any “discriminatory club” (775 ILCS 25/2).

22.

Subcontractor complies with the State Prohibition of Goods from Forced Labor Act, and certifies that no foreign-made equipment, materials, or supplies furnished to the State under the subcontract have been or will be produced in whole or in part by forced labor, or indentured labor under penal sanction (30 ILCS 583).

23.

Subcontractor certifies that no foreign-made equipment, materials, or supplies furnished to the State under the subcontract have been produced in whole or in part by the labor or any child under the age of 12 (30 ILCS 584).

24.

Subcontractor certifies that it is not in violation of Section 50-14.5 of the Illinois Procurement Code (30 ILCS 500/50-14.5) that states: “Owners of residential buildings who have committed a willful or knowing violation of the Lead Poisoning Prevention Act (410 ILCS 45) are prohibited from doing business with the State until the violation is mitigated”.

25.

This does not apply to contracts with the state universities. Subcontractor warrants and certifies that it and, to the best of its knowledge, its subcontractors have and will comply with Executive Order No. 1 (2007). The Order generally prohibits Subcontractors and subcontractors from hiring the then-serving Governor’s family members to lobby procurement activities of the State, or any other unit of government in Illinois including local governments if that procurement may result in a contract valued at over $25,000. This prohibition also applies to hiring for that same purpose any former State employee who had procurement authority at any time during the one-year period preceding the procurement lobbying activity.

26.

This applies to information technology subcontracts and is otherwise not applicable.” In accordance with Public Act 0950307, all information technology, including electronic information, software, systems and equipment, developed or provided under this subcontract must comply with the applicable requirements of the Illinois Information Technology Accessibility Act Standards as published at www.dhs.state.il.us/iitaa.

27.

In compliance with Section 20-65 of the Illinois Procurement Code (30 ILCS 500/20-65), Subcontractor shall maintain books and records relating to the performance of the subcontract and necessary to support amounts charged to the State under the prime contract. Books and records, including information stored in databases or other computer systems, shall be maintained by the subcontractor for a period of three years from the later of final payment under the term of the subcontract or during the three year period thereafter. Books and records required to be maintained under this section shall be available for review or audit by representatives of the State, the Auditor General, the Executive Inspector General and other governmental entities with monitoring authority, upon reasonable notice and during normal business hours. Subcontractor shall cooperate fully with any such audit and with any investigation conducted by any of these entities. Failure to maintain books and records required by this section shall establish a presumption in favor of the State for the recovery of any funds paid by the State under the prime contract for which adequate books and records are not available to support the purported disbursement. Subcontractor shall not impose a charge for audit or examination of the Subcontractor’s books and records. If federal funds are used to pay prime contract costs, the Subcontractor must retain its records for five years. Subcontractor shall take reasonable steps to insure that any of its subcontractors are in compliance with the requirements of this section.

28.

Subcontractor has disclosed if required, on forms provided by the State, and agrees it is under a continuing obligation to disclose to the State, financial or other interests (public or private, direct or indirect) that may be a potential conflict of interest or which would prohibit Subcontractor from having or continuing the subcontract. This includes, but is not limited to conflicts under the “Infrastructure Task Force Fee Prohibition” section of the State Finance Act (30 ILCS 105/8.40), Article 50 of the Illinois Procurement Code (30 ILCS 500/50), or those which may conflict in any manner with the Subcontractor’s obligation under this subcontract. Subcontractor shall not employ any person with a conflict to perform under this subcontract. If any elected or appointed State officer or employee, or the spouse or minor child of same has any ownership or financial interest in the Subcontractor or the subcontract, Subcontractor certifies it has disclosed that information to the State if required, on forms provided by the State. Subcontractor further certifies that the procuring agency has provided proof of waiver and filing with the Secretary of State and the Comptroller in accordance with applicable law and rule. A waiver is required if: a) the person intending to subcontract with the State, their spouse or child: (i) holds an elective office in Illinois; (ii) holds a seat in the Illinois General Assembly; (iii) is an officer or employee of the Capital Development Board or the Illinois Toll Highway Authority; or holds an appointed position or is employed in any of the offices or agencies of the State government and who receives compensation for such employment in excess of 60% of the salary of the Governor (currently $106,447.20). (The conflict of interest threshold of 60% of the Governor's salary set forth in Section 50-13 does not apply to elective office holders, legislators, and officers or employees of the Capital Development Board or the Illinois Toll Highway Authority.); b) the subcontract is with a firm, partnership, association or corporation in which a person referenced in a) above receives more than 7.5% of the total distributable income or an amount in excess of the salary of the Governor (currently $177,412.00). c) the subcontract is with a firm, partnership, association or corporation in which a person referenced in b) above, together with their spouse or minor child, receives more than 15% in the aggregate of the total distributable income or an amount in excess of 2 times the salary of the Governor (currently $354,824.00) from the firm, partnership, association or corporation. Subcontractor certifies it has no conflicts of interest. or Subcontractor certifies it has a potential conflict of interest. If checked, provide the following information: Name of each conflicted individual: Nature of the conflict: Name of the State agency that is associated directly or indirectly with the conflicted individual: Procuring agency has provided me with a copy of the conflicts waiver and proof of filing with SOS and Comptroller.

29.

Subcontractor certifies that it has read, understands, and is in compliance with the registration requirements of the Elections Code (10 ILCS 5/9-35) and the restrictions on making political contributions and related requirements of the Illinois Procurement Code (30 ILCS 500/20-160 and 50-37). Subcontractor will not make a contribution that will violate. These requirements are effective for the duration of the term of office of the incumbent Governor or for a period of 2 years after the end of the subcontract term, whichever is longer.

30.

In accordance with section 20-160 of the Illinois Procurement Code, Subcontractor certifies as applicable: Subcontractor is not required to register as a business entity with the State Board of Elections. or

Subcontractor has registered as a business entity with the State Board of Elections and acknowledges a continuing duty to update the registration as required by the Act. A copy of the current valid certificate of registration issued by the State Board of Elections is attached. 31.

Use of lobbyist: Subcontractor acknowledges that it is required to disclose the hiring of any person required to register pursuant to the Illinois Lobbyist Registration Act (25 ILCS 170) in connection with this subcontract. Subcontractor has not hired any person required to register pursuant to the Illinois Lobbyist Registration Act in connection with this subcontract. Or Subcontractor has hired the following persons required to register pursuant to the Illinois Lobbyist Registration Act in connection with the subcontract: Name and address of person: All costs, fees, compensation, reimbursements and other remuneration paid to said person: Subcontractor further certifies that it has not and will not, pursuant to this subcontract or otherwise, bill or otherwise cause the State of Illinois to pay for any of the lobbyist’s costs, fees, compensation, reimbursement or other remuneration.

CONFLICT OF INTEREST DISCLOSURES Instructions. Subcontractor shall disclose financial interests, potential conflicts of interest and subcontract information identified in Sections 1, 2 and 3 below as a condition of receiving an award or subcontract (30 ILCS 500/50-13 and 50-35). Failure to fully disclose shall render the subcontract, bid, proposal, subcontract, or relationship voidable by the chief procurement officer if s/he deems it in the best interest of the State of Illinois and may be cause for barring from future contracts, bids, proposals, subcontracts, or relationships with the State. There are 5 sections to this form, and each must be completed in order to submit complete information. Note: The requested disclosures are a continuing obligation and must be promptly supplemented for accuracy throughout the process and throughout the term of the subcontract if the bid or offer is successful. As required by 30 ILCS 500/50-2, Subcontractors must submit these disclosures on an annual basis. A publicly traded entity may submit its 10K disclosure in satisfaction of the disclosure requirements set forth in both Sections 1 and 2 below. HOWEVER, if a Subcontractor submits a 10K, they must still must complete Sections 3, 4 and 5 and submit the disclosure form. If the Subcontractor is a wholly owned subsidiary of a parent organization, separate disclosures must be made by the Subcontractor and the parent. For purposes of this form, a parent organization is any entity that owns 100% of the Subcontractor. This disclosure information is submitted on behalf of (show official name of Subcontractor, and if applicable, D/B/A and parent): Name of Subcontractor: D/B/A (if used): Name of any Parent Organization: Section 1: Section 50-13 Conflicts of Interest All Subcontractors must complete this section regardless of the dollar value of the subcontract or method of procurement. Even if you mark “No Conflict of Interests” you still need to complete Sections 2, 3, 4 and 5 of this form. (a) Prohibition. It is unlawful for any person holding an elective office in this State, holding a seat in the General Assembly, or appointed to or employed in any of the offices or agencies of State government and who receives compensation for such employment in excess of 60% of the salary of the Governor of the State of Illinois [$106,447.20], or who is an officer or employee of the Capital Development Board or the Illinois Toll Highway Authority, or who is the spouse or minor child of any such person to have or acquire any subcontract, or any direct pecuniary interest in any subcontract therein, whether for stationery, printing, paper, or any services, materials, or supplies, that will be wholly or partially satisfied by the payment of funds appropriated by the General Assembly of the State of Illinois or in any subcontract of the Capital Development Board or the Illinois Toll Highway Authority. (b) Interests. It is unlawful for any firm, partnership, association, or corporation, in which any person listed in subsection (a) is entitled to receive (i) more than 7 1/2% of the total distributable income or (ii) an amount in excess of the salary of the Governor ($177,412.00], to have or acquire any such subcontract or direct pecuniary interest therein.

(c) Combined interests. It is unlawful for any firm, partnership, association, or corporation, in which any person listed in subsection (a) together with his or her spouse or minor children is entitled to receive (i) more than 15%, in the aggregate, of the total distributable income or (ii) an amount in excess of 2 times the salary of the Governor [$354,824.00], to have or acquire any such subcontract or direct pecuniary interest therein. Check One: No Conflicts Of Interest Potential Conflict of Interest (If checked, name each conflicted individual, the nature of the conflict, and the name of the State agency that is associated directly or indirectly with the conflicted individual.) Section 50-35 Disclosure of Financial Interest in the Subcontractor. Subcontractors must complete subsection (a), (b) or (c) below. Please read the following subsections and complete the information requested. A.

If Subcontractor is a Publicly traded corporation subject to SEC reporting requirements i.

Subcontractor shall submit their 10K disclosure (include proxy if referenced in 10k) in satisfaction of the financial and conflict of interest disclosure requirements set forth in subsections 50-35 a and b of the Procurement Code. The SEC 20f or 40f, supplemented with the names of those owning in excess of 5% and up to the ownership percentages disclosed in those submissions, may be accepted as being substantially equivalent to 10K. Check here if submitting a 10k

ii.

, 20f

, or 40f

.

Subcontractor shall identify each subcontract, pending subcontracts, bids, proposals and other ongoing procurement relationships it has with units of State of Illinois government by showing agency name and other descriptive information such as bid number, project title, purchase order number or subcontract reference number (Attach additional pages as necessary. Show “none” if appropriate). OR

B.

If Subcontractor is a privately held corporation with more than 400 shareholders iii.

These Subcontractors may submit the information identified in 17 CFR 229.401 and list the names of any person or entity holding any ownership share in excess of 5% in satisfaction of the financial and conflict of interest disclosure requirements set forth in subsections 5035 a and b of the Illinois Procurement Code.

iv.

Subcontractor shall identify each subcontract, pending subcontracts, bids, proposals and other ongoing procurement relationships it has with units of State of Illinois government by showing agency name and other descriptive information such as bid number, project title, purchase order number or subcontract reference number (Attach additional pages as necessary. Show “none” if appropriate). OR

C.

If Subcontractor is an individual, sole proprietorship, partnership or any other not qualified to use subsections (A) or (B), complete (i) and (ii) below as appropriate. v.

For each individual having any of the following financial interests in the Subcontractor (or its parent), please mark each that apply and show the applicable name and address. Use a separate form for each individual. 1.

Do you have an ownership share of greater than 5% of the offering entity or parent entity? Yes No

2.

Do you have an ownership share of less than 5%, but which has a value greater than $106,447.20? Yes No

3.

Do you receive more than $106,447.20 of the offering entity’s or parent entity’s distributive income? (Note: Distributive income is, for these purposes, any type of distribution of profits. An annual salary is not distributive income.) Yes No

4.

Do you receive greater than 5% of the offering entity’s or parent entity’s total distributive income, but which is less than $106,447.20? Yes No

5.

If you responded yes to any of questions 1 – 4 above, please provide either the percentage* or dollar amount of your ownership or distributive share of income: _________________________________

6.

If you responded yes to any of the questions 1-4 above, please check the appropriate type of ownership/distributable income share: Sole Proprietorship

Stock

Partnership

Other (explain)

Name: Address: *For partnerships with more than 50 partners, the percentage share of ownership of each individual identified above may be shown in the following ranges (Dollar value fields must also be completed when applicable): 0.5% or less_____>0.5 to 1.0% _____>1.0 to 2.0%_____ >2.0 to 3.0 %______> 3.0 to 4.0%_____% >4.0 to 5.0%_____and in additional 1% increments as appropriate ________% vi. In relation to individuals identified in item I above, indicate whether any of the following potential conflict of interest relationships apply. If "Yes," please describe each situation (label with appropriate letter) using the space at end of this Section (attach additional pages as necessary). If no individual has been identified in c-1 above, mark not applicable (n/a) here . (a)State employment, currently or in the previous 3 years, including contractual employment of services directly with the individuals identified in Section 1 in their individual capacity unrelated to the Subcontractor's contract.

Yes

No

(b)State employment of spouse, father, mother, son, or daughter, including contractual employment for services in the previous 2 years.

Yes

No

(c) Elective status; the holding of elective office of the State of Illinois, the government of the United States, any unit of local government authorized by the Constitution of the State of Illinois or the statutes of the State of Illinois currently or in the previous 3 years.

Yes

No

(d) Relationship to anyone holding elective office currently or in the previous 2 years; spouse, father, mother, son, or daughter.

Yes

No

(e) Appointive office; the holding of any appointive government office of the State of Illinois, the United States of America, or any unit of local government authorized by the Constitution of the State of Illinois or the statutes of the State of Illinois, which office entitles the holder to compensation in excess of expenses incurred in the discharge of that office currently or in the previous 3 years.

Yes

No

(f) Relationship to anyone holding appointive office currently or in the previous 2 years; spouse, father, mother, son, or daughter.

Yes

No

(g) Employment, currently or in the previous 3 years, as or by any registered lobbyist of the State government. (h) Relationship to anyone who is or was a registered lobbyist in the previous 2 years; spouse, father, mother, son, or daughter.

Yes

No

Yes

No

(i) Compensated employment, currently or in the previous 3 years, by any registered election or re-election committee registered with the Secretary of State or any county clerk in the State of Illinois, or any political action committee registered with either the Secretary of State or the Federal Board of Elections.

Yes

No

(j) Relationship to anyone; spouse, father, mother, son, or daughter; who is or was a compensated employee in the last 2 years of any registered election or reelection committee registered with the Secretary of State or any county clerk in the State of Illinois, or any political action committee registered with either the Secretary of State or the Federal Board of Elections.

Yes

No

OR I have determined that no individuals associated with this organization meet the criteria that would require the completion of Subsection ii.

Representative Lobbyist/Other Agent Is the Subcontractor represented by or employ a lobbyist or other agent who is not identified under Sections 1 and 2 and who has communicated, is communicating, or may communicate with any State officer or employee concerning the bid, offer or subcontract? Yes

No

If yes, please identify each agent / lobbyist, including name and address. ________________________________________________________________________________________________________________ ________________________________________________________________________________________________________________ ________________________________________________________________________________________________________________ ________________________________________________________________________________________________________________ Debarment/Legal Proceeding Disclosure Each of the persons identified in Sections 1, 2 and 3 must each identify any of the following that occurred within the previous 10 years: Debarment from subcontracting with any governmental entity Professional licensure discipline Bankruptcies Adverse civil judgments and administrative findings Criminal felony convictions

Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes

No No No No No

If any of the above are checked yes, please identify with descriptive information the nature of the debarment and legal proceeding. The State reserves the right to request more information, should the information need further clarification. ________________________________________________________________________________________________________________ ________________________________________________________________________________________________________________ ________________________________________________________________________________________________________________ ________________________________________________________________________________________________________________ Current and Pending Subcontracts Does the Subcontractor have any subcontracts pending subcontracts, bids, proposals or other ongoing procurement relationships with units of State of Illinois government? Yes No If yes, please identify each subcontract, pending subcontract, bid, proposal and other ongoing procurement relationship it has with units of State of Illinois government by showing agency name and other descriptive information such as bid number, project title, purchase order number or subcontract reference number. ________________________________________________________________________________________________________________ ________________________________________________________________________________________________________________ ________________________________________________________________________________________________________________ ________________________________________________________________________________________________________________ TAXPAYER IDENTIFICATION NUMBER I certify that: 1.

The number shown on this form is my correct taxpayer identification number (or I am waiting for a number to be issued to me), and

2.

I am not subject to backup withholding because: (a) I am exempt from backup withholding, or (b) I have not been notified by the Internal Revenue Service (IRS) that I am subject to backup withholding as a result of a failure to report all interest or dividends, or (c) the IRS has notified me that I am no longer subject to backup withholding, and

3.

I am a U.S. person (including a U.S. resident alien). •

If you are an individual, enter your name and SSN as it appears on your Social Security Card.

• • • •

If you are a sole proprietor, enter the owner’s name on the name line followed by the name of the business and the owner’s SSN or EIN. If you are a single-member LLC that is disregarded as an entity separate from its owner, enter the owner’s name on the name line and the d/b/a on the business name line and enter the owner’s SSN or EIN. If the LLC is a corporation or partnership, enter the entity’s business name and EIN and for corporations, attach IRS acceptance letter (CP261 or CP277). For all other entities, enter the name of the entity as used to apply for the entity’s EIN and the EIN.

Taxpayer Identification Number: Social Security Number Or Employer Identification Number

Legal Status (check one): Individual

Governmental

Sole Proprietor

Nonresident alien

Partnership

Estate or trust

Legal Services Corporation

Pharmacy (Non-Corp.)

Tax-exempt

Pharmacy/Funeral Home/Cemetery (Corp.)

Corporation providing or billing medical and/or health care services

Limited Liability Company (select applicable tax classification) D = disregarded entity C = corporation P = partnership

Corporation NOT providing or billing medical and/or health care services

This Standard Qualifications, Certifications, Representations, & Disclosures Attachment is submitted on behalf of: ________________________________________________________________________________________________________ (Subcontractor Name) Name of Authorized Representative:

_________________________________________________________________

Title of Authorized Representative:

_________________________________________________________________

Signature of Authorized Representative:

_________________________________________________________________

Date:

 

BOARD OF TRUSTEES OF SOUTHERN ILLINOIS UNIVERSITY EDWARDSVILLE Purchasing Office Campus Box 1012 Edwardsville, IL 62026 618/650-3265 FAX 618/650-5682

CERTIFIED PAYROLL SIUE Purchase Order Number Company Name Address

Pay Period The following statement is a part of the submission: “The contractor certifies that (1) the payroll record is true and accurate; (2) the hourly rate paid to each worker is not less than the general prevailing rate of hourly wages required by the Illinois Prevailing Wage Act (820 ILCS 130/5); and (3) the contractor or subcontractor is aware that filing a certified payroll which he or she knows to be false is a Class B misdemeanor.” X_______________________________________________ Contractor’s Signature and Date This form must be signed by an authorized representative of the contractor’s firm. Submit paper records to: SIUE, Attn: Rick Klein, SIUE Campus Architect, Campus Box 1039, Edwardsville, IL 62026 Submit electronic records (Word, PDF, WordPerfect) to: [email protected] Illinois state law requires all contractors working on University construction projects to submit certified payroll records to the University. The payroll records must include all workers employed by contractors on a University project. Payroll records are to include: each worker’s name, classification or classifications, hourly wage paid in each pay period, number of hours worked each day. You must submit a certified payroll only for employees working on a University project.

What information do you have to supply? For each project, contractors and sub-contractors must submit: · For each employee: o Name o Classification or classifications o Hourly wages paid in each pay period o The number of hours worked each day in the pay period · A statement signed by the contractor or sub-contractor certifying that the records are true and accurate; that the hourly wage paid each worker is not less than the general prevailing wage rate; and that the contractor is aware that knowingly filing a false certified payroll is a misdemeanor crime. The University does not mandate that the information be provided in a certain way. The contractor must provide all the information required and must attach the University’s cover sheet to each submittal. You do not have to submit a certified payroll for all of your employees. You must submit a certified payroll only for employees working on a University public works project. Existing state law defines these employees as: "Only such laborers, workers and mechanics as are directly employed by contractors or subcontractors in actual construction work on the site of the building or construction job, and laborers, workers and mechanics engaged in the transportation of materials and equipment to or from the site, but not including the transportation by sellers and suppliers or the manufacture or processing of materials or equipment, in the execution of any contract or contracts for public works shall be deemed to be employed upon public works.” You do not have to submit the certified payrolls of your suppliers or their sub-contractors. The legal definition of public works employees excludes the employees and subcontractors of suppliers and the manufacturers or processors of materials and equipment. Do sub-contractors submit their reports separately, or do prime contractors have to collect and submit the reports of all their sub-contractors? It is the responsibility of each firm to submit certified payrolls every month. Prime contractors are not responsible for the submissions of sub-contractors. Prime contractors may collect certified payroll reports from their sub-contractors and submit them as one package if they so choose. These decisions should be made cooperatively by each prime contractor and sub-contractor. Failing to submit a certified payroll, or knowingly filing a false payroll is a Class B misdemeanor, punishable by up to six months in jail. A general contractor is not liable for false information supplied by a sub-contractor unless he knowingly submit a false certified payroll submitted by a sub-contractor. Under the law, the University will retain these certified payroll records for three years. Most of the information is considered public record and will be available through the Freedom of Information Act. An employee’s address, telephone number and social security number will not be released by the University. The law was signed and became effective on August 10, 2005. This requirement was the subject of House Bill 188, which was approved by the General Assembly in May, 2005. The bill amends Chapter 820 of the Illinois Compiled Statutes, Section 130/5. The law can be found on-line by visiting www.ilga.gov and going to the “bill search” page.

Contractor Safety Program September 2008

Table of Contents I.

Purpose

1

II. Scope

1

III. Application

1

IV. Responsibilities

1

V. Procedures

2

A. General Safety Issues 1. Standard Safety and Security Procedures 2. Contractor Safety Training 3. Housekeeping 4. Accident, Incident, Injury, or Illness

2 2 4 4 4

B. Environmental Issues 1. Storm Water 2. Spill Prevention

4 5 5

C. Construction in Occupied Buildings

5

D. OSHA Compliance 1. Right to Know/Hazard Communication 2. Confined Space 3. Excavation 4. Lock Out/Tag Out 5. Compressed Gas Cylinders 6. Powder-Actuated Tools 7. Hot Work E. Work On or Adjacent to University Roads

6 6 6 7 8 8 8 9 9

APPENDICES Erosion Control Inspection Report

ii

I. Purpose The purpose of the Southern Illinois University Edwardsville (SIUE) Contractor Safety Program is the protection and safety of all persons and property while contractors perform work for SIUE. This Program applies to the Edwardsville, Alton, and East St. Louis campuses.

II. Scope Contractors performing construction type work are responsible for conforming to the provisions of the SIUE Contractor Safety Program, which has been prepared for the protection and safety of all persons and property. This in no way reduces or mitigates the Contractor’s responsibility to provide a safe working environment for crews and the public.

III. Application This program applies to any Contractor and Contractor employees performing contract work for SIUE. Contractors include, but are not limited to the following: • • • • • • •

Construction Managers General Contractors Hazardous Waste / Disposal Haulers Laboratory Testing Contractors Remediation Contractors Service Contractors Sub-Contractors

IV. Responsibilities All Contractors who perform any service to SIUE are required to follow all federal, state and local regulations and laws as well as all policies of SIUE, including this Program. This Contractor Safety Program has been developed for the protection and safety of all persons and property. This program shall be provided to Contractors to aid in the communication of hazard information involving SIUE properties and to outline SIUE’s safety and environmental procedures. SIUE Project Managers shall help ensure Contractor compliance with all of the policies set forth by this program by including this program into project specifications and communicating problems to the Contractor when they are identified. SIUE strongly recommends that Contractors implement the contents of this program through weekly safety talks with sub-contractors and their employees. An SIUE Safety Officer is authorized to coordinate periodic site visits with the Contractor’s site superintendent. These visits are for observation only and do not relieve the Contractor of the responsibility for monitoring and enforcing his/her safety program. 1

The Contractor is responsible for complying with all Illinois Department of Labor (IDOL) and Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) safety regulations: If a safety issue is brought to the attention of SIUE, the Contractor is required to immediately correct the situation upon written or verbal notification by SIUE.

V. Procedures A. General Safety Requirements 1. Standard Safety and Security Procedures The University may require a Contractor to temporarily or permanently remove a Contractor employee(s) from the SIUE premises for any of the following reasons. • • • • • • • • • •

Possession or use of alcoholic beverages or regulated drugs not prescribed by a physician. Possession of explosives, firearms, ammunition and/or other weapons. Deliberate violation of safety or security rules. Illegal dumping, handling, or disposal of hazardous materials. Destruction or removal, without written permission, of any property belonging to SIUE, the property owner, employee or other contractors or employees. Intimidating, threatening, harassing, impeding or interfering with an inspector, SIUE police officer, or University employee, student or designated representative. Using emergency exits other than for emergencies or blocking emergency exits. Misuse of fire prevention and protection equipment. Unauthorized removal or destruction of a safety barricade, handrail, guardrail, warning sign, fall protection, or other warning devices intended to protect University students, faculty, staff, neighbors or property. Failure to follow any federal, state, and local regulations and laws, as well as any policy of SIUE.

Written approval to begin work typically is granted by Facilities Management (FM) or University Housing Facilities Management (UHFM), but may require specific written approval from other University departments. Approvals must be requested during normal business hours with at least 72 hours notice. Contractors must notify (by telephone or letter, depending on time constraints) the SIUE Project Manager, FM (Customer Service 618-650-3711) or UHFM (618-650-2070) depending on who has authority over the work, prior to performing the following activities in an existing building, or buildings occupied by University personnel, unless the project documents expressly authorize the activity without such notification requirement: •

Working on electrical, steam, chilled water systems or other energized systems. 2

• • • • • • • • • • •

Working on heating, ventilation, or air conditioning equipment. Working in confined spaces on campus including but not limited to manholes, tanks, tunnels, vaults. (see the confined space section of this document) Working on security systems. Working on sprinkler systems or fire alarm systems. Moving emergency equipment (fire extinguishers, first aid kits, AEDs, etc.), provided by SIUE. Working with hazardous materials (including solvents and paints). Using powder actuated tools. Operating a power vehicle or self-propelled work platform. Excavation or trenching. Working with compressed air or gases. Working on a roof.

Contractors must obtain SIUE Project Manager written approval to perform the following activities: • • • • • •

Working on fire protection or detection systems. Installing a temporary electrical service. Using a gas, diesel, or LP (propane) powered engine indoors. Lifting or hoisting with cranes, derricks, hoists or helicopter. Performing blasting operations. Any additional or supplemental work not listed in the project documents which have a high risk of injury to the Contractor, the Contractor’s employees or other persons or property.

Contractors must contact (by telephone or letter, depending on time constraints) and closely coordinate their activities with the FM, UHFM, or specific SIUE department Project Manager when working inside existing structures. Contractors must obtain approval from the SIUE Office of Emergency Management and Safety (EM&S) (618-650-3584) prior to performing the following activities: • • • • • •

Disposing of hazardous wastes (including waste oil & lead-containing materials). Using radioactive sources or conducting field radiography (x-ray). Working with or impacting suspect asbestos-containing materials. Using a Class 3 or 4 laser. Working on a fume hood, biological cabinet or autoclave. Working in a solvent storage area.

Special Rules for Operations Involving Utilities: • •

Only SIUE Facilities Management may shut down or start up operating utilities. The Contractor must contact the SIUE Project Manager, who will coordinate with FM or UHFM in advance of the need for such shutdowns or startups.

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Special Rules for Lockout/Tagout of Machinery, Pipes, etc.: •

If the Contractor intends to service or maintain equipment that holds stored energy or that could potentially injure a person if unexpectedly started, the Contractor must inform and coordinate with the SIUE Project Manager or Departmental contact of the lockout/tagout procedures intended to occur.

University employees will not lend University owned equipment or property to Contractors. Contractors must provide all necessary tools and equipment to safely complete their work.

2. Contractor Safety Training The Contractor shall, upon request, provide copies of all applicable safety training certificates of their employees to the SIUE EM&S office. Documentation will show that employees have had the appropriate safety training to protect them and others from the hazards of the work assigned. Documentation shall include employees designated as competent persons for inspections of excavations, scaffolds, and other OSHA specific items.

3. Housekeeping The Contractor is responsible for ensuring and maintaining good housekeeping while at SIUE. The Contractor must keep work site neat, clean, orderly and free of excess trash debris and never block walkways, stairs, exits, or create a tripping hazard. A Contractor’s failure to maintain good housekeeping in a work area increases the potential for safety hazards and incidence of accidents and chemical spills.

4. Accident, Incident, Injury or Illness In an emergency situation, the Contractor must notify the SIUE Police Department at 9-1-1. All work related accidents, incidents, injuries, and illness must be immediately reported to the SIUE Project Manager. The Contractor is also responsible for notifying OSHA of any incident that is reportable to that agency. In non-emergency situations contact the SIUE Police Department at 618-650-3324 for assistance.

B. Environmental Issues SIUE is fully committed to protecting the environment and maintaining a safe and healthy campus and workplace. The following principles and/or guidelines have been established to clarify the University’s commitment towards these goals: • •

Comply with all applicable environmental and safety laws and regulations when handling, removing, or disposing of hazardous, special, or normal waste. Minimize hazards to all persons. 4

• •

Require visitors and those doing business with SIUE to perform their work in a manner that adheres to all applicable laws and regulations, and protects the University. The Contractor is responsible for handling and disposing of all hazardous, special, and normal waste generated as a result of their construction activities.

1. Storm Water The Contractor shall conduct all storm water control activities in accordance with the approved Storm Water Pollution Prevention Plan (SWPPP) for the project. The SWPPP is to be prepared and sealed by a professional engineer licensed in the State of Illinois. The Contractor shall conduct an inspection of all site storm water control. The inspection shall be conducted weekly or immediately subsequent to a precipitation event of 0.5 inches or greater. The Contractor shall complete the Illinois Department of Transportation erosion control report form for each inspection (see appendix). These inspections will be subject to periodic review by the SIUE Storm Water Manager. The SIUE Storm Water Manager may periodically walk the construction site with the site superintendent to ensure storm water control is in compliance with the approved Storm Water Pollution Prevention Plan.

2. Spill Prevention The Contractor is responsible for any spill within the construction limits of the project and those outside of the construction limits that are caused by the Contractor’s defective equipment, containers, personnel or subcontractors. The Contractor shall have on site at all times a spill kit(s) capable of cleaning up a 40 gallon spill. For larger spills the Contractor must provide to the SIUE Project Manager the name, address, and phone number of the emergency response company to be contacted for clean up. The full cost of any clean up shall be the sole responsibility of the Contractor.

C. Construction in Occupied Buildings When building occupants are present during construction projects additional safeguards must be implemented to eliminate exposures and complaints. Dusts/particulates from demolition, sanding and other construction activities must be controlled by adequate ventilation, or containment and negative air ventilation systems based upon the specific type of activity and particle. Similar controls must be utilized for similar odorous activities including, but not limited to, carpet adhesive, painting, welding, and coatings. Control of dusts/particulates in both occupied and unoccupied buildings will also prevent the contamination of HVAC systems. The Contractor shall ensure that the HVAC system is protected in order to prevent contamination. If an HVAC system is unprotected and contaminated by construction/demolition materials, the Contractor shall be held responsible for the cost of cleaning the system and other related cleaning. 5

Negative air ventilation systems shall have appropriate filtration and be exhausted outside of the building. Occupant complaints related to dust/particulates and odors during construction may interrupt the project schedule. Projects may only continue once problems have been resolved. Any cost of delay shall be paid by the Contractor.

D. OSHA Compliance All work performed by the Contractor on any of the campuses must strictly adhere to the applicable and referenced standards put forth in 29 CFR 1926, OSHA Standards for the Construction Industry, and 29 CFR 1910, OSHA Standards for General Industry and all applicable and referenced standards as adopted by the Illinois Department of Labor. Noncompliance with these standards and referenced documents may result in temporary or permanent removal of the Contractor from the University premises and may be considered grounds for termination of the contract.

1. Right-To-Know / Hazard Communication (29 CFR 1926.59) The Contractor shall submit to the SIUE Project Manager or EM&S an inventory of all hazardous materials that are to be brought on-site with accompanying Material Safety Data Sheets. The Contractor shall also ensure that all containers brought on site for the storage of hazardous chemicals (e.g., gas, paint, etc.) are labeled and inspected in accordance with all applicable regulations. The Contractor shall remove all hazardous materials brought on-site when work involving a specific hazardous material is complete. Removal of all hazardous materials must comply with all of the requirements of the Environmental section of this document. The Contractor may request and review Material Safety Data Sheets for any chemicals that are encountered on University property during the performance of its work by contacting the specific department or EM&S at 650-3584. •

• •

The Contractor’s HAZCOM program must be available and provided upon request to the SIUE EM&S office. It must contain the following information: a written hazard communication program, an inventory of chemicals, MSDSs for all chemicals on site, labeling of all containers and other warnings, and documentation of employee safety training. When hazardous materials are used to complete a project scope of work, MSDS and similar information regarding these products must be provided to the SIUE Project Manager prior to their use. Contractors must maintain MSDSs on-site. The use of hazardous materials in occupied buildings must be approved, in writing, by the SIUE Project Manager and EM&S. The contractor must follow the guidelines in the “Construction in Occupied Buildings” section of this document.

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The Contractor must also comply with all of the OSHA regulations regarding multi-employer workplaces.

2. Confined Space Entry (29 CFR 1926.21(b)(6)(i)&(ii) and 29 CFR 1910.146) Entrance into a confined space by a Contractor requires adherence with all applicable regulations as well as with certain University protocols as defined further below: Requirements •

• •

The Contractor is responsible for developing, implementing and maintaining his/her own Confined Space Entry Program, including provisions for emergency rescue in accordance with OSHA regulations as it applies to the work of a particular contract. The Contractor’s Confined Space Entry Program must be available and provided upon request to the SIUE EM&S, FM or UHFM. The Contractor is responsible for identifying all confined spaces within the scope of work and construction limits. When both University personnel and Contractor personnel are working in or near confined spaces, the Contractor shall coordinate all operations with the affected University personnel before entry. Advance verbal or written notification to the affected University employees is always required.

3. Excavation (29 CFR 1926, Subpart P) During excavation the Contractor is responsible for ensuring a safe working environment for its employees and the University community. The Contractor must ensure compliance with all the requirements of the OSHA Excavation Standard 29 CFR 1926, Subpart P. In addition the following additional requirements must be completed prior to or during any excavation on property owned by SIUE. They are as follows: • •

• •



The Contractor’s excavation plan must be made available and provided upon request to the SIUE EM&S, FM or UHFM, or the SIUE Project Manager. The Contractor shall maintain a physical barrier around all excavations and machinery. Often times caution tape is insufficient, and barriers such as properly supported snow fencing, orange safety fencing, barricades, or temporary chain link fencing must be installed. All excavation sites are to be secured during off work hours to prevent unauthorized access. The Contractor is responsible for providing the proper signage necessary to direct both vehicular and pedestrian traffic safely around or through the work area. The Contractor must notify the SIUE Project Manager, in writing, and coordinate with FM or UHFM prior to any utility shutdown both public and private. The Contractor must also notify the SIUE Project Manager immediately of any unplanned shutdown or interference with any site utility. The Contractor shall notify the SIUE Project Manager, in writing, of any overtime hours necessary to complete the work. 7

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When working around trees on SIUE property, the Contractor must take special precautions not to harm a tree in any way. The Contractor must notify the SIUE Grounds Superintendent at 650-2719 for coordination All open holes, trenches or other excavations that create a hazard to persons must be covered, filled, and/or guarded by a railing system before the Contractor leaves the excavation site.

• 4. Lock out / Tag out ( 29 CFR 1926.417 and 29 CFR 1910.147) SIUE protects persons and property in part by complying with OSHA 29 CFR 1910.147 – Control of Hazardous Energy (a.k.a. Lockout/Tagout). As part of the University’s Lockout/Tagout Program, locks and tags are used to control the start-up of equipment that is being serviced or maintained by its employees. At no time shall the Contractor or its employees override any locks or tags that they encounter during the performance of their work. The Contractor is responsible for developing, implementing and maintaining his/her own Lockout/Tagout Program in accordance with OSHA regulations as it applies to the work of the contract. The Contractor shall ensure that his/her Lockout/Tagout Program meets all of the requirements of OSHA’s multi-employer workplace requirements. The Contractor must coordinate with SIUE employees involved in the lockout/tagout work. A copy of the program must be made available and provided upon verbal or written request for coordination with EM&S, FM, or UHFM employees. • •

University Facilities Management is responsible for all shut down and start up of utility systems for all University properties. The Contractor will maintain a log of all machines and equipment that are locked out and/or tagged out during the performance of the work of this contract. This log shall identify the equipment that was worked on, the date that work was performed, and the name of the individual performing the work. The Contractor shall submit this log, upon request, to EM&S, FM, or UHFM on a monthly basis when lockout/tagout work is being performed.

5. Compressed Gas Cylinders (29 CFR 1910. 101, 29 CFR 1910.253, and 29 CFR 1926.350) Compressed gases pose a severe hazard to persons and property. The following rules shall apply when compressed gas cylinders are brought on site: • •

Storage of cylinders, overnight, by the Contractor, in any University building is strictly prohibited. If a leak develops in a cylinder that cannot be immediately corrected, the cylinder must be safely transported to a location outside the building. Use of an elevator is prohibited under such conditions. Immediately notify the SIUE Police at 618650-3324 for assistance.

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6. Powder-Actuated Tools (29 CFR 1926.302(e)(1-12) Powder-actuated tools can pose hazards to persons and property. Such tools are not permitted in occupied University buildings without written approval of the SIUE Project Manager and/or EM&S. If a powder-actuated tool is allowed on campus, it must be operated in accordance with OSHA Standard 29 CFR 1926.302 7. Hot Work Hot Work is defined as a temporary operation involving open flame or which produces heat and/or sparks. This includes, but is not limited to brazing, cutting, grinding, soldering, thawing pipe, torch applied roofing, welding, arc cutting (29 CFR 1926.Subpart J), and the use of heat guns. All hot work performed by the Contractor is the Contractor’s responsibility. The Contractor’s hot work program must be available and provided upon request to the SIUE Project Manager or EM&S.

E. Work On or Adjacent to University Roadways When work is being performed on or adjacent (15 feet or less) to a University roadway the Contractor is responsible for contacting Facilities Management and/or the SIUE Police Department and making all arrangements for road closures, detours, etc. All roadway associated construction activity must comply with the “Manual on Uniform Traffic Control Devices for Streets and Highways” (MUTCD) latest edition. All Contractor personnel shall wear high-visibility safety apparel compliant with requirements of ISEA “American National Standard for High-Visibility Safety Apparel” latest revision, and labeled as ANSI 107-1999 standard performance for Class 1, 2, or 3 risk exposure. The Contractor shall designate a competent person to be responsible for the worker safety plan within the activity area of the job site. The competent person shall make the selection of the appropriate class of garment. When any vehicle, trailer, or other construction equipment is parked or placed on the shoulder of a roadway (not on the roadway surface), clean high visibility orange cones shall be set approximately 20 feet from the front and rear of the equipment on the traffic side. The cones shall be in accordance with the IDOT Quality Standard for Work Zone Traffic Control Devices 2004, latest revision. It shall be considered construction activity when any vehicle, trailer, or other construction equipment is parked on the roadway surface, being driven repeatedly for short lengths on the roadway surface or within 15 feet of the roadway surface. This activity shall comply with the MUTCD for traffic maintenance as stated in the first paragraph of this section.

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APPENDICES

Storm Water Pollution Prevention Plan Erosion Control Inspection Report Date of Inspection:

County:

Name of Inspector:

Section:

Type of Inspection:

Weekly

Route:

>0.5” Precip.

District:

Precip. Amount:

Contract No:

Contractor:

Job No.

Subs:

Project: NPDES Permit No:

Erosion Control Deficiency Deduct Total Disturbed Area:

$ acre

Ready for Final Cover:

acre

Final Cover Established:

acre

Instructions to the Inspector: Inspections are to take place every seven (7) days and within 24 hours of a rainfall event of a rainfall event of 0.5 inches or more. Inspections are to be conducted every week of the project duration including the winter months until 70% viable vegetative cover is achieved. The primary objective for establishing and maintaining temporary erosion control measures is to ensure that sediment is retained within the project limits. If sediment or other pollutants of concern are released from the project site, an Incidence of Non-Compliance (ION) must be submitted to the Illinois Environmental Protection Agency immediately. Note maintenance of and changes to the in-place ESC measures on the project SWPPP. If the answer to any of the following is “No,” the contractor is hereby ordered to correct the deficiency. SITE CONDITIONS ON DAY OF INSPECTION Erosion and Sediment Control: Slopes:

Do all slopes where soil disturbing activities have taken place and not been permanently restored, have adequate temporary seeding or protection?

Yes

No

Ditches

Are all ditches existing, temporary, and/or proposed) clear of sediment and/or debris.

Yes

No

Yes Yes

No No

Yes Yes

No No

Are all perimeter erosion barriers in good working order? Perimeter Erosion Barrier: Has perimeter barrier no longer needed been removed and the area restored? Temporary Ditch Checks:

Are all temporary ditch checks in good working order? Are the current ditch checks adequate to control erosion?

Inlet Filters:

Are ALL inlet filters in good working order and less than 25% full?

Yes

No

Outfalls:

Are all outfalls free of any signs of sediment discharge?

Yes

No

Yes Yes

No No

Yes

No

Yes

No

Areas of Interest – Wetland/Prairie/Tree Preservation: Has the contractor remained clear of all designated “no entry” areas? Are all “no intrusion” areas adequately marked to prevent accidental entry? Stock Piles:

Are all stockpiles properly maintained to prevent runoff and protected to minimize spread in case of erosion?

Borrow/Waste Sites:

Are all borrow and waste locations, including those which are offsite, in compliance with all NPDES rules and regulations?

General Site Maintenance Required of the Permit Are concrete washout areas adequately maintained? Has all washout occurred only at designated washout locations? (The contractor may want to consider designating additional area(s) for use.)

Yes Yes

No No

Are all staging/storage facilities free of litter, leaking containers, leaking equipment, spills, etc?

Yes

No

Is the site free from mud, sediment and debris from the vehicles entering/leaving off road areas throughout the site?

Yes

No

Yes

No

Yes

No

Concrete Washout Areas:

Staging/Storage Areas:

Vehicle Tracking:

Fuel/Chemical Storage Locations:

Update SWPPP:

Are all designated fueling locations free of evidence of leaks and or spills?

Have all changes to the projects SWPPP been noted on the graphic site plan?

Specific Instructions Related to “No” Answers From Above: Station or Station to Station

Practice

Comments/Actions Required

Time for Repair

Other Comments:

Additional Pages (Attached As Needed) Outfalls / Receiving Waters Drainage Structure/Ditch Check Locations Additional Instructions to Contractor

Other:

Repairs and stabilization to be completed within 24 hours of this report (or as indicated above) or the DAILY Erosion and Sediment Control Deficiency Deduction will be assessed for each noted deficiency until the required action is completed. Inspector’s Signature

Date:

Contractor’s Signature

Date:

Original: Project File cc: Contractor

Madison County Prevailing Wage for June 2012

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Madison County Prevailing Wage for June 2012 (See explanation of column headings at bottom of wages)

Trade Name ==================== ASBESTOS ABT-GEN ASBESTOS ABT-GEN ASBESTOS ABT-MEC BOILERMAKER BRICK MASON CARPENTER CEMENT MASON CERAMIC TILE FNSHER ELECTRIC PWR EQMT OP ELECTRIC PWR EQMT OP ELECTRIC PWR GRNDMAN ELECTRIC PWR GRNDMAN ELECTRIC PWR LINEMAN ELECTRIC PWR LINEMAN ELECTRIC PWR TRK DRV ELECTRIC PWR TRK DRV ELECTRICIAN ELECTRICIAN ELECTRONIC SYS TECH ELECTRONIC SYS TECH ELEVATOR CONSTRUCTOR FLOOR LAYER GLAZIER HT/FROST INSULATOR IRON WORKER LABORER LABORER MACHINIST MARBLE FINISHERS MARBLE MASON MILLWRIGHT OPERATING ENGINEER OPERATING ENGINEER OPERATING ENGINEER OPERATING ENGINEER OPERATING ENGINEER OPERATING ENGINEER OPERATING ENGINEER OPERATING ENGINEER OPERATING ENGINEER OPERATING ENGINEER OPERATING ENGINEER OPERATING ENGINEER OPERATING ENGINEER OPERATING ENGINEER OPERATING ENGINEER OPERATING ENGINEER OPERATING ENGINEER OPERATING ENGINEER PAINTER PAINTER PAINTER OVER 30FT

RG == NW SE

NW SE NW SE NW SE NW SE NW SE NW SE

NW SE

TYP === ALL ALL BLD BLD BLD ALL ALL BLD ALL ALL ALL ALL ALL ALL ALL ALL ALL ALL BLD BLD BLD BLD BLD BLD ALL ALL ALL BLD BLD BLD ALL BLD BLD BLD BLD BLD BLD BLD BLD BLD HWY HWY HWY HWY HWY HWY HWY HWY HWY BLD HWY BLD

C Base = ====== 29.510 28.800 29.160 31.500 28.790 33.880 31.000 25.520 36.690 34.800 24.940 25.980 42.210 40.020 25.560 28.410 36.400 36.510 28.740 29.920 43.345 29.080 32.780 36.760 31.000 29.010 28.300 43.160 25.520 28.790 33.880 1 33.650 2 32.520 3 28.040 4 28.100 5 27.770 6 34.200 7 34.500 8 34.780 9 35.650 1 32.150 2 31.020 3 26.540 4 26.600 5 26.270 6 32.700 7 33.000 8 33.280 9 34.150 29.250 30.450 30.250

FRMAN *M-F>8 ====== ===== 30.010 1.5 29.300 1.5 30.160 1.5 34.000 1.5 30.640 1.5 35.380 1.5 32.000 1.5 0.000 1.5 44.520 1.5 0.000 1.5 44.520 1.5 0.000 1.5 44.520 1.5 41.950 1.5 44.520 1.5 0.000 1.5 38.650 1.5 38.700 1.5 30.490 1.5 31.670 1.5 48.760 2.0 29.830 1.5 0.000 2.0 37.760 1.5 33.000 1.5 29.510 1.5 28.800 1.5 45.160 1.5 0.000 1.5 30.640 1.5 35.380 1.5 36.650 1.5 36.650 1.5 36.650 1.5 36.650 1.5 36.650 1.5 36.650 1.5 36.650 1.5 36.650 1.5 36.650 1.5 35.150 1.5 35.150 1.5 35.150 1.5 35.150 1.5 35.150 1.5 35.150 1.5 35.150 1.5 35.150 1.5 35.150 1.5 30.750 1.5 31.950 1.5 31.750 1.5

OSA === 1.5 1.5 1.5 1.5 1.5 1.5 1.5 1.5 2.0 2.0 2.0 2.0 2.0 2.0 2.0 2.0 1.5 1.5 1.5 1.5 2.0 1.5 2.0 1.5 1.5 1.5 1.5 1.5 1.5 1.5 1.5 1.5 1.5 1.5 1.5 1.5 1.5 1.5 1.5 1.5 1.5 1.5 1.5 1.5 1.5 1.5 1.5 1.5 1.5 1.5 1.5 1.5

http://www.state.il.us/agency/idol/rates/EVENMO/MADISON9.htm

OSH === 2.0 2.0 2.0 2.0 2.0 2.0 2.0 2.0 2.0 2.0 2.0 2.0 2.0 2.0 2.0 2.0 2.0 2.0 2.0 2.0 2.0 2.0 2.0 2.0 2.0 2.0 2.0 2.0 2.0 2.0 2.0 2.0 2.0 2.0 2.0 2.0 2.0 2.0 2.0 2.0 2.0 2.0 2.0 2.0 2.0 2.0 2.0 2.0 2.0 2.0 2.0 2.0

H/W ===== 5.750 5.550 6.700 7.070 7.500 6.300 8.750 5.900 5.000 5.850 5.000 4.370 5.000 6.720 5.000 4.780 7.500 7.210 7.500 3.200 11.03 6.300 9.020 7.550 7.110 5.750 5.550 7.980 5.900 7.500 6.300 8.400 8.400 8.400 8.400 8.400 8.400 8.400 8.400 8.400 8.400 8.400 8.400 8.400 8.400 8.400 8.400 8.400 8.400 5.000 5.000 5.000

Pensn ===== 9.440 10.35 2.750 18.73 9.430 6.250 11.00 5.110 9.170 9.750 6.240 7.280 10.56 11.21 6.390 7.950 9.090 7.490 5.860 7.400 11.96 6.250 10.80 10.76 12.35 9.440 10.35 8.950 5.110 9.430 6.250 16.50 16.50 16.50 16.50 16.50 16.50 16.50 16.50 16.50 16.50 16.50 16.50 16.50 16.50 16.50 16.50 16.50 16.50 7.920 7.920 7.920

Vac ===== 0.000 0.000 0.000 1.000 2.000 0.000 0.000 0.000 0.000 0.000 0.000 0.000 0.000 0.000 0.000 0.000 0.000 0.000 0.000 0.000 2.600 0.000 2.630 0.000 0.000 0.000 0.000 0.000 0.000 2.000 0.000 0.000 0.000 0.000 0.000 0.000 0.000 0.000 0.000 0.000 0.000 0.000 0.000 0.000 0.000 0.000 0.000 0.000 0.000 0.000 0.000 0.000

Trng ===== 0.800 0.800 0.000 0.350 0.400 0.400 0.200 0.470 0.280 0.260 0.190 0.190 0.320 0.300 0.190 0.210 0.550 0.640 0.400 0.250 0.000 0.400 0.310 0.500 0.420 0.800 0.800 0.000 0.470 0.400 0.400 1.000 1.000 1.000 1.000 1.000 1.000 1.000 1.000 1.000 1.000 1.000 1.000 1.000 1.000 1.000 1.000 1.000 1.000 0.600 0.600 0.600

6/1/2012

Madison County Prevailing Wage for June 2012

PAINTER PWR EQMT PAINTER PWR EQMT PILEDRIVER PIPEFITTER PIPEFITTER PLASTERER PLUMBER PLUMBER ROOFER SHEETMETAL WORKER SPRINKLER FITTER TERRAZZO FINISHER TERRAZZO MASON TRUCK DRIVER TRUCK DRIVER TRUCK DRIVER TRUCK DRIVER TRUCK DRIVER TRUCK DRIVER TRUCK DRIVER TRUCK DRIVER TRUCK DRIVER TRUCK DRIVER

N S N S

BLD HWY ALL BLD BLD BLD BLD BLD BLD ALL BLD BLD BLD ALL ALL ALL ALL ALL O&C O&C O&C O&C O&C

1 2 3 4 5 1 2 3 4 5

30.250 31.450 33.880 35.800 36.000 30.250 35.800 35.150 28.650 31.690 37.830 31.240 32.530 30.460 30.890 31.120 31.380 32.200 24.370 24.710 24.900 25.100 25.760

31.750 32.950 35.380 37.590 38.000 31.250 37.590 37.650 30.650 33.190 40.830 0.000 32.830 0.000 0.000 0.000 0.000 0.000 0.000 0.000 0.000 0.000 0.000

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1.5 1.5 1.5 2.0 1.5 1.5 2.0 1.5 1.5 1.5 2.0 1.5 1.5 1.5 1.5 1.5 1.5 1.5 1.5 1.5 1.5 1.5 1.5

1.5 1.5 1.5 2.0 1.5 1.5 2.0 1.5 1.5 1.5 2.0 1.5 1.5 1.5 1.5 1.5 1.5 1.5 1.5 1.5 1.5 1.5 1.5

2.0 2.0 2.0 2.0 2.0 2.0 2.0 2.0 2.0 2.0 2.0 2.0 2.0 2.0 2.0 2.0 2.0 2.0 2.0 2.0 2.0 2.0 2.0

5.000 5.000 6.300 4.400 6.690 8.750 4.400 6.000 8.150 7.130 8.550 5.900 5.900 10.05 10.05 10.05 10.05 10.05 10.05 10.05 10.05 10.05 10.05

7.920 7.920 6.250 8.360 8.000 8.300 8.360 6.600 6.650 6.730 10.35 2.730 4.980 4.775 4.775 4.775 4.775 4.775 4.775 4.775 4.775 4.775 4.775

0.000 0.000 0.000 0.000 0.000 0.000 0.000 0.000 0.000 1.910 0.000 0.000 0.000 0.000 0.000 0.000 0.000 0.000 0.000 0.000 0.000 0.000 0.000

0.600 0.600 0.400 0.200 0.750 0.050 0.200 0.400 0.200 0.360 0.850 0.130 0.140 0.250 0.250 0.250 0.250 0.250 0.250 0.250 0.250 0.250 0.250

Legend: RG (Region) TYP (Trade Type - All,Highway,Building,Floating,Oil & Chip,Rivers) C (Class) Base (Base Wage Rate) FRMAN (Foreman Rate) M-F>8 (OT required for any hour greater than 8 worked each day, Mon through Fri. OSA (Overtime (OT) is required for every hour worked on Saturday) OSH (Overtime is required for every hour worked on Sunday and Holidays) H/W (Health & Welfare Insurance) Pensn (Pension) Vac (Vacation) Trng (Training)

Explanations MADISON COUNTY

ELECTRICIANS AND ELECTRIC SYSTEMS TECHNICIAN (NORTHWEST) - Townships of Godfrey, Foster and Wood River, and the western one mile of Moro, Ft. Russell and Edwardsville, south to the north side of Hwy. 66 and west to the Mississippi River. This includes SIU-Edwardsville Dental Facility and Alton Mental Health Hospital. ELECTRICIANS AND ELECTRIC SYSTEMS TECHNICIAN (SOUTHEAST) - Remainder of county not covered by ELECTRICIANS AND ELECTRIC SYSTEMS TECHNICIAN (NW) including SIU-Edwardsville Main Campus. LABORERS (NORTHWEST) - That area northwest of a diagonal line running from the Mississippi River at the intersection of the waterway known as Wood River at Maple Island, northeast through the highway intersection of Illinois Routes 3 and 143 and following the boundary of Alton/East Alton, then preceding northeast to the county line at a point approximately one mile west of Illinois Route 159.

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PLUMBERS AND PIPEFITTERS (SOUTH) - That part of the county South of a line between Mitchell and Highland including the town of Glen Carbon. The following list is considered as those days for which holiday rates of wages for work performed apply: New Years Day, Memorial Day, Fourth of July, Labor Day, Thanksgiving Day, Christmas Day and Veterans Day in some classifications/counties. Generally, any of these holidays which fall on a Sunday is celebrated on the following Monday. This then makes work performed on that Monday payable at the appropriate overtime rate for holiday pay. Common practice in a given local may alter certain days of celebration. If in doubt, please check with IDOL. Oil and chip resealing (O&C) means the application of road oils and liquid asphalt to coat an existing road surface, followed by application of aggregate chips or gravel to coated surface, and subsequent rolling of material to seal the surface. EXPLANATION OF CLASSES ASBESTOS - GENERAL - removal of asbestos material/mold and hazardous materials from any place in a building, including mechanical systems where those mechanical systems are to be removed. This includes the removal of asbestos materials/mold and hazardous materials from ductwork or pipes in a building when the building is to be demolished at the time or at some close future date. ASBESTOS - MECHANICAL - removal of asbestos material from mechanical systems, such as pipes, ducts, and boilers, where the mechanical systems are to remain. CERAMIC TILE FINISHER AND MARBLE FINISHER The handling, at the building site, of all sand, cement, tile, marble or stone and all other materials that may be used and installed by [a] tile layer or marble mason. In addition, the grouting, cleaning, sealing, and mixing on the job site, and all other work as required in assisting the setter. The term "Ceramic" is used for naming the classification only and is in no way a limitation of the product handled. Ceramic takes into consideration most hard tiles.

ELECTRONIC SYSTEMS TECHNICIAN Installation, service and maintenance of low-voltage systems which utilizes the transmission and/or transference of voice, sound, vision, or digital for commercial, education, security and entertainment purposes for the following: TV monitoring and surveillance, background/foreground music, intercom and telephone interconnect, field programming, inventory control systems, microwave transmission, multi-media, multiplex, radio page, school, intercom and sound burglar alarms and low voltage master clock systems. Excluded from this classification are energy management systems, life safety systems, supervisory controls and data acquisition systems not intrinsic with the above listed systems, fire alarm systems, nurse call systems and raceways exceeding fifteen feet in length. OPERATING ENGINEER - BUILDING

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GROUP I. Cranes, Dragline, Shovels, Skimmer Scoops, Clamshells or Derrick Boats, Pile Drivers, Crane-Type Backhoes, Asphalt Plant Operators, Concrete Plant Operators, Dredges, Asphalt Spreading Machines, All Locomotives, Cable Ways or Tower Machines, Hoists, Hydraulic Backhoes, Ditching Machines or Backfiller, Cherrypickers, Overhead Cranes, Roller - Steam or Gas, Concrete Pavers, Excavators, Concrete Breakers, Concrete Pumps, Bulk Cement Plants, Cement Pumps, Derrick-Type Drills, Boat Operators, Motor Graders or Pushcats, Scoops or Tournapulls, Bulldozers, Endloaders or Fork Lifts, Power Blade or Elevating Graders, Winch Cats, Boom or Winch Trucks or Boom Tractors, Pipe Wrapping or Painting Machines, Asphalt Plant Engineer, Journeyman Lubricating Engineer, Drills (other than Derrick Type), Mud Jacks, or Well Drilling Machines, Boring Machines or Track Jacks, Mixers, Conveyors (Two), Air Compressors (Two), Water Pumps regardless of size (Two), Welding Machines (Two), Siphons or Jets (Two), Winch Heads or Apparatuses (Two), Light Plants (Two), All Tractors regardless of size (straight tractor only), Fireman on Stationary Boilers, Automatic Elevators, Form Grading Machines, Finishing Machines, Power Sub-Grader or Ribbon Machines, Longitudinal Floats, Distributor Operators on Trucks, Winch Heads or Apparatuses (One), Mobil Track air and heaters (two to five), Heavy Equipment Greaser, Relief Operator, Assistant Master Mechanic and Heavy Duty Mechanic, self-propelled concrete saws of all types and sizes with their attachments, gob-hoppers, excavators all sizes, the repair and greasing of all diesel hammers, the operation and set-up of bidwells, water blasters of all sizes and their clutches, hydraulic jacks where used for hoisting, operation of log skidders, iceolators used on and off of pipeline, condor cranes, bow boats, survey boats, bobcats and all their attachments, skid steer loaders and all their attachments, creter cranes, batch plants, operator (all sizes), self propelled roto mills, operation of conveyor systems of any size and any configuration, operation, repair and service of all vibratory hammers, all power pacs and their controls regardless of location, curtains or brush burning machines, stump cutter machines, Nail launchers when mounted on a machine or self-propelled, operation of con-cover machines, and all Operators except those listed below). GROUP II. Assistant Operators. GROUP III. Air Compressors (One), Water Pumps, regardless of Size (One), Waterblasters (one), Welding Machine (One), Mixers (One Bag), Conveyor (One), Siphon or Jet (One), Light Plant (One), Heater (One), Immobile Track Air (One), and Self Propelled Walk-Behind Rollers. GROUP IV. Asphalt Spreader Oilers, Fireman on Whirlies and Heavy Equipment Oilers, Truck Cranes, Dredges, Monigans, Large Cranes (Over 65-ton rated capacity) Concrete Plant Oiler, Blacktop Plant Oiler, and Creter Crane Oiler (when required). GROUP V. Oiler. GROUP VI. Operators on equipment with Booms,including jibs, 100 feet and over, and less than 150 feet long. GROUP VII. Operators on equipment with Booms, including jibs, 150 feet and over, and less than 200 feet long. GROUP VIII.

Operators on Equipment with Booms, including jibs, 200

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feet and over; Tower Cranes; and Whirlie Cranes. GROUP IX. Master Mechanic OPERATING ENGINEERS - Highway GROUP I. Cranes, Dragline, Shovels, Skimmer Scoops, Clamshells or Derrick Boats, Pile Drivers, Crane-Type Backhoes, Asphalt Plant Operators, Concrete Plant Operators, Dredges, Asphalt Spreading Machines, All Locomotives, Cable Ways or Tower Machines, Hoists, Hydraulic Backhoes, Ditching Machines or Backfiller, Cherrypickers, Overhead Cranes, Roller - Steam or Gas, Concrete Pavers, Excavators, Concrete Breakers, Concrete Pumps, Bulk Cement Plants, Cement Pumps, Derrick-Type Drills, Boat Operators, Motor Graders or Pushcats, Scoops or Tournapulls, Bulldozers, Endloaders or Fork Lifts, Power Blade or Elevating Graders, Winch Cats, Boom or Winch Trucks or Boom Tractors, Pipe Wrapping or Painting Machines, Asphalt Plant Engineer, Journeyman Lubricating Engineer, Drills (other than Derrick Type), Mud Jacks, Well Drilling Machines, Boring Machines, Track Jacks, Mixers, Conveyors (Two), Air Compressors (Two), Water Pumps regardless of size (Two), Welding Machines (Two), Siphons or Jets (Two), Winch Heads or Apparatuses (Two), Light Plants (Two), All Tractors regardless of size (straight tractor only), Fireman on Stationary Boilers, Automatic Elevators, Form Grading Machines, Finishing Machines, Power Sub-Grader or Ribbon Machines, Longitudinal Floats, Distributor Operators on Trucks, Winch Heads or Apparatuses (One), Mobil Track air and heaters (two to five), Heavy Equipment Greaser, Relief Operator, Assistant Master Mechanic and Heavy Duty Mechanic, self-propelled concrete saws of all types and sizes with their attachments, gob-hoppers, excavators all sizes, the repair and greasing of all diesel hammers, the operation and set-up of bidwells, water blasters of all sizes and their clutches, hydraulic jacks where used for hoisting, operation of log skidders, iceolators used on and off of pipeline, condor cranes, bow boats, survey boats, bobcats and all their attachments, skid steer loaders and all their attachments, creter cranes, batch plants, operator (all sizes), self propelled roto mills, operation of conveyor systems of any size and any configuration, operation, repair and service of all vibratory hammers, all power pacs and their controls regardless of location, curtains or brush burning machines, stump cutter machines, Nail launchers when mounted on a machine or self-propelled, operation of con-cover machines, and all Operators (except those listed below). GROUP II. Assistant Operators. GROUP III. Air Compressors (One), Water Pumps, regardless of Size (One), Waterblasters (one), Welding Machine (One), Mixers (One Bag), Conveyor (One), Siphon or Jet (One), Light Plant (One), Heater (One), Immobile Track Air (One), and Self Propelled Walk-Behind Rollers.

GROUP IV. Asphalt Spreader Oilers, Fireman on Whirlies and Heavy Equipment Oilers, Truck Cranes, Dredges, Monigans, Large Cranes (Over 65-ton rated capacity) Concrete Plant Oiler, Blacktop Plant Oiler, and Creter Crane Oiler (when required). GROUP V. Oiler. GROUP VI. Operators on equipment with Booms, including jibs, 100 feet

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and over, and less than 150 feet long. GROUP VII. Operators on equipment with Booms, including jibs, 150 feet and over, and less than 200 feet long. GROUP VIII. Operators on Equipment with Booms, including jibs, 200 feet and over; Tower Cranes; and Whirlie Cranes. GROUP IX. Mechanic

TRUCK DRIVER - BUILDING, HEAVY AND HIGHWAY CONSTRUCTION Class 1. Drivers on 2 axle trucks hauling less than 9 ton. Air compressor and welding machines and brooms, including those pulled by separate units, truck driver helpers, warehouse employees, mechanic helpers, greasers and tiremen, pickup trucks when hauling materials, tools, or workers to and from and on-the-job site, and fork lifts up to 6,000 lb. capacity. Class 2. Two or three axle trucks hauling more than 9 ton but hauling less than 16 ton. A-frame winch trucks, hydrolift trucks, vactor trucks or similar equipment when used for transportation purposes. Fork lifts over 6,000 lb. capacity, winch trucks, four axle combination units, and ticket writers. Class 3. Two, three or four axle trucks hauling 16 ton or more. Drivers on water pulls, articulated dump trucks, mechanics and working forepersons, and dispatchers. Five axle or more combination units. Class 4.

Low Boy and Oil Distributors.

Class 5. Drivers who require special protective clothing while employed on hazardous waste work. TRUCK DRIVER - OIL AND CHIP RESEALING ONLY. This shall encompass laborers, workers and mechanics who drive contractor or subcontractor owned, leased, or hired pickup, dump, service, or oil distributor trucks. The work includes transporting materials and equipment (including but not limited to, oils, aggregate supplies, parts, machinery and tools) to or from the job site; distributing oil or liquid asphalt and aggregate; stock piling material when in connection with the actual oil and chip contract. The Truck Driver (Oil & Chip Resealing) wage classification does not include supplier delivered materials.

TERRAZZO FINISHER The handling of all materials used for Mosaic and Terrazzo work including preparing, mixing by hand, by mixing machine or transporting of pre-mixed materials and distributing with shovel, rake, hoe, or pail, all kinds of concrete foundations necessary for Mosaic and Terrazzo work, all cement terrazzo, magnesite terrazzo, Do-O-Tex terrazzo, epoxy matrix ter-razzo, exposed aggregate, rustic or rough washed for exterior or interior of buildings placed either by machine or by hand, and any other kind of mixture of plastics composed of chips or granules when mixed with cement, rubber, neoprene, vinyl,

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magnesium chloride or any other resinous or chemical substances used for seamless flooring systems, and all other building materials, all similar materials and all precast terrazzo work on jobs, all scratch coat used for Mosaic and Terrazzo work and sub-bed, tar paper and wire mesh (2x2 etc.) or lath. The rubbing, grinding, cleaning and finishing of same either by hand or by machine or by terrazzo resurfacing equipment on new or existing floors. When necessary finishers shall be allowed to assist the mechanics to spread sand bed, lay tarpaper and wire mesh (2x2 etc.) or lath. The finishing of cement floors where additional aggregate of stone is added by spreading or sprinkling on top of the finished base, and troweled or rolled into the finish and then the surface is ground by grinding machines.

Other Classifications of Work: For definitions of classifications not otherwise set out, the Department generally has on file such definitions which are available. If a task to be performed is not subject to one of the classifications of pay set out, the Department will upon being contacted state which neighboring county has such a classification and provide such rate, such rate being deemed to exist by reference in this document. If no neighboring county rate applies to the task, the Department shall undertake a special determination, such special determination being then deemed to have existed under this determination. If a project requires these, or any classification not listed, please contact IDOL at 217-782-1710 for wage rates or clarifications. LANDSCAPING Landscaping work falls under the existing classifications for laborer, operating engineer and truck driver. The work performed by landscape plantsman and landscape laborer is covered by the existing classification of laborer. The work performed by landscape operators (regardless of equipment used or its size) is covered by the classifications of operating engineer. The work performed by landscape truck drivers (regardless of size of truck driven) is covered by the classifications of truck driver.

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BID BOND KNOWN ALL MEN BY THESE PRESENTS, That we, ___________________________________________________________________________________ _______________________________________________________________(hereinafter called the “Principal”), As Principal, and the __________________________________________________________________________ ________________________________________________, of ________________________________________, A corporation duly organized uder the laws of the State of ____________________________________________. (Hereinafter called the “Surety”), as Surety, are held and firmly bound unto THE BOARD OF TRUSTEES OF SOUTHERN ILLINOIS UNIVERSITY, (Hereinafter called the “Obligee”), in the sum or percentage of ___________________________________________________________________________Dollars/Percentage ($_________________ or ____________________%), for the payment of which sum well and truly to be made, the said Principal and the said Surety, bind ourselves, our heirs, executors, administrators, successors and assigns, jointly and severally, firmly by these presents. The condition of this obligation such that WHEREAS, the Principal has submitted a bid for __________________________________________________________________________________________ ________________________________________________________________________________________________ NOW, THEREFORE, if the Obligee shall accept the bid of the Principal and the Principal shall enter into a formal contract with the Obligee in accordance with the terms of such bid and give such bond or bonds as may be specified in the bidding or contract documents with good and sufficient surety qualified in accordance with the requirements of the bidding or contract documents, which bond or bonds shall assure the faithful performance of such contract and the prompt payment for labor and material furnished in the prosecution thereof, or in the event of the failure of the Principal to enter such contract and give such bond or bonds, if the Principal shall pay the Obligee the difference not to exceed the penalty hereof between the amount specified in said bid and such larger amount for which the Obligee may in good faith contract with another party to perform the work covered by said bid, then this obligation shall be null and void, otherwise to remain in full force and effect. Signed and sealed this ___________________________day of ______________________________ A.D. 20________.

_________________________________________________(Seal) Principal _______________________________ _________________________________________________ Title ________________________________________________(Seal) Surety ______________________________ ________________________________________________ Title

PRODUCT SUBSTITUTION FORM

The Bidder should submit this form prior to the bid opening for SIUE Engineer/Architect approval. The Base Bid include only those products specified in the bidding documents. Following is a list of substitute products which bidder proposes to furnish on this project, with the difference in price being added to or deducted from the Base Bid. Bidder understands that acceptance of any proposed substitutions is at SIUE’s option. Approval or rejection of any substitutions listed below will be indicated prior to accepting bid proposals. MANUFACTURER’S NAME AND PRODUCT

ADD

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EVALUATION: SIUE and Engineer will evaluate the submitted substitutions. If approved, all bidders shall be notified via addendum of approved substitutions.

Bidder’s Name: __________________________________________

CONTRACTUAL SERVICES NO BID REPLY FORM BIDDER: If for any reason you are not submitting a bid on this Request, we ask that you check one or more reasons below and return to us in the return bid envelope. From our study of these reasons, we are hopeful that we can develop future bid packages which will elicit your bid. NOTE: If you will return the form immediately under separate cover, we will attempt to address your concern prior to the bid opening on this Request. We hereby submit a ΑNo Bid≅ because: ()

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We are not interested in contracting through the bid process.

()

2.

We are unable to prepare the bid form and conform with your requirements in time to meet the due date.

()

3.

We do not wish to bid under the terms and conditions of the request for bid document. Objections: ______________________________________________ __________________________________________________________________ _________________________________________________________________.

()

4.

We do not feel we can be competitive.

()

5.

We do not wish to contract with a State agency. Objections: ________________________________________________________ __________________________________________________________________ _________________________________________________________________.

()

6.

We do not provide the services on which bids are requested.

()

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Other:____________________________________________________________ __________________________________________________________________ _________________________________________________________________. ()

Remain on

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The list of bidders Be deleted from

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Firm________________________________ Signed______________________________

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Vendor shall identify in this section the names and addresses of all subcontractors to be utilized by  Vendor in the performance of the Contract, together with the anticipated amount of money each  subcontractor  is  expected  to  receive  pursuant  to  the  Contract.    For  purposes  of  this  section,  a   “subcontractor” is someone who is (1) specifically hired to provide to the Vendor some or all of  the goods, services, property, remuneration, or other forms of consideration that are the subject  of this Contract and (2) whose subcontract under the Contract will have a total value of $25,000 or  more.   

A copy of each subcontract issued pursuant to the Contract shall be provided to the University at    the address listed below within 20 days after the execution of the Contract or after execution of    the subcontract, whichever is later.  It is preferred that the subcontract be provided in PDF format.          Buyer:  Shelly Albert  Address:  SIUE, Purchasing, Box 1012, Edwardsville, IL 62026‐1012  Phone:  618‐650‐3265  Email:  [email protected]      If  at  any  time  during  the  term  of  the  Contract,  Vendor  adds  or  changes  any  subcontractors,    Vendor will be required to notify the University promptly (at the address listed in #2 above) of the    names   and  addresses  and  the  expected  amount  of  money  that  each  new  or  replaced    subcontractor  will  receive  pursuant  to  the  Contract.  Copies  of  any  new  subcontracts  must  be    submitted as set forth in #2 above.    Any  subcontracts  entered  into  prior  to  award  of  the  Contract  are  done  at  the  Vendor’s  and    subcontractor’s risk.      All  subcontracts  must  include  the  Standard  Qualifications,  Certifications,  &  Disclosures    Attachment,  completed  by  the  subcontractor.    Contractors  should  copy  these  forms  from  the    Contract and insure they are included and provided as part of all subcontracts    List all subcontractor information including name, address, phone, email, and anticipated amount    to be paid on the following page.               

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PROJECT MANUAL for

Fermentation Suite Piping for the

National Corn-to Ethanol Research Center Southern Illinois University – Edwardsville Edwardsville, IL 62025 CONTRACTS: Heating, Piping, and Temperature Controls

Bid Documents Date: May 17, 2012

Burns & McDonnell Project No. 57642

SOUTHERN ILLINOIS UNIVERSITY EDWARDSVILLE Fermentation Suite Piping

May 2012

TABLE OF CONTENTS DIVISION 01 – GENERAL REQUIREMENTS 01110 01330 01370 01370-A 01400 01420 01500 01520 01530 01580 01600 01780 01785

SUMMARY OF WORK SUBMITTALS SAFETY AND EMERGENCY RESPONSE SITE SPECIFIC CONTRACTOR SAFETY ORIENTATION QUALITY REQUIREMENTS DEFINITIONS AND STANDARDS TEMPORARY FACILITIES FIELD OFFICES AND SHEDS TEMPORARY BARRIERS AND CONTROLS PROJECT IDENTIFICATION AND SIGNS EQUIPMENT AND MATERIALS CONTRACT CLOSEOUT WARRANTIES

1-4 1-8 1-5 1-6 1-6 1-3 1-2 1-2 1-3 1-1 1-5 1-5 1-3

ATTACHMENTS Pre-seed Fermenter Demolition Subproject CIP Modifications Subproject Process Vent Subproject Fermenter Fill – Process Piping Subproject Fermenter Fill – Utility Piping Subproject Specifications Engineering Guidelines *Reference – Specification *Reference - Piping Specification Standard *Reference - Hanger and Support Details *Reference - Penetration Details

1-5 1-4 1-5 1-5 1-6 1-18 1-4 1-40 1-7 1-2 1-2

*This is a document provided by Owner, not edited by Burns & McDonnell Engineering Co., that shall be used by Contractor as referenced in Subproject Attachments for this project.

TABLE OF CONTENTS

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SOUTHERN ILLINOIS UNIVERSITY EDWARDSVILLE Fermentation Suite Piping

May 2012

DIVISION 1 - GENERAL REQUIREMENTS

SECTION 01110 - SUMMARY OF WORK PART 1 - GENERAL 1.01

SUMMARY: A.

This Section summarizes the Work covered in detail in the complete Contract Documents.

B.

Owner: The Board of Trustees of the Southern Illinois University governing Southern Illinois University Edwardsville is contracting for Work described in the Contract Documents.

C.

1.

Contract Identification: Fermentation Suite Piping

2.

Work Site Location: National Corn-to-Ethanol Research Center, 400 University Park Drive, Edwardsville, Illinois 62025

Engineer: The Contract Documents were prepared by Burns & McDonnell Engineering Company, Inc., 425 South Woods Mill Drive, Chesterfield, Missouri 63017.

D.

Resident Project Engineer: Burns & McDonnell Engineering Company has been engaged as Resident Project Engineer to serve as an advisor to Owner and to provide assistance in administering the Contracts between Owner and each Contractor, according to a separate agreement between Owner and Resident Project Engineer.

E.

Project Coordinator: Burns & McDonnell Engineering Company has been appointed by Owner to serve as Project Coordinator.

1.02

PROJECT DESCRIPTION: A.

Description of Project: 1.

National Corn-to-Ethanol Research Center is installing equipment to expand its fermentation capabilities. This project will provide the piping systems to integrate the equipment into the existing facility.

2. B.

Substantial Completion is required by August 24, 2012.

Work Covered by Contract Documents: There are five subprojects a part of this contract: Preseed Fermenter Demolition, CIP Modifications, Process Vent, Fermenter Fill – Process Piping, and Fermenter Fill – Utility Piping. Refer to the Summary of Work provided for each subproject in the Attachments.

SUMMARY OF WORK

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SECTION 01110 - SUMMARY OF WORK: continued

1.03

WORK BY OTHERS: A.

Work Under Other Contracts: Owner will contract separately for electrical, insulation, and painting work.

B.

Work by Owner: Owner will provide materials listed in the Bill of Materials included on each isometric drawing. Refer to the isometric drawings provided for each subproject in the Attachments.

C.

Other Activities: Owner’s is planning to operate the pilot plant July 5, 2012 through July 16, 2012. Work under this Contract may proceed while the pilot plant is operating except such construction activities that would cause interruption or impede the Owner’s ability to efficiently perform operational functions. Contractor’s plans for work tasks and activities during these periods shall be submitted at least 1 week in advance of this period for review and approval by Owner. Contractor shall consider this period when planning and scheduling all work activities. No claim for additional time or compensation will be considered for work tasks or activities that must be postponed in order to prevent impact on Owner’s ability to operate the facility and systems during these periods except if the Owner changes the operation schedule after the work activities have been approved by Owner.

1.04

CONTRACTOR'S USE OF PREMISES: A.

Exclusive Use: During the construction period, Contractor will NOT have full use of the premises for execution of the Work.

B.

Limited Use: 1.

Limit use of the premises for storage and execution of the Work to allow for work by other contractors and Owner occupancy.

1.05

2.

Coordinate with other separate contractors and Owner to avoid interference of operations.

3.

Conduct operations so as to ensure the least inconvenience to Owner.

OWNER'S USE OF PREMISES: A.

Full Owner Occupancy: The Owner will occupy the Site and existing building during the entire construction period. Cooperate with the Owner during construction operations to minimize conflicts and facilitate Owner usage. Perform the Work so as not to interfere with the Owner's operations.

SUMMARY OF WORK

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SECTION 01110 - SUMMARY OF WORK: continued

1.06

WORK SEQUENCE: A.

General: Construction sequence shall be determined by Contractor (subject to Owner's need for continuous operation of existing facilities).

B.

Continuous Service of Existing Facilities: Exercise caution and schedule operations to ensure that functioning of present facilities will not be disrupted. Shutdown of Owner's operating facilities to perform the Work shall be held to a minimum length of time and shall be coordinated with Owner who shall have control over the timing and schedules of such shutdowns.

1.07

OWNER-FURNISHED EQUIPMENT AND MATERIALS: A.

Materials: Owner has purchased materials included on the Bill of Materials for each subproject. All materials purchased by Owner will be available on-site to Contractor by Resident Project Engineer at Notice-to-Proceed.

B.

C.

Owner's Responsibilities: 1.

Arrange and pay for Material delivery to the Site.

2.

Deliver Supplier's bill of materials to Contractor.

3.

Inspect deliveries.

4.

Submit claims for transportation damage.

5.

Arrange for replacement of damaged, defective, or missing items.

Contractor's Responsibilities: 1.

Fabricate, install, clean, test, and inspect materials as stipulated in the Specifications and Reference Specifications.

2. 1.08

Repair or replace items damaged by Contractor's operations.

MEASUREMENT AND PAYMENT: A.

Lump Sum Contracts: All Work indicated and specified in the Contract Documents shall be included in the Lump Sum Contract Price.

1.09

COPIES OF DOCUMENTS: A.

Furnished Copies: Contractor will be provided a CD with all Contract Documents. Zero paper copies of the Contract Documents will be furnished to the Contractor.

SUMMARY OF WORK

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SECTION 01110 - SUMMARY OF WORK: continued PART 2 - PRODUCTS - Not Applicable. PART 3 - EXECUTION – Not Applicable.

END OF SECTION 01110

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SECTION 01330 - SUBMITTALS PART 1 - GENERAL 1.01 A. B. 1.02 A.

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SUMMARY: This Section includes definitions, descriptions, transmittal, and review of Submittals. Related Work Specified Elsewhere: 1. SECTION 01780: - CONTRACT CLOSEOUT. GENERAL INFORMATION: Definitions: 1. Shop Drawings, product data, and Samples are technical Submittals prepared by Contractor, Subcontractor, manufacturer, or Supplier and submitted by Contractor to Engineer as a basis for approval of the use of Equipment and Materials proposed for incorporation in the Work or needed to describe installation, operation, maintenance, or technical properties, as specified in each Division of the Specifications. a. Shop Drawings include custom-prepared data of all types including drawings, diagrams, material schedules, templates, instructions, and similar information not in standard printed form applicable to other projects. b. Product data includes standard printed information on materials, products, and systems; not custom-prepared for this Project, other than the designation of selections from available choices. c. Samples include both fabricated and unfabricated physical examples of materials, products, and Work; both as complete units and as smaller portions of units of Work; either for limited visual inspection or (where indicated) for more detailed testing and analysis. Mock-ups are a special form of Samples which are too large to be handled in the specified manner for transmittal of Sample Submittals. 2. Informational Submittals are those technical reports, administrative Submittals, certificates, and guarantees not defined as Shop Drawings, product data, or Samples. a. Technical reports include laboratory reports, tests, technical procedures, technical records, and Contractor's design analysis. b. Administrative Submittals are those nontechnical Submittals required by the Contract Documents or deemed necessary for administrative records. These Submittals include maintenance agreements, Bonds, physical work records, statements of applicability, copies of industry standards, Project record data, schedules, security/protection/safety data, and similar type Submittals. c. Certificates and guarantees are those Submittals on Equipment and Materials where a written certificate or guarantee from the manufacturer or Supplier is called for in the Specifications. 3. Refer to ARTICLES 1.03 and 1.04 of this Part for detailed lists of Submittals and specific requirements. Quality Requirements: 1. Submittals such as Shop Drawings and product data shall be of suitable quality for legibility and reproduction purposes. Every line, character, and letter shall be clearly legible. Drawings such as reproducibles shall be useable for further reproduction to yield legible hard copy. 2. Documents submitted to Engineer that do not conform to specified requirements shall be subject to rejection by Engineer, and upon request by Engineer, Contractor shall resubmit

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conforming documents. If conforming Submittals cannot be obtained, such documents shall be retraced, redrawn, or photographically restored as may be necessary to meet such requirements. Contractor's (or its Subcontractor's) failure to initially satisfy the legibility quality requirements will not relieve Contractor (or its Subcontractors) from meeting the required schedule for Submittals. Language and Dimensions: 1. All words and dimensional units shall be in the English language. 2. Metric dimensional unit equivalents may be stated in addition to the English units. However, English units of measurement shall prevail. 3. All words shall be in the English language, for use at the construction Site. Submittal Completeness: 1. Submittals shall be complete with respect to dimensions, design criteria, materials of construction, and other information specified to enable Engineer to review the information effectively. 2. Where standard drawings are furnished which cover a number of variations of the general class of Materials, each drawing shall be annotated to indicate exactly which parts of the drawing apply to the Materials being furnished. Use hatch marks to indicate variations that do not apply to the Submittal. The use of "highlighting markers" will not be an acceptable means of annotating Submittals. Annotation shall also include proper identification of the Submittal permanently attached to the drawing. 3. Reproductions or copies of Contract Drawings or portions thereof will not be accepted as complete fabrication or erection drawings. Contractor may use a reproduction of Contract Drawings for erection drawings to indicate information on erection or to identify detail drawing references. Whenever the Drawings are revised to show this additional Contractor information, Engineer's title block shall be replaced with Contractor's title block, and Engineer's professional seal shall be removed from the drawing. Contractor shall revise these erection drawings for subsequent Engineer revisions to the Contract Drawings. Form of Submittals: 1. Submittals and other Project documents shall be transmitted in electronic format or as specified. a. Selected Submittals may be provided in paper ("hardcopy") copies with advance approval of Engineer, and using procedures specified herein. 2. Electronic Format using: a. Scanned Submittals and documents are not acceptable. Transmit Submittal and Project documents in: (1) Adobe Acrobat PDF files created directly from native electronic format, or (2) Engineer-approved equal. (3) Electronic Submittals in .tif format are permitted only with specific Engineer approval. b. Each drawing shall be submitted with an electronic filename that is equivalent to the drawing number, and any resubmitted drawing shall use the same filename as the original file name each time. c. Contractor Submittals shall be accompanied with a completed transmittal letter. Submittals that are not accompanied with an approved transmittal letter will not be accepted and will be returned to Contractor. d. All Contractor transmittal letters submitted to Engineer shall be in the form supplied and shall contain as a minimum the following information:

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(1) Contractor's Name. (2) Engineer's Project number. (3) Engineer's Contract number. (4) Filename. (5) Description of the information contained in the specific Submittal. (6) Revision number. (7) Submittal type. (8) Date of Submittal. e. Nonconforming Submittals are subject to rejection by Engineer. 3. Engineer's review comments may be provided electronically in Adobe Acrobat PDF format. Form of Submittals: 1. Provide "as-constructed" Submittals, record documents, and other documents on CDROM in Adobe Acrobat PDF format as required and approved by Owner. TECHNICAL SUBMITTALS: Items shall include, but not be limited to, the following: 1. Shop fabrication and erection drawings. Schedule of Submittals: 1. Prepare for Engineer's concurrence, a schedule for submission of all Submittals specified or necessary for Engineer's approval of the use of Equipment and Materials proposed for incorporation in the Work or needed for proper installation, operation, or maintenance. Submit the schedule with the construction progress schedule. Schedule submission of all Submittals to permit review, fabrication, and delivery in time so as to not cause a delay in the Work of Contractor or its Subcontractors or any other contractors as described in the Contract Documents. 2. In establishing schedule for Submittals, allow seven days in Engineer's office for reviewing original Submittals and seven days in Engineer's office for reviewing resubmittals. 3. Submittals requiring revision shall be resubmitted within three days after receipt of Engineer's review notations. 4. The schedule shall indicate the anticipated dates of original submission for each item and Engineer's approval thereof, and shall be based upon at least one resubmission of each item. 5. Schedule all Submittals (Shop Drawings, product data, and Samples) required prior to fabrication or manufacture for submission. Schedule Submittals pertaining to storage, installation, and operation at the Site for Engineer's approval prior to delivery of the Equipment and Materials. 6. Resubmit Submittals the number of times required for Engineer's "Submittal Approved." However, any need for resubmittals in excess of the number set forth in the accepted schedule, or any other delay in obtaining approval of Submittals, will not be grounds for extension of the Contract Times, provided Engineer completes its reviews within the times specified. 7. Where a Submittal is required by the Contract Documents or the accepted schedule of Submittals, any related Work performed prior to Engineer's review and approval of the pertaining Submittal will be at the sole expense and responsibility of Contractor. Transmittal of Submittals:

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All Submittals (Shop Drawings, product data, and Samples) for Equipment and Materials furnished by Contractor, Subcontractors, manufacturers, and Suppliers shall be submitted to Engineer by Contractor. After checking and verifying all field measurements, transmit all Submittals to Engineer for approval as follows: a. Submittal Information Block: (1) Affix to all paper copies whether Submittal is prepared by Contractor, Subcontractor, or Supplier. Use transparent decal type Submittal Information Blocks for Shop Drawings and use gummed paper type for product data and Sample Submittals. All Submittal Information Blocks needed for this Contract will be furnished to Contractor at no charge at the initial coordination conference. (2) Electronic files of Submittal Information Blocks will be provided to Contractor for use on electronic Submittals. b. Mark each Submittal by Project name and number, Contract title and number, and applicable Specification Section and Article number. Include in the letter of transmittal the Drawing number and title, sheet number (if applicable), revision number, and electronic filename (if applicable). Unidentifiable Submittals will be returned for proper identification. c. Check and approve Submittals of Subcontractors, Suppliers, and manufacturers prior to transmitting them to Engineer. Contractor's submission shall constitute a representation to Owner and Engineer that Contractor approves Submittals and has determined and verified all design criteria, quantities, dimensions, field construction and installation criteria, materials, catalog numbers, compliance with Laws and Regulations, and similar data, and Contractor assumes full responsibility for doing so; and Contractor has coordinated each Submittal with the requirements of the Work and the Contract Documents. d. At the time of each submission, call to the attention of Engineer in the letter of transmittal any deviations from requirements of the Contract Documents. e. Make all modifications noted or indicated by Engineer and return the required number of revised Submittals until approved. Direct specific attention in writing, or on revised Submittals, to changes other than the modifications called for by Engineer on previous Submittals. After paper copy Submittals have been approved, submit copies thereof for final distribution. Previously approved Submittals transmitted for final distribution will not be further reviewed and are not to be revised. If errors are discovered during manufacture or fabrication, correct the Submittal and resubmit for review. f. Following completion of the Work and prior to final payment, furnish record documents and approved Samples and Shop Drawings necessary to indicate "as constructed" conditions, including field modifications, in the number of copies specified. Furnish additional copies for insertion in Equipment instruction books and operating manuals as required. All such copies shall be clearly marked "PROJECT RECORD." (1) Submit a final record copy of the Drawing list which shall indicate the final revision status of each drawing on the list. g. Keep a copy or sample of each Submittal in good order at the Site.

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Quantity Requirements: a. Except as otherwise specified, transmit all Shop Drawings in the following quantities: (1) Initial Submittal: (a) Paper - three copies to Resident Project Engineer. One copy will be returned to Contractor. (b) Electronic - One copy to Resident Project Engineer. (2) Resubmittals: (a) Paper - three copies to Resident Project Engineer. One copy will be returned to Contractor. (b) Electronic - One copy to Resident Project Engineer. (3) Submittal for final distribution: (a) Paper - three copies plus the number required by Contractor, to Resident Project Engineer. (b) Electronic - One copy to Resident Project Engineer. (4) As-constructed documents: (a) Paper - three copies to Resident Project Engineer. (b) Electronic - One copy to Resident Project Resident Project Engineer. (One copy to Owner.) b. Transmit Submittals of product data as follows: (1) Initial Submittal: (a) Paper - three copies to Resident Project Engineer. One copy will be returned to Contractor. (b) Electronic - One copy to Engineer. (2) Resubmittals: (a) Paper - three copies to Resident Project Engineer. One copy will be returned to Contractor. (b) Electronic - One copy to Resident Project Engineer. (3) Submittal for final distribution: (a) Paper - three copies plus the number of copies required by Contractor, to Resident Project Engineer. (b) Electronic - One copy to Resident Project Engineer. c. Transmit Submittals of Material Samples and similar items as follows: (1) Initial Submittal - three to Resident Project Engineer. (2) Resubmittal - three to Resident Project Engineer. (3) Upon approval, three Sample(s) will be returned to Contractor. d. When all Submittals have been updated to "as-constructed" conditions, transmit to Resident Project Engineer and Owner in electronic format. e. Owner may copy and use for internal operations and staff training purposes any and all document Submittals required by this Contract and approved for final distribution, whether or not such documents are copyrighted, at no additional cost to Owner. If permission to copy any such Submittal for the purposes stated is unreasonably withheld from Owner by Contractor or any Subcontractor, manufacturer, or Supplier, Contractor shall provide to Resident Project Engineer three copies plus the number of copies required by Contractor at each final distribution issue. Engineer's Review: 1. Engineer will review and take appropriate action on Submittals in accordance with the accepted schedule of Submittals. Engineer's review and approval will be only to

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determine if the items of Equipment and Materials covered by the Submittals will, after installation or incorporation in the Work, conform to information given in the Contract Documents and be compatible with the design concept of the completed Project as a functioning whole as indicated by the Contract Documents. 2. Engineer's review and approval will not extend to design data reflected in Submittals which is peculiarly within the special expertise of Contractor or Contractor's Subcontractors or Suppliers. Review and approval of a component item as such will not indicate approval of the assembly in which the item functions. 3. Engineer's review and approval of Shop Drawings, product data, or Samples will not relieve Contractor of responsibility for any deviation from requirements of the Contract Documents unless Contractor has in writing called Engineer's attention to such deviation at the time of submission, and Engineer has given written concurrence in and approval of the specific deviation. Approval by Engineer shall not relieve Contractor from responsibility for errors or omissions in Submittals. Submittal Action Stamp: 1. Engineer's review action stamp, appropriately completed, will appear on all Submittals of Contractor when returned by Engineer. Review status designations listed on Engineer's action stamp are defined as follows: A - SUBMITTAL APPROVED: Signifies Equipment or Material represented by the Submittal conforms with the design concept and complies with the intent of the Contract Documents and is approved for incorporation in the Work. Contractor is to proceed with fabrication or procurement of the items and with related Work. Copies of the Submittal are to be transmitted to Engineer for final distribution. B - SUBMITTAL APPROVED AS NOTED (RESUBMIT): Signifies Equipment and Material represented by the Submittal conforms with the design concept and complies with the intent of the Contract Documents and is approved for incorporation in the Work in accordance with Engineer's notations. Contractor is to proceed with fabrication or procurement of the items and with related Work in accordance with Engineer's notations and is to submit a revised Submittal responsive to notations marked on the returned Submittal or written in the letter of transmittal. C - SUBMITTAL RETURNED FOR REVISION (RESUBMIT): Signifies Equipment and Material represented by the Submittal appears to conform with the design concept and comply with the intent of the Contract Documents but information is either insufficient in detail or contains discrepancies which prevent Engineer from completing its review. Contractor is to resubmit revised information responsive to Engineer's annotations on the returned Submittal or written in the letter of transmittal. Fabrication or procurement of items represented by the Submittal and related Work is not to proceed until the Submittal is approved.

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D - SUBMITTAL NOT APPROVED (SUBMIT ANEW): Signifies Equipment and Material represented by the Submittal does not conform with the design concept or comply with the intent of the Contract Documents and is disapproved for use in the Work. Contractor is to provide Submittals responsive to the Contract Documents. E - PRELIMINARY SUBMITTAL: Signifies Submittals of such preliminary nature that a determination of conformance with the design concept or compliance with the intent of the Contract Documents must be deferred until additional information is furnished. Contractor is to submit such additional information to permit layout and related activities to proceed. F - FOR REFERENCE, NO APPROVAL REQUIRED: Signifies Submittals which are for supplementary information only; pamphlets, general information sheets, catalog cuts, standard sheets, bulletins and similar data, all of which are useful to Engineer or Owner in design, operation, or maintenance, but which by their nature do not constitute a basis for determining that items represented thereby conform with the design concept or comply with the intent of the Contract Documents. Engineer reviews such Submittals for general content but not for basic details.

F.

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G - DISTRIBUTION COPY (PREVIOUSLY APPROVED): Signifies Submittals which have been previously approved and are being distributed to Contractor, Owner, Resident Project Engineer, and others for coordination and construction purposes. Samples: 1. Office Samples shall be of sufficient size and quantity to clearly illustrate the following: a. Functional characteristics of the product, with integrally related parts and attachment devices. b. Full range of color, texture, and pattern. c. Material, manufacturer, pertinent catalog number, and intended use. 2. Field Samples: a. Size or area shall be as specified in respective Specification Section. b. Fabricate each Sample complete and finished. INFORMATIONAL SUBMITTALS: Informational Submittals are comprised of technical reports, administrative Submittals, and guarantees which relate to the Work, but do not require Engineer approval prior to proceeding with the Work. Informational Submittals include: 1. Welder qualification tests. 2. Welding procedure qualification tests. 3. X-ray and radiographic reports. 4. Hydrostatic testing of pipes. 5. Field test reports. 6. Concrete cylinder test reports.

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Certification on Materials: a. Steel mill tests. b. Roofing laboratory tests. c. Paint laboratory tests. d. Metal paneling laboratory tests. e. Cement tests. 8. Piping stress analysis. 9. Shipping or packing lists. 10. Job progress schedules. 11. Material delivery schedules. 12. Warranties and guarantees. Transmittal of Informational Submittals: 1. All informational Submittals furnished by Subcontractors, manufacturers, and Suppliers shall be submitted to Resident Project Engineer by Contractor unless otherwise specified. a. Identify each informational Submittal by Project name and number, Contract title and number, and Specification Section and Article number marked thereon or in letter of transmittal. Unidentifiable Submittals will be returned for proper identification. b. At the time of each submission, call to the attention of Engineer in the letter of transmittal any deviations from requirements of the Contract Documents. 2. Quantity Requirements: a. Technical reports and administrative Submittals except as otherwise specified: (1) Paper: three copies to Resident Project Engineer. (2) Electronic: One to Resident Project Engineer. b. Written Certificates and Guarantees: (1) Engineer: three copies. 3. Test Reports: a. Responsibilities of Contractor, Owner, and Engineer regarding tests and inspections of Equipment and Materials and completed Work are set forth elsewhere in these Contract Documents. b. The party specified responsible for testing or inspection shall in each case, unless otherwise specified, arrange for the testing laboratory or reporting agency to distribute test reports as follows: (1) Owner: Two copies. (2) Engineer: Two copies. (3) Resident Project Engineer: One copy. (4) Contractor: Two copies. (5) Manufacturer or Supplier: One copy. Engineer's Review: 1. Engineer will review informational Submittals for indications of Work, Equipment, or Material deficiencies. 2. Engineer will respond to Contractor on those informational Submittals which indicate Work or Material deficiency.

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SECTION 01370 – SAFETY AND EMERGENCY RESPONSE PART 1 - GENERAL 1.01 A. B.

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SUMMARY: This Section addresses special procedures and requirements that shall be followed for protection of health and safety of persons at the Project Site. Health and safety requirements established in this Section are based on Site conditions anticipated from available Site data. 1. Procedures are intended for work activities including, but not limited to: a. Hot work. b. Lock-out Tag-out. c. Fall protection. d. Personnel Protective Equipment 2. Procedures are subject to review and revision based on actual conditions encountered at the Site. Before work at the Site proceeds, all personnel involved in performing work activities shall read, understand, and sign the Site-specific health and safety plan (SHSP) prepared by Contractor. The NCERC may have clients utilizing the pilot plant dry grind unit operations. Some clients may bring Bio-Safety Level 1 (BSL-1); Genetically Modified Material (GMM) or Genetically Modified Organisms (GMO) into the pilot plant for use with their specific research protocol. If BSL-1 material or organisms are to be present in the pilot plant, NCERC will provide mandatory training to contractor personnel prior to the contractor personnel performing work in the pilot plant. 1. The training will include: a. Description of hazard. b. What might happen if exposed. c. How contractor will know if a potential exposure exists. d. How might workers be exposed. Airborne or in a liquid in a pump, pipe, instrument or vessel. e. Appropriate PPE. For NCERC Site-Specific Contractor Orientation Plan, the contractor is exempt from disciplinary actions required by that plan. Disciplinary actions are the responsibility of the employing Contractor under this plan. All violations will be reported by Resident Project Engineer to Owner and Owner’s Emergency Management and Safety Department. REFERENCES: Applicable Regulations: 1. Code of Federal Regulations (CFR): a. Title 29, Part 1910 – Occupational Safety and Health Standards. b. Title 29, Part 1926 – Safety and Health Regulations for Construction. SUBMITTALS: Submit as specified in DIVISION 1. Submittals shall include, but are not limited to: 1. Site health and safety plan (SHSP).

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Personnel certificates of training. Daily logs of air monitoring. Site entry register. Daily hot work permits.

SITE HEALTH AND SAFETY PLAN: General: Contractor shall prepare and submit a Site Health and Safety Plan (SHSP) for review by Resident Project Engineer and Owner. Resident Project Engineer and Owner shall be notified in writing and consulted before any changes to SHSP are implemented. Contractor shall include as a minimum the items described in the following paragraphs. Key Personnel: 1. Contractor’s health and safety representative (HSR) shall: a. Monitor workers’ breathing zone and periodically at the Site for combustible gases. b. Oversee all operations at the Site. c. Maintain proper medical surveillance. d. Provide hazard communications to personnel at the Site. e. Train personnel in safe operating procedures. f. Advise Contractor on health and safety matters. 2. The SHSP shall name the HSR and an alternate, with necessary contact information. Health Risk Analysis: Contractor shall develop a health risk analysis to include as a minimum the following hazards which may be encountered at Site. 1. Chemical exposure risks: a. Presence and concentration of hazardous substances. b. Health risks associated with substances. 2. Potential for creating flammable or combustible atmosphere: a. Monitor for combustible dust and for methane gas from bacterial action and hydrocarbon mixtures, other organic volatiles, and oxygen level. b. Use positive controls and personnel evacuation as required. Training Requirements: 1. General: Contractor shall provide training for personnel, including supervisors, observers, and workers active on the Site who may possibly be exposed to contaminated material or other potential hazards associated with demolition and construction work. Training in safety precautions, procedures, and personal protective equipment shall comply with, but not be limited to: a. 29CFR 1910.120 (e) – Hazardous Waste Operations and Emergency ResponseTraining. b. 29CFR 1910.146 – Permit-required confined spaces. c. 29CFR 1910.1200 – Hazard communication. 2. Health and Safety Training: Prior to commencement of work activities, health and safety training shall be conducted by the HSR to review pertinent sections of the SHSP. a. All workers shall attend. b. Personnel not attending shall be given a similar pre-work orientation individually or in groups by the HSR. c. If a significant change in on-Site operations occurs during work activities, another Site-specific training session shall be given. d. A record of training and attendance shall be provided in the Project Safety log.

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Training Certification: Contractor shall submit copies of current training certifications for all Project personnel to Resident Project Engineer and Owner prior to entry onto the Work Site. 4. Site Visitors: A visitor seeking entry into an exclusion zone on Site shall present documents of current health and safety training and medical surveillance examination/certification equivalent to that required for on-Site work. a. HSR shall provide orientation on relevant sections of the SHSP. Personal Protective Equipment: 1. Contractor shall include in SHSP all personal protective equipment (PPE) anticipated for use on Site according to level of protection indicated by health risk analysis. 2. Level D (Safety Glasses, Hardhat, Safety-Toe Work Shoes, shirts with minimum 4 inch sleeves) shall be the minimum level of protection set for Site operations. Site Security and Control: 1. All persons at site must sign in at front desk. 2. Contractor shall keep a list of all personnel they have at the Site. Contingency Plan: 1. SHSP shall include a contingency plan for health and safety emergencies. 2. A copy of the contingency plan shall remain on-Site, signed by and available for review by all personnel.

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PERSONAL PROTECTIVE EQUIPMENT: Level of Protection. Contractor shall include in SHSP all personal protective equipment (PPE) anticipated for use on Site for: 1. Level D. 2. Modified Level D. 3. Level C. Level D Protection: Work activities shall begin with Level D protection unless Contractor’s preconstruction investigations require additional protective equipment. Level D protection shall consist of: 1. Appropriate work attire (no sleeveless shirts). 2. Work boots with steel toe and steel shank. 3. Hard hat. 4. Safety glasses. Modified Level D Protection: Shall consist of items in Level D and the following: 1. Disposal chemical resistant clothing such as manufactured by a. Kleengard. b. Tyvek. c. Saranex. Level C Protection: Shall consist of the following: 1. Full face chemical cartridge respirator (NIOSH approval) with GMS-H cartridges. 2. Hard hat. 3. Two-way radios which perform under expected Site conditions, terrain, and distance.

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PART 3 - EXECUTION 3.01 A.

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SITE SECURITY AND CONTROL: Work Zones: 1. An exclusion zone for work activities shall be established by the HSR. 2. Both zones shall be clearly delineated with the use of barrier tape or snow fencing. 3. Contractor’s Site office, parking area, and other support operations shall be located outside the exclusion zone, in the support zone. 4. Any changes in the exclusion zone shall be presented in a written SHSP amendment by the HSR to Owner for approval. 5. Boundaries of the exclusion zone shall be clearly posted by Contractor. Site Register: Contractor shall maintain a register of all personnel visiting, entering, or working on the Site. Signs: Before Site operations begin, Contractor shall post signs at the perimeter of the exclusion zone stating: HARARDOUS AREA – KEEP OUT DANGER – NO SMOKING AUTHORIZED PERSONNEL ONLY 1. Signs shall be printed in bold large letters on contrasting backgrounds. 2. Signs shall be visible from all points, where entry might occur and at such distances from the restricted area that personnel may read the signs and take necessary protective steps before entering. CONTINGENCY PLAN: The following part of the SHSP shall be posted in Site construction office trailers, kept in all Site vehicles, and provided to supervisory personnel on Site. 1. Emergency Action – Standard Operating Procedures: a. Name, address, and telephone number of the nearest medical treatment facility shall be conspicuously posted. A map and direction for locating the facility, plus the travel time, shall be readily available. b. If the facility lacks toxicological capability, arrangements shall be made for consultant services. c. Arrangements to quickly obtain ambulance, emergency, fire, and police services. Telephone numbers and procedures for obtaining these services shall be conspicuously posted. d. Prior to mobilization at the Site, personal contact shall be made with emergency room personnel, the poison control center, and the local fire department and police. If outside of an established town, contact shall be made with county officials and local emergency services. e. An eye wash kit and first aid equipment shall be readily available on Site. Personnel shall have first aid and medical emergency training. f. Sufficient water and/or dry chemical fire extinguisher and neutralizing agents shall be provided by the Contractor and maintained on Site to cope with any situation until emergency services can arrive. 2. Medical Emergencies: a. For any person who becomes ill or injured on Site and the injury or illness is minor, administer first aid then transport to medical facility for further treatment. If the

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patient’s condition is serious, administer first aid while awaiting ambulance or paramedics. First Aid Measures: If exposure/symptoms occur to personnel on Site, use the following procedures: a. Petroleum Products: (1) Eye Contact: Flush eye immediately with copious amount of water; repeat until irritation is eliminated. If prolonged irritation occurs for more than 15 minutes, seek medical attention. (2) Skin Contact: Wash exposed area with soap and water. If dermatitis or severe reddening occurs, seek medical attention. (3) Inhalation: Move person to fresh air. If symptom occurs for more than 15 minutes, seek medical attention. (4) Ingestion: Do not induce vomiting, seek immediate medical attention. Site-Specific Information: The following shall be provided on a Site-specific basis: a. Nearest Hospital: (1) Name. (2) Address. (3) Phone number. (4) Directions from the Site (map attached). b. Nearest Fire Department: (1) Phone number. c. Facility Contact: (1) Phone number. d. Other emergency contacts. Flammable Conditions: a. In the event that combustible vapors are greater than 25% but less than 20% of the LEL in the work area, the following steps shall be taken: (1) Eliminate all ignition sources. (2) Use intrinsically safe fan(s) to ventilate the work area.

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The National Corn-to-Ethanol Research Center Site-Specific Contractor Safety Orientation Updated: 8/3/2010 Contractor Information Contractor: ________________________________________________________ Sub-contractor (s)*:____________________________________________________ *Note: The listed contractor is responsible for all sub-contractors that they may hire.

NCERC Preapproval (Contractors must be approved prior to start of work) Contractor safety program/procedures received by NCERC? (Y/N)_____________ Previous Contractor? (Y/N)__________________ If yes, N/A remainder of this section. Programs Received by NCERC: _____________________________________________ _______________________________________________________________________ Date programs Received: _____________ Date programs Reviewed by safety officer: _____________ *Notes: 1. SIUE and the NCERC require all contractors to follow all applicable OSHA guidelines and regulations. The NCERC reserves the right to stop work and dismiss contractors for not following OSHA guidelines. NCERC retains the right to obtain all training documents for all contractor employees. 2. NCERC safety officer must receive all safety documents/programs/procedures 3 business days prior to the contractor start date.*

NCERC On-Site Safety Review Date: ________________________ (Date must be prior to start of work) Number of Employees:* _____________________ Description of work/project ________________________________________________________________________ ________________________________________________________________________ ________________________________________________________________________ ________________________________________________________________________ ________________________________________________________________________ * Note: If additional employees arrive to work for the contractor listed, the safety policies listed must be reviewed with those employees as well. It is the responsibility of the contractor to notify the NCERC staff if additional employees will be working at NCERC

Completed forms must be turned into the NCERC safety officer

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Safety Review Checklist In addition to the SIUE contractor safety program, the NCERC site specific contractor safety program below is a list of site specific safety and orientation topics that must be reviewed before work may begin

Safety Attire o Safety glasses, hard hat and shoes always o Long pants of non-synthetic material o Steel toe shoes recommended No eating or drinking in the plant or labs Contractors may only enter the building during normal hours (7-4:30). At least one authorized NCERC employee or representative must be present for contractors to begin work. o Contractors are not given access cards or an alarm code for the building. o Do not enter the building early or after hours. If work is required after normal hours, arrangements will be made o Authorized NCERC employees are employees working in the same area as the contractors, the NCERC safety officer, or management. Smoke in designated areas only. Illinois requires all smoking areas to be more than 15 feed from any entrance to the building Parking o Park on the side or back of the building if possible.  Leave enough space for thru traffic o The blacktop area of the parking lot is reserved for the building next door. Do not to park in these areas. Sign into the building every shift and sign out when leaving o The sign in sheet is located in the reception area in the front of the building. o One contractors may sign in all crew members Hearing protection o Hearing protection is required while plant is running  Plant should not be running during construction. NCERC staff will notify contractors if hearing protection is required o If work done by contractors will produce sufficient noise levels requiring hearing protection, contractors will notify all NCERC staff prior to starting such work. Tools o NCERC is not responsible for tools used by contractors. If they feel a need to lock up their tools every night, it is at their own discretion o Do not use NCERC tools PPE o Contractors are responsible for providing sufficient PPE for all personnel

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Fall Protections o Ladder safety  Contractors shall not use the top two rungs of a ladder. If contractors do not have proper ladders for the NCERC facility they will be asked to leave to obtain proper ladders. o Contractors are expected to follow OSHA guidelines for fall protection o Contractor shall provide proper fall protection for employees Confined Space o All NCERC confined spaces are labeled o If contracted work required the entry into a confines space, such work shall be coordinated with the NCERC safety officer. Safety Shower/Eyewash station o There are 6 safety shower and eyewash stations in the pilot plant. There is a safety shower and eyewash station in each lab. The locations are as follows  1st floor, southwest corner, next the PDX tanks  1st floor, northwest corner, next to the distillation area  1st floor, southeast corner, next to the evaporator  2nd floor, southwest corner, next to the slurry tank  2nd floor, southeast corner, next to the centrifuge  2nd floor, northeast corner, middle of wetmill Fire Extinguishers/Fire System o There are 10 fire extinguishers located in permanent locations in the plant as well as 1 on the roof, and 2 in each laboratory. o Contractors are expected to provide their own extinguishers for hot work operations. o There are pull boxes for the fire system located throughout the plant. Hot work permits o Contractors are expected to follow all hot work guidelines specified in NFPA 51b and have a hot work permit at the location of the hot work. o Contractors are expected to notify NCERC staff when hot work will be conducted and the areas that will be affected. o Contractors must provide equipment and personnel required for all hot work including fire extinguishers, fire blankets and fire watches. NCERC equipment and personnel shall not be used. o Contractors MAY NOT STORE GAS CYLINDERS INSIDE NCERC OVERNIGHT. Barricades o Contractors are expected to erect barricades with labels to restrict access to work areas when additional hazards are present. This includes hot work, overhead work, the use of cranes or booms and when guardrails are removed. o Contractors are expected to stay out of areas where a NCERC barricade has been erected. Radiation Safety o NCERC has a radiation source. Do not tamper with the instrument.

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o NCERC will notify personnel if working in the area where the instrument is located. Fork Truck Operations o Contractors are not allowed to operate the NCERC fork truck MSDS locations and review o The NCERC has MSDS sheets for all chemicals within the facilities and may be produced upon request if contractors have the potential to come into contact with these chemicals. o Contractors are required to provide the NCERC safety officer with MSDS sheets for all chemicals they may bring into the facility. Material Handling o Contractors are not to move, handle or manipulate any materials within the NCERC. This includes all acids, bases, chemicals and materials. o If a contractor needs these materials moved or relocated, they must notify NCERC personnel and NCERC will move the materials as needed. Emergency Action Plan, chemical Hygiene plan review and sign-in procedures o Assembly Points- In the event of an emergency, personnel will assemble in one of the following three locations. Contractors shall follow the NCERC representative to the correct assembly point depending on the type of emergency, discussed below.  Primary Evacuation Point-Outside the front of the building in the grassy area between the parking lot and the main road (University Drive)  Secondary Evacuation Point-Outside the back of the pilot plant away from the building in the grassy area behind the building. The secondary evacuation point shall only be used if the primary point is involved in the emergency.  Shelter Point-The laboratories. o Accountability- Stay with the NCERC representative during an emergency until given further notice. Do not attempt to leave, as staff will need to do a head count to ensure no persons are missing. o Emergencies  Fires- In the case that the fire alarms go off, personnel are to evacuate.  Medical Emergency-In the case of a medical emergency, notify emergency services by calling 911 and vacate the immediate vicinity await further instructions. Do not block the entrance as EMS personnel will arrive shortly.  Chemical Spill-In the event of a chemical spill, all personnel are to evacuate. In the event of a spill, the fire alarm will go off or a NCERC representative will inform you of the emergency  Natural Disasters-Weather radios are positioned throughout the NCERC that will notify personnel of the emergency and the type of emergency that is/will occur. Following are instructions for specific emergencies

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Tornados/High Winds- Stay away from windows and glass enclosures and proceed to the shelter point.  Earthquake-Avoid objects that may fall such as bookcases, file cabinets and other objects that may fall over. Proceed to the primary evacuation point. If you are unable to evacuate, take cover under a desk or large piece of furniture.  Power Failure-Stay calm and remain where you are and await further instructions from a NCERC representative Emergency Exits o There are emergency exits located throughout the building and exit signs are lit and visible. Electrical Hazards and LO/TO o Contractors are expected to provide their own LO/TO program and lockout/tagout signs, locks, hasps, etc. o Contractors are expected to notify NCERC personnel when LO/TO is needed and a group LO/TO will be used (contractor and NCERC lock). This must be coordinated with the NCERC safety officer. o Never remove NCERC locks. If the removal of a NCERC lock is required, coordinate this will the NCERC safety officer. Reporting Injuries o NCERC safety officer must be notified of all injuries that occur within the facility. o For minor injuries, there are first aid kits next to the men’s room and inside the locker room Walkthrough/Overview o Complete walkthrough of the facilities o Include all relevant points including locker room, break room, restrooms etc. Cleaning o Floors and work areas are expected to remain in a clean and orderly manner during work. o Clean any spills immediately and notify NCERC personnel of any spills that occur. Safety Notes/Comments/Follow-up. Use additional sheets if necessary. Disciplinary Actions o Primary offenses o Primary offenses are those that create an immediate danger to contractors, NCERC personnel or NCERC property o Individuals found in violation of safety rules that are deemed primary offenses will be asked to leave the facility and will not be allowed to return. o Primary offenses include such things as not wearing fall protection, working on equipment that is not properly locked out, entering confined spaces without a permit and conducting hot work without a permit.

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o Secondary offenses o Secondary offenses are those that may not create an immediate danger to contractors, NCERC personnel or NCERC property but still break NCERC safety rules or policies o Individuals found in violation of safety rules that are deemed secondary offenses will be given one verbal warning. A second offense will result in removal of the individual from NCERC.

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SECTION 01400 - QUALITY REQUIREMENTS PART 1 - GENERAL 1.01 A. B.

C.

1.02 A. B.

1.03 A.

B.

C. D.

E. F.

SUMMARY: This Section includes administrative and procedural requirements for quality assurance and quality control. Testing and inspecting 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 construction activities are specified in the Sections that specify those activities. Requirements in those 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 Engineer, Owner, Resident Project Engineer, or authorities having jurisdiction are not limited by provisions of this Section. Related Sections include the following: 1. For specific test and inspection requirements: DIVISION 15 and Reference Specifications. REFERENCES: ASTM International (ASTM): 1. E548 - Guide for General Criteria Used for Evaluating Laboratory Competence. Code of Federal Regulations (CFR): 1. 29 CFR 1910, Subpart A, Section 1910.7 - Definition and Requirements for a Nationally Recognized Testing Laboratory (NRTL). DEFINITIONS: 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 Control Services: Tests, inspections, procedures, and related actions during and after execution of the Work to evaluate that actual Equipment and Materials incorporated into the Work and completed construction comply with requirements. Services do not include Contract enforcement activities performed by Resident Project Engineer, Owner or Engineer. Source Quality Control Testing: Tests and inspections that are performed at the source, i.e., plant, mill, factory, or shop. Field Quality Control Testing: Tests and inspections that are performed on Site for installation of the Work and for completed Work, i.e., soil compaction, concrete strength, and weld radiographs. Testing Agency: An entity engaged to perform specific tests, inspections, or both. Testing laboratory shall mean the same as testing agency. 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, and similar operations.

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Experienced: When used with an entity, "experienced" means having successfully completed a minimum of five previous projects similar in size and scope to this Project; being familiar with special requirements indicated; and having complied with requirements of authorities having jurisdiction. SUBMITTALS: Qualification Data: 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. Schedule of Tests and Inspections: Prepare in tabular form and include the following: 1. Specification Section number and title. 2. Description of test and inspection. 3. Identification of applicable standards. 4. Identification of test and inspection methods. 5. Number of tests and inspections required. 6. Time schedule or time span for tests and inspections. 7. Entity responsible for performing tests and inspections. 8. Requirements for obtaining samples. 9. Unique characteristics of each quality control service. Reports: Arrange for testing agency/laboratory to prepare and submit certified written reports that include the following: 1. Date of issue. 2. Project title and number. 3. Name, address, and telephone number 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 inspecting. 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. Permits, Licenses, and Certificates: For Owner's records, 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. QUALITY ASSURANCE: General: Qualifications paragraphs in this Article establish the minimum qualification levels required; individual Specification Sections specify additional requirements. Installer Qualifications: A firm or individual experienced in installing, erecting, 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.

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Manufacturer Qualifications: A firm experienced in manufacturing Equipment or systems or Material similar to those indicated for this Project and with a record of successful in-service performance, as well as sufficient production capacities to produce required units. Fabricator Qualifications: A firm experienced in producing Equipment and Material 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. 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, Equipment, or Material that are similar to those indicated for this Project in material, design, and extent. Specialists: Certain sections of the Specifications 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. Requirement for specialists shall not supersede building codes and regulations governing the Work. Testing Agency Qualifications: An NRTL, an NVLAP, or an independent agency with the experience and capability to conduct testing and inspecting indicated, as documented according to ASTM E548; and with additional qualifications specified in individual Sections; and where required by authorities having jurisdiction, that is acceptable to authorities. 1. NRTL: A nationally recognized testing laboratory according to 29 CFR 1910.7. 2. NVLAP: A testing agency accredited according to NIST's National Voluntary Laboratory Accreditation Program (NVLAP). Factory-Authorized Service Representative Qualifications: An authorized representative of manufacturer who is trained and approved by manufacturer to inspect installation of manufacturer's Equipment, Material, or systems that are similar in material, design, and extent to those indicated for this Project. 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. 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. Build laboratory mockups at testing facility using personnel, products, and methods of construction indicated for the completed Work. f. When testing is complete, remove test specimens, assemblies, mockups, and laboratory 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 Engineer, through Resident Project Engineer, 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.

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QUALITY CONTROL: Owner Responsibilities: Where quality control services are indicated as Owner's responsibility, Owner will engage a qualified testing agency to perform these services. 1. Owner will furnish Contractor with names, addresses, and telephone numbers of testing agencies engaged and a description of types of testing and inspecting 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 Price will be adjusted by Change Order. Tests and inspections not explicitly assigned to Owner are Contractor's responsibility. 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. 1. Where services are indicated as Contractor's responsibility, engage a qualified testing agency to perform these quality control services. Testing agency shall be acceptable to Engineer. a. Contractor shall not employ same entity engaged by Owner, unless agreed to in writing by Owner. 2. Notify testing agencies at least 24 hours in advance of time when Work that requires testing or inspecting will be performed. 3. Where quality control services are indicated as Contractor's responsibility, submit a certified written report, in two copies, of each quality control service. 4. Testing and inspecting requested by Contractor and not required by the Contract Documents are Contractor's responsibility. 5. Submit additional copies of each written report directly to authorities having jurisdiction, when they so direct. 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. Testing Agency Responsibilities: Cooperate with Engineer, Resident Project Engineer, and Contractor in performance of duties. Provide qualified personnel to perform required tests and inspections. 1. Notify Resident Project Engineer and Contractor promptly of irregularities or deficiencies observed in the Work during performance of its services. 2. Determine the location 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 any duties of Contractor. Associated Services: Cooperate with agencies 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.

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Incidental labor and facilities necessary to facilitate tests and inspections. Adequate quantities of representative samples of materials that require testing and inspecting. 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 inspecting equipment at Project Site. 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 inspecting. 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. Submit schedule within 30 days of date established in the Notice to Award. 1. Distribution: Distribute schedule to Owner, Resident Project Engineer, testing agencies, and each party involved in performance of portions of the Work where tests and inspections are required. SPECIAL TESTS AND INSPECTIONS: Special Tests and Inspections: Conducted by a qualified testing agency as required by authorities having jurisdiction, as indicated in individual Specification Sections, 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 Resident Project Engineer 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 Engineer, through Resident Project Engineer, 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? 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.

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B.

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 Engineer. 4. Identification of testing agency or special inspector conducting test or inspection. Maintain log at Project Site. Post changes and modifications as they occur. Provide access to test and inspection log for Resident Project Engineer's reference during normal working hours.

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REPAIR AND PROTECTION: General: On completion of testing, inspecting, 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. Restore patched areas and extend restoration into adjoining areas with durable seams that are as invisible as possible. Protect construction exposed by or for quality-control service activities. Repair and protection are Contractor's responsibility, regardless of the assignment of responsibility for quality-control services.

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SECTION 01420 - DEFINITIONS AND STANDARDS PART 1 - GENERAL 1.01 A.

B. 1.02 A.

B.

SUMMARY: Definitions: 1. Basic contract definitions used in the Contract Documents are defined in the GENERAL CONDITIONS. Definitions and explanations are not necessarily either complete or exclusive, but are general for the Work. 2. General Requirements are the provisions or requirements of DIVISION 1 Sections and apply to the entire Work of the Contract. Related Information Specified Elsewhere: Specification standards and associations applicable to the Work are specified in each Section. SPECIFICATION FORMAT AND CONTENT EXPLANATIONS: Specification Format: The Specifications are organized into Divisions and Sections based on the Construction Specifications Institute's (CSI) Section Format and MasterFormat numbering system. Some portions may not fully comply and no particular significance will be attached to such compliance or noncompliance. 1. Divisions and Sections: For convenience, a basic unit of Specification text is a "Section," each unit of which is numbered and named. These are organized with related Sections, into "Divisions," which are recognized as the present industry consensus on uniform organization and sequencing of Specifications. The Section title is not intended to limit meaning or content of Section, or to be fully descriptive of requirements specified therein, or to be an integral part of text. 2. Section Numbering: Used for identification and to facilitate cross-references in Contract Documents. Sections are placed in numeric sequence; however, numbering sequence is not complete, and listing of Sections in Table of Contents at beginning of the Project Manual must be consulted to determine numbers and names of Specification Sections in these Contract Documents. 3. Page Numbering: Numbered independently for each Section. Section number is shown with page number at bottom of each page, to facilitate location of text. 4. Parts: Each Section of Specifications generally has been subdivided into three basic "parts" for uniformity and convenience (PART 1 - GENERAL, PART 2 - PRODUCTS, and PART 3 - EXECUTION). These "Parts" do not limit the meaning of text within. Some Sections may not contain all three "Parts" when some are not applicable, or may contain more than three "Parts" to add clarity to organization of Section. 5. Underscoring of Titles: Used strictly to assist reader of Specification in scanning text for key words in content. No emphasis on or relative importance is intended except where underscoring may be used in body of text to emphasize a duty, critical requirement, or similar situation. 6. Project Identification: Project file number and identification are recorded at bottom of each page of Specifications to minimize possible misuse of Specifications, or confusion with other Project Specifications. Specification Content: 1. These Specifications apply certain conventions in the use of language and the intended meaning of certain terms, words, and phrases when used in particular situations or circumstances. These conventions are explained as follows:

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Imperative and Streamlined Language: These Specifications are written in imperative and abbreviated form. This imperative language of the technical Sections is directed at the Contractor, unless specifically noted otherwise. Incomplete sentences shall be completed by inserting "shall," "the Contractor shall," and "shall be," and similar mandatory phrases by inference in the same manner as they are applied to notes on the Drawings. The words "shall be" shall be supplied by inference where a colon (:) is used within sentences or phrases. Except as worded to the contrary, fulfill (perform) all indicated requirements whether stated imperatively or otherwise. b. Specifying Methods: The techniques or methods of specifying requirements varies throughout text, and may include "prescriptive," "compliance with standards," "performance," "proprietary," or a combination of these. The method used for specifying one unit of Work has no bearing on requirements for another unit of Work. c. Overlapping and Conflicting Requirements: Where compliance with two or more industry standards or sets of requirements is specified, and overlapping of those different standards or requirements establishes different or conflicting minimums or levels of quality, notify Engineer in writing utilizing the RFI process for a decision, which Engineer will render in writing within a reasonable time. d. Abbreviations: Throughout the Contract Documents are abbreviations implying words and meanings which shall be appropriately interpreted. Specific abbreviations have been established, principally for lengthy technical terminology and in conjunction with coordination of Specification requirements with notations on Drawings and in schedules. These are normally defined at first instance of use. Organizational and association names and titles of general standards are also abbreviated. Assignment of Specialists: In certain instances, Specification text requires that specific Work be assigned to specialists in the operations to be performed. These specialists shall be engaged for performance of those units of Work, and assignments are requirements over which Contractor has no choice or option. These assignments shall not be confused with, and are not intended to interfere with, enforcement of building codes and similar regulations governing the Work, local trade and union jurisdictions, and similar conventions. Nevertheless, final responsibility for fulfillment of Contract requirements remains with Contractor. Trades: Except as otherwise specified or indicated, the use of titles such as "carpentry" in Specification text, implies neither that the Work must be performed by an accredited or unionized tradesperson of corresponding generic name (such as "carpenter"), nor that specified requirements apply exclusively to work by tradespersons of that corresponding generic name. DRAWING SYMBOLS: Except as otherwise indicated, graphic symbols used on Drawings are those symbols recognized in the construction industry for purposes indicated. Refer instances of uncertainty to Engineer for clarification. INDUSTRY STANDARDS: Applicability of Standards: Except where 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. Such standards are made a part of the Contract Documents by reference and are stated in each Section.

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Referenced standards, referenced directly in Contract Documents or by governing regulations, have precedence over nonreferenced standards which are recognized in industry for applicability to the Work. 2. Where compliance with an industry standard is required, the latest standard in effect at time of opening Bids shall govern. 3. Where an applicable code or standard has been revised and reissued after the effective date of the Contract and before performance of Work affected by the revision, Engineer will decide whether to issue a Change Order to proceed with the revised standard. 4. In every instance the quantity or quality level shown or specified shall be the minimum to be provided or performed. The actual installation may comply exactly, within specified tolerances, with the minimum quantity or quality specified, or it may exceed that minimum within reasonable limits. In complying with these requirements, indicated numeric values are minimum or maximum values, as noted, or appropriate for the context of the requirements. Refer instances of uncertainty to Engineer for a decision before proceeding. 5. Each entity engaged in construction on the Project is required to be familiar with industry standards applicable to that entity's construction activity. Copies of applicable standards are not bound with the Contract Documents. a. Where copies of standards are needed for performance of a required construction activity, Contractor shall obtain copies directly from the publication source. Abbreviations and Names: Trade association names and titles of general standards are frequently abbreviated. Where such acronyms or abbreviations are used in the Specifications or other Contract Documents, they mean the recognized name of the trade association, standards generating organization, authority having jurisdiction, or other entity applicable to the context of the text provision.

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SECTION 01500 – TEMPORARY FACILITIES PART 1 - GENERAL 1.01 A. B.

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DESCRIPTION Arrange for and provide temporary facilities and controls as specified herein and as required for proper and expeditious prosecution of work. Pay all cost, except as otherwise specified, until final acceptance of the Work unless the Owner makes arrangements for use of completed portions of the Work after substantial completion in accordance with the provisions of the General Conditions. Protect the Owner’s property and adjacent areas of Work from abuse, damage, dust, debris, and objectionable materials resulting from the construction activity. Make all temporary connections to utilities and services in locations acceptable to the Owner, Resident Project Engineer, and local authorities having appropriate jurisdiction. 1. Furnish all necessary labor and materials. 2. Make all installations in a manner subject to the acceptance of such authorities and the Engineer. 3. Maintain such connections. 4. Remove temporary installation and connection when no longer required or when use of area or connection is required by the Owner. 5. Restore services and sources of supply to proper operating condition. TEMPORARY UTILTIES Temporary light and power: 1. The Contractor shall provide basic temporary power and lighting and maintenance of said facilities, including lamps, during regular working hours. 2. The Contractor shall provide any extensions, temporary lighting, portable cords, portable generator, lamps, connectors, and other items necessary to properly complete his Work. 3. The Owner will pay for all electrical current used for temporary lights and power. Compressed Air: 1. The Contractor shall provide air compressors if compressed air is needed to properly complete his Work. Plant compressed air system shall not to be used for construction. Temporary Telephone Service: 1. The Contractor shall provide a temporary office for the use of himself, his agents, and provide same with telephone service, light, heat, copy machine, and fax. 2. No use of the facilities will be afforded to contractors. Temporary Toilets: 1. The Contractor shall arrange for and maintain temporary toilets as necessary for use by all the Contractor’s workers. Temporary Water: 1. Temporary water connection for construction purposes shall be provided by the Owner by existing hose connections. 2. Any hose extensions required from temporary services shall be provided by the Contractor required the same.

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TEMPORARY STAIRS, LADDERS, RAMPS, RUNWAYS AND WALKWAYS Provide and maintain all equipment and access such as temporary stairs, ladders, ramps, runways, chutes, etc., as required for proper execution of the Work. All such apparatus, equipment, and construction shall meet requirements of OSHA and other state and local laws applicable thereto. As soon as permanent stairs are created, provide temporary protective treads, handrails, and shaft protection. Provide barricades at hazardous locations, complete with signs, temporary general lighting, warning lights, and similar devices where approved. TEMPORARY SUPPORT FACILTIES All Contractors shall provide whatever faciltites and sevrices which may be needed to properly support primary construction process and meet compliance requirements and governing regulations. Do not use permanent facilities except as otherwise indicated, unless authorized by Owner. REMOVAL OF TEMPORARY FACILITIES Remove temporary materials, equipment, services, and construction prior to Substantial Completion inspection. Clean and repair damage caused by installation or use of temporary facilities and restore exisiting facilities used during construction to specified or to original condition. Minor temporary facilties which, interfere with the Owner’s business operations shall be removed at the end of each Work period. Consult Owner’s Representative for use of limited storage space.

PART 2 – PRODUCTS - Not Applicable. PART 3 – EXECUTION - Not Applicable. END OF SECTION 01500.

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C.

D.

SUMMARY: This Section includes requirements for temporary field offices and other structures required for office and storage space required by Contractor. Related Work Specified Elsewhere: 1. Temporary Facilities: SECTION 01500. 2. Barriers and Temporary Controls: SECTION 01530 3. Equipment and Materials: SECTION 01600. Use of Existing Facilities: 1. Existing facilities at the Site shall not be used for field offices. 2. The following designated existing spaces may be used for field office for Contractor subject to Owner approval: a. Northwest exterior area along North/West side of circle drive. b. Exterior area west of the pilot plant building. 3. The existing loop driveway shall not be blocked by contractor’s facilities or operations. Any temporary closure of the driveway for any reason must be scheduled with and preapproved by Owner. Use of Permanent Facilities: 1. Permanent facilities when substantially completed shall not be used for field offices or for storage.

PART 2 - PRODUCTS 2.01 A.

B.

2.02 A.

FIELD OFFICES: General: 1. Provide trailers with steps, landings, and railings at entrance doors. 2. Trailers shall be structurally sound, secure, and weathertight. 3. Provide appropriate type fire extinguishers at each office and storage area. 4. Maintain offices during progress of the Work. Contractor's Office: 1. Provide a field office for Contractor's superintendent on the Site. 2. It shall be of size required for general use, with lights, heat, furnishings, telephone service, and other necessary facilities and utilities required by Contractor's operations. STORAGE SHEDS AND TRAILERS: On Site: 1. Provide trailers or conex containers needed for storage of Equipment and Materials installed under this Contract. 2. Provide ventilation and heating as required for use and stored Equipment and Material.

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LOCATION, INSTALLATION AND MAINTENANCE: General: 1. Place temporary buildings, trailers, and stored materials in locations acceptable to Owner or Construction Manager. 2. Install field offices and sheds to resist winds and elements of the locality where installed. 3. Remove when no longer needed at the Site or when Work is completed. 4. Keep approach walks free of leaves, mud, water, ice, or snow. 5. At completion of Work, remove trailers, utility services, and debris. 6. Prepare ground or paved areas. 7. Restore area to condition prior to use. 8. DO NOT block the driveways.

END OF SECTION 01520

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SECTION 01530 - TEMPORARY BARRIERS AND CONTROLS PART 1 - GENERAL 1.01 A.

B.

SUMMARY: This Section includes General Requirements for: 1. Safety and protection of Work. 2. Safety and protection of existing property. 3. Barriers. 4. Environmental controls. 5. Access roads and parking areas. 6. Traffic control and use of roadways. Related Work Specified Elsewhere: 1. Temporary Facilities: SECTION 01500.

PART 2 - PRODUCTS – Not Applicable. PART 3 - EXECUTION 3.01 A.

B.

SAFETY AND PROTECTION OF WORK AND PROPERTY: General: 1. Provide for the safety and protection of the Work and of Materials and Equipment to be incorporated therein, whether in storage on or off the Site. Provide protection at all times against rain, wind, storms, frost, freezing, condensation, or heat so as to maintain all Work and Equipment and Materials free from injury or damage. At the end of each day, all new Work likely to be damaged shall be appropriately protected. 2. Notify Owner and Resident Project Engineer immediately at any time operations are stopped due to conditions which make it impossible to continue operations safely or to obtain proper results. 3. Protect floors from damage by proper covering and care when handling heavy equipment, painting, or handling mortar or other such materials. Use proper cribbing and shoring to prevent overloading of floors while moving heavy equipment. Provide metal pans under pipe-threading machines and clean such pans daily, keeping oil off floors. Restore floors to former condition where damaged or stained. 4. Restrict access to roofs except as required by the Work. Where access is required, provide protection with plywood, boards, or other suitable materials. Property Other than Owner's: 1. Provide for the safety and protection of property at the Site or adjacent thereto, including trees, shrubs, lawns, walks, pavements, roadways, structures, and utilities not designated for removal, relocation, or replacement in the course of construction. Report immediately to the Resident Project Engineer and promptly repair damage to existing facilities resulting from construction operations. 2. Names and telephone numbers of representatives of agencies and utilities having jurisdiction over streets and utilities in the Work area can be obtained from Owner for the agencies listed below. Concerned agencies or utilities shall be contacted a minimum of 24 hours prior to performing Work, closing streets and other traffic areas. a. Water. b. Gas.

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c. Sanitary sewers. d. Storm drains. e. Pipeline companies. f. Telephone. g. Electric. h. Municipal streets. i. State highways. j. Campus engineer. k. Fire. l. Police. Operation of valves or other appurtenances on existing utilities, when required, shall be by or under the direct supervision of the Owner or owning utility. The applicable requirements specified for protection of the Work shall also apply to the protection of existing property of others. Before acceptance of the Work by Owner, restore all property affected by Contractor's operations to the original or better condition.

BARRIERS: General: 1. Furnish, install, and maintain suitable barriers as required to prevent public entry, to protect the public, and to protect the Work, existing facilities, trees, and plants from construction operations. Remove when no longer needed or at completion of Work. 2. Materials may be new or used, suitable for the intended purpose, but shall not violate requirements of applicable codes and standards or regulatory agencies. 3. Barriers shall be of a neat and reasonable uniform appearance, structurally adequate for the required purposes. 4. Maintain barriers in good repair and clean condition for adequate visibility. Relocate barriers as required by progress of Work or for pilot plant operations. 5. Repair damage caused by installation and restore area to original or better condition. Clean the area. ENVIRONMENTAL CONTROLS: Noise Control: 1. Provide protection against the affects of noise exposure when levels exceed those provided in OSHA Standard 29 CFR 1910.95 Dust Control: 1. Provide methods and apply dust control materials to minimize raising dust from construction operations; and to prevent airborne dust from dispersing into the atmosphere. 2. Clean interior spaces prior to the start of finish painting and continue cleaning on an as-needed basis until painting is finished. 3. Schedule operations so that dust and other contaminants resulting from cleaning process will not fall on wet or newly-coated surfaces. Rodent Control: 1. Provide rodent control as necessary to prevent infestation of construction or storage areas. a. Employ methods and use materials which will not adversely affect conditions at the Site or adjoining properties. b. Should the use of rodentcides be considered necessary, submit an informational copy of the proposed program to Owner with a copy to Engineer. Clearly indicate:

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(1) (2)

D.

E.

3.04 A.

3.05 A.

The area or areas to be treated. The rodentcides to be used, with a copy of the manufacturer's printed instructions. (3) The pollution preventive measures to be employed. 2. The use of any rodenticide shall be in accordance with the manufacturer's printed instructions and regulatory agencies. Debris Control and Clean-Up: 1. Keep the premises free at all times from accumulations of debris, waste materials, and rubbish caused by construction operations and employees. Responsibilities shall include: a. Adequate trash receptacles about the Site emptied promptly when filled. b. Daily cleanup to avoid hazards or interference with operations at the Site and to maintain the Site in a reasonably neat condition. c. The keeping of construction materials such as forms and scaffolding neatly and safely stacked. d. Immediate cleanup to protect the Work by removing splattered concrete, asphalt, oil, paint, corrosive liquids, and cleaning solutions from walls, floors, and metal surfaces before surfaces are marred. 2. Prohibit overloading of trucks to prevent spillages on access routes and driveways. Provide periodic inspection of traffic areas to enforce requirements. 3. Final cleanup is specified in SECTION 01780 - CONTRACT CLOSEOUT. Pollution Control: 1. Provide methods, means, and facilities required to prevent contamination of soil, water, or atmosphere by the discharge of hazardous or toxic substances from construction operations. 2. Provide equipment and personnel, perform emergency measures required to contain any spillages, and remove contaminated soils or liquids. Excavate and dispose of any contaminated earth off-Site in approved locations, and replace with suitable compacted fill and topsoil. 3. Take special measures to prevent harmful substances from entering public waters, sanitary, or storm sewers. ACCESS ROADS AND PARKING AREAS: Existing On-Site Roads and Parking Areas: 1. Designated existing on-Site streets and parking facilities may be used for construction traffic. Resident Project Engineer will provide at time of preconstruction conference. a. Maintain existing construction, and restore to original, better, or specified condition at completion of Work. b. Do not allow heavy vehicles or construction equipment in parking areas. TRAFFIC CONTROL AND USE OF ROADWAYS: Maintenance of Roadways: 1. Repair roads, walkways, and other traffic areas damaged by operations. Keep traffic areas free of excavated materials and maintain in a manner to eliminate dust, mud, and hazardous conditions. 2. All operations and repairs shall meet the approval of owners or agencies having jurisdiction.

END OF SECTION 01530

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SECTION 01580 - PROJECT IDENTIFICATION AND SIGNS PART 1 - GENERAL 1.01 A. B. 1.02 A.

1.03 A. B.

SUMMARY: This Section includes basic requirements for informational signs required during construction. Related Work Specified Elsewhere: 1. Submittals: SECTION 01330. QUALITY ASSURANCE: Design any sign and supporting structure to withstand wind and environmental conditions of locality. Provide with finish adequate to withstand weathering, fading, chipping, and peeling for duration of construction. SUBMITTALS: Submit as specified in SECTION 01330. Includes, but not limited to, the following: 1. Shop Drawings and product data as applicable. 2. Show content, layout, lettering, colors, structure, and foundation.

PART 2 - PRODUCTS 2.01 A.

INFORMATIONAL SIGNS: Construction: 1. This includes signs for traffic, construction workers, and general public in regards to directions, warnings, hazards, locations of areas, facilities, equipment, and others of a similar nature. 2. Provide signs of design, size, color, and lettering as required by regulatory agencies. Signs shall be painted metal, wood, plastic, or fiberglass and of materials suitable for the conditions in which they are placed, such as weathering and fading. 3. Construct structure and framing of wood or metal, structurally adequate to resist design requirements of area of Project.

PART 3 - EXECUTION 3.01 A.

INSTALLATION: Informational Signs: 1. Install at appropriate locations and in sufficient quantities to assure visibility. Relocate as required by progress of Work. 2. Maintain signs in good repair, in a neat, clean, readable condition. 3. Remove all signs, framing, supports, and foundations upon completion of Project and restore locations to prior conditions.

END OF SECTION 01580

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SECTION 01600 - EQUIPMENT AND MATERIALS PART 1 - GENERAL 1.01 A.

1.02 A.

1.03 A. 1.04 A.

B.

SUMMARY: This Section includes administrative and procedural requirements governing Contractor's selection of products for use in the Project. 1. Multiple Contract Summary, SECTION 01120: Provisions of this Section apply to the construction activities of each prime contractor. DEFINITIONS: Definitions used in this Article are not intended to change the meaning of other terms used in these Contract Documents, such as "specialties," "systems," "structures," "finishes," "accessories," and similar terms. Such terms are self-explanatory and have well-recognized meanings in the construction industry. 1. "Products" are items purchased for incorporation in the Work, whether purchased for the Project or taken from previously purchased stock. The term "product" includes the terms "Material," "Equipment," "system," and terms of similar intent. a. "Named Products" are items identified by the manufacturer's product name, including make or model number or other designation, shown or listed in the manufacturer's published product literature that is current as of the date of the Contract Documents. b. "Foreign Products," as distinguished from "domestic products," are items substantially manufactured (50% or more of value) outside the United States and its possessions. Products produced or supplied by entities substantially owned (more than 50%) by persons who are not citizens of, nor living within, the United States and its possessions are also considered to be foreign products. 2. "Materials" are products substantially shaped, cut, worked, mixed, finished, refined or otherwise fabricated, processed, or installed to form a part of the Work. 3. "Equipment" is a product with operational or nonoperational parts, whether motorized, or manually operated, that may require service connections, such as wiring or piping. SUBMITTALS: Submittals for products are specified in SECTION 01330 and in applicable Sections of DIVISION 15. QUALITY ASSURANCE: Source Limitations: To the fullest extent possible, provide products of the same kind from a single source. 1. When specified products are available only from sources that do not, or cannot, produce a quantity adequate to complete Project requirements in a timely manner, consult with Engineer to determine the most important product qualities before proceeding. Qualities may include attributes, such as visual appearance, strength, durability, or compatibility. When a determination has been made, select products from sources producing products that possess these qualities, to the fullest extent possible. Compatibility of Options: When the Contractor is given the option of selecting between two or more products for use on the Project, the product selected shall be compatible with products previously selected, even if previously selected products were also options.

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1.05 A.

B.

1.06 A.

Each prime contractor is responsible for providing products and construction methods that are compatible with products and construction methods of other prime or separate contractors. 2. If a dispute arises between prime contractors over concurrently selectable, but incompatible products, Engineer will determine which products shall be retained and which are incompatible and must be replaced. Foreign Product Limitations: Except under one or more of the following conditions, provide domestic products, not foreign products, for inclusion in the Work: 1. No available domestic product complies with the Contract Documents. 2. Domestic products that comply with the Contract Documents are available only at prices or terms substantially higher than foreign products that comply with the Contract Documents. TRANSPORTATION AND SHIPMENT: Shipment Preparation: 1. Contractor shall require manufacturers and Suppliers to prepare products for shipment in a manner to facilitate unloading and handling, and to protect against damage, deterioration, or unnecessary exposure to the elements in transit and storage. Provisions for protection shall include the following: a. Crates or other suitable packaging materials. b. Covers and other means to prevent corrosion, moisture damage, mechanical injury, and accumulation of dirt in motors, electrical equipment, and machinery. c. Suitable rust-preventive compound on exposed machined surfaces and unpainted iron and steel. d. Grease packing or oil lubrication in all bearings and similar items. Marking: Each product item shall be tagged or marked as identified in the delivery schedule or on Submittals. Complete packing lists and bills of material shall be included with each shipment. Each piece of every item need not be marked separately, provided that all pieces of each item are packed or bundled together and the packages or bundles are properly tagged or marked. PRODUCT DELIVERY, STORAGE, AND HANDLING: Deliver, store, and handle products according to the manufacturer's recommendations, using means and methods that will prevent damage, deterioration, and loss, including theft. 1. Schedule delivery to minimize long-term storage at the Site and to prevent overcrowding of construction spaces. Allow ample time to avoid delay of the Work. 2. Coordinate delivery with installation time to assure minimum holding time for items that are flammable, hazardous, easily damaged, or sensitive to deterioration, theft, and other losses. 3. Deliver products to the Site in an undamaged condition in the manufacturer's original sealed container or other packaging system, complete with labels and instructions for handling, storing, unpacking, protecting, and installing. 4. Inspect products upon delivery to ensure compliance with the Contract Documents and to ensure that products are undamaged and properly protected. Inspect shipment to assure: a. Product complies with requirements of Contract Documents and reviewed Submittals. b. Quantities are correct. c. Containers and packages are intact and labels are legible.

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d. Products are properly protected and undamaged. Store products at the Site in a manner that will facilitate inspection and measurement of quantity or counting of units. Mark deliveries of component parts of Equipment to identify the Equipment, to permit easy accumulation of parts, and to facilitate inspection and measurement of quantity or counting of units. 6. Store heavy Materials away from the Project structure in a manner that will not endanger the supporting construction. 7. Store products subject to damage by the elements above ground, under cover in a weathertight enclosure, and with ventilation adequate to prevent condensation. Maintain temperature and humidity within range required by manufacturer's instructions. 8. Protect motors, electrical Equipment, plumbing fixtures, and machinery of all kinds against corrosion, moisture deteriorations, mechanical injury, and accumulation of dirt or other foreign matter. 9. Protect exposed machined surfaces and unpainted iron and steel as necessary with suitable rust-preventive compounds. 10. Protect bearings and similar items with grease packing or oil lubrication. 11. Handle and store steel plate, sheet metal, and similar items in a manner to prevent deformation. Handling: 1. Provide equipment and personnel necessary to unload and handle products, by methods to prevent damage or soiling to products, or packaging. 2. Handle by methods to prevent bending or overstressing. Where lifting points are designated, lift components only at those points. 3. Provide additional protection to surrounding surfaces as necessary to prevent damage. Maintenance of Storage: 1. Inspect stored products on a scheduled basis. 2. Verify that storage facilities comply with manufacturer's product storage requirements, including environmental conditions continually maintained. 3. Verify that surfaces of products exposed to elements are not adversely affected; that any weathering of finishes is acceptable under requirements of Contract Documents. 5.

B.

C.

1.07 A.

1.08 A.

PRODUCTS FURNISHED BY OWNER: Shipment: 1. Shipping dates for products furnished by Owner have not been scheduled at the time of this contract. The installing contractor shall be responsible for contacting product providers to determine and coordinatate shipping dates. 2. The products furnished by the Owner are identified in the Bill of Materials on the Isometric Drawings in the Attachments. 3. Items furnished by Owner for installation under this Contract will be delivered to the Site complete with packing lists and bills of material. EXISTING EQUIPMENT AND MATERIALS: Products to be Reused: 1. For Equipment and Materials specifically indicated or specified to be reused in the Work, use special care in removal, handling, storage, and reinstallation to assure proper function in the completed Work. 2. Products to be removed shall remain Owner's property and are not to be reused in the Work.

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Products Not to be Reused: 1. Equipment and Materials designated to be removed but not reused or delivered to Owner, shall become the property of the Contractor and shall be removed from the Site.

PART 2 - PRODUCTS 2.01

PRODUCT SELECTION: A.

General Product Requirements: Provide products that comply with the Contract Documents, that are undamaged and, unless otherwise specified or indicated, new at the time of installation. 1. Provide products complete with accessories, trim, finish, safety guards, and other devices and details needed for a complete installation and the intended use and effect. 2. Where available, provide standard products of types that have been produced and used successfully in similar situations on other projects. 3. Continued Availability: Where, because of the nature of its application, Owner is likely to need replacement parts or additional amounts of a product at a later date, either for maintenance and repair or replacement, provide standard products for which the manufacturer has published assurances that the products and its parts are likely to be available to Owner at a later date. 4. Conform to applicable Specifications, codes, standards, and regulatory agencies. 5. Comply with size, make, type, and quality specified, or as specifically approved in writing by Engineer. 6. Manufactured and Fabricated Products: a. Design, fabricate, and assemble in accordance with the best engineering and shop practices. b. Manufacture like parts of duplicate units to standard sizes and gages, to be interchangeable. c. Equipment and Materials shall be suitable for service conditions intended. d. Equipment capacities, sizes, and dimensions indicated or specified shall be adhered to unless variations are specifically approved in writing by Engineer. e. Provide labels and nameplates where required by regulatory agencies or to state identification and essential operating data. 7. Do not use products for any purpose other than that for which designed. 8. To the fullest extent possible, provide products of the same kind from a single source.

PART 3 - EXECUTION 3.01 A.

INSTALLATION OF PRODUCTS: Comply with manufacturer's instructions and recommendations for installation of products in the applications indicated. Anchor each product securely in place except as required for proper movement and performance, and accurately located and aligned with other Work. 1. Obtain and distribute copies of manufacturer's printed instructions and recommendations if not a part of Submittals, containers, or packaging to parties involved in the installation, including a copy to Resident Project Engineer. 2. Maintain one complete set of instructions at the Site during installation and until completion. 3. Handle, install, connect, clean, condition, and adjust products in accordance with such instructions and in conformance with specified requirements. Should job conditions or

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specified requirements conflict with manufacturer's instructions, consult with Resident Project Engineer for further instructions. Clean exposed surfaces and protect as necessary to ensure freedom from damage and deterioration at time of Substantial Completion.

END OF SECTION 01600

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SECTION 01780 - CONTRACT CLOSEOUT PART 1 - GENERAL 1.01 A.

B. C.

1.02 A.

B.

SUMMARY: This Section includes administrative and procedural requirements for Contract closeout including, but not limited to, the following: 1. Inspection procedures. 2. Project record document submittal. 3. Submittal of warranties. 4. Final cleaning. Closeout requirements for specific construction activities are included in the appropriate Sections of the Specifications. Related Work Specified Elsewhere: 1. Prerequisites to Substantial Completion and Final Acceptance: GENERAL CONDITIONS. 2. Submittals: SECTION 01330. 3. Warranties: SECTION 01785. SUBSTANTIAL COMPLETION: Preliminary Procedures: Before requesting inspection for certification of Substantial Completion, complete the following. List exceptions in the request. 1. In the Application for Payment that coincides with, or first follows, the date Substantial Completion is claimed, show 100% completion for the portion of the Work claimed as Substantially Complete. a. Include supporting documentation for completion as indicated in these Contract Documents and a statement showing an accounting of changes to the Contract Price. b. If 100% completion cannot be shown, include a list of incomplete items, the value of incomplete Work, and reasons the Work is not complete. 2. Advise Owner of pending insurance changeover requirements. 3. Submit specific warranties, workmanship Bonds, maintenance agreements, final certifications, and similar documents. 4. Obtain and submit releases enabling Owner unrestricted use of the Work and access to services and utilities. Include occupancy permits, operating certificates, and similar releases. 5. Submit record drawings, damage or settlement surveys, and similar final record information. 6. Deliver tools, spare parts, extra stock, and similar items. 7. Discontinue and remove temporary facilities from the Site, along with mockups, construction tools, and similar elements. 8. Complete final cleanup requirements, including touchup painting. 9. Touch up and otherwise repair and restore marred, exposed finishes. Inspection Procedures: On receipt of a request for inspection, Resident Project Engineer will either proceed with inspection or advise Contractor of unfilled requirements. Resident Project Engineer will prepare the Certificate of Substantial Completion following inspection or advise Contractor of construction that must be completed or corrected before the certificate will be issued. 1. Engineer will repeat inspection when requested and assured by Contractor that the Work is Substantially Complete.

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Results of the completed inspection will form the basis of requirements for final acceptance.

FINAL ACCEPTANCE: Preliminary Procedures: Before requesting final inspection for certification of final acceptance and final payment, complete the following. List exceptions in the request. 1. Submit the final payment request with releases and supporting documentation not previously submitted and accepted. Include insurance certificates for products and completed operations where required. 2. Submit an updated final statement, accounting for final additional changes to the Contract Price. 3. Submit a certified copy of Engineer's final inspection list of items to be completed or corrected, endorsed and dated by Engineer. The certified copy of the list shall state that each item has been completed or otherwise resolved for acceptance and shall be endorsed and dated by Engineer. 4. Submit consent of surety to final payment. 5. Submit evidence of final, continuing insurance coverage complying with insurance requirements. 6. Submit record documents per requirements described later herein. Reinspection Procedure: Engineer will reinspect the Work upon receipt of notice that the Work, including inspection list items from earlier inspections, has been completed, except for items whose completion is delayed under circumstances acceptable to Engineer. 1. Upon completion of reinspection, Engineer will prepare a certificate of final acceptance. If the Work is incomplete, Engineer will advise Contractor of Work that is incomplete or of obligations that have not been fulfilled but are required for final acceptance. 2. If necessary, reinspection will be repeated. RECORD DOCUMENT SUBMITTALS: General: Do not use record documents for construction purposes. Protect record documents from deterioration and loss in a secure, fire-resistant location. Provide access to record documents for Engineer's reference during normal working hours. Record Drawings: Maintain a clean, undamaged set of blue or black line white-prints of Contract Drawings and Shop Drawings. Mark the set to show the actual installation where the installation varies substantially from the Work as originally shown. Mark which drawing is most capable of showing conditions fully and accurately. Where Shop Drawings are used, record a cross-reference at the corresponding location on the Contract Drawings. Give particular attention to concealed elements that would be difficult to measure and record at a later date. 1. Record information concurrently with construction progress. 2. Mark record sets with red erasable pencil. Use other colors to distinguish between variations in separate categories of the Work. Mark each document "PROJECT RECORD" in neat, large, printed letters. 3. Mark new information that is important to Owner but was not shown on Contract Drawings or Shop Drawings. 4. Note related Change Order numbers where applicable. 5. Organize record drawing sheets into manageable sets. Bind sets with durable-paper cover sheets; print suitable titles, dates, and other identification on the cover of each set. 6. Upon completion of the Work, submit record drawings to Resident Project Engineer for Owner's records.

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7.

C.

D.

E.

F.

G. H.

I.

Include the following: a. Depths of various elements of foundation in relation to finish first floor datum. b. Where Submittals are used for mark-up, record a cross-reference at corresponding location on Drawings. c. Field changes of dimension and detail. d. Changes made by Change Order or other Modifications. e. Details not on original Contract Drawings. Record Specifications: Maintain one complete copy of the Project Manual including Addenda. Include with the Project Manual one copy of other written construction documents, such as Change Orders and Modifications issued in printed form during construction. 1. Mark these documents to show substantial variations in actual Work performed in comparison with the text of the Specifications and modifications. 2. Note related record drawing information and product data. 3. Upon completion of the Work, submit record Specifications to Resident Project Engineer for Owner's records. 4. Include the following: a. Manufacturer, trade name, catalog number, and Supplier of each product and item of Equipment and Materials actually installed, particularly optional and substitute items. b. Changes made by Addendum, Change Order, or other Modifications. c. Related Submittals. Record Product Data: Maintain one copy of each product data Submittal. Note related Change Orders and markup of record drawings and specifications. 1. Mark these documents to show significant variations in actual Work performed in comparison with information submitted. Include variations in products delivered to the Site and from the manufacturer's installation instructions and recommendations. 2. Upon completion of markup, submit complete set of record product data to Resident Project Engineer for Owner's records. Record Samples Submitted: Immediately prior to Substantial Completion, Contractor shall meet with Engineer and Owner's personnel at the Project Site to determine which Samples are to be transmitted to Owner for record purposes. Comply with Owner's instructions regarding packaging, identification, and delivery to Owner. Miscellaneous Record Submittals: Refer to other Specification Sections for requirements of miscellaneous record keeping and Submittals in connection with actual performance of the Work. Immediately prior to the date or dates of Substantial Completion, complete miscellaneous records, and place in good order. Identify miscellaneous records properly and bind or file, ready for continued use and reference. Submit to Resident Project Engineer for Owner's records. Instruction Books and Operating Manuals: Organize operation and maintenance data into suitable sets of manageable size as specified in SECTION 01330. Electronic Documentation: 1. In addition to paper copies, provide electronic versions of record documents showing "asconstructed" conditions, "as-constructed" construction progress schedule, master field drawing list showing final revisions, instruction books, and operating manuals on CDROM in Adobe Acrobat PDF. Warranties and Bonds: Specified in GENERAL CONDITIONS, SECTION 01330, and SECTION 01785.

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CLEANING AGENTS: Cleaning Agents: Use cleaning materials and agents recommended by manufacturer or fabricator of the surface to be cleaned. Do not use cleaning agents that are potentially hazardous to health or property or that might damage finished surfaces.

PART 3 - EXECUTION 3.01 A.

B.

C. D.

E.

FINAL CLEANING: General: Contractor shall keep the Site premises free from accumulations of waste materials, rubbish, and other debris resulting from the Work. Regular Site cleaning is included in SECTION 01530. Cleaning: Employ experienced workers or professional cleaners for final cleaning. Clean each surface or unit to the condition expected in a normal, commercial building cleaning and maintenance program. Comply with manufacturer's instructions. 1. Complete the following cleaning operations before requesting inspection for certification of Substantial Completion. a. Remove labels that are not permanent labels. b. Clean transparent materials, including mirrors and glass in doors and windows. Remove glazing compounds and other substances that are noticeable, visionobscuring materials. Replace chipped or broken glass and other damaged transparent materials. c. Clean exposed exterior and interior hard-surfaced finishes to a dust-free condition, free of stains, films, and similar foreign substances. Clean concrete floors to a "broom clean" condition. Vacuum carpeted surfaces. d. Wipe surfaces of mechanical and electrical Equipment. Remove excess lubrication and other substances. Clean light fixtures and lamps. e. Remove debris and surface dirt from limited-access spaces including roofs. f. Clean the Site, including landscape development areas, of rubbish, litter, and other foreign substances. Sweep paved areas broom clean; remove stains, spills, and other foreign deposits. Rake grounds that are neither paved nor planted to a smooth, even-textured surface. g. Clean light fixtures and lamps so as to function with full efficiency. 2. Remove temporary structures, tools, equipment, supplies, and surplus materials. 3. Remove temporary protection devices and facilities which were installed to protect previously completed Work. 4. Special Cleaning: Cleaning for specific units of Work is specified in applicable Sections of Specifications. Removal of Protection: Remove temporary protection and facilities installed for protection of the Work during construction. Compliance: Comply with regulations of authorities having jurisdiction and safety standards for cleaning. Do not burn waste materials. Do not bury debris or excess materials on the Owner's property. Do not discharge volatile, harmful, or dangerous materials into drainage systems. Remove all waste materials from the Site and dispose of lawfully. 1. Extra materials of value remaining after completion of associated Work become Owner's property. Dispose of these materials as directed by Owner or Resident Project Engineer. Repairs: 1. Repair damaged protective coated surfaces.

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Repair roads, walks, fences, and other items damaged or deteriorated because of construction operations. Restore all ground areas affected by construction operations.

END OF SECTION 01780

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SECTION 01785 - WARRANTIES PART 1 - GENERAL 1.01 A.

B.

C.

D. 1.02 A. B.

1.03 A.

B.

C.

D.

SUMMARY: This Section includes administrative and procedural requirements for warranties required by the Contract Documents, including manufacturer’s standard warranties on products and special warranties. 1. Refer to the GENERAL CONDITIONS for terms of the Contractor's period for correction of the Work. Related Sections: The following Sections contain requirements that relate to this Section: 1. Procedures for submitting warranties: SECTION 01330. 2. Contract closeout procedures: SECTION 01780. 3. Specific requirements for warranties on products and installations specified to be warranted: DIVISIONS 2 through 16. 4. Certifications and other commitments and agreements for continuing services to Owner: Specified throughout the Contract Documents. Disclaimers and Limitations: Manufacturer's disclaimers and limitations on product warranties do not relieve Contractor of the warranty on the Work that incorporates the products. Manufacturer's disclaimers and limitations on product warranties do not relieve Suppliers, manufacturers, and Subcontractors required to countersign special warranties with Contractor. Separate Prime Contracts: Each prime contractor is responsible for warranties related to its own contract. DEFINITIONS: Standard product warranties are preprinted written warranties published by individual manufacturers for particular products and are specifically endorsed by manufacturer to Owner. Special warranties are written warranties required by or incorporated in the Contract Documents, either to extend time limits provided by standard warranties or to provide greater rights for Owner. WARRANTY REQUIREMENTS: Related Damages and Losses: When correcting failed or damaged warranted construction, remove and replace construction that has been damaged as a result of such failure or that must be removed and replaced to provide access for correction of warranted construction. Reinstatement of Warranty: When Work covered by a warranty has failed and been corrected by replacement or rebuilding, reinstate the warranty by written endorsement. The reinstated warranty shall be equal to the original warranty with an equitable adjustment for depreciation. Replacement Cost: Upon determination that Work covered by a warranty has failed, replace or rebuild the Work to an acceptable condition complying with requirements of the Contract Documents. Contractor is responsible for the cost of replacing or rebuilding defective Work regardless of whether Owner has benefited from use of the Work through a portion of its anticipated useful service life. Owner's Recourse: Expressed warranties made to Owner are in addition to implied warranties and shall not limit the duties, obligations, rights, and remedies otherwise available under the Law. Expressed warranty periods shall not be interpreted as limitations on the time in which Owner can enforce such other duties, obligations, rights, or remedies.

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1.

E.

1.04 A.

B.

C.

D.

E.

Rejection of Warranties: Owner reserves the right to reject warranties and to limit selection to products with warranties not in conflict with requirements of the Contract Documents. Where the Contract Documents require a special warranty, or similar commitment on the Work or part of the Work, Owner reserves the right to refuse to accept the Work, until Contractor presents evidence that entities required to countersign such commitments are willing to do so. SUBMITTALS: Submit written warranties to Resident Project Engineer prior to the date certified for Substantial Completion. If the Certificate of Substantial Completion designates a commencement date for warranties other than the Date of Substantial Completion for the Work, or a designated portion of the Work, submit written warranties upon request of Resident Project Engineer. 1. When a designated portion of the Work is completed and occupied or used by Owner, by separate agreement with Contractor during the construction period, submit properly executed warranties to Resident Project Engineer within 15 days of completion of that designated portion of the Work. When the Contract Documents require Contractor, or Contractor and a Subcontractor, Supplier, or manufacturer to execute a special warranty, prepare a written document that contains appropriate terms and identification, ready for execution by required parties. Submit a draft to Owner, through Resident Project Engineer, for approval prior to final execution. Forms for special warranties are included at the end of this Section. Prepare a written document using the appropriate form, ready for execution by Contractor, or by Contractor and a Subcontractor, Supplier, or manufacturer. Submit a draft to Owner, through Resident Project Engineer, for approval prior to final execution. 1. Refer to DIVISION 15 Sections for specific content requirements and particular requirements for submitting special warranties. Form of Submittal: At Final Completion, compile two copies of each required warranty properly executed by Contractor, or by Contractor and a Subcontractor, Supplier, or manufacturer. Organize the warranty documents into an orderly sequence based on the table of contents of the Contract Documents. Bind warranties and bonds in heavy-duty, commercial-quality, durable three-ring, vinylcovered loose-leaf binders, thickness as necessary to accommodate contents, and sized to receive 8-1/2-by-11-inch (115-by-280-mm) paper. 1. Provide heavy paper dividers with celluloid covered tabs for each separate warranty. Mark the tab to identify the product or installation. Provide a typed description of the product or installation, including the name of the product, and the name, address, and telephone number of the installer. 2. Identify each binder on the front and spine with the typed or printed title "WARRANTIES," and as required by SECTION 01330. 3. When warranted construction requires operation and maintenance manuals, provide additional copies of each required warranty, as necessary, for inclusion in each required manual.

PART 2 - PRODUCTS - Not Applicable.

WARRANTIES

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PART 3 - EXECUTION 3.01 A.

LIST OF WARRANTIES: Schedule: Provide warranties on products and installations as specified in the following Sections: 1. Mechanical Equipment and Materials provided by Contractor.

END OF SECTION 01785

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ATTACHMENT Pre-Seed Fermenter Demolition Subproject

SOUTHERN ILLINOIS UNIVERSITY EDWARDSVILLE Fermentation Suite Piping

Pre-seed Fermenter Demolition Drawings Summary of Work Layout Drawing Demolition Drawing – General Arrangement Demolition Drawings – P&IDs

May 2012

Pre‐Seed Fermenter Demolition  

Provide all labor, materials, tools, equipment, supervision, etc. to demolish the Pre‐Seed  Fermenters at the National Corn‐to‐Ethanol Research Center per the General Arrangement  Drawing and P&IDs. 



Inclusions:  1. Remove and save equipment   2. Demolish and dispose of piping systems  3. Remove and save instruments and flanged valves  4. Demolish and dispose of platform and riser  5. Demolish and dispose of housekeeping and grout pads  6. Demolish and dispose of anchors  7. Cap, plug, or blind flange piping.  8. Patch floor  9. Dust control  10. Daily and final clean‐up 



Exclusions:  1. Electrical Work  2. Painting Work 

SOUTHERN ILLINOIS UNIVERSITY EDWARDSVILLE Fermentation Suite Piping

May 2012

ATTACHMENT CIP Modifications Subproject

SOUTHERN ILLINOIS UNIVERSITY EDWARDSVILLE Fermentation Suite Piping

CIP Modifications Summary of Work Layout Drawing Isometric Drawing

May 2012

CIP Modification – 1st Floor West Side  

Provide all labor, materials, tools, equipment, supervision, etc. to modify the CIP piping on the  first floor, west side at the National Corn‐to‐Ethanol Research Center per the Layout Drawing,  Isometric, and Reference Specification. 



Isometric provided for this subproject is NOT issued for fabrication.  Isometric provides desired  routing, quantities of materials, and quantities of welded, flanged, and clamped joints.   Contractor shall verify routing, field measure, and submit fabrication drawing to Resident  Project Engineer for review prior to fabricating piping system. 



Refer to Reference Specifications:  o

15050‐2.03 for piping fabrication requirements 

o

15050‐3.01A‐5 for flanged joint installation requirements 

o

15050‐3.01D for pipe supports, anchors, and guide general requirements 

o

15050‐3.02 for hangers and supports installation requirements 

o

15050‐3.04 for cleaning and flushing requirements 

o

15050‐3.05 for pressure testing requirements 



Materials for the CIP piping will be in accordance with Reference Piping Specification Standard  SP. 



Inclusions:  1. Demolish and dispose of pipe and fittings  2. Remove and save 3‐way valve for reuse  3. Fabricate and install piping system  4. Provide(meaning, to furnish and install) hangers and supports  5. Provide anchor bolts  6. Provide Grout Pads  7. Hydrostatic pressure test the system at 225 psig for 1 hour  8. Clean and Flush  9. Daily and final cleaning 



Exclusions:  1. Materials listed in Bill of Materials on the Isometric Drawing  2. Insulation Work  3. Painting Work 

SOUTHERN ILLINOIS UNIVERSITY EDWARDSVILLE Fermentation Suite Piping

May 2012

ATTACHMENT Process Vent Subproject    

SOUTHERN ILLINOIS UNIVERSITY EDWARDSVILLE Fermentation Suite Piping

Process Vent Summary of Work Layout Drawings Isometric Drawings

May 2012

Process Vent  

Provide all labor, materials, tools, equipment, supervision, QA/QC, etc. to install process vent  between the 150L and 1500L fermenters in Room 147 and the header on the 2nd floor, west side  of the National Corn‐to‐Ethanol Research Center per the Layout Drawings, Isometrics,  Specifications, Engineering Guideline, and Penetration Details. 



Isometric provided for this subproject is NOT issued for fabrication.  Isometric provides desired  routing, quantities of materials, and quantities of welded and clamped joints.  Contractor shall  verify routing, field measure, and submit fabrication drawing to Resident Project Engineer for  review prior to fabricating piping system. 



Materials for the process vent will be in accordance with Engineering Guideline ASDA. 



Inclusions:  1. Fabricate and install sanitary piping system per Specifications 15222 and 15222‐QA  2. QA/QC work required by Specification 15222‐QA  3. Replace any fitting or tube that is damaged during the fabrication process or does not pass  the QA/QC inspections at NO cost to owner.  4. Assemble and install bypass filter package  5. Provide hangers and supports per Specification 15222  6. Perform service test and leak check sanitary piping system with Snoop leak detection fluid  7. Clean and flush tubing system  8. Provide all materials for one wall and one mezzanine penetrations per the Reference  Penetration Details  9. Service test  10. Daily and final clean‐up 



Exclusions:  1. Materials listed in Bill of Materials on the Isometric Drawings  2. Furnish bypass filter package  3. Insulation Work  4. Furnish and install of heat tracing  5. Painting Work 

SOUTHERN ILLINOIS UNIVERSITY EDWARDSVILLE Fermentation Suite Piping

May 2012

ATTACHMENT Fermenter Fill – Process Piping Subproject

SOUTHERN ILLINOIS UNIVERSITY EDWARDSVILLE Fermentation Suite Piping

Fermenter Fill – Process Piping Summary of Work Layout Drawings Isometric Drawings

May 2012

Fermenter Fill Process Piping  

Provide all labor, materials, tools, equipment, supervision, QA/QC, etc. to install the sanitary  fermenter fill process piping between Room 147 and the production fermenters on 2nd floor,  west side of the National Corn‐to‐Ethanol Research Center per the Layout Drawings, Isometrics,  Specifications, Engineering Guideline, and Reference Specifications. 



Isometric provided for this subproject is NOT issued for fabrication.  Isometric provides desired  routing, quantities of materials, and quantities of welded and clamped joints.  Contractor shall  verify routing, field measure, and submit fabrication drawing to Resident Project Engineer for  review prior to fabricating piping system. 



Materials for the process vent will be in accordance with Engineering Guideline ASDA. 



Inclusions:  1. Fabricate and install sanitary piping system per Specifications 15222 and 15222‐QA  2. QA/QC work required by Specification 15222‐QA  3. Replace any fitting or tube that is damaged during the fabrication process or does not pass  the QA/QC inspections at NO cost to owner.  4. Provide hangers and supports per Specification 15222  5. Hydrostatic pressure test at 225 psig for 1 hour  6. Clean and flush sanitary piping system  7. Daily and final cleaning 



Exclusions:  1. Materials listed in Bill of Materials on the Isometric Drawings  2. Penetrations  3. Insulation Work  4. Painting Work 

SOUTHERN ILLINOIS UNIVERSITY EDWARDSVILLE Fermentation Suite Piping

May 2012

ATTACHMENT Fermenter Fill – Utility Piping Subproject

SOUTHERN ILLINOIS UNIVERSITY EDWARDSVILLE Fermentation Suite Piping

Fermenter Fill – Utility Piping Summary of Work Layout Drawings Isometric Drawings

May 2012

Fermenter Fill ‐ Utility Piping  

Provide all labor, materials, tools, equipment, supervision, etc. to install the fermenter fill utility  piping at the National Corn‐to‐Ethanol Research Center per the Layout Drawings, Isometrics, and  Reference Specifications. 



Isometric provided for this subproject is NOT issued for fabrication.  Isometric provides desired  routing, quantities of materials, and quantities of welded, threaded, flanged, and clamped  joints.  Contractor shall verify routing, field measure, and submit fabrication drawing to Resident  Project Engineer for review prior to fabricating piping system. 



Refer to Reference Specifications for the following:  o

Refer to 15050‐1.06 for quality assurance requirements 

o

Refer to 15050‐2.02 Table A for pipe support spacing guidelines 

o

Refer to 15050‐2.03 for piping fabrication requirements 

o

Refer to 15050‐3.01A‐4 for threaded joint requirements 

o

Refer to 15050‐3.01D for pipe supports, anchors, and guide general requirements 

o

Refer to 15050‐3.02 for hangers and supports installation requirements 

o

Refer to 15050‐3.04 for cleaning and flushing requirements 



Materials for the High Pressure Steam piping will be in accordance with Reference Piping  Specification Standard CB and the Valve List in the Reference Specifications. 



Fittings for the Process Waste Piping System will all be 316 Stainless Steel compression type  tube fittings manufactured by Swagelok. 



Valves for the Process Waste Piping System will be 316 Stainless Steel Series 60 general purpose  ball valves with compression type tube fittings manufactured by Swagelok.  



Tubing for the Process Waste Piping System will be in accordance with Engineering Guideline  ASDA. 



Inclusions:  1. Fabricate and Install High Pressure Steam Piping per the Reference Specification  2. Fabricate and Install Process Waste Piping per Swagelok installation guidelines  3. Provide Hangers and Supports  4. Service Test Piping Systems 

5. Clean and Flush Piping Systems  6. Daily and Final Cleaning  

Exclusions:  1. Materials listed in Bill of Materials on the Isometric Drawings  2. Penetrations  3. Insulation Work  4. Painting Work 

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May 2012

ATTACHMENT Specifications

SOUTHERN ILLINOIS UNIVERSITY EDWARDSVILLE Fermentation Suite Piping

Specifications 15222 – High Purity Piping 15222-QA – High Purity Piping Quality Assurance

May 2012

SECTION 15222– HIGH PURITY PIPING PART 1 - GENERAL 1.01

SUMMARY: A.

This Section includes piping systems for the following systems 1.

1.02

Fermentation Venting (FV)

DEFINITIONS: A.

SS. Stainless Steel, for high purity systems having welded components, product contact surfaces shall be 316L, non welded components may be 316.

1.03

REFERENCES: A.

Applicable Standards: 1.

American Society of Mechanical Engineers International (ASME): a.

B31.3 - Process Piping.

b.

Boiler and Pressure Vessel Code: Section IX, "Welding and Brazing Qualifications”

c. 2.

BPE – Bioprocess Equipment

ASTM International (ASTM): a.

A270 - Seamless and Welded Austenitic Stainless Steel Sanitary Tubing

b.

A182/A182M – Forged and Rolled Alloy and Stainless Steel – High Temperature Service

c.

A262 – Detecting Susceptibility to Intergranular Attack in Austenitic Stainless Steels

d.

A351/A351M – Castings Austenitic for Pressure Containing Parts

e.

A312/A312M - Seamless and Welded Austenitic Stainless Steel Pipes

f.

A403/A403M - Wrought Austenitic Stainless Steel Piping Fittings

g.

A380 – Cleaning, Descaling, and Passivation of Stainless Steel Parts, Equipment, and Systems

3.

US Department of Health and Human Services, Food and Drug Administration (FDA) a.

Code of Federal Regulations – Title 21 (1)

21 CFR 210 – Current Good Manufacturing Practice in Manufacturing, Processing, Packing, or Holding of Drugs

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SECTION 15222 – HIGH PURITY PIPING: continued (2)

21 CFR 178.35 – Indirect Food Additives, Adjuvants, Production Aids, and Sanitizers

4.

5.

Manufacturers Standardization Society of the Valve and Fittings Industry Inc. (MSS): a.

SP-69 - Pipe Hangers and Supports - Selection and Application.

b.

SP-72 - Ball Valves with Flanged or Butt-Welding Ends for General Service.

c.

SP-88 - Diaphragm Type Valves

Site Standard Documents a.

Utility Piping - Washington Group – Specification Section “15050 General Piping, Fabrication and Installation”

1.04

PERFORMANCE REQUIREMENTS: A.

Provide components and installation capable of producing piping with the following minimum working-pressure ratings, unless otherwise indicated: 1.

1.05

High Purity Piping: 150 psig, unless otherwise indicated.

SUBMITTALS: A.

General: Submit the following in accordance with 1.

SECTION 15222-QA – HIGH PURITY PIPING QUALITY ASSURANCE.

B.

Welder and Welding Qualifications.

C.

Contractor Qualifications.

D.

Field quality-control test reports.

1.06

QUALITY ASSURANCE: A.

Materials, Welding and Installation shall meet the requirements of 1.

SECTION 15222-QA HIGH PURITY PIPING QUALITY ASSURANCE

B.

Piping materials shall bear label, stamp, or other markings of highest governing standard(s)

C.

Piping materials shall bear mill test number permanently etched in all sections

PART 2 - PRODUCTS 2.01

MANUFACTURERS: A.

In other Part 2 articles where titles below introduce lists, the following requirements apply to product selection:

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SECTION 15222 – HIGH PURITY PIPING: continued 1.

Manufacturers: Subject to compliance with requirements, provide products by one of the manufacturers specified.

2.02

PIPING MATERIALS: A.

Refer to Part 3, Section 3.01 "Piping Applications" for applications of pipe, fitting, and joining materials.

B.

Transition Fittings and Adapters: Couplings, flanges, or other manufactured fittings, same size as, with pressure rating at least equal to, and ends compatible with piping to be joined having matching surface finishes and dimensional requirements.

2.03

STAINLESS-STEEL PIPE, FITTINGS AND ACCESSORIES: A.

All materials and components shall meet the requirements Piping Material Specification – ASDA for the materials and surface finishes.

B.

Manufacturers and (brands) are listed below. Provide items from approved vendors and brands. 1.

2.

3.

4.

Tubing - Acceptable Manufacturers a.

Plymouth Tube Co. (Trent)

b.

Rath

c.

Sandvik

Fittings – Acceptable Manufacturers a.

Advance Fittings

b.

Robert James

c.

Tri-Clover

d.

Approved Equal

Adapters – Acceptable Manufacturers a.

Central States Industrial

b.

Approved Equal

Ball Valves – Acceptable manufacturers a.

PBM

b.

SVF

c.

Tru-Flo

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SECTION 15222 – HIGH PURITY PIPING: continued 5.

6.

7.

8.

Hangers for Exposed High Purity Piping – Acceptable Manufacturers a.

Behringer

b.

Top Line

c.

Approved Equal

Hangers for Non-Exposed High Purity Piping – Acceptable Manufacturers a.

Anvil International

b.

Cooper B-Line

c.

Approved Equal

Clamps – Acceptable Manufacturers a.

Alfa Laval (Tri-Clover)

b.

Waukesha Cherry Burrell (Single Pin High Polish only)

c.

Approved Equal

Gaskets – Acceptable manufacturers a.

Rubber Fab

b.

Newman Sanitary Gasket Co.

c.

Waukesha Cherry Burrell

d.

Approved Equal

PART 3 - EXECUTION 3.01

PIPING APPLICATIONS: A.

Transition and special fittings with pressure ratings at least equal to and of material same as, or compatible with, piping may be used only where shown on contract drawings

B.

High Purity Piping: 1.

C.

Piping Type – ASDA – 316L STAINLESS STEEL TUBING

Where conflicts exist between general materials and methods sections or other more general sections and this specification this section shall govern.

3.02

VALVE APPLICATIONS: A.

Drawings and material datasheets indicate valve types to be used. Where specific valve types are not indicated, the following requirement apply: 1.

Shutoff Duty. Use 3 piece ball with reinforced TFE cavity packing

2.

Throttling Duty. Use 3 piece ball valve, with open/close travel stop, and reinforced TFE cavity packing 15222-4

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PIPING INSTALLATION: A.

General Locations and Arrangements: Drawing plans and details indicate general location and arrangement of high purity piping. Location and arrangement of piping layout take design considerations into account. Install piping as indicated, to extent practical.

B.

Refer to SECTION 15222-QA HIGH PURITY PIPING QUALITY ASSURANCE for general piping installation requirements.

3.04

JOINT CONSTRUCTION: A.

High Purity Systems shall be welded to the greatest extent possible except where installation of clamps is indicated or required for removal and service of components.

B.

Refer to system material datasheet and Section 15222-QA HIGH PURITY PIPING QUALITY ASSURANCE for basic piping joint construction. Where specific joint construction is not indicated, follow ASME BPE Material Joining and piping manufacturer's written instructions.

C.

Join dissimilar pipe materials with transition fittings compatible with pipe materials being joined.

3.05

VALVE INSTALLATION: A.

Install valves as shown on the Piping Drawings. Refer to SECTION 15222-QA HIGH PURITY PIPING QUALITY ASSURANCE for general valve installation requirements.

B. 3.06

Install valves to prevent deadlegs and provide for full draining of the system. HANGER AND SUPPORT INSTALLATION:

A.

Pipe hanger and support devices and installation requirements are specified in Site Standard Reference Specification Section 15050 – General Piping, Fabrication, and Installation and detailed in the piping drawings. Install the following: 1.

Clamps for Vertical Piping: MSS Type 42 (304 SS).

2.

Exposed straight horizontal and vertical runs: a.

Sanitary Insert Clamp hangars with Polymer insert, 304 SS end plates, nuts, bolts, washers, standoffs and all other hardware.

b.

Hexagonal Stainless Steel Clamp with EPDM inserts, SS brackets, nuts, bolts, standoffs and hardware.

3.

Individual, Straight, Horizontal Piping Runs – Non-Exposed: a.

Adjustable, steel clevis hangers with insulation shield.

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SECTION 15222 – HIGH PURITY PIPING: continued B.

Support horizontal piping and tubing as close as practically possible to each fitting, valve and coupling.

C.

Support vertical piping and tubing at base and at each floor.

D.

Rod diameter may be reduced one size for double-rod hangers, to minimum of 3/8 inch (10 mm).

E.

Support piping and tubing not listed above according to MSS SP-69 and manufacturer's written instructions.

3.07

CONNECTIONS: A.

Drawings indicate general arrangement of piping, fittings, and specialties.

B.

Install piping adjacent to equipment and machines to allow service and maintenance.

C.

Connect high purity piping to equipment and service outlets with sanitary clamps or as indicated.

3.08

LABELING AND IDENTIFICATION: A.

Install pipe markers and valve tags on piping. Distinguish between different systems and include direction of flow indication on each pipe.

3.09

FIELD QUALITY CONTROL: A.

High Purity piping, valves and accessories shall be tested in accordance with SECTION 15222-QA HIGH PURITY PIPING QUALITY ASSURANCE.

B.

Test new piping, and parts of existing piping that have been altered, extended, or repaired, for leaks and defects. 1.

Schedule tests and their inspections by third party piping inspector and Owner, with at least 24 hours advance notice.

2.

Do not continue work that renders work un-inspectable. Do not cover or put into service before inspection and approval.

3.

Test completed piping according to requirements in SECTION 15222-QA HIGH PURITY PIPING QUALITY ASSURANCE. a.

Hydrostatic Tests: Test piping at pressure not less than 1-1/2 times the maximum system operating pressure, but not less than 90 psig. (1)

Remove components not rated for test pressure.

4.

Replace leaking joints with new materials and retest until no leaks exist.

5.

Submit separate reports for each test. 15222-6

13APR12

SECTION 15222 – HIGH PURITY PIPING: continued 3.10

CLEANING: A.

Clean piping systems in accordance with Site Standard Specification Section 15050 – General Piping, Fabrication, and Installation.

END OF SECTION 15222

15222-7

13APR12

SECTION 15222-QA – HIGH PURITY PIPING QUALITY ASSURANCE PART 1 - GENERAL 1.01

SUMMARY: A.

This Section specifies the requirements for quality assurance procedures and documentation associated with the procurement, fabrication and installation of hygienic high purity piping used in critical systems:

1.02

1.

Contractor Quality Assurance

2.

Material Quality Assurance

3.

Welding Quality Assurance

4.

Installation Quality Assurance

REFERENCES: A.

Applicable Standards (latest edition): 1.

American Welding Society (AWS): a.

D18 – Welding of Austenitic Stainless Steel Tube and Pipe Systems in Sanitary (Hygienic) Applications.

2.

ASME International (ASME): a.

B31.3 – Process Piping.

b.

2007 ASME – BPE, Bioprocess Equipment

c.

Section II A SA-312 – Specifications for Seamless and Welded Austenitic Stainless Steel Pipe

3.

d.

BPVC-V – Nondestructive Examination

e.

SA-999 – General Requirements for Alloy and Stainless Steel Pipe

American Society for Nondestructive Testing (ASNT) a.

4.

SNT-TC-1A – Recommended Practices

ASTM International (ASTM): a.

A270 – Seamless and Welded Austenitic Stainless Steel Sanitary Tubing

b.

A262 – Detecting Susceptibility to Intergranular Attack in Austenitic Stainless Steels

c.

A351/A351M – Castings Austenitic for Pressure Containing Parts

d.

A312/A312M - Seamless and Welded Austenitic Stainless Steel Pipes

e.

A403/A403M - Wrought Austenitic Stainless Steel Piping Fittings

15222-QA-1

13APR12

SECTION 15222-QA - HIGH PURITY PIPING QUALITY ASSURANCE: continued f.

A380 – Cleaning, Descaling, and Passivation of Stainless Steel Parts, Equipment, and Systems

5.

US Department of Health and Human Services, Food and Drug Administration (FDA) a.

Code of Federal Regulations – Title 21 (1)

21 CFR 210 – Current Good Manufacturing Practice in Manufacturing, Processing, Packing, or Holding of Drugs

(2)

21 CFR 178.35 – Indirect Food Additives, Adjuvants, Production Aids, and Sanitizers

6.

MSS-Material Standardization Society a.

SP-43 – Wrought and Fabricated Butt-Welding Fittings for Low Pressure, Corrosion Resistant Applications

b.

SP-55 – Quality Standard for Steel Castings for Valves Flanges and Fittings and other Piping Components, Visual Method for Evaluation of Surface Irregularities

c. 7.

1.03

SP-58 – Pipe Hangers and Supports - Materials, Design and Manufacture

United States Pharmacopeia (USP) a.

– Biological Reactivity Test

b.

- Biological Reactivity Test.

DEFINITIONS: A.

Mill Certificate. Original chemical analysis of single lot of steel with traceable evidence that component is fabricated from said lot.

B.

Product Literature. Detailed Product information indicating part and model numbers, performance characteristics, fabrication components, and standards under which it was fabricated.

C.

O&M. Operation and Maintenance Manual outlining complete disassembly and reassembly of components, recommended maintenance procedures and intervals and recommended spare parts for two years of operation.

D.

Critical System. System in contact with, product, fermentation components or which conveys materials which become part of product or fermentation components. All components inside a sterile boundary are deemed critical.

E.

Turnover Package. Compilation of component and project information having common structure for all packages and organized by individual system.

15222-QA-2

13APR12

SECTION 15222-QA - HIGH PURITY PIPING QUALITY ASSURANCE: continued F.

Purchased Spare Parts. Spare Parts included in contract by specification and/or shipped with materials.

1.04

PERFORMANCE REQUIREMENTS: A.

Materials, Methods and Documentation shall be inspected and meet the requirements listed in the specifications covering critical system components.

B.

Inspection services shall be provided by Contractor on a sub-contractor basis. Inspector shall be ASNT Level II certified and have been engaged in the inspection of high purity piping systems for not less than three years.

1.05

SUBMITTALS: Contractor shall submit proper documentation with bid and prior to execution of work. Product and component information shall be retained and submitted as part of the turnover package.

Submittals shall be scheduled as follows: [A]

With Bid

[B]

Within three weeks of contract award

[C]

Prior to execution of work

[D]

Prior to system turnover

A.

Contractor Qualifications

B.

Contractors Quality Assurance Procedures 1.

C.

[A]

Welder training log

Welding Procedure Specification 1.

[B]

Weld Procedures Specification a.

D.

[A]

Applicable size ranges

2.

Automatic orbital welding machine programs

3.

Non-destructive test results

4.

Destructive test results

Orbital Welding Machine Information

[C]

1.

Certificate of Calibration

2.

Unit Information, Model Number(s), Serial Number(s)

3.

Welding Head Information, Sizes, Serial Numbers 15222-QA-3

13APR12

SECTION 15222-QA - HIGH PURITY PIPING QUALITY ASSURANCE: continued E.

Turnover Package Forms [B]

F.

Completed Turnover Package [D]

1.06

PROJECT DOCUMENTATION: Contractor shall provide the following documents at critical points in the project for review and approval prior to continuation of work. Documents shall be submitted at earliest opportunity and must be approved prior to execution of work that would preclude re-execution of the test involved A.

Slope verification reports

B.

Pressure test reports

C.

Weld inspection reports

1.07

CLOSE OUT DOCUMENTATION: Contractor shall submit complete and correct project closeout information including: A.

As Built Drawings 1.

P&ID drawings

2.

Plan and Elevation Drawings

PART 2 - PRODUCTS 2.01

NOT APPLICABLE

PART 3 - EXECUTION 3.01

GENERAL QUALITY ASSURANCE REQUIREMENTS: A.

Contractors shall have been engaged in the installation of high purity, sanitary stainless steel tubing systems for the food, pharmaceutical, or high purity water industry for a period of not less than five years and shall provide timeline showing projects for this period.

B.

Contractor shall have a written Quality Assurance Program and provide documented evidence of such as well as training records showing that personnel involved in the project have been properly trained in the handling and installation of high purity systems.

15222-QA-4

13APR12

SECTION 15222-QA - HIGH PURITY PIPING QUALITY ASSURANCE: continued C.

Submit copies of Contractor’s Quality Assurance Program table of contents along with any industry or governmental certifications with proposal:

D.

1.

ISO

2.

ASQ

3.

BPE

Components of all critical systems shall be provided, installed and inspected in accordance with the following Quality Assurance Section.

E.

Owner shall provide documentation certifying that all materials used in critical systems meets or exceeds the minimum requirements as set forth in the piping system specification.

3.02

QUALITY ASSURANCE – MATERIAL REQUIREMENTS: A.

All materials used in the fabrication of critical systems shall meet the requirements of ASME BPE for material, dimensions, and surface finishes by system. Materials shall be provided with certificates of conformance with ASME BPE and other industry standards.

B.

Owner shall obtain copies of the required documentation for each item and component installed in the high purity piping system. Documentation shall be organized and compiled in accordance with the Turnover Package Specification with all documents of like kind grouped together by system. Each document shall have a permanently affixed label or annotation indicating all components it is intended to cover. Where documents cover multiple systems, copies shall be provided to allow for a complete turnover package by system. 1.

Contractor shall transport and store critical materials in a manner that preserves the integrity of the manufacturer’s wrapping, preserves the manufacturer’s documentation and protects the materials from the construction environment.

3.03

QUALITY ASSURANCE – INSPECTION: A.

All critical system components shall be inspected for conformance with specification requirements as follows:

15222-QA-5

13APR12

SECTION 15222-QA – HIGH PURITY PIPING QUALITY ASSURANCE: continued No.

Inspection

1 Surface Finish 2

Dimensions

3

Heat Number

4

Markings

Reference

Method

Test Equipment

Results Measured in / Required Documentation Identify areas of concern for further inspection

ASNT, ASME BPE

Direct Examination

None – Visual

ASME BPE, ASME Section II A SA-312/ SA312M, ASTM A270 ASME Section II A SA-312/SA312M

Dimensional Measurement

Caliper/Micrometer, Max and min inner Guides, Offset diameter and outer Gauges, Maginifier, diameters, wall thickness, and bevel angle

Visual

None

ASME Section II SA999 / SA 999M

Visual

None

Confirm that all components have permanently afixed heat number. None

5A

Manufacturer’s Product Literature

5B

Manufacturer’s Handling and Installation Instructions

5C

Documentation

Project Specifications, Turnover Package Requirements

7

Materials of

Project

Confirmation

None

Manufacturer’s Operating and Maintanence Information

Review

None

Confirm all Materials are

15222-QA-6

Acceptance Criteria Uniform surface, free of cracks, pits, debris, discoloration or other surface imperfections per ASME BPE Table SF-1 ASME BPE MJ

Mill Certificate available and confirmed for alloy content for each heat number encountered. Manufacturer markings indicate compliance with ASME, ASTM and BPE standards Confirm that part number, model, options and accessories are clearly noted Confirm that storage and installation requirements are clearly stated for each component Confirm that operating and maintenance manuals are present for each component and Vendor supplied equipment that indicates spare parts and procedures required for all user performable maintenance Confirm that both contact and

24SEP09

SECTION 15222-QA - HIGH PURITY PIPING QUALITY ASSURANCE: continued No.

9

Inspection

Reference

Construction

Specifcations

Weld Inspection

ASME BPE, ASME B31.3

Method

Visual

Test Equipment

Boroscope

15222-QA-7

Results Measured in / Required Documentation indicated in specification by review of documentation Pass/fail

Acceptance Criteria non-contact components meet specifcations. Free of cracks, lack of fusion, porosity, inclusions, undercut, grove concavity, and discoloration per ASME BPE Table MJ-1

24SEP09

SECTION 15222-QA – HIGH PURITY PIPING QUALITY ASSURANCE: continued B.

Contractor shall record all inspection information for project on approved forms. Where none exist, Contractor shall develop component inspection forms capturing all data.

C.

Component surface finishes may be reworked at Owner’s discretion for non-conforming materials provided an approved method and qualified polishing or electro polishing shop has been indentified and approved by Owner.

3.04

QUALITY ASSURANCE - WELDING REQUIREMENTS: A.

Welding of Hygienic/Sanitary tubing shall be by automatic programmable Gas Tungsten Arc (orbital) Welding using Tungsten Thorium electrodes meeting ISO WT2 (AWS EWTh-2) with a minimum diameter or 1/16” and maximum of 1/8”. Welds shall be fusion type with no filler material. All welds shall be purged with Argon having a purity of 99.995% on both the interior and exterior of the tubing.

B.

Contractor shall have a qualified welding procedure specification (WPS) for each type and size of weld to be executed as part of the contract. Each WPS shall be qualified through visual and destructive testing in accordance with AWS B2.1 using a maximum bend radius of 1/16th inch. Evaluation shall be in accordance with AWS D18. After visual inspection, the samples shall be subjected to root and tensile testing.

C.

Each welding machine shall be identified with a unique number. Contractor shall provide documentation for each welding machine including: manufacturer’s name, model number, serial number, and Calibration Certificate showing calibration expiration. Welding equipment shall be used only within the documented calibration period.

D.

Contractor shall have training program and documentation indicating that all welding machine operators are properly trained. WPS shall remain in effect indefinitely unless the welder or welding operator is not engaged in performing welds for a period of six months or if there is a specific reason to question the qualifications of the welder. Documented evidence of welder qualifications shall be submitted with proposal.

E.

Qualification of a Welder and WPS in the size range of 1-3” qualifies the welder to operate the equipment using other approved sanitary tubing WPS procedures ranging from ½” to 6” in size.

F.

Contractor must submit to Owner/Inspector welding samples from each employee that is performing welding for destructive testing. These samples must be prepared on the jobsite prior to starting work on the project.

15222-QA-8

24SEP09

SECTION 15222-QA - HIGH PURITY PIPING QUALITY ASSURANCE: continued G.

A minimum of 20% of welds shall be inspected on each system. The Contractor shall submit an Inspection Plan to ensure that the welds meet the Owner’s requirements for inspections. This plan shall include boroscopic or direct visual inspection of the product contact surfaces.

H.

Material Preparation 1.

Edges shall be square cut and faced using tools specifically designed for use with automatic orbital welding and which are dedicated to stainless steel tubing. Ends shall be free from discoloration and shall not be beveled more than 10%. Variations shall not exceed the requirements of ASTM A270 and meet the requirements of ASME BPE DT-8 after cutting. Cutting flash and burrs shall be removed and the surface cleaned with nonchlorinated solvent such as IPA or other approved solvent and non lint producing wipes. Clean an area 50% wider than the weld head to be used.

2.

All surfaces shall be allowed to dry prior to welding, and all surfaces shall be above 50°F.

3.

Initial fit-up of piping shall be by alignment fixture or jig. The welding head shall not be used to provide alignment force. Where required, a maximum of three automatic or manual tack welds may be used to temporarily align work. Tack welds shall lack full penetration and shall be such that they are consumed fully during the final weld. Final welds showing evidence of tack welds on the interior surface shall be rejected. Where tack welds are utilized, alignment must be confirmed after tack welding and prior to final weld.

I.

Welds are not accepted until approved by inspector and weld log is signed indicating acceptance. In cases of disagreement Owner shall have final authority with all welds meeting current site acceptance criteria and when compared to approved sample coupons.

3.05

QUALITY ASSURANCE - INSTALLATION REQUIREMENTS: A.

Contractor shall install critical system components in a manner that prevent field damage to components. Openings shall be capped when work is not in progress and piping hanging or extending into material paths, walkways, areas require for access shall be protected with temporary barricades to prevent damage.

B.

Systems shall be completely drainable through points of use and other installed valves. Where system components must be disassembled to affect draining of the system this shall be noted

15222-QA-9

24SEP09

SECTION 15222-QA - HIGH PURITY PIPING QUALITY ASSURANCE: continued on the isometrics and approved by Owner or Owner’s Representative. All lines shall be sloped a minimum of 1/8” per foot. Slope shall be as indicated on the P&IDs and Piping Drawings. C.

Piping Slopes shall be verified prior to installation of insulation using insulation spacers. Insulation runs over 50’ or runs which cannot be visually inspected for slope, with the insulation in place, shall have a minimum of three sections of insulation removed to confirm the as-built slope of the line.

D.

Contractor shall install components in accordance with component manufacturer’s recommended practices.

3.06

QUALITY ASSURANCE - INSTALLATION TESTING REQUIREMENTS: Contractor shall test critical systems and critical system components as follows: A.

Slope Verification Test. Confirm that piping as installed is properly sloped. Record the following:

B.

1.

End of run elevations

2.

Change of direction elevations

3.

Use point elevations

4.

Calculated slope value for minimum local slope

Pressure Test. All systems shall be hydrotested at 1.5 times service pressure or 90 psig whichever is greater (not to exceed system pressure rating as defined on material datasheet). Pneumatic Testing may be approved by owner but shall require minimum of 8 hour hold time. 1.

System shall be filled with high purity water.

2.

Air shall be removed.

3.

System shall be temperature equalized.

4.

Pressurize system to 5 psig and hold for 20 minutes. If no significant pressure drop occurs, continue testing. If pressure decay occurs walk system down and repair as necessary.

5.

Increase system pressure to test pressure.

6.

Walk system down, look for any leaks, fix and repair if found.

7.

Isolate system from pressure source.

8.

Monitor pressure for period of 1 hour.

9.

Evaluate as follows: a.

Loss less than 2 psig – system passes.

15222-QA-10

24SEP09

SECTION 15222-QA - HIGH PURITY PIPING QUALITY ASSURANCE: continued b.

Loss of between 2 – 5psig – continue pressure hold test for additional hour.

c.

Loss greater than 6 psig – system fails.

10. Relieve pressure to safe location. 11. Submit Hydrotest Report to Owner for review prior to removal of test equipment.

END OF SECTION 15222-QA

15222-QA-11

24SEP09

SOUTHERN ILLINOIS UNIVERSITY EDWARDSVILLE Fermentation Suite Piping

May 2012

ATTACHMENT Engineering Guideline

SOUTHERN ILLINOIS UNIVERSITY EDWARDSVILLE Fermentation Suite Piping

Engineering Guideline ASDA

May 2012

Engineering Guidelines

00000-ASDA

Pipe Material Spec

Rev: 0

Class 150, 316/316L SS, Orbitally Welded, 0.000" Sanitary Process Service

Date: 17 MAY 12

ASDA Piping Material Specification

Sanitary Stainless Tubing - Pharmaceutical

Rev 0 1

Description Issue for Construction Omitted actuator requirement for valves.

Date 30 MAR 10

By T. Schmidt

17 MAY 12

T. Schmidt

Checked

Approved

Issued for Specific Project: Fermentation Suite Piping Project Number: _ 57642

________________

Engineering Guidelines

00000-ASDA

Pipe Material Spec

Rev: 0

Class 150, 316/316L SS, Orbitally Welded, 0.000" Sanitary Process Service

Date: 17 MAY 12

SERVICE:

FERMENTATION VENTING

MATERIAL:

316L SS WELDED / 316 SS CLAMPED

RATING CLASS:

00 ASME BPE, CONSULT MANUFACTURERS STDs -20F to 800F (Note 09) 0.000 in

DESIGN CODE:

ASME B31.3-2006

STRESS RELIEF: EXAMINATION:

NONE REQUIRED Per SECTION 15222-QA – HIGH PURITY PIPING QUALITY ASSURANCE

TEMPERATURE LIMIT: NOMINAL CORROSION ALLOWANCE:

CLEANING

PASSIVATION AND DRYING

PRESSURE -TEMPERATURE RATINGS TEMP °F (°C) PRESSURE PSIG - WELD PRESSURE PSIG – < 3” CLAMP PRESSURE PSIG – 3” CLAMP PRESSURE PSIG – 4” CLAMP

ITEM TUBING

NOTES 01, 901

SURFACE FINISH INTERIOR EXTERIOR JOINING METHOD AUTOMATIC WELD MANUAL WELD INGOLD SANITARY CLAMP FITTINGS

OD All 1/8, 1/4” ½ - 1½” 1½ - 3” 4” 6”

100 (38) 200 200 200 200

WALL 0.035” 0.065” 0.065” 0.083” 0.109”

200 (93) 200 165 150 125

300 (149) 200 150 125 100

DESCRIPTION 316L ASTM A270 TUBING MEETING ASME BPE SS SML, ASTM A270/A480 – TP 316L (Ej=1.00) SS SML, ASTM A270/A480 – TP 316L (Ej=1.00) SS WLD, ASTM A270/A480 – TP 316L (Ej=0.80) SS WLD, ASTM A270/A480 – TP 316L (Ej=0.80) SS WLD, ASTM A270/A480 – TP 316L (Ej=0.80)

USER CODE

ALL ALL

ASME BPE SF-5, 20 µ INCH Ra ASME BPE-SF-3, 32 µINCH Ra

ALL

ASME BPE 31.3, AWS D.18

902

ALL

ASME BPE 31.3, AWS D.18

903

25 mm ALL

ASTM A-182 MILLED FROM BAR STOCK TRI-CLOVER SANITARY CLAMP OR APPROVED EQUAL

90 ELL

¼ – 6”

45 ELL

¾ - 6”

TEE

½ - 6”

Stainless steel tube fittings per ASTM A270-2008 Supplementary Requirements, S2 Pharmaceutical Quality Tubing 316. Weld fittings shall be 316L, suitable for orbital welding. Weld fittings and clamp fittings shall comply with the dimensional tolerances specified in the ASME BPE 2007 standard. All fittings shall be marked with a heat number. The manufacturer shall provide mill certificates for every heat number. Fittings shall have a sulfur content of 0.008 – 0.017%. Grade TP316-L, weld fittings. ASTM A270 Extended Tangent ends, Sanitary Clamp ends where shown on drawings ASTM A270 Extended Tangent ends, Sanitary Clamp ends where shown on drawings ASTM A270 Extended Tangent ends. Extrusion fittings allowed in accordance with ASTM F2014, Sanitary Clamp Ends where indicated on drawings 316 / 316L Tubing Adapters

01

01, 901

ADAPTER 01, 901

00000-ASDA-1

17MAY12

Engineering Guidelines

00000-ASDA

Pipe Material Spec

Rev: 0

Class 150, 316/316L SS, Orbitally Welded, 0.000" Sanitary Process Service

Date: 17 MAY 12

1” – 6”

ANSI Series C1 Flange by Sanitary Clamp Adapter. Piping to meet ASTM A268, tubing to meet ASTM A270 Pipe to tubing welded adapter. Extended tangent ends. Tubing end in accordance with ASTM A270, pipe end shall meet ASTM A268 316L SS SANITARY CLAMP CAP, 0.1875” THICK 316L SS SANITARY CLAMP CAP, 0.250” THICK 316L SS SANITARY CLAMP CAP, 0.3125” THICK

1” – 4” Cap

VALVES

1/2 – ¾” 1 – 3” 4”

01 Ball 08

½” – 2”

Ball 08

3 – 4”

GASKET 01 Sanitary Clamp O-Ring Valve Packing 200°F BOLTING Clamps

Clamps

ALL

Forged Stainless Steel per ASTM A-182 grade CF3M and ANSI B1.20.1 & B16.10, 3 piece ball type with cavity inserts having full bore design meeting ASME BPE SG-4.1.1.8 installed fully drainable. Provide Clamp ends where shown on drawings. Valves shall have stainless steel trim and handle with insulating cover, locking mechanism and actuator mounting pad meeting ISO-5211. Valve bodies shall be provided with purge or CIP ports where indicated on drawings. Seal materials shall meet the requirements of ASME BPE SG-4 and shall provide Class III shutoff. Cast Stainless Steel per ASTM A-351 grade CF-8M and ANSI B1.20.1 & B16.103 piece ball type with cavity inserts having full bore design meeting ASME BPE SG-4.1.1.8 installed fully drainable. Class 150 weld ends, provide Tri-Clamp ends where shown on drawings. Valves shall have stainless steel trim and handle with insulating cover, locking mechanism and actuator mounting pad meeting ISO5211. Valve bodies shall be provided with purge or CIP ports where indicated on drawings. Seal materials shall meet the requirements of ASME BPE SG-4 and shall provide Class III shutoff.

ALL ALL ALL

Viton meeting USP CLASS VI REQUIREMENTS. Viton meeting USP CLASS VI REQUIREMENTS. VIRGIN TFE - PTFE per ASTM D3293

ALL

REINFORCED TFE – PTFE per ASTM 4745-02 MEETING USP & CLASS VI REQUIREMENTS

¼ – 3”

STAINLESS STEEL TWO PIECE CLAMP WITH SQUARE EDGED WINGNUT, STAINLESS BOLT AND NUT 13MHHM OR EQUAL STAINLESS STEEL TWO PIECE BOLTED CLAMP ASSEMBLY 13MHP OR EQUAL

4, 6”

00000-ASDA-2

17MAY12

Engineering Guidelines

00000-ASDA

Pipe Material Spec

Rev: 0

Class 150, 316/316L SS, Orbitally Welded, 0.000" Sanitary Process Service

Date: 17 MAY 12

90 BRANCH CONNECTION Legend and Chart

BRANCH SIZE

6

T

4

R

T

3

R

R

T

2

R

R

R

T

1-1/2

R

R

R

R

T

1

R

R

R

R

R

T

3/4

-

-

-

R

R

R

T

1/2

6

4

3

R 2

R 1-1/2

R 1

T ¾

T 1/2

HEADER SIZE

E R T

Reducing TEE TEE with eccentric reducer TEE

NOTES: 01 02 03 04 08 09 901 902 903

High Purity Piping shall meet the requirements indicated in 15222-QA High Purity Piping Quality Assurance All tubing and fittings shall meet dimensions and ovality as stated in ASTM A270, measured prior to welding Threaded joints are permitted only at the outlet of vent and drain valves or other areas specifically defined as outside the sanitary system boundary. Flange connections permitted only where required to match equipment, flange ID shall match tubing ID. Full-port valves shall be used unless indicated otherwise on the P&ID. Pressure and temperature rating can be limited by certain components permitted by this Practice. Manufacturer's recommended pressure-temperature restrictions shall be consulted. Tubing and fittings used for welded shall be low Carbon 316L containing less than 0.035% Carbon Manual Welding must be approved in writing by Owner Use of Ingold Fittings must be specifically approved in writing

REFERENCES: Process Industry Practices (PIP) PIP PNF0200 - Vents, Drains, and Instrument Connection Details PIP PNSMV025 - Stainless Steel Check Valve Descriptions PIP PNSMV026 - Stainless Steel Ball Valve Descriptions

00000-ASDA-3

17MAY12

SOUTHERN ILLINOIS UNIVERSITY EDWARDSVILLE Fermentation Suite Piping

May 2012

ATTACHMENT Reference Specifications

SOUTHERN ILLINOIS UNIVERSITY EDWARDSVILLE Fermentation Suite Piping

Reference Specifications 15050 – General Piping Materials, Fabrication, and Installation

May 2012

SOUTHERN ILLINOIS UNIVERSITY EDWARDSVILLE Fermentation Suite Piping

May 2012

ATTACHMENT Reference – Piping Specification Standards

SOUTHERN ILLINOIS UNIVERSITY EDWARDSVILLE Fermentation Suite Piping

Reference – Piping Specification Standards Piping Service Index Piping Specification Standard Piping Specification Standard

CB SP

May 2012

SOUTHERN ILLINOIS UNIVERSITY EDWARDSVILLE Fermentation Suite Piping

May 2012

ATTACHMENT Reference – Hanger and Support Details

SOUTHERN ILLINOIS UNIVERSITY EDWARDSVILLE Fermentation Suite Piping

Reference – Hanger and Support Details P006 – Typical Pipe Support Details P007 – Typical Pipe Support Details

May 2012

SOUTHERN ILLINOIS UNIVERSITY EDWARDSVILLE Fermentation Suite Piping

May 2012

ATTACHMENT Reference - Penetration Details

SOUTHERN ILLINOIS UNIVERSITY EDWARDSVILLE Fermentation Suite Piping

Reference - Penetration Details Wall Penetration Detail Floor Penetration Detail

May 2012

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