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01 Warehouse Reorganization 2021 SOW.pdf

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Attachment 0001 STATEMENT OF WORK 1.0 CONTRACT PROJECT: 1.1 Project Title: Warehouse Reorganization 2021 2.0 PROJECT CONTACT PERSONS: 2.1 On-Site Project Contacts (PC) Kendall Fancher NOAA/NOS/National Geodetic Survey Phone: (202) 306-4653 cell Email: kendall.fancher@noaa.gov Charles Geoghegan NOAA/NOS National Geodetic Survey Phone: (540) 376-6533 office Email: charles.geoghegan@noaa.gov 2.2 Contracting Officer Technical Representative (COR) Erika Little NOAA/NOS/National Geodetic Survey Phone: 240-678-5254 cell Email: Erika.little@noaa.gov 3.0. PROJECT TASKS: This project includes; sorting and organizing property, materials and supplies located in a combination warehouse/garage building and an ancillary building (see Figure 1.). Both buildings are located at the National Geodetic Survey’s Testing & Training Center (NGS TTC), 15351 Office Drive, Woodford, VA 22580. Additionally, this project entails; replacement of old shelving, construction of an 8-ft tall wall- dividing the garage into 2 separate spaces, refinishing floor surfaces and some electrical work. Specific tasks include: 3.1 Remove all items from the areas depicted in Figure 2. The items are to be sorted and stored on-site during task 3.2. The contractor will remove all items from the warehouse/garage spaces identified in Figure 2. A NOAA PC will classify items as they are removed from these spaces as either “to be retained”, “to be recycled”, or “Heritage Asset”. Those items classified as “Heritage Asset” will be relocated to the Ancillary Building. The remaining items will be temporarily stored on-site, in weather tight storage provided by the contractor. All items will be stored separately based upon their classification of either; “to be retained” or “to be recycled” by a PC. 3.2 Clean spaces and replace shelving. • The contractor will remove and recycle all existing shelving located in the warehouse/garage building as identified in the areas depicted in Figure 2. • The contractor will clean all floor surfaces in the warehouse/garage spaces. The floor shall be prepped and painted using a good quality paint suitable for the application (2 coats). • The contractor will provide and install new shelving (see section 4.6 for shelving specifications). New shelving for the warehouse /garage shall be installed in locations depicted in Figure 3. 3.3 Return stored items to the warehouse/garage spaces. • The contractor will return the items stored temporarily during task 3.1 to the warehouse/garage spaces, placing items on the new shelving at the direction of a NOAA PC. 3.4 Build an 8-ft tall dividing wall in the garage space. • The contractor shall construct an 8-ft tall interior wall in the area depicted in Figure 4. The wall will completely divide the garage space into 2 spaces. The wall shall be secured to the floor and existing garage space walls. The new wall will include a standard 36-inch wide door. Wall surfaces will be clad with 1/2-inch plywood Attachment 0001 sheathing on either side. All wall surfaces, door and door trim shall be painted (gray) using a good quality paint suitable for the application (2 coats). 3.5 Install electrical outlets. • The contractor will install (4) 15-amp power outlets on the wall constructed in step 3.4. Additionally, the contractor will install (1) 15-amp power outlet located and suitable for use with a garage door opener to be installed in task 3.6. Outlets are to be installed in the locations depicted in Figure 4. Electrical power for the outlets will be provided from (2) new 15 amp breakers that the contractor will install in an existing sub-panel located inside the garage space. 3.6 Install (1) garage doors door opener. • The contractor will install (1) garage door opener on garage bay door 4 (see Figure 4.). Installation will include a remote keypad garage door opener to be installed on the outside of the garage door building near garage bay door 4. 3.7 Remove all items from the Ancillary Building. The items are to be sorted and stored on-site in weather tight spaces during task 3.8. • The contractor will remove all items from the Ancillary building, including the basement. A NOAA PC will classify items as they are removed from these spaces as either “to be retained” or “to be recycled. The items will be temporarily stored on-site, in storage spaces provided by the contractor. The items will be stored separately based upon their classification of either; “to be retained” or “to be recycled” by a PC. 3.8 The contractor will provide and install new shelving (see section 4.6 for shelving specifications). New shelving will be installed in locations depicted in Figure 5. 3.6 The contractor will return the items stored temporarily during task 3.7 to the warehouse/garage spaces, placing items on the new shelving at the direction of a PC. 4.0 PROJECT REQUIREMENTS: The Contractor shall be responsible for verifying site conditions, making quantity take offs, obtaining accurate measurement of existing conditions, and performing any act or operation which may be necessary to properly bid the work and complete the same as depicted and specified. Failure to verify the existing site conditions shall not relieve the Contractor of the responsibility to complete the work as required. 4.1 Coordinate work schedule. Coordinate the site investigations and site work with the COR and NOAA PCs. All activities shall be managed to provide minimal impact to NGS TTC campus operations. 4.2 Storage of supplies and materials. Coordinate the on-site location(s) where any materials, supplies and/or storage containers are to be stored during construction with the COR and PCs. 4.3 Disposal of construction waste materials. All debris resulting from this project are to be disposed of off-site by the Contractor. 4.4 Permits: Where governing regulations and imposed codes and standards require notices, permits, licenses, inspections, tests, and similar items or actions in order to lawfully proceed with the required work, Contractor shall obtain items and take those actions in accordance with the regulations of the governing authority. The costs of such permits, licenses, inspections, etc., are the obligation of the Contractor. 4.5 Installation: It shall be the responsibility of the Contractor to complete work in accordance with industry standards and in adherence with specifications provided by the manufacturer for all materials being used in this project. Additional procedures and materials may be required than is indicated herein. If any item specified herein conflicts with applicable codes and recommendations, the Contractor shall bring it to the attention of the Contracting Officer Representative for immediate resolution. 4.6 Materials: 1) All shelving is to be of all metal construction, possessing 4 adjustable height solid metal shelves. Each shelf must be capable of supporting a minimum 3000 lbs. Shelving will be anchored to floor surfaces, adjacent shelving and wall surfaces if applicable. All shelves are to be of the same basic design and are to come in 1 of 3 sizes: Attachment 0001 1) 48-in. wide x 36-in. deep x 72-in. tall 2) 60-in. wide x 36-in. deep x 72-in. tall 3) 72-in. wide x 36-in. deep x 72-in. tall 4.7 Submittals: Sufficient detail to review the proposal will be required at the time of offer, to include technical data sheets for all materials and products proposed for the project. Additionally, any warranties covering workmanship, products and materials will be required at the time of the offer. However, manufacturer's descriptive literature/shop drawings for all materials shall be submitted to the COR and PCs for review after contract award. The descriptive literature/catalogue cuts shall be annotated/highlighted with sufficient clarity so as to identify each specific product proposed for this project and show its conformance with contract requirements. 4.8 Submittals are required for all building materials including: Shop drawings/product data/ samples, highlighting specific part numbers proposed, along with all selected options. 5.0. GOVERNMENT PROVIDED EQUIPMENT AND MATERIALS: The Government will not provide any equipment or materials necessary for the contractor to successfully complete the tasks associated with this contract project. The contractor will provide all equipment, materials and supplies necessary to carry out the tasks associated with this contract project. 6.0. QUALITY ASSURANCE: The PC will periodically evaluate the contractor’s performance and provide feedback to the COR concerning the quality of work associated with the tasks being performed. Upon completion of the project the PC will conduct a final inspection of all tasks performed and report to the COR on the quality of work completed. 7.0. GOVERNMENT REMEDIES: The contracting officer shall follow FAR 52.212.4, Contract Terms and Conditions-Commercial Items (February 2004), for contractor’s failure to perform satisfactory services or failure to correct non-conforming services. 8.0. HOURS OF OPERATION: The NGS TTC official facility hours of operation are Monday through Friday from 7:00 A.M to 4:00 P.M.. The facility is closed on weekend days and on all Federal holidays. All work conducted by the contractor shall be conducted during official facility hours of operation. 9.0 Protection of Work and Property/Safety Requirements: 9.1 The Contractor shall protect the work, the site, and all existing property and structures within the limit of construction activities or that may be affected thereby until acceptance of the work. Any damage to property shall be repaired at the Contractor’s expense, to pre-damaged condition to the satisfaction of the COR. 9.2 Safety and health matters, as they relate to the work, are the exclusive responsibility of the Contractor. 9.3 The Contractor, under Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) requirements, is responsible for adv… Show All