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AIR FORCE CIVIL ENGINEER CENTER (AFCEC)

STATEMENT OF WORK

RENOVATION OF BUILDINGS 116, 119, AND 111

DLA-E Okinawa, Japan

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TABLE OF CONTENTS

1.0

Introduction 4

general requirements 4

Applicable Documents 4

Drawings and supporting Technical documents 4

2.3 MANAGEMENT, PLANNING, AND REPORTING REQUIREMENTS 5

2.3.1 Work Plan (WP) 7

2.3.1.1 Work Breakdown Structure (WBS) 8

2.3.1.2 Quality Control (QC) Plan 8

2.3.1.3 Health and Safety Plan (HSP) 9

2.3.1.4 Project Schedule 10

2.3.2

Master Document List (MDL) 10

Project/Status Reporting (CPSMR) 10

Meetings and Conferences 11

2.3.5 Weekly Status Report 12

2.3.6

Points of Contact (POC) 12

2.4 WORKSITE ACTIVITIES AND COORDINATION 12

Activities Coordination 12

Notification Requirements 13

Permits 13

Environmental Protection 13

Hazardous Material and Hazardous Waste 14

Photo Documentation 14

Site Access 14

2.4.8

Project Web Site 14

CONSTRUCTION ACTIVITIES 15

Documentation/Daily Logs 15

Material and Data Submittals 15

Mobilization/Demobilization 15

Demolition 16

Construction 16

2.3.3

2.3.4

2.4.1

2.4.2

2.4.3

2.4.4

2.4.5

2.4.6

2.4.7

2.5.1

2.5.2

2.5.3

2.5.4

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2.5.6

2.5.7

2.5.8

2.5.9

Engineering Services During Construction 16

Pre-final Inspection 16

Final Inspection 17

Delivery and Warranty 18

2.5.10

As-Built Documentation 18

delivery methods 20

design-build (d-b) 20

3.1.1 Working Drawings, Construction, Delivery, and Warranty 20

3.1.1.1

Level A: Plan Development – Incidental 35% Engineering Effort 21

Appendix A Statement of Requirements (SOR) 22

Appendix C Quality Control (QC) Plan 25

Appendix D As-Builts, Drawings, Reports, and Photographs 34

ppendix E List of Applicable Documents of Regulations and Guidance 35

Appendix F Contractor Weekly Status Report Minimum Requirements for Reporting 41

Appendix G Conceptual Planning (Shop Drawings) Expectations 42

Appendix H API 510 Pressure Vessel Checklist 48

Appendix I API 570 Piping System Checklist 49

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INTRODUCTION

1.0
The Statement of Work (SOW) sets forth basic requirements for construction and engineering
activities supporting DLA E Okinawa, Japan.

The Contractor shall efficiently manage this contract. Project requirements include, but not
limited to, submitting accurate, on-time, and quality contract deliverables and timely
identification and solution of impediments to successful project execution. Technical
requirements include, but not limited to, early involvement in the process and developing the
most cost-effective and technically sound approach or solution. The Air Force Civil Engineer
Center (AFCEC) will rely on Contractor expertise in recognizing and addressing problematic
issues and successfully executing this contract. The Contractor shall perform all work in
accordance with federal, state, and local statutes and regulations. Remedies shall conform to
environmental permits, decision document requirements, or other legal requirements.

The Contractor shall function as an integral team member to support the AFCEC mission, share
information with other AFCEC Contractors, and cooperate with communities and other
Government entities.

2.0 GENERAL REQUIREMENTS
The work shall consist of, but not limited to, providing all labor, material, equipment, and
transportation necessary for renovations to buildings 116, 119, and 111 at Chimu Wan Tank
Farm 1. See 100% design and specifications.

APPLICABLE DOCUMENTS
The Contractor shall identify and comply with all applicable federal, host nation, and local
statutes; Air Force and host nation instructions, manuals, handbooks, regulations, guidance, and
policy letters; American Concrete Institute (ACI); American National Standards Institute
(ANSI); American Petroleum Institute (API); American Society of Mechanical Engineers
(ASME); ASTM International (ASTM); Code of Federal Regulations (CFR); Executive Orders
(EOs); International Building Code (IBC); NACE International: The Corrosion Society (NACE);
National Electrical Code (NEC); National Fire Protection Association (NFPA); Society of
Protective Coatings (SSPC); Steel Tank Institute (STI); Unified Facilities Criteria (UFC); and
Unified Facilities Guide Specifications (UFGS), including changes and amendments in effect on
the date of issuance in this contract. The Contractor shall refer to the current versions of the
Department of Defense (DoD) Policy and Guidelines for Acquisitions Involving Environmental
Sampling or Testing and The US Air Force Construction Management Implementation Guide.
The Contractor shall identify and comply with applicable requirements. In the event of
conflicting criteria, the Contractor shall notify the Contracting Officer (CO) for guidance.

DRAWINGS AND SUPPORTING TECHNICAL DOCUMENTS
This section identifies Government Furnished Information (GFI) as the preliminary design
narratives and support drawings found in Appendix A and D of the document.

The Government provided documents are not complete, and therefore require the Contractor to
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repair can be accomplished satisfactorily and within all applicable codes. Specific design detail
may not be present; however, the documents will provide the Contractor with substantial
guidance to further the specific development required to ensure the final design(s) and detail(s)
are accurate. The Government provided engineering narrative and support plan sheets are found
in Appendixes A and D of this document.

2.3 MANAGEMENT, PLANNING, AND REPORTING REQUIREMENTS
The Contractor shall implement a full range of construction and engineering activities as
specified in this contract and in accordance with applicable compliance documents. The
Contractor shall supply labor, equipment, materials, services, and transportation necessary to
accomplish the work. The Contractor shall provide for contract management, planning, and
performance to effectively monitor execution of tasks required.

The following are the minimum experience requirements for key personnel. For each key
personnel, the Contractor shall submit experience and qualifications in the Work Plan for
validation and approval by the CO. No substitutions shall be made without prior CO approval.
Alternate qualifications must be submitted to the CO for approval 14 calendar days prior to any
required changes.

a. Project Manager (PM). Shall have ten years of DoD construction-related management
experience. The PM shall be the responsible person to ensure the design and following
construction activities are delivered according to the contractual documents. The
Contractor’s PM shall serve as the primary Point of Contact (POC) for all project
communication.

b. Site Superintendent (SS) and Site Safety and Health Office (SSHO). The SS & SSHO

shall have building renovation experience. A minimum of five years of experience (in the
proposed role), preforming on-site work (with a minimum of 6 months on-site duties
without break in project services) Experience in all phases of renovation, sequencing,
scheduling, interior renovations, and reporting and 1 year of construction
safety experience. This position does not require DOD experience and can be fulfilled
with commercial experience or general contractor experience.

(1). Shall be dedicated to this Contract, be on-site at all times during the performance
of construction and have no additional duties

(3). Shall be employed by the Prime Contractor and capable of making binding
decisions on the Contractor’s behalf (cannot be an independent subcontractor or
3rd party contractor)

(4). Attend all in-briefs and out-briefs; perform safety and occupational health

management, surveillance, and safety enforcement.

(5). Be a competent person as defined by OSHA 29 CFR 1626.32

(6). Have completed the 30 Hour OSHA Construction Safety Course within the last
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hazards identified in the Contractor’s Safety and Health Program IAW the
accepted Accident Prevention Plan. The credentials of the competent person(s)
shall be approved by the CO in consultation with the Safety Office.

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