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STATEMENT OF WORK (SOW)

ROOFING INDEFINITE-DELIVERY/INDEFINITE-QUANTITY (IDIQ) CONTRACT

HILL AIR FORCE BASE

UTAH

1 September, 2021

TABLE OF CONTENTS

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TITLE

PAGE

Existing Facilities/Job Site Verification

Description of Work

Qualifications

Project Management

General Requirements

Submittals

Training

Health and Safety

Landfill

Work Procedures

Protection and Clean-Up

Contractor Furnished Equipment/Supplies

Government Furnished Equipment/Materials

Base Entry

Base Regulations

Hill Range Access Requirements

Environmental Protection

Green Procurement

Utilities Services

Weather Conditions

Fire Prevention and Protection

Safety and Accident Prevention

Emergency Medical Treatment

Facilities Damages

Contract Completion and Phase-Out

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A-01. DESCRIPTION OF WORK:

This Roofing contract is a single award Indefinite-Delivery, Indefinite-Quantity (IDIQ)
contract to provide a streamlined means to complete roofing repairs and/or repair by
replacement of all types of roofing materials and roofing assemblies to include but not limited
to; Built-up roofing system (BUR), Styrene-Butadiene-Styrene (SBS) Modified Bitumen,
Structural Metal Standing Seam roofing system, Single ply PVC roofing system, and Asphalt
shingle roofing. The vast majority of the roofing projects will be at Hill Air Force Base (Hill
AFB), with a small quantity of projects at Little Mountain, Utah Test and Training Range
(UTTR), Dugway, Carter Creek and other associated sites located in Utah and Pinedale,
Wyoming.

All work shall be in conformance with the Statement of Work (SOW) of the contract
including, but not limited to: furnishing all materials, labor, tools, equipment, transportation,
supervision, management, disposal, and other services to include incidentals necessary for the
successful completion of issued task orders in accordance with (IAW) these specifications;
Unified Facilities Criteria (UFC) 3-110-03, manufacturer specifications, Environmental
Protection Agency (EPA), Occupational, Safety and Health Administration (OSHA), Utah
Division of Air Quality (UDAQ), and all other applicable federal, state, and or local
regulations.

The government estimates that the volume of work will be between $3,000K and $4,999,999
during a 5-year performance period. The work will consist primarily of repairs and/or repair by
replacement of shingle roofing, metal roofing, built-up roofing, pvc roofing, and modified
bitumen roofing systems. Task orders may include installation or repair of heat trace systems,
lightning protection systems, gutters, downspouts, curbs, flashings, and other work associated
with repairs and replacement of roofing systems.

A-02. QUALIFICATIONS:

All bidders must submit with their proposal the manufacturer’s certification and warranty as
described in the general requirements and individual roofing specifications sections.

A-03. PROJECT MANAGEMENT: The following functions are required for contract
management for the duration of the contract.

Contractor: The general (prime) contractor awarded this contract is responsible for:

(1) Successful completion of all terms and conditions of this contract.
(2) All employees, subcontractors, suppliers and consultants under his/her employ.
(3) All labor, materials, equipment, supervision, transportation and all else required to

successfully complete each Task Order issued.

(4) The contractor shall perform 15 percent or more of the actual construction using prime
contractor personnel for each project, office and field supervision will not be included
in the 15%.

Local Contractor Office: The contractor shall maintain a local office or warehouse offsite,
and at the contractor’s expense, with all the necessary equipment and materials. *The
Government will not provide a location on base for the contractor to establish an office or
warehouse space.

Personnel: The contractor shall provide qualified personnel to perform all functions
necessary to execute this contract, to include but not limited to the following:

Project Manager: The project manager (PM) will be responsible for coordinating all
work for each Task Order. This individual(s) shall have direct oversight of all projects
and planning activities. The name of this person and any alternates shall be designated
in writing to the Contracting Officer (CO) and the 75 CES Project Manager (PM).

Project Foreman: The project foreman will be responsible for the day to day
execution of roofing activities in accordance all requirement of this contract and each
specific Task Order. This individual shall be proper trained in accordance with
manufacturer specifications for the installation and or repairs of the roofing system for
the specific Task Order.

Contractor Employee Requirements: The contractor shall ensure that employees and
subcontractor employees have the necessary training to perform their functions. Any
cost or time associated with obtaining training or certifications shall be at the
contractor’s expense. The contractor shall not employ any person who is nor was an
employee of the US Government, if the employment of that person would create a real
or perceived conflict of interest. Any questions on this issue should be addressed to the
CO.

A-04. GENERAL REQUIREMENTS:

Requirements: Contractors shall abide by all applicable Environmental Protection Agency
(EPA), Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA), Utah Division of Air Quality
(UDAQ), and Hill Air Force Base (AFB) regulations. All roofing installed shall meet the
requirements listed in the Hill AFB Base Design Standards, UFC 3-110-03, the general
requirements, and individual roofing types specification included in this contract. These
standards are not meant to be exhaustive and if there is a conflict between these standards
with other codes, regulations, and specifications included in this contract, the most
stringent requirement shall apply at all times. The contractor shall comply with a period of
performance (POP) established in the SOW and TOs.

Changes: If the Government requires changes the contractor considers significant enough to
add time or money, the contractor must immediately notify the 75 CES PM and CO in writing
of its position. Field changes, modifications, or possible expenditures of Government funds
must be coordinated through Contracting, Civil Engineering (CE), the Using Agency, and the
Contractor. Modifications to Task Orders must be made through PK after the contractor
provides a proposal for incorporating the change. Government review of the contractor’s
proposal will be required prior to any changes being implemented.

Government Acceptance and Payment: Final payment (NET 30) will be made after final
project acceptance is made by the Government and after the contractor submission of all
closeout project documentation, i.e. roof warranty when applicable, and an invoice is submitted
through Wide Area Work Flow (WAWF). Progress payments (NET 14) may be included in
the Task Order award at the Government’s discretion, typically Task orders that exceed 60
days calendar or $150K will be authorized for Progress Payments. Further guidance for
Progress Payments will be included in the contract with the applicable contract clauses (FAR
52.232-16 Alternate I & DFARS 252.232-7004).

Coordination and Scheduling: In order for the work to progress smoothly and cause
minimal disruptions it will be necessary for the contractor, 75 CES PM and CO to maintain
close and active coordination. The contractor shall keep the Government informed at all times
of when and what work will be accomplished. All work schedules will be coordinated with the
appropriate representatives of the Contracting and Technical Offices and accomplished in such
a manner that minimum inconvenience will be caused to the Government. The contractor is
required to schedule, at a minimum 24 hours prior, with the 75 CES PM for final/manufacturer
inspections.

Asbestos Abatement: The contractor will be required to perform some asbestos abatement in
conjunction with roof replacement/repairs performed under this contract. This will primarily
be abatement of asbestos containing flashing materials typically associated with built-
up/modified roofing systems. Per Hill AFB requirement all asbestos abatement shall be done
by an abatement contractor that has been approved by the 75 CES/CEOHA office. Abatement
contractor qualification submittal requirements are listed in the 01000 general requirements
section, Part 4 Appendices 4.5.

Current list of approved abatement contractors:
Environmental Abatement, Inc (EAI)
Eagle Environmental, Inc

A-05. EXISTING FACILITIES/JOB SITE VERIFICATION:

Dimensions, quantities, elevations, and site conditions shall be verified by the contractor.
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