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089495-22-A-0052 F07 SOW - Attachment 14.pdf

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SECTION 011000

SUMMARY OF WORK

PART 1 - GENERAL

SCOPE

The Contractor must provide all material, labor, tools, plant, supplies, equipment, transportation,
superintendence, temporary construction of every nature, and all other services and facilities
necessary to complete the pavement replacement, curb & gutter installation and drainage
corrections for a postal facility for the Postal Service, including all incidental work described in the
contract documents.

The scope of work is as shown below:

1. Proposed construction activities shall be coordinated with the USPS Point of

Contact (POC) to minimize disruption of daily operations and maintain safe
automobile access for the customer and pedestrians to the front of the building at
all times during business hours.

2. Contractor is responsible for creating a phasing plan and coordinating with POC.
3. Employee/Customer/Loading Parking (Concrete):

a. All defective and deteriorating pavement shall be replaced as specified

on the plans.

b. Replace curb and gutter as shown on plan sheets.

Install new drain inlets and storm drain line consistent with the drawings.
5. Provide quality control documentation required in the specifications to the POC.
6. Employee parking shall be consistent with USPS “Standards for Facility

Accessibility, RE-4” document requirements. Striping shall be consistent with
existing layout except as modified to be consistent with USPS Document RE-4.
7. Excavated materials cannot be stockpiled on site. All materials will be disposed

properly in accordance to the solid waste management protection plan. USPS
specification section 024113.

All work shall be in accordance with applicable codes and local regulations that may apply. In case
of conflict in or between the Contract Documents and a governing code or ordinance, the more
stringent standard shall apply.

MISCELLANEOUS CONTRACT EXPENSES

In accordance with the terms and conditions of the contract provisions and clauses, including those
concerning Permits and Responsibilities and, Building Codes, Fees and Charges, the Contractor
must include in its price proposal a separate line item for the cost each of the of the following fees
or charges payable to State, local, or special community development agencies:

Water service connection and meter fee
Electrical company required fees
Telephone company required fees
Off-site inspection fees
Sanitary sewer connection fee
Environmental Permits/Registrations
Other permits or fees

If the actual cost of any item identified above is more or less than the amount listed, the contract
price will be adjusted accordingly by a contract modification. The adjustment will not include
overhead and profit. The Contractor must, within 30 days after incurring the expenses, inform the
Contracting Officer that the payment has been made. Evidence of the actual amount paid must be

USPS
Acworth – Carrier Annex

Date: 12/12/2020

SUMMARY OF WORK

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provided. The contract amount will be adjusted upward or downward as necessary to
accommodate actual charges from the utilities. The Contractor must provide all coordination with
the utilities in accomplishing their work and must make all payments to the utilities for their work.

The Contractor must include all additional fees, as required, in the price proposal.

USPS DIRECT VENDOR EQUIPMENT OR SUPPLIES

In accordance with the terms and conditions of the contract provisions and clauses, including those
concerning, Direct Vendor / Pre-selected Sources, the Contractor is solely responsible for
contracting with the Direct Vendor and ordering, payment, receiving, accepting, storage and
installation of United States Postal Service Direct Vendor equipment or supplies. Ordering
instructions are included in each specification section.

The Contractor will off-load, inspect the delivered equipment or supplies to make sure they are in
good condition, acknowledge receipt, and accept the delivered goods.

Direct Vendor items in this contract are limited to specific items, as shown in the drawings and
listed below:
Section 101404 - Postal Signage

PART 2 – PRODUCTS

NOT USED

PART 3 – EXECUTION

NOT USED

USPS Specification issued: 10/1/2020
Last revised: 6/17/2019

END OF SECTION

USPS
Acworth – Carrier Annex

Date: 12/12/2020

SUMMARY OF WORK

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