GENERAL REQUIREMENTS FOR SUBCONTRACTORS
1. WORK HOURS: ENTER HERE
Subcontractor will provide Contractor three (3) working day notices for requests to work weekends or other than normal working hours.
All supervisors must report to the Contractor’s jobsite trailer daily prior to entering the project site. Supervisors shall report how many workers they intend to have onsite, and locations and scope of work to be performed each day.
2. DELIVERY HOURS – ENTER HERE
3. DELIVERY, STORAGE AND HANDLING ‐ This Subcontractor includes the expediting, receiving, handling, hoisting, rigging, storage and protection of all materials and equipment required for the performance of this Subcontract, whether purchased by this Subcontract or others. Subcontractor shall notify and coordinate with the Contractor prior to scheduling the delivery of any materials.
a. All deliveries are to be in strict accordance with the Site Logistic Plan if available as well as the Contractor and drivers are to follow the direction given by the Contractor.
b. Deliveries shall be scheduled down to the minute of arrival. Any deliveries and/or trucks that do not report, or are not pre‐approved, will be waived off and not permitted to enter the site. Trucks are not permitted to park and block traffic in the neighborhood.
c. CONTRACT DRAWINGS
4. PHASED CONSTRUCTION AND MOBILIZATIONS – Subcontractor will not affect the current use of or the occupants of the project during construction. Any impacts will be the responsibility of the offending Subcontractor. This Subcontractor will execute the mobilizations necessary to accommodate phased construction of this Project. (PROJECT SPECIFIC MOBILIZATIONS TO BE INCLUDED IN THIS SECTION).
5. PHASING ‐ This Subcontractor understands this Project will be completed in various phases. This Subcontractor shall provide the necessary measures to accommodate the schedules as presented. Phased construction may involve temporary measures to accommodate and maintain uninterrupted service of building systems. This shall be considered part of the Work and is included in this Agreement at no additional cost.
6. MATERIALS STORAGE ON SITE – This Subcontractor shall not store any materials on site unless volume and location is approved by the Contractor.
7. OUTAGES – Subcontractor shall coordinate and schedule all outages required for the Work with Contractor a minimum of three (3) working days prior to the date of the anticipated outage.
8. TEMPORARY POWER AND LIGHTING – This Subcontractor is responsible for providing and maintaining all temporary/portable power and lighting necessary to complete the Work. (PROJECT SCHEDULE TO BE INCLUDED IN THIS SECTION)
9. SYSTEM SHUTDOWN/INTERUPTION NOTICE – Subcontractor will give Contractor seven (7) calendar days written notice prior to all required shutdowns of systems, interruption of traffic or parking, or any item of work that will affect the daily operation of the facility.
10. COORDINATION DRAWINGS ‐ This Subcontractor shall provide coordination showing locations of your work for coordination with other trades as required. Coordination drawings will be drawn accurately to a scale large enough to indicate and resolve conflicts. This Subcontractor shall participate in weekly meetings (or as required) until all coordinated drawings have been developed. These drawings shall include all residential units and common area spaces, management office, garage areas, site, etc. Drawings shall include reflected ceiling plans to coordinate ceiling penetrations. The Subcontractor's drawings will provide critical dimensions to HVAC, Sprinkler, and Plumbing installation as it relates to the electrical system.
11. QUALITY MANAGEMENT PROGRAM – Subcontractor shall participate in the Bozzuto Quality Management Program as described in Bozzuto’s Quality Management Program (Exhibit X). Subcontractor shall provide an on‐site Subcontractor Quality Representative who shall be responsible for performing and maintaining daily quality control functions on Subcontractor’s behalf, and including: participating in preconstruction and initial meetings; development of project‐specific inspection and testing criteria and checklists based upon initial installations (e.g. in‐place mock‐ups) for each condition of Work, inspection of delivered materials, Work substrates, and Work installed.
12. LEED/GREEN COMMUNITIES/NAHB GREEN BUILDING. This Subcontractor will meet all sustainable/environmental building program requirements as detailed in the Contract Documents and shall provide all required certifications, submittals, material tracking, and documentation required. (Exhibit X).
13. CERTIFIED PAYROLL – as required – This Subcontractor will submit Certified Payroll as required (each week) to meet standards required under the prime contract agreement. This Subcontractor will meet wage standards as noted in the Wage Scale General Decision MD20100020 dated 01/20/2012 (Exhibit X). The Subcontractor must also provide copies of outgoing paychecks (whenever requested) to assure compliance.
14. DAVIS BACON – as required – All workmen employed for the completion of the Work of this Subcontract Agreement shall paid be in accordance with the “Davis Bacon” Residential prevailing Wage Scale (Exhibit X) as applicable for this Subcontractors workmen. This Subcontractor shall submit all documentation and certifications required by Contractor and governing officials in a timely fashion and as required verifying compliance with the Davis Bacon requirements.
15. FIRST SOURCE ‐ as required – This Subcontractor acknowledges and understands the requirements of the First Source hiring and reporting and acknowledges First Source participation within this Subcontract set forth in Exhibit X.
16. SUPERVISION – Subcontractor will provide competent English‐speaking supervision at the construction site at all times while work under this Agreement is being performed.
17. INSPECTIONS ‐ This Subcontractor will secure all inspections as required for the successful completion of the Work. This Subcontractor is responsible for the management of the inspection process to ensure no adverse effects on the project or project schedule. This Subcontractor will coordinate inspections and testing with local code authorities and Owner’s testing and inspection agency. Included are any incidental material and labor required for successful testing/inspections. The testing and inspection agency may provide recommendations for issues encountered in the field. However, a directive for any recommendation must come solely from Contractor. This Subcontractor will ensure all inspections necessary prior to commencement of the Work have been successfully completed.
18. COORDINATION OF WORK– The Subcontractor shall familiarize itself with the methods of construction and the Work sequence that Contractor plans to use in order to plan the Work in such a way as to expedite construction operations. This Subcontractor shall setup and maintain a rate of progress subject to Contractor's direction and control for purposes of coordinating the overall construction progress. This Subcontractor shall obtain all field measurements and coordinate the Work with other Subcontractors, Contractor and the Contract Documents. Subcontractor will make reasonable adjustments to installation locations and practices to accommodate all required Work. Contractor shall be notified of any discrepancies prior to Subcontractor proceeding with the Work. This Subcontractor shall immediately notify Contractor of any deviations or discrepancies between Contract Documents and work already installed and, in such case, shall not proceed with the Work until he has received instructions from Contractor. Should any work be necessary for the proper completion of the Project, such work shall be performed as fully as if described and delineated herein. If Subcontractor proceeds with work, it has accepted the condition of the site and work previously performed. In the event of any inconsistency (with respect to the Scope of Work being provided by this Subcontractor) between items contained within this Agreement and/or between items contained within this Agreement and the Contract Documents, the higher standard or larger quantity shall govern and be included within this Agreement.
19. ACCESSIBILITY ‐ This Subcontractor will ensure that all Work meets the accessibility standards and guidelines of applicable codes and requirements, including but not limited to the Fair Housing Act (FHA), the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) and the American National Standard Institute (ANSI).
20. PRINCIPAL AXIS LINES – Contractor shall establish a single benchmark on which Subcontractor shall layout the Work. However, Subcontractor shall layout the Work and be responsible for the accuracy thereof, using care to insure that all finished surfaces are in perfect alignment. Subcontractor shall be liable for any damage suffered by Contractor or other Subcontractors caused by failure to layout and install the Work correctly.
21. QUANTITIES – The quantity of all materials, as it relates to the Work described within this Agreement, is the responsibility of this Subcontractor. No adjustments shall be made to the cost of this work as it relates to material cost or quantities, so long as the Contract Documents have not changed or the Owner or Contractor has not directed additional work beyond this scope and the Contract Documents.
22. MATERIALS ‐ This Subcontractor will supply all labor and equipment necessary to receive, unload, manage, protect, handle, distribute and stockpile in a location approved by the Contractor, the materials required to complete the Work of this Agreement. This Subcontractor is responsible for maintaining proper protection of installed equipment and materials in order to prevent damage from other trades. This Subcontractor will assist with materials that are furnished by others and installed under this Agreement.
23. EXECUTION OF CONTRACT AND INSURANCE – Subcontractor will not proceed with the Work of this Subcontract until an executed Subcontract and approved insurance certificate(s) and bonds (as required) are received by Contractor.
24. INSURANCE. Contractor requires minimum $2.0 MM of General Liability coverage plus $5.0 MM of Excess Liability coverage. See Exhibit 5 for further information and project specific requirements.
25. PAYMENT APPLICATIONS – This Subcontractor shall submit all payment applications through the electronic GCPay system for approval. Instructions for GCPay will be provided by Contractor to the Subcontractor.
26. DEFECTS – Subcontractor shall report in writing to Contractor any alleged defects in the work of any other party, on or in which Subcontractor is to install the Work and Subcontractor's failure to do so shall be deemed to be an acknowledgment by Subcontractor that such other work is fit and proper for the Work of Subcontractor, and Subcontractor shall thereby waive any claim or defense based upon such alleged defect to justify any failure of performance on Subcontractor's part including rework costs.
27. CONTRACT DOCUMENTS –Contract Documents will be available electronically and/or on file at a printer selected by Contractor. Any Contract Documents must be purchased directly from the printer at no cost to Contractor.
28. DOCUMENTATION – This Subcontractor will provide the requested copies of shop drawings and submittals. This Subcontractor is to provide submittals for all equipment and materials that are supplied and installed for the project as called for in the Contract Documents.
29. MATERIALS AND SAMPLES – Prior to delivery of material, the Subcontractor shall submit to the Contractor and Owner for approval or rejection, a sample and, if required, product data for each item to be supplied by him. These samples, after such approval, shall constitute a minimum acceptable standard for the Project, provided they meet all specifications required by the Agreement. Materials not in accordance with the accepted sample or the specifications shall not be installed and shall be removed and replaced by the Subcontractor at his expense. The Subcontractor, at his own expense, shall furnish such samples of the Work and make or cause to be made such material tests or test of the Work performed as may be required from time to time by Contractor and any governmental agencies that may have jurisdiction over the Project.
30. SHOP DRAWINGS – Before installation, the Subcontractor shall submit to Contractor, Owner and Architect, for their approval, complete Shop Drawings as Contractor, Owner or Architect may deem necessary for the proper performance of the Work, shall make such corrections in any such Shop Drawings as may be required by Contractor, Architect or Owner and shall resubmit corrected Shop Drawings to Contractor without delay. Approval of any Shop Drawings shall be general and shall not relieve Subcontractor from responsibility of furnishing and installing the Work in accordance with the Contract Documents or for proper measurements and fitting of the Work. All Shop Drawings shall be submitted so as to cause no delay in Contractor's progress schedule for the construction. In addition, Subcontractors shall furnish Contractor with a duplicate copy of all plans and specifications, drawings, diagrams and applications prepared and submitted in conjunction with obtaining such permits as may be required by law, regulation or ordinance.
31. SAFETY – All Work is to be completed in accordance with, at a minimum, the Occupational Safety and Health Administrations’ (OSHA) Construction Industry Standards, 29 CFR Part 1926 (and updates), Bozzuto’s Master Safety Program , and all site specific safety requirements. This Subcontractor shall have a Competent Person on site at all times while work is being performed under this Agreement. All trenches, openings and holes will be protected with appropriate barricades meeting current OSHA Standards. Maintain constant monitoring of in‐place safety measures throughout construction and make safe any safety measure temporarily dismantled by this Subcontractor as quickly as possible. If the installation of Subcontractor’s Scope of Work will cause the permanent removal of or will compromise a safety measure, this Subcontractor shall notify the Contractor of this action for review and approval prior to the installation.
a. Subcontractors are directly responsible for damage to property and injuries to people that result from their failure to adhere to the specifications in the references noted previously.
b. Subcontractor employees are required to participate in a first day safety orientation.
c. Subcontractor will conduct weekly tool box talks, or safety meetings, with their onsite personnel. Submit copies of the attendees and topics covered to the superintendent no later than 10 am the following day.
d. In addition to compliance with OSHA’s 29 CFR 1926, Construction Industry Regulations, Subpart M – Fall Protection, Subcontractor will provide and use fall protection when employees are exposed to any fall hazards greater than 6’, including but not limited to:
ii. Steel Erection, including decking and connectors,
iv. Leading edge work, and
v. Any area where an employee could fall 6’ (or more) to a lower level.
e. Subcontractor shall immediately reinstall, repair, or replace guardrails, handrails, barricades, floor opening protection, perimeter fall protection, dust partitions, tree protection, sediment control, construction fencing, and any other safety provisions if removed or damaged by Subcontractor’s forces.
f. Subcontractor employees who disregard the established safety rules or the established work‐rules for the Project may be removed from the site immediately.
g. Contractor reserves the right to have any employee of the Subcontractor or Supplier submit to a post ‐ accident drug and alcohol test as soon after an accident as possible, but no later than thirty–two (32) hours after an accident for drugs and no later than eight (8) hours for alcohol. An individual who fails or refuses a post – accident test shall not be allowed entry onto the construction site. Nothing in this Subcontract shall be construed to require the delay of necessary medical attention for injured persons following an accident or to prohibit a Subcontractor’s employee from leaving the scene of the accident for the period necessary to obtain assistance in responding to the accident, or to obtain necessary medical care. It is the Suhf the test are to be sent in writing to Contractor within forty‐eight (48) hours of occurrence.
h. This Subcontractor shall maintain a Certified OSHA Competent person onsite at all times.
i. Any safety violations that are witnessed on the project site are to be reported to the Contractor immediately.
j. This Subcontractor is responsible for their compliance with OSHA standards. Any fines levied against Contractor, the Owner, or the Owner’s agents by any agency by fault of this Subcontractor, shall be borne by this Subcontractor.
k. This Subcontractor shall attend all project safety meetings, inspections, and walks as required by Contractor.
l. Contractor enforces hardhat and personal protective equipment requirements on the jobsite at all times. Short pants, sleeveless shirts, and sneakers will not be permitted onsite.
m. This Subcontractor shall issue to all employees on the site safety vests having their company name clearly printed on the back of the vest. These vests will be worn at all times while on site. This includes break time and lunch time if the person is on site.
n. This Subcontractor shall maintain on site a copy of their Corporate Safety Program and MSDS.
o. This Subcontractor will notify Miss Utility, prior to the commencement of any trenching or excavation work, and will keep a written record of such calls and confirmation numbers onsite with the Contractor. This Subcontractor will ensure Miss Utility has an open ticket for the duration of all trenching, excavation and all sub‐grade activities.
p. This Subcontractor shall provide all certified flagmen, traffic controls, traffic plates and traffic barricades that may be required for the completion of the Work.
q. Subcontractor shall complete Bozzuto’s Daily Report and submit it to Bozzuto’s field office by 10:00 AM of the next business day.
32. SAFETY INFRACTIONS ‐ Upon 1st safety infraction, the offending worker will be asked to leave the project for the day. Upon 2nd safety infraction, the offending worker will not be allowed back on the project for the duration of the project. Upon 3rd safety infraction, the subcontractor is required to pay for company‐wide safety training by Contractor’s safety consultant consisting of a minimum (4) hour training session paid by the Subcontractor.
33. EXCAVATED MATERIAL PLACEMENT ‐ All excavated material shall be placed in an area designated by Contractor.
34. EROSION CONTROL – Avoid, wherever possible, disturbing the existing vegetation of the site, and in the event vegetation is disturbed, stabilize the disturbed area after completion of the work to minimize erosion. See contract documents for minimum requirements. In the event this Subcontractor disturbs, either intentionally or unintentionally, any erosion control structures to do the Work, he will replace or repair said structures at the close of each working day. Subcontractor must take all Control measures to prevent all erosion, siltation and sedimentation of existing site vegetation, wetlands, waterways, construction areas, adjacent areas and off‐site areas.
a. Erosion control measures shall include, but are not limited to: Siltation control fencing, construction entrance/exit station, inlet protection and catch basin inserts.
b. Erosion control measures shall be accomplished adjacent to or in the work areas including but not limited to: soil stockpiles, debris and recycling stockpiles, and cut and fill slopes and other striped and graded areas.
c. Additional means of protection shall be provided by the Subcontractor as required for continued or unforeseen erosion problems.
d. Stockpiles to be rolled and covered.
e. Subcontractor guarantees positive water drainage where design meets or exceeds a two percent (2%) slope.
35. VEHICLE / ROAD CLEANUP – This Subcontractor will ensure all vehicles are cleaned before leaving the site. Provide all required personnel and equipment necessary to prevent dirt and sediment to be tracked or spilled on streets and sidewalks. This Subcontractor will take immediate action to clean public streets of mud, debris, and dust resulting from actions by this Subcontractor. This Subcontractor shall clean all on‐site paved areas to the same standard as public areas. Included are all vehicular debris as well as debris tracked off site by foot traffic.
36. TRENCHING ‐ This Agreement includes all excavation, trenching, associated sheeting and shoring, ditch boxes, backfill, and compaction and the like as necessary to complete the Work in a safe manner as described in the OSHA regulations and as indicated in the plans and specifications. This Subcontractor will be responsible for maintaining the fill materials in such a way as the materials can be used for future backfill and stockpile spoils as directed by the Contractor for removal from site by others. Return building pad to its original condition with respect to your Work.
37. WASH OUT RACK ‐ All wash out to be performed in area designated by Contractor.
38. HAND DIGGING ‐ This Subcontractor includes hand digging as required.
39. WATER INTRUSION PROTECTION – This Subcontractor is to provide temporary measures for the Work to maintain continuous watertight conditions around and through floor, roof and wall openings, and penetrations to prevent water passage. Any water (standing or infiltrating) caused by the Work of this Subcontractor must be immediately removed and dried to prevent mold formation. Any mold growth on materials attributable to water contamination caused by the Work of this subcontractor shall be removed, properly disposed, and the affected materials replaced at this Subcontractor’s cost. No porous building materials shall be delivered to the project or installed in a wet or damp condition.
40. CUTTING AND PATCHING – This Subcontractor will be responsible for all cutting and patching required for the Work. Any cutting or patching required as a result of this Subcontractor's failure to prosecute or coordinate the Work in a timely manner will be this Subcontractor's responsibility at no additional cost to Contractor and/or Owner. This Work will include any sealing (fireproofing) at any penetrations through walls, ceilings or floors and restoration of any other Subcontractors work damaged.
41. SLEEVES ‐ This Subcontractor will layout, furnish, coordinate, and install all sleeves and boxouts with Concrete Subcontractor or Masonry Subcontractor and the Structural Engineer as part of the coordination drawings. Sleeve all penetrations through and under footings, walls, concrete slabs and elevated decks per the contract documents. Underground work will not be installed in the area that extends out at a 45‐degree angle from the bottom of the footings. Provide supervision during all concrete pours that contain the work of this Subcontract and be prepared to make adjustments to facilitate concrete placement. Include incidental overtime as required to meet Concrete Subcontractor’s schedule.
42. CORE DRILLING ‐ This Subcontractor will provide all core drilling of concrete and masonry floors and walls required to complete the work of this agreement if required sleeving is not installed prior to concrete installation. All costs associated with this work, such as engineering, x‐ray, design, engineering review, layout, inspections, etc. will be the sole responsibility of this Subcontractor.
43. FIRE‐STOPPING – This Subcontractor will fire‐stop its penetrations as required. This Subcontractor will ensure all penetrations through rated assemblies are completed using approved materials and methods rated for that purpose.
44. STORED MATERIALS – This Subcontractor may be eligible for payment for materials properly stored if allowed by Owner, Owner’s Lender, and Contractor. If allowed and in addition to any other requirements contained herein, Subcontractor will prepare and execute a "Bill of Sale" that explicitly describes the materials sold to Contractor on a form acceptable to Contractor, Owner, and Owner's lenders. Subcontractor shall provide an "All Risk" insurance policy in an amount sufficient to cover the replacement cost of the material. This policy will name as the insureds Contractor and Owner. The deductible on this policy is $100.00 per occurrence. Payment for materials stored offsite will in no way be acknowledged by Contractor as acceptance of materials. It will be the responsibility of the Subcontractor to assure delivery and installation of all materials as specified in this Contract.
45. CLEANUP – This Subcontractor will be responsible to cleanup after himself on a daily basis and deposit such trash as is generated by the Work in a receptacle to be designated by the Contractor. If Subcontractor fails to cleanup the debris as herein specified, Contractor is hereby granted the authority to cleanup the Subcontractor's debris at this Subcontractor's expense and to back‐charge this Subcontractor for all expenses incurred, including a 15% overhead factor.
46. CLEANING ‐ This Subcontractor is responsible for cleaning of equipment so that the Work is left in a clean conditon.
47. MEETINGS – An authorized representative of this Subcontractor shall attend all on site job progress and safety meetings while this Subcontractor is working on site and at other times as requested by Contractor. A fine may be imposed for repeated violations.
48. SIGN POSTING – Subcontractor agrees that neither he nor any of his tier subcontractors nor any of their personnel shall place any sign on any portion of the site without the express written permission of Contractor.
49. SITE ACCESSIBILITY – This Subcontractor is to use the assigned construction entrance for all deliveries and access to the site.
50. HOISTING, RIGGING AND SCAFFOLDING – This Subcontractor shall provide all hoisting, rigging, scaffolding and equipment as required to perform the Work.
51. INSTRUCTIONS – The Subcontractor will thoroughly instruct the Owner's designated representatives in the proper operation and maintenance of all systems.
52. SERVICE / MAINTENANCE MANUAL – The Subcontractor shall submit to Contractor (prior to acceptance of the first phase or units) three (3) typed service and maintenance manuals. At a minimum, the manuals shall include operating information, troubleshooting information; instructions for ordering parts; recommendations for stocking of spare parts; names, addresses and phone numbers of suppliers and local maintenance facilities.
53. AS‐BUILT DRAWINGS ‐ This Subcontractor will maintain a set of red line as‐built drawings at the site to indicate any deviation from the Bid Set for the duration of the project. This Subcontractor shall submit final “as‐built” information in a format acceptable to the Owner and Contractor for review and approval including as‐builts required for new and if abandoned utilities. As‐built drawings must show complete dimension information.
54. OPERATING TESTS – Upon completion and prior to acceptance of this Subcontractor’s Work, this Subcontractor will subject all systems installed to such operating tests as may be required by Contractor, Owner, the Architect, and Federal, State and local inspectors to demonstrate satisfactory functional and operating efficiency. All instruments, facilities and labor required to conduct the tests will be provided by this Subcontractor at no cost to Contractor and/or any other parties.
55. OWNER PUNCHLIST – Contractor will provide Subcontractor with punchlist(s) from the Owner:
a. All punchlist items shall be deemed as part of the Work.
b. Subcontractor shall have sufficient manpower on site to complete the Work as indicated on the punchlists within two (2) days of the date of issuance.
c. In the event that the Work indicated within the punchlist(s) includes the procurement of materials, Subcontractor will provide Contractor with the following within 24 hours of the date of issuance:
- A copy of the Purchase Order(s) for all materials
- Contact information for each supplier
- Projected delivery date for the material(s).
d. Should Subcontractor fail to comply with any of the aforementioned requirements, Contractor reserves the right to supplement Subcontractor’s forces and complete any/all of the punchlist items on Subcontractor’s behalf. If supplemented, Subcontractor will be responsible for all associated direct costs as well as Contractor’s management time (superintendent, project manager, etc.) required to complete the Work.
56. TAGGING AND IDENTIFICATION ‐ This Subcontractor includes all tagging and identification for the Work.
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