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Design/Build Agreement with David Mancini & Sons, Inc. DESIGN/BUILD AGREEMENT by and between The City of Miami Beach, Florida and David Mancini & Sons, Inc. for Design/Build Services for Right of Way Infrastructure Improvement Program for Flamingo Park Neighborhood TABLE OF CONTENTS ARTICLE I 3 CERTAIN DEFINITIONS AND INTERPRETATION OF CONTRACT DOCUMENTS ARTICLE 2 12 INTENTION OF THE CITY AND PRIORITY OF CONTRACT DOCUMENTS ARTICLE 3 13 DESIGN/BUILDER'S DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES ARTICLE 4 32 CITY'S DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES ARTICLE 5 35 EMPLOYMENT CONDITIONS ARTICLE 6 37 PROJECT SCHEDULE AND BREAKDOWN OF PROJECT COSTS ARTICLE 7 47 DESIGN/BUILDER'S COMPENSATION ARTICLE 8 49 APPLICATIONS FOR PAYMENT ARTICLE 9 56 PROTECTION OF PERSONS AND PROPERTY ARTICLE 10 59 BONDS AND INSURANCE ARTICLE 11 60 CHANGES IN THE WORK ARTICLE 12 63 NO DAMAGES FOR DELAY; EXTENSIONS TO THE CONTRACT TIME ARTICLE 13 68 CORRECTION OF WORK ARTICLE 14 70 INDEMNIFICATION ARTICLE 15 70 CLAIMS, DISPUTE AVOIDANCE AND RESOLUTION ARTICLE 16 72 TERMINATION ARTICLE 17 78 SEPARATE CONTRACTS ARTICLE 18 79 GUARANTEES AND WARRANTIES ARTICLE 19 80 PRODUCT REQUIREMENTS/SUBSTITUTIONS ARTICLE 20 80 PUBLIC INFORMATION ARTICLE 21 80 QUALITY CONTROL/QUALITY ASSURANCE 81 ARTICLE 22 ADDITIONAL TERMS &CONDITIONS APPENDIX A 91 PROJECT DESCRIPTION AND PROJECT SITE APPENDIX B 92 LIST OF REPORTS AND PROJECT PLANS APPENDIX C 96 FORM OF FINAL CERTIFICATE OF PAYMENT APPENDIX D 98 PROJECT SCHEDULE 99 APPENDIX E QUALITY CONTROL/QUALITY ASSURANCE i APPENDIX F 106 DEFERRED ITEMS AND UPDATED SCHEDULE OF VALUES 107 APPENDIX G DESIGN/BUILDER'S INSURANCE AND BONDING REQUIREMENTS 111 APPENDIX H DESIGN CRITERIA PACKAGE (DCP) RIGHT OF WAY INFRASTRUCTURE IMPROVEMENT PROGRAM FOR FLAMINGO PARK NEIGHBORHOOD 112 APPENDIX I 112 FORM OF PERFORMANCE BOND AND PAYMENT BOND 117 FORM OF CERTIFICATE OF SUBSTANTIAL COMPLETION FORM OF CHANGE ORDER 119 1 APPENDIX J -PERMITS 1210 APPENDIX K-CONCEPTUAL PLANS ii DESIGN/BUILD AGREEMENT THIS DESIGN/BUILD AGREEMENT (this "Agreement") is made as of this day of , 2017 by and between the City of Miami Beach, Florida, a municipal corporation existing under the laws of the State of Florida (the "City"), and David Mancini & Sons, Inc. a State of Florida corporation (the "Design/Builder") (sometimes individually referred to as a "Party" and collectively referred to herein as the "Parties"). RECITALS WHEREAS, the City wishes to develop, design and construct the Project (as hereinafter defined) in the area more particularly described in Appendix "A" attached hereto (the "Project Site"); and WHEREAS, pursuant to a Request for Proposals RFP No. 2016-205-KB (the "RFP"), the City requested that qualified firms submit proposals to provide all services necessary and appropriate to design, construct, equip and deliver the Project in accordance with the terms and conditions of the Contract Documents (as hereinafter defined); and WHEREAS, the City has selected the Design/Builder to perform design, construction and other services in accordance with this Agreement and the other Contract Documents (as defined in Section 1.1 below) for the total Guaranteed Maximum Price in the amount of five million seven hundred thirty thousand two hundred eighty four dollars and fifty six cents ($5,730,284.56) with 10% owner's contingency in the amount of five hundred seventy three thousand twenty eight dollars and forty six cents ($573,028.46) for a total amount of six million three hundred and three thousand three hundred thirteen dollars and one cent ($6,303,313.01), as determined pursuant to Article 7 hereto (the "Contract Amount"); and WHEREAS, the Design/Builder shall either directly or through Subcontractors (as defined herein) perform the services required under this Agreement and the other Contract Documents: and WHEREAS, the Design/Builder is ready, willing and able to perform its respective services in accordance with the terms and conditions of the Contract Documents as hereinafter set forth. NOW, THEREFORE, in consideration of the mutual promises and covenants contained herein, the Parties hereby agree as follows: ARTICLE I CERTAIN DEFINITIONS AND INTERPRETATION OF CONTRACT DOCUMENTS 1.1. Definitions. The definitions included in this Section are not exhaustive of all definitions used in this Agreement. Additional terms may be defined in other Contract Documents. The following terms shall have the meanings specified herein unless otherwise stated herein: "Amendment" means a written modification to the Contract Documents, including any Change Orders signed by the City and the Design/Builder and Construction Change Directives. 3 "Applicable Laws" means all laws, codes (including, but not limited to, building codes), ordinances, rules, regulations, lawful orders and decrees of governmental authorities having jurisdiction over the Project, the Project Site or the Parties. "Consultant" means A&P Consulting Transportation Engineers, Corp., who shall be a qualified and properly professionally licensed design professional in the State of Florida and as otherwise required by any entities, agencies, boards, governmental authorities and/or any other professional organizations with jurisdiction governing the professional practice area for which the design professional has been engaged by Design/Builder and who will perform (or cause to be performed through Design Subconsultants acceptable to the City) all architectural, design and engineering services required under this Agreement and will serve as the "architect of record" and/or "engineer of record" for the Project. The Consultant shall not be replaced by any other entity, except as otherwise permitted in this Agreement. Further, any Design Subconsultant that may perform services on behalf of the Consultant shall be a qualified and properly professionally licensed design professional in the State of Florida and as otherwise required by any entities, agencies, boards, governmental authorities and/or any other professional organizations with jurisdiction governing the professional practice area for which the Design Subconsultant has been engaged by Design/Builder and/or Consultant to perform professional design services in connection with the Project. The Design/Builder shall be ultimately responsible for ensuring the Consultant's and all Design Subconsultants' compliance with the requirements of this Section and any other provision of the Agreement and other Contract Documents. No Design Subconsultant shall be replaced, except as otherwise provided in this Agreement. No new Design Subconsultant may be added, without the prior written consent of the Contract Administrator or City Manager, which consent shall not be unreasonably withheld. The Design/Builder shall, upon the request of the City, submit to the City such documentation and information as the City reasonably requests to evidence the creation, standing, ownership and professional licensure of the Consultant (and Design Subconsultants), including organizational documents, operating agreements and professional licensure documentation. However, the City's failure to request such documentation or evidence and/or failure to enforce in any way the terms and provisions of this Section, the Agreement and/or any other Contract Documents during the Project does not excuse, waive and/or condone in any way any noncompliance of the requirements set forth therein including, without limitation, the professional licensure requirements. "Change Order" means a written document ordering a change in the Contract Price and/or Contract Time or a material change in the Work (as defined herein). A Change Order must comply with the requirements of the Contract Documents. "City" or "Owner" shall mean the City of Miami Beach, a Florida municipal corporation, having its principal offices at 1700 Convention Center Drive, Miami Beach, Florida 33139. In all respects hereunder, City's obligations and performance is pursuant to City's position as the owner of the Project acting in its proprietary capacity. In the event City exercises its regulatory authority as a governmental body including, but not limited to, its regulatory authority for code inspections and issuance of Building Department permits, Public Works Department permits, or other applicable permits within its jurisdiction, the exercise of such regulatory authority and the enforcement of any rules, regulations, laws and ordinances shall be deemed to have occurred pursuant to City's regulatory authority as a governmental body and shall not be attributable in any manner to City as a Party to this Agreement. "City Commission" shall mean the governing and legislative body of the City. 4 "City's Contingency" means the dollar amount or percentage included in the GMP established for the Project, in the amount of $573,028.46, which is available for City's use at its sole discretion to defray additional expenses relative to design and construction of the Project, as well as additional expenses expressly chargeable to the City pursuant to the Contract Documents. The Design/Builder has no right or entitlement whatsoever to the City's Contingency and use of City's Contingency are subject to the Contract Administrator's and/or City Manager's prior written approval and issuance of a Change Order by the City at its sole and absolute discretion. Any unused amounts in City's Contingency remaining at the completion of the Project shall accrue solely to the City. "City Manager" shall mean the Chief Administrative Officer of the City. The City Manager shall be construed to include any duly authorized representatives designated in writing (including the Contract Administrator) with respect to any specific matter(s) concerning the Project and/or the Contract Documents (exclusive of those authorizations reserved to the City Commission or regulatory or administrative bodies having jurisdiction over any matter(s) related to the Project and/or the Contract Documents). "Claim" shall mean a demand or assertion by one of the Parties seeking, as a matter of right, adjustment or interpretation of the Contract Documents, payment of money, extension of time or other relief with respect to the Contract Documents and/or Project. The term "Claim" also includes other disputes and matters in question between the City and Design/Builder arising out of or relating to the Contract Documents. Claims must be initiated by written notice. The responsibility for substantiating Claims shall rest with the Party making the Claim. All Claims submitted by Design/Builder must comply with the requirements of the False Claims Ordinance, Sections 70-300 et seq., of the City Code or shall be forfeited in accordance with the terms of the False Claims Ordinance and conclusively waived and released. "Construction Change Directive" means a written order issued by the Contract Administrator or Project Coordinator which orders minor changes in the Work, but which does not involve an alteration in the Contract Price or Contract Time. "Construction Documents" means those documents prepared by (or on behalf of) the Design/Builder which are actually used to construct the Project, including technical and other drawings, Shop Drawings, schedules, diagrams, and specifications, setting forth in detail the requirements for the construction of the Project. The Construction Documents shall set forth in full all details necessary to complete the construction of the Project in accordance with the Contract Documents. Construction Documents shall not be part of the Agreement, nor shall they constitute Contract Documents, until (a) the Design/Builder has submitted completed Construction Documents to the City and (b) they have been reviewed and approved by the City and any agencies having jurisdiction in accordance with the procedures as otherwise provided by the Contract Documents. However, approval by the City shall not in any way be construed, interpreted and/or deemed to constitute a waiver or excuse Design/Builder's obligations to ensure the Construction Documents are constructible, in compliance with all Applicable Laws and in accordance with the Contract Documents. "Construction Phase" means that period set forth in the Project Schedule beginning on the effective date as set forth in a Notice to Proceed delivered by the City to the Design/Builder (NTP), directing the Design/Builder to proceed with the construction activities necessary to complete the Project and ending on the date of Final Completion of the Project. The City shall issue the NTP for the Construction Phase in accordance with the Contract Documents provided Design/Builder has satisfied all requirements of the Contract Documents. However, the City is 5 not obligated to immediately issue NTP for the Construction Phase on the date Design/Builder obtains all requisite permits and/or satisfies the specified conditions precedent for issuance of NTP for the Construction Phase. The date of issuance of NTP for the Construction Phase shall be determined at the City's sole discretion once Design/Builder has obtained all required permits and otherwise satisfied all conditions precedent to issuance of NTP for the Construction Phase. "Construction Superintendent" means the Design/Builder's representative who shall be responsible for continuous field supervision, coordination, and completion of the Work, and who shall maintain a full-time on-site, physical presence at the Project Site. The Construction Superintendent is responsible for management of the Project Site and tasks including, but not limited to, organization and coordination of the Work of Subcontractor employees, keeping cost records on Work performed and materials supplied, controlling of costs in materials and wages; exercising control over rate of construction progress to assure completion of the Project within the Project Schedule; inspecting or observing the Work to enforce conformity to the Contract Documents; and supervising trades, subcontractors, clerical staff, and other personnel employed in the construction of the Project. "Contract Administrator" means the City's Department of Public Works Director or any other City department charged with administering the Project, or his or her designee. "Contract Documents" means this Agreement (including all of the Appendices and Schedules attached hereto), completed Construction Documents, completed Design Documents (as defined herein), and any Amendments to any of the foregoing. "Contract Price" means the Guaranteed Maximum Price (GMP) amount established in the Contract Documents as the total amount the City is obligated to pay for full and complete performance of all of the Work required by the Contract Documents including, but not limited to, all labor, equipment and materials to design, administer, coordinate, provide related certifications, install and otherwise construct and complete the Project within the Contract Time. "CIP Inspector/PWD Field Observer" means a City employee charged with observing and documenting, for internal City purposes only, general observations and conditions of the Project including, without limitation, the weather conditions, the number of workers present at the time of observation, general type of work being performed and taking photographs regarding same. Design/Builder expressly waives any right to assert as a defense to any claim regarding the Project including, without limitation, any dispute between the City and Design/Builder, and Design/Builder and any third party, the presence or purported approval or consent of any CIP Inspector, Public Works Field Observer, or other City employee conducting any field observations during the Project. The Design/Builder expressly acknowledges that the purpose of such City employee is to observe and document for internal purposes only general observations and conditions of the Project, and in no way is intended to, nor shall be treated as, a person with authority to approve or reject the Work on behalf of the City or any other entity, or to direct the Design/Builder's Work in any way. Design/Builder expressly agrees to waive the presence of such CIP Inspector, Public Works Field Observer, or other City employee performing field observations as a defense to any Claims involving the Project. "Contract Time" means the number of days allowed for completion of all Work, as stipulated in the Contract Documents, and as may be amended by Change Order. 6 "Days" and/or all references to numbers of days in the Contract Documents shall be construed to mean calendar days, unless specifically noted otherwise. The term "business days" means a day other than a Saturday, Sunday, Federal holiday or any day on which the principal commercial banks located in Miami, Florida are not open for business during normal hours. "DCP" or "Design Criteria Package" shall mean those certain conceptual plans and specifications and performance oriented drawings or specifications of the Project, as prepared and sealed by the Design Criteria Professional, and in compliance with the requirements of Section 287.055, Florida Statutes. "Design/Builder" means David Mancini & Sons, Inc. and its successors and assigns, and is the entity selected to design and construct the Project pursuant to the Contract Documents, and is the entity which is responsible for compliance by all Consultants, Design Subconsultants and Subcontractors with the Contract Documents and shall be liable for the acceptable performance of the Work and payment of all debts pertaining to the Work. "Design Criteria Professional" shall mean the individual or entity /which holds a current certificate as a registered engineer under Chapter 471, Florida Statutes, to practice engineering and who is employed by or retained by the City to provide professional services in compliance with the requirements of Section 287.055, Florida Statutes, and in connection with the preparation of the DCP; who shall review and provide recommendations regarding the Construction Documents prepared by the Design/Builder; and evaluate compliance of Project construction with the DCP. For this Project, the Design Criteria Professional is the Department of Public Works. "Design Documents" means all plans, drawings specifications, schematics and all other documents which set forth in full the design of the Project and fix and describe in detail the size, configuration and character of the Project concerning all items of the Project necessary for the complete and final preparation of the Construction Documents in accordance with the requirements of the Contract Documents including, without limitation, all architectural and engineering elements as may be appropriate. Design Documents shall not be part of the Agreement, nor shall they constitute Contract Documents, until (a) the Design/Builder has submitted completed Design Documents to the City and (b) they have been reviewed and approved by the City and agencies having jurisdiction in accordance with the procedures as provided by the Contract Documents. However, approval by the City shall not in any way be construed, interpreted and/or deemed to constitute a waiver or excuse Design/Builder's obligations to ensure the Construction Documents are constructible, in compliance with all Applicable Laws and in accordance with the Contract Documents. "Design Phase" means that period beginning with the City's issuance of a Notice to Proceed for the Design Phase (NTP), which notice shall be deemed issued by the City upon the complete execution of this Agreement during which phase the Design/Builder shall cause the Consultant to prepare the Design Documents and Construction Documents in accordance with the Contract Documents. If necessary, City may authorize certain construction Work or portions thereof to commence during the Design Phase, provided Design/Builder obtains all necessary permits that may be required in advance thereof and satisfies all requirements of the Contract Documents. "Design Subconsultant" means any Subcontractor (including, but not limited to, the Consultant) who provides architectural, design, engineering or similar professional services, including the preparation of Shop Drawings or any services incidental thereto for any part of the 7 Work. The Design Subconsultant shall be a qualified and properly professionally licensed design professional in the State of Florida and as otherwise required by any entities, agencies, boards, governmental authorities and/or any other professional organizations with jurisdiction governing the professional practice area for which the design professional has been engaged by Design/Builder and/or its Consultant to perform professional design services in connection with the Project. No Design Subconsultant shall be replaced, nor will additional entities be added as Design Subconsultants, except as provided in this Agreement. The Design/Builder shall be ultimately responsible for ensuring all Design Subconsultants' compliance with the requirements of this Section and any other provision of the Agreement and other Contract Documents. The Design/Builder shall, upon the request of the City, submit to the City such documentation and information as the City reasonably requests to evidence the creation, standing, ownership and professional licensure of the Design Subconsultants, including organizational documents, operating agreements and professional licensure documentation. However, the City's failure to request such documentation or evidence and/or failure to enforce in any way the terms and provisions of this Section, the Agreement and/or any other Contract Documents during the Project does not excuse, waive and/or condone in any way any noncompliance with the requirements set forth therein including, without limitation, the professional licensure requirements. "Effective Date of this Agreement" means the date this Agreement is fully executed by the Parties and attested to by the City Clerk. "Final Completion" means the date upon which all conditions and requirements of the Contract Documents, permits and regulatory agencies have been satisfied; any documents required by the Contract Documents have been received by the City; any other documents required to be provided have been received by City; and the Work has been fully completed in accordance with the Contract Documents. "General Conditions" means the direct and indirect costs and expenses for facilities or performance of Work by the Design/Builder for items which do not lend themselves readily to inclusion in a separate trade subcontract and which shall be included within the Contract Price, including, without limitation: (i) wages, salaries, benefits and costs for onsite and local office Project management staff, supervisory and other technical, administrative and clerical Project personnel engaged in supervision and management of the Work on the Project Site, including the Project Manager, Construction Superintendent, structural superintendent, assistant superintendent, shop drawing checker, secretary, layout foreman, consultants, estimators, cost controllers, accountants, office administrative personnel, time keepers, clerks, safety director, safety coordinator, safety labor, overall project schedule preparation, CPM scheduling and scheduler costs, cost of periodic site visits for supervisory, inspection, oversight, or management of the Project by specific"home office" personnel previously approved in writing by the City; (ii) field/onsite construction offices and supplies including transportation and set-up of onsite construction office trailers, construction of ramps and stairs for onsite construction office, interior build-out of onsite construction office, onsite construction office trailer rental, first aid supplies, reproduction services, monthly office supplies, Project reference manuals, field office postage, field office furniture, onsite construction office computer system and software, installation and equipment of field computer ISDN line, monthly cost for field ISDN/computer line, onsite construction office photocopier rental and supplies, plan printing (other than revisions) or document reproduction used for bidding or information purposes required by the Contract Documents, long-distance telephone calls, telegrams, postage, package delivery and courier service, hardwired telephone service, and reasonable expenses of Design/Builder's jobsite office if incurred at the Project Site and directly and solely in support of the Work, Project 8 Site photographs, field office express mail/courier charges, miscellaneous onsite construction office supplies, safety material and equipment, small tools, equipment or machinery, miscellaneous hand tool rental equipment (other than that of the subcontractors), hand tool purchase, hand tool repair, hand tool rental, job radios, jobsite cleaning labor and material, trash containers, final exterior and interior cleaning materials and labor other than subcontractors, miscellaneous cutting and patching, traffic control, off duty police officer(s), alarm system and monitoring for trailers; (iii) surveys, measurements and layout work reasonably required to perform the Work; (iv) retention/storage of Project records; (v) off-site secure storage space or facilities approved in advance by the City; (vi) miscellaneous expendable items, extended jobsite General Conditions, interest on monies retained by the City, escalated costs of materials and labor, home office expenses or any cost incurred that may be allocated from offices of the Design/Builder or any of its Subcontractors; and (vii) any other items typically categorized in the construction industry as "general conditions" expenses. "Milestone" means an element or elements of the Work which must be completed within a specified period of time as described in the Contract Documents or Project Schedule, and shall include the specific Milestones set forth in Appendix "D," if any, and further delineated in the Project Schedule. "Notice to Proceed" or "NTP" means a written letter or directive issued by the Contract Administrator to Design/Builder to commence and proceed with portions of the Work as specified therein or a specific task of the Project and stating any further limitations on the extent to which Design/Builder may commence and proceed with the Work. "Notice to Proceed Date" means the date on which the Notice to Proceed is issued to Design/Builder, or the date stated in the Notice to Proceed as being the Notice to Proceed Date, whichever is latest. "Parties" means City and Design/Builder, and "Party" is a reference to either City or Design/Builder, as the context may indicate or require. "Project" consists of, but is not limited to, the following improvements, all as more fully set forth and described in the Design Criteria Package attached hereto as Appendix H, and as is contemplated thereby or reasonably inferable therefrom, as described in Appendix A hereto. "Project Coordinator" means the City employee designated in writing by the City Manager or Contract Administrator, who shall be the City's authorized representative to coordinate and facilitate (on behalf of the City in its proprietary capacity as "Owner") all matters related to the Project. "Project Manager" means the authorized individual or firm which is the representative of Design/Builder and who will administer and manage the prosecution of all Work on behalf of the Design/Builder. "Project Schedule" or "Schedule" means the City-approved and accepted detailed master schedule that Design/Builder develops and maintains for the Project, utilizing the latest version of Primavera software and in accordance with the specifications and other Contract Documents, and which includes the schedule for achieving the various Milestones, the phasing and performance of all aspects of the Work including, but not limited to, design, construction, construction engineering and observation services, testing, project closeout, warranty, City occupancy dates and all required updates to all of the foregoing, subject to the approval of the 9 City as may be amended pursuant to a Change Order. At the request of the City, the Design/Builder shall provide any additional information or further detailed breakdown as to components of the Work in the Project Schedule. "Project Site" shall have the meaning ascribed to it in the Recitals. "Punch list" means the list or lists prepared by the Consultant, incorporating input provided by the City and/or RPR, identifying matters that remain to be completed to achieve Substantial Completion and to be completed between achievement of Substantial Completion and Final Completion in order that Substantial Completion and Final Completion can be declared by City to have occurred. "Resident Project Representative" or "RPR" shall have the meaning and duties ascribed to it in Section 4.7 hereof. "RFP Proposal Submission" means the response to the RFP submitted by the Design/Builder during the selection process attached hereto as Appendix A, including its qualifications and experience and entity and of its key personnel to be assigned to the Project, and including other relevant items describing the Design/Builder's capabilities and proposed approach to the Project. The RFP Proposal Submission is included for reference purposes only and shall not be incorporated as part of this Agreement, except with respect to Design/Builder's representations regarding the qualifications and experience of Design/Builder and its key personnel, its commitment to provide the key personnel listed therein, and its capability to perform and deliver the Project in accordance with the Contract Documents and consistent with the all representations made therein. "Schedule of Values" means a written schedule setting forth the detailed and itemized cost breakdown, inclusive of labor, material, general conditions costs, and taxes of all elements comprising the Contract Price. The Schedule of Values shall be used to determine progress payments in accordance with Article 8.0. "Shop Drawings" means drawings, diagrams and schedules, and other data specifically prepared by the Design/Builder or its Subcontractors, sub-Subcontractors, manufacturers, suppliers or distributors to illustrate some portion of the Work. "Subcontractor" means any person or entity with whom the Design/Builder contracts to perform any part of the Work or to supply any labor and/or materials in relation to the Work. In addition, the term Subcontractor shall apply to subcontractors of any tier and suppliers and materialmen employed on or for the Project pursuant to a subcontract with a Subcontractor or lower-tier subcontractor. "Substantial Completion" shall be deemed to have occurred when the Work, as certified in writing by the Consultant, and determined by the City in its sole discretion, has been developed, designed, engineered and constructed in accordance with the Contract Documents such that all conditions of permits and regulatory agencies have been satisfied and the Project is ready for occupancy, utilization and continuous commercial operation for the uses and purposes intended by the City, without material interference from incomplete or improperly completed Work and with only minor punch list items remaining to be completed, all as reasonably determined by the City and evidenced by (1) the issuance of a Certificate of Occupancy or Certificate of Completion by the authority having jurisdiction; (2) the issuance of a Certificate of Substantial 10 Completion by the Consultant; and (3) acceptance of such Certificate of Substantial Completion by the City pursuant to Section 6.11 herein. "Substantial Completion Date" means the date on which Substantial Completion of the Work is declared by City to have occurred. "Surety" means the company which is bound by the performance bond and payment bonds with and for Design/Builder who is primarily liable and which surety company is responsible for Design/Builder's acceptable performance of the Work under the Contract Documents and for the payment of all debts pertaining thereto in accordance with Section 255.05, Florida Statutes. "Vendor" or "Supplier" means any person who supplies machinery, equipment, materials, consumables, support services, utilities, etc. to Construction Manager or to any Subcontractor in connection with the performance of Construction Manager's obligations under the Contract, but who does not perform labor at the Project Site other than delivery. "Work" means the design and construction of the Project as set forth in the Contract Documents including, without limitation, all design, architectural, engineering and other professional services, permitting services, demolition and construction services, testing and inspection services, supervision, administration and coordination services and the provision of all drawings, specifications, labor, materials, equipment, supplies, tools, machinery, utilities, fabrication, transportation, insurance, bonds, permits and conditions thereof, zoning approvals, building code changes and government approvals, licenses, tests, quality assurance and/or quality control inspections and related certifications, surveys, studies, and other items, work and services that are necessary or appropriate for the total design, construction, installation, furnishing, equipping, and functioning of the Project, together with all additional, collateral and incidental items, and work and services required for delivery of a completed, fully functional and functioning Project as set forth in the Contract Documents. The Work also includes training in the use and operation of the completed Project (and components thereof) and completion of any and all off-site work and improvements that are reasonably required in order for the Design/Builder to complete the Work (including, without limitation, off-site work which is not specifically identified in the DCP, but is reasonably inferable therefrom). 1.2. As used in the Contract Documents, (i) the singular shall include the plural, and the masculine shall include the feminine and neutral, as the context requires; (ii) "includes" or "including" shall mean "including, but not limited to" and "including, without limitation;" and (iii) all definitions of agreements shall include all amendments thereto in effect from time to time. 1.3. Whenever it shall be provided in this Agreement that the Design/Builder is required to perform a service or obligation "at its sole cost and expense" or words of substantially similar meaning, the Design/Builder shall not be entitled to reimbursement for such item and the cost of such service or obligation shall not be included in any Application for Payment. 1.4. Contract Documents shall be construed in a harmonious manner, whenever possible. The general intent of the Contract Documents is to include all items necessary for the proper execution and completion of the Project by the Design/Builder. 1.5. The Contract Documents shall be taken as a whole and are complementary, and any item of Work called for in any Contract Document shall be as binding as if called for by all, so that any part of the Work shown or described in any of the Contract Documents, though not specifically referred to in other Contract Documents, shall be executed by Design/Builder and 11 binding as a part of the Contract Documents, as well as any Work which, in the sole opinion of City, may be fairly inferred from the Contract Documents or by normal industry practice. 1.6. Detailed plans shall take precedence over general plans for the same part of the Work. Specifications and detailed plans which may be prepared or approved by City after the execution of the Agreement and which may be fairly inferred from the original specifications and plans are to be deemed a part of such specifications and plans, and that portion of the Work shown thereby shall be performed without any change in the Contract Price or Project Schedule. With respect to conflicts between large-scale drawings and small-scale drawings, the larger scale drawing shall govern, unless otherwise dictated by Consultant. 1.7. Where compliance with two or more requirements is indicated in any of the enumerated Contract Documents and where these requirements within the Contract Documents conflict in quantity or quality, the Design/Builder shall comply with the most stringent requirement as determined by the City, unless specifically indicated otherwise in the Contract Documents. 1.8. As used in the Contract Documents, unless specifically indicated otherwise, references to an Article include all Sections, Subsections, and items within that Article; references to a Section include all Subsections and items within that Section; and references to a Subsection include all items within that Subsection. 1.9. Words which have a well-known technical or trade meaning are used herein in accordance with such recognized or well-known meaning, unless this Agreement otherwise specifically defines such word. 1.10. The Recitals, Appendices, Exhibits and Schedules attached hereto are expressly incorporated in and made a part of this Agreement as if fully set forth herein. ARTICLE 2 INTENTION OF THE CITY AND PRIORITY OF CONTRACT DOCUMENTS 2.1. Intent. The DCP set forth herein and attached as Appendix H is comprised of documents that indicate the general scope and character of the Work in terms of all applicable architectural and engineering elements. However, the DCP does not indicate or describe all of the work required for full performance and completion of the Project. The sizes, quantities, areas and configurations of the Work, to the extent they appear in the DCP, are all subject to refinement, detail and modification during the Design Phase as part of the Work. During the Design Phase, the Design/Builder will, as part of the Work, develop, refine, detail and modify the design encompassed within the documents as set forth in the DCP as necessary to provide the City with a fully functional and functioning Project within the scope and intent of the Contract Documents and within the Contract Price and the Project Schedule. The Design/Builder shall include all such refinements, details and modifications in the Design Documents and Construction Documents. The Design/Builder expressly understands and acknowledges that the DCP is not intended to be treated as fully constructible, code compliant Construction Documents and that Design/Builder shall ensure that its refinements, details and modifications shall include any and all components necessary to comply with all Applicable Laws, regulations, ordinances and codes. It is the intent of the Contract Documents that the Design/Builder shall provide all items and services necessary for the proper design, construction, execution and completion of the fully equipped and functional Project in accordance with the Contract Documents, including any and all such necessary items and services consistent with, contemplated by, and reasonably inferable from the Contract Documents, whether or not such 12 items and services are specifically mentioned therein. The Contract Documents are complementary, and what is required by any one shall be binding as if required by all. 2.2. Priority of Contract Documents. In the event of conflict or inconsistency among the Contract Documents, the following order of precedence shall govern the interpretation of the Contract Documents: a. Amendments to this Agreement (excluding the Design Documents and the Construction Documents); b. This Agreement and all Appendices attached hereto (excluding the Design Documents and the Construction Documents); c. Modifications or changes to the completed Construction Documents, as approved by the City; d. The completed Construction Documents, as approved by the City; e. Modifications or changes to the completed Design Documents, as approved by the City; f. The completed Design Documents, as approved by the City; g. The DCP and related documents as set forth in Appendix "H;" and h. The RFP. In the event of any conflict between the Agreement, as amended, and Division 1 of the Project Specifications, the provisions of the Agreement (or Amendment thereto) shall take precedence and control. ARTICLE 3 DESIGN/BUILDER'S DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES 3.1. Performance of Work. The Design/Builder covenants and warrants that it shall be responsible for performing and completing, and for causing all Consultants, Design Subconsultants and Subcontractors to perform and complete, the Work in accordance with the Contract Documents and all Applicable Laws relating to the Project Site and/or the Work, shall be responsible for completing the Project, shall achieve Substantial Completion by the Substantial Completion Date, as such date may be extended pursuant to the terms of this Agreement, and shall achieve Final Completion of the Project by the date established therefore in the Certificate of Substantial Completion, as such date may be extended pursuant to the terms of this Agreement. The Design/Builder shall provide all requested services according to the capabilities reflected in its RFP Proposal Submission. The services described or specified shall not be deemed to constitute a comprehensive specification having the effect of excluding services not specifically mentioned. Unless otherwise provided in this Agreement, or as agreed to in writing between City and Design/Builder, the form and content of all systems, reports, forms and regular submittals by Design/Builder to City shall be subject to prior approval of the City, and Design/Builder shall submit such materials to the City for City's approval prior to implementation. City's approval thereof shall not limit City's right to thereafter require 13 reasonable changes or additions to approved systems, reports, forms and regular submittals by Design/Builder to City. 3.2. Scope. Design/Builder hereby agrees to complete the Project generally described by the DCP, including furnishing all preliminary study designs, drawings and specifications, job site inspection, administration of construction, engineering, architecture, landscape architecture, and land surveying services, labor, materials, equipment and other services necessary to perform, furnish and deliver all of the Work in strict and entire conformity with the Contract Documents, and in a satisfactory and workmanlike manner, within the Contract Time and for the Contract Price. The DCP includes scope with respect to the construction and installation of street lighting poles, traffic signals, landscape, irrigation, final lift of asphalt, final striping and signage and related Work, including, without limitation, DCP Section 1.04 "WORK COVERED BY CONTRACT DOCUMENTS" Pages DCP-7, 8, 9, 10 ("Above Ground Improvements"). Although Design/Builder shall complete the Design Documents for the Above Ground Improvements (and all such design-related costs are included in the Contract Price), the Project shall not include the installation or construction of the Above Ground Improvements, unless the Above Ground Improvements are authorized by Change Order pursuant to Section 11.7. ) 3.3. Professional Standard. The Work shall be performed in accordance with the professional standards applicable to projects, buildings, or work of complexity, quality and scope comparable to the Work and the Project. More specifically, in the performance of the professional services under this Contract, Design/Builder shall provide the care and skill ordinarily used by members of its profession practicing under similar conditions for projects of similar type, size and complexity at the same time and locality of the Project. Work shall be performed by the Design/Builder, Consultant, Design Subconsultants, Subcontractors and specific personnel referred to in the RFP Proposal Submission or elsewhere in the Contract Documents in accordance with their respective degrees of participation provided and represented to the City by the Design/Builder from time to time. The Design/Builder agrees that a Subcontractor shall not be replaced unless a substitute entity approved by the City is retained by the Design/Builder. The Design/Builder may add a Subcontractor as it deems necessary or appropriate in order to carry out its obligations under the Contract Documents, provided such entity shall be suitably qualified and shall be subject to the prior approval of the City. Nothing contained in this Agreement shall be construed to create any obligation or contractual liability running from the City to any such persons or entities, including to any Subcontractors. 3.4. Independent Contractor. Design/Builder is an independent contractor and is not an agent or employee of City or agent in performing the Work. Except as otherwise provided herein, Design/Builder shall maintain complete control over its own employees, agents and operations and those of its Consultant, Design Subconsultants, Subcontractors, Vendors and their respective employees and agents. Design/Builder hereby accepts complete responsibility as a principal for its agents, Consultant, Design Subconsultants, Subcontractors, Vendors, Suppliers, their respective employees, agents and persons acting for or on their behalf, and all others it hires to perform or assist in performing the Work. 3.5. Design Documents and Construction Documents. a. Based upon the DCP, the other documents set forth in Appendix "H", and the other Contract Documents and all other information furnished by the City, upon receipt of the NTP, the Design/Builder shall cause the Consultant (and any Design Subconsultants retained 14 by the Consultant, if any) to prepare and submit Design Documents and Construction Documents to the City for the City's review and approval. The Design/Builder specifically acknowledges and agrees that (i) the Design Documents shall be consistent with, and develop in detail, the intent and scope of the DCP; and (ii) the Construction Documents shall, in turn, be consistent with and develop in detail the intent and scope of the approved Design Documents. The Construction Documents shall include all drawings and specifications as are necessary to obtain required permits and regulatory approvals, shall provide information customarily necessary for the use of such documents by those in the building trades, and shall include all documents required for the complete and final construction of the Project, other than such detail as is customarily developed in Shop Drawings and otherwise during construction. b. The City's review and approval of the Design Documents and Construction Documents shall be conducted in accordance with the procedures set forth in the Contract Documents. Such review and approval shall not relieve the Design/Builder, Consultant, Design Subconsultants, or the Subcontractors from any of its or their responsibilities or liabilities under this Agreement, or be deemed to be an approval or waiver by the City of any deviation from, or of the Design/Builder's failure to comply with, any provision or requirement of the Contract Documents unless such deviation or failure has been specifically identified by the Design/Builder in writing and approved by the City in an Amendment to the Agreement. Notwithstanding any provision herein to the contrary, the Design/Builder agrees and recognizes that the City, in reviewing, approving or rejecting any submissions by the Design/Builder or other actions of the Design/Builder, in no way assumes or shares any responsibility or liability of the Design/Builder or its Consultants, Design Subconsultants, and/or Subcontractors. c. Design/Builder acknowledges and understands that the City selected the design/build method of project delivery in order to obtain the advantages associated with having the builder participate in the design process. Accordingly, throughout the Design Phase, the Design/Builder shall continually provide value engineering services, all of which services shall be performed to assist the City in reducing design, construction, operation and maintenance costs with respect to the Project while maintaining or enhancing the Project's quality, efficiency, integrity, artistic content, functional performance and aesthetics. Particular attention shall be given to possible economies and identification of options which would maximize the benefits the City would derive upon completion of the Work. d. Any value engineering proposal submitted by the Design/Builder shall include, without limitation, the following: (i) a detailed description of the difference between the requirements of the Contract Documents (including the DCP) and the proposed changes and comparative advantages and disadvantages of each; (ii) itemization of aspects of the Contract Documents (including the DCP) affected by enactment of the value engineering proposal; (iii) a declaration that the proposed changes meet all applicable codes and laws and will be acceptable to all agencies having jurisdiction; (iv) impact of the proposal upon both the Contract Price and Project Schedule; (v) other information reasonably necessary to fully evaluate the value engineering proposal; and (vi) the date by which the City must accept the value engineering proposal in order for the Design/Builder's cost and time estimates to remain valid. The Design/Builder shall proceed with the performance of the Work as required by the Contract Documents and shall not implement any value engineering or other recommendations unless such recommendations are accepted by the City in writing in a Change Order or Construction Change Directive. 15 e. The Parties hereby acknowledge and agree that Design Criteria Professional will be acting as the City's design consultant throughout the performance of the Work and Design Criteria Professional pursuant to Section 287.055 of the Florida Statutes. In connection therewith, the Design/Builder acknowledges that Design Criteria Professional will not be the architect or engineer of record for the Project and will not be responsible for the preparation, adequacy or contents of the Design Documents and Construction Documents or for the performance of the Work. Further, nothing herein shall be construed as assigning Design Criteria Professional the responsibility for, or to control, direct or supervise construction, or construction means, methods, techniques, sequences or procedures or safety measures or programs. 3.6. Permits and Compliance With All Applicable Laws. a. The Design/Builder shall comply, and shall cause its Consultant, Design Subconsultants and Subcontractors to comply, with all existing and future Applicable Laws relating to the Project Site, the Project and the prosecution of the Work; shall obtain all requisite local, State and Federal licenses to perform the Work including, without limitation, all professional licenses mandated by the State of Florida to perform the design and construction services which comprise the scope of Work on the Project; shall timely prepare and file all documents required to obtain the necessary approvals of governmental authorities having jurisdiction over the Work, the Project Site and/or the Project; and shall secure and pay for all building and other permits (and conditions or requirements thereof) and governmental fees, licenses, approvals, temporary Certificates of Occupancy or Certificates of Completion (and conditions or requirements thereof), Certificates of Occupancy or completion and inspections necessary for the proper execution of the Work and completion of the Project. The Design/Builder shall be responsible for providing all logs, inspections, documentation, record keeping, maintenance, remedial actions, and repairs required by Applicable Laws and/or permits including, without limitation, those relating to National Pollutant Discharge Elimination Systems (NPDES) requirements. b. The Contract Price includes the cost of compliance with all Applicable Laws in effect as of the Effective Date of this Agreement in order to carry out the Work. In the event that after the date hereof there shall be a material change in any Applicable Laws relating to the Work that impact the Contract Time or Contract Price, the Project Site and/or the Project, and if as a result of any such change, the Design/Builder and its Consultant, Design Subconsultant and/or Subcontractors must institute changes in the design and/or construction of the Project or shall be required to incur additional costs in performing the Work in order to be in compliance therewith, then to the extent that any such change gives rise to a demonstrable increase in the time required to complete the Work and/or in the cost to the Design/Builder of completing the affected portion(s) of the Work, as evidenced by documentation reasonably acceptable to the City, the Design/Builder shall be entitled to an equitable adjustment in the Project Schedule and/or the Contract Price, as applicable, in accordance with the procedures set forth in Article 11 hereof. Notwithstanding the foregoing or anything to the contrary in this Agreement, the Design/Builder shall not be entitled to an extension of the Substantial Completion Date, the Project Schedule, or an increase to the Contract Price in connection with any change or modification to any applicable building code, to the extent that such change or amendment to the applicable building code, as applicable to the Project, is enacted prior to the date the Design/Builder is issued the permit to construct the Project by the City. 16 3.7. Services, Facilities. The Design/Builder shall provide, or cause to be provided, everything required for the orderly progress and proper execution and completion of the Work and the Project in accordance with the requirements of the Contract Documents, whether temporary or permanent and whether or not incorporated or to be incorporated into the Work, including, but not limited to, design, engineering, demolition and construction services, supervision, fabrication, administration and coordination services, and the provision of all drawings, specifications, labor, materials, equipment, tools, construction equipment and machinery, water, heat, utilities, transportation, insurance and other facilities and services. Design/Builder shall also provide and pay for field engineering services required for the Project. This work shall include the following elements: (i) survey work required in execution of the Project; (ii) civil, structural or other professional engineering, architectural, landscape architectural, or land surveying services specified, or required to execute the Design/Builder's construction methods. a. Coordination. The Design/Builder shall coordinate design and construction requirements with government agencies, utilities, and all other parties either involved in infrastructure improvements or otherwise affected by the design and construction requirements of the Project. Design/Builder shall conduct its operations so as not to close any thoroughfare, nor interfere in any way with traffic on streets, highways, sidewalks, or other public right of ways without the written consent of the proper authorities having jurisdiction including, without limitation, securing all applicable permits in connection therewith. b. Cooperation. The Design/Builder shall cooperate with and assist the City's staff, the City's legal, financial, design and construction consultants and all other consultants or designated representatives of the City at all times during the development of the Project as necessary to complete the Project in a manner reasonably satisfactory to the City. Design/Builder agrees to meet with Contract Administrator, Project Coordinator and/or their designees at reasonable times and with reasonable notice. c. Management/Administration. The Design/Builder shall be responsible for general management and administration of the Project and prosecution of the Work. Design/Builder shall be responsible for maintaining the Project plans and reports set forth in Appendix B. Design/Builder shall implement and use the City's e-BuilderTM system for data warehousing and document management. 3.8. Means and Methods. The Design/Builder shall control and coordinate and is responsible for all construction means, methods, techniques, sequences and procedures relating to the Work. Nothing specified or included in the DCP shall be construed or interpreted to mean the City and/or Design Criteria Professional assumes such responsibility. 3.9. Reports. The Design/Builder shall prepare and submit to the City, during both the Design Phase and the Construction Phase, monthly progress reports on the Work accomplished during the prior monthly period, which reports shall be prepared in a manner and in a format reasonably acceptable to the City. The electronic copy and up to two (2) hard copies of all monthly progress reports shall be submitted to the City at the time of each monthly Application for Payment (as defined in Article 8 hereof), but in no event later than the fifth (5th) day of each month during the period commencing with the first Application for Payment and ending with the Final Completion of the entire Project by the City. Following the first application for payment, such monthly progress 17 report shall be submitted each month, even if no application for payment is submitted during that month. Each monthly progress report shall be a comprehensive and detailed narrative report on all aspects of the Project during the previous month, and shall include the areas of (i) Project cost control and Project Budget, (ii) Project Schedule control, (iii) quality assurance program, and (iv) safety program. The monthly progress report shall, in addition to describing the Work performed during the previous month, emphasize any problems encountered during the month and measures taken or to be taken to correct these problems. The Design/Builder shall update and submit monthly its "critical path method" ("CPM") progress chart to the City illustrating progress which has been made, by reference to such critical path method progress chart, and specifically identifying whether the Work is on schedule or behind schedule and actions being taken to correct schedule delays or slippage. In addition, the Design/Builder's monthly progress report shall set forth scheduled and projected progress for the forthcoming month. 3.10. Desiqn/Builder's Warranty. a. Warranty. The Design/Builder warrants to the City that all design, engineering and other professional services will be performed in accordance with the professional standards described in the Contract Documents, that all construction work and services provided under this Agreement will also be performed in a good and workmanlike manner, that all materials, supplies and equipment furnished under this Agreement will be of good quality and new, that the Work (including, without limitation, each item of equipment incorporated therein) will be of good and workmanlike quality and free from faults, defects and deficiencies in materials and workmanship, that the Work will be free from any encumbrances, liens, security interests, or other defects in title upon conveyance of title to the City, and that the Work will conform with the requirements of the Contract Documents; provided, nothing specifically set forth in this Section 3.10 or the Contract Documents shall be deemed a warranty of the design of the Project if such a warranty would render void or unenforceable any insurance applicable to the design services to be provided under this Agreement. The Design/Builder's warranty shall extend for a period of one year from the Substantial Completion Date of the Work, unless a greater warranty period is applicable; provided, however, that in the event that a Subcontractor Warranty provided pursuant to Section 3.10.b below shall extend for a term of longer than one year, such extended term shall be the term of the Design/Builder's warranty for the pertinent portion of the Work; and provided further, however, that in the event that the Design/Builder or any of its Subcontractors is required to repair or replace any warrantied item pursuant to this Section 3.10, the warranty for such repaired or replaced item shall extend from the date of completion of the repair or replacement through a term equivalent in length to the term of the initial warranty. b. Subcontractor Warranties. In addition to any requirements in the other Contract Documents, the Design/Builder shall use its best efforts to obtain additional warranties for the benefit of the Design/Builder and the City from material and equipment suppliers, vendors and Subcontractors in relation to their respective portions of the Work. Such warranties shall be in addition to, and not substitutes for, those warranties mandated to be obtained pursuant to the Contract Documents. c. Warranty of the DCP. The Design/Builder warrants to City that it has reviewed and studied the DCP, and has determined that it is in conformance with Applicable Laws, and is sufficiently complete and coordinated to perform the Work for the Contract Price and within the Project Schedule. Design/Builder warrants to City that the DCP is consistent, practical, feasible and constructible, and specifically warrants that the Work described in the DCP is constructible for the Contract Price and within the Project Schedule. 18 d. The Construction Documents. DESIGN/BUILDER HEREBY WARRANTS AND REPRESENTS THAT THE CONSTRUCTION DOCUMENTS ARE COORDINATED, CONSISTENT, PRACTICAL, FEASIBLE AND CONSTRUCTIBLE. WITHOUT ANY CLAIM FOR ADJUSTMENT IN THE CONTRACT TIME OR CONTRACT PRICE, DESIGN/BUILDER SHALL BE RESPONSIBLE FOR ALL COSTS AND EXPENSES ARISING FROM ANY AND ALL ERRORS AND/OR OMISSIONS IN THE CONSTRUCTION DOCUMENTS INCLUDING, BUT NOT LIMITED TO, CONFLICTS IN THE CONSTRUCTION DOCUMENTS; QUESTIONS OF CLARITY WITH REGARD TO THE CONSTRUCTION DOCUMENTS; AND INCOMPATIBILITY, OR CONFLICTS BETWEEN THE CONSTRUCTION DOCUMENTS AND THE REASONABLY ANTICIPATED EXISTING CONDITIONS, UTILITIES, AND CODE ISSUES . e. Design/Builder to Check Drawings and Data. Design/Builder shall take measurements and verify all dimensions, conditions, quantities and details shown on the DCP and any other plans or specifications provided to Design/Builder including, but not limited to, the drawings, schedules, or other data. Failure to discover or correct errors, conflicts or discrepancies shall not relieve Design/Builder of full responsibility for unsatisfactory Work, faulty construction, or improper operation resulting therefrom, nor shall it relieve Design/Builder of its full responsibility for remediating such condition at Design/Builder's own sole expense. Design/Builder will not be allowed to take advantage of any error or omissions whether by way of seeking additional money or time. f. Design/Builder Responsible for Location of Utilities. City does not guarantee that all utility lines are shown in the DCP or any other Contract Documents, or that the ones indicated are in their true location. It shall be the Design/Builder's sole responsibility to identify and locate all underground and overhead utility lines or equipment affecting or affected by the Project. The Design/Builder accepts all liability for and all risk arising out of or relating to the location of utilities and by execution of this Agreement waives any Claim against the City for any errors or omissions in the DCP or other Contract Documents with respect thereto. The Design/Builder shall schedule the Work in such a manner that the Work is not delayed by the utility providers relocating or supporting their utilities. Prior to the start of construction of any portion of the Work, Design/Builder shall be solely responsible for arranging for positive underground location, relocation or support of its utility where that utility may be in conflict with or endangered by the proposed construction. Relocation of water mains or other utilities for the convenience of the Design/Builder shall be paid by the Design/Builder. All charges by utility companies for temporary support of its utilities shall be paid for by the Design/Builder. All costs of permanent utility relocation to avoid conflict shall be the responsibility of the utility company involved. It shall be the Design Builder's sole responsibility to coordinate with such utilities, including arranging for payment, if applicable, provided, however, that the City may, but shall not be obligated to, provide reasonable assistance with respect to such coordination. No additional payment will be made to the Design/Builder for utility relocations, whether or not said relocation is necessary to avoid conflict with other lines; however, Design/Builder shall not be found to be in breach of this Agreement and may be granted by the City an extension of time provided for in accordance with Article 12 of this Agreement in order to complete Work, if Design/Builder's performance is delayed due to utility companies' negligent actions or omissions. 19 ii. The Design/Builder shall coordinate its activities with any and all public and private utility providers occupying the right-of-way. No compensation will be paid to the Design/Builder for any loss of time or delay. g. Primary Liability. The Design/Builder shall have primary liability with respect to the warranties set forth in the Contract Documents, whether or not any defect, deficiency or other matter is also covered by a warranty of a Subcontractor or other third party, and the City need only look to the Design/Builder for corrective action replacement or reimbursement. In addition thereto, the Design/Builder's warranties expressed herein shall not be restricted in any manner by any warranty of a Subcontractor or other third party, and the refusal of a Subcontractor or other third party to correct defective, deficient or nonconforming Work shall not excuse the Design/Builder from its liability as to the warranties provided herein. 3.11. Taxes. The Design/Builder shall pay and shall be responsible for, as part of the Contract Price, all existing and future applicable Federal, State, local and other sales, consumer, use and similar taxes, whether direct or indirect, relating to, or incurred in connection with, the performance of the Work. The Contract Price includes all other Federal, State, local and/or other direct or indirect taxes which may apply. In the event the City elects to implement a direct purchase program for the purchase of materials and equipment to achieve Florida sales tax savings, Design/Builder shall comply with the provisions set forth in Appendix C with respect to any such City purchases. 3.12. Access by Others. The Design/Builder shall afford the City, Contract Administrator, Project Coordinator, and their authorized designees or representatives, safe access to the Project Site at all times. Access to the Project Site shall also be permitted at all times to all Federal, State, County and City safety, regulatory and inspection departments, personnel and agencies and other governmental entities having jurisdiction over the Work and the Project Site. Design/Builder shall provide proper facilities and construction for such access. 3.13. Use of Site. The Design/Builder shall, prior to any on-site testing and inspection activities and prior to on-site mobilization for demolition, excavation or construction, prepare a mobilization plan for the City's review and approval. The Design/Builder shall at all times confine its operations to the Project Site, or to any lesser area specified by laws, ordinances, permits or any other Contract Documents. 3.14. Correction of Defective Work. The Design/Builder shall correct Work which does not conform to the Contract Documents in accordance with the provisions of Article 13 hereof and the other Contract Documents. 3.15. Patents, Trademarks, Copyrights. The Design/Builder shall pay all royalties and other fees for any patents, trademarks, copyrights or other proprietary rights necessary for the execution and completion of the Work. The Design/Builder shall indemnify, defend and hold harmless the City from and against any and all losses, damages or expenses including, without limitation, court costs and reasonable attorneys' fees, arising or resulting from any claim or legal action that any materials, supplies, equipment, processes or other portions of the Work furnished by the Design/Builder under this Agreement, or the use thereof, constitutes an infringement and/or violation of any patent, trademark, copyright, trade secret, intellectual property right or other proprietary right. If any such item is held to constitute an infringement, and the use of such item is enjoined, the Design/Builder shall, at its sole expense (in addition to the Design/Builder's indemnification obligation described above and any other remedies the City 20 may have under this Agreement), either procure the right to use the infringing item, or replace the same with a substantially equal but non-infringing item, or modify the same to be non- infringing, provided that any substitute or modified item shall meet all the requirements and be subject to all the provisions of this Agreement. The terms and provisions of this Section 3.15 shall survive the termination or expiration of this Agreement. 3.16. Rubbish; Debris; Cleaning. During the performance of the Work, the Design/Builder shall at all times, as part of the stipulated Contract Price, keep the Project Site and adjacent streets, properties and sidewalks free from waste materials, debris and/or rubbish, and shall employ adequate dust control measures. If accumulation of such materials, debris, rubbish or dust constitutes a nuisance or safety hazard or is otherwise objectionable in any way as reasonably determined by the City, the Design/Builder shall promptly remove the same at its sole cost and expense. a. The Design/Builder shall use its best efforts to assure that no burning of trash, debris or roofing bitumen containers by the Design/Builder or its Subcontractors occurs on the Project Site and that no dust or trash from Work in progress creates a public nuisance. In the event of any such occurrence, the Design/Builder shall promptly cause the abatement thereof. The Design/Builder shall remove all spillage and tracking arising from the performance of the Work from streets and sidewalks around the Project Site, and shall establish a regular maintenance program of sweeping and hosing to minimize accumulation of dirt and dust upon such areas. If the Design/Builder fails, promptly after written notice from the City, to keep the Project Site and the surrounding properties clean, the City may thereafter perform any such cleaning services and deduct the cost of those services from amounts otherwise payable to the Design/Builder under this Agreement. No assumption by the City of such cleaning services shall waive any future obligation of Design/Builder to perform said services. Further, The City's deduction of the costs of those services from amounts otherwise payable to Design/Builder under the Agreement shall not constitute a waiver of the City's right to place Design/Builder in Default for such noncompliance. b. Upon Substantial Completion of the Work, or any portion or component thereof acceptable to the City, the Design/Builder (i) shall remove from the Project Site, or applicable portion thereof, all tools, construction equipment, machinery, surplus materials, waste materials and rubbish, and (ii) shall leave the Project Site, or applicable portion thereof, in a thoroughly clean condition, and perform any other cleaning services described in Division 1. The Design/Builder shall re-perform any such services after the Substantial Completion Date to the extent the same is necessary or appropriate due to any Work performed by the Design/Builder after such date. c. All Work shall be cleaned using only specific materials recommended for the surfaces to be cleaned. Damage to any surfaces due to improper cleaning methods or materials used by the Design/Builder or its Subcontractors shall be repaired and replaced by the Design/Builder at its sole cost. 3.17. Members of Design/Builder's Team. The personnel and firms presented in the Design/Builder's RFP Proposal Submission shall staff key positions including, but not limited to, the Design/Builder, Consultant, Subconsultants, Project Manager and Construction Superintendent, if specified ("Key Personnel"). Such Key Personnel shall remain assigned to the Project through the duration of this Project and shall not be reassigned without the prior written approval of the Contract Administrator, unless the individual has left the employment of the Design/Builder. The City will not unreasonably withhold its consent to additions of or 21 substitutions for, Key Personnel, with new personnel of comparable qualifications in the event of death, promotion, retirement, job changes, firing, failure to perform or other good cause shown. The Construction Superintendent and Project Manager shall be authorized to act on behalf of the Design/Builder to coordinate, inspect, and provide general direction of the Work in progress. The Design/Builder's Construction Superintendent shall be assigned to the Project on a full-time basis, on-site, for 100% of his/her time, with no allocations or commitments to other clients or projects, and shall be competent, and English-speaking. a. Responsibilities of Design/Builder's Project Manager. Design/Builder herein represents that its Project Manager, at a minimum, will provide the following services: If not selected earlier or identified as part of the RFP Proposal Submission, at least thirty (30) days prior to the commencement of the Construction Phase of the Project, the Design/Builder will identify and provide the qualifications of a suitably qualified and experienced Project Manager who will be full time, on site at the Project, for 100% of his/her time. ii. Design/Builder will use reasonable efforts to have the same Project Manager on the Project full time to its conclusion, and any new proposed Project Manager shall first be approved in writing by Contract Administrator before permanent assignment; City's approval shall not be unreasonably withheld. iii. The Project Manager will conduct weekly on-site meetings with the Design/Builder and its Subcontractors at regular times, as previously agreed upon and approved by the Project Coordinator, and shall issue weekly reports on the progress of the Work and the minutes of the previous weekly on-site meeting. iv. Project Manager will be the lead representative of Design/Builder with the primary responsibility for the administration of all of Design/Builder's Work. v. The Project Manager shall maintain and monitor the CPM Project Schedule, subject to Project Coordinator's prior written approval, and implement updates as required. vi. The Project Manager shall coordinate the processing of shop drawings and material submittals. vii. The Project Manager will endeavor to achieve satisfactory performance by Design/Builder and, if required by the Consultant or City, shall cause for corrections to Design/Builder's Work including, but not limited to, maintaining punch lists and observing testing. viii. The Project Manager will monitor and maintain oversight of the cost of the Project, including payment applications and the preparation thereof. ix. The Project Manager will assist in the preparation of record drawings or Construction Documents, and shall transmit to the Consultant requests for additional information concerning the design. The Project Coordinator shall be copied on these requests for monitoring purposes. 22 x. The Project Manager will observe testing and start-up activities of all equipment, machinery and utilities to ensure a fully operational Project. xi. The Project Manager will secure all equipment brochures and warranties from the Design/Builder and Subcontractors. xii. The Project Manager will coordinate the correction and completion of the Work including that required by any and all punch lists. b. Other Personnel. At any time, the Contract Administrator has the reasonable right to request removal and replacement of any of Design/Builder's personnel. Once in place, the Design/Builder shall not change any person filling a position listed in the organizational charts without the prior written consent of the Contract Administrator unless the City requests it or unless the person is leaving the employ of the Design/Builder. The employee(s) of the Design/Builder and Subcontractors shall be considered to be at all times employee(s) of the Design/Builder or the Subcontractors, as applicable, and not an employee(s) or agent(s) of the City or any of its department offices or divisions. The Design/Builder and Subcontractors agree to adjust staffing levels or to increase or replace any staff personnel if so requested by the Contract Administrator or its designees, should the Contract Administrator make a determination that said staffing is unacceptable or that any individual is not performing in a manner consistent with the requirements for such a position. c. Responsibilities of Consultant. Design/Builder herein represents that Consultant, at a minimum, will provide the following services: Consultant shall perform all of the architectural and engineering services necessary to describe, detail and design the Project consistent with the DCP and in accordance with all requirements of the Contract Documents and Applicable Laws. ii. Consultant shall design the Project so as to comply with Applicable Laws. iii. Consultant shall prepare the Construction Documents, as well as obtain all required and necessary reviews and approvals (or take other appropriate action upon) for same, and/or other submittals including, but not limited to, Shop Drawings, product data, and samples. iv. Consultant shall submit the Construction Documents to the Design Criteria Professional, with a copy to Contract Administrator, for the Design Criteria Professional's review and approval of the Construction Documents as being in general conformance with the DCP. Design Criteria Professional's confirmation of the Construction Documents as being in general conformance with the DCP shall not constitute acceptance of any design work which does not comply with Applicable Laws and/or the Contract Documents, nor shall it excuse any obligations of the Consultant to comply with the DCP, Applicable Laws and/or the Contract Documents. v. Consultant shall assist in the administration of construction including, but not limited to, review and certification of all Applications for Payment for Work performed in compliance with the Contract Documents; the approval of materials, equipment, and apparatus used in the Work; and architectural and engineering inspections of all construction Work. Consultant's certification for payment shall constitute a representation to the City, based on the Consultant's observations at the Project site and on the data comprising the Design/Builder's 23 Application for Payment, that the Work has progressed to the point indicated and that, to the best of the Consultant's knowledge, information and belief, the quality of the Work is in accordance with the Construction Documents, the DCP and/or any other applicable Contract Documents. The Consultant shall attend Project construction meetings to facilitate the prosecution of the Work. vi. The Consultant shall have a representative at the Project Site to observe the progress and quality of the Work. On the basis of its on-site observations as an architect or as an engineer, the Consultant shall ensure (i) the faithful performance of the Contract Documents; and (ii) that the Work has been or is being installed in accordance with the Contract Documents before allowing it to be covered. The Consultant shall be obligated to provide the Design/Builder and the City with written notice of any defects or deficiencies in the Work observed by the Consultant within five (5) days from date of discovery. With respect to Work which requires inspection prior to covering under the Contract Documents, the Consultant shall not certify any such Work for payment if it has been covered prior to the Consultant's inspection and approval. If the Design/Builder does not, within a reasonable period of time, remedy to the reasonable satisfaction of the Consultant the defective or deficient conditions so reported to the Design/Builder, the Consultant shall provide both the Design/Builder and the City with written notice of the defective or deficient condition not remedied and the Consultant's recommendation of the actions that are necessary to remedy such condition with an estimated time period within which such actions could reasonably be performed. vii. Consultant shall reject Work which does not conform to the Contract Documents, provided that the Consultant obtains the prior written consent of the Project Coordinator. viii. Consultant may render interpretations (in writing or in the form of drawings) necessary for the proper execution of the Work and/or relating to interpretations of the requirements of the Construction Documents, on written request of the Resident Project Representative or Project Coordinator. All such written interpretations must be consistent with and conform to all requirements of the DCP and the Construction Documents. ix. The Consultant shall review, approve, reject or take other appropriate action pertaining to construction-related inquiries and submittals, such as shop drawings, product data and samples. All of Consultant's actions related thereto shall conform to the DCP, the Construction Documents and Applicable Laws. x. The Consultant shall prepare draft Change Orders for the City's review, with supporting documentation and data, subject to City's approval in accordance with the Contract Documents. If a Change Order is approved, Consultant shall prepare and finalize the updated Construction Documents required to implement the Work associated with the Change Order. xi. Consultant shall prepare Construction Change Directives, if necessary, at no additional cost to City, and authorize minor changes in the Work, as provided in the Contract Documents. xii. Consultant shall conduct inspections to assist the City in its determination of Substantial Completion, any Milestones (as applicable) and Final Completion, and shall receive and review for compliance with the Contract Documents all written warranties and related documents required pursuant to the Contract Documents to be assembled and furnished 24 to the City upon Substantial Completion and Final Completion. Consultant shall not tender any Certificate of Substantial Completion to the City for its final determination of whether Substantial Completion has been achieved, unless and until the Consultant has determined to the best of its knowledge, information and belief that the Design/Builder has achieved Substantial Completion of the Work (or portion or component thereof covered by such Certificate) in accordance with the Contract Documents. xiii. The approved and permitted Construction Documents shall constitute a representation by Consultant to City that the Project, if constructed as required by the Contract Documents, will be fully functional, suitable and sufficient for its intended purposes. No action or omission by City shall waive or excuse Design/Builder's obligations under the Agreement and/or other Contract Documents. Design/Builder shall remain liable for all work performed by Consultant including, without limitation, any design errors or omissions which fall below the applicable standard of care. 3.18. Records. At all times during the Design Phase and the Construction Phase, and for a period of five (5) years after Substantial Completion of the Project, the Design/Builder shall preserve, and the City shall have'access during reasonable business hours to, all documents, books and records of the Design/Builder relating to the Project and covering the period from and after the Contract Date through the completed performance of this Agreement including, without limitation, all bids and bid documents received by the Design/Builder from Subcontractors, permitting records, plans and drawings, submittals and correspondence. 3.19. Construction Documents; As-builts; Surveys. a. The Design/Builder shall maintain in good order at the Project Site at least one record copy of the Construction Documents (including drawings, specifications, and the like), addenda, product data, samples, Shop Drawings, Change Orders and other Amendments, marked currently to record changes made during construction. These shall be available to the City for inspection at all times. Upon completion of the Project, these record Construction Documents, addenda, product data, samples, Shop Drawings change orders and other Amendments shall be delivered to Contract Administrator. b. City, through its Contract Administrator, shall have the right to require Design/Builder to modify the Construction Documents, to supplement same with additional plans, drawings, specifications, or additional information that are within the specific intent and stated scope of the Project and which do not cause increase in Contract Price or Contract Time, all of which shall be considered as part of the Contract Documents, at no additional cost to the City. All things which, in the opinion of the Contract Administrator, may reasonably be inferred from the Contract Documents including, but not limited to, the Construction Documents, shall be executed by Design/Builder under the terms of the Contract Documents. The Contract Administrator shall determine whether said Construction Documents conform to the Contract Documents. c. Design/Builder shall be solely responsible for establishing and maintaining a line and grade in the field. Design/Builder shall maintain an accurate and precise horizontal and vertical record of the existing pavement conditions; final pavement conditions; and all pipe lines, conduits, structures, underground utility access portals, handholes, fittings, and similar items encountered or installed during construction. Design/Builder shall deliver these records in good order to the Contract Administrator as the Work is completed. These records shall serve as a 25 basis for "as-built" drawings. The cost of all such field layout and recording work is included in the Contract Price. d. Final "as-built" drawings which accurately reflect the "as-built" conditions of the new facilities shall be supplied on compact discs ("CD"), not compressed, in a multi-layered, manipulable, Autodesk AutoCAD Version 2016 format (or the most current format then being used by the City) or other format specified by the City, and shall be delivered to the City upon Final Completion of the Project and prior to Final Progress Payment pursuant to Article 8, together with a final "as-built" critical path method schedule. If the Design/Builder or its Consultant prepares any of the Design Documents or Construction Documents on Building Information Modeling ("BIM") software, the Design/Builder shall furnish the City with such documents on CDs in multi-layered, manipulable format, along with notice of the specific version of the BIM software used to produce the documents. The verifiable evidence of progress with "as-built" information, as required by Article 8, shall be submitted on Mylar at least once a month to the Contract Administrator. These "as-built" drawings on Mylar and the latest version of the AutoCAD format media must be delivered and found to be acceptable to the City prior to the Final Progress Payment. e. The City requires two (2) paper copies of the as-built drawings, three (3) sets of CDs with CAD files of the as-built drawings, and three (3) sets of CDs with pdf files of the as- built drawings all of which shall be clearly legible. A copy or copies of each such document shall also be retained by the Design/Builder. The Design/Builder shall also comply with all other documentation requirements set forth in the Contract Documents. f. Within thirty (30) days of NTP, the Design/Builder shall inspect the Project Site and furnish to the City a certified line and grade survey, prepared by a surveyor licensed in the State of Florida in accordance with the Minimum Standard Detail Requirements for Land Title Surveys adopted in 1999 by the American Land Title Association and the American Congress of Surveyors and Mappers, and a certified survey of the physical condition of the Project Site, prepared by a qualified engineering firm. The line and grade surveys will locate and protect control points prior to starting site work, and will preserve all permanent reference points during construction. No changes or relocations will be made without prior written approval of the Contract Administrator. A written report shall be made to the Contract Administrator when any reference point is lost or destroyed, or requires relocation because of necessary changes in grades or locations. ii. The surveyor shall be required to replace Project control points which may be lost or destroyed. The surveyor shall be duly registered as a surveyor or mapper, as required by Florida law and any other Applicable Laws. Replacements shall be established based upon original survey control. iii. In addition, as part of the Work, the Design/Builder shall within thirty (30) days of the Substantial Completion Date, furnish to the City another certified survey of the Project Site (with the Project located thereon) prepared by a surveyor licensed in the State of Florida in accordance with the Minimum Standard Detail Requirements for Land Title Surveys adopted in 1999 by the American Land Title Association and the American Congress of Surveyors and Mappers. 3.20. Number of Submittals. Certain Design Documents and Construction Documents are required pursuant to the Contract Documents. (to be submitted and/or provided by the 26 Design/Builder to the City). In addition to the document submittal requirements set forth elsewhere in the Contract Documents, the Design/Builder shall submit the following documents to the City as soon as they are available and shall submit the minimum number of copies listed below: a. Drawings: Submit one set of full-sized reproducible drawings in native AutoCAD format and one copy in .pdf format; one 11" x 17" set of reproducible drawings;, one set of half-sized reproducible drawing one set; of half-sized blue-line drawings; and one electronic copy of the drawing so that the City may reproduce drawings as needed. b. Narratives: For all narrative documents (including documents referenced in Appendix B and (the Project specifications), submit one paper copy and one electronic copy thereof. c. Progress Reports: Design/Builder shall submit with at least one hard copy and at least one electronic copy (in both .pdf and native file format) of all reports specified in Appendix B, and Project Schedules and Updates thereto. . The City shall have no obligation to review and/or approve Progress Reports, Project Schedules and Updates or any such other documents, except as specifically set forth herein. d. Shop Drawings: Provide quantities required pursuant to the terms of Division 1 of the Project specifications. The City shall have no obligation to review and/or approve Shop Drawings. e. Product Data: Provide quantities required pursuant to the terms of Division 1 of the Project specifications. The City shall have no obligation to review and/or approve product data. f. Samples: Provide quantities required pursuant to the terms of Division 1 of the Project specifications. The City shall have no obligation to review and/or approve samples. g. Quality Control and Testing Laboratory Reports: Provide one paper and one electronic copy, both upon submittal to the Consultant, and upon return by the Consultant with its comments and directions. The City shall have no obligation to review and/or quality control and testing laboratory reports. The City's receipt, review and/or approval of such reports shall not in any way constitute approval or acceptance of the Work which is the subject matter thereof. The Design/Builder remains fully responsible for ensuring its receipt, review and approval of all such reports and the contents thereof to ensure the Work is in conformance with the Contract Documents. h. Contract Agreements: Provide one paper and one electronic copy of all agreements by, between or among Design/Builder, Consultant, Design Criteria Professional Design Subconsultants, and any Subcontractors. The City shall have no obligation to review and/or approve any of the foregoing agreements. Guarantees and Warranties: Provide, at a minimum, three (3) copies of all guarantees, warranties, maintenance instructions and manuals, operating manuals, catalogs and operational data that relate to the Project or its components. The City shall have no obligation to review and/or approve any of the foregoing materials. 27 If requested by the City, the Design/Builder shall also submit any of the preceding documents on compact disc (and in a format reasonably acceptable to the City). In addition to the number of copies specified above in (a) through (i), the Design/Builder shall provide to the City six (6) copies of each document provided to the City (in its regulatory capacity) and all other governmental bodies in their role as regulatory agencies, simultaneously with their delivery to the City or such other governmental bodies. 3.21. Availability of Project Site. Subject to the terms herein, the City shall deliver the Project Site or parcels thereof (as depicted in Appendix "A" attached hereto) to the Design/Builder for purposes of commencing demolition, excavation, remediation and construction activities on the date described in the appropriate Notice to Proceed. a. Use of the Project Site or any other City-owned right-of-way for the purpose of storage of equipment or materials, lay-down facilities, pre-cast material fabrication, batch plants for the production of asphalt, concrete or other construction-related materials, or other similar activities, shall require advance written approval by the Project Coordinator. If approved by the City at its sole and absolute discretion, use of the Project Site or any other City-owned right- of- way for the foregoing storage purposes at any given point in time shall be expressly limited to equipment necessary for the then current and active prosecution of the Work and shall be comprised of no more than two (2) weeks' worth of materials or products to be incorporated as part of the Project within the next month, as noted in the most recent approved Project Schedule. The City may, at any time, in its sole and absolute discretion, revoke or rescind such approval for any reason. Upon notice of such rescission, Design/Builder shall, within twenty- four (24) hours, remove and relocate any such materials and equipment to a suitable, approved location. b. Notwithstanding any other provision in the Contract Documents to the contrary, the conditions or requirements of right-of-way permits established by the authorities having jurisdiction including, without limitation any regulatory authorities of the City, shall take precedence over any provision in the Contract Documents that may provide any right whatsoever to use of the Project Site for staging, material and equipment storage, lay-down or other similar activities. 3.22. Testing and Inspection; Responsibility. In addition to the tests and inspections provided for below and elsewhere in the Contract Documents, the City shall have the right (but not the obligation) at any time to inspect or test any portion of the Work or the Project. a. The Design/Builder shall perform and/or obtain all tests and inspections necessary to ensure the proper execution and completion of the Work including, without limitation, all tests and inspections provided for by the Contract Documents (including, but not limited, to any tests and inspections pursuant to Appendix E or by laws, ordinances, rules, regulations or orders of governmental authorities, including the City). The Design/Builder shall make arrangements for tests and inspections conducted by any independent testing laboratory engaged by the City, or tests or inspections conducted by any agency having jurisdiction. The City's direct engagement of any independent testing laboratory or agency shall in no way be construed, interpreted or deemed as the City's assumption of any obligations or requirements of Design/Builder to ensure such testing and inspections are performed, to review and analyze the results thereof and to properly address any portions of the Work which fail to meet the acceptable standards or requirements for which such test or inspection was conducted to evaluate. Rather, the City's engagement of such independent testing laboratory or agency 28 should be interpreted as for convenience of payment purposes only. The Design/Builder shall give the City timely notice of when and where tests and inspections are to be made so the City and/or the Resident Project Representative may observe such procedures. Inspections shall be made promptly and, where practicable, at the source of supply. If Work should be covered up without required inspection/approval, it must, if required by the Contract Administrator or Consultant, be uncovered for examination, and properly restored at Design/Builder's expense. b. If the Contract Administrator determines that the Work, portions thereof, or goods, materials or components required as provided for by the Contract Documents, require additional testing or inspection not included under the above paragraph, the City may instruct the Design/Builder to make arrangements for such additional testing or inspection (including uncovering the Work) as part of the stipulated Contract Price by an entity acceptable to the City, and the Design/Builder shall give timely notice to the City of when and where such tests and inspections are to be made so the City may observe such procedures. The City's presence during any such testing or inspections shall in no way be construed, interpreted and/or deemed to constitute acceptance of such testing or inspection (including the procedures implemented) or the results thereof. c. The Contract Administrator may order re-testing or re- inspection of Work (including uncovering thereof at any time in its sole discretion). If re-testing or re- inspection of Work is found to be in accordance with the Contract Documents, the City shall pay the cost of re- inspection, re-testing and replacement. If such Work is not strictly in accordance with the Contract Documents, Design/Builder shall pay such cost. 3.23. Local Conditions; Site Conditions. a. Local Conditions. The Design/Builder represents and warrants that it has taken all steps reasonably necessary to ascertain the nature and location of the Work, and that it has investigated and satisfied itself as to the general and local conditions which can affect the Project, the performance of the Work and/or the Project Site including, but not limited to i) conditions bearing upon transportation, disposal, handling, and storage of materials; ii) the availability of labor, water,,electric power, and roads; iii) uncertainties of weather and observable physical conditions at the Project Site or otherwise affecting the Project, including sub-tropical and/or coastal conditions in South Florida; iv) the adequacy of the Project Site for lay-down, storage and parking in accordance with Applicable Laws and permit requirements of agencies having jurisdiction; and v) the character of equipment and facilities needed prior to and during the performance of the Work. The Design/Builder agrees that it bears all risk associated with any general or local condition that can affect the Project, the Project Site and/or the performance of the Work. Any act or omission by the Design/Builder with respect to the actions described and acknowledged in this subsection will not relieve the Design/Builder from responsibility for properly estimating the difficulty and cost of successfully performing the Work, or as time is of the essence for proceeding to successfully perform the Work within the Project Schedule and the Contract Price. In confirmation and furtherance of the foregoing, the Design/Builder acknowledges and agrees that it shall not be entitled to an adjustment in the Project Schedule, the Substantial Completion Date or the Contract Price, based on general or local conditions affecting the Project, the Project Site and/or the performance of the Work, and the Design/Builder hereby waives and releases City from any and all Claims associated therewith except for a Force Majeure event which, if it occurs, shall entitle the Design/Builder to an extension of time in accordance with Article 12. 29 b. Site Conditions. The Design/Builder acknowledges and agrees that it has satisfied itself as to what the Design/Builder anticipates will be the character, quality and quantity of soil, surface and subsurface materials or obstacles that may be encountered by the Design/Builder at the Project Site including, but not limited to, the nature or amount of any kind of soil material, the location of any utilities or structures on the Project Site, the composition or condition of any utility or structure and its contents, the fitness of any material for use as fill or drainage, or the amount of water to be expected, and that the entire cost risk of such matters, as well as any soil, surface, subsurface/underground, concealed, unknown, known, latent or other conditions (collectively, the "Site Conditions"), shall be borne by the Design/Builder as part of the Contract Price unless such conditions could not have reasonably been identified upon reasonable investigation by the Design/Builder, in which case, they shall be borne by the City in accordance with, and subject to, the conditions of, this Section 3.23(b)(i) through (iv) and other applicable provisions of the Contract Documents. City makes no representations or warranties whatsoever as to the Site Conditions. Any information provided by City relating to Site Conditions is provided as advisory only, as Design/Builder recognizes and agrees that Site Conditions may vary from those observed by City. Without limiting the generality of the foregoing, but rather in confirmation and furtherance thereof, the Design/Builder agrees that it shall have no Claim for any increase in the Contract Price in the event that Site Conditions are encountered or discovered at the Project Site in the performance of the Work where such conditions could reasonably have been identified upon reasonable investigation thereof. The Design/Builder expressly acknowledges and agrees that its pricing of the Work and the determination of the Contract Price were expressly based upon the Design/Builder's assuming the foregoing cost risks of Site Conditions. If Site Conditions that could not have reasonably been identified by Design/Builder upon prior investigation are encountered at the Project Site that are materially differing from those indicated in the Contract Documents, or if unknown physical conditions of an unusual nature differ materially from those ordinarily encountered and generally recognized as inherent in the Work provided for in the Contract Documents are encountered at the Project Site, Design/Builder shall promptly notify the City within five (5) business days of the specific materially differing Site Conditions before the Design/Builder disturbs the conditions or performs the affected Work. ii. Upon receipt of written notification of differing Site Conditions from the Design/Builder, the City will investigate the Site Conditions and, if it is determined that the Site Conditions materially differ and cause an increase or decrease in the cost or time required for the performance of any Work, an equitable adjustment may be made in accordance with Article 11 herein and the other Contract Documents. An adjustment for differing Site Conditions shall not be allowed, and any Claim relating thereto shall be deemed conclusively waived, if the Design/Builder has not provided the required written notice within five (5) business days of discovery of the Site Conditions, or has disturbed the Site Conditions prior to City's examination thereof. Should the City determine that the Site Conditions of the Project Site are not so materially different to warrant a change in the Contract Price or Contract Time or any other terms of the Contract Documents, Design/Builder shall be notified of the reasons in writing, and such determination shall be final and binding upon the Parties hereto for purposes of the administration of the Project, subject to Design/Builder's right to submit a Claim pursuant to Article 15 and other applicable provisions of the Contract Documents. iii. For purposes of this Section 3.23, a "materially differing" Site Condition is one that (1) is not identified in the Contract Documents and is not reasonably inferable therefrom; (2) could not have reasonably been identified by Design/Builder upon prior 30 investigation, provided Design/Builder reasonably undertook such prior site investigation; and (3) requires a change to the Work that increases Design/Builder's costs and/or impacts the critical path for completion of the Work. iv. Where Site Conditions delay the Project, and said delay could have been avoided by reasonable investigations of the Project Site at any time prior to commencement of the Work in question, such delay shall not be considered to be an Excusable Delay beyond the control of the Design/Builder, and no time extension shall be granted pursuant to Article 9. No request for an equitable adjustment or change to the Contract Time for differing Site Conditions shall be allowed if made after the date certified as the Substantial Completion Date. 3.24. Subcontractors; Design Subconsultants. Design/Builder agrees to bind specifically every Consultant, Subcontractor and Design Subconsultant to the terms and conditions of the Contract Documents for the benefit of the City, and shall incorporate all applicable terms and conditions of the Contract Documents into any and all Consulting Agreement, Design Subconsulting Agreements and Subcontracts, to the full extent of the Work to be performed by each Consultant, Design Subconsultant and Subcontractor. Design/Builder shall submit a copy of each Consulting and Design Subconsulting Agreement and Subcontract at all tiers to the City for its examination and approval, which the City shall not unreasonably withhold, prior to the execution of such Consulting or Design Subconsulting Agreement or Subcontract. The City shall complete its review and advise of its approval within fourteen (14) days of submission of the applicable contract or agreement. a. The Design/Builder shall make available to each proposed Consultant, Design Subconsultant and Subcontractor, prior to execution of the Subcontract, Consulting or Design Subconsulting Agreement, copies of the Contract Documents to which the Consultant, Design Subconsultant or Subcontractor will be bound, and require that each Consultant, Design Subconsultant and Subcontractor shall similarly make copies of applicable portions of such documents available to their respective proposed sub- subcontractors. b. The City will not unreasonably withhold its consent to substitute a Consultant, Design Subconsultant or Subcontractor in the case of: a matured and uncured default by such entity in its contract with the Design/Builder resulting in termination of the Design/Builder's contract with such entity, impossibility of performance or other good cause shown, provided, however, that with respect to the Consultant, any such substitution pursuant to this Subsection may only apply after issuance of NTP1 Any substitute party, however, must possess comparable experience, skill, and character to that of the entity being replaced. c. Conditional Assignment. Design/Builder conditionally assigns to the City all the rights, title and interest of Design/Builder in, to and under any and all Consulting and Design Subconsulting Agreements and Subcontracts. The assignment is exercisable by the City, at its election, in the event that the City has exercised its right to terminate this Agreement for any reason in whole or in part or to take control of, or cause control to be taken of, the Work or any portion thereof. The City may reassign the Consulting and Design Subconsulting Agreements and Subcontracts to another contractor, design professional, or any other qualified person or entity, (as the case may be) and such assignee may exercise the City's rights in the Consulting and Design Subconsulting Agreements and Subcontracts. Each Deign Subconsultant or Subcontractor shall, upon written notice that the City has exercised its rights under the Contract Documents (or the portion thereof applicable to the 31 materials or services being furnished by such Design Subconsultant or Design Subconsulting Agreement or Subcontractor), continue to perform all of its obligations, covenants and agreements under such Subcontract for the benefit of the City. d. The Design/Builder's Consulting Agreement with the Consultant and the Design Subconsulting Agreements with the Design Subconsultants, respectively, shall also set forth the Consultant's and/or Design Subconsultants acknowledgment and agreement that (i) the Consultant shall at all times during on-site construction activities have a representative at the Project Site to observe the progress and quality of the Work; (ii) the Consultant shall, pursuant to such on-site observations as a Consultant, endeavor in good faith to guard against defects and deficiencies in the Work; (iii) the Consultant shall be obligated to provide the Design/Builder and the City with written notice of any defects or deficiencies in the Work observed by the Consultant; (iv) if the Design/Builder does not within a reasonable period of time remedy to the reasonable satisfaction of the Consultant the conditions so reported to the Design/Builder, the Consultant shall provide both the Design/Builder and the City with written notice of the condition not remedied and the Consultant's recommendation of the actions that are necessary to remedy such condition; and (v) the Consultant shall conduct inspections to assist the City in making its final determination of whether the Design/Builder has achieved, Substantial Completion of the Project, or any applicable portion thereof, and shall not tender any Certificate of Substantial Completion to the City unless and until the Consultant has determined to the best of its knowledge, information and belief that the Design/Builder has achieved Substantial Completion of the Work (or portion or component thereof covered by such certificate) in accordance with the Contract Documents. 3.25 UNLESS SPECIFICALLY PROVIDED FOR IN THE CONTRACT DOCUMENTS, THE CITY HAS NO OBLIGATION TO ASSIST, FACILITATE AND/OR PERFORM IN ANY WAY THE DESIGN/BUILDER'S OBLIGATIONS UNDER THE AGREEMENT OR OTHER CONTRACT DOCUMENTS. THE CITY'S PARTICIPATION, FACILITATION AND/OR ASSISTANCE TO THE DESIGN/BUILDER SHALL BE AT ITS SOLE DISCRETION AND SHALL NOT, IN ANY WAY, BE CONSTRUED, INTERPRETED AND/OR CONSTITUTE AN ASSUMPTION BY THE CITY OF DESIGN/BUILDER'S OBLIGATIONS, A WAIVER OF DESIGN/BUILDER'S OBLIGATIONS AND/OR EXCUSE ANY BREACH BY DESIGN/BUILDER OF ITS OBLIGATIONS UNDER THE CONTRACT DOCUMENTS. THE PARTICIPATION IN THE PERFORMANCE OF ANY OF DESIGN/BUILDER'S OBLIGATIONS SHALL NOT PRECLUDE THE CITY FROM DECLARING DESIGN/BUILDER IN DEFAULT FOR DESIGN/BUILDER'S FAILURE TO PERFORM SUCH OBLIGATION, NOR SHALL IT LIMIT, IN ANY WAY, THE CITY'S RIGHTS AND REMEDIES IN CONNECTION THEREWITH. UNLESS OTHERWISE PROVIDED UNDER THE CONTRACT DOCUMENTS, THE DESIGN/BUILDER EXPRESSLY ACKNOWLEDGES AND AGREES NOT TO RAISE OR ASSERT AS DEFENSE TO ANY CLAIM, ACTION, SUIT AND/OR OTHER PROCEEDING OF A SIMILAR NATURE, THE CITY'S PARTICIPATION, ASSISTANCE AND/OR FACILITATION IN THE PERFORMANCE OF DESIGN/BUILDER'S OBLIGATIONS. INCLUDING, WITHOUT LIMITATION, ASSISTING WITH OBTAINING PERMITS OR WITH COORDINATION WITH UTILITIES, OR OTHER MATTERS RELATED TO THE PROJECT. IN THE EVENT OF ANY CONFLICT BETWEEN THIS SECTION AND/OR ANY OTHER PROVISION OF THIS AGREEMENT OR OTHER CONTRACT DOCUMENTS, THIS SECTION SHALL GOVERN. ARTICLE 4 CITY'S DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES 32 4.1. City Representatives. The City shall designate, from time to time, one or more representatives authorized to act on its behalf with respect to the Project. No representative or designee of the City shall have any authority to adjust the Contract Price or the Substantial Completion Date unless memorialized in a duly executed Change Order. The City shall examine documents submitted by the Design/Builder and shall utilize its reasonable efforts to render necessary decisions pertaining thereto in accordance with the Project Schedule. a. The Contract Administrator and Project Coordinator shall have the authority to issue directives and notices on behalf of the City. The Contract Administrator and Project Coordinator shall have the authority to issue Construction Change Directives. b. Approval of Change Orders/Amendments. The City Manager or Contract Administrator may approve Change Orders or other Amendments to the Contract Documents involving extensions to the Contract Time and/or adjustments to the Contract Price, up to an amount equal to the total amount remaining in the City's Contingency. The City Commission may approve any Change Order or other Amendment to the Contract Documents. ii. Change Orders exceeding any available amounts in the City's Contingency shall require the advance approval of the City Commission. 4.2. City's Project Coordinator. The Project Coordinator shall serve as the person designated by the City to provide direct communication with the Design/Builder with respect to the City's responsibilities or matters requiring the City's approval, in its proprietary capacity as Owner, under the Contract Documents. The Project Coordinator shall have full authority to require the Design/Builder to comply with the Contract Documents. However, any failure of the Project Coordinator to identify any noncompliance, or to specifically direct or require compliance, shall in no way constitute a waiver of, or excuse, the Design/Builder's obligation to comply with the requirements of the Contract Documents. The City's Project Coordinator will be responsible for the following: a. Review of draft and completed Applications for Payment and coordination of the processing thereof with the City. b. Monitoring of all aspects of the Work, Project Site, and Project Schedule including, but not limited to, attending Project-related meetings and reviewing and observing the Work and testing thereof for general conformance and compliance with the intent of the DCP and Contract Documents, provided, however, that Project Coordinator's failure to monitor any aspect of the Project shall not relieve Design/Builder of its obligations to perform and deliver the Project in accordance with the Contract Documents. c. Tracking, logging and reviewing all required Project-related documents and serving as the day-to-day City liaison for addressing Project-related issues with the Design/Builder. 4.3. Communications. In communications relating to the Project, the City shall communicate with Subcontractors, and such Subcontractors shall communicate with the City, only through the Design/Builder's Project Manager. Nothing herein shall preclude City 33 or Subcontractor from directly communicating with each other with respect to any default of the Design/Builder or other matter of public concern. 4.4. Cooperation. Whenever the City's cooperation is required by the Design/Builder in order to carry out the Design/Builder's obligations hereunder, the City agrees that it shall act in good faith in so cooperating with the Design/Builder. 4.5. City Information. Any information provided by the City to the Design/Builder, its Consultant, Design Subconsultants or Subcontractors relating to the Project and/or existing conditions upon, about, beneath or adjacent to the Project Site including, without limitation, any geotechnical or environmental reports, or other information pertaining to subsurface exploration and conditions, borings, test pits, tunnels, as-built drawings and other conditions affecting the Project Site, whether or not included in the DCP, are provided only for the convenience of the Design/Builder and the Subcontractors. The City makes no representations or warranties as to, and assumes no responsibility whatsoever with respect to, the sufficiency, completeness or accuracy of such information and makes no guarantee, either express or implied, that the conditions indicated in such information or independently found by the Design/Builder, its Consultant, Design Subconsultants or the Subcontractors as a result of any examination, exploration or testing, are representative of those existing throughout the performance of the Work or the Project Site, and there is no guarantee against unanticipated or undisclosed conditions. 4.6. City's Reviews and Comments. The City's review, evaluation, or comment as to any documents prepared by or on behalf of the Design/Builder shall be solely for the purpose of the City's determining for its own satisfaction the suitability of the Project, or portions thereof, detailed in such documents for the purposes intended therefor by the City, and may not be relied upon in any way by the Design/Builder, any Consultant, Design Subconsultant, Subcontractor or any other third party as a substantive review thereof. The City, in reviewing, evaluating, commenting on or monitoring any progress of the Work, shall have no responsibility or liability for the accuracy or completeness of the Work, for any defects or inadequacies therein, or for any failure to comply with the requirements set forth in the Contract Documents, the responsibility for all of the foregoing matters being the sole obligation of the Design/Builder; nor shall the City's review or monitoring of the Work constitute acceptance of the Work or in any way excuse or limit the obligations of the Design/Builder to comply with the Contract Documents as set forth therein. 4.7. Resident Project Representative. The City may retain an independent professional engineering firm or other firm duly qualified and licensed to serve as Resident Project Representative and assist the City with observing, reviewing, and documenting construction activities on the Project. The Resident Project Representative shall monitor Design/Builder's progress and performance in accordance with the Contract Documents. The Resident Project Representative shall have the authority to assist the City with the following: a. Reviewing Design/Builder's Project Schedule submissions and confer with the Design/Builder and/or Consultant regarding acceptability thereof; b. Reviewing draft Applications for Payment, forwarding comments and recommendations to the Consultant, and approving Applications for Payment as complying with the requirements of the Contract Documents following Consultant's certification of such Applications for Payment; 34 c. Observing all aspects of the prosecution of the Work including, but not limited to, verifying that Work has been completed and that material and equipment certificates, operation and maintenance manuals, guarantees and warranties and any other data or documents required by the Contract Documents have been provided to the City; d. Participating in inspections and testing required by the Contract Documents, including Substantial Completion and Final Completion inspections, and assisting City in connection with its determination of Substantial Completion, any applicable Milestones and Final Completion. The role of the Resident Project Representative is to facilitate information to the City and Consultant. In no event shall the Resident Project Representative be authorized to approve substitutions or deviations from the Contract Documents; to undertake any of the obligations and responsibilities of Design/Builder; direct the means and methods of Design/Builder; or to advise on, issue direction on, or assume control over safety practices of the Design/Builder. If no RPR is appointed or assigned to the Project, the duties of the RPR shall be performed by the Design Criteria Professional, or Contract Administrator (or his or her designee). 4.8. Design/Builder Not Relieved By City, Project Coordinator or Resident Project Representative Activity. The responsibility of the Design/Builder for faithful performance of the Contract Documents shall not be relieved or affected in any respect by the presence, inspections, or approvals by the City (whether in its proprietary or regulatory capacity), Project Coordinator or Resident Project Representative or their designees. 4.9. Permitting & Code Inspections. The City may retain a threshold inspector, if required by Chapter 553, Florida Statutes, and any other inspectors as the City deems necessary, provided, however, the failure of the City, threshold inspector, or any other inspector to identify any noncompliance, or to specifically direct or require compliance, shall in no way constitute a waiver of, or excuse, the Design/Builder's obligation to comply with the requirements of the Contract Documents. ARTICLE 5 EMPLOYMENT CONDITIONS 5.1. No Discrimination; Affirmative Action. The Design/Builder shall not discriminate against any workers, employees, or applicants, or any member of the public, because of race, creed, color, religion, age, sex, sexual orientation or national origin, nor otherwise commit an unfair employment practice. The Design/Builder shall take affirmative action to ensure that applicants are granted or denied employment, and that employees are treated during employment, without regard to their race, creed, color, religion, age, sex, sexual orientation or national origin. Such affirmative action shall relate to, but not be limited to, the following: employment, upgrading, demotion or transfer, recruitment or recruitment advertising; layoff or termination; rates of pay or other forms of compensation; and selection for training, including apprenticeship. The Design/Builder shall post (or cause to be posted) in conspicuous places, available to employees and applicants for employment, notices setting forth the provisions of this non-discrimination clause. The Design/Builder further agrees that this clause will be incorporated in all contracts entered into with Consultant, Design Subconsultants, Subcontractors and all labor organizations furnishing skilled, unskilled and craft labor or performing any such labor in connection with the Work. 35 5.2. Civil Rights Act. The Design/Builder shall comply with, and shall require all Subcontractors to comply with, all Federal, State, and local laws, rules, regulations and ordinances relating to employment and the design and construction of the Project, including without limitation the Civil Rights Act of 1964, Pub. L. 88-352. July 2. 1964. 78 Stat. §701 et seq., as amended; the Americans With Disabilities Act of 1990, Pub. L. 101-336, July 26, 1990; and the City's Human Rights Ordinance, as same may be amended. 5.3. Equal Benefits. Design/Builder certifies and represents that it shall comply with all applicable provisions of Section 2-373 of the City Code, as same may be amended from time, with regard to equal benefits for domestic partners of employees. The failure to comply with this Section shall constitute a material event of default of this Agreement. 5.4. Compliance Reports. To demonstrate compliance with the foregoing, the Design/Builder shall furnish, and shall cause its Subcontractors to furnish, such reports and information and in such form and substance as may be reasonably requested by the City or any other governmental body or agency requesting the same. 5.5. Prevailing Wages. If specified as applicable to this Project in the RFP, the Design/Builder shall comply with, and shall require all Subcontractors to comply with, Sections 31-27 through 31-30 of the City Code, as same may be amended from time to time, with regard to minimum hourly wage rates for all employees who provide services pursuant to this Agreement, as follows: a. The rate of wages and fringe benefit payments for all laborers, mechanics, and apprentices shall not be less than those payments for similar skills in classifications of work in a like construction industry as determined by the Secretary of Labor and as published in the Federal Register. All mechanics, laborers, and apprentices, employed or working directly upon the site of the Work shall be paid in accordance with the above referenced wage rates. Design/Builder shall post notice of these provisions at the site of the Work in a prominent place where it can be easily seen by the workers. b. If the Parties cannot agree on the proper classification of a particular class of laborers or mechanics or apprentices to be used, the Parties shall submit the question, together with its recommendation, to the City Manager for final determination. c. In the event it is found by the City that any laborer or mechanic or apprentice employed by Design/Builder, or any Subcontractor directly on the site of the Work has been or is being paid at a rate of wages less than the rate of wages required by the ordinance, the City may (i) by written notice to Design/Builder terminate its right to proceed with the Work or such part of Work for which there has been a failure to pay said required wages; and (ii) prosecute the Work or portion thereof to completion by contract or otherwise. Whereupon, City and its sureties shall be liable to City for any excess costs occasioned to City thereby. d. Design/Builder shall maintain payrolls and basic records relating thereto during the course of the Work and shall preserve such for a period of three (3) years thereafter for all laborers, mechanics, and apprentices working at the site of the Work. Such records shall contain the name and address of each such employee; its current classification; rate of pay (including rates of contributions for, or costs assumed to provide, fringe benefits); daily and weekly number of hours worked; deductions made; and actual wages paid. 36 e. Design/Builder shall be required to submit, with each requisition for payment, any signed and sworn statement of compliance with the prevailing wage rate ordinance, as may be required by the City. Design/Builder shall submit certified payrolls for each requisition period. Certified payrolls should include employee name, address and social security number, labor classification, hours worked, hourly base rate, hourly fringe rate and hourly benefit rate f. The City may withhold or cause to be withheld from Design/Builder so much of the payments requisitioned as may be considered necessary to pay laborers and mechanics, including apprentices, trainees, and guards employed by Design/Builder or any Subcontractor on the Work, the full amount of wages required by the Contract Documents or terms of the applicable subcontract. g. If Design/Builder or any Subcontractor fails to pay any laborer, mechanic, or apprentice employed or working on the site of the Work all or part of the wages required by the Contract Documents or terms of the applicable subcontract, the City may, after written notice to Design/Builder, take such action as may be necessary to cause suspension of any further payments or advances until such violations have ceased. ARTICLE 6 PROJECT SCHEDULE AND BREAKDOWN OF PROJECT COSTS 6.1. Project Schedule. TIME IS OF THE ESSENCE THROUGHOUT THIS AGREEMENT. Design/Builder shall complete the planning, design, development, construction, and completion of the Work and the Project in accordance with the approved Project Schedule and within the Contract Time, which schedule defines major design and construction Milestones, Substantial Completion, their sequences, and Final Completion as determined from the date of the Notice to Proceed. The Parties hereto recognize and acknowledge that the Project Schedule has been established in order to meet the requirements of the Parties hereto for the design, development, construction and completion of the Project and to coordinate the design, development, construction and completion of the Project. Design/Builder shall be instructed to commence the Work by written instruction issued by the City in the form of one or more Notices to Proceed for the Design Phase and for Construction Phase. 6.2. Time For Completion. TIME IS OF THE ESSENCE TO COMPLETE THIS PROJECT. THERE WILL BE TWO NOTICES TO PROCEED (NTP1 AND NTP2) ISSUED FOR THIS PROJECT; THE FIRST NOTICE TO PROCEED (NTP1) WILL BE ISSUED AFTER EXECUTION OF THE CONTRACT, TO INITIATE THE DESIGN PHASE AND PROCUREMENT OF APPROVED MATERIALS AND/OR EQUIPMENT. THE SECOND NOTICE TO PROCEED (NTP2) WILL BE ISSUED FOR THE CONSTRUCTION PHASE, ON OR AFTER THE DESIGN IS COMPLETE AND PERMITS FOR CONSTRUCTION HAVE BEEN OBTAINED. BECAUSE TIME IS OF THE ESSENCE TO COMPLETE THIS PROJECT, SUBSTANTIAL COMPLETION AND FINAL COMPLETION DEADLINES HAVE BEEN ESTABLISHED AS FOLLOWS: • Substantial Completion of the Project shall be two hundred fifteen (215) calendar days from issuance of the first Notice To Proceed (NTP1). • Final completion shall be ninety (90) calendar days from the date of issuance of Substantial Completion. 37 a. Notice to Proceed. NTP for the Design Phase will be issued soon after execution of the Agreement by both Parties. However, the submission to City of all required documents and execution of the Agreement shall not automatically mandate any obligation of the City to issue NTP for the Design Phase or NTP for the Construction Phase. The issuance of NTP shall be in the City's sole discretion. As part of the foregoing NTP or through a separate Notice to Proceed, the City may authorize certain preconstruction Work subject to the advance written approval of the Contract Administrator as may be authorized in the Notice to Proceed, to permit Design/Builder to perform certain utility relocations, remedial actions and other preliminary or preparatory activities or site work, as described in the Project Schedule. b. NTP for Construction Phase. The NTP for the Construction Phase (NTP2) shall be the second Notice to Proceed to Design/Builder authorizing commencement of the balance of the Work (other than the Above Ground Improvements, which may be authorized by Change Order pursuant to Section 11.7). Design/Builder shall achieve Substantial Completion of the Work within two hundred and fifteen (215) calendar days from the first issuance of NTP for the Design Phase. Following Substantial Completion, the Final Completion of all Work shall be achieved no later than ninety (90) days after issuance of a Certificate of Substantial Completion by the Contract Administrator. As a condition precedent to issuance of NTP for the Construction Phase, Design/Builder shall submit to City all of the following items for City's review and approval: A proposed Project Schedule in compliance with the requirements of the Contract Documents; ii. A preliminary schedule of Shop Drawing submissions; iii. A preliminary Schedule of Values i n sufficient detail to serve as the basis for progress payments during the Construction Phase. Such prices will include an appropriate amount of overhead and profit applicable to each item of Work. iv. Utility coordination schedule: Design/Builder shall meet with all utility owners and secure from them a schedule of utility relocation. City shall not be responsible for the nonperformance of utility relocation or any other failure to cooperate or coordinate by the utility owners. Any efforts by the City to facilitate such coordination or cooperation by or with the utility owners shall be solely at the City's discretion and shall not in any way be construed or interpreted as the City's assumption of such obligation, which obligation shall, at all times, remain the full responsibility of the Design/Builder. v. All permits required by authorities having jurisdiction, unless otherwise provided by the Contract Documents. vi. Identity and location of storage yard for storage of materials and equipment relating to the Project. c. Design/Builder shall not be entitled to compensation of any kind until issuance of NTP. Design/Builder shall bear the responsibility for re-performing any Work, including design and permitting costs, should the respective regulatory agencies require changes thereto. The Design/Builder expressly acknowledges and agrees that its pricing of the Work and the 38 determination of the Contract Price were expressly based upon the Design/Builder's assuming the foregoing cost risks of taking all steps that may be necessary to sequence and prosecute the Work as contemplated by the Project Schedule. 6.3. Preconstruction Schedule. Within thirty (30) days after receiving the NTP, the Design/Builder shall (without altering, revising or otherwise changing the Substantial Completion Date) submit to the City for review a detailed preconstruction schedule by developing the Project Schedule. This revised Project Schedule shall be based on the critical path method, shall show in complete detail the starting and completion time sequence of design, development and contract award activities of the Design/Builder and its Consultant, Design Subconsultants and Subcontractors, shall identify all interface Milestone events of the City (if any). Provided the expanded schedule has been approved by the City, such revised Project Schedule shall be incorporated into this Agreement pursuant to an Amendment in substitution of the schedule attached as Appendix "D" hereto. a. City shall have fourteen (14) days from Design/Builder's submission to City of the Construction Documents, at the 30%, 60%, 90% and 100% completion stages, respectively, to review and comment on the Construction Documents (in its proprietary capacity as Owner of the Project). Design/Builder shall incorporate such City review periods into its Project Schedule. If the City's reviews take longer than the fourteen (14) day periods set forth herein, Design/Builder must immediately request an extension of time and comply with the notice and other requirements of Article 12. Time extensions for such delays shall not be automatic and must be requested in accordance with the Contract Documents. b. The Project Schedule shall also identify the total schedule float for the Project and how that float is allocated to items of Work on the critical path. During the Design Phase, any float set forth from time to time shall be available to the Design/Builder and the City at such times as either party may need it. Each month during the Design and Construction Phases, the Design/Builder shall, in its computer-generated reports submitted to the City pursuant to Section 6.7 hereof, provide the City with the Design/Builder's then current assessment of the amount of float available in the Project Schedule and, to the extent relevant, whether and to what extent such float was generated by the Design/Builder or the City. Nothing in this Agreement shall prohibit the Construction Phase from beginning prior to the Design Phase being completed, provided that the City has issued the applicable Notice to Proceed. c. Pre-construction Meeting. At a time specified by City, but before Design/Builder commences the Work at the Project Site, a conference attended by Design/Builder, City and others, as deemed appropriate by Contract Administrator, will be held to discuss the Project plans; submission of all schedules and reports required by the Contract Documents; procedures for handling Shop Drawings and other submittals; procedures for processing Applications for Payment; and to establish a working understanding among the Parties as to the Work. d. Within five (5) business days prior to the pre-construction meeting described in Subsection 6.3(c) herein, Design/Builder shall submit the following to City, for City's review and approval: A critical path method ("CPM") Project "Base Line" Schedule in accordance with Division 1 of the Project Specifications, one (1) electronic copy on a CD in native Primavera format and .pdf format, and one (1) hard copy, with activities arranged in a "waterfall", in the indicated form for final review and approval, including: bar chart; modified CPM and computerized CPM using the latest edition of the Primavera software; "Early Start" 39 and "Early Finish" dates for each activity; input that encompasses all submittal approvals; delivery durations for important materials and/or equipment; logic relationships of activities, including physical and Project Site restraints; and clearly identifying the Project's critical path. CPM shall have the meaning and detail as outlined in the most recent edition of the Association of General Contractors (AGC) publication, "The Use of CPM in Construction." The preliminary CPM Project "Base Line" Schedule, when submitted, shall have attached a program-generated error report stating that no errors exist in the schedule. ii. Design/Builder shall submit on a monthly basis, with each Application for Payment, an update of the CPM Project Schedule (with a program-generated error report stating that no errors exist in the schedule and that does not revise the CPM Project "Base Line" Schedule's Substantial Completion Date or Final Completion Date) showing the progress for the month. DESIGN/BUILDER SHALL SUBMIT ONE HARD COPY AND ONE ELECTRONIC COPY (in both pdf and native file format). In addition to the CPM Project "Base Line" Schedule, Design/Builder shall include a narrative report of the month's progress, an explanation of any delays and/or additions/deletions to activities. If City waives the requirement for the submission of any portion of an Application for Payment, or waives the requirement for submission of an Application for Payment in any given month, Design/Builder shall nevertheless submit the monthly update of the CPM Project Schedule specified in this Section. iii. It is strongly recommended that Design/Builder hire a seasoned professional in the use of Primavera, to develop and update the Primavera CPM Project "Base Line" Schedule. iv. Design/Builder shall attend weekly progress meetings and provide an updated two (2) week look ahead schedule for review and discussion, Design/Builder shall, on a monthly basis, be prepared to discuss at a weekly progress meeting: (i) any proposed changes to the CPM Project "Base Line Schedule"; (ii) explain and provide a narrative for reasons why logic changes should be made; (iii) update to individual Subcontractor activities; and (iv) integration of changes into the schedule. v. The CPM Project "Base Line" Schedule shall be the basis of the Design/Builder's Work and shall be complied with in all respects. vi. After award, but prior to the submission of the final CPM Project "Base Line" Schedule, City's Project Coordinator and/or Contract Administrator and Design/Builder shall meet with all utility owners and secure from them a schedule of utility relocation; provided, however, that City shall not be responsible for non-performance of utility relocation or any other failure to cooperate of coordinate by the utility owners. Any efforts by the City to facilitate such coordination or cooperation by or with the utility owners shall be solely at the City's discretion and shall not in any way be construed or interpreted as the City's assumption of such obligation, which obligation shall, at all times, remain the full responsibility of the Design/Builder. vii. A preliminary schedule of Shop Drawing submissions; and viii. A preliminary Schedule of Values for all of the Work which will include items aggregating the Contract Price and which may subdivide the Work into component parts in sufficient detail to serve as the basis for progress payments during the Construction Phase. e. Within twenty (20) days following the pre-construction meeting referenced in Subsection 6.3(c), Design/Builder shall revise its original preliminary Project Schedule submittal, 40 Shop Drawings schedule submittal, and its proposed Schedule of Values to address all review comments received from the City, and shall resubmit the revised Schedules for Project Coordinator review and approval. The final CPM Project "Base Line" Schedule will be accepted by Project Coordinator only if it provides for the orderly progression of the Work to completion within the Contract Time; provided, however, that any such acceptance shall not constitute acceptance by City of the means or methods of construction or of the sequencing or scheduling of the Work, and shall not relieve Design/Builder from full responsibility to perform and complete the Work within the Contract Time in accordance with the Contract Documents. The finalized schedule of Shop Drawing submissions must be acceptable to Project Coordinator as providing a workable arrangement for processing Shop Drawings. The finalized Schedule of Values must be acceptable to the Project Coordinator as to form and substance. However, nothing contained herein shall prevent City from requesting modifications to the aforementioned submittal Schedules, Project Schedule or Schedule of Values. 6.4. Manpower Forecast. Within ten (10) days after receiving the Notice to Proceed, the Design/Builder shall submit a manpower forecast by trades and their availability in the Miami- Dade County, Florida area. The Design/Builder shall update this manpower forecast at semi- annual intervals, or at such other intervals as the City may direct. 6.5. Construction Schedule. At such time as the Construction Documents are sixty percent (60%) complete (as determined by the City), the Design/Builder shall (without altering, revising or otherwise changing the Substantial Completion Date) submit to the City for incorporation into the Contract Documents a detailed, Project construction schedule by expanding the overall Project Schedule. This schedule shall be based upon the critical path method, shall show in complete detail the starting and completion times of activities for each of the various trades, the sequence of the Work and all significant activities (with the critical path clearly delineated), shall include monthly updates of data dates. Provided the Project Schedule has been approved by the City, such revised Project Schedule shall be incorporated into this Agreement pursuant to an Amendment in substitution of the schedule then attached as Appendix "D" hereto. 6.6. NOT USED. 6.7. Computer-Generated Reports. As a condition to the Design/Builder receiving each monthly progress payment identified in Article 7, the Design/Builder will submit to the City a report identifying the progress of the Work in comparison with the Project Schedule, which report shall be computer-generated. The report shall clearly delineate the critical path and shall reflect the current status of all float time in the Project Schedule. In addition, the Design/Builder shall prepare a report (which shall be updated on a monthly basis) showing for each month the monthly progress payments in relationship to the Project Schedule. 6.8. Contents of Reports. The computer-generated reports provided for in Section 6.7 above will consist of the following: a. Summary Trade Schedule in Bar Chart Format; b. Detailed Activities - Reports showing starting and completion floats; c. Detailed Critical Activity Report; d. Buyout Report of Long Lead Equipment and Contracts; 41 e. A written report showing actions taken to correct any Project Schedule slippages; and f. An updated Project Cash Flow Report. 6.9. Progress in Accordance with Schedule/ Recovery Schedule. The Project Schedule and Substantial Completion Dates shall not be modified except by an Amendment to this Agreement. The Design/Builder shall prosecute the Work, and shall cause all Consultants, Design Subconsultants and Subcontractors to prosecute the Work, so that the delivery of the Project by the Substantial Completion Date shall be in accordance with the approved Project Schedule. a. If the Work on any critical path item or activity delineated in the Project Schedule is delayed for a period which exceeds 5% of the days remaining until a completion deadline for an item in the Project Schedule (including delays for which Design/Builder may be entitled to a time extension under Article 13), and it reasonably appears that the Design/Builder will be unable to meet the deadlines of the Project Schedule, the City may notify the Design/Builder of the same and, in such event, the Design/Builder shall have the right to demonstrate Design/Builder's proposed recovery plan to regain lost schedule progress and to achieve such progress in accordance with the Contract Documents ("Recovery Schedule"), after taking into account Excusable Delay (as hereinafter defined) and permitted extensions of the Project Schedule. b. City shall notify Design/Builder within five (5) business days after receipt of each Recovery Schedule, whether the Recovery Schedule is deemed accepted or rejected. Within five (5) business days after City's rejection of any Recovery Schedule, Design/Builder will resubmit a revised Recovery Schedule incorporating City's comments. If the City accepts Design/Builder's Recovery Schedule, Design/Builder shall, within five (5) business days after City's acceptance, incorporate and fully include the Recovery Schedule into the Project Schedule and deliver same to City. c. If the Design/Builder fails to provide an acceptable Recovery Schedule, as determined by City in its sole discretion, that demonstrates Design/Builder's follow the Project Schedule, the City may, without prejudice to any other rights and remedies available to the City hereunder or otherwise, order the Design/Builder to employ such extraordinary measures, including acceleration of the Work, and other measures, including substantially increasing manpower and/or necessary equipment, as may be necessary to bring the Work into conformity with the Project Schedule. 6.10. Substantial Completion. As a condition of Substantial Completion, all of the following must occur: a. All Work awarded under the Contract affecting the operability of the Project, or safety has been completed in accordance with the Contract Documents; b. If applicable, all Pre-commissioning activities, including alignment, balancing, lubrication and first-fill, have been completed; c. The Work may be operated within manufacturers' recommended limits, in compliance with Applicable Laws, and without damage to the Work or to the Project; 42 d. Design/Builder has corrected all defects, deficiencies and/or discrepancies to the entire Work as identified by RPR and RPR confirms such corrections have been made in writing; e. When Design/Builder believes it has achieved Substantial Completion, Design/Builder shall request an inspection by the City and the RPR, and shall provide the City with evidence supporting its assessment of Substantial Completion, including any specific documents or information requested by the City to assist in its evaluation thereof. Design/Builder shall, prior to said inspection, develop its preliminary Punch List for input and comment by the City and the RPR. Once the preliminary Punch List is submitted to the City and RPR, the City and its representatives shall then schedule a walk-through of the Project with Design/Builder and the Consultant. Following the walk-through, Design/Builder shall develop and provide City with the list of all remaining items of Work to be completed or corrected, and which incorporates items and comments identified or provided by the City and RPR comments and is d certified for completeness and accuracy by the Consultant ("Substantial Completion Punch List"), provided, however, that failure to include any items on such Substantial Completion Punch List does not alter the responsibility of the Design/Builder to complete all Work in accordance with the Contract Documents; and f. With respect to any Project for which a right-of-way permit is required from the City of Miami Beach's Public Works Department, including this Project, in the event the Above Ground Improvements identified in Appendix F are not added by way of Change Order, the City acknowledges and agrees that Substantial Completion under this Contract will represent less than a usable street improvement project. If such Above Ground Improvements are added in by Change Order pursuant to Section 11.7 hereof, in no event shall Substantial Completion occur prior to the final lift of asphalt and acceptance thereof by the agencies having jurisdiction (including, without limitation, the City's Public Works Department). 6.11. Certificate of Substantial Completion. Any determination by the Consultant and the Design/Builder of Substantial Completion shall not be binding on the City, and the ultimate determination of Substantial Completion shall rest with the City and shall be evidenced by the City's executing and returning to the Design/Builder its Certificate(s) of Substantial Completion (or Notice of Partial Substantial Completion, as applicable). a. When the City, on the basis of an inspection, determines that the Work or designated portion thereof, is substantially complete, and when the Design/Builder has complied with all other conditions precedent to Substantial Completion provided for in Section 6.10 and the other Contract Documents, the City will then prepare a Certificate of Substantial Completion which shall establish the Substantial Completion Date, shall state the responsibilities of Design/Builder, if any, for security, maintenance, heat, utilities, damage to the Work, and insurance, and Design/Builder shall complete the items listed in the Substantial Completion Punch List within sixty (60) days following the Substantial Completion 2 Date. If the City issues a Certificate of Substantial Completion on the basis of partial completion of the Project, or upon the basis of a partial or temporary certificate of occupancy or certificate of completion, as applicable, City may include such additional conditions, as it deems appropriate to protect its interests pending substantial completion of the entire Project or issuance of a permanent certificate of occupancy or certificate of completion, as applicable. b. The City shall not unreasonably withhold or condition acceptance and execution of a Certificate of Substantial Completion (or a Notice of Partial Substantial Completion); 43 provided, however, the Project shall not be deemed Substantially Complete and the City shall not execute a Certificate of Substantial Completion until all of the criteria for achieving Substantial Completion as identified in Section 6.10 and any other Contract Documents have been satisfied. 6.12. Partial Substantial Completion. Partial Substantial Completion of the Work shall occur when the City determines that a portion of the Work, as defined in the Contract Documents and/or otherwise by logical boundaries, is Substantially Complete in accordance with the Contract Documents. The City may (but shall not be obligated to) agree that a portion or component of the Work, acceptable to the City in its sole discretion, may be certified as Substantially Complete provided that: The requirements provided under Sections 6.10 and 6.11 above for issuance of a Certificate of Substantial Completion are complied with for the portion of the Work for which a Certificate of Partial Substantial Completion is being sought; ii. Such portion and any and all appurtenances, utilities, transportation arteries and any other items required under the Contract Documents and necessary to serve that portion of the Work are sufficiently completed, a temporary certificate of completion or Certificate of Occupancy, as applicable, is issued for the portion of the Work for which a Certificate of Partial Substantial Completion is being sought and/or all conditions or requirements of authorities having jurisdiction are complied with, to permit the City to utilize and occupy that portion for its intended use in accordance with the Contract Documents without material interference from any incomplete or improperly completed items of Work; iii. The City is fully able to use and occupy the portion of the Work for the purposes intended and the Design/Builder separates the portion of the Work which is Substantially Complete from non-complete areas of the Project in order to prevent noise, dust and other construction disturbances which would materially interfere with the use of such portion for its intended use in accordance with the Contract Documents and to assure the safety of those entering, exiting and occupying the Substantially Completed portion of the Work; and iv. Partial Substantial Completion shall not constitute Final Completion of the Work or Substantial Completion of the Project, nor shall it relieve the Design/Builder of any responsibility for the correction of Work (whether or not included in portion of Work Substantially Complete) or for the performance of Work not complete at the time of Partial Substantial Completion. 6.13. Beneficial Occupancy. If applicable, Beneficial Occupancy shall occur when the City determines, at its sole and absolute discretion, that the Work or a portion thereof may be occupied prior to Substantial Completion. City may take Beneficial Occupancy in accordance with the provisions of the Contract Documents. a. Prior to the anticipated date of Beneficial Occupancy, Design/Builder shall separate the portion of the Work to be occupied from non-complete areas of the Project in order to prevent noise, dust and other construction disturbances which would materially interfere with the use of such portion for its intended use in accordance with the Contract Documents and to assure the safety of those entering, exiting and occupying the completed portion to be occupied. 44 b. Beneficial Occupancy shall not constitute Substantial Completion or Final Completion of the Work, nor shall it relieve the Design/Builder of any responsibility for the correction of Work (whether or not included in the portion of Work to be occupied) or for the performance of Work not complete at the time of Beneficial Occupancy. c. Design/Builder's insurance on the unoccupied or unused portion or portions of the Project Site shall not be canceled or lapsed on account of such Beneficial Occupancy. d. Design/Builder shall be responsible to maintain all utility services to areas occupied by the City until Final Completion. 6.14. Final Completion. Final Completion of the Project shall be deemed to have occurred if all the following have occurred: a. Substantial Completion of the entire Project has occurred; b. The Work can be used and operated in accordance with Applicable Laws and applicable permits; c. All spare parts and special tools purchased by Design/Builder as part of Vendor supplies shall have been delivered to City and clear of all Liens; d. All items on the Substantial Completion Punch List shall have been completed by Design/Builder to City's satisfaction and all final inspections have been performed; e. Design/Builder has satisfied the additional conditions prescribed by the City in conjunction with a Certificate of Substantial Completion issued on the basis of Partial Substantial Completion of the Project, or a partial or temporary Certificate of Occupancy or Certificate of Completion, as applicable; f. Design/Builder has delivered evidence to the City that all permits have been satisfied and closed, and that a certificate of completion and/or certificate of occupancy (as applicable) has been issued by the authority having jurisdiction, and the Project or designated portion thereof is sufficiently complete in accordance with the Contract Documents and can be used for its intended purpose for uninterrupted operation including, without limitation, acceptance if completed as-builts if required by the agency having jurisdiction; g. Design/Builder shall have provided to City final releases and complete and unconditional waivers of liens for all Work performed by Design/Builder and each Subcontractor Supplier where the applicable contract price or purchase order value exceeds $10,000; h. Design/Builder shall have delivered to City a certification identifying all outstanding Claims (exclusive of any Liens or other such encumbrances which must have been discharged) of Design/Builder (and of its Subcontractors, Suppliers and any other party against Design/Builder) with written documentation reasonably sufficient to support and/or provide detail to substantiate such Claims; Operational testing, whether by Subcontractor, Manufacturer, Supplier and/or Design/Builder, has been successfully completed; 45 j. Design/Builder shall have made a written assignment to City of all warranties and guarantees which Design/Builder received from Subcontractors, Vendors, and Suppliers k. Design/Builder shall have delivered to City a complete set of as-built documents and Project Records prepared in accordance with the Contract Documents; Design/Builder has delivered to City all other submittals required by the Contract Documents including, but not limited to, all installation instructions, operations and maintenance manuals for equipment furnished by Design/Builder and all product data sheets for all materials furnished by Design/Builder; m. All rubbish and debris have been removed from the Project Site; n. All Construction aids, equipment and materials have been removed from the Project Site; and o. Design/Builder has delivered to the City all executed warranties and guarantees required by the Contract Documents. Final Completion of the Work shall be achieved no later than ninety (90) days after issuance of a Certificate of Substantial Completion by the Contract Administrator. City shall deliver to Design/Builder a Certificate of Final Completion as soon as practicable following declaration by City that Final Completion has occurred. Final Completion is a condition precedent to Final Progress Payment. 6.15. Liquidated Damages. a. The failure of the Design/Builder to meet the Milestones or complete the Project by the Substantial Completion Date (as such date may be extended in accordance with the terms of this Agreement) will deprive the City and the residents and visitors of the City of a valuable asset. Therefore, the Design/Builder agrees that the Design/Builder shall begin the Project in conformity with the provisions set forth herein and shall prosecute the same with all due diligence and adequate manpower, so as to timely achieve the Milestones (if any) and Substantial Completion of the entire Project (as such date may be extended in accordance with the terms of this Agreement). Failure to achieve Substantial Completion and/or Final Completion, shall be cause for the City to deduct from monies otherwise due the Design/Builder the liquidated amounts as set forth below: 1. Substantial Completion. Upon failure of Design/Builder to achieve Substantial Completion of the Project within the time specified for Substantial Completion , plus approved time extensions, City shall deduct from monies otherwise due the Design/Builder a liquidated amount assessed daily until Substantial Completion 1 of the Project, in the amount of $3,500 per day, commencing on the first day following the date Design/Builder was to achieve Substantial Completion of the Work, pursuant to the approved and updated Project Schedule. 2. Final Completion. Upon failure of Design/Builder to achieve Final Completion of the Project, within the time specified for Final Completion, plus approved time extensions, City shall deduct from monies otherwise due the Design/Builder a 46 liquidated amount assessed daily until Final Completion, in the amount of $2,000 per day, commencing on the first day following the date Design/Builder was to achieve Final Completion of the Work, pursuant to the approved and updated Project Schedule. b. Design/Builder acknowledges and agrees that the foregoing Liquidated Damages amounts are not penalties and have been set based on an evaluation by City of damages to City and the public caused by Design/Builder's untimely performance. Such damages may include, without limitation, additional costs of administering this Agreement (including Project staff, legal, accounting, consultants, overhead and other administrative costs). Design/Builder and City have agreed to such Liquidated Damages in order to fix Design/Builder's costs and to avoid later disputes over which items are properly chargeable to Design/Builder as a consequence of Design/Builder's delays, in view of the Parties' recognition of the impossibility of precisely ascertaining the amount of damages that will be sustained by City as a consequence of such delay. By entering into this Agreement, Design/Builder acknowledges that the amounts established for Liquidated Damages are fair and commercially reasonable. Such Liquidated Damages shall apply separately to each Milestone containing the right to assess Liquidated Damages. c. Liquidated Damages shall be deducted from monies otherwise due Design/Builder, whether or not the City terminates Design/Builder for cause and whether or not Surety completes the Project after a Default by Design/Builder. Design/Builder further acknowledges and agrees that Liquidated Damages may be owed even though no Event of Default has occurred. d. Liquidated Damages shall apply solely to Claims arising from delay in timely achieving any Milestone for which the right to assess Liquidated Damages is specified, including, without limitation, Substantial Completion or Final Completion, in accordance with the Contract Documents, for which the foregoing Liquidated Damages amounts are set, and are not intended to, and do not, liquidate Design/Builder's liability under any other provision of this Agreement or for other events for which no liquidated damage amount is set. Liquidated Damages shall not liquidate Design/Builder's liability under the indemnification provisions of this Agreement. e. Design/Builder, in addition to reimbursing City for Liquidated Damages for untimely performance, shall reimburse City for all costs incurred by City to repair, restore, and/or complete the Work. All such costs shall be deducted from the monies otherwise due Design/Builder for performance of Work under this Agreement by means of unilateral credit or deductive Change Orders issued by City. ARTICLE 7 DESIGN/BUILDER'S COMPENSATION 7.1. Contract Price. In full consideration of the complete performance of the Work and all other obligations of the Design/Builder under the Contract Documents, City agrees to pay the Design/Builder the GMP amount stipulated herein in the amount of five million seven hundred and thirty thousand two hundred eighty four dollars and fifty six cents ($5,730,284.56), with a 10% owner's contingency for the project in the amount of five hundred seventy three thousand 47 twenty eight dollars and forty six cents ($573,028.46) for a total contract value of six million three hundred and three thousand three hundred thirteen dollars and one cent ($6,303,313.01) ("Contract Amount"). 7.2. Schedule of Values and Payments. The sum of all amounts in the Schedule of Values shall equal the Contract Price. The schedule of values shall have two separate professional service fees, one for the Design Phase (including permitting) and the other for the Construction Phase. The portion of the Contract Price allocated to Design Phase Work shall be paid based on Design/Builder's achievement of each of the completion Milestones for Design Documents and Construction Documents based on the 60%, 90% and 100% complete, or shall otherwise be paid in accordance with payment schedules approved by the Contract Administrator in accordance with the Contract Documents. Upon achievement of each such Milestone for Design Phase Work, Design/Builder shall submit an Application for Payment with appropriate back-up documentation in accordance with the requirements of Article 8. 7.3. No Adjustments to the Contract Price during the Design Phase. As the Construction Documents will not be finished at the time the Contract Price is established, the Design/Builder shall provide for in the Contract Price all development of the Construction Documents by the Consultant, consistent with the DCP and the Contract Documents and/or reasonably inferable therefrom. Such further development does not include Scope Changes pursuant to Article 11 which, along with any adjustment to the Contract Price as may be required, shall be incorporated by Change Order at the City's sole discretion. 7.4. No Compensation Prior to Notice to Proceed. Prior to the City's issuance of any Notice to Proceed, the Design/Builder shall not incur any cost to be reimbursed as part of the Project, except as the Contract Administrator may specifically authorize in writing. 7.5. City's Contingency. The City's Contingency is available at the sole discretion of the Contract Administrator to cover and/or defray additional expenses relative to design and construction of the Project not included in or reasonably inferable from the DCP or Design/Builder's scope of Work, or for additional changes or adjustments to Work items deemed desirable by the City to be included as part of the Contract Documents, or for additional costs expressly chargeable to the City or for which the City is responsible pursuant to the Contract Documents. a. Design/Builder shall have no entitlement whatsoever to any amounts in the City's Contingency, and City is under no obligation to assign any monies from the City's Contingency to the Design/Builder. Use of funds from City's Contingency shall be requested through the Change Order process in Article 11 and must be approved in writing by the Contract Administrator or City Manager prior to the prosecution of the related Work, through a Change Order. Failure to obtain such prior authorization in accordance with the Contract Documents shall be grounds for non-payment of any expenses incurred in connection with such unauthorized Work. b. Any unused amounts in the City's Contingency shall accrue solely to the City. Design/Builder shall have no entitlement what so ever to any unused Contingency amounts. 7.6. Design/Builder shall not be entitled to any compensation for the completion of all Work beyond the Contract Price stipulated herein, as may be adjusted pursuant to the Contract 48 Documents. Costs which would cause the Contract Price to be exceeded shall be paid by the Design/Builder without reimbursement by the City. 7.7. The total maximum contract amount shall be subject to such additions and deductions as may be provided in the Contract Documents. Retainage shall be withheld on the entire Contract Price in accordance with the provisions of Article 8. Partial and final payments shall be made in accordance with the provisions of the Contract Documents. ARTICLE 8 APPLICATIONS FOR PAYMENT 8.1. Applications for Payment. The Design/Builder shall deliver to the City on a monthly basis, and review with the City in person in order to obtain the City's approval, itemized Applications for Payments (each, an ,Application for Payment"). Each Application for Payment shall be submitted to the City and RPR immediately after the end of the expiration of the period (i.e., the month) (herein each called a "Payment Period") covered by such Application for Payment. The Schedule of Values shall be allocated to the various portions of the Work. Payment during the Construction Phase will be based upon percentage of Work completed for each item in the approved Schedule of Values. Applications for Payment shall be in a form and substance reasonably satisfactory to the City. The requirements of this Article 8 shall take precedence and control over any conflicting requirements in the Project Specifications or other Contract Documents. a. Form of Application: Projected Payment Schedule. The Design/Builder shall make each Application for Payment on a form approved by the City, which incorporates the approved Schedule of Values. Design/Builder shall provide at least three (3) hard copies of each Application for Payment, including supporting documentation, and one electronic copy in native and .pdf format. b. Supporting Documentation. Together with each Application for Payment, the Design/Builder shall submit the monthly progress report required by Section 3.9 to the City. Payment will be made on the basis of approved Applications for Payment certified by the Consultant and recommended for payment by the Resident Project Representative and/or the City and such supporting documentation as the City may reasonably require including, without limitation, any Design/Builder and Subcontractor lien waivers/releases of claims and consents of surety releasing the City from any and all present or future liability for payment which accrued or may accrue against the City on account of the Work that is the subject of the Application for Payment (conditioned only on payment); provided, however, such lien waivers from Subcontractors need only cover the immediately preceding Application for Payment period. Such supporting documentation will include, but shall not necessarily be limited to, the following: The Design/Builder's payroll records or certified copies thereof, pertinent to the Work for which payment is requested, if applicable to the Project pursuant to the terms of the RFP (i.e. to address federal grant requirements and the like) . The Design/Builder's payroll records shall contain the name, address and social security number of each employee, his or her correct classification, rate of pay, daily and weekly number of hours worked, itemized deductions made and actual wages paid, with hourly base rate, hourly fringe rate and hourly benefit rate clearly indicated. ii. An updated progress schedule acceptable to City as required by Article 6 of this Agreement; 49 iii. A list of Subcontractors that worked during the Application for Payment period; iv. A release of lien/claims from the Design/Builder in favor of the City, and releases of Liens/Claims from each Subcontractor in favor of the Design/Builder and the City, relative to the Work which was the subject of previous Applications for Payment v. A Consent of Surety relative to the Work which is the subject of the pending Application for Payment; vi. Aerials and photographs of the areas of Work for the period that is the subject of the pending Application for Payment, dated within its NATIVE DIGITAL/media format; vii. Verifiable evidence of updated as-built information for Work performed during the payment period in CAD format; viii. A LEED certification status report, if applicable, including documentation of compliance with specifications for Work items that have been designated as intended to support the City's application for LEED certification; and ix. Any other documentation requested by the Contract Administrator Project Coordinator RPR or any other City designee, to assist in the City's review of applications for payment, including, without limitation, cancelled checks for prior payment periods covered by prior Applications of payment if requested by Contract Administrator, Project Coordinator or any other City designee. Contract Administrator may elect to waive submission of any particular supporting document on a case-by-case basis if Design/Builder demonstrates extraordinary extenuating circumstances for being unable to provide the required documentation, and provided further that any such waiver in any specific instance shall not in any way constitute a waiver of the requirement to provide all supporting documentation in every other instance, including any other Application for Payment. c. Review Process. Pencil copy draft Applications for Payment shall be submitted to Design/Builder by Subcontractors and Sub-consultants on the 20th of each month. Design/Builder will review and have a draft pencil copy ready for City's and RPR's review and conduct each field walk ("Project Site Walk-through") with Consultant and/or Resident Project Representative as soon as possible thereafter. City, Resident Project Representative, and Consultant shall submit all final comments to Design/Builder within five (5) business days after the Project Site Walk-through /pencil copy review. Design/Builder will then submit completed, certified and corrected final edits with all backup to the City or the City's agent (the Resident Project Representative) no later than the first day of the following month. City acceptance of Applications for Payment will occur and will only be considered effective after all of the following have been completed; i) Application for Payment is certified by the Consultant; ii) Application for Payment is approved and/or certified by the Resident Project Representative; iii) all releases of liens/claims are properly notarized and submitted to the City; iv) all required supporting documentation in accordance with Section 8.1(b) of this Agreement and as may be otherwise required by the other Contract Documents, is submitted; and v) comments provided by City, Resident Project Representative, and Consultant from draft 50 review are satisfactorily addressed. Applications for Payment shall be subject to final approval by the City. Failure to furnish supporting evidence for amounts invoiced shall result in a reduction of the amount otherwise due to Design/Builder. Incomplete Applications for Payment will not be processed. Design/Builder must submit an Application for Payment once each Payment Period, with the exception of Applications for Payment for release of retainage only, which Design/Builder must submit separately from Applications for Payment for Work performed during a Payment Period. 8.2. Right to Withhold Payments. Notwithstanding any provision hereof to the contrary , the City may withhold payments to the Design/Builder in the following circumstances: a. In addition to the Performance Bond and Payment Bond and any other security or retainage then being held by the City, the City may withhold from any payment due or to become due to the Design/Builder, amounts sufficient to reimburse the City for its expenditures incurred or that may be incurred on account of the Design/Builder or to secure the following: correction or re-execution of Work which is defective or has not been performed in accordance with the Contract Documents and which the Design/Builder has failed to correct in accordance with the terms of this Agreement or any other Contract Documents; ii. past due payments owed to Subcontractors for which City has not been provided an appropriate release of lien/claim (whether or not the Work in question is the subject of any dispute; but provided, however, that the Contract Administrator, in his/her discretion, may decline to withhold such payments if Design/Builder demonstrates a good faith dispute with regard thereto and the Contract Administrator determines that it is in the City's best interests to make such payment. iii. the City's remedies arising from any failure to perform the Contract Documents' requirements or uncured Default of this Agreement by the Design/Builder; iv. damage to another contractor or third-party (including, without limitation, the property of any resident or business in the area surrounding the Project Site) which has not been remedied or, damage to City property which has not been remedied; v. liquidated damages; vi. failure of Design/Builder to provide any and all material documents required by the Contract Documents including, without limitation, the failure to maintain as- built drawings in a current and acceptable state; and vii. pending or imminent Claims of the City or others including, without limitation, Claims which are subject to Design/Builder's indemnity obligation under Article 14 hereof, for which the Design/Builder has not posted bonds or other additional security reasonably satisfactory to the City. Except as otherwise specifically provided in this Agreement, in no event shall any interest be due and payable by the City to the Design/Builder or any other party on any of the sums retained by the City pursuant to any of the terms or provisions of any of the Contract Documents. 51 8.3. NOT USED 8.4. Effect of Application. In presenting an Application for Payment to the City, the Design/Builder warrants that: a. Title to the Work, including all materials and equipment, covered by such Application for Payment will pass to the City, free and clear of any and all liens, claims, security interests or other encumbrances (for purposes of this Article 8, hereinafter referred to as "Liens"), either by incorporation in construction or upon receipt of payment by the Design/Builder, whichever occurs first, and such Work shall not give rise to any valid Claims against the Performance and Payment Bond furnished by the Design/Builder. The Design/Builder shall provide evidence demonstrating the above facts to the reasonable satisfaction of the City upon the City's request; b. No Work, or any materials or equipment constituting a portion of the Work, covered by such Application for Payment will have been acquired by the Design/Builder, or any other person performing work at the Project Site or furnishing materials or equipment for the Project, subject to an agreement under which a Lien is retained by the seller or otherwise imposed by the Design/Builder or such other person; c. The design and construction have progressed to the point indicated in the Application for Payment; the quality of the Work and any goods and materials covered by such Application for Payment are in accordance with the Contract Documents and Applicable Laws, codes, ordinances, rules and regulations of governmental authorities having jurisdiction over the Project; and the Design/Builder is entitled to payment in the amount requested; and d. The Design/Builder and its Consultant, Design Subconsultants and Subcontractors of any tier are not in breach of applicable conflict of interest provisions of state law with respect to this Agreement and have not been debarred from bidding on work by the State or the City. 8.5. Payments to Consultant, Design Subconsultants, and Subcontractors. No Application for Payment shall include any request for payment of amounts that the Design/Builder or the Consultant does not intend to pay to a Subcontractor or Design Subconsultant because of a dispute or for any other reason. The Design/Builder shall pay each Consultant and Subcontractor, except for payments already made directly by the Design/Builder, promptly out of the amount paid to the Design/Builder on account of such Consultants and/or Subcontractor's work, goods and/or materials, the amount to which said Consultant and/or Subcontractor is entitled in accordance with the terms of the Design/Builder's contract with such Consultant and/or Subcontractor. The Design/Builder shall, in its agreement with each Consultant and Subcontractor, require each Consultant and Subcontractor to make payments to its Design Subconsultants and Sub-subcontractors in similar manner. The City shall have the right to withhold from payments to the Design/Builder amounts that the City reasonably believes are owing to a Consultant and/or Subcontractor(from City's past payments) unless the Design/Builder explains the circumstances of such nonpayment to the reasonable satisfaction of the City. Notwithstanding the foregoing, the City shall have no obligation to pay or to be responsible in any way for payment to any Consultant, Design Subconsultant and/or Subcontractor. 52 8.6. Subcontractors' Rights/ No Mechanics' Liens. The rights of all persons supplying labor, materials and supplies, used directly or indirectly in the prosecution of the Work covered by the Contract Documents, are governed by the provisions of Section 255.05, Florida Statutes. Nothing in the Contract Documents shall be construed to confer any benefits or rights or to create any relationships whatsoever between the City and any Subcontractor, supplier, laborer or any other party except as same may be granted, conferred or created by Section 255.05 of the Florida Statutes. a. If any Subcontractor, supplier, materialman, or laborer, of any tier, or any other person files or provides notice of a Lien, demand or Claim relating to the Work, or any part thereof or any interest therein, or any improvements thereon, or against any monies due or to become due to the Design/Builder on account of any Work, labor, services, materials, machinery, equipment or other items performed or furnished for or in connection with the Work, the Design/Builder shall cause such Liens or Claims to be satisfied, released or discharged within thirty (30) days from the date of filing or notice thereof; provided, however, that the City may extend the thirty (30) day period if the Design/Builder demonstrates to the satisfaction of the City that such Lien or Claim cannot be so satisfied, released or discharged in such time period and that the Design/Builder is proceeding diligently to cause such Liens or Claims to be satisfied, released or discharged. The City will withhold the amount of the Lien or Claim from payments to be made to the Design/Builder, pending the satisfaction, release or discharge of the Lien or Claim, in accordance with all requirements of Florida law including, but not limited to, Sections 255.05 and 255.078, Florida Statutes. b. To the fullest extent permitted by law, the Design/Builder shall defend, indemnify and hold the City harmless against any and all Liens Claims, suits, judgments, costs or expenses, including reasonable attorneys' fees (including those of its in-house attorneys and outside counsel) arising from, by reason of, or in connection with any such Liens, Claims, suits or judgments. The City shall have the right, at its sole option, to participate in the defense or resolution of any such Liens or Claims, suits or judgments, without relieving the Design/Builder of its obligations hereunder or waiving any rights and remedies the City may have in connection therewith. 8.7. Retainage. The City shall withhold from each progress payment made to the Design/Builder retainage in the amount of ten percent (10%) of each such payment until fifty percent (50%) of the Work has been completed and certified by the Consultant, RPR and the City. The Work shall be considered 50% complete at the point at which the City has expended 50% of the Contract Price together with all costs associated with existing Change Orders or other additions or Amendments to the construction Work provided for in this Agreement. Thereafter, the City shall reduce to five percent (5%) the amount of retainage withheld from each subsequent progress payment made to the Design/Builder, until Substantial Completion as provided in Section 6.10 herein. Any reduction in retainage below five percent (5%) shall be at the sole discretion of the City after written request by Design/Builder. All requests for release of retainage shall be made in accordance with, and shall be subject to, the requirements of Section 255.078 of the Florida Statutes, as may be amended. Except as provided by law, the City shall have no obligation to release or disburse retainage until Substantial Completion of the Project. Any such request shall be made independently 53 of and separately from any Application for Payment or other document required by the Contract Documents. Upon receipt by the Design/Builder of a Certificate of Substantial Completion pursuant to Section 6.11 hereof, fully executed by the City establishing the Substantial Completion Date, and after completion of all items on the Substantial Completion Punch List and/or other incomplete Work, the Design/Builder may submit a payment request for all remaining retainage. It shall be the City's sole determination as to whether any of the items have been completed. For items deemed not to have been completed, the City may withhold retainage up to two times the total cost to complete such items. In the event that all or any of the Substantial Completion Punch List items have not been completed on or before the Final Completion Date, then City, in its sole discretion, may elect to complete some or all of such Substantial Completion Punch List items and apply the retainage held with respect thereto towards the costs of completion thereof; provided, however, in the event that such retainage amounts are not sufficient to complete the remaining Substantial Completion Punch List items, Design/Builder shall promptly pay to or reimburse the City for the amount of any deficiency. Any interest earned on retainage shall accrue to the benefit of City. City shall disburse the retainage amounts withheld upon the City's acceptance of the completion of the items for which they were withheld and, assuming that no other items or conditions have arisen with respect to the Work, including, without limitation, any defects or other noncompliance with the Contract Documents. 8.8. No Acceptance. No progress payment made by the City to Design/Builder shall constitute acceptance of any portion of the Work, any goods or materials provided under this Agreement or any portion thereof. No partial or entire use or occupancy of the Project by the City shall constitute an acceptance of any portion of the Work or the complete Project which is not in accordance with the Contract Documents. 8.9. Payment by the City. a. Approval of Applications for Payment. The City shall use good faith reasonable efforts to approve or reject (specifying, in the event of rejection, the reasons therefor) each Design/Builder's certified Application for Payment within fourteen (14) days after receipt thereof, or within such period of time as may be otherwise permitted by Fla. Stat. 218.735. If reasons for rejection apply only to a portion of such Application for Payment, only such portion shall be rejected. An Application for Payment or portion thereof that has been approved by the City is herein referred to as an "Approved Application for Payment." b. Frequency of Payments. In accordance with Section 218.735 of Florida Statutes, the City shall make, subject to the terms and conditions of this Agreement, progress payments for Approved Applications for Payment, less Retainage as herein provided for and/or withholding of any other amounts pursuant to the Contract Documents (including, without limitation, withholding of payment pursuant to Article 8 and any other provisions of the Contract Documents), and shall use good faith reasonable efforts to make such payments within the twenty-five (25) days after the applicable certified Application for Payment is marked as received, in accordance with Section 218.74(1) of the Florida Statutes. c. No Diversion. The Design/Builder agrees that monies received for the performance of this Agreement shall be used first for payment due for labor, material, and services for the Project and taxes thereon, and said monies shall not be diverted to satisfy 54 obligations of the Design/Builder on other contracts or accounts and/or in any manner which may constitute a violation of Florida Statute 713.345. 8.10. Release of Subcontractor Retainage. If a Subcontractor has completed its portion of the Work (including all Substantial Completion Punch List items relating to the Subcontractor's portion of the Work) pursuant to any given Subcontract, the Design/Builder may request the City to disburse the Retainage being held by the City in respect of such Subcontractor, after delivering to the City any necessary consent to such disbursement from any bond sureties in form reasonably satisfactory to the City. If the City is reasonably satisfied the Subcontractor's work has been completed in accordance with the Contract Documents and the City has received satisfactory final releases of lien with respect to the Subcontractor's work, the City may, at its sole discretion, disburse said portion of Retainage, provided that all other requirements of the Contract Documents are satisfied. Regardless of whether the City has disbursed said Retainage with respect to any Subcontractor, the twelve (12) month period referred to in Section 13.2 herein and as otherwise required by the Contract Documents shall not begin with respect to the portion of the Work performed by such Subcontractor until the Substantial Completion Date. 8.11. Maximum Reimbursement. Notwithstanding anything to the contrary set forth in the Contract Documents, in no event shall the Design/Builder be entitled to reimbursement from the City with respect to the Work for any amount that exceeds the Contract Price. 8.12. Final Progress Payment/Final Completion. At such time as all Work, including all Substantial Completion Punch List items, is complete in accordance with the Contract Documents and accepted by the City (except as provided in Section 13.2), the Design/Builder may apply for the Final Progress Payment in accordance with this Section. Upon receipt of written notice from Design/Builder that the Work is ready for final inspection and acceptance, Consultant. City and RPR shall, within ten (10) days, make an inspection thereof. If Consultant and Contract Administrator find the Work acceptable, the requisite documents set forth below have been submitted, the requirements of the Contract Documents have been fully satisfied, and all conditions of the permits and regulatory agencies have been met, a Final Certificate of Payment in the form set forth in Appendix "C" hereto shall be issued by Consultant, evidenced by its signature, certifying under oath that the requirements of the Contract Documents have been performed and the Work is ready for acceptance under the terms and conditions thereof. The City will pay the remaining amount of money due the Design/Builder under this Agreement, provided that the Design/Builder has submitted the following to the City: a. Consent of any bond sureties to such payment, in a form reasonably satisfactory to the City; b. Any other documentation establishing and evidencing payment or satisfaction of obligations including, but not limited to, receipts, releases and final waivers of lien from the Design/Builder and all Consultants, Design Subconsultants and Subcontractors, to the extent and in such form as may be reasonably required by the City; c. Final bill of materials, if applicable, and final invoice; d. Any and all manufacturers' warranties, guarantees, maintenance instructions, catalogs and other similar documentation; all such warranties and guarantees shall be in the name of the City and run to the benefit of the City; and 55 e. As required by the Contract Documents, a complete set of the "field set" of drawings in .pdf format, final "as-built" drawings, as specified in Article 3 stamped, signed and sealed and approved by the Consultant and the Design/Builder, together with the compact disc of such drawings and the final "as-built" critical path method schedule referenced in said Article 3. 8.13. Waiver of Claims. The release by the City and acceptance of the Final Progress Payment by Design/Builder shall operate as and shall be a release to the City from all present and future Claims or liabilities, of whatever kind or nature, arising under, relating to or in connection with this Agreement for anything done or furnished or relating to the Work or the Project, or from any act or omission of the City relating to or connected with the Contract Documents, the Work or the Project, except those Claims or liabilities, if any, for which the Design/Builder has provided the City with written notice pursuant to and in strict compliance with Article 15 herein and containing a detailed reservation of rights that identifies the precise nature of the dispute, all facts in support of Design/Builder's Claim, the particular scope of Work giving rise to the Claim, and the amount and/or time sought in connection with the Claim. ARTICLE 9 PROTECTION OF PERSONS AND PROPERTY 9.1. Project Site Safety. Notwithstanding anything contained to the contrary herein, as between the Design/Builder and the City, the Design/Builder has sole responsibility for safety throughout the term of this Agreement. The Design/Builder shall be solely responsible for initiating, maintaining and providing supervision of safety precautions and programs in connection with the Work, and shall also comply with any and all insurance carrier- mandated safety requirements and programs. The Parties acknowledge and agree the Design/Builder's responsibility for review, monitoring and coordination of the safety programs of Subcontractors shall not extend to direct control over execution of Subcontractors' safety programs. Each Subcontractor shall remain the controlling employer with respect to its portion of the Work and shall be responsible for the safety programs and precautions applicable thereto as well as the activities of others' work in areas designated to be controlled by such Subcontractor. 9.2. Security. The Design/Builder shall take any and all precautions that may be reasonably necessary to render all portions of the Work, the Project Site and any adjacent areas affected by the Work secure in every material respect, to decrease the likelihood of accidents from any cause, and to avoid vandalism and other contingencies which may delay the Work or give rise to any Claims or liabilities. The Design/ Builder shall furnish and install all necessary facilities to provide safe means of access to all points where Work is being performed. The Design/Builder shall take all precautions and measures as may be reasonably necessary to secure the Work and Project Site at all hours, including evenings, holidays and non-work hours. Such precautions may include but not be limited to, provision of security guards, locked gates or fences and/or installation of security cameras. 9.3. Severe Weather. During such periods of time as are designated by the United States Weather Bureau as being a tropical storm watch or warning or a hurricane watch or warning, the Design/Builder, at no cost to the City, shall take all precautions necessary to secure the Project 56 Site in response to all threatened storm events, regardless of whether the City has given notice of same. Compliance with any specific tropical storm or hurricane watch or warning precautions will not constitute additional Work including, without limitation, physically securing and/or removing on-site materials or equipment which may pose a hazard if left in the Project Site during a severe weather event. 9.4. Prevention of Damage or Injury. The Design/Builder shall take reasonable precautions for the safety of, and shall provide reasonable protection to prevent damage, injury or loss to a) persons performing the Work and other persons who may be affected thereby; b) the Work and materials, fixtures and equipment to be incorporated therein; and c) other property used in connection with the Work, whether or not located at or adjacent to the Project Site. Only such materials and equipment as are reasonably necessary or appropriate for the Work under this Agreement shall be placed or stored at the Project Site. If gasoline, flammable oils or other highly combustible materials are to be stored at the Project Site, they shall be stored in safety containers and placed in clearly marked safe areas. 9.5. Accidents. In case of accident, the Design/Builder shall immediately furnish the City with full data and all documents relative to such accident including, without limitation, any accident and/or incident report prepared in connection therewith. 9.6. Notices. In connection with the performance of the Work, the Design/Builder shall give notices and comply with all Applicable Laws, ordinances, rules, regulations and orders of Federal, State and local governmental authorities bearing on or pertaining to the safety of persons and property and their protection from damage, injury or loss. 9.7. Damage to Property at Project Site. The Design/Builder shall be liable for any and all damage or loss to property belonging to the City or others at the Project Site to the extent caused by the Design/Builder, any Consultant, Design Subconsultant, Subcontractor or anyone directly or indirectly employed by any of them, or anyone for whose acts they may otherwise be liable. The costs and expenses incurred by the Design/Builder under this Section 9.7 shall not be reimbursable by City and shall be borne by Design/Builder at its sole cost and expense. Nothing in the foregoing shall preclude the Design/Builder from paying such costs and expenses out of any insurance proceeds received by the Design/Builder under the policies of insurance maintained under this Agreement. 9.8. Damage to Others' Property. The Design/Builder shall exercise due care and take all precautions during prosecution of the Work including, but not limited to, construction or excavation, to avoid damage, as a result of the Design/Builder's and its Subcontractors' operations to existing sidewalks, curbs, streets, alleys, pavements, utilities, adjoining property, the work of Separate Contractors, and the property of the City and others. The Design/Builder shall repair any damage thereto caused by the Design/Builder's or its Subcontractors' operations. Design/Builder shall immediately report any damage caused to others' property to the Contract Administrator, provided, however, that the costs and expenses incurred by the Design/Builder under this Section 9.8 shall not be reimbursable by City and shall be borne by Design/Builder at its sole cost and expense. Nothing in the foregoing shall preclude the Design/Builder from paying such costs and expenses out of any insurance proceeds received by the Design/Builder under the policies of insurance maintained under this Agreement, provided that in no event shall the processing of any insurance claims in any way relieve, excuse or delay the Design/Builder from remediating, repairing, and/or otherwise completing all Work in accordance with the requirements of the 57 Contract Documents. In connection therewith, the City hereby waives all Claims against the Design/Builder for loss or damage to any of the City's properties which currently adjoin the Project Site, but only to the extent of the City's actual recovery of property insurance proceeds from its property insurers. If the Design/Builder fails to repair such damage, then after ten (10) days prior notice from the City to the Design/Builder, the City shall be entitled to repair such damages occurring to its property with its own forces or other contractors and to deduct from payments due or to become due to the Design/Builder amounts paid or incurred by the City, including overhead, in repairing such damages if, within the ten (10) day period after the City's delivery of such written notice to the Design/Builder, the Design/Builder has not commenced and diligently proceeded with any such repairs and/or completed such repairs if feasible within the ten (10) day period. 9.9. Utilities. Design/Builder shall be solely responsible for verifying location of utilities and for preserving all existing utilities within the Project Site limits and utilities otherwise affected by Design/Builder's Work, whether shown in the Contract Documents or not. If utility conflicts are encountered by Design/Builder during construction, Design/Builder shall re-design its proposed improvements, at its sole cost, to avoid utility conflicts, and/or provide sufficient notice to the owners of the utilities, and it shall be the sole responsibility of the Design/Builder to resolve any conflicts and make all necessary adjustments, at no additional cost to the City. However, if the utility owner causes an unreasonable delay and that delay meets the requirements for an Excusable Delay under Article 12.2 of this Agreement, Design/Builder will be entitled an extension of time in accordance with Article 12 of this Agreement. The Design/Builder shall not be entitled to rely on as accurate any information and/or documentation provided by the City which may identify locations of any utilities. Design/Builder shall independently confirm the location of all such utilities and any potential conflicts therewith. For additional details and/or references refer to Section 1.12 — Utility Locations, of the DCP. 9.10. Protection of the Work. Design/Builder shall protect the Work, including Work that is factory finished, during transportation, storage, during and after installation. Where applicable, and as required, Design/Builder shall close off spaces of areas where certain Work has been completed to protect it from any damage caused by others during their operations. Design/Builder shall store all materials related to the Work, and shall be responsible for and shall maintain partially or wholly finished Work through Substantial Completion of the Project. If any materials or part of the Work should be lost, damaged, or destroyed by any cause or means whatsoever, the Design/Builder shall satisfactorily repair and replace the same at Design/Builder's own cost. The Design/Builder shall maintain suitable and sufficient guards, if necessary, and barriers, and at night, suitable and sufficient lighting for the prevention of accidents and/or any damage to the Project Site and the Work. To all applicable areas where preparatory work activity is part of the Work, Design/Builder shall carefully examine surfaces over which finished Work is to be installed, laid or applied, before commencing with the Work. Design/Builder shall not proceed with said Work until defective surfaces on which Work is to be installed, laid or applied are corrected to the satisfaction of the Contract Administrator and /or RPR. Commencement of Work shall be considered acceptance by Design/Builder of surfaces and conditions. 9.11. No Interference. The Design/Builder covenants and agrees that it shall at all times perform the Work, and cause all Subcontractors and representatives of Design/Builder to perform the Work, so as to prevent interference with the residential areas adjacent to or near the Project Site, business operations of the City, members of the public and employees and other parties associated with adjacent businesses and/or operations, including, without limitation prevention of, the following types of interference: (a) fumes, odors, dust, debris, 58 noise, vibration and safety hazards; (b) obstructions of access and obstructions of traffic flow to or from any building, roadway, entryway, parking garage or parking lot in the vicinity of the Project Site, and (c) interruption in the availability and normal operation of water, sewer, electricity, gas, telephone, HVAC systems, computer systems and other utility services and systems relating to properties adjacent to and around the Project Site. The Design/Builder must plan ahead in detail, schedule accurately, anticipate problems, and communicate clearly in writing to the City in a timely manner its plans and intentions clearly in writing to the City in a timely manner to avoid creating any of the types of interference described in this Section. If any such interference does occur, the Design/Builder must act immediately to remedy the same. If any of the Design/Builder's construction or other activities interferes with or otherwise disrupts the City's operations, the Design/Builder shall, within 24 hours of notice from the City, remedy or otherwise correct the cause of such interference or disruption. In the case of an emergency, the Design/Builder shall promptly remedy or otherwise correct the cause of such interference or disruption upon receipt of any notice from the City. ARTICLE 10 BONDS AND INSURANCE 10.1. Project Insurance. The Design/Builder shall furnish to Department of Procurement Management, City of Miami Beach, 1755 Meridian Ave., 3rd Floor, Miami Beach, Florida 33139, Certificate(s) of Insurance which indicate that it has obtained all insurance coverage has been obtained which meets the requirements as described in Appendix "G" of this Agreement prior to commencing performance of the Work. At the request of the City, Design/Builder shall also provide copies of such insurance policies. 10.2. Performance Bond And Payment Bond. The Design/Builder shall, within ten (10) business days of the Contract Date, furnish and deliver to the City a payment bond and a performance bond, in a form to be provided by the City, issued by sureties licensed and authorized to do business in the State of Florida, covering the faithful performance and completion of this Agreement, including the performance and completion of those services provided by Design Consultants and Design Subconsultants, and Subcontractors of any tier and covering the payment of all obligations arising hereunder including but not limited to, the payment for all materials used in the performance of this Agreement and for all labor and services performed under this Agreement (including materials, labor and/or services provided by Design Consultants and Design Subconsultants and Subcontractors of any tier), whether by Subcontractors or otherwise. Each of the aforesaid bonds (collectively herein referred to as the "Performance Bond and Payment Bond") shall have a penal amount equal to the Contract Price, unless otherwise approved by the City and to the extent permitted by law. Each bond shall be increased in the amount of any change to the Contract Price. Each bond shall continue in effect for one (1) year after Final Completion of the Work. The Performance Bond and Payment Bond and the sureties issuing such bonds shall meet all the requirements of Appendix "G" and the Performance Bond and Payment Bond shall each be in the form set forth in Appendix "I" hereof, or shall otherwise be acceptable to the City in its reasonable discretion. If any of the sureties on the Performance Bond and Payment Bond at any time fails to meet said requirements, or is deemed to be insufficient security for the penalty of said bond, then the City may, on giving thirty (30) days' notice 59 thereof in writing, require the Design/Builder to furnish a new and/or additional bond(s) in the above amounts with such sureties thereon being licensed and authorized to do business in the State of Florida and as shall be satisfactory to the City. The Design/Builder shall pay all costs of compliance with this Article 10 as part of the Contract Price. ARTICLE 11 CHANGES IN THE WORK 11.1. Contract Amendments. The City, without invalidating this Agreement, may order changes in the Work within the general scope of the Contract Documents consisting of additions, deletions or other revisions, with the Contract Price and the Contract Time being adjusted accordingly. Amendments to the Contract Documents may be issued by the City on its own initiative or in response to a proposal by the Design/Builder. a. Changes in the Work may be accomplished after execution of this Agreement, and without invalidating this Agreement, by Change Order or Construction Change Directive. A Change Order shall be based upon agreement between the City and the Design/Builder; a Construction Change Directive may be issued by the City alone and may or may not be agreed to by the Design/Builder. Changes in the Work shall be performed under applicable provisions of the Contract Documents, and the Design/Builder shall proceed promptly, unless otherwise provided in the Change Order or Construction Change Directive. b. If City requests a change in the Work, it shall submit a change request to Design/Builder, in writing. Within seven (7) days of its receipt of any such request from the City, the Design/Builder shall submit a detailed proposal to the City stating (i) the proposed increase or decrease, if any, in the Contract Price which would result from such a change, (ii) the effect, if any, upon the Contract Time and/or achievement of any Milestone by reason of such proposed change, and (iii) all supporting data and documentation, including any requested by the City in its change request. c. If the Design/Builder proposes an increase or decrease in the Contract Price, such proposal must be accompanied by a detailed cost breakdown in relation to the Project Budget and sufficient substantiating data to permit evaluation by the City. If the Design/Builder does submit a proposal within the preceding seven (7) day time period, the City shall, within thirty (30) days following its receipt of such proposal, notify the Design/Builder as to whether the City agrees with such proposal and wishes to accept the Design/Builder's proposal. d. In the event the City agrees to accept the Design/Builder's proposal in relation to the City's request for a change in the Work, the Parties shall execute a Change Order, stating their agreement upon all of the following: i) in the scope of the change in the Work; ii) the amount of the adjustment in the Contract Price, if any; and (iii) the extent of the adjustment in the Substantial Completion Date and/or Milestone, if any. In addition to the circumstances described above, the Parties may enter into a Change Order to the extent otherwise expressly provided in this Agreement. The increase or decrease in the Contract Price resulting from a change in the Work shall be determined in one or more of the following ways: 1. by mutual acceptance of a lump sum properly itemized and supported by sufficient substantiating data to permit evaluation by the Contract Administrator and Resident Project Representative; 60 2. by unit prices if agreed upon; or 3. by time and materials cost and a mutually acceptable fixed or percentage fee for the Design/Builder. Design/Builder expressly acknowledges and agrees that it has sufficiently calculated and incorporated any and/or all overhead and profit into its cost proposal using any of the aforementioned methodologies. e. If none of the methods set forth above are agreed upon, the City may either (i) notify the Design/Builder that the City has decided not to proceed with the requested change; or (ii) issue a Change Order for the maximum amount and time agreed to by the City, with the difference subject to a reservation of rights by the Design/Builder. The cost of such Work shall then be determined on the basis of the reasonable expenditures and savings of those performing the Work attributed to the change, including a reasonable overhead and profit in accordance with this Article 11. The Project Coordinator, with the input of the Consultant and/or Resident Project Representative, will establish an estimated cost of the Work and the Design/Builder shall not perform any Work whose cost exceeds that estimate without prior written approval by the City. In such case, and also under Subsection 11.1(d) above, the Design/Builder shall keep and present, in such form as the City may prescribe, an itemized accounting together with appropriate supporting data of the increase in the Contract Price as outlined in Article 8. In such event, Design/Builder shall promptly proceed with the Work involved. f. If the City elects not to proceed with a change after reviewing the Design/Builder's proposal submitted in response to a change request by the City, the Design/Builder shall be reimbursed for costs reasonably incurred by it for design services or preparing proposed revisions to the Contract Documents in connection with such change request by only under the following circumstances: (i) such change is a material and substantial deviation from the scope of the Work and is not contemplated by or reasonably inferable from the Contract Documents; and (ii) the Design/Builder received written approval from the City in advance of incurring such design costs and the City approved the specific amount of design costs being sought for reimbursement, at the rates the City customarily pays for comparable design services. If the preceding conditions are satisfied, the Design/Builder shall be reimbursed for the specific design costs, as approved by the City for design services or preparing approved revisions to the Contract Documents at the rates the City customarily pays for comparable design services. In furtherance thereof, such rates must be set forth in documentation to be submitted and approved by the City in its reasonable discretion. g. If unit prices are included as part of any Change Order or are otherwise applicable pursuant to any of the Contract Documents, City shall pay to Design/Builder the amounts determined for the total number of each of the units of Work completed at the unit price stated in the Schedule of Prices Bid associated with such Work. The number of units contained in the bid is an estimate only, and final payment shall be made for the actual number of units incorporated in or made necessary by the Contract Documents, as may be amended by Change Order. If additional unit price work is ordered, then the Design/Builder shall perform the Work as directed and shall be paid for the actual quantity of such item(s) of Work performed at the appropriate original Schedule of Prices Bid associated with such Work. h. The Design/Builder's overhead and profit markup or fee for all Change Orders shall not exceed (i) ten percent (10%) of the net change in the Contract Price for Work performed by Design/Builder's own forces, or (ii) five (5%) of the net change in the Contract 61 Price for Work performed by Subcontractors and Suppliers. The overhead and profit markup or fee by Subcontractors and Suppliers for Change Orders shall be reasonable, but in no event shall the aggregate total amount of overhead and profit that each Subcontractor and all lower tier subcontractors and Suppliers can charge for Work performed pursuant to Change Orders and Construction Change Directives exceed seven and one-half percent (7.5%). For deductive Change Orders, including deductive Change Orders arising from both additive and deductive items, the deductive amounts shall include a proportionate corresponding reduction in the overhead and profit fee, as applicable to the Design/Builder, Subcontractors or Suppliers. Design/Builder shall furnish to the City all supporting documentation evidencing all of its proposed expenditures, demonstrating that the costs are necessary for the completion of the Project, and the reasons the amounts should be payable by the City. If Design/Builder disagrees with City's decision to deny a request for a Change Order and/or to utilize the City's Contingency, any such dispute may be resolved in accordance with the dispute resolution procedures set forth in Article 15. 11.2. Construction Change Directives. The Contract Administrator or RPR shall have the right to approve and issue Construction Change Directives setting forth written interpretations of the intent of the DCP or the Contract Documents (other than the Construction Documents) to Design/Builder and ordering minor changes in execution of the Work, provided the Construction Change Directive involves no change in the Contract Price or the Contract Time. 11.3. No Design/Builder Changes. The Design/Builder shall not initiate changes in the scope of the Work; it being acknowledged and agreed by the Design/Builder that the Work can be successfully completed within the Contract Price and by the Substantial Completion Date. 11.4. Claims Regarding Scope Changes. A "Scope Change" shall mean a material change in the Work which either (i) is not reasonably inferable from the Construction Documents and other Contract Documents, or (ii) is a substantial increase or decrease in the Work arising from any changes required to the Construction Documents by agencies having jurisdiction and which were not reasonably foreseeable. a. If the Design/Builder believes that any direction, action, comment or approval by the City or Consultant gives rise to or constitutes a Scope Change for which a Change Order may be required, but for which a Change Order has not yet been issued, the Design/Builder must submit notice to the City within ten (10) days of such direction, action, comment or approval which it believes constitutes a Scope Change that may require a Change Order, which shall constitute a Claim. b. Any such notice shall include the Design/Builder's good faith estimate as to the cost and schedule impact to the Design/Builder resulting from the direction, action, comment or approval. The Design/Builder must submit, in accordance with Article 15 of this Agreement, a final Claim to the City within thirty (30) days of such direction, action, comment or approval, which Claim shall include the actual cost (including a detailed cost breakdown in relation to the Project Budget and sufficient substantiating data to permit evaluation by the City) and schedule impact to the Design/Builder resulting from the direction, action, comment or approval. c. Such notice and final Claim are conditions precedent to any cost or schedule adjustment on the basis of such Claim and, if the Design/Builder does not submit such a notice within such ten (10) day period and a final Claim within such thirty (30) day period, 62 the Design/Builder shall be deemed to have waived its right to make such Claim in the future. If the Design/Builder follows the preceding notice and Claim procedures and the City agrees with the Claim, the Parties shall execute a Change Order implementing the changes requested in the Claim. If the City does not agree with such a Claim, the Parties shall resolve their disagreement is accordance with Section 15 of this Agreement. 11.5. Waiver of Claims. By executing a Change Order, the Design/Builder thereafter waives all Claims and the right to assert any further Claim for an increase in the Contract Price or an extension in the Substantial Completion Date or other Milestone or overall Contract Time based on the Work that is the subject of such Change Order; it being acknowledged and agreed by the Design/Builder that any such Change Order shall completely address any schedule or cost impact associated with the subject matter of the Claim. 11.6. Cost and Schedule. Notwithstanding anything to the contrary contained in this Agreement, the Contract Price, the Substantial Completion Date and any Milestone may only be adjusted by Change Order. 11.7 Change Order for Above-Ground Improvements Scope of Work. The Parties agree that the Contract Price and the Contract Time do not include the costs or time for completion associated with the construction of Above Ground Improvements, as the funding for the construction and installation of Above-Ground Improvements has not been identified or appropriated. Any funding for the construction of Above-Ground Improvements shall be subject to appropriation by the City Commission, in its sole and absolute discretion. Unless such funding is identified by the City Commission and the Above-Ground Improvements Work awarded to the Contractor pursuant to this Section, Contractor shall have no entitlement, and City shall have no obligation to Contractor, with respect to the Above- Ground Improvements. 11.6.1. Subject to and contingent upon City Commission appropriation of funding for the Above-Ground Improvements, the City Manager may award the construction of the Above-Ground Improvements Work to the Contractor via a Change Order, in the stipulated amount of $962,435.45with 10% owners contingency of $96,243.55 for the total amount of $1,058,679.00, with an associated 179 additional day extension to the time for Substantial Completion specified in Section 6.2. If the Change Order is awarded on or prior to May 1st 2018, Contractor shall complete the Above-Ground Improvements Work at the price (and time for completion) stipulated herein. 11.6.2. In awarding any such Change Order for the Above-Ground Improvements, the City Manager may exercise delegated authority to execute the Change Order, up to the total amount initially authorized by the City Commission in Resolution 2017-29837, without the need for separate City Commission approval of the Change Order. Alternatively, the City Manager may, at his discretion, seek City Commission approval of the Change Order. ARTICLE 12 NO DAMAGES FOR DELAY; EXTENSIONS TO THE CONTRACT TIME 12.1. No Damages for Delay. 63 a. No Damages for Delay. NO CLAIM FOR DAMAGES OR ANY CLAIM OTHER THAN FOR AN EXTENSION OF TIME SHALL BE MADE OR ASSERTED AGAINST CITY BY REASON OF ANY DELAYS including, without limitation, any Claim for an increase in the Contract Price, or payment or compensation to the Design/Builder (or its Consultant, Design Subconsultants and Subcontractors) of any kind for direct, indirect, consequential, impact, or other costs, expenses, lost profits, compensation, reimbursement or damages including, but not limited to, costs of acceleration or inefficiency arising because of delay, disruption, interference or hindrance from any cause whatsoever, whether such delay, disruption, interference, or hindrance be reasonable or unreasonable, foreseeable or unforeseeable, or avoidable or unavoidable, and irrespective of whether such delay constitutes an Excusable Delay and irrespective of whether such delay results in an extension of the Contract Time; provided, however, Design/Builder's hindrances or delays are not solely due to fraud, bad faith, willful, or intentional interference by the City in the performance of the Work, and then only where such acts continue after Design/Builder's written notice to the City of such alleged interference. b. Design/Builder acknowledges and agrees that Excusable Delay shall not be deemed to constitute willful or intentional interference with the Design/Builder's performance of the Work that they were the result of a deliberate act, without any reasonable and good- faith basis, and were specifically intended to disrupt the Design/Builder's performance of the Work. The City's attempts to facilitate or assist Design/Builder in performance of the Work shall in no way be construed, interpreted and/or be deemed to constitute willful or intentional interference with the Design/Builder's performance of the Work. c. Except as provided herein, Design/Builder hereby waives all other remedies at law or in equity that it might otherwise have against the City on account of any Excusable Delay and any and all other events that may, from time to time, delay the Design/Builder in the performance of the Work. Design/Builder acknowledges and agrees that, except as specified herein, all delays or events and their potential impacts on the performance by the Design/Builder are specifically contemplated and acknowledged by the Parties in entering into this Agreement and that Design/Builder's pricing of the Work and the determination of the Contract Price shall be expressly based on the Design/Builder's assumption of the risks thereof, and Design/Builder hereby waives any and all Claims it might have for any of the foregoing losses, costs, damages and expenses. 12.2. Extensions to the Contract Time. a. Excusable Delays. Except as set forth above, Design/Builder's sole remedy for Excusable Delay is an extension of the Contract Time for each day of critical path delay, but only if the pre-requisites and notice requirements of Subsection 12.4 below have been timely and properly satisfied. An Excusable Delay is one that (i) directly impacts critical path activity delineated in the Project Schedule and extends the time for completion of the Work; (ii) could not reasonably have been mitigated by Design/Builder, including by re-sequencing, reallocating, redeploying and/or increasing the amount of its forces to other portions of the Work; and (iii) is caused by Force Majeure (as defined in Subsection 12.c below) or other circumstances beyond the control and due to no fault of Design/Builder or its Subcontractors, material, persons, Suppliers, or Vendors ("Excusable Delay"). If two or more separate events of Excusable Delay are concurrent with each other, Design/Builder shall only be entitled to an extension of time for each day of such concurrent critical path delay, and Design/Builder shall not be entitled to double recovery thereon. For illustration purposes only, if two events of Excusable Delay are 64 concurrent for two days, Design/Builder shall only receive a time extension of a total of two days, and not four days. b. Inclement weather may be grounds for an Excusable Delay when rains or other inclement weather conditions result in Design/Builder being unable to work at least fifty percent (50%) of the normal work shift on controlling items of Work identified on the accepted updated progress schedule submitted pursuant to Article 3 of this Agreement. Time extensions for weather delays shall not be automatic and must be requested in accordance with the notice and other requirements of Article 12 hereof. No time extension for weather-related delays will be permitted until the Design/Builder demonstrates that the total number of days in any given month by which the Design/Builder has been delayed due to adverse weather conditions in accordance with this Section exceeds the number of days corresponding with each month below, as follows: JAN FEB MAR APR MAY JUN JUL AUG SEP OCT NOV DEC Days: 06 06 06 06 10 15 16 17 17 13 08 06 Time extensions in any given month shall only be allowable for adverse weather days in excess of the days corresponding for each respective month as set forth above. c. A Force Majeure event may be grounds for an Excusable Delay. A "Force Majeure" event is an event that (1) in fact causes a delay in the performance of a Party's obligations under the Contract Documents, and (2) is beyond the reasonable control of the Party incurring the delay, and (3) is not due to an intentional act, error, omission, or negligence of such Party, and (4) could not have reasonably been foreseen and prepared for by such Party at any time prior to the occurrence of the event. Subject to the foregoing criteria, Force Majeure may include events, without limitation, such as war, civil insurrection, riot, fires, epidemics, sabotage, explosions, embargo restrictions, quarantine restrictions, transportation accidents, strikes, floods, strong hurricanes or tornadoes, earthquakes, or other acts of God which prevent performance. Force Majeure shall not include technological impossibility, failure of equipment supplied by Design/Builder, receipt of and incorporation of defective materials into the Work, failure of Suppliers to deliver equipment and materials except where such failure is itself the result of a Force Majeure event, or failure of Design/Builder to secure the required permits for prosecution of the Work. If Design/Builder's performance of its obligation under the Contract Documents is prevented or delayed by an event believed by Design/Builder to be Force Majeure, Design/Builder shall immediately upon learning of the occurrence of the event or of the commencement of any such delay, but in no case exceeding the time period set forth in Subsection 12.4, provide written Notice to the City, (1) of the occurrence of the delay, (2) of the nature of the event and the cause thereof, (3) of the anticipated impact on the Work, (4) of the anticipated period of the delay, and (5) of what course of action Design/Builder plans to take in order to mitigate the detrimental effects of the event. Design/Builder's timely delivery to City of the Notice of the occurrence of a Force Majeure event is a strict condition precedent to allowance of an extension of time under this Section; however, receipt of such Notice by City shall not constitute acceptance that the event claimed to be a Force Majeure event is in fact Force Majeure. The burden of proof of the occurrence of a Force Majeure event shall be on Design/Builder. Failure to give such Notice promptly within such time limit and/or without the 65 information required as set forth herein may be deemed sufficient reason for denial by City of any extension of time. ii. The City shall not unreasonably withhold designation of an event as a Force Majeure event, in which case, Design/Builder shall be entitled to such extension of time for completing the Project as, in the opinion of the City, is reasonable and equitable. iii. The suspension of Design/Builder's performance of the Work due to a Force Majeure event shall be of no greater scope and no longer in duration than is absolutely required. Design/Builder shall use its reasonable best efforts to continue to perform its obligations hereunder to the extent such obligations are not affected or are only partially affected by the Force Majeure event, and to correct or cure the event or condition excusing performance and otherwise to remedy its inability to perform the Work to the extent its inability to perform is the direct result of the Force Majeure event. iv. Design/Builder's obligations that arose before the occurrence of a Force Majeure event causing the suspension of performance shall not be excused as a result of such occurrence unless such occurrence makes such performance not reasonably possible. The obligation to pay money in a timely manner for obligations and liabilities which matured prior to the occurrence of a Force Majeure event shall not be subject to the Force Majeure provisions. d. If an event of delay satisfying all requirements herein to constitute Excusable Delay directly arises from an act or omission of the City relating to its obligations under the Contract Documents, no such act or omission shall be deemed an Excusable Delay unless and until the Design/Builder shall have first provided the City with written notice setting forth a description of the specific acts or omissions adversely affecting the progress of the Work and the City shall have failed, within ten (10) business days after receipt of such written notice, to have responded in any way to the written Notice, (whether agreeing or disputing Design/Builder's claimed event of delay) or commenced to address or correct the act or omission described in the Design/Builder's notice; and provided further, if the City fails to correct such act or omission, the period of any such Excusable Delay shall be deemed to have commenced on the date the City received the aforesaid written notice from the Design/Builder. e. Any extension of time for Excusable Delay will depend upon the extent to which the delay affects the Project Schedule and will only extend the scheduled dates for the items of the Work so delayed and shall be net of any available "float" time included in the Project Schedule or Construction Schedule. Scheduled dates for other portions of the Work not so delayed will remain unchanged. Delays which do not affect the Critical Path of the Project Schedule will not entitle Design/Builder to an extension of time regardless of whether they may otherwise satisfy the other requirements for an Excusable Delay. f. Design/Builder's sole remedy for the occurrence of Excusable Delays shall be an extension of time for the activities on the Project Schedule, in accordance with Section 12.2(a) except as set forth in Section 12.1(a). In lieu of providing a time extension for an Excusable Delay, subject to City's approval at its sole discretion, City and Design/Builder may agree for Design/Builder to work on approved evening or Saturday shifts. However, nothing contained herein, shall require the City to agree or permit or require Design/Builder to work on any evening and/or Saturday shifts and the failure to grant such permission shall not, in any way, excuse the Design/Builder from timely performing the Work in accordance with the approved Project Schedule. 66 12.3 Inexcusable Delays. "Inexcusable Delay" shall mean any delays not included within the definition of Excusable Delay as set forth above including, without limitation, any delay which extends the completion of the Work or portion of the Work beyond the time specified in the Project Schedule including, without limitation, the Substantial Completion Date and any Milestone and which is caused by the act, fault, inaction or omission of the Design/Builder or any Consultant, Design Subconsultant, Subcontractor, Supplier or other party for whom the Design/Builder is responsible; any delay that could have been limited or avoided by Design/Builder's timely notice to the City of such delay; or any delay in obtaining licenses, permits or inspections that are the responsibility of the Design/Builder or its Consultant, Design Subconsultant, Subcontractors, Suppliers or any other party for whom the Design/Builder is responsible. An Inexcusable Delay shall not be cause for granting an extension of time to complete any Work or any compensation whatsoever, and shall subject the Design/Builder to damages in accordance with the Contract Documents. In no event shall the Design/Builder be excused for interim delays which do not extend the Project Schedule, including the Substantial Completion Date, or any Milestones. 12.4. Prerequisites and Notice Requirements for Extensions of Time. Except as provided in Article 11 with respect to Changes in the Work, an extension of the Contract Time will only be granted by the City under the following circumstances: (a) if a delay occurs as a result of an Excusable Delay, and (b) the Design/Builder has complied with each of the following requirements below to the reasonable satisfaction of the City: a. Design/Builder shall provide written notice to the City of any event of delay or potential delay within two (2) business days of the commencement of the event giving rise to the request. The Design/Builder, within ten (10) days of the date upon which the Design/Builder has knowledge of the delay, shall notify the City, in writing, of the cause of the delay, stating the approximate number of days the Design/Builder expects to be delayed, and must make a request for an extension of time, if applicable, to the City, in writing, within ten (10) days after the cessation of the event causing the delay, specifying the number of days the Design/Builder believes that its activities were in fact delayed by the cause(s) described in its initial notice. b. The Design/Builder must show to the reasonable satisfaction of the City that the activity claimed to have been delayed was in fact delayed by the stated cause of delay, that the critical path of the Work was materially affected by the delay, that the delay in such activity was not concurrent with any Inexcusable Delay, and that the delay in such activity will result in a delay of the Substantial Completion Date in the Project Schedule or any other Milestone. c. The initial notice provided by the Design/Builder under Subsection (a) above shall provide an estimated number of days the Design/Builder believes it will be delayed and describe the efforts of the Design/Builder that have been or are going to be undertaken to overcome or remove the Excusable Delay and to minimize the potential adverse effect on the cost and time for performance of the Work resulting from such Excusable Delay. The mere written notice of an event of delay or potential delay, without all of the aforementioned required information, is insufficient and will not toll the time period in which the Design/Builder must provide proper written notice under this Article. d. Design//Builder's strict compliance with this Section is a condition precedent to receipt of an extension of the Contract Time. Failure of the Design/Builder to comply with all requirements as to any particular event of delay, including the requirements of this 67 Section, shall be deemed conclusively to constitute a waiver, abandonment or relinquishment of any entitlement to an extension of time and all Claims resulting from that particular event of Project delay. Once the Parties have mutually agreed as to the adjustment in the Contract Time due to an Excusable Delay if any, they shall enter into a Change Order documenting the same. e. If the City and Design/Builder cannot resolve a request for time extension made properly and timely under this Section within sixty (60) days following submission, the Design/Builder may re-submit the request as a Claim in accordance with the procedures set forth in Article 15 of this Agreement. f. Design/Builder's Duty. Notwithstanding the provisions of this Agreement allowing the Design/Builder to claim delay due to Excusable Delay, whenever an Excusable Delay shall occur, the Design/Builder shall use all reasonable efforts to overcome or remove any such Excusable Delay, and shall provide the City with written notice of the Design/Builder's recommendations on how best to minimize any adverse effect on the time for performing the Work resulting from such Excusable Delay. In furtherance of the foregoing, whenever there shall be any Excusable Delay, the Design/Builder shall use all reasonable efforts to adjust the Project scheduling and the sequencing and timing of the performance of the Work in a manner that will avoid, to the extent reasonably practicable, any Excusable Delay giving rise to an actual extension in the time for performance of the Work. ARTICLE 13 CORRECTION OF WORK 13.1. Correction of Work Prior to Completion. Prior to the Substantial Completion Date, the Design/Builder shall, at the earliest practical opportunity, correct Work (including any drawings, plans, specifications, items of construction or fabrication, or any other product constituting a part of or component of the Work) (i) which the City, RPR and/or Consultant reasonably rejects as defective or nonconforming to the Contract Documents (whether arising from a design or construction defect, error, omission or deficiency) in a written notice delivered to the Design/Builder at any time, or (ii) which is otherwise known by the Design/Builder or any Consultant, Design Subconsultant, Subcontractor or Supplier to be defective or nonconforming to the Contract Documents. If other portions of the Work are adversely affected by, or are damaged by, such defective Work, the Design/Builder shall, at the earliest practical opportunity, correct, repair or replace such affected or damaged Work as well as any other property of the City damaged by such defective or nonconforming Work, whether or not such Work is fabricated, installed or completed. The cost of correcting any such Work shall not be reimbursable by the City and shall be borne by the Design/Builder at its sole cost and expense. Nothing in the foregoing shall preclude the Design/Builder from paying such costs and expenses from any insurance proceeds received by the Design/Builder under the insurance maintained under this Agreement. 13.2. Correction of Work after Substantial Completion. For a period of twelve (12) months from the Substantial Completion Date, the Design/Builder shall, promptly after receipt of notice from the City, and at its sole cost and expense, including the cost and expense of additional architectural, engineering and other professional services and inspection and testing services, re-execute, correct, repair and replace all Work found to be defective or nonconforming to the Contract Documents (whether arising from a design or construction defect, error, omission or deficiency) and all portions of the Work adversely affected by or damaged by such defective or 68 nonconforming Work and all other property of the City which is damaged by such defective or nonconforming Work.,. The Parties understand and agree that the preceding language shall in no way limit the City's right or ability to recover from the Design/Builder for defective or nonconforming Work, or errors or omissions, to the extent such defective or non-conforming Work, errors or omissions constitute a breach of the Contract Documents, or otherwise constitutes the negligent performance of the Work or the obligations of the Design/Builder hereunder. The Design/Builder shall use its best efforts to remedy any of the foregoing matters so as to minimize revenue loss to the City and to avoid disruption of the City's operations at, or adjacent to, the Project Site. Design/Builder shall initiate and diligently pursue corrective action within seven (7) days after receipt of notice from the City, unless such matters involve life safety issues, in which case Design/Builder shall immediately initiate all corrective actions as may be necessary. All such corrective work must be completed within thirty (30) days of receipt of notice from the City. In the event of a reoccurrence of defective or nonconforming Work, the City may require replacement of the Work, at Design/Builder's sole cost and expense, if any prior correction action was insufficient. If Design/Builder undertakes any corrective action to repair or replace any defective or nonconforming Work, and such Work is subsequently found to be defective or nonconforming, the City may undertake the repair and perform the Work at Design/Builder's sole cost and expense. 13.3. No Limitation. Nothing contained in Section 13.2 of this Agreement shall be construed to establish a period of limitation with respect to other obligations of the Design/Builder under the Contract Documents, nor shall any such provisions be construed to establish a period of limitation with respect to the City's rights and remedies in the event of the discovery of any defects in the Work whether or not such defects are discussed before the 12 month period following the Substantial Completion Date. The preceding Section 13.2 relates only to the specific obligation of the Design/Builder to personally correct the Work, and has no relationship to the time within which the obligation to comply with the Contract Documents may be sought to be enforced against the Design/Builder, nor to the time within which proceedings may be commenced to establish the Design/Builder's liability with respect to the Design/Builder's obligations or recover damages in connection therewith. 13.4. City's Right to Stop Work. If, prior to the Substantial Completion Date, the Design/Builder persistently fails to correct defective Work as and when required hereunder, or persistently or materially fails to carry out the Work in accordance with the Contract Documents, the City may deliver a notice to the Design/Builder's Project Manager setting forth that such a persistent or material failure is occurring and has occurred, and demanding that the Design/Builder commence to cure such persistent or material failure within fourteen (14) days and diligently pursue such cure thereafter. In the event that the cure is not commenced and pursued to the reasonable satisfaction of the City within such 14-day period, the City may, by written directive or consent of the Contract Administrator, order the Design/Builder to stop the Work, or the portion of the Work to which such notice relates, until the cause for such order has been eliminated; provided, however, the City's right to stop the Work shall not have given rise to a duty on the part of the City to exercise the right for the benefit of the Design/Builder or other persons or entities and shall not give rise to any liability of the City to the Design/Builder resulting from delay. The Design/Builder shall not have any Claim for an increase in the Contract Price or a change in the Project Schedule due to stoppage in the Work or restarting the Work pursuant to this Section. 13.5. City's Right to Correct Deficiencies. If, prior to the Substantial Completion Date, the Design/Builder fails, within seven (7) days after receipt of a written notice of deficiency from 69 the City, to commence and continue correction of any defective or nonconforming Work, or to correct any other non-compliance with the Contract Documents ("Notice of Deficiency"), with diligence and promptness to the satisfaction of the City, without prejudice to any other remedies the City may have, including declaring the Design/Builder in Default, and with or without terminating this Agreement in whole or in part, the City may correct such deficiencies, and deduct an amount equal to the expenditures incurred by the City in so doing from amounts due or to become due to the Design/Builder. If the payments then or thereafter due to the Design/Builder are not sufficient to cover the amount of the expenditures incurred by the City which are subject to deduction or Final Payment to Design/Builder has been made, upon demand, the Design/Builder shall pay the difference to the City. ARTICLE 14 INDEMNIFICATION 14.1. In consideration of the sum of Twenty-Five Dollars ($25.00) and other good and valuable consideration, the sufficiency of which the Design/Builder hereby acknowledges, to the fullest extent permitted by law, Design/Builder shall, indemnify and save harmless City and Design Criteria Professional and its officers and employees, from liabilities, damages, losses and costs including, but not limited to, reasonable attorney's fees, to the extent caused by the negligence, recklessness, or intentional wrongful misconduct of Design/Builder and persons employed or utilized by Design/Builder in the performance of this Agreement. 14.2. Sums otherwise due to Design/Builder under this Agreement may be retained by City until all of City's Claims for indemnification under this Agreement have been settled or otherwise resolved. Any amount withheld pursuant to this Section 14.3 or otherwise under Section 14 shall not be subject to payment of interest by City. 14.3. The execution of this Agreement by Design/Builder shall operate as an express acknowledgment that the indemnification obligation is part of the bid documents and/or Contract Documents for the Project and the monetary limitation on indemnification in this Section 14 bears a reasonable commercial relationship to the Agreement. 14.4. Nothing in this Section 14 is intended, or should be construed, to negate, abridge or otherwise reduce the other rights and obligations of indemnity that may otherwise exist as to a party described in Section 14.1. 14.5. Nothing in this Section 14 is intended to create in the public or any member thereof, a third party beneficiary hereunder, or to authorize anyone not a party to this Agreement, to maintain a suit for personal injuries or property damage pursuant to the terms or provisions of this Agreement. 14.6. The indemnification obligations set forth in this Section 14 shall survive the termination and/or expiration of this Agreement. ARTICLE 15 CLAIMS, DISPUTE AVOIDANCE AND RESOLUTION 15.1. Claims. 70 a. Claims must be initiated by written notice and, unless otherwise specified in Section 11.8 or otherwise in this Agreement, submitted to the other party within twenty-one (21) days of the event giving rise to such Claim or within 21 days after the claimant reasonably should have recognized the event or condition giving rise to the Claim, whichever is later. Such Claim shall include sufficient information to advise the other party of the circumstances giving rise to the Claim, the specific contractual adjustment or relief requested including, without limitation, the amounts and number of days of delay sought, and the basis of such request. The Claim must include all job records and other documentation supporting entitlement, the amounts and time sought. In the event additional time is sought, the Design/Builder shall include a time impact analysis to support such Claim. The City shall be entitled to request additional job records or documentation to evaluate the Claim. The Claim shall also include the Design/Builder's written notarized certification of the Claim in accordance with the False Claims Ordinance, Sections 70-300 et seq., of the City Code. b. Claims not timely made or otherwise not submitted in strict accordance with the requirements of this Section 15 or other Contract Documents shall be deemed conclusively waived, the satisfaction of which shall be conditions precedent to entitlement. Design/Builder assumes all risks for the following items, none of which shall be the subject of any Change Order or Claim and none of which shall be compensated for except as they may have been included in the Design/Builder's Contract Price as provided in the Contract Documents: Loss of any anticipated profits, loss of bonding capacity or capability losses, loss of business opportunities, loss of productivity on this or any other project, loss of interest income on funds not paid, inefficiencies, costs to prepare a bid, cost to prepare a quote for a change in the Work, costs to prepare, negotiate or prosecute Claims, and loss of projects not bid upon, or any other indirect and consequential costs not listed herein. No compensation shall be made for loss of anticipated profits from any deleted Work. 15.2. Dispute Avoidance and Resolution. a. Claims shall first be submitted to the City for initial recommendation for determination by the City at the time and in the manner specified in Section 15.1 herein unless otherwise specified in this Agreement or other Contract Documents. The City shall render an initial recommendation for determination of such Claim, in writing, as soon as practicable, but not later than forty-five (45) days of receipt of such Claim, unless the parties mutually stipulate otherwise in writing or other circumstances warrant a time extension as determined by the City. Failure to render a written decision within the 45 days, or a later date if stipulated by the parties, shall be considered a denial of the Claim submitted by the claimant. b. In order to preserve for review an initial recommendation for determination of the City at mediation and/or by a court of competent jurisdiction (as applicable), then the party seeking review shall notify the other party in writing within fifteen (15) days of such recommendation by the City or, if no recommendation, within 15 days of when the Claim is denied as a result of inaction by the City. Failure to timely preserve review of the City's written recommendation or denial by inaction shall constitute a waiver of such Claim or entitlement to such objection and the recommendation of the City (whether by affirmative written recommendation or denial by inaction) shall be deemed final and binding, but subject to mediation and litigation (as applicable). c. If the City agrees to pay a portion of the Claim, the Design/Builder may reserve the remaining portion of the Claim by executing a conditional release in a Change Order, which 71 states the remaining amount and time sought and identifies the particular scope of Work to which the reservation applies. Unspecified amounts or time claimed will not preserve a Claim or right to a Claim. Each such Change Order shall contain a release and waiver of all Claims as of the date the Design/Builder executes the Change Order, except as specifically included in a reservation of Claims within the Change Order. The reservation of Claims shall, as to each reserved individual Claim, state the amount and time sought in the Claim and identify the scope of Work giving rise to the Claim. Any Claim not included in the reservation of Claims or that fails to specify the amount and/or time sought are deemed waived and abandoned. d. In the event any Claims which have been timely preserved remain unresolved by Substantial Completion, then the parties shall participate in mediation within sixty (60) days, unless the City terminates the Agreement, which shall render such mediation moot. If the City determines, at its sole and absolute discretion, that it would be beneficial to mediate any particular Claims at any time prior to Substantial Completion, then any such Claims shall be submitted to mediation at the City's election. The parties shall mutually agree to the selection of a mediator, and mediation, which shall be confidential in the same manner as Court-ordered mediation, shall take place within the 60-day post-Substantial Completion time period, unless both parties mutually agree otherwise. The parties shall split the mediator's fees equally. Participation in mediation shall be a condition precedent to filing suit in a court of competent jurisdiction unless otherwise excused by the terms of this Article 15 or stipulated by both parties in writing. e. In the event of a dispute arising after Substantial Completion, Final Progress Payment or Final Completion, mediation is encouraged but is not a condition precedent to litigation. 15.3. Duty to Continue Performance. Pending resolution of any dispute, the Design/Builder shall proceed and shall cause its Subcontractors to proceed diligently with the performance of its duties and obligations under the Contract Documents and the City shall continue to make payments of undisputed amounts in accordance with the Contract Documents. The failure of the Design/Builder to continue prosecution of the Work in the event of a pending dispute shall be deemed a Default pursuant to Section 16.2 of this Agreement. 15.4. Final Dispute Resolution. In the event of a dispute arising after Final Progress Payment or Final Completion, or a dispute which arose prior to Substantial Completion, has been preserved and which was not successfully resolved at mediation, a court of competent jurisdiction in Miami-Dade County shall hear such disputes. The parties hereby waive a trial by jury, which requirement shall be included in each and every Subcontract, sub-consulting agreement and purchase order that Design/Builder executes, in connection with its Work on the Project. ARTICLE 16 TERMINATION 16.1. Termination for Convenience. In addition to other rights the City may have at law and pursuant to the Contract Documents with respect to cancellation and termination of the Agreement, the City may, in its sole discretion, terminate for the City's convenience the performance of Work under this Agreement, in whole or in part, at any time upon written notice to the Design/Builder. The City shall effectuate such Termination for Convenience by delivering to the Design/Builder a Notice of Termination for Convenience, specifying the applicable scope and effective date of termination, which termination shall be deemed 72 operative as of the effective date specified therein without any further written notices from the City required. Such Termination for Convenience shall not be deemed a breach of the Agreement, and may be issued by the City with or without cause. a. Upon receipt of such Notice of Termination for Convenience from the City, and except as otherwise directed by the City, the Design/Builder shall immediately proceed with the following obligations, regardless of any delay in determining or adjusting any amounts due under this Section 16.1: Stop the Work specified as terminated in the Notice of Termination for Convenience; ii. Promptly notify all Subcontractors of such termination, cancel all contracts and purchase orders to the extent they relate to the Work terminated to the fullest extent possible and take such other actions as are necessary to minimize demobilization and termination costs for such cancellations; iii. Immediately deliver to the City all Design Materials as defined in Section 22.10 hereof, in their original/native electronic format (i.e. CAD, Word, Excel, etc.), any and all other unfinished documents, and any and all warranties and guaranties for Work, equipment or materials already installed or purchased. The Design/Builder acknowledges and agrees that all amounts previously paid to the Design/Builder with respect to the creation and preparation of Design Materials in approved Applications for Payment, along with the final payment for the Design Materials, to be based on the percent completion of the Design Materials, shall include the consideration to Design/Builder for City's ownership and receipt of Design Materials, with final payment for Design Materials shall be provided after receipt of Design Materials; iv. If specifically directed by the City in writing, assign to the City all right, title and interest of Design/Builder under any contract, subcontract and/or purchase order, in which case the City shall have the right and obligation to settle or to pay any outstanding claims arising from said contracts, subcontracts or purchase orders; v. Place no further subcontracts or purchase orders for materials, services, or facilities, except as necessary to complete the portion of the Work not terminated (if any) under the Notice of Termination for Convenience; vi. As directed by the City, transfer title and deliver to the City (1) the fabricated and non-fabricated parts, Work in progress, completed Work, supplies and other material produced or required for the Work terminated; and (2) the completed or partially completed Project records that, if this Agreement had been completed, would be required to be furnished to the City; vii. Settle all outstanding liabilities and termination settlement proposals from the termination of any subcontracts or purchase orders, with the prior approval or ratification to the extent required by the City (if any); viii. Take any action that may be necessary, or that the City may direct, for the protection and preservation of the Project Site, including life safety and any property related to this Agreement that is in the Design/Builder's possession and in which the City has or may acquire an interest; and 73 ix. Complete performance of the Work not terminated (if any). b. Upon issuance of such Notice of Termination for Convenience, the Design/Builder shall only be entitled to payment for the Work satisfactorily performed up until the date of its receipt of such Notice of Termination for Convenience, but no later than the effective date specified therein. Payment for the Work satisfactorily performed shall be determined by the City in good faith, in accordance with the percent completion of the Design Materials less all amounts previously paid to the Design/Builder with respect to the creation and preparation of Design Materials in approved Applications for Payment, the reasonable costs of demobilization and reasonable costs, if any, for canceling contracts and purchase orders with Subcontractors to the extent such costs are not reasonably avoidable by the Design/Builder. Design/Builder shall submit, for the City's review and consideration, a final termination payment proposal with substantiating documentation, including an updated Schedule of Values, within 30 days of the effective date of termination, unless extended in writing by the City upon request. Such termination amount shall be mutually agreed upon by the City and the Design/Builder and absent such agreement, the City shall, no less than fifteen (15) days prior to making final payment, provide the Design/Builder with written notice of the amount the City intends to pay to the Design/Builder. Such final payment so made to the Design/Builder shall be in full and final settlement for Work performed under this Agreement, except to the extent the Design/Builder disputes such amount in a written notice delivered to and received by the City prior to Design/Builder accepting such final payment. 16.2. Event of Default. The following shall each be considered an item of Default. If, after delivery of written notice from the City to Design/Builder specifying such Default, and following the City's issuance of a Notice of Deficiency and expiration of the cure period pursuant to Section 16.2(m) of this Agreement, the Design/Builder fails to promptly commence and thereafter complete the curing of such Default within a reasonable period of time, not to exceed thirty (30) days, after the delivery of such Notice of Default, it shall be deemed an Event of Default, which constitutes sufficient grounds for the City to terminate Design/Builder for cause: a. Failing to perform design services or any other portion of the Work in a manner consistent with the requirements of the Contract Documents or within the time required therein; or failing to use the, Subcontractors, entities and personnel as identified and set forth, and to the degree specified, in the Contract Documents, subject to substitutions approved by the City in accordance with this Agreement and the other Contract Documents; b. Failing, for reasons other than an Excusable Event of Delay, to begin the Work required promptly following the issuance of a Notice to Proceed; c. Failing to perform the Work with sufficient manpower, workmen and equipment or with sufficient materials, with the effect of delaying the prosecution of the Work in accordance with the Project Schedule and/or delaying completion of any of the Project within the specified time; d. Failing, for reasons other than an Excusable Event of Delay, to timely complete the Project within the specified time; 74 e. Failing and/or refusing to remove, repair and/or replace any portion of the Work as may be rejected as defective or nonconforming with the terms and conditions of the Contract Documents; f. Discontinuing the prosecution of the Work, except in the event of: 1) the issuance of a stop-work order by the City; or 2) the inability of the Design/Builder to prosecute the Work because of an event giving rise to an Excusable Event of Delay as set forth in this Agreement for which Design/Builder has provided written notice of same in accordance with the Contract Documents; g. Failing to provide sufficient evidence upon request that, in the City's sole opinion, demonstrates the Design/Builder's financial ability to complete the Project; h. An indictment is issued against the Design/Builder; Failing to make payments to for materials or labor in accordance with the respective agreements; j. Persistently disregarding laws, ordinances, or rules, regulations or orders of a public authority having jurisdiction; k. Fraud, misrepresentation or material misstatement by Design/Builder in the course of obtaining this Agreement; Failing to comply in any material respect with any of the terms of this Agreement or the Contract Documents. m. Prior to issuing any notice of Default to the Design/Builder, City shall first issue to the Design/Builder a written notice of deficiency, briefly specifying the nature of the Design/Builder's non-compliance with the Contract Documents, and providing the Design/Builder seven (7) business days to cure the deficiency or other non-compliance ("Notice of Deficiency"). If the Design//Builder fails to successfully cure the deficiency within the applicable time period, City shall thereafter issue a written notice of Default pursuant to this Section 16.2. In no event shall the time period for curing a Default constitute an extension of the Substantial Completion Date or a waiver of any of the City's rights or remedies hereunder for a Default which is not cured as aforesaid. 16.3. Termination of Agreement for Cause. a. The City may terminate the Design/Builder for cause upon the occurrence of an Event of Default as defined in Section 16.2, or for any other breach of the Agreement or other Contract Documents by the Design/Builder that the City, in its sole opinion, deems substantial and material, following written notice to the Design/Builder and the failure to timely and properly cure to the satisfaction of the City in the time period set forth in Section 16.2, or as otherwise specified in the Notice of Default. b. Upon the occurrence of an Event of Default, and without any prejudice to any other rights or remedies of the City, whether provided by this Agreement, the other Contract Documents or as otherwise provided at law or in equity, the City may issue a Notice of 75 Termination for Cause to Design/Builder, copied to the Surety, rendering termination effective immediately, and may take any of the following actions, subject to any prior rights of the Surety: Take possession of the Project site and of all materials, equipment, tools, construction equipment and machinery thereon owned by Design/Builder; ii. Accept assignments of subcontracts; iii. Direct Design/Builder to transfer title and deliver to the City (1) the fabricated and non-fabricated parts, Work in progress, completed Work, supplies and other material produced or required for the Work terminated; and (2) the completed or partially completed Project records that, if this Agreement had been completed, would be required to be furnished to the City; and iv. Finish the Work by whatever reasonable method the City may deem expedient. c. Upon the issuance of a Notice of Termination for Cause, the Design/Builder shall: Immediately deliver to the City all Design Materials as defined in Section 22.10 hereof, in their original/native electronic format (i.e. CAD, Word, Excel, etc.), any and all other unfinished documents, and any and all warranties and guaranties for Work, equipment or materials already installed or purchased; ii. If specifically directed by the City in writing, assign to the City all right, title and interest of Design/Builder under any contract, subcontract and/or purchase order, in which case the City shall have the right and obligation to settle or to pay any outstanding claims arising from said contracts, subcontracts or purchase orders; iii. As directed by the City, transfer title and deliver to the City (1) the fabricated and non-fabricated parts, Work in progress, completed Work, supplies and other material produced or required for the Work terminated; and (2) the completed or partially completed Project records that, if this Agreement had been completed, would be required to be furnished to the City; and iv. Take any action that may be necessary, or that the City may direct, for the protection and preservation of the Project Site, including life safety and property related to this Agreement that is in the Design/Builder's possession and in which the City has or may acquire an interest. d. The rights and remedies of the City under Article 16 shall apply to all Defaults are non-curable in nature (including, without limitation, a breach of Section 22.23 of this Agreement), or that fail to be cured within the applicable cure period or are cured but in an untimely manner, and the City shall not be obligated to accept such late cure. 16.4. Recourse to Performance and Payment Bond; Other Remedies. a. Upon the occurrence of an Event of Default, and irrespective of whether the City has terminated the Design/Builder, the City may (i) make demand upon the Surety to perform its obligations under the Performance and Payment Bond, including completion of the Work, without requiring any further agreement (including, without limitation, not 76 requiring any takeover agreement) or mandating termination of Design/Builder as a condition precedent to assuming the bond obligations; or (ii) in the alternative, the City may take over and complete the Work of the Project, or any portion thereof, by its own devices, by entering into a new contract or contracts for the completion of the Work, or using such other methods as in the City's sole opinion shall be required for the proper completion of the Work, including succeeding to the rights of the Design/Builder under all subcontracts as contemplated by Article 16. b. The City may also charge against the Performance and Payment Bond all fees and expenses for services incidental to ascertaining and collecting losses under the Performance and Payment Bond including, without limitation, accounting, engineering, and legal fees, together with any and all costs incurred in connection with renegotiation of the Agreement. 16.5. Costs and Expenses. a. All damages, costs and expenses, including reasonable attorney's fees, incurred by the City as a result of an uncured Default or a Default cured beyond the time limits stated herein (except to the extent the City has expressly consented, in writing, to the Design/Builder's late cure of such Default), together with the costs of completing the Work, shall be deducted from any monies due or to become due to the Design/Builder under this Agreement, Irrespective of whether the City ultimately terminates Design/Builder. b. Upon issuing a Notice of Termination for Cause, the City shall have no obligation to pay Design/Builder, and the Design/Builder shall not be entitled to receive, any money until such time as the Project has been completed and the costs to make repairs and/or complete the Project have been ascertained by the City. In case such cost and expense is greater than the sum which would have been due and payable to the Design/Builder under this Agreement for any portion of the Work satisfactorily performed, the Design/Builder and the Surety shall be jointly and severally liable and shall pay the difference to the City upon demand. 16.6. Termination If No Default or Erroneous Default. If, after a Notice of Termination for Cause is issued by the City, it is thereafter determined that the Design/Builder was not in default under the provisions of this Agreement, or that any delay hereunder was an Excusable Event of Delay, the termination shall be converted to a Termination for Convenience and the rights and obligations of the parties shall be the same as if the notice of termination had been issued pursuant to the termination for convenience clause contained in Section 16.1. The Design/Builder shall have no further recourse of any nature for wrongful termination. 16.7. Remedies Not Exclusive. Except as otherwise provided in the Contract Documents, no remedy under the terms of this Agreement is intended to be exclusive of any other remedy, but each and every such remedy shall be cumulative and shall be in addition to any other remedies, existing now or hereafter, at law, in equity or by statute. No delay or omission to exercise any right or power accruing upon any Event of Default shall impair any such right or power nor shall it be construed to be a waiver of any Event of Default or acquiescence therein, and every such right and power may be exercised from time to time as often as may be deemed expedient. 16.8. Design/Builder Right to Stop Work. If the Project should be stopped under an order of any court or other public authority for a period of more than ninety (90) days due to no act or fault of Design/Builder or persons or entities within its control, or if the City should fail to pay 77 the Design/Builder any material amount owing pursuant to an Approved Application for Payment in accordance with the Contract Documents and after receipt of all supporting documentation required pursuant Article 8, and if the City fails to make such payment within ninety (90) days after receipt of written notice from the Design/Builder identifying the Approved Application for Payment for which payment is outstanding, then, unless the City is withholding such payment pursuant to Article 8) hereof or any other provision of this Agreement which entitles the City to so withhold such payment, the Design/Builder shall have the right upon the expiration of the aforesaid ninety (90) day period to stop its performance of the Work, provided that Design/Builder has sent a Notice to Cure to the City via certified mail, allowing for a 7 day cure period. In such event, Design/Builder may terminate this Agreement and recover from City payment for all Work executed and reasonable expense sustained (but excluding compensation for any item prohibited by Article 15 and other provisions of the Contract Documents). In the alternative to termination, Design/Builder shall not be obligated to recommence the Work until such time as the City shall have made payment to the Design/Builder in respect of such Approved Application for Payment, plus any actual and reasonable related demobilization and start-up costs evidenced by documentation reasonably satisfactory to the City. Except as set forth in this Section 16.8, no act, event, circumstance or omission shall excuse or relieve the Design/Builder from the full and faithful performance of its obligations hereunder and the completion of the Work as herein provided for. 16.9. Materiality and Non-Waiver of Breach. Each requirement, duty, and obligation in the Contract Documents is material. The City's failure to enforce any provision of this Agreement shall not be deemed a waiver of such provision or Amendment of this Agreement. A waiver shall not be effective unless it is in writing and approved by the City. A waiver of any breach of a provision of this Agreement shall not be deemed a waiver of any subsequent breach and the failure of the City to exercise its rights and remedies under this Article 16 at any time shall not constitute a waiver of such rights and remedies. ARTICLE 17 SEPARATE CONTRACTS 17.1. Right to Award Separate Contracts. The City reserves the right to perform construction or operations related to the Project with the City's own forces, and to award separate contracts to other contractors, including subcontractors, in connection with other portions of the Project or other construction or operations on and/or adjacent to the Project Site (collectively, "Separate Contractors"). 17.2. Integration of Work with Separate Contractors. Design/Builder shall afford Separate Contractors reasonable access to the Project Site for the execution of their work. Design/Builder shall arrange the performance of the Work so that the Work and the work of the City and the Separate Contractors are, to the extent applicable, properly coordinated, so that any disruption or damage to the Work or to any work of the City or of Separate Contractors is avoided or minimized. 17.3. Coordination. Design/Builder shall conduct its Work with Separate Contractors, and shall cooperate with Separate Contractors, as directed by the Contract Administrator. Coordination with Separate Contractors may be grounds for an extension of Contract Time or any adjustment in the Contract Price. 17.4. Use of Project Site. The Design/Builder shall afford the City and all Separate Contractors reasonable opportunity for storage of their materials and equipment, and 78 performance of their work on and/or adjacent to the Project Site. The Design/Builder shall also coordinate its construction and operations with the City and all Separate Contractors' construction and operations as required by the Contract Documents. 17.5. Deficiency in Work of Separate Contractors. If to properly execute a portion of the Work, the Design/Builder depends upon the construction or operations by the City or a Separate Contractor, the Design/Builder shall, prior to proceeding with that portion of the Work, promptly report to the City apparent discrepancies or defects in such other construction that renders it unsuitable for proper execution Design/Builder Work. The Parties shall resolve in good faith any such discrepancies or defects or any disagreements relating thereto. Failure of the Design/Builder to so report shall constitute a representation by the Design/Builder to the City that the City's or Separate Contractor's completed or partially completed construction is fit and proper to receive the Design/Builder's Work. However, although such representation constitutes a waiver of any rights of Design/Builder against the City for discrepancies or defects in such Separate Contractor's work, such representation shall not constitute a waiver of any rights of the Design/Builder against such Separate Contractor as a result of such discrepancies or defects. 17.6. The Design/Builder shall promptly remedy damage caused by the Design/Builder or its Subcontractors to completed or partially completed construction or to property of the City or Separate Contractors. The City shall incorporate provisions comparable to those set forth in this Article 17 into each contract it enters into with a Separate Contractor, and accordingly notify the Design/Builder in writing. ARTICLE 18 GUARANTEES AND WARRANTIES 18.1. Guarantees and Warranties required by the Contract Documents shall commence on the Substantial Completion Date of the Work (or date of Partial Substantial Completion, as applicable), unless otherwise provided, and shall be in effect for a period of one (1) year, unless otherwise provided in the Contract Documents. To the extent there is any conflict as to the applicable time period of coverage for any Guarantee or Warranty to be provided by the Design/Builder under the Contract Documents, the longer period of time for any such Guarantee or Warranty shall govern, without regard to any Guarantees or Warranties provided by Subcontractors. Design/Builder shall provide the Guarantees and Warranties required by the Contract Documents, without regard to whether the Subcontractors or Suppliers provided the Guarantees and Warranties. 18.2. The Design/Builder shall correct all defects discovered within one (1) year (or such longer period of time if provided in the Contract Documents) following the Substantial Completion Date. Design/Builder shall commence repairs and/or replacement within ten (10) days after being notified by the City of the defect and will prosecute the repairs and/or replacement diligently until completed. For any replacement Work performed during the one- year period after the Substantial Completion Date, Design/Builder shall provide a new one-year Warranty for such replacement Work. 18.3. If the Design/Builder fails to act within ten (10) days, the City may have the repairs and/or replacement performed by others at the expense of the Design/Builder. 18.4. Written warranties furnished to the City are in addition to implied warranties, and shall not limit the duties, obligations, rights and remedies otherwise available under Applicable Law or 79 the Contract Documents. The Design/Builder shall also furnish any special Guarantees or Warranties called for in the Contract Documents. ARTICLE 19 PRODUCT REQUIREMENTS/SUBSTITUTIONS 19.1. Whenever a material, article or piece of equipment is identified in the Contract Documents including, without limitation, in the DCP, by reference to manufacturers' or vendors' names, trade names, catalog numbers, or otherwise, it is intended merely to establish a standard and, unless it is followed by words indicating that "no substitution is permitted," any material, article, or equipment of other manufacturers and vendors which will perform or serve the requirements of the general design will be considered equally acceptable provided the material, article or equipment so proposed is, after review and evaluation of the materials that must be submitted in support of the substitutions set forth in Section 19.2 herein, in the opinion of the Design Criteria Professional: (a) at least equal in quality, durability, appearance, strength and design; (b) performs at least equally the function imposed in the general design for the Project; (c) conforms, to the detailed requirements for the items as indicated by the Contract Documents; and (d) carries the same Guaranty or Warranty of the specified equipment. 19.2. All substitution requests will be made in accordance with the requirements in Division 1, of the Project specifications, via written request which shall include a Shop Drawing and/or Change Order which shall be attached to a detailed description of the originally specified item and a detailed description of the proposed substitution. A comparison letter itemizing all deviations from specified items must be included for the Design Criteria Professional to properly evaluate any proposed substitution. Failure to provide the deviation comparison letter shall automatically constitute a denial of the request. 19.3. Any changes, inclusive of design changes, made necessary to accommodate substituted equipment under this paragraph shall be at the sole expense of Design/Builder. 19.4. Consultant's written consent will be required as to acceptability, and no substitute will be ordered, installed or utilized without the Design Criteria Professional's prior written acceptance, which will be evidenced by an accepted Shop Drawing or other written approval provided by the DCP or Contract Administrator. City may require Design/Builder to furnish, at Design/Builder's expense, a special performance Guarantee or other warranty with respect to any substitute. ARTICLE 20 PUBLIC INFORMATION Design/Builder shall coordinate with and assist the City and its Public Information Officer with respect to all matters relating to the Project. At all times, Design/Builder shall provide accurate and current information to the fullest extent possible, and shall assist in identifying potential impacts that should be communicated in advance with the public including, but not limited to, matters relating to maintenance of traffic plans, road closures, and other Work that may involve substantial noise or other disruptions. Design/Builder shall participate in public meetings and other public relations efforts with the community, as necessary. ARTICLE 21 QUALITY CONTROL/QUALITY ASSURANCE 80 In accordance with the requirements of Appendix E and Division 1 of the Project Specifications, the Design/Builder shall be responsible and accountable for the quality control of the Work including, without limitation, all quality control testing and inspections for the Work. The Design/Builder shall supervise the Work of all Subcontractors, reviewing construction means, methods, techniques, sequences and procedures, providing instructions to each when their Work does not conform to the requirements of the Contract Documents. The Design/Builder shall be responsible for ensuring that each Subcontractor makes whatever necessary corrections are required in a timely manner, so as to not affect the efficient and timely progress of the Work. The Design/Builder shall receive copies of all Claims or reports issued by the Consultant (with copy to the City) relative to the performance or acceptability of Work. Should disagreement occur between the Design/Builder and either the Contract Administrator or the Consultant over acceptability of Work and its conformance with the requirements of the Contract Documents of the Project, the City shall be the final judge of performance and acceptability, and noncompliant Work shall be corrected accordingly. The City may employ independent firm(s) for verification testing of the quality control testing performed by or on behalf of Design/Builder. However, the City shall not be obligated to have such verification testing performed, nor shall its commissioning, or election not to commission, such verification testing relieve Design/Builder of its independent obligations under the Contract Documents to perform such quality control testing and inspections and ensure the Work complies with the Contract Documents. The Design/Builder will exercise reasonable care and diligence in discovering and promptly reporting to City any defects or deficiencies in the Work. The Design/Builder shall establish the Project Schedule and review the progress schedules submitted by Subcontractors in order to ensure proper and timely completion of the Work. ARTICLE 22 ADDITIONAL TERMS & CONDITIONS 22.1. Representations and Warranties. The Design/Builder further represents and warrants as of the date hereof and throughout the term of this Agreement: a. That it has the financial resources, is solvent, and is sufficiently experienced, fully and properly licensed (to the extent required by Applicable Laws) and competent to properly and timely perform this Agreement, that the material facts stated or shown in any papers submitted or referred to in connection with this Agreement, including, without limitation, Design/Builder's responses to the City's RFP, and all other Contract Documents, and any subsequent additions thereto, are true in all material respects. b. That is has full power and authority, and has obtained all corporate approvals necessary, to execute and perform this Agreement, and the same is a legal, valid and binding obligation of the Design/Builder, enforceable against the Design/Builder in accordance with its terms, subject to bankruptcy, equitable principles and laws affecting creditor's rights generally; c. That it has the required authority, ability, skills and capacity to perform, and shall perform, the Work in a manner consistent with sound engineering and construction principles, Project management and supervisory procedures, and reporting and accounting procedures; d. That it has carefully examined and analyzed the provisions and requirements of this Agreement as of the Effective Date, that it has thoroughly inspected the Project Site and satisfied itself from its own investigations as to the general nature of the things needed for the timely and proper performance of this Agreement; 81 e. That no member of the City Commission, or other City official, agent or employee has a financial interest directly or indirectly in this Agreement or the compensation to be paid hereunder, or will have such an interest for the term of this Agreement; and that no individual has, or will have, any interest in the Project or this Agreement which is prohibited by law; f. That, except only for those representations, statements or promises expressly contained in the Contract Documents, no representation, statement or promise, verbal or in writing, of any kind whatsoever by the City, its Commission members, officials, agents, employees or consultants has induced it to enter into this Agreement or has been relied upon by it, including any referring to: (i) the meaning, correctness, suitability, or completeness of any provisions or requirements of this Agreement; (ii) the nature, existence or location of materials, structures, obstructions, utilities or conditions, surface or subsurface, which may be encountered at or on the Project Site; (iii) the nature, quantity, quality or size of the materials, equipment, labor and other facilities needed for the performance of this Agreement; (iv) the general or local conditions which may in any way affect this Agreement or Design/Builder's performance thereof; (v) the price of performing Work under this Agreement; or (vi) any other matters, whether similar to or different from those referred to in (i) through (v) immediately above, having any connection with this Agreement, the negotiation thereof, any discussions thereof, the performance thereof or those employed or connected therewith; g. That it was given ample opportunity and time, and was hereby requested by the City to review thoroughly all documents forming or relating to this Agreement prior to execution of this Agreement; and h. That it has knowledge of all the Applicable Laws in effect on the Effective Date of the Agreement and of all business practices in the jurisdiction within which the Project Site is located that must be followed to properly and lawfully perform the Work. The Design/Builder shall provide to the City evidence of its authority to do business and perform certain professional services in the State of Florida including, without limitation, certificates of good standing, authority and/or registration issued by the Office of the Secretary of State of Florida and Florida's Department of Business and Professional Regulation (as applicable). The City's failure to request such information should the Design/Builder fail to timely produce such evidence shall not, in any way, relieve Design/Builder of its obligation to obtain, maintain current or furnish evidence of, any and all applicable licenses, certifications, registrations and permits as required herein and/or as required by the other Contract Documents. If, following Design/Builder's furnishing of such evidence, the City determines it requires further evidence regarding same, upon City's request; Design/Builder shall furnish such additional evidence to City in a form and manner acceptable to the City. 22.2. Counterparts. This Agreement is comprised of several identical counterparts, each to be fully executed by the Parties and each to be deemed an original having identical legal effect. 22.3. Amendment. Except as otherwise expressly provided in this Agreement (including with respect to Construction Change Directives), no Amendments or changes to the Contract Documents, or any part thereof, shall be valid unless in writing and signed by both of the Parties hereto, or their respective successors and assigns. 22.4. Applicable Laws. The Design/Builder shall comply, and shall cause all Subcontractors to comply with all Applicable Laws and governmental agencies and authorities having jurisdiction over the Work, the Project and/or the Project Site, now existing or hereinafter in 82 effect. Each and every provision required by law to be inserted in this Agreement shall be deemed to be i n serted herein and this Agreement shall be read and enforced as though it were included herein, and if, through mistake or otherwise, any such provision is not so inserted or is not correctly inserted, or is inserted but is subsequently amended, then upon the application of either Party, this Agreement shall forthwith be amended to make such insertion or to incorporate such amendment. In no event, however, shall the failure to insert such provision into this Agreement prevent the enforcement of same or relieve the Design/Builder of its obligation to fully comply with the same. Nothing contained herein shall be deemed to impose upon the Design/Builder any obligation to perform acts or furnish services in violation of Florida law or condone the performance of such acts or furnishing of such services in violation of Florida law, it being understood that the professional architectural, engineering and other design services covered by the aforesaid Agreement including, without limitation, the preparation of the Design Documents and Construction Documents, shall be provided by the Consultant or its professionally licensed Design Subconsultants. 22.5. Interpretation. Any and all headings of this Agreement are for convenience of reference only and do not modify, define or limit the provisions thereof. Words of any gender shall be deemed and construed to include correlative words of the other gender. Words importing the singular number shall include the plural number and vice versa, unless the context shall otherwise indicate. All references to any exhibit or document shall be deemed to include all supplements and/or amendments to any such exhibits or documents entered into in accordance with the terms hereof and thereof. All references to any person or entity shall be deemed to include any person or entity succeeding to the rights, duties, and obligations of such person or entity in accordance with the terms of this Agreement, unless expressly stated otherwise. 22.6. Severability. If any provision of this Agreement shall be held to be inoperative or unenforceable as applied in any particular case in any jurisdiction because it conflicts with any other provision hereof or any constitution, statute, ordinance, rule of law or public policy, or for any other reason, such holding shall not have the effect of rendering the provision in question inoperative or unenforceable in any other case, or of rendering any other provision herein contained inoperative or unenforceable to any extent whatsoever . The invalidity of any one or more phrases, sentences, clauses or sections contained in this Agreement shall not affect the remaining portions of this Agreement or any part hereof, and they shall otherwise remain in full force and effect. 22.7. Publicity. Except as coordinated with the Public Information Officer pursuant to Article 20 herein, the Design/Builder, its officers, agents, employees and its Consultants, Design Subconsultants, Subcontractors, Suppliers and their respective officers, agents and employees, shall not issue publicity news releases or grant press interviews relating to the Project without the express prior written consent of the City. In addition, except as may be required by law during or after performance of this Agreement, the Design/Builder shall not disseminate any information of any nature whatsoever regarding the Project without the express prior written consent of the City. In the event the Design/Builder, its officers, agents, employees and its Consultants, Design Subconsultants, Subcontractors, Suppliers and their respective officers, agents and employees, are presented with a subpoena duces tecum regarding the Project records, data, or documents, then such person or entities shall immediately give written notice to the City and the City Attorney with the understanding 83 that the purpose of so doing is to provide City the opportunity to contest such process by any lawful means available to it before such records, data, or documents are submitted to a court or other third parties; provided, however, the Design/Builder shall comply with all such legal processes when required to do so. 22.8. Public Entity Crimes Act. Design/Builder acknowledges and agrees that the provisions of Florida Statute 287.133, relating to public entity crimes, shall apply to this Agreement, which, among other things, provides as follows: In accordance with the Public Entity Crimes Act, Section 287.133, Florida Statutes, a person or affiliate who is a Design/Builder, contractor, consultant or other provider, who has been placed on the convicted vendor list following a conviction for a Public Entity Crime, may not submit a bid on a contract to provide any goods or services to the City, may not submit a bid on a contract with the City for the construction or repair of a public building or public work, may not submit bids on leases of real property to the City, may not be awarded or perform work under a contract with the City and may not transact any business with the City in excess of the threshold amount provided in Section 287.017, Florida Statutes, as amended, for category two purchases for a period of thirty-six (36) months from the date of being placed on the convicted vendor list. Violation of this Section shall result in cancellation of the City purchase and may result in debarment. 22.9. No Waiver of Legal Rights. No approval given by the City under this Agreement shall operate to relieve the Design/Builder from any of its responsibilities under this Agreement or be deemed as an approval by the City of any deviation contained in any items or documents subject to such approval , or of any failure by the Design/Builder to comply with any requirement of this Agreement or any provision of the other Contract Documents, unless such deviation or failure has been specifically identified by the Design/Builder and approved by an Amendment to this Agreement. Unless the City has specifically approved a deviation from the Contract Documents in writing by an Amendment, the City shall not be precluded or estopped by any City approval, review, measurement, estimate or certificate made by City either before or after the completion and acceptance of the Work and/or any payment therefor, from (a) showing the true amount and character of the Work performed and goods and materials furnished by the Design/Builder, or showing that any measurement, estimate or certificate is untrue or incorrectly made, or that the Work or goods and materials do not conform in fact to this Agreement or any other Contract Documents, or (b) recovering from the Design/Builder and its sureties such damages as it may sustain by reason of the Design/Builder's failure to comply with the terms of this Agreement. Except as provided herein, neither the acceptance by the City, or any representative of the City, nor any payment for or acceptance of the whole or any part of the Work, nor any extension of time, nor any possession taken by the City, shall operate as a waiver of any portion of this Agreement, or of any power herein reserved or any right to damages herein provided. A waiver of any breach of this Agreement shall not be held to be a waiver of any other breach whether prior to or subsequent thereto. The City's delay in declaring that a breach has occurred or otherwise asserting its rights under this Agreement shall not constitute a waiver of such breach or limit any of the City's rights under this Agreement. 22.10. Ownership of Design Materials and Documents. The copies or other tangible embodiments of all design materials, whether or not such materials are subject to copyright or other intellectual property protection, including documents, Shop Drawings, computer programs and electronic information developed for the Project (or to the extent that such programs and electronic information are not the property of the Design/Builder, the Consultant, Design Subconsultant or Subcontractor, the results of the use thereof by the Design/Builder), data, plans, drawings, sketches, illustrations, specifications, descriptions, 84 models, the Schematic Design Documents, the Design Documents, the Construction Documents, and any other documents developed, prepared, furnished, delivered or required to be delivered by the Design/Builder, the Consultant, Design Subconsultant, or Subcontractor to the City under the Agreement (collectively, "Design Materials") shall be and remain the property of the City, whether or not the Project and/or Work is commenced or completed. During the term of this Agreement, the Design/Builder shall be responsible for any loss or damage to the Design Materials, while such Design Materials are in the possession of the Design/Builder or any of its Consultants, Design Subconsultants, or Subcontractors, and any such Design Materials lost or damaged shall be replaced and restored at the Design/Builder's expense. The intellectual property rights, if any, to the Design Materials or the contents of or concepts embodied in the Design Materials shall belong to the Design/Builder, the Consultant, Design Subconsultants or Subcontractors in accordance with their contractual relationship and may be copyrighted or made the subject of any other form of intellectual property protection by them in the United States or in any other country. As to those Design Materials subject to, or which will be subject to, any form of intellectual property protection, the Design/Builder hereby grants (and will cause to be granted and delivered to the City from the Consultant, Design Subconsultants and Subcontractors), as of the date that such Design Materials are delivered or required to be delivered to the City, a worldwide, paid-up, exclusive, irrevocable, transferable license for the term of the intellectual property protection, for the City to use, reproduce and have reproduced, display and publish (and to allow others to use, reproduce and have reproduced, display and publish, in any manner, at any time and as often as such others desire, with or without compensation to the City), such Design Materials and any derivative thereof without further compensation to the Design/Builder, Consultant, Design Subconsultant, Subcontractor or any third party beyond the payments specified for design fees in Article 7 herein, subject to the restrictions set forth below: a. The City shall not, without the prior written consent of the Design/Builder, the Consultant or appropriate Design Subconsultant, or Subcontractor, as the case may be, use such Design Materials or documents, in whole or in part, for the construction of any other project. The City may, however, at no cost to the City, use such Design Materials and documents for additions, improvements, changes, repairs, maintenance or alterations to the Project. In the event of termination of this Agreement the City shall be entitled to use such Design Materials for completion of the Project by others without additional compensation. b. Any reproduction of any Design Materials or part thereof shall be faithful and accurate to the original and of good quality. c. The City shall not remove or alter, and shall reproduce and prominently display on all copies made by the City, the copyright notice and other proprietary legends appearing on such Design Materials when delivered to the City. The Design/Builder acknowledges that the City considers the Project's aggregate architectural expression (that is, the overall combination of the Project's design features), and any distinctive individual features thereof, to be unique and of commercial value, and the Design/Builder, the Consultant, Design Subconsultants, and Subcontractors agree not to design or build, or allow other third parties the use of the Design Materials to design or build, another structure having a substantially similar aggregate architectural expression or substantially similar distinctive individual features. The Design/Builder, Consultant, Design Subconsultants and all Subcontractors shall, however, be free to use 85 individual features, details or systems from the Project or combinations of such features in other projects, so long as such parties comply with the provisions of this Section 22.10. The Design/Builder shall include this provision in its contracts with Subcontractors and in all contracts for Design Subconsultants, and provide copies of all such agreements to the City. ii. Within ten (10) days of the earlier of the Substantial Completion Date of the Project or the date of termination of the Agreement, the Design/Builder shall deliver to the City all of the Design Materials referred to in Section 22.10 above which have not yet been submitted to the City. 22.11. Non-Collusion. The Design/Builder, in performing its obligations under this Agreement, shall comply with all Federal, State and local laws, rules and regulations regarding collusion and bribery. 22.12. Right to Entry. The Design/Builder shall use, and shall cause its Consultants, Design Subconsultants and Subcontractors to use, a reasonable degree of care when entering upon any property owned by the City in connection with the Project. In the case of property not owned by the City, the Design/Builder and its Consultants, Design Subconsultants and Subcontractors shall comply with any and all instructions and requirements for the use of such property. In the case of property owned by any other entity, the Design/Builder shall separately negotiate and obtain any license or permission to enter upon such property. 22.13. No Personal Liability of Public Officials. In carrying out any of the provisions of this Agreement or in exercising any power City granted to them hereby, there shall be no liability upon any City official, their authorized representatives, or any employee of the City, either personally or as employees or officials of the City, it being understood that in such matters they act as agents and representatives of the City. 22.14. Project Commencement. The Design/Builder shall commence performance of its Design Phase obligations under this Agreement and may commence performance of its Construction Phase obligations under this Agreement promptly following the date the NTP for the Construction Phase (NTP2) is delivered by the City. The Design/Builder shall not be required to perform any construction, and shall not be entitled to receive any payments with respect to construction, until the issuance of the NTP2 for the Construction Phase. 22.15. Risk of Loss. Regardless of passage of title, the risk of loss to any of the Work and to any goods, materials and equipment provided, or to be provided, under this Agreement, shall remain with the Design/Builder until the Substantial Completion Date. Should any of the Work, or any such goods, materials and/or equipment, be destroyed, mutilated, defaced or otherwise damaged prior to the time the risk of loss has shifted to the City at the Substantial Completion Date, the Design/Builder shall repair or replace the same at its sole cost. The Performance and Payment Bond or other security or insurance protection required by the Contract Documents or otherwise provided by the City or the Design/Builder shall in no way limit the responsibility of the Design/Builder, under this Section. 22.16. Right to Apply Monies Due. In addition to other available remedies, the City shall have the right to deduct from any funds and monies due or thereafter to become due, to the Design/Builder, including funds retained by the City under the retainage provisions of this Agreement, any amounts due to the City from the Design/Builder as a result of any losses, expenses, damages, obligations or liabilities for which the Design/Builder is responsible pursuant to the provisions of this Agreement, including liquidated damages and costs to 86 repair and/or replace defective work not properly and/or timely repaired or replaced by Design/Builder, and apply said funds deducted toward the satisfaction of such losses, expenses, damages, obligations or liabilities. 22.17. It is expressly provided, however, that the deduction and application of such funds shall not apply if the Design/Builder undertakes and makes payment in full of the amounts so due and payable. However, such payment by Design/Builder shall not, in any event, relieve the Design/Builder of its responsibility or liability for any amounts owed in addition to those amounts deducted by the City. Signs: The Design/Builder shall install and maintain until Final Completion of the Project signage as required by the Contract Documents. Prior to installation, the signs shall be subject to the review and approval of the Contract Administrator, said approval not to be unreasonably withheld. Also, subject to the prior approval of the Contract Administrator, the Design/Builder may choose and subsequently change the location of the signs. Except for signage necessary for safety or traffic control, neither the Design/Builder, nor any Subcontractor shall be permitted to display or install any other signs or any advertising, including signs or identification on sidewalk canopies or trailers, at the Project Site, other than those signs customarily appearing on the Design/Builder's or a Subcontractor's construction equipment. The City reserves the right to install signs at the Project Site, provided that such signs do not unreasonably interfere with the Work. 22.18. Venue and Governing Law. a. This Agreement shall be governed as to performance, interpretation and jurisdiction by the laws of the State of Florida, without regard to conflicts of law rules. This Agreement shall be enforceable in Miami-Dade County, Florida, and if legal action is necessary by either party with respect to the enforcement of any or all of the terms or conditions herein, exclusive venue for the enforcement of same shall be in Miami-Dade County, Florida. BY ENTERING INTO THIS AGREEMENT, THE DESIGN/BUILDER AND CITY EXPRESSLY WAIVE ANY RIGHTS EITHER PARTY MAY HAVE TO A TRIAL BY JURY OF ANY CIVIL LITIGATION RELATED TO, OR ARISING OUT OF THE PROJECT. DESIGN/BUILDER SHALL SPECIFICALLY BIND ITS PROJECT TEAM MEMBERS, CONSULTANT, SUBCONSULTANTS, AND SUBCONTRACTORS TO THE PROVISIONS OF THIS AGREEMENT AND THE CONTRACT DOCUMENTS. IN THE EVENT OF A CONFLICT BETWEEN THIS PROVISION AND ANY TERM OR CONDITION IN ANY PROJECT RELATED AGREEMENT, THE CONTRACT DOCUMENTS SHALL GOVERN AND TAKE PRECEDENCE. b. The Design/Builder hereby irrevocably submits itself to the original and exclusive jurisdiction and venue of the Circuit Court of Miami-Dade County, Florida, with regard to any controversy in any way relating to the award, execution or performance of this Agreement. The Design/Builder agrees that service of process on the Design/Builder may be made, at the option of the City, either by registered or certified mail addressed to the Management Representative, by registered or certified mail addressed to any office actually maintained by the Design/Builder, or by personal delivery on the Design/Builder's Project Manager or any officer, director, or managing or general agent of the Design/Builder. 22.19. Notices. All notices and other communications given or required under this Agreement shall be in writing and may be delivered personally, by recognized overnight courier (such as 87 Federal Express, DHL, or the like), or by placing in the United States mail, first class and certified, return receipt requested, with postage prepaid and addressed: a. If to the City, to the Contract Administrator, at such address specified in writing by the Contract Administrator, provided that copies of notices pertaining to a failure on the part of the City to perform in accordance with the terms of this Agreement shall be sent to the Contract Administrator and to the following, and to such other persons as may be designated in writing by the City: City EngineerClP Office Director. b. If to the Design/Builder, to the Design/Builder's Project Manager, at such address specified in writing by the Project Manager, provided that copies of notices pertaining to a failure on the part of the Design/Builder to perform in accordance with the terms of this Agreement shall be sent to the Project Manager and to such other persons as may be designated in writing by the Design/Builder: David Mancini & Sons, Inc., 2601 Wiles Rd, Pompano Beach, FL 33073. c. Notices may also be sent by e-mail provided that such notice is followed up with a hard copy in a manner set forth above. d. Notices delivered by mail shall be deemed effective three (3) business days after mailing in accordance with this Section. Notices delivered personally, by e-mail, or by overnight courier shall be deemed effective upon receipt. 22.20. Successors and Assigns. No part of this Agreement shall be assigned by the Design/Builder, nor shall any Agreement funds or Claims due, or to become due, be transferred or assigned (other than to the sureties issuing the Performance and Payment Bond, to the extent required as a condition to the issuance thereof), without the prior written approval of the Contract Administrator, but in no case shall such consent relieve the Design/Builder from its obligations or change the terms of this Agreement in any way. The transfer or assignment of any Agreement funds which shall be due, or become due, to the Design/Builder either in whole or part, or any interest therein, without prior written approval by the Contract Administrator, shall cause the annulment of said transfer or assignment. The Design/Builder shall not delegate any of its duties hereunder except as provided in this Agreement. However, Design/Builder's delegation of any of its duties under this Agreement shall in no way relieve Design/Builder of its obligations under the Agreement including, without limitation, ensuring the Work complies with the Contract Documents and the Project is delivered properly and timely to the City and able to be fully functional and used for its intended purpose. In the event that the City approves the transfer or assignment of this Agreement, this Agreement shall become binding on successors and assigns and this requirement shall survive completion or termination of this Agreement. 22.21. Entire Agreement. The Contract Documents shall constitute the entire agreement between the Parties, and no inducements, considerations, promises, or other references shall be implied in this Agreement that are not expressly addressed herein. 22.22. Recycled Content. In support of the Florida Waste Management Law, Design/Builder is encouraged to supply any information available regarding recycled material content in the products provided. City is particularly interested in the type of recycled material used (such as paper, plastic, glass, metal, etc.); and the percentage of recycled material contained in the product. City also requests information regarding any known or potential material content in the product that may be extracted and recycled after the product has served its intended purpose. 88 22.23. No Contingent Fee. Design/Builder warrants that it has not employed or retained any company or person, other than a bona fide employee working solely for Design/Builder, to solicit or secure this Agreement, and that it has not paid or agreed to pay any person, company, corporation, individual or firm, other than a bona fide employee working solely for Design/Builder, any fee, commission, percentage, gift, or other consideration contingent upon or resulting from the award or making of this Agreement. For the breach or violation of this provision, City shall have the right to terminate the Agreement immediately without liability at its discretion, to deduct from the Contract Price, or otherwise recover, the full amount of such fee, commission, percentage, gift or consideration. [REST OF THE PAGE LEFT BLANK INTENTIONALLY] 89 IN WITNESS WHEREOF, the parties have executed this Agreement on the date first written above. Attest: CITY OF MIAMI BEACH, FL• -IDA / / he v 8 V) ,- , ' Rafa Granado, City Clerk Ph..-p Levf ayor yea% ��NKIPq.4.,, Attest: AT\ s A tr'.i,oi AA y I & SONS, INC. O. , = , S %Signature % tUre,,O)A �M6t0 uV► tru , ) 'A 4x1&J Q t€c ekir Name/Title PA,A1364 Varrie/Title APPROVED AS TO FORM&LANGUAGE &FOR EXECUTION igcl,4\----N q\i,5 \9 City Attorney a „ Date 90 APPENDIX A PROJECT DESCRIPTION AND PROJECT SITE Refer to the RFP and DCP for project description. 91 APPENDIX B LIST OF REPORTS AND PROJECT PLANS 1.1. Narrative Reporting Subsystem. The Design/Builder shall prepare monthly and/or daily written reports as described hereunder. All written reports shall be in 8 1/2" X 11" format. The Design/Builder shall ensure that the City is provided a copy. The Narrative Reporting Subsystem shall include the following reports: a. A Monthly Executive Summary, which provides an overview of the Project's progress, current issues and pending decisions, future developments and expected achievements, and any problems or delays, including code violations found by, and delays in obtaining and/or renewing any requisite permits from, any permitting authority. b. A Monthly Cost Narrative describing the current construction cost estimate status of the overall Project and Amendment or potential Claim status (i.e., amount, reason for change, responsibility), which shall be addressed in detail. c. A Monthly Scheduling Narrative summarizing the current status of the overall Project Schedule. This report shall include an analysis of the various Project Schedule components, a description of the critical path, and other analyses as necessary to compare planned performance with actual performance of the Work. The Narrative should include descriptions of any logic or other changes to the updated Project Schedule versus the baseline Project Schedule and previous updates. d. A Monthly Construction Progress Report during the Construction Phase summarizing the overall progress of the Work of the Design/Builder and the various Subcontractors. This report shall include information from the weekly Project Site meetings, as applicable, such as general conditions, long lead supplies, current deliveries, safety and labor relations, Project permits, construction problems and recommendations, and plans for the succeeding month. The format for the Monthly Construction Progress Report must be approved and accepted by the City, the Resident Project Representative and Consultant, and will establish the format to be used for each subsequent Monthly Construction Progress Report. Design/Builder shall index, bind and tabulate the Monthly Construction Progress Report in a manner acceptable to the City. The Monthly Construction Progress Reports shall include photos documenting the progress of the Work, and 3 to 4 aerial photos, or additional photos, as needed. The photos will be 8" x 10" in size, with the date and location noted on the back of each photo. A back-up flash drive or CD of the photos is to accompany the hard copies of the photographs. The Monthly Construction Progress Reports and Project photos are to be made an attachment to the Design/Builder's monthly Application for Payment. e. A Daily Construction Diary or bound log, maintained in English, during the Construction Phase describing events and conditions on the Project Site. The diary shall be maintained at the Project Site and available to members of the City at any time upon request, and shall set forth, at a minimum, for each day: the weather conditions; how any weather conditions affected progress of the Work; time of commencement of Work for the day; the Work performed; materials, labor, personnel, equipment and Subcontractors utilized for the Work; any idle equipment and reasons for idleness; visitors to the Project site; any special or unusual conditions or occurrences encountered; any materials delivered to the Project site; and the time of termination of 92 Work for the day. A bound copy of the complete diary shall be submitted to the City at Substantial Completion of the Project. The written reports outlined in the Section above shall be bound with applicable computer reports and submitted monthly during the Pre-Construction Phase based on the then-current available Construction Documents, and monthly during the Construction Phase. Copies shall be transmitted by Design/Builder to the City and others designated by the Contract Administrator with each monthly Application for Payment. Additional copies of the reports outlined in this Section shall be bound separately and distributed monthly as directed by the Contract Administrator. Certain electronic copies of reports shall be transmitted electronically to the Contract Administrator and others as may be designated by the Contract Administrator. 1.2 Proiect Manual/Management Plans. Within forty-five (45) days of the Effective Date of the this Agreement, the Design/Builder shall develop a comprehensive Project Management Plan describing the services set forth in the Contract Documents and document such plans in the Project Manual. The Project Manual shall serve as the Project Management Plan, and shall include at a minimum, the following sections: a. Project Organizational Chart. A summary organizational chart showing the interrelationships between the various representatives of the Project, other supporting organizations, and permitting review agencies. Detailed charts showing organizational elements participating in this Project shall be included for each of the Key Members of the Project. b. Responsibility Performance Chart. A detailed matrix showing the specific responsibilities and interrelationships of the various Project representatives. The Responsibility Performance Chart shall indicate primary and secondary responsibility for each specific task required to deliver this Project. The Design/Builder shall develop a similar chart for the personnel within its own organization who are assigned to the Project, and for the personnel of the Key Members of the Project from data supplied by each. Is it Project Manual or Project Management Plan? c. Communications Procedures. The Design/Builder shall establish written procedures for communications and coordination required between Key Members of the Project throughout the Project. Procedures shall cover such items as correspondence, minutes, reports, inspections, team meetings, technical reviews, design reviews, and other necessary communications and timing of such communications as applicable. The Design/Builder shall use electronic communication whenever possible. Design/Builder shall create a master email list with a matrix of items to be circulated to the appropriate entities and/or personnel, including, without limitation, the Consultant, Design Subconsultants, the RPR, the City, Subcontractors and others. d. Safety Plan. The Design/Builder shall develop a comprehensive safety program for the Project to meet all applicable Federal, State and Local safety requirements. This will include a comprehensive program for ensuring safety of all persons and property affected by the Work. e. Quality Assurance/Quality Control (QA/QC Plan). The Design/Builder shall develop and maintain an effective Quality Assurance and Quality Control Plan and procedures as delineated in Appendix E hereto, to ensure that materials furnished and quality of Work 93 performed are in accordance with the Construction Documents and other Contract Documents. f. Crisis Management Plan. The Design/Builder shall develop a Crisis Management Plan, describing a general approach to, and identifying emergency contacts in case of, crisis situations, e.g., hurricane, riot, etc., that permits, to the fullest extent possible, uninterrupted progress or performance of the Work or prompt resumption of the Work. g. Security Plan. The Design/Builder shall develop and maintain a comprehensive Security Plan to protect the Project Site including, without limitation, the Work installed and the equipment and materials stored within, and to protect the materials stored off-site, against theft, vandalism, fire, and accidents, etc., as required by job and location conditions. Mobile equipment and operable equipment at the Project Site, and hazardous parts of new construction subject to mischief, shall be locked or otherwise made inoperable or protected when unattended. h. Maintenance of Traffic and Project Site Logistics. The Design/Builder shall prepare a logistics, access staging and maintenance of traffic plans for this Project. The plans shall contain specific procedures for minimizing the disruption of surrounding operations and inconvenience to the public accessing the Project Site and residents in the surrounding areas, such as residents and visitors who must traverse the Project Site to access their residences, hotels or other businesses. The Project Site Logistics Plan shall include documents illustrating the scale and relationship of Project components based on the Project's current and future requirements, Project Schedule and construction budget requirements. The Design/Builder shall ascertain what temporary enclosures, if any, of building areas should be provided for, and may be provided, as a practical matter, in order to assure orderly progress of the Work in periods when extreme weather conditions are likely to be experienced. Risk Management Plan. The Design/Builder will identify those issues which could impact the successful and timely completion of the Project within the approved Project baseline schedule on a risk register. The Design/Builder will identify, evaluate, and assess Project risks using a SWOT (strengths, weaknesses, opportunities and threats) analysis sufficient to develop customized Project control strategies that maintain visibility and ensure timely initiation of corrective actions should they be required. Assessed risk levels will determine the control level to be used for each Project element, incorporating planned risk responses to mitigate potential impacts. 1.3 Administrative Records. The Design/Builder will maintain, on a current basis, unless agreed to otherwise by the Contract Administrator, all files and records for the Project such as, but not limited to, the following: • Punch Lists • Cost Proposal Requests • Bid Analysis/Negotiations/Award Information Contracts/Purchase Orders w/changes • Material/Equipment Records • Delivery Logs • Payment Records • Transmittal Records • Inspection Reports • Project Schedule, Construction Schedule and Updates thereto 94 • Suspense (Tickler) Files of Outstanding Requirements • Prevailing Wage Reports • Shop Plan Submittal/Approval Logs • Contract Documents • Warranties and Guarantees • Cost Accounting Records • Labor Cost Records • Material Cost Records • Equipment Cost Records • Payment Record Requests • Subcontractor Pay Exception Reports • Meeting Minutes • Cost Estimates • Bulletin Quotations • Lab Test Reports • Insurance policies, Insurance Certificates and Bonds • Technical Standards • Design Handbooks • "As-Built" Marked Prints • Operating & Maintenance Instruction Manuals and Lists • Daily Progress Reports & Subcontractor Daily Reports • RFIs, RFCs and Associated Logs • Monthly Progress Reports • Project Correspondence Files • Project Manual The above Records shall be available to the Contract Administrator, Project Coordinator, Resident Project Representative, and other City representatives for reference or review at any time. 95 APPENDIX C FORM OF FINAL CERTIFICATE OF PAYMENT FINAL CERTIFICATE OF PAYMENT: PROJECT: Consultant: (name, address) BID/CONTRACT NUMBER: TO (City): Contractor: CONTRACT FOR: NOTICE TO PROCEED DATE(S): DATE OF ISSUANCE: The undersigned hereby certifies and attests to the following: All conditions or requirements of any permits or regulatory agencies have been satisfied. All documents required by the Contract Documents have been received and accepted. The Work required by the Contract Documents has been reviewed and the undersigned certifies that the Work, including minor corrective work, has been completed in accordance with the provisions of the Contract Documents and is accepted under the terms and conditions thereof. CERTIFIED AND ATTESTED TO: Consultant BY DATE Witness for Consultant BY DATE Design/Builder BY DATE Witness for Design/Builder BY DATE 96 Based upon the representation and certification of the Consultant and Design/Builder regarding the proper completion of the Work, the City, through the Contract Administrator, accepts the Work as fully complete and will assume full possession thereof at (time) (Date) City of Miami Beach, Florida By Contract Administrator Date 97 APPENDIX D PROJECT SCHEDULE 98 • O ID W V 011 ,n A W N N O LID Co V.01 Ut A W A N N I O 10 100 J col. 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G W a.R sr = ONTO w ,“ Y a* 3 C a o N f x 40 w m w E in = .T a �, i iF n °ag a m= V Sl I O APPENDIX E QUALITY CONTROL/QUALITY ASSURANCE The Design/Builder shall submit, subject to the approval of the City, a comprehensive Quality Control/Quality Assurance Plan as provided in the Contract Documents that includes the components required herein and in other provisions of the Contract Documents. The City shall monitor and review the performance of the Quality Control Plan by the Design/Builder, including observation of inspections and testing activities, as provided in the Contract Documents. All Submittals required pursuant to the Design/Builder's Quality Control Plan, or in other provisions of the Contract Documents, shall be delivered to the City, unless otherwise expressly provided in the Contract Agreement. The City shall have the right to reject Work which does not conform to the Contract Documents. If the City determines that a defect or nonperformance exists, the Design/Builder shall cause the defective or nonconforming condition to be corrected or replaced with a conforming installation, product or result, subject to the approved Quality Control Plan, provisions of the Contract Documents and approval of City. City's failure to identify and/or reject any defective or non- conforming Work shall not operate to waive City's right to subsequently demand that Design/Builder remedy any defective or non-conforming Work in accordance with the Contract Documents. 1. Quality Control (QC) Plan. The Design/Builder shall submit for the City's approval a Quality Control Program Plan for the execution of the Work and the Design/Builder shall organize and conduct all activities to be performed under the Contract Documents with strict attention and adherence to the approved Quality Control Plan. The scope of the Quality Program Plan shall include the quality assurance and quality control elements necessary for the design, procurement, manufacturing, installation, construction, start-up, integrated Systems testing, and execution of the Work by the Design/Builder and Subcontractors, and shall comply with the requirements of the Contract Documents. The Quality Control Plan shall include the preparation of documented quality control procedures and instructions in accordance with the requirements defined in this Section, as well as those specified in the Contract Documents, specifically the Construction Documents. The Design/Builder shall be responsible for controlling the quality of all Work, including the Work of Subcontractors. The Design/Builder shall include in its Subcontracts those provisions which it considers necessary to assure that the quality of subcontracted Work will be consistent with that required of the Design/Builder. The City may audit and inspect the Design/Builder's and Subcontractors' Quality Control Programs at any time. Such audits may be conducted on a random or routine basis and may include an audit of the Design/Builder's inspection records and data. Additionally, the City shall have the right to witness any quality control tests or inspections and shall have access to all test data, including test procedures, test specifications and test results. Further, the City shall have the right to conduct independent tests or inspections (at the City's expense) of any material or equipment to be used in the Work. Such audits, inspections or tests conducted shall be performed to verify that all Work is performed in compliance with applicable provisions of the Contract Documents, but shall not relieve the Design/Builder of any of its obligations under the Contract. 99 2. Quality Assurance Management. The Design/Builder shall prepare a management structure and organizational chart which shall reflect a commitment for an effective quality assurance policy, and which shall define and document its Quality Program Plan approach and objectives for, and commitment to, quality. The Design/Builder shall ensure that the Quality Program Plan is understood, implemented, and maintained at all levels of the Design/Builder's organization. Management personnel responsible for performing quality control and assurance functions shall report directly to the Design/Builder's Project Executive and Contract Administrator. a) Quality Assurance Personnel. In its Quality Program Plan, the Design/Builder shall identify the qualifications and experience of personnel responsible for implementation of quality assurance elements of the Quality Program Plan, and a description of the duties of the assigned personnel by job description. Personnel responsible for quality assurance shall be qualified by virtue of skill, education and experience on projects of similar type and complexity. The City reserves the right to approve the Design/Builder's QA/QC manager. b) Quality Assurance Verifications. The Design/Builder shall identify internal verification requirements, provide adequate resources, and assign trained personnel for verification activities. Verification activities shall be performed by personnel independent of those having the responsibility for the Work being performed. Verification activities shall include verifying the adequacy and enforcement of quality control procedures as they relate to inspections, tests, monitoring of the design, procurement, construction, installation and start-up of the equipment, materials, Systems and completed Work. c) Procurement Quality Assurance. The Design/Builder shall establish and employ procedures for the selection and control of Subcontractors, including suppliers, which will assure the use of qualified procurement sources and which will provide methods of monitoring the quality levels of the products and services to ensure that they conform to Contract requirements. The Design/Builder shall select Subcontractors, in part, on the basis of their ability to meet the Quality Control Plan requirements. 3. Design Quality. The Design/Builder shall be responsible for the quality of all design documentation under the Contract. The Design/Builder shall establish and utilize procedures and instructions to ensure that all design documents, including those prepared by Subcontractors, are prepared in accordance with the standard of care required pursuant to these subsections and shall meet all other requirements of the Contract Documents. Design and verification activities shall be planned and assigned to qualified staff equipped with adequate resources. Organizational and technical interfaces between different groups within the Design/Builder's or Subcontractor's organizations which provide input into the design process shall be identified and carefully monitored by the Design/Builder to insure an accurate, complete, adequate and fully coordinated design. Such interface monitoring shall be documented and regularly reviewed. Incomplete, unsatisfactory or ambiguous integrated designs shall be identified and promptly resolved by the Design/Builder. a) Design Quality Control Procedures. Quality control with respect to the design of the Work, and all design-related documentation shall include: i. Measures to ensure that appropriate quality standards are included in the design documents and used in the selection and review for suitability of materials, equipment, systems and assemblies. 100 ii. Drawings, specifications, reports and other documents shall be stamped and signed by the responsible architect or engineer in accordance with Applicable Laws. iii. Coordination of Work performed by different persons in the same area, or in adjacent areas or in related tasks to ensure that conflicts, omissions or misalignments do not occur between or among drawings, or between the drawings and the specifications, and to coordinate the review, approval, release, distribution and revision of design documents prepared by such persons. iv. Elements of Work requiring special quality control attention or emphasis, including the applicable standards of quality or practice to be met and the level of completeness and extent of detailing required. v. Development of a list, by discipline, of the names, qualifications, duties, responsibilities and authorities for all persons proposed to be responsible for quality control of design documents. vi. Any requirements for external technical experts necessary to ensure the quality of design of the Work, including the name, qualifications, duties, responsibilities and authorities, the anticipated timing of the expected availability of, and any coordination required with respect to, any such experts. vii. Preparation of composites in coordination with the Design/Builder's Designer and equipment suppliers to the extent necessary to identify and resolve conflicts in the location of architectural features, structural members, installations and other elements of the Work. b) Design/Builder Design Quality Review. Prior to the submittal of the design construction documents, the Design/Builder shall provide a quality assurance and control review with architects and engineers experienced in the appropriate disciplines. The criteria to be used in such reviews shall include, but not be limited to: i. Conformity of Design/Builder Contract Documents and Design/Builder Drawings with the Contract Documents. ii. Assurance that all materials, equipment, and other elements of the Work have been designed to perform satisfactorily in service and in accordance with the Contract Documents. iii. The appearance, organization, and technical and grammatical accuracy of such documents. iv. Verification that such design construction documents have been checked and signed by each drafter, architect or engineer, checker and reviewer. v. Where required by the Contract Documents or applicable laws, verification that such design construction documents have been stamped and signed by the responsible engineer or architect. 101 vi. Assurance that such design construction documents have been prepared to assure compatibility with all adjacent or dependent materials, equipment or other elements of the Work. 4. Quality Control of Construction, Manufacturing and Installation. The Design/Builder and each Subcontractor shall be responsible for the establishment and implementation of quality control procedures and instructions for the inspection and testing of manufactured and installed materials, equipment, and assemblies. a) Inspection and Testing. The Design/Builder shall conduct a complete review of the Contract requirements and shall identify all inspections and tests required for procurement, and the installation and construction of the project Facilities. The Design/Builder shall establish and employ written receiving inspection procedures to ensure that materials, assemblies, and equipment or other elements of the Work are not incorporated into the Work until each item has been inspected or otherwise verified to conform to applicable requirements of the Contract Documents. Verification shall be in accordance with the Quality Program Plan and other documented procedures of the Design/Builder. The Quality Control Plan and written procedures for first article inspection, final inspection and testing shall provide procedures to ensure that upon completion of all required inspections and tests (including those to be conducted either on receipt of material or equipment or while the material, equipment or other elements of the Work are in process) the results are satisfactory and in compliance with all applicable requirements, and that the results are documented in test reports. No material, equipment or other element of the Work shall be accepted until all the activities specified in the Quality Control Plan and other documented procedures have been satisfactorily completed and the inspection and testing results and documentation are available and approved by the Design/Builder. The Design/Builder shall establish and maintain records which document the fact that each item of material, equipment or other element of the Work has satisfied all applicable inspection and test criteria and other requirements. b) Field Samples and Mock-ups. Field samples and mock-ups shall be prepared at the Project Site or other location by the Design/Builder as specified in the Contract Documents. Affected finish Work shall not be started until the Design/Builder's Authorized Representative has accepted as satisfactory field samples or mock-ups in writing. The City shall be notified in advance and afforded an opportunity to review field samples and mock-ups before affected finish Work is started. c) Design/Builder's Control Inspection and Testing. The Design/Builder shall be responsible for control inspection and testing of all materials, equipment and other elements of the Work prior to their delivery from a manufacturer, or during construction (e.g., electrical equipment load tests, soil compaction tests, concrete tests, piping system leakage tests), to ensure compliance with the Contract Documents. Such inspection and testing shall be performed by a qualified independent testing and inspection firm, to be engaged by the Design/Builder at its expense, and approved by the City. The Design/Builder shall submit to the City the name, address, and qualifications, together with the scope of services, of the proposed testing and inspection firm at least sixty (60) Days prior to scheduled commencement of any Work involving such inspection or testing. Should the Design/Builder desire to use more than one firm for control inspection and testing, the required information shall be submitted for each such proposed firm. All laboratory testing shall be performed by an independent, qualified testing laboratory, employing equipment and qualified testing personnel approved by the City. 102 d) Control of Nonconforming Material, Equipment, or Elements of Work. The Design/Builder shall establish and maintain a nonconformance system and procedures for uniform reporting, controlling and disposition of Nonconformance Items (NCI's). Procedures shall be established to prevent the inadvertent use or installation of nonconforming material, equipment or other elements of the Work. Control procedures shall provide for identification, evaluation, segregation and, when practical, disposition of nonconforming material, equipment or other elements of the Work and for notification to the Design/Builder, the City and all personnel involved in the affected Work. The responsibility for review and authority for the disposition of nonconforming material, equipment or other Work shall be as established by the Design/Builder in the approved Quality Control Plan. e) Corrective Action. The Design/Builder shall establish and maintain written procedures for: i. Investigating the cause of nonconforming material, equipment or other elements of the Work and the corrective action needed to prevent recurrence; ii. Analyzing all processes, work operations, concessions, quality records, service reports, and complaints of the City to detect and eliminate potential causes of nonconforming material, equipment, or other elements of the Work; iii. Initiating preventive actions to deal with problems at a level corresponding to risks encountered; iv. Applying controls to ensure that effective corrective actions are taken; and v. Implementing and recording changes in procedures resulting from corrective action. f) Handling, Storage, Packaging and Delivery. The Design/Builder shall establish and maintain written procedures for handling, storage, packaging and delivery of materials, equipment and other elements of the Work, including coordination with those materials included in the City's Direct Purchase Program. The Design/Builder shall provide methods and means of handling and provide secure storage areas or stock rooms that prevent damage or deterioration of materials, equipment and other elements of the Work pending delivery, use, or incorporation into the Work. Appropriate methods for authorizing receipt and the release to and from such areas shall be stipulated. The condition of materials, equipment and other elements of the Work in storage shall be assessed at regular and appropriate intervals. g) Quality Record. The Design/Builder and Subcontractors shall establish and maintain procedures for identification, collection, indexing, storage, maintenance and disposition of records concerning the quality of the Work. Such records shall be maintained at the Project Site and at manufacturing facilities and shall document achievement of the requirements of this Section, and the effective operation of the Quality Program Plan. All quality records shall be legible and identifiable as to the material, equipment or other element of the Work involved. When methods of inspection and testing are changed, the Design/Builder shall obtain review and acceptance of written procedures from the Owner before implementation of any change. Quality records shall be stored and maintained in such a manner that they are readily retrievable in facilities that provide a suitable environment to minimize deterioration or damage to prevent loss. 103 Retention times of quality records shall be established and recorded. Quality records should be made available, at all times, for evaluation and review by the City. 5. Conformity with Contract Requirements. a) Verification. All Work shall be performed and furnished by the Design/Builder pursuant to, and in full conformity with, the Contract Documents. Throughout the duration of the Contract, the Design/Builder will be required to so establish such conformance to the City. In addition, the City may inspect and audit the Work, at all stages of its manufacture, fabrication, factory testing, construction, installation, on-site testing, completion and acceptance procedures, at any time. Review, verification and acceptance of the Work will be accomplished through the design review and construction inspection and testing process. All design documents shall be checked and verified by the Design/Builder for compliance with all applicable Contract Documents and with Applicable Laws. b) No Implied Duties. No right to act granted to the City under this Section, nor any decision made by the City in good faith either to exercise or not to exercise such right, shall give rise to any implied duty or responsibility of the City, respectively, to the Design/Builder, any Subcontractor, any of their agents or employees, or any other person performing any of the Work, or relieve the Design/Builder from its sole responsibility for performing its obligations hereunder. Review of Submittals and any action taken by the City with respect to Submittals shall not relieve the Design/Builder from its sole responsibility for accuracy, completeness, coordination, errors or omissions in the Design/Builder Drawings, the Design/Builder Contract Documents and Submittals and associated calculations, or for deviations from the Contract Documents or compatibility of the item with contiguous or dependent items of the Work. 6. No Interference. The City shall not supervise the Design/Builder's forces or Subcontractors or perform other duties for the Design/Builder, nor interfere with the management of the Work by the Design/Builder. Any advice, instruction, direction or other order which the City may give the Design/Builder shall not be construed as releasing the Design/Builder from fulfilling all of the terms of the Agreement or other Contract Documents. 7. Rejection and Removal of Nonconforming or Defective Work. As more fully delineated in Section 2.7.16.20, all Work which does not conform to the Design/Builder's warranties or to any other requirements of the Contract Documents will be considered unacceptable, unless otherwise determined to be acceptable as provided in the last paragraph of this Section. Any defective condition, whether the result of poor workmanship, use of materials containing defects, damage through carelessness or any other cause, found by, or disclosed to, the City shall be removed and replaced by Work and materials which conform to the Contract Documents or shall be remedied to the satisfaction of the City. Upon failure on the part of the Design/Builder to comply promptly with any order of the City to remedy, remove or replace Work which is nonconforming or contains Defects, the Owner may cause such nonconforming Work or Defect to be remedied or removed and replaced by separate Contractors employed by the Owner at the Design/Builder's expense. In such event, the costs of such removal, remediation and replacement shall be deducted from any monies due or to become due the Design/Builder under the Agreement. 104 In the event the City finds, as a result of monitoring of the Design/Builder's quality assurance and quality control activities, that any materials, equipment or the finished product in which materials, equipment or finished product are used are not in conformity with the requirements of the Contract Documents, but that acceptable Work has, nonetheless, been produced, the Owner shall then determine whether the Work shall nevertheless be accepted. If the Owner determines that the Work should be accepted, the Owner will document the basis of acceptance by a Change Order for Diminished Value, which will provide for an appropriate adjustment in the Contract Sum. Any such acceptance shall not, however, ever result in an increase of the Contract Sum or the Contract Price. 8. Design/Builder's Continuing Obligation. Neither the issuance of the Certificate of Final Completion, nor the making of Final Progress Payment by the Owner will constitute acceptance of any portion of the Work which is not in compliance with the requirements of the Contract Documents or constitute a release or diminution of the Design/Builder's continuing obligations with respect to the Work pursuant to applicable provisions of the Agreement or other Contract Documents. 105 APPENDIX F DEFERRED ITEMS AND UPDATED SCHEDULE OF VALUES 106 Page 1 of 3 DESIGN-BUILD SERVICES FOR THE RIGHT OF WAY INFRASTRUCUTRE IMPROVEMENT PROGRAM FOR FLAMINGO PARK NEIGHBORHOOD (RFP NO.: 2016-205-KB) Underground ITEM DESCRIPTION OF WORK BID UNITS BID UNIT BID VALUE NO. QTY PRICE 1 Mobilization/General Conditions 1.00 LS $ 734,664.00 $ 734,664.00 2 MOT 1.00 LS $ 55,000.00 $ 55,000.00 3 Engineering 1.00 LS $ 450,000.00 $ 450,000.00 4 Clearing&Grubbing 1.00 LS $ 74,600.00 $ 74,600.00 5 Embankment 1.00 LS $ 168,610.00 $ 168,610.00 6 GeoFabric 1.00 LS $ 23,680.00 $ 23,680.00 7 Type B Stabilization 1.00 LS $ 30,130.80 $ 30,130.80 8 Optional Base Group 6(8"Limerock) 1.00 LS $ 112,243.20 $ 112,243.20 9 Portion of Landscaping Underground 1.00 LS $ 92,326.79 $ 92,326.79 10 Other Items not Mentioned Above 1.00 LS $ 151,000.00 $ 151,000.00 11 Curb&Valley Gutter Inlets 1.00 LS $ 163,800.00 $ 163,800.00 12 Manholes 1.00 LS $ 124,176.00 $ 124,176.00 13 Conflict Structures 1.00 LS $ - $ - 14 Yard Drains 1.00 LS $ 36,788.00 $ 36,788.00 15 12" Pipe For Property Drainage 1.00 LS $ 124,440.00 $ 124,440.00 16 18"Pipe 1.00 LS $ 93,090.00 $ 93,090.00 17 24" Pipe 1.00 LS $ 3,870.00 $ 3,870.00 18 Trench Drain 1.00 LS $ 12,840.00 $ 12,840.00 19 Other Items not Mentioned Above 1.00 LS $ 310,265.00 $ 310,265.00 20 Service Connections with new AMR 1.00 LS $ 8,470.00 $ 8,470.00 21 8-12"DIP w/Fittings 1.00 LS $ 311,260.00 $ 311,260.00 22 Remove Exist WM 1.00 LS $ 26,000.00 $ 26,000.00 23 8-12"Gate Valves 1.00 LS $ 8,768.00 $ 8,768.00 24 Fire Hydrants 1.00 LS $ 16,722.00 $ 16,722.00 25 Rem Exist W M 1.00 LS $ 47,823.00 $ 47,823.00 26 Other Items Not Mentioned Above 1.00 LS $ 278,000.00 $ 278,000.00 27 Service Connections Include Cleanouts 1.00 LS $ - $ - 28 8-10" PVC 1.00 LS $ - $ - 29 12" PVC 1.00 LS $ - $ - 30 15-18" PVC 1.00 LS $ 176,860.00 $ 176,860.00 31 Rem Exist Gravity Lines 1.00 LS $ 51,143.00 $ 51,143.00 32 Sanitary Manholes 1.00 LS $ 72,540.00 $ 72,540.00 33 Force Main Extension/Connection 1.00 LS $ 293,000.00 $ 293,000.00 Page 2 of 3 DESIGN-BUILD SERVICES FOR THE RIGHT OF WAY INFRASTRUCUTRE IMPROVEMENT PROGRAM FOR FLAMINGO PARK NEIGHBORHOOD (RFP NO.: 2016-205-KB) ITEM DESCRIPTION OF WORK BID UNITS BID UNIT BID VALUE NO. QTY PRICE 34 6"Sanitary Sewer Srevice Leads w/Cleanouts 1.00 LS $ - $ - 35 Other Sewer related Items Not Mentioned Above 1.00 LS $ 321,988.00 $ 321,988.00 36 All required Signs 1.00 LS $ 2,508.00 $ 2,508.00 37 Reflective Pavement Markings 1.00 LS $ 813.00 $ 813.00 38 Solid Traf Stripe 6" 1.00 LS $ 3,612.00 $ 3,612.00 39 Solid Traf Stripe 12" 1.00 LS $ 2,728.00 $ 2,728.00 40 Solid Traf Stripe 24" 1.00 LS $ 470.00 $ 470.00 41 Skip Traf Stripe 1.00 LS $ 2,600.00 $ 2,600.00 42 Pavement Message 1.00 LS $ 2,445.00 $ 2,445.00 43 Directional Arrows 1.00 LS $ 753.00 $ 753.00 44 Solid Traf Stripe Yellow 1.00 LS $ 572.00 $ 572.00 45 Other Item Not Mentioned Above 1.00 LS $ 2,132.00 $ 2,132.00 46 Grounding Electrode 1.00 LS $ 1.25 $ 1.25 47 Conduit Underground 1.00 LS $ 31,348.00 $ 31,348.00 48 Pull Box&Splice Box 1.00 LS $ 19,310.00 $ 19,310.00 49 Electrcial Power Svc 1.00 LS $ 5,300.00 $ 5,300.00 50 Electrical Service Wire 1.00 LS $ 1,970.00 $ 1,970.00 51 Signals Poles,Pedestal 1.00 LS $ 5,520.00 $ 5,520.00 52 Mast Arms Black 1.00 LS $ 133,000.00 $ 133,000.00 53 Mast Arm Removal Complete 1.00 LS $ 10,532.00 $ 10,532.00 54 Signal 12"STD 1.00 LS $ 7,021.00 $ 7,021.00 55 Ped Signal 1.00 LS $ 1.25 $ 1.25 56 Back Plates 1.00 LS $ 1.25 $ 1.25 57 Tunnel Visors 1.00 LS $ 690.00 $ 690.00 58 Loop Assy Type A 1.00 LS $ 3,510.00 $ 3,510.00 59 Controller Solid 1.00 LS $ 31,347.00 $ 31,347.00 60 Rem Misc Signal Equip 1.00 LS $ 1,254.00 $ 1,254.00 61 Signal Overhead 1.00 LS $ 22,571.00 $ 22,571.00 62 Other Items Not Mentioned 1.00 LS $ 165,000.00 $ 165,000.00 63 Conduit Underground Lighting&Communication 1.00 LS $ 124,000.00 $ 124,000.00 64 Pull Box&Splice Box 1.00 LS $ 14,200.00 $ 14,200.00 65 Conductors Lighting&Communication 1.00 LS $ 26,777.00 $ 26,777.00 66 Load Center 1.00 LS $ 15,050.00 $ 15,050.00 Page 3 of 3 DESIGN-BUILD SERVICES FOR THE RIGHT OF WAY INFRASTRUCUTRE IMPROVEMENT PROGRAM FOR FLAMINGO PARK NEIGHBORHOOD (RFP NO.: 2016-205-KB) ITEM DESCRIPTION OF WORK BID UNITS BID UNIT BID VALUE NO. QTY PRICE 67 Photo Electric Ctrl Assy 1.00 LS $ 0.01 $ 0.01 68 Street Light Complete 1.00 LS $ 167,000.00 $ 167,000.00 69 Pedestrian Light Complete 1.00 LS $ 0.01 $ 0.01 70 Other Item Not Mentioned Abive 1.00 LS $ 21,150.00 $ 21,150.00 71 Bonds& Insurance 1.00 LS $ 331,000.00 $ 331,000.00 72 Allowance for Permit Fees 1.00 AL $ 100,000.00 $ 100,000.00 73 Allowance for Testing 1.00 AL $ 100,000.00 $ 100,000.00 Subtotal Underground 5,730,284.56 Above the Ground ITEM DESCRIPTION OF WORK BID UNITS BID UNIT BID VALUE NO. QTY PRICE 74 Asphalt Ty S-3 Driveways 1.00 LS $ 186,543.00 $ 186,543.00 75 Type SP 9.5 Structural 1" 1.00 LS $ 56,420.00 $ 56,420.00 76 Type SP 9.5 Surface 1" 1.00 LS $ 56,420.00 $ 56,420.00 77 Gravity Wall 1.00 LS $ 139,806.45 $ 139,806.45 78 Handrail 1.00 LS $ 50,152.79 $ 50,152.79 79 Type F Curb 1.00 LS $ 105,732.00 $ 105,732.00 80 4"Sidewalk 1.00 LS $ 200,538.00 $ 200,538.00 81 6"Sidewalk 1.00 LS $ 50,500.00 $ 50,500.00 82 Brick and Pavers 1.00 LS $ 94,150.00 $ 94,150.00 83 Portion of Landscaping above the ground 1.00 LS $ 22,173.21 $ 22,173.21 Subtotal Above the Ground 962,435.45 APPENDIX G DESIGN/BUILDER'S INSURANCE AND BONDING REQUIREMENTS I. BONDING REQUIREMENTS 1. Design/Builder shall submit all supporting documentation and detailed invoices with respect to insurance and bond premiums required for the Project. City's reimbursement of insurance and bond premiums shall be for the portion of insurance and bond premiums directly attributable to this Agreement. Premiums shall be net of trade discounts, volume discounts, dividends and other adjustments. 2. The Performance Bond and the Payment Bond must each be executed by a surety company in good standing with the Florida Office of Insurance Regulation and an adequate rating from A.M. Best indicated in these Contract Documents which surety is authorized to do business in the State of Florida as a surety, having a resident agent in the State of Florida and having been in business with a record of successful, continuous operation for at least five (5) years. 3. The surety company that is bound by the Performance Bond and Payment Bond, respectively, shall be responsible for Design/Builder's acceptable performance of the Work under the Agreement and other Contract Documents and/or for the payment of all debts pertaining thereto in accordance with Section 255.05, Florida Statutes. 4. The surety company shall hold a current Certificate of Authority as a n acceptable surety on federal bonds in accordance with United States Department of Treasury Circular 570, Current Revisions. If the amount of the Performance Bond and Payment Bond exceeds the underwriting limitation set forth in the Circular, in order to qualify, the net retention of the surety company shall not exceed the underwriting limitation in the circular, and the excess risks must be protected by coinsurance, reinsurance, or other acceptable methods in accordance with Treasury Circular 297, revised September 1, 1978 (31 CFR Section 223.10, Section 223.11.) Further, the surety company shall provide City with evidence satisfactory to City, that such excess risk has been protected in an acceptable manner. 5. The City will accept a surety bond from a company in accordance with the requirements set forth below; provided however, that if any surety company appears on the watch list that is published quarterly by Intercom of the Office of the Florida Insurance Commissioner, the City shall review and either accept or reject the surety company based on the financial information available to the City. The following sets forth, in general, the acceptable parameters for bonds: Policy- Financial Holder's Size Amount of Bond Ratings Category $500,001 to $1,000,000 A- Class I $1,000,001 to $2,000,000 A- Class II $2,000,001 to $5,000,000 A Class III 107 $5,000,000 to $10,000,000 A Class IV $10,000,001 to $25,000,000 A Class V $25,000,001 to $50,000,000 A Class VI $50,000,001 or more A Class VII II. INSURANCE REQUIREMENTS Design/Builder shall provide, pay for and maintain in force at all times during the term of this Agreement (unless otherwise provided) and any extensions thereof, the following insurance policies: 1. Commercial General Liability with minimum limits of One Million Dollars ($1,000,000) per occurrence combined single limit for Bodily Injury Liability and Property Damage Liability. Coverage must be afforded on a form no more restrictive than the latest edition of the Commercial General Liability policy, without restrictive endorsements, as filed by the Insurance Services Office, and must include: a. Premises and/or Operations coverage; b. Independent Contractor or Contractor Owners Protection Liability which includes liability coverage for operations performed for the name of the insured by independent and/or subcontractors that are hired, and acts or omissions of the named insured in connection with his/her general supervision of such operations; c. Products and/or Completed Operations coverage (Design/Builder shall maintain in force for 2 years after completion of all work required coverage for Products/Completed Ops, including Broad Form Property Damage); d. Explosion/Collapse and Underground Hazard coverage; e. Broad Form Property Damage. f. Broad Form Contractual Coverage applicable to this specific Agreement, including any hold harmless and/or indemnification agreement contained in the Contract Documents. g. City must be named as an Additional Insured on this policy as set forth in Section 111.4 below. 2. Workers' Compensation Insurance to apply for all employees in compliance with the "Workers Compensation Law" of the State of Florida and all applicable Federal laws. Design/Builder shall ensure that all subcontractor(s) at all tiers have Workers' Compensation Insurance for their employees in accordance with Florida's Workers' Compensation law. In addition, the policy (ies) must include: Employers' Liability with minimum limits of Five Hundred Thousand Dollars ($500,000) each accident. 108 3. Business Automobile Liability with minimum limits of One Million Dollars ($1,000,000) per occurrence combined single limit for Bodily Injury Liability and Property Damage Liability. Coverage must be afforded on a form no more restrictive than the latest edition of the Business Automobile Liability policy, without restrictive endorsements, as filed by the Insurance Services Office, and must include: (1) Owned Vehicles; and (2) hired and Non-Owned Vehicles. 4. Design Professional Liability or equivalent Errors & Omissions Liability shall be maintained with the limits of liability provided by such policy to be no less than One Million Dollars ($1,000,000) for each claim, subject to a maximum deductible acceptable to the City and not-to-exceed $100,000. Design/Builder shall maintain the claims made form coverage with a minimum of 3 years extended reporting following Final Completion and shall annually provide City with evidence of renewal coverage. Design/Builder is responsible for all deductibles in the event of a claim. Design/Builder shall indicate the deductible for this coverage on its Certificate of Insurance. Design/Builder shall notify City in writing within thirty (30) days of any claims filed or made against the Design Professional Liability Insurance Policy. Consultant and Design Subconsultants shall each maintain the same Errors & Omissions Liability coverages required herein. 5. Pollution Liability, which covers mitigation expenses and third-party liability in the minimum amount of Two Million Dollars ($2,000,000) per claim, subject to a maximum deductible acceptable to the City. Such policy shall include an annual policy aggregate in the amount of Three Million Dollars ($3,000,000) and name City as additional insured. Design/Builder shall indicate the deductible for this coverage on its Certificate of Insurance. 6. Installation Floater Insurance including coverage for material & equipment to be installed during the course of this Project. City shall be included as a Named Insured on this policy, as its insurable interest may appear. This policy shall remain in force until acceptance of the Project by the City. III. ADDITIONAL TERMS AND CONDITIONS: 1. Notice to City. If the initial insurance expires prior to the completion of the Work, renewal copies of insurance policies shall be furnished to the City at least fourteen (14) days prior to the date of their expiration. The insurance policy (ies) must be endorsed to provide the City with at least thirty (30) days' notice of cancellation and/or restriction. 2. Certificates of Insurance. Design/Builder shall furnish to the City Certificates of Insurance or endorsements evidencing the insurance coverage specified herein within fifteen (15) days after notification of award of the Agreement, and shall also furnish to the City a copy of each insurance policy required by this Agreement. The required Certificates of Insurance shall name the types of policies provided, refer specifically to this Agreement, and state that such insurance is as required by this Agreement. The Certificates of Insurance shall be in form acceptable to, and subject to, approval by City. The failure to provide the Certificates of Insurance within fifteen (15) days shall be the basis for the rescission of the awarding Agreement. The official title of the certificate holder is City of Miami Beach, Florida. This official title shall be used in all insurance documentation. 3. Right to revise or refect. City's Risk Management Division reserves the right, but not the obligation, to review and revise any insurance requirements at the time of insurance contract renewal and/or any amendments, not limited to deductibles, limits, coverages and endorsements based on insurance market conditions affecting the availability or affordability of 109 coverage; or changes in the scope of work/specifications affecting the scope and applicability of coverage. 4. Additional Insured. City and Design Criteria Professional shall be expressly included as an Additional Insured on all policies, as applicable, and with an endorsement that is acceptable to the City. Additional insured certificates for the City shall read "City of Miami Beach, Florida", 1700 Convention Center Drive, Miami Beach, FL, 33139, Attn: Risk Management, 3rd Floor. 5. Notice of Cancellation and/or Restriction. The policy (ies) must be endorsed to provide City with at least thirty (30) days' notice of cancellation or non-renewal and/or restriction. A copy of the endorsement(s) shall be provided with the Certificates of Insurance. 6. Duty of Care. Design/Builder's furnishing insurance coverage shall in no way relieve or limit, or be construed to limit or relieve or limit, Design/Builder or any of its Subcontractors of any responsibility, liability, or obligation imposed by the Contract Documents, or by Applicable Laws, including, without limitation, any indemnification obligations which Design/Builder or any of its Consultants, Design Subconsultants and Subcontractors have to City thereunder. 7. Design/Builder's Failure to Procure. Design/Builder's failure to procure or maintain the insurance required by this Appendix G during the entire term of the Work shall constitute a material breach and automatic Default of the Agreement. In the event of such a breach, the City may exercise all available rights and remedies hereunder, including the right to immediately suspend or terminate the Agreement without any further notice to or opportunity to use for Design/Builder or, at its discretion, procure or renew such insurance to protect the City's interests and pay any and all premiums in connection therewith, and withhold or recover all monies so paid by the City from the Design/Builder. 8. Waiver of Subrogation. Where permitted by law, Design/Builder hereby waives all rights of recovery by subrogation or otherwise (including, without limitation, claims related to deductible or self-insured retention clauses, inadequacy of limits of any insurance policy, insolvency of any insurer, limitations or exclusions of coverage), against City, and its respective officers, agents, or employees. Certificates of insurance shall evidence the waiver of subrogation in favor of the City, and that coverage shall be primary and noncontributory, and that each evidenced policy includes a Cross Liability or Severability of Interests provision, with no requirement of premium payment by the City. 110 APPENDIX H DESIGN CRITERIA PACKAGE (DCP) RIGHT OF WAY INFRASTRUCTURE IMPROVEMENT PROGRAM FOR FLAMINGO PARK NEIGHBORHOOD 111 DESIGN CRITERIA PACKAGE (DCP) 11TH STREET INFRASTRUCTURE IMPROVEMENTS FROM ALTON ROAD TO JEFFERSON AVENUE AND FROM EUCLID AVENUE TO WASHINGTON AVENUE PART 1 - GENERAL 1.01 THE REQUIREMENT A. WORK to be performed under this Contract shall consist of furnishing and installing all tools, equipment, materials, supplies, and manufactured articles and furnishing all labor, transportation, and services, including fuel, power, water, and essential communications, and performing all WORK, or other operations required for the fulfillment of the Contract in strict accordance with the Contract Documents. The WORK shall be complete, and all WORK, materials, and services not expressly indicated or called for in the Contract Documents, which may be necessary for the DESIGN / BUILD FIRM (DBF) shall provide the complete and proper construction of the WORK in good faith as though originally so indicated, at no increase in cost to the CITY. B. Wherever the term Project is used in these documents, it shall be construed to mean all WORK associated with the 11TH STREET INFRASTRUCTURE IMPROVEMENTS FROM ALTON ROAD TO JEFFERSON AVENUE AND FROM EUCLID AVENUE TO WASHINGTON AVENUE. C. Wherever the term CONSULTANT is used in these documents, it shall be construed to mean the registered professional engineer, architect, and/or landscape architect who have contracted with or who are employed by the DBF to provide professional services for the design and permitting of the Project. The CONSULTANT shall be the Engineer of Record and shall be licensed by the State of Florida to provide said services. D. Wherever the term CONTRACTOR is used in these documents, it shall be construed to mean the DBF. E. Wherever the term CITY is used in these documents, it shall be construed to mean the entity responsible for the development of the Design Criteria Package Conceptual Specifications and Plans, for the Project. The CITY or its Representative shall be responsible for reviewing the contract documents and providing construction administration services. The DBF shall interact with the CITY and or City's Representative. RFP No. 2016-205-KB CITY OF MIAMI BEACH DATE: January 2017 DCP-1 11th St Improvements F. Whenever a reference to number of days is noted, it shall be construed to mean calendar days. 1.02 PROFESSIONAL SERVICES A. Work to be performed in this Section includes providing professional engineering services to design and permit a project meeting the intent of the Design Criteria Package (DCP). The DCP is a multi-volume document including the following items: Volume 1: - Request for Proposal Volume 2: - Design Criteria Volume 3: - Attachments Attachment 1: Topographical Survey Attachment 2: Typical Cross-Section Attachment 3: Master Specifications This document and the Technical Specifications include Project requirements to be adhered to by the DBF. These documents require that a Consultant revise the conceptual design plans and documents to incorporate the project requirements. The Consultant shall take full responsibility for the contract documents, including but not limited to drawings, technical specifications, cost estimates, and shall design using the design criteria. In addition, the Consultant shall apply and obtain all regulatory permits for this project. 1.03 SCOPE OF WORK A. The DBF shall review all laws, regulations, codes and rules applicable to the development, design and construction of the Project, correlate all such codes, rules, regulations and laws with the City's requirements, and advise the City of any program requirements that may cause a violation of such codes, rules, regulations and laws. B. The DBF shall make the necessary changes, revisions, modifications, etc. to prepare a signed and sealed contract document set that incorporates the intent of the master specifications (Divisions 1 through 16), and the conceptual design plans. In this capacity, the DBF shall make all requisite changes and revisions required by the CITY and/or jurisdictional agencies at no additional cost. C. The DBF shall assist the City in filing documents required to obtain all necessary approvals of Permitting Authorities having jurisdiction over the Project. RFP No. 2016-205-KB CITY OF MIAMI BEACH DATE: January 2017 DCP-2 11th St Improvements D. The DBF shall coordinate the design and construction requirements with any Permitting Authorities, utilities and all Project stakeholders. E. Information regarding existing conditions for the project has been developed and is included as Volume 3 in this design criteria package as follows: 1. The DBF shall prepare geotechnical soil survey, or review and amend the existing geotechnical soil surveys, as needed, to meet the requirements of the scope of work and the Public Work Manual, Part I Geotechnical Considerations. The DESIGN / BUILD FIRM shall verify/update the information presented to the extent necessary to ensure that the project can be designed to meet all required criteria. The DBF shall include in its proposal additional geotechnical data that is deemed necessary to properly design and construct the roadway and underground utilities. 2. Topographic Survey: A topographic survey is provided as existing information with this DCP. The survey is provided for information only. The DBF shall verify / update the information presented to the extent necessary to ensure that the project can be designed to meet all required criteria. The DBF shall review and amend the existing topographic survey, as needed, to meet the requirements of the scope of work and the Public Works Manual, Part 1, Section 1, standard Design and Plan Production Criteria, Survey and Mapping Standards. The DBF shall include in its proposal additional survey data that is deemed necessary to design and construct the roadway and underground utilities. The Survey is included in Volume 3 attachment 1 and was used to develop the Conceptual Plans. F. The DBF shall prepare signed and sealed contract documents for the CITY's review to verify that the Project intent is complied with. The DBF shall also utilize the City of Miami Beach Public Works Manual (PWM), current version with all updates to supplement any details required to complete the Project. G. Contract Document Preparation (Drawings / Specifications): The DBF shall review the Design Criteria Package, Master Specifications (Divisions 1 through 16) and Plans provided in Volumes 1, 2 and 3. The DBF shall make the necessary changes, revisions, modifications, etc. to prepare its contract document set that incorporates the intent of the master specifications, conceptual plans and the requirements of Division 1 , of the Master Specifications. The DBF's contract document set shall be submitted to the CITY to verify that the Project intent is complied with at the 60%, 90% and 100% design milestones. The DBF shall also utilize the City of Miami Beach Public Works Manual, and any updates to supplement any details required to complete the Project. The Public Works Manual is provided to the DBF as a basis to develop contract documents that meet the intent of the scope of work. The following is a list of items that the DBF shall incorporate into its Contract Documents: RFP No. 2016-205-KB CITY OF MIAMI BEACH DATE: January 2017 DCP-3 11th St Improvements 1. Relocation of Existing Underground Utilities: It is the DBF's responsibility to coordinate the relocation of any and all existing utilities that are in conflict with the proposed improvements as depicted in the DBF's contract documents. These include but are not necessarily limited to: FPL, BellSouth, Charter Communications, Level 3 Communications, Adelphia Communications, Atlantic Broadband, AT&T, Teco-Peoples Gas, NUI-City Gas Company, Florida Gas Transmission, MCI WorldCom, M-D WASD, M- D PWD and City of Miami Beach, etc. It is the responsibility of the DBF to verify that the final contract documents are free of utility conflicts. The DBF shall be responsible for the identification, coordination with the private utility owner for the relocation of any private utility in conflict with the proposed work at the cost of the private utility owner. 2. Existing Utility Verification: The DBF shall include in its proposal any required underground utility investigation that is deemed necessary to fully identify the exact location of the existing utility and coordinate with the utility owner for the relocation at the utility owner's expense. During design, the DBF shall submit its contract documents to each utility owner and request that they identify / verify the horizontal and vertical location of their utilities. The DBF shall forward correspondence and its contract documents to each utility owner with a copy to the CITY and the PROJECT MANAGER. The DBF is strongly recommended to field verify each utility and / or manhole excavation, utility crossing, utility tie-in and excavation greater than 12-inches in depth to field verify the location and depth of identified utilities. Methods to be considered by the DBF shall include but not be necessarily limited to subsurface utility exploration in accordance with ASCE 38-02 Standard Guideline for the Collection and Depiction of Existing Subsurface Utility Data (Quality Level A), vacuum extraction, water extraction, ground penetrating radar, magnetic survey, potholing, or other method deemed appropriate by the DBF. The DBF shall also verify its design of the proposed improvements with respect to conflicts with identified existing utilities. This effort shall include, as a minimum, the identification and resolution of conflicts between proposed improvements and existing below ground utilities, structures, footings, foundations, and landscaping, etc. and existing above-ground improvements. The CITY reserves the right to request that the DBF provide documentation of utility verification requests and subsequent responses from utilities during analyses of unforeseen condition claims. 3. Construction Sequencing Plan: The DBF shall incorporate the construction sequencing restrictions presented in this document into its contract documents. The CITY will consider minor, non-substantial deviations from the construction sequencing restrictions on a case-by-case basis. Major events held by the Convention Center including but not limited to Art Basel requires all traffic lanes for all the roads in the vicinity to be opened and the contractor demobilized. The DBF shall anticipate construction restrictions RFP No. 2016-205-KB CITY OF MIAMI BEACH DATE: January 2017 DCP-4 11th St Improvements on such events unless it is clearly demonstrated that no impact to those events will be created as a result of this project construction activities. H. Contract Document Permitting: The DBF shall prepare applications and such documents and design data as may be required to procure approvals from all such governmental authorities that have jurisdiction over the Project as represented in its contract documents. The DBF shall consider the impact of permit fees in its construction opinions of probable cost. DBF shall be responsible for meetings, submissions, resubmissions and negotiations with such authorities. CITY will attend meetings with governmental authorities as deemed necessary by CITY. DBF shall respond to comments by such authorities within ten (10) working days of receipt of comments. It is recognized by the CITY that the time period for obtaining permits is beyond the control of the DBF except for issues concerning the permitability of the design and the DBF's ability to respond to permitting agency requests for information. The DBF shall be responsible for monitoring and tracking progress on the preparation and review of permits and subsequent requests for information. The DBF shall correspond with noted jurisdictional authorities to establish permitting requirements, revise its documents and respond to permitting inquiries as required. The DBF shall copy the CITY on all correspondence and also attend meetings with the CITY staff to review and discuss permitting status. The following governmental authorities that have or may have jurisdiction over the Project have been identified: 1. City of Miami Beach Building Department. 2. City of Miami Beach Design Review Board. 3. City of Miami Beach Historical Preservation Board. 4. City of Miami Beach Planning Department. 5. City of Miami Beach Public Works Department. 6. Miami-Dade County Department of Regulatory and Economic Resources (RER) (formerly DERM). The City is in the process of applying for the Class I and Class II permits. The DBF shall assume that this permit will be obtained by the City prior to beginning construction. 7. Miami-Dade County Water and Sewer Department. 8. Miami-Dade County Public Works Department. 9. Miami-Dade Department of Health and Rehabilitative Services. Failure to identify governmental authorities that have jurisdiction over the Project at the time of permitting does not relieve DBF from responsibility to pursue the permit as described above. Note that this effort includes the procurement of permit extensions, whether existing or new. RFP No. 2016-205-KB CITY OF MIAMI BEACH DATE: January 2017 DCP-5 11th St Improvements I. Construction Certifications: The DBF shall make certification to the City at the end of the project that the project was constructed in accordance with all approved plans and applicable codes. The DBF shall provide all certifications, inspection reports and project information necessary to close out all permits for the project. It should be noted that phasing of the project shall require multiple phased certifications to put some partial systems in to service during construction. J. Submittal of Contract Documents to the CITY for Review: The DBF shall submit three (3) hard copies and a digital copy (CD, Thumb Drive, etc.) of the design documents in digital format (pdf and native format -AutoCAD, word, etc.) to the CITY for review and comments, the contract documents at the 60%, 90% and 100% completion stages. The submittal of the progress review contract documents shall be in compliance with the requirements of the PUBLIC WORKS MANUAL (PWM) for each completion stage. All review comments generated by the CITY shall be addressed and included in the subsequent submittal. K. CAD files shall accompany all the as-built and record drawings for review by the City, and be included in all pay requests. As-built drawings shall be consistent with current CITY surveying and GIS standards as required in the PWM. L. The DBF shall attend weekly design and construction meetings with the CITY to review the project progress. The DBF is responsible for preparation and updating the project schedule for these meetings and provide, one (1) day prior to the meeting, a list of items and issues to discuss and address during these meetings. M. Time Frames and constrictions: 1. Notice to Proceed (NTP1) is expected to be issued soon after the contract has been executed by all parties. 2. Time is of the essence to substantially complete this project within 250 calendar days after Notice to Proceed (NTP) is issued. Substantial completion shall be reached when partial completion of the proposed street improvements is placed into operation. All required testing, installation certification and acceptance by the City shall be performed prior to substantial completion. The City and the DBF agree that Liquidated Damages #1 for delay are set in the amount of$2,500 per calendar day and shall be deducted from monies due to the contractor for each calendar day that expires after the time specified for substantial completion date. 3. Final completion shall be 60 calendar days after the issuance of substantial completion. The City and the Contractor agree that Liquidated Damages #2 for delay are set in the amount of $1,000 per calendar day and shall be deducted from monies due to the contractor for each calendar day that expires after the time specified for final completion of the entire project. RFP No. 2016-205-KB CITY OF MIAMI BEACH DATE: January 2017 DCP-6 11th St Improvements 1.04 WORK COVERED BY CONTRACT DOCUMENTS The work under the proposed contract comprises the design, permitting, community outreach for, construction administration and the construction of the infrastructure site work for RIGHT OF WAY INFRASTRUCTURE IMPROVEMENT PROGRAM FOR NEIGHBORHOOD Flamingo Park Neighborhood — 11th Street from Alton Road to Jefferson Avenue and from Euclid Avenue to Washington Avenue. The work will include but not limited to site preparation; earthwork, roadway reconstruction, water main installation and water services relocation; sanitary sewer force main installation, sanitary sewer relining/replacement, storm drainage infrastructure installation, street lighting, pedestrian lighting, signalization, landscaping and streetscape improvements. In addition to construction related services, the project will require engineering design, permitting, surveying services, utility locations, landscape architecture, and potentially geotechnical services. The general location of the work is as follows: The Flamingo Park Neighborhood more specifically described as 11th Street from Alton Road to Jefferson Avenue and from Euclid Avenue to Washington Avenue. The scope of the work incorporates the following activities as well as all miscellaneous construction necessary to accomplish these major goals. A. Water main improvements consist of the removal of the existing old water mains and fire hydrants and installation of new 8" to 12" diameter water mains and minimum 2" services including new water meters with automated meter reading technology. Service lines will be relocated to the front of the properties within existing City right-of-Way in areas where the service lines are in easements at the back of properties. Water service must be maintained at all times. All valves shall be gate valves. 1. Coordinate and install landscape irrigation where necessary. 2. Viton F or Viton Extreme gaskets in areas where "contamination" is discovered. New standard EDPM gaskets to be used everywhere else. B. Roadway reconstruction and streetscape improvements consisting of the removal of encroachments and the complete reconstruction of the roadway cross section including a designed profile and cross slope - raising the roadbed and minimum road crown elevations to 3.7 NAVD, and harmonization of driveways. Utilizing an updated survey containing finished floor elevation (FFE) data, all road right-of-ways within the limits of the project shall be reconstructed RFP No. 2016-205-KB CITY OF MIAMI BEACH DATE: January 2017 DCP-7 11th St Improvements to newly targeted elevations. Additional design considerations will be made to maintain positive drainage away from the private lots. 1. Enhanced bulb-outs will be constructed at each intersection. The design and landscaping of the enhanced bulb-outs to be similar to that prepared on the current 11th Street (Jefferson Avenue to Euclid Avenue) project. Reference drawings prepared by APCTE (file name APC1604 Neighborhood 10A — 11th St.052316 6.dwg). For the intersections of 11th Street at Lenox Avenue and Michigan Avenue, the north side bulb out design shall be similar to the proposed section under construction at the intersection of 11th Street and Jefferson Avenue. Reference drawings prepared by APCTE (file name APC1604 Neighborhood 10A — 11th St.052316 4.dwg) 2. DBF to coordinate with MBPD on the extent of the proposed parking and bulb-out design along the north side of 11th Street from Pennsylvania Avenue to Washington Avenue. 3. DBF to coordinate with City and adjacent property owner of 1050 Washington Avenue to reconstruct the pull-out and sidewalk on the south side of 11th Street at Washington Avenue. 4. All sidewalks shall be reconstructed to a minimum of 6' wide (Miami Beach Red) and raised to the maximum extent practicable allowing for harmonization to adjacent properties. 5. Cross walks shall be constructed at each leg of each intersection in the Project consisting of brick pavers in a piano key pattern. 6. Mid-block cross walks shall be constructed at the intersections of 11th Street at Lennox Avenue and Michigan Avenue with appropriate signage. 7. Significant adjustment and/or relocation of the existing fencing along the north side of 11th Street across the frontage of Flamingo Park (Jefferson Avenue to Alton Road) will be necessary to maximize the sidewalk width. Note that the sidewalk on the north side of 11th Street from Jefferson Avenue to Meridian Avenue is being constructed at a 10' width. This cross section will be continued west from the end of the project to Alton Road to the maximum extent practicable. 8. Landscaping from private property that is to remain adjacent to the public right-of-way shall be trimmed so as not to impede pedestrian/non-motorized travel. RFP No. 2016-205-KB CITY OF MIAMI BEACH DATE: January 2017 DCP-8 11th St Improvements C. Street/Traffic lighting improvements and enhanced signage along 11th Street will be required. A photometric plan will be developed by the DBF to install new pedestrian level and street level lighting. Reference lighting standard ANSI/IES RP-8-14. 1. The DBF shall coordinate the removal and relocation of the existing Cobra Head fixtures with Florida Power and Light, the DESIGN CRITERIA PROFESSIONAL and the City. The design of the lighting system shall meet the City's illumination design standard of 0.6 foot-candles for residential areas. Also, the minimum lights distribution model to minimize shading by trees shall not exceed a ratio of 4:1. It shall be the responsibility of the DBF to review, revise and finalize the design of the proposed improvements to meet the intent of the scope of work and budget and all requirements of the PWM. 2. New traffic signals and mast arms to be installed at each signalized intersection within the Project. Each shall be built to black mast arm standards with pedestrian signals. 3. Three each 2" diameter PVC conduits to be installed throughout the length of the project for traffic signal and communication purposes. 4. All pedestrian level street lights to be black Granville II classic LED design with cap and finial. Lights to be 100W maximum 3000-degree K. 5. All lighting shall be arranged and installed to minimize glare onto adjacent private property. 6. All street level street lights to be black Tapered Aluminum Fluted Pole design with Decorative Pole Cap. Consideration will be given to mount the street level street lights to the traffic signal mast arms. 7. Street signage to be coordinated with City Departments and Miami Dade County. Mount signage to utility/street light poles to the maximum extent practicable. Signage and sign poles should not be located within the sidewalks. D. Stormwater system improvements consisting of the removal of the existing drainage system and the design and construction of an interconnected drainage system to include new piping, catch basins, manholes, the connecting to existing outfalls and the installation of a new 36" storm sewer system. RFP No. 2016-205-KB CITY OF MIAMI BEACH DATE: January 2017 DCP-9 11th St Improvements E. Gravity sanitary sewer improvements consist of the evaluation of the system to determine if the system segments should be replaced or repaired by lining or grouting. DBF to televise each segment of the system including service lines. Sanitary sewer service shall be maintained at all times. 1. Sanitary sewer manholes to be inspected to verify integrity. Manholes not in "like-new" condition shall be lined/replaced and/or repaired at the discretion of the City. Where brick risers are noted, they shall be replaced with concrete rings. Manhole castings to be replaced with "like-new" castings. 2. Verify the integrity of the sanitary sewer service leads from the main line to the property line. Service leads that are not in "like-new" condition shall be removed and replaced. 3. Cleanouts to be installed if not existing at the property line on all sanitary sewer services. F. Sanitary sewer force main improvements will consist of continuing the recently constructed force main from the pump station area and connecting to the existing 42" force main will be required. G. Utility pole relocation/replacement shall be coordinated with the appropriate utilities. Secondary service lines that pass overhead across 11 th Street shall be buried underground to the maximum extent practicable. Guy wires for utility poles shall be removed and attached pole to pole to the maximum extent practicable. Secondary utility poles that are next to new utility poles where the transmission/distribution power lines have been relocated to the new pole and the secondary pole attachments have not, shall be coordinated with the appropriate utility and the old poles removed as part of this project. 1.05 STANDARD SPECIFICATION A. Except as noted, all materials and workmanship shall meet the requirements of the latest editions of the following publications: 1. Miami-Dade County Public Works manual "Design and Construction Standards"; 2. The Florida Department of Transportation "Standard Specifications for Road and Bridge Construction, and its supplements; RFP No. 2016-205-KB CITY OF MIAMI BEACH DATE: January 2017 DCP-10 11th St Improvements 3. The Florida Department of Transportation "Roadway and Traffic Design Standards"; 4. The Florida Department of Transportation "Structures Standards," 5. Miami-Dade Water and Sewer Department "Design and Construction Standard Specification and Details". 6. City of Miami Beach Public Works Manual. 1.06 SITE INVESTIGATION A. The DESIGN / BUILD FIRM, by virtue of signing the Agreement, acknowledges that it has satisfied itself to the nature and location of the WORK, the general and local conditions including, but not restricted to: those bearing upon transportation; disposal, handling and storage of materials, availability of water and electric power; access roads to the site; the conformation and conditions of the WORK area; and the character of equipment and facilities needed preliminary to and during the performance of the WORK. Failure on the part of the DBF to completely or properly evaluate the site conditions shall not be grounds for additional compensation. Failure by the DBF to acquaint itself with all available information shall not relieve it from responsibility for estimating properly the difficulty or cost of successfully performing the WORK. The CITY assumes no responsibility for any conclusions or interpretations made by the DBF on the basis of the information made available by the CITY. B. Soil boring information may be furnished to the DBF for its general information. Such data is not warranted to be correct; the DBF, by virtue of signing the Agreement, acknowledges that it has satisfied itself as to the nature and extent of soil and (underground) water conditions on the project site. No additional payment will be made to the DBF because of differences between actual conditions and those shown by the boring logs. 1.07 WORK BY OTHERS A. Concurrent work by Other Contractors. The DBF's attention is directed to the fact that work may be conducted at the site by other Contractors during the performance of the WORK under this Contract. The DBF shall conduct its operations to cause little or no delay to work of such other Contractors, and shall cooperate fully with such Contractors to provide continued safe access to their respective portions of the site, as required to perform work under their respective contracts. B. Interference with Work on Utilities. The DBF shall cooperate fully with all utility forces of the CITY or forces of other public or private agencies engaged in the RFP No. 2016-205-KB CITY OF MIAMI BEACH DATE: January 2017 DCP-11 11th St Improvements relocation, altering, or otherwise rearranging of any facilities which interfere with the progress of the WORK, and shall schedule the WORK so as to minimize interference with said relocation, altering, or other rearranging of facilities. 1.08 WORK SEQUENCE AND PHASING A. The DBF shall schedule and perform the WORK in such a manner as to result in the least possible disruption to the public's use of roadways, driveways, and utilities. Utilities shall include but not be limited to water, sewerage, drainage structures, ditches and canals, gas, electric, internet, television and telephone. Prior to commencing with the WORK, the DBF shall perform a location investigation of existing underground utilities and facilities in accordance with this section and Section 01530 — "Protection of Existing Facilities" and shall have obtained all required permits and permissions. The DBF shall provide a schedule to the CITY's Public Works Department at least two (2) weeks prior to each planned disruption to the roadway, sidewalks, driveways, and utilities for notification of the residents. City and City's PIO will prepare the notices with assistance from the DBF. The DBF shall provide the information for the preparation of the notices in a timely manner for distribution to the residents seventy-two (72) hours in advance of the disruption. B. The DBF shall sequence the WORK so as to minimize impact on residents. C. The WORK shall be sequenced so that the existing utilities prone to damage are replaced first followed by other deeper, more disruptive work. The work sequence is expected to be as follows: 1. Install sanitary sewer gravity line and force main, include new leads and clean outs at property lines, 2. Install proposed water mains and new service connections, 3. Install new storm water drainage system, 4. Surface improvements including asphalt pavements (first lift), curbs, gutters and traffic calming devices, 5. Traffic signals and street lighting, 6. Sidewalks and harmonization with adjacent property owners, 7. Final lift of asphalt, signing and pavement marking, 8. Landscaping, irrigation and street planting, D. It is expected that the DBF will employ multiple crews so that construction can be carried on concurrently. RFP No. 2016-205-KB CITY OF MIAMI BEACH DATE: January 2017 DCP-12 11th St Improvements E. The WORK shall be sequenced so all testing are performed and "Certification to Place into Operation" are obtained for the proposed sanitary sewer system, water distribution system and stormwater management system prior to the construction of the proposed roadway improvements. In addition to the above, the following restrictions shall be maintained: 1. The DBF shall provide a detailed phasing and Maintenance of Traffic plans, for review and acceptance by the CITY prior to the commencement of any construction activities. The DBF shall notify the City's Fire and Police Department, and the Post Office fourteen (14) days prior to planned disruptions. 2. The DBF's phasing plans shall clearly illustrate the DBF's work intent. Each phase shall be broken down into sub-phases that allow work on different areas simultaneously. The DBF's phasing plan shall be linked to the Project's Construction Schedule. 3. The DBF shall make necessary provisions to provide access to driveways at the end of the working day. 4. Construction within the right of way of affected roads shall be scheduled so that all improvements are completed at once, and travelers are only disrupted for one time period. 5. All affected residents shall be notified a minimum of seventy-two (72) hours prior to a shut off of water supply. Any water supply interruptions shall be scheduled to be as short as possible and not exceed four (4) hours. For multi-family apartments or condominium complexes, written notice of planned disruptions maybe directed to Condominium Association's Management Companies, Condominium Association's Board of Directors, Apartment Property Managers or other property managing companies or individuals via certified mail; for single family residences written notices shall be directed to the residents via door hangers. ALL Notifications of planned disruptions shall be coordinated with the City of Miami Beach Public Works Department. 6. The DBF shall submit a written request to the City of Miami Beach Fire Department and the City of Miami Beach Public Works Department for shut- off of potable water or fire main supply, a minimum of seventy-two (72- hours), prior to the scheduled shut-off. The DBF shall obtain written confirmation from the City of Miami Beach Fire Department and the City of Miami Beach Public Works Department and schedule it work accordingly. ONLY the City of Miami Beach Public Works Department is authorized to shut-off any potable water or fire main supply. 7. Access for emergency vehicles shall be maintained at all times to all homes or businesses. Excavation must be back-filled or barricaded at the end of each workday to prevent hazardous conditions. If a trench, excavation or RFP No. 2016-205-KB CITY OF MIAMI BEACH DATE: January 2017 DCP-13 11th St Improvements structure is to be left open, it must be covered with a steel plate and made accessible to residents at the end of each workday or when work will be suspended for more than eight (8) hours. 8. The DBF shall coordinate with the appropriate local agencies and private companies, which provide services to the residents, as required to provide uninterrupted bus, school bus, garbage collection, mail delivery and other service during the WORK period. A Maintenance of Traffic Plan indicating proposed street closings, schedules, and alternate routes, which have been approved by the applicable jurisdictional agency, should be submitted to all affected agencies and companies for coordination and routing purposes. 9. Transportation provisions for handicapped or disabled residents shall be made by the DBF if construction prevents access to homes. 10. Materials and equipment shall be stored in a fenced or otherwise enclosed area during non-working hours. Pipe and material shall not be strung out along installation routes for more than one workday. DBF shall store minimal amount of material on site within the City's approved staging area. 11. Traffic Signals, Street and Park lighting shall be maintained in operation at all times during construction. DBF shall provide temporary power supply and/or temporary lighting when necessary, to maintain lighting conditions meeting the existing lighting conditions. 12. The DBF shall develop a staging plan for review and acceptance by the CITY. The plan shall provide for the staging of necessary equipment, material and field operation trailers. The DBF shall restrict parking for its employees and sub-contractors within the staging areas and/or swales adjacent to the work area. If necessary, the DBF shall provide additional off- site storage, staging and parking as necessary at no additional cost to the contract. DBF shall maintain all staging areas until the project is completed. 13. The DBF shall limit the number of non-essential vehicles on the project area. The DBF is responsible to provide public parking for its staff and sub- contractors offsite and arrange for group transportation to and from the project area in order to eliminate the need for personnel vehicles to be brought to the project area. 1.09 TRAFFIC CONTROL A. The DBF shall submit a conceptual Maintenance of Traffic Control Plan at the Pre-Construction Conference. This preliminary plan shall identify the phases of construction that the DBF intend to utilize to identify the traffic flows during each phase. The DBF will be required to submit a detailed plan showing each phase's Maintenance and Protection Plan prior to starting construction of any phase. RFP No. 2016-205-KB CITY OF MIAMI BEACH DATE: January 2017 DCP-14 11th St Improvements B. The DBF shall submit a weekly Traffic Impact Plan to the CITY by Wednesday of each week to allow for notification of anticipated road closures to public entities located in and doing business in the project area. The Traffic Impact Plan shall identify streets that are under construction and construction activities that may impact vehicular and pedestrian traffic. C. The Maintenance of Traffic Plans shall be prepared in accordance with the Current Edition of the Florida Department of Transportation Standard Specification for Road and Bridge Construction, Florida Department of Transportation Design Standard for Road and Bridge Construction, and the Miami-Dade County Public Works Department Manual for Design and Construction. D. The "Maintenance of Traffic" plan shall address pedestrian traffic as well as vehicular traffic. E. The DBF, at all times, shall conduct the WORK in such a manner as to ensure the least obstruction to traffic as is practical. Convenience of the general public and of the residents adjacent to the work shall be provided for in a satisfactory manner, as determined by the CITY. F. Fire hydrants on or adjacent to the WORK shall be kept accessible to fire apparatus at all times, and no material or obstruction shall be placed within twenty (20) feet of any such hydrant. G. All existing stop signs and traffic signalization shall be maintained in operating conditions at all times during construction. A complete inventory of all existing signage and traffic control features shall be provided to the CITY prior to the commencement of construction activities. H. When permission has been granted by the City of Miami Beach Public Works Department to close an existing roadway, the DBF shall furnish and erect signs, barricades, lights, flags and other protective devices, which shall conform to the requirements, and be subject to the approval of the jurisdictional agency. The DBF shall furnish and maintain proper protective devices at such location for the entire time of closure as the jurisdictional agency may direct. Signage shall be affected one week before closure. I. The DBF shall furnish a sufficient number of protective devices to protect and divert the vehicular and pedestrian traffic from working areas closed to traffic, or to protect any new work. Failure to comply with this requirement will result in the shutdown of the work until the DBF provides the necessary protection. J. In areas where there are existing pavement markings, the DBF shall install temporary pavement markings any time traffic is diverted for a period of time that will exceed one work day or as allowed by the City of Miami Beach Public Works Department. Existing pavement markings that conflict with the new work RFP No. 2016-205-KB CITY OF MIAMI BEACH DATE: January 2017 DCP-15 11th St Improvements zone traffic pattern must be obliterated. Painting over existing pavement markings (black out) shall not be permitted. 1.10 WORK SCHEDULE A. Substantial Completion: Project Substantial Completion, as defined in the General Conditions, shall be achieved within 200 calendar days from the Notice-to-Proceed. B. Completion: Project Final Completion, as defined in the General Conditions, shall be achieved within 120 calendar days from the issuance of substantial completion. C. Time is of the essence in completing this project. Because time is of the essence, the DBF shall commit the necessary resources to this project to complete it in a timely manner. Note that a typical workday will be based on hours between 8:30 am and 5:00 pm, Monday through Friday, excluding holidays. If the DBF wish to work longer hours than those specified herein, it shall request so, in writing, a minimum of 72-hours (3-business days) of each week. Work completed at other than regular working hours should be easily observable by CITY on the subsequent day. If the DBF propose to complete work that will be "covered up" after normal working hours, it shall reimburse CITY for costs associated with the observation of such work. D. The Construction progress will be measured with the construction schedule submitted by the DBF. If the CITY determines that the DBF do not meet the Critical Path Method (CPM) as specified in the Section entitled "Schedules and Reports", the DBF will be required to commit those resources necessary to ensure the completion of the project in a timely manner. All costs incurred to implement measures to complete the WORK in timely manner will be borne by the DBF. E. SCHEDULE TRACKING 1. DBF shall submit scheduling information for the WORK as required in the Section entitled "Schedules and Reports". 2. No separate payment shall be made for preparation and/or revision of the schedule. 1.11 COMPUTATION OF CONTRACT TIME It is the DBF's responsibility to provide clear and convincing documentation to the CITY as to the effect additional WORK will have with respect to additional contract time extension requirements. If additional quantities of WORK can be carried out concurrent with other existing construction activities without disrupting the critical path of the project then no contract time extension will be granted. The DBF is obligated to provide documentation to the CITY if additional elements of WORK affect the critical path of the project. If WORK set RFP No. 2016-205-KB CITY OF MIAMI BEACH DATE: January 2017 DCP-16 11th St Improvements forth in the original scope of the project is deleted, the contract time may be reduced. This contract is a calendar day contract. While the DBF may be granted, time to suspend WORK operations for vacations or holidays, contract time will not be suspended. During suspensions, the DBF shall be responsible for all maintenance of traffic and liability without additional compensation from the CITY. In addition, DBF shall comply with timely notice requirements as specified in the General Conditions. 1.12 PRE-CONSTRUCTION CONFERENCE Thirty (30) days prior to the start of construction activities, a Pre-Construction Conference will be held between the DBF, CITY, other interested agencies, representatives of utility companies and others affected by the WORK. The time and place of this conference will be set by the CITY. The DBF shall bring to the conference a copy of its preliminary WORK schedule for review and comment by the CITY. The schedule shall include sequences of operation and time schedule. The final schedule will be due as noted in the Section entitled "Schedules and Reports". The WORK shall be performed in accordance with such schedule or approved amendments thereto. 1.13 UTILITY LOCATIONS A. To the extent possible, some existing utility lines in the project area have been shown on the topographical survey. However, the CITY guarantees neither that all lines are shown, nor that said lines are in their true location. It shall be the DBF's responsibility to identify and locate all underground or overhead utility lines or equipment affected by the project. No additional payment will be made to the DBF because of discrepancies in actual and plan location of utilities and damages suffered as a result thereof of lines shown on the plans. B. The DBF shall notify each utility company involved at least thirty (30) days prior to the start of construction to arrange for positive underground location, relocation or support of its utility where that utility may be in conflict with or endangered by the proposed construction. The DBF shall pay for relocation of water mains or other utilities for the convenience of the DBF. All charges by utility companies for temporary support of their utilities and permanent utility relocations to avoid conflict shall be the responsibility of the DBF and the utility company involved. C. The DBF shall schedule and coordinate its WORK in such a manner that the utility companies relocating or supporting their utilities do not delay project construction activities. No compensation will be paid to the DBF for any loss of time or delay. D. All overhead, surface or underground structures and/or utilities encountered are to be carefully protected from damage or displacement. All damage to said structures and/or utilities is to be completely repaired within a reasonable time; needless delay will not be tolerated. The CITY reserves the right to remedy any RFP No. 2016-205-KB CITY OF MIAMI BEACH DATE: January 2017 DCP-17 11th St Improvements damage by ordering outside parties to make repairs at the expense of the DBF. All repairs made by the DBF are to be made to the satisfaction of the Utility Owner and shall be inspected by a representative of the Utility Owner and the CITY. E. Within forty-eight (48) hours before excavating, the DBF should call the CITY, for assistance with locating City-owned utilities. The DBF shall contact Sunshine State One Call of Florida (*811 or 1-800-432-4770) for free locating service for utilities for contractors and excavators. Within forty-eight (48) hours before excavating, the DBF should call Sunshine State One Call of Florida Inc., and a locator will be dispatched to the WORK location. The DESIGN / BUILD FIRM shall coordinate with the utility companies not included in the Sunshine State One Call of Florida, Inc. location service. 1.14 CONSTRUCTION LAYOUT SURVEY A. The DBF surveyor shall provide vertical and horizontal control for layout of the WORK in the form of benchmarks and control points located adjacent to the WORK. From these controls provided, the DBF shall develop and make all detailed surveys needed for construction and shall establish all working points, lines and elevations necessary to perform the WORK. The surveying WORK shall be supervised by a Professional Land Surveyor registered in the State of Florida and meet the requirements of the Public works Manual, Part I, Section 1 Standard Design and Plan Production Criteria. 1.15 PROTECTION AND RESTORATION OF SURVEY POINTS A. The DBF shall carefully protect from disturbance all survey points, stakes, bench marks, etc., whether or not established by it, and shall not remove or destroy any survey point until it has been properly referenced referenced/ tied- in by the DBF Surveyor. Surveyor All survey points that have been damaged by the DBF such as section corners, 1/4 section corners, property corners or block control points, including centerline of road Right of Ways such as the points of curve, tangent and intersection, shall be replaced at the DBF's expense with markers of a size and type as required by Florida State Statues. Their replacement shall be under the supervision of a Florida Registered Land Surveyor. The DBF Surveyor shall document survey monuments prior to construction and submit the location and type of all markers to the CITY. All survey points on the topographic, construction layout and as-built/record surveys perform through the duration of the project. 1.16 EQUIPMENT A. All equipment necessary and required for the proper construction of all work shall be on the construction site, in first-class working condition. 1.17 OWNERSHIP OF EXISTING MATERIALS RFP No. 2016-205-KB CITY OF MIAMI BEACH DATE: January 2017 DCP-18 11th St Improvements A. All materials removed or excavated from the job site shall remain the property of the CITY until released by the CITY, at which time it shall become the property of the DBF, who shall dispose of it in a manner, complying with all applicable jurisdictional requirements. 1.18 EXCESS MATERIAL A. All vegetation, debris, concrete or other unsuitable materials shall be disposed of off-site in approved areas provided by the DBF. Storage of unsuitable materials on site shall not be allowed. All unsuitable materials are to be removed from work site as they are generated. The DBF shall deliver any excess material desired to be retained by the CITY to a designated area within a 5-mile radius of the project, at no extra cost to the CITY. 1.19 ADJUSTING EXISTING VALVES, METERS, CATCH BASINS, AND MAINTENANCE ACCESS STRUCTURES (i.e. MANHOLES) A. It shall be the DBF's responsibility to coordinate and have all adjustments made to existing water meters, valves, and structures encountered during construction, to meet all final grades, unless otherwise instructed by the respective utility owner. All valves and maintenance access structures shall be accessible during all phases of the WORK for emergency access. Omission of such structures from the conceptual plans does not relieve the DBF from making such adjustments as may be deemed necessary. 1.20 ENVIRONMENTAL PROTECTION A. The DBF shall furnish all labor and equipment and perform all WORK required for the prevention of environmental pollution during and as a result of the WORK under this contract. For the purpose of this contract, environmental pollution is defined as the presence of chemical, physical, or biological elements or agents, which adversely affect human health or welfare; unfavorably alter ecological balances of importance to human life, affect other species of importance to man, or degrade the utility of the environment for aesthetic and recreational purposes. The control of environmental pollution requires consideration of air, water, land and involves noise, solid waste management and management of radiant energy and radioactive materials, as well as other pollutants. B. The DBF shall take all steps necessary to protect water quality in the connected waters around the project and shall utilize such additional measures as directed by the CITY. Silt screens shall not be removed until the turbidity of the affected waters is equal to or lowers than the ambient turbidity of undisturbed segments of adjacent surface waters. C. The DBF shall implement a Stormwater Pollution Prevention Plan in accordance with the Florida Department of Environmental Protection minimum requirements. The DBF shall obtain and prepare all documents necessary to RFP No. 2016-205-KB CITY OF MIAMI BEACH DATE: January 2017 DCP-19 11th St Improvements obtain a Florida Department of Environmental Protection National Pollution Discharge Elimination System Permit for Construction Activities. D. All protection requirements covered by this subsection shall comply with all applicable jurisdictional agency requirements. 1.21 BASIS OF PAYMENT A. The DBF's during the design the pay request shall contain updated project schedule and a written status report providing the status of each discipline under design and permitting. During construction Professional Land Surveyor will prepare "As-built record" Survey monthly to support the payment request. In the event of disputes, the CITY shall make the final determination; no additional compensation will be made for surveying services. A Florida Licensed Registered Professional Land Surveyor and meet the requirement of the Public works Manual, Part I, Section 1 Standard Design and Plan Criteria, Construction Layout Surveys shall supervise this WORK. B. The DBF shall not be permitted to invoice for quantities of WORK beyond those contained in the contract and all previously approved change orders. Invoice for partial payment shall not be accepted by CITY as complete without the following: 1. Certificate of payment to subcontractors. 2. Updated Construction Schedule 3. Release of Liens from subcontractors 1.22 APPLICATION FOR PAYMENT FOR STORED MATERIALS A. The DBF is advised that the CITY will not pay for stored materials. 1.23 VIBRATORY COMPACTION A. The use of vibratory compaction equipment shall be limited to a total gross weight of three (3) tons. The use of vibratory equipment shall be limited to compacting backfill of utility trenches and subgrade of roadways only. If approved in writing by the CITY larger vibratory compaction equipment may be allowed if operated in a static mode only. The DBF shall be responsible for all damages/claims resulting from its compaction activities on the surrounding neighborhood and its residents. 1.24 REPORTING OF DAMAGE CLAIMS A. The DBF shall keep the CITY informed of any damage claims made against the DBF during the construction period. All claims for automobile damage, property damage and/or bodily injury will be reported to the CITY within 24 hours of receipt of notice. DBF will conduct a timely investigation of the claim and determine if they will honor claim and/or report to their insurance carrier and RFP No. 2016-205-KB CITY OF MIAMI BEACH DATE: January 2017 DCP-20 11th St Improvements provide periodic updates, each quarter, until final disposition of claims. The DBF will advise the CITY in writing of its decision/referral to carrier. 1.25 PERMITS A. It shall be the DBF's responsibility to secure all permits of every description required to initiate and complete the work under this Contract, except for permits obtained by the CITY. B. The DBF shall furnish signed and sealed sets of Contract Documents for permit use as required. C. The DBF shall furnish to the DESIGN CRITERIA PROFESSIONAL and CITY copies of all permits prior to commencement of work requiring permits. D. The DBF shall be responsible for procuring extension permits as required throughout the duration of the project. An allowance for Permit Fees is included in the Schedule of Price Bid. 1.26 DIMENSIONS OF EXISTING FACILITIES A. Where the dimensions and locations of existing improvements are of critical importance in the installation or connection of new work, the DBF shall verify such dimensions and locations in the field prior to the fabrication and/or installation of materials or equipment which are dependent on the correctness of such information. PART 2 - PRODUCTS (Not Applicable) PART 3 - PART 3 - EXECUTION (Not Applicable) - END OF SECTION - RFP No. 2016-205-KB CITY OF MIAMI BEACH DATE: January 2017 DCP-21 11th St Improvements APPENDIX I FORM OF PERFORMANCE BOND AND PAYMENT BOND PERFORMANCE BOND By this Bond, We as Principal, whose principal business address is as the Design/Builder under the agreement dated , 20_, between Principal and the City of Miami Beach, Florida (hereinafter referred to as "City") for the Design/Build Services for Right of Way Infrastructure Improvement Program for Flamingo Park Neighborhood, RFP No. 2016-205-KB (which agreement and the other Contract Documents referenced therein are hereinafter referred to as "Contract"), the terms of which Contract are incorporated by reference in its entirety into this Bond, and , a corporation, whose principal business address is as Surety, are bound to City, as obligee, in the sum of U.S. dollars ($ ), for payment of which we bind ourselves, our heirs, personal representatives, successors, and assigns, jointly and severally. THE CONDITION OF THIS BOND is that if Principal: 1. Performs all the work under the Contract, including but not limited to guarantees, warranties and the curing of latent defects, said Contract being made a part of this Bond by reference, and at the times and in the manner prescribed in the Contract; and 2. Pays City all losses, damages, expenses, costs and attorney's fees, including appellate proceedings, that City sustains as a result of default by Principal under the Contract, including but not limited to a failure to honor all guarantees and warranties or to cure latent defects in the Work or materials within the time period provided in Section 95.11(2)(b), Florida Statutes; and 3. Performs the guarantee of all work and materials furnished under the Contract for the time specified in the Contract, including all warranties and curing all latent defects within the time period provided in Section 95.11(2)(b), Florida Statutes; then this bond is void; otherwise it remains in full force. Surety specifically assumes liability for any and all damages, including but not limited to liquidated damages set forth in the Contract, arising from Principal's default of the Contract, as well as all latent defects uncovered in the work of the Principal after final acceptance of the work by the City. If no specific periods of warranty are stated in the Contract for any particular item or work, material or equipment, the warranty shall be deemed to be a period of one (1) year from the date of final acceptance by the City; provided, however, that this limitation does not apply to suits seeking damages for latent defects in materials or workmanship, such actions being subject to the limitations found in Section 95.11(2)(b), Florida Statutes. 112 Whenever the Principal shall be, and is declared by City to be, in default under the Contract, City having performed City's obligations thereunder, the Surety may promptly remedy the default, or shall promptly: (1) Complete the Contract in accordance with its terms and conditions; or (2) Obtain a bid or bids for completing the Contract in accordance with its terms and conditions, and upon determination by Surety of the lowest responsible bidder, or, if City elects, upon determination by City and Surety jointly of the lowest responsible bidder, arrange for a contract between such bidder and City, and make available as work progresses (even though there should be a default or a succession of defaults under the Contract or Contracts of completion arranged under this paragraph) sufficient funds to pay the cost of completion less the balance of the Contract Price; but not exceeding, including other costs and damages for which the Surety may be liable hereunder, the amount set forth in the first paragraph hereof. The term "balance of the Contract Price" as used in this paragraph, shall mean the total amount payable by City to Principal under the Contract and any amendments thereto, less the amount properly paid by City to Principal. The Surety hereby waives notice of and agrees that any changes in or under the Contract and compliance or noncompliance with any formalities connected with the Contract or the changes does not affect Surety's obligation under this Bond. No right of action shall accrue on this bond to or for the use of any person or corporation other than City named herein. Any action under this Bond must be instituted in accordance with the notice and time limitations provisions prescribed in Section 255.05(2), Florida Statutes. Signature page to follow 113 Signed and sealed this day of , 20 . WITNESSES: (Name of Corporation) Secretary By: (Signature) (CORPORATE SEAL) (Print Name and Title) _day of , 20 Countersigned by Resident INSURANCE COMPANY: Florida Agent of Surety By: Attorney-in-Fact Address: (Street) [attach copy of Agent's ID card Issued by Fla. Ins. Commissioner] (City/State/Zip Code) [Atty in fact power of atty must be attached] Telephone No.: 114 FORM OF PAYMENT BOND By this Bond, We as Principal, whose principal business address is , and whose telephone number is , as the Design/Builder under the agreement dated 20 , between Principal and the City of Miami Beach, Florida (hereinafter referred to as "City") for the Design/Build Services for Right of Way Infrastructure Improvement Program for Flamingo Park Neighborhood, RFP No. 2016-205-KB (which agreement and the other Contract Documents referenced therein are hereinafter referred to as "Contract"), the terms of which Contract are incorporated by reference in its entirety into this Bond, and , a corporation, whose principal business address is as Surety, are bound to City, as obligee, in the sum of U.S. dollars ($ ), for payment of which we bind ourselves, our heirs, personal representatives, successors, and assigns, jointly and severally. THE CONDITION OF THIS BOND is that if the Principal: 1. Promptly makes payments to all claimants, as defined by Florida Statute 255.05(1), providing Principal with labor, materials, or supplies, used directly or indirectly by Principal in the prosecution of the work provided for in the Contract, and in the times and in the manner prescribed in the Contract; and 2. Pays City all losses, damages, expenses, costs and attorney's fees including appellate proceedings, that City sustains because of a failure by Principal to make any payments required under the Contract; then this bond is void; otherwise it remains in full force. A claimant shall have a right of action against the Principal and the Surety for the amount due it. Such action shall not involve the City in any expense. A claimant, except a laborer, who is not in privity with Principal and who has not received payment for its labor, materials, or supplies shall, within forty-five (45) days after beginning to furnish labor, materials, or supplies for the prosecution of the work, furnish to Principal a notice that he intends to look to the bond for protection. A claimant who is not in privity with Principal and who has not received payment for its labor, materials, or supplies shall, within ninety (90) days after performance of the labor or after complete delivery of the materials or supplies, deliver to Principal and to the Surety, written notice of the performance of the labor or delivery of the materials or supplies and of the nonpayment. No action for the labor, materials, or supplies may be instituted against Principal or the Surety unless both of the above-referenced notices have been given. Any action under this Bond must be instituted in accordance with the notice and time limitations prescribed in Section 255.05(2), Florida Statutes. The Surety hereby waives notice of and agrees that any changes in or under the Contract Documents and compliance or noncompliance with any formalities connected with the Contract or the changes does not affect the Surety's obligation under this Bond. Signature page to follow 115 Signed and sealed this day of , 20 Principal ATTEST: (Name of Corporation) By: (Secretary) (Signature) (Corporate Seal) (Print Name and Title) day of , 20 Countersigned by Resident INSURANCE COMPANY: Florida Agent of Surety By: Attorney-in-Fact Address: [attach copy of Agent's ID card (Street) Issued by Fla. Ins. Commissioner] (City/State/Zip Code) [Atty in fact power of atty must be attached] Telephone No.: 116 FORM OF CERTIFICATE OF SUBSTANTIAL COMPLETION CERTIFICATE OF SUBSTANTIAL COMPLETION: PROJECT: Consultant: (name, address) BID/CONTRACT NUMBER: TO (City): Contractor : CONTRACT FOR: NOTICE TO PROCEED DATE: DATE OF ISSUANCE: PROJECT OR DESIGNATED PORTION SHALL INCLUDE: The Work performed under this Contract has been reviewed and found to be substantially complete and all documents required to be submitted by Contractor under the Contract Documents have been received and accepted. The Date of Substantial Completion of the Project or portion thereof designated above is hereby established as which is also the date of commencement of applicable warranties required by the Contract Documents, except as stated below. DEFINITION OF DATE OF SUBSTANTIAL COMPLETION The Date of Substantial Completion of the Work or portion thereof designated by City is the date certified by Consultant when all conditions and requirements of permits and regulatory agencies have been satisfied and the Work, is sufficiently complete in accordance with the Contract Documents, so the Project is available for beneficial occupancy by City. A Certificate of Occupancy must be issued for Substantial Completion to be achieved, however, the issuance of a Certificate of Occupancy, or the date thereof, are not to be determinative of the achievement or date of Substantial Completion. A list of items to be completed or corrected, prepared by Consultant and approved by City is attached hereto. The failure to include any items on such list does not alter the responsibility of Contractor to complete all work in accordance with the Contract Documents. The date of commencement of warranties for items on the attached list will be the date of final payment unless otherwise agreed in writing. Consultant BY DATE 117 In accordance with Section 2.2 of the Contract, Contractor will complete or correct the work on the list of items attached hereto within from the above Date of Substantial Completion. Consultant BY DATE City, through the Contract Administrator, accepts the Work or portion thereof designated by City as substantially complete and will assume full possession thereof at (time) on (date). City of Miami Beach, Florida By Contract Administrator Date The responsibilities of City and Contractor for security, maintenance, heat, utilities, damage to the work and insurance shall be as follows: 118 FORM OF CHANGE ORDER CHANGE ORDER FORM Date: Click here to enter a date. To: Design/Builder Reason: Choose an item. 1. CHANGE IDENTIFICATION:The following changes are hereby made to the above-referenced Contract: 2. ADJUSTMENT TO CONTRACT AMOUNT: As consideration for the change(s) identified in Section 1, the Contract is increased/(decreased)by: DOLLARS $ Original Contract Amount: $ Net of Previous Executed Change Orders: $ Amended Contract Amount(prior to this Change Order) : $ The Amount of this Change Order: $ Revised Contract Amount: $ IF NO ADJUSTMENT IS MADE, THE CONTRACT AMOUNT REMAINS UNCHANGED. 3. ADJUSTMENT TO TIME FOR PERFORMANCE: In connection with the change(s) noted in Section 1, DESIGN/BUILDER'S TIME FOR PERFORMANCE REMAINS UNCHANGED unless specifically noted herein: Adjustment in Time 0 Days This Change Order is an amendment to the Agreement between the Design/Builder and City. The amount and time change designated herein are the maximum agreed to by both the City and Design/Builder for this Change Order. Design/Builder attests that the Contract adjustment provided herein is reasonable, and constitutes compensation in full for all costs, claims, markup, and expenses, direct or indirect, attributable to this or any other prior Change Orders, including but not limited to compensation in full for any delays, acceleration, or loss of efficiency encountered by Design/Builder in the performance of the Work through the date of this Change Order, and for the performance of this and any prior Change Orders by or before the date of Substantial Completion. In consideration of the compensation and time, if any, in this Change Order, the Design/Builder hereby releases the City from all Claims, demands, or causes of action arising out of the transactions, events and occurrences giving rise to this Change Order. This written Change Order is the entire agreement between the City and Design/Builder with respect to this Change Order. No other agreements or modifications shall apply to this contract amendment unless expressly provided herein EXCEPT AS EXPRESSLY MODIFIED HEREIN, THE TERMS AND CONDITIONS OF THE CONTRACT DOCUMENTS REMAIN UNCHANGED. City: Design/Builder: By: By: 119 APPENDIX J - PERMITS 120 1Z r a„ F ' • .". 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'f. 1N ' "tr'-" � ,y1y€� ,mow+ (;. ter, e t' f' k U Ti, - _as" -' .,,,,- *";--"*...;*40N,Y,;; 't-"rt,'":+;"...':' #�s , �r ,.4_ —.T ^.+yo-° a'.: — , ,.... ,-- ,,...„, ,,,.., -...,,,,, . . 1ft_. \ it \'' Yx9 Vii.: FLAMINGO ppRK NEIGHBORHOOD CI-Y OF'v11AMI BEACH RFP NO.:2016-205-KB DESIGN/BUILD SERVICES FOR RIGHT OF WAY INFRASTRUCTURE IMPROVEMENT PROGRAM FOR FLAMINGO PARK NEIGHBORHOOD PHASE II DAVID MANCINI&SONS IN ASSOCIATION WITH A&P CONSULTING TRANSPORTATION ENGINEERS ROADWAY PANS 0 FLAMINGO PARK NEIGHBORHOOD CITY OF MIAMI BEACH j RFP NO.:2016-205-KB DESIGN/BUILD SERVICES FOR RIGHT OF WAY INFRASTRUCTURE IMPROVEMENT PROGRAM FOR FLAMINGO PARK NEIGHBORHOOD-PHASE II DAVID MANCINI&SONS IN ASSOCIATION WITH A&P CONSULTING TRANSPORTATION ENGINEERS tE MIAMI BEACH . .^` ,\ — ��! ',, PUBLIC WORKS DEPARTMENT Ali HIGHWAY IMPROVEMENTS `' ' �k FLAMINGO PARK NEIGHBORHOOD r`�+, * �� PROPOSED ROADWAY IMPROVEMENTS ALONG 1 1 th STREET 1.„,,us:r' ,.a.a (FROM EAST OF ALTON RD. TO WEST OF JEFFERSON AVE. AND FROM EAST OF EUCLID AVE. TO WEST OF WASHINGTON AVE.) -- LOCATION OF PROJECT PROJECT LOCATION T LA 811. m ' men W7- =1 vArtobrshk11 . 1111®111111'°' GMit CITY OF MIAMI BEACH = _I 11 0 1U 11'I��11 1 INDEX OF DRAWINGS MAYOR: PHILIP LEVINE Op_� II''LiIII/II'II ( SHEET NO. SHEET DESCRIPTION COMMISSIONERS: RICKY ARRIOLA ��■,�1ULJa1t',�1=111 L KEY SHEET MICHAEL GRIECO _ , 2 ABBREVIATIONS&LEGENDS JOY MALAKOFF MICKY STEINBERG _ 111111 3-7 GENERAL NOTES KRISTEN ROSEN CONZALEZ =_D A-11050 Q 8-10 TYPICAL SECTION JOHN ELIZABETH ALEMAN —i--— ,III CITY MANAGER: JIMMY L. MORALES —_— —0--___ 4iii' 11-/2 PROJECT LAYOUT CITY ATTORNEY: RAUL J. AGUILA -- — ---- l3-23 ROADWAY PLAN ASSISTANT CITY MANAGER/ __—— —_--_— l ^ 24-30 CONSTRUCTION DETAILS DIRECTOR OF PUBLIC WORKS: ERIC CARPENTER, P.E. T^^ ^^m^^ 31-35 ALUMINUM PIPE GUIDERAIL DETAILS CITY ENGINEER: BRUCE A. MOWRY, Ph.D., P.E. LOCATION MAP N.T.S. 36-39 DRAINAGE DETAILS 40-41 STORMWATER POLLUTION PREVENTION PLAN NOTES INg MP eery C rp Transportation 42-44 TRAFFIC CONTROL DETOUR Engineers 1 Street Stele 10306 N.W.41 reel Suite 115 93- Mleml,FL 33178 (305)592-72831 fox(305)5931594 Vendor No..85-0770583 CA No.:EB-0007797 LEGEND ABBREVIATIONS STORM SEWER LEGEND ® CATCH BASIN TYPE'0' A.C.=ARTISTE CONCRETE FIR=FLOOR RED-REDUCER ® ELECTRICAL MANHOLE ARV=AIR RELEASE VALVE FP(..FLORIDA POWER AND LIGHT COMPANYREINF=REINFORCING 6 PROP.INLET TYPE 9 C—GUT WIRE AND ANCHOR ARCH=ARCHITECTURAL FT=FOOT/FEET RAN,RAY=RIGHT OF WAY B LIGHT POLE LOW LEVEL ASPH=ASPHALT END=FOUND RD=ROOF DRAIN S PROP.INLET TYPE 6 PALM AC=ASPHALTIC CONCRETE GSP=GALVANIZED STEEL PIPE TAN=TANGENT GAS=GAS UNE FTP.=TYPICAL ® PRP.INLET TYPE 5 • PARKING METER AVE=AVENUE GV=GATE CALVE -0-POWER POLE(EXISTING) BV=BALL VALVE GOD=GRADE =CENTRAL ANGLE ® STORM DRAINAGE MANHOLE BL=BASE LINE GRS=GRASS L=ABO LENGTH 0 PROP.STORM MANHOLE(ROUND) ® SANITARY SEWER MANHOLE BOAT=BAY DATUM GTR=GUTTER RCP=REINFORCE CONCRETE PIPE ✓ SIGN BSOUTH=BELLSOUTH HOPE=HIGH DENSITY POLYETHYLENE PIPE PVC=POLYVINYL CHLORIDE 0SIGNAL CONTROL PANEL BY=BENCHMARK HB=HOSE BIBB TS=TAPPING SLEEVE 0° PROP.STORM MANHOLE(SQUARE) 5 SIGNAL PEDESTRIAN BP=BID PACKAGE INV=INVERT P/=TAPPING VALVE IRR=IRRIGATION LINE TEL=TELEPHONE LINE OM B WIRING CPLILU3OX BLT=BLOCK JT=JOINT ® PROP.GRAVITY WELL N---b TRAFFIC SIGNAL,MAST ARM BOT=BOTTOM JB=JUNCTION BOX TEMP=TEMPORARY TEMPORARY - TELEPHONE POLE(EXISTING) BCC=BOTTOM OF CURB LYDSCP-LANDSCAPE TIN BENCHMARK o TELEPHONE MANHOLE BLDG=BUILDING LP=LIGHT POST THK=THICK TREE BEV=BUTTERFLY VALVE LF=LINEAR FOOT TLC=TOP OF CONCRETE 3 EXISTING FIRE HYDRANT CATV=CABLE TELEVISION MR=MANHOLE/MAINTENANCE ACCESS STRUCTURE TCO=TOP OF GRADE • EXISTING GAS VALVE CIP=CAST IRON PIPE MANUF=MANUFACTURER TOP=TOP OF PIPE - EXISTING VALVE CB=LA TCN BASIN MAX=MAXIMUM FM=SANITARY FORCE MAIN ® EXISITHG WATER METER BOX EL=CENTERLINE MhWL=MEAN HIGH WATER UNE SAN,SS=SANITARY SEWER LINE O CLEAN OUT CH.LF.=CHAIN LINK FENCE MOIL=MEAN LOW WATER LINE SECT=SECTION CHRT=CHARTER COYVNKATAJNS MSL=MEAN SEA LEVEL SHWA=5HOULDER (b FLAG POLEMTR=METER S0YK,SOUK=SIDEWALK 9 MAILBOX CO=CLEAN OUT MBOX=METER BOX N=NORTH ® MANHOLE UNKNOWN) C.B.S.=CONCRETE BLOCK STRUCTURE MIN=MINIMUM 5=SOUTH O MONITORING WELL COX.=CONCRETE NOVO=NATIONAL GEODETIC VERTICAL DATUM SE=SOUTH EAST 9 TELEPHONE CONST.=CONSTRUCTION N=NORTH SW=SOUTH WEST • SPRINKLER CONTR.=CONTRACTOR NE=NORTH EAST SPEC=SPECIFICATION STRUCTURE NUMBER CS=CONTROL STRICTURE NW=NORTH WEST STA=STATION SERVICE CABINET CMB=CORRUGATED METAL PIPE NC=NOT IN CONTRACT SWL=WALEe CABLE TV BOX ORB=CURB NTS=NOT CO SCALE WM=WATER MAIN ® BRICK CT=CCIRT No=NUMBER WWF=WELDED WIRE FABRIC DET=DETAIL OC=ON CENTER W=WEST r.,,.{CONCRETE DIA=DIAMETER OPNG=OPENING W/=WITH ®R//LUNG DIM=DIMENSION OH=OVERHEAD W/0=WITHOUT EXISTING GAS LINE OW=DRAINAGE WELL PVYT=PAVEMENT WP=WOOD POLE EXISTING ELECTRICAL LINE DAG=DRAWING RV=PER PLAT EXISTING FENCE LINE DIP=DUCTILE IRON PIPE TYP.=TYPICAL EA=EACH WF.=141100 FENCE ESYT=EASEMENT IF.=WROUGHT IRON FENCE E=EAST PC=POINT OF CURVATURE EOP=EWE OF PAVEMENT EL,ELEV.ELEVATION PRC=POINT OF REVERSE CURVE EGF=ENGINEER PT=POINT OF TANGENCY EQUIP A.EQUIPMENT PL.=PLANTER EXIST=EXISTING PEP=POLYETHYLENE PIPE EXP=EXPANSION ACCP=PRECAST CONCRETE CILINDER PIPE EXT CLT=EXTENSION COUAR P/(=PROPERTY LINE FIN=FINISH RAD=RADIUS FG=FINISH GRADE FEL=FINISH FLOOR ELEVATION FH=FIRE HYDRANT FTG=FITTING mEq pp. m44 ammo'mama..amaamet Ann L mamas 0;004 Ery...E1, No tllmu mMIAMIBEACH�� FLAMINGO PARK wP E _ � YET 2011 IN rwNW PU!LI eWORKS CQAR*IOR ABBREVASTONS&LEGENDS `n Io:.%fie�w arceu®e suMAwx,r. r -'- o,, Wr MIS 2°I M 01* 10 ,M n,r,M(XNW H lmWSlrnw yymrkeef •rfKW/TWNelov SURVEYOR'S NOTES&REPORT ARTICLE I MAP/REPORT OF TOPOGRAPHIC SURVEY: NO EXCAVATION OR DETERMINATION WAS MADE AS TO HON THE PROJECT AREA IS SEWED BY SEE SURVEY MAP/REPORT INCORPORATED HEREIN AND MADE A PART HEREOF Al REFERENCE.THE UTILITIES.SUBSURFACE UTILITIES,INCLUDING,BUT WITHOUT LIYITATMN TO PIPES,WIRES,VAULTS,BOXES, DATE OF COMPLETION OF ORIGINAL FIELD SURVEY(THE'SURVEY DATER IN CONNECTION WITH SAME DRAIN TILES°VOIDS,CABLES AND OTHER MATERIALS ANCILLARY TO THE DELIVERY AND/OR DISPOSAL OF WAS ON MARCH R,200. WATER,WASTEWATER,SEWAGE,ELECTRICITY,GAS,TELEPHONE SERVICE AND CABLE TELEVISION.AS THEY MAY EXIST WITHIN,UPON,ACROSS OR ABUTTING THE PROJECT AREA WERE NOT LOCATED AND ARE NOT ARTICLE II SHOWN.IN ADDITION,THE FOUNDATIONS OF THE EXISTING SURFACE STRUCTURES AS THEY MAY EXIST GENERAL DESCRIPTION OF PROJECT AREA: WITHIN,UPON,ACROSS OR ABUTTING THE PROJECT AREA WERE NOT LOCATED.THIS NOTICE IS REWIRED THE PROJECT AREA CONSISTS OF PUBLC RIGHTS OF WAY IN A GEOGRAPHIC AREA DESIGNATED AS BY THE'MINIMUM TECHNICAL STANDARDS FOR LAND SURVEYING IN THE STATE OF FLORIDA:PURSUANT THE'FLAMINGO COMMUNITY'BT THE CITY OF MIAMI BEACH.THESE RIGHTS OF WAY ARE CONTAINED IN SECTION 3,TOWNSHIP 53 SOUTH,RANGE 42 EAST,IN THE CITY OF MIAMI BEACH,MIAMI-DADE COUNTY, TO RULE 600-6 OF THE FLORIDA ADMINISTRATIVE CODE. FLORIDA,AND ARE GENERALLY DESCRIBED AS FOLLOWS: SUBSURFACE SOIL CONDITIONS WERE NOT DETERMINED,AS THIS FALLS OUTSIDE THE PURVIEW OF THIS INA STREET,FROM JEFFERSON AVE.TO EUCLID AVE. SURVEY.THESE CONDITIONS MAY INCLUDE THE DETERMINATION OF WETLANDS,FILLED-IN AREAS, GEOLCG1CAL/ARCHEOLCGICAL CONDITIONS OR POSSIBLE CONTAMINATION BY HAZARDOUS LIQUID OR SOLID ART&yF III WASTE THAT MAY OCCUR WITHIN,UPON,ACROSS,ABUTTING OR ADJACENT TO THE PROJECT AREA. SOURCES OF DATA: THE GENERAL DESCRIPTOR OF THE PROJECT AREA WAS GENERATED FROM THE UNDERLYING PLATS WELL-IDENTIFIED FEATURES AS DEPICTED ON THE SURVEY MAP WERE MEASURED TO AN ESTIMATED OF RECORD AND IS TO BE USED FOR REFERENCE ONLY.IN ADDITION,THE FOLLOWING SOURCES OF HORIZONTAL POSITIONAL ACCURACY OF I/O FOOT. DATA WERE USED TO THE EXTENT REWIRED TO COMPLETE THIS SURVEY IN A DEFENSIBLE MATTER,THAT IS TO SAY: THE ELEVATIONS OF WELL-IDENTIFIED FEATURES AS DEPICTED ON THE SURVEY MAP WERE MEASURED THE FOLLOWING PLATS OF RECORD ON FILE WITH THE OFFICE OF THE CLERK OF THE CIRCUIT TO AN ESTIMATED VERTICAL POSITIONAL ACCURACY OF 1/10 FOOT FOR NATURAL GROUND SURFACES AND COURT OF MIAMI-DACE COUNTY,FLORIDA) I/IW FOOT FOR HAROSCAPE SURFACES. 'OCEAN BEACH,FLORIDA ADDITION No.3'RECORDED IN PUT BOOK 2 AT PAGE W. NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT SUNSHINE STATE ONE CALL OF FLORIDA,INC.MUST BE CONTACTED AT I-800-432-4770 AT LEAST 48 HOURS IN ADVANCE OF ANY CONSTRUCTION,EXCAVATION OR DEMOLITION BEARINGS AS SHOWN HEREON REFER TO A CALCULATED BEARING OF NORTH 88 DEGREES W MINUTES ACTIVITY WITHIN,UPON,ABUTTING OR ADJACENT TO THE PROJECT AREA.THIS NOTICE IS GIVEN IN 48 SECONDS EAST ALONG THE CENTERLINE 9 STREET.FOR THE PURPOSE OF THIS SURVEY,THIS COMPLIANCE WITH THE'UNDERGROUND FACILITY DAMAGE PREVENTION AND SAFETY ACT:PURSUANT TO MAY BE CONSIDERED A WELL-MONUMENTED AND IDENTIFIED LINE AS DELINEATED ON THE SURVEY CHAPTER 556JO1-IIIOF THE FLORIDA STATUTES. MAP. THE FOLLOWING BENCHMARKS WERE USED FOR VERTICAL CONTROL OF THE PROJECT: AS THE SURVEY WAS LIMITED TO THE LOCATION OF SURFACE TOPOGRAPHY WITHIN THE PROJECT AREA, THE ABUTTING INTERIOR LOTS CREATED BY THE PLATS THAT FELL OUTSIDE THE RIGHT OF WAY ARE BENCHMARK,SET NAIL 8 DISC,LB1166B0,EL.=I4B9, SHOWN FOR INFORMATIONAL PURPOSES ONLY. N:527282.495 E:939618477 ARTICLE V BENCHMARK,SET NAIL 8 DISC,0346680,EL.I918, BOUNDARY INCONSISTENCIES: N:527354475 E:940012453 THIS SURVEY AND THE RESULTING SURVEY MAP THEREFROM WAS PREPARED FOR THE TOPOGRAPHIC N ,SET NAIL 0 DISC,!846680.EL=2226. DEPICTION AND THE CAPTURE OF HORIZONTAL AND VERTICAL SPATIAL DATA WITHIN THE PROJECT AREA. N::52HMARK59365.902 Et 9903509DEPICTIONA5 SUCH,SAID SURVEY GOES REPRESENT A FIELD TOPOGRAPHIC SURVEY OF THE TRACTS,BLOCKS, BENCHMARK,SET NAIL 8 DISC,L846680,EL.=2520, RIGHT-OF-WAYS AND OTHER JURISDICTIONAL LINES THAT MAY LIE WITHIN,UPON,ACROSS,ABUTTING OR N:52732495 Er 940783.215 ADJACENT TO THE PROJECT AREA.ALTHOUGH A BOUNDARY SURVEY WAS NOT PERFORMED.CLOSED GEOMETRIC FIGURES WERE MEASURED IN THE FIELD AND MATHEMATICALLY VERIFIED IN A MANNER BENCHMARK,SET NAIL 8 DISC,LB46680,EL.=2.760, CONSISTENT WITH SURVEYS FOR COMMERCIAL/HIGH RISK URBAN AREAS. N:526876.02£:940740.295 ARTICLE VI ELEVATIONS AS SHOWN ON THE BENCHMARK REFERENCES ABOVE,TOGETHER WITH THE SPOT APPARENT PHYSICAL USE: ELEVATIONS SHOWN ON THE SURVEY MAPS ARE BASED ON THE NORTH AMERICAN VERTICAL DATUM 588(NAND 19881 THE PROJECT AREA CONSISTS OF A POBLCALLY USED ROADWAY,AND CONTAINS PAVEMENTS°WALKWAYS, THE PROJECT AREA APPEARS TO LIE WITHIN FOOD ZONE'AE:BASE FLOOD ELEVATION+8.0 FEET, UTILITIES AND OTHER FACILITIES COW:CBE TO PUBLIC TRAFFIC,PEDESTRIAN AND UTILITY USE.THE AS DEFINED BY THE UNITED STATES FEDERAL EMERGENCY MANAGEMENT AGENCY FLOOD INSURANCE CHARACTER,LOCATION AND RELATIONSHIP OF THE FACILITIES WITHIN THE PROJECT AREA ARE AS MORE RATE MAPS,COMMUNITY PANEL NUMBER 1D065I-0319-L,INDEX LAST REVISED SEPTEMBER II,2009. FULLY SHOW ON THE SURVEY MAP. ARTICLE IV THESE MEASUREMENTS AND EXAMINATIONS WERE PERFORMED UNDER MY DIRECT SUPERVISION AND IN MY LIMITATIONS: PROFESSIONAL JUDGMENT°EVERY ATTEMPT WAS MADE TO LOCATE THE DATA IN QUESTION USING THE STANDARD OF CARE FOR SURVEYING AND MAPPING IN THESE MATTERS.SUBJECT TO THE LIMITATIONS AS SINCE NO OTHER INFORMATION OTHER THAN WHAT IS CITED IN THE SOURCES OF DATA WERE SET FORTH IN THIS SURVEY MAP AND REPORT. FURNISHED,THE CLIENT IS HEREBY ADVISED THAT THERE MAY BE LEGAL RESTRICTIONS ON THE PROJECT AREA THAT ARE NOT SHOWN ON THE SURVEY MAP OR CONTAINED WITHIN THIS REPORT THAT MAY BE FOUND IN THE PUBLIC RECORDS OF MIAMI-DADE COUNTY,THE CITY OF MIAMI BEACH,OR THE RECORDS OF ANY OTHER PUBLIC AND PRIVATE ENTITIES AS THEIR JURISDICTIONS MAY APPEAR.THE SURVEYOR MAKES NO REPRESENTATION AS TO OWNERSHIP OR POSSESSION OF THE PROJECT AREA BY ANY ENTITY OR INDIVIDUAL WHO MAY APPEAR OF PUBLIC RECORD. •MIAMIBEACH 1n00. APS ,,, °` _ ff 1. ..FLAMINGO PARK .... to regvn- I, !MMC worn OQ4[TnR" GENERAL NOTES `n�1.'"a®�..r"y��M rac am NNW ease I° 44 u.+ s°lr !]4117 2.A1.11 IN M.N..n.,4001::strat-sunings N.NN.H WMrIWW101)np ARTICLE VII GENERAL PAVING&GRADING NOTES: EASEMENTS AND ENCUMBRANCES: I.ALL APPLICABLE PERMITS MUST BE OBTAINED PRIOR TO COMMENCEMENT OF CONSTRUCTION. NO INFORMATION WAS PROVIDED AS TO THE EXISTENCE OF ANY EASEMENTS OR OPERATING 2.ALL MATERIALS AND CONSTRUCTOR UNDER THIS PROJECT SHALL BE IN STRICT ACCORDANCE WITH THE RESTRICTIONS WITHIN THE PROJECT AREA.PLEASE REFER TO THE LIMITATIONS PORTION REQUIREMENTS OF THE CITY OF MIAMI BEACH,PUBLIC WORKS DEPARTMENT. IARTICLE MOF THIS REPORT WITH RESPECT TO POSSIBLE RESTRICTIONS OF RECORD AND UTILITY SERVICES. 3.THE LOCATIONS AND ELEVATIONS OF EXISTING UTILITIES AS SHOWN ON THE APPROVED PLANS ARE TO BE VERIFIED ARTICLE VIII IN THE FIELD BY THE CONTRACTOR.THE CONTRACTOR SHALL NOTIFY THE ENGINEER OF ANY DISCREPANCY OR CLIENT INFORMATION: VARIATION FROM THE APPROVED DRAWINGS. THIS TOPOGRAPHIC SURVEY AND THE SURVEY MAP AND REPORT RESULTING THEREFROM WERE PREPARED AT THE INSISTENCE OF AND ARE CERTIFIED.TO: 4.THE CONTRACTOR SHALL BE RESPONSIBLE AT ALL TIMES THROUGHOUT THE DURATION OF CONSTRUCTION FOR THE PROTECTION OF EXISTING AND NEWLY INSTALLED UTILITIES AND IMPROVEMENTS FROM DAMAGE,DISRUPTION OF AAP CONSULTING SERVICE,OR DESTRUCTION.THE CONTRACTOR SHALL BE RESPONSIBLE FOR TAKING NECESSARY MEASURES TO PROTECT TRANSPORTATION ENGINEERS THE HEALTH,SAFETY,AND WELFARE OF THOSE PERSONS HAVING ACCESS TO THE WORK SITE. /0305 N.W.NSI STREET,SUITE NN.IIS LORAL,FLORIDA 33178 PHONEX3051592-7283 FAX0J051593-1591 5.THE CONTRACTOR SHALL MAINTAIN A CURRENT APPROVED SET OF CONSTRUCTION PLANS ON SITE.THE PLANS ARE TO BE MADE AVAILABLE TO THE ENGINEERING INSPECTOR OF THE CITY OF MIAMI BEACH OR HIS DESIGNEE UPON ARTICLE IX REQUEST. SURVEYORNOTES: 6.THE CONTRACTOR SHALL PROVIDE ACCESS AND ASSISTANCE TO THE CITY ENGINEER OR HIS DESIGNEE TO MAKE -THIS ISNOT A BOUNDARY SOWER -CROSS-SECTION ELEVATIONS WERE PERFORMED. INSPECTIONS,AS NECESSARY.CORING CONSTRUCTOR. -RIGHT-CF-WAY,BLOCKS,LOTS AND STREET CENTERLINES WERE NOT FIELD VERIFIED. -THE PURPOSE OF THIS TOPOGRAPHIC SURVEY IS TO DEPICT THE ACTUAL CONDITIONS OF T.NO DEVIATION FROM APPROVED PLANS SHALL BE PERMITTED WITHOUT THE WRITTEN CONSENT OF THE ENGINEER OR THE SITE AS THEY EXIST AS OF MARCH IT,200. HIS DESIGNEE. NOTICE:NOT VALID WITHOUT THE SIGNATURE AND ORIGINAL RAISED SEAL OF A FLORIDA LICENSED SURVEYOR AND MAPPER.ADDITIONS OR DELETIONS TO SURVEY MAPS AND REPORTS B.CONTRACTOR MUST CALL CITY OF MIAMI BEACH,PUBLIC WORKS DEPARTMENT TO OBTAIN A RIGHT OF WAY PERMIT AND BY OTHER THAN THE SIGNING PARTY OR PARTIES ARE PROHIBITED WITHOUT THE WRITTEN ARRANGE A PRE-CONSTRUCTION MEETING 48 HORS PRIOR TO START ON CONSTRUCTION. CONSENT OF THE SIGNING PARTY OR PARTIES.THIS SURVEYOR'S REPORT,CERTIFICATE MO SURVEY MAPS CONSISTS OF SHEETS.EACH SHEET AS INCORPORATED THEREIN SHALL NOT 9.ENGINEERING PERSONNEL WILL INSPECT ALL FACILITIES APPROVED BY THEIR OFFICE.ALL OTHER REQUIREMENTS OF BE CONSIDERED FULL,VALID AND COMPLETE UNLESS ATTACHED TO THE OTHERS.THIS THE PERMITTING AGENCIES SHALL BE IN ACCORDANCE WITH THEIR STANDARDS. NOTICE IS REWIRED BY RULE SJ-P.05 OF THE FLORIDA ADMINISTRATIVE CODE. IO.TRENCH EXCAVATIONS IN EXCESS OF 5 FEET DEEP SHALL COMPLY WITH THE TRENCH SAFETY ACT AS PER 0.5.11A. STANDARD 29 CFR 5926.650 SUBPART P IN STATUTES.THE TRENCHES AND DITCHES SHALL BE PROTECTED IN GENERAL DEMOLITION NOTES ACCORDANCE WITH RULE 385 13.02 FAC AND 6A-I1)95)21. I. REMOVE ALL EXISTING HAROSCAPE WITHIN AREAS OF PROPOSED IMPROVEMENTS IDENTIFIED ON PLANS,UNLESS II.ERECTER OR INSTALLATION OF APPROPRIATE SAFETY AND WARNING DEVICES SHALL BE REWIRED CORING THE COURSE OF CONSTRUCTION.SAID DEVICES SHALL BE IN ACCORDANCE WITH THE REQUIREMENTS OF THE FLORIDA DEPARTMENT OTHERWISE NOTED. OF TRANSPORTATION'S'MANUAL ON TRAFFIC CONTROL AND SAFETY PRACTICES'AND THE MIAMI-DARE COUNTY PUBLIC 2. REVIEW ALL PLANS IN THIS SET TO DETERMINE SCOPE OF WORK PRIOR TO BEGINNING DEMOLITION. WORKS MANUAL. 3. DEMOLITION SHALL OCCUR ONLY IN LIMITS OF CONTRACT. THE WORD'REMOVE'SHALL NEM THE SAME AS 'REMOVE MATERIAL AND PROPERLY DISPOSE OF OFF-SITE.' 12.PLANS MO SPECIFICATIONS REWIRE THAT COMPACTED BACKFILL BE PLACED ALONGSIDE OF MD OVER ALL UTILITIES. 4. SEE ROADWAY PLAN&PROFILE FOR EXTENT OF SIDEWALKS AND CURBING TO BE REMOVED.SAWCUT ALONG ALL THE ENGINEER REWIRES THAT COMPACTION TESTS BE TAKEN TO VERIFY BACKFILL COMPACTION.THE COST OF SUCH COMPACTION TESTS WILL BE BORNE BY THE CITY.THE RETESTING COST,WE TO FAILURE OF THE COMPACTION TEST, BUILDING FACADES MD WHERE EXISTING FACADE EXTENDS OVER EXISTING CONCRETE. WILL BE PAID BY THE CONTRACTOR. 5. CONTRACTOR TO PROTECT ALL BUILDING FACADES WRING DEMOLITION AND CONSTRUCTION.CONTRACTOR RESPONSIBLE TO REPLACE OR RESTORE ANY WILDING FACADE DAMAGED WRING CONSTRUCTION TO ORIGINAL 13.WORK PERFORMED UNDER THIS PROJECT WILL NOT BE CONSIDERED COMPLETE UNTIL THE FOLLDMING WCUMENTS ARE CONDITION INCLUDING WALLS AND FENCES. RECEIVED BY THE CITY OF MIAMI BEACH,PUBLIC WORKS DEPARTMENT. 6. ALL UTILITIES TO REMAIN UNLESS SPECIFICALLY NOTED OTHERWISE.RELOCATION OF ANY UTIUTY TO BE COORDINATED WITH RESPECTIVE UTILITY COMPANY MO THE CITY OF MIAMI BEACH. A.CONTRACTOR'S,SUBCONTRACTOR'S AND SUPPLIER'S WAIVER AND RELEASE OF LIEN. T. GENERAL CONTRACTOR SHALL REMOVE,STORE,PROTECT,AND RE-INSTALL ALL ITEMS ON PLANS TO BE RE-USED. B.CONTRACTOR'S LETTER OF WARRANTY(I.E.LETTER OF AGREEMENT). C.'AS WILT'-FOUR(410RIGINALS 22'X31'&II"X17.SIGNED AND SEALED BY A FLORIDA REGISTERED LAND 8. ALL UTILITIES,MANHOLES,VALVES,GRATINGS,ELECTRICAL BOXES,METERS,FIRE HYDRANTS,AND DRAINAGE SURVEYOR SHOEING SPECIFIC LLCATON,DEPTH,ETC.O`ALL CITY FACILITIES TOGETHER WITH A DIGITAL COPT IN STRUCTURES TO REMAIN(UNLESS OTHERWISE NOTED),ADJUSTED TO GRADE,UNLESS OTHERWISE NOTED. AUTOCAD LAST VERSION 2016 OF THE'AS-WILT'DRAWINGS USING STATE PLANE FLORIDA EAST F/PS OA]/FEET 9.THE CONTRACTOR SHALL USE A STREET SWEEPER(USING WATERT OR OTHER EWIPMENT CAPABLE OF CONTROLLING MAP 1983(FEET). AND REMOVING DUST.APPROVAL OF THE USE OF SUCH EWIPMENT IS CONTINGENT UPON ITS DEMONSTRATED ABILITY TO CO THE WORK. IA.THESE PLANS ARE PREPARED FROM UTILITY INFORMATION OF PREVIOS AND RECENT AVAILABLE RECORDS.THE 10. THE CONTRACTOR IS RESPONSIBLE FOR KEEPING EXISTING AND NEW INLETS CLEAN OF MILLING MATERIAL,UMEROCK, DESIGNER IS NOT LIABLE FOR ANY UTILITY CONFLICTS AND UNKNOWNS THAT ARE DISCOVERED WRING CONSTRUCTION. DEBRIS,ETC.WRING THE CONSTRUCTION.CONTRACTOR HOST COMPLY WITH STATE AND COUNTY STANDARDS. CONTRACTOR SHALL FIELD VERIFY EXISTING UTILITIES.IN CASE THAT A CONFLICT ARISES,THE ENGINEER OF II. CONTRACTOR TO MAINTAIN ACCESSIBILITY MD UNITERRUPTED SERVICES AT ALL TIME. RECORDS OR HIS DESIGNEE SHALL BE INFORMED TO MAKE THE APPROPRIATE DESIGN CHANGES. mMIAMIBEACH FLAMINGO PARK 444444•44z...*anwnm�r .c =eoa srmn ; VaNsen nm:an was AP= ,.",A ANA ,,. - PUBLIC vwO�R0OI �R GENERAL NOTES �I&r�,v�`.` onwvMsew�wwnr.n.o .K..01 NE� Rama '.vroa+w n.,.,✓.L'IWMre 44,a 44 w IMIW.'ro.nxr w`AlA'Tnro:.ou IS.FOR SPECIFICATIONS,PLEASE REFER TO THE CITY OF MIAMI BEACH PUBLIC WORKS MANUAL. 33.ALL SIGNING MO PAVEMENT MARKINGS INSTALLED AS PART OF THESE PLANS SHALL CONFORM TO THE LATEST EDITION OF (U.WE TO SOIL CONDITIONS,HIGH WATER TABLE MO PROTECTION OF ROA WAY,UTILITIES AND EXISTING LANDSCAPING.SCORING THE FEDERAL HIGHWAY ADMINISTRATION(FRAYA)MANUAL OF UNIFORM TRAFFIC CONTROL DEVICES FOR STREETS MO WILL BE REWIRED FOR TRENCH AND STRUCTURE CONSTRUCTION.THE CONTRACTOR SHALL SUBMIT THE PROPOSED METHOD HIGHWAYS,FLORIDA DEPARTMENT OF TRANSPORTATION DESIGN STANDARDS.ALL SIGN PANELS SHALL BE FABRICATED TO OF CONSTRUCTION TO THE ENGINEER FOR APPROVAL AT THE PRECONSTRUCTION MEETING. COMPLY WITH THE LATEST EDITION OF THE FEDERAL HIGHWAY MO ADMINISTRATION STANDARD HIGHWAY SIGNS. IT.CONTRACTOR SHALL BE RESPONSIBLE FOR INSTALLING TURBIDITY BARRIER AT ALL OUTFALLS SUBJECT TO POTENTIAL 34.MATCH EXISTING PAVEMENT MARKINGS AT THE BEGINNING AND THE END OF THE PROJECT WITHOUT.OGS OR OFFSETS. DISCHARGE WRING CONSTRUCTION.SEE FOOT INDEX No 104.CONTRACTOR SHALL BE RESPONSIBLE FOR FULL KNOWLEDGE OF ALL APPLICABLE REGULATOR/REQUIREMENTS AND CORRECT ANY SILTATION OR OTHER DAMAGE TO THE DRAINAGE SYSTEM. 35.INCORRECTLY PLACED/THERMOPLASTIC OU PAINT MARKINGS OVER ASPHALT PAVEMENT WILL BE REMOVED BI MILLING AND REPLACING THE ASPHALT PAVEMENT A MINIMUM WIDTH OF lB IN.AT THE CONTRACTOR'S EXPENSE,THE ENGINEER MAY M. CONTRACTOR SHALL PROVIDE MAINTENANCE OF TRAFFIC WRING CONSTRICTION IN ACCORDANCE WITH ALL STATE,COUNTY MD APPROVE AN ALTERNATE METHOD IF IT CAN BE DEMONSTRATED TO COMPLETELY REMOVE THE MARKINGS WITHOUT DAMAGING LOCAL REQUIREMENTS. THE ASPHALT. IS. WHEN POWER POLES ARE ADJACENT TO ANY PROPOSED UTILITY,THE CONTRACTOR SHALL PROVIDE PROPER SHORING OR 36.WHERE NEW PAVEMENT MEETS EXISTING PAVEMENT,SAW WT EXISTING PAVEMENT TO CREATE UNIFORM TRANSITION. OTHER SUITABLE SUPPORT WRING CONSTRUCTION.THE SHORING AND SUPPORT METHODS SHALL BE APPROVED BY THE MATCH EXISTING GRADES FLUSH. UTILITY COMPANY ENGINEERING DEPARTIMENT. 37.ALL CONCRETE SIDEWALKS SHALL BE CAST IN PLACE,AS PER MIAMI BEACH PUBLIC WORKS APPROVED MIX DESIGNS. 20. ALL DEFECTIVE WORK NOT ACCEPTED OR THE ENGINEER OR HIS DESIGNEE,OR BY ANY GOVERNMENT PERMITTING AGENCY SHALL BE IMMEDIATELY REPAIRED BY THE CONTRACTOR AT THE CONTRACTOR'S EXPENSE. 38.THE FINAL LGCATON OF PRIVATE LANDSCAPING HEDGES,PALMS AND TREES ALONG THE PROJECT,WHICH ARE BEING IMPACTED BY CONSTRUCTION ACTIVITIES.WILL BE COORDINATED BY THE CONTRACTOR WITH THE PROPERTY OWNERS. 6. CONTRACTOR SHALL CONTACT PWD TO INSPECT METERS AND SAXES AHEAD OF CONSTRUCTION TO DETERMINE WHETHER REPLACEMENT IS NECESSARY. 39.CONCRETE PAVERS AT CROSSWALKS ARE TO BE BUCK/WHITE BANDED.(REFER TO CITY OF MIAMI BEACH STANDARD DETAILS RS26 AND RS32,PACE 34 or 79 FOR ADDITIONAL DETAILS) 22. ELEVATIONS ON PLANS REFER TO THE NORTH AMERICAN VERTICAL DATUM O.688(NAVW9). 23. THE CONTRACTOR SHALL BE GOVERNED BY THE LATEST APPLICABLE PORTIONS OF THE F.O.O.T.DESIGN STANDARDS,AND TIRI,LI•T I,N ER TION NT . THE F.D.O.T.STANDARD SPECIFICATIONS FOR ROAD AND BRIOGE CONSTRUCTION AND SUPPLEMENTS THERE TO IF NOTED IN I. LOCATORS OF EXISTING UNDERGROUND UTIUTIES WERE OBTAINED FROM AVAILABLE RECORDS.NEITHER THE CITY NOR THE SPECIAL PROVISIONS FOR THIS PROJECT, ENGINEER OF RECORD(EOM ASSUMES ANY RESPONSIBILITY FOR UTILITIES NOT SHORN OR NOT LOCATED WHERE SHOWN.THE EXACT LOCATION SHALL BE DETERMINED BY THE CONTRACTOR.CONTRACTOR SHALL PROVIDE THE CONSULTANT INFORMATION 24. THE CONTRACTOR SHALL NOTIFY THE UTILITY COMPANIES IN THE PROJECT AREA BEFORE THE START OF CONSTRUCTION. ON ALL FIELD VERIFICATION MEASUREMENTS AS SPECIFIED.IF AN EXISTING UTILITY IS FOUND TO CONFLICT WITH THE SEE THE UTILITY CONTACT INFORMATION TABLE FOR CONTACT NUMBERS. PROPOSED CONSTRUCTION UPON EXCAVATION,THE CONTRACTOR SHALL IMMEDIATELY NOTIFY THE ENGINEER OF RECORD SO THAT APPROPRIATE MEASURES CAN BE TAKEN. 25. ANY DAMAGED PUBLIC OR PRIVATE PROPERTY BY THE CONTRACTOR SHALL BE RESTORED TO PREEXISTING CONDITIONS OR BETTER AT NO EXPENSE TO THE OWNER. 2. THE CONTRACTOR SHALL TAKE ALL PRECAUTIONARY MEASURES TO PROTECT EXISTING UTILITIES WHETHER SHORN OR NOT. 26. ALL CONSTRUCTION DEBRIS SHALL BE PROPERLY DISPOSED OF OFFSITE AT THE CONTRACTOR'S EXPENSE. 3. ALL EXISTING UTILITIES SHALL BE MAINTAINED IN SERVICE WRING CONSTRUCTOR UNLESS APPROVED OTHERWISE IN WRITING BY THE UTILITY OWNERS. 27. PRIOR TO THE START OF CONSTRUCTION,THE CONTRACTOR SHALL COMPLY WITH FLORIDA STATUTE 55385)FOR THE PROTECT/ON OF UNDERGROUND GAS LINES. 4. ALL ELEVATIONS SHOWN IN THE CONSTRUCTION DRAWINGS ARE BASED ON NORTH AMERICAN VERTICAL DATUM(NAVD)129, 28.ERECTION OR INSTALLATION OF APPROPRIATE SAFETY MO WARNING DEVICES SHALL BE REWIRED WRING THE COURSE OF UNLESS OTHERWISE SPECIFIED.A COPY OF THE SITE SPECIFIC SURVEY SHORING THE PROJECT BENCHMARKS WILL BE CONSTRUCTION.SAID DEVICES SHALL BE IN ACCORDANCE WITH THE REQUIREMENTS OF THE FLORIDA DEPARTMENT OF PROVIDED UPON REQUEST. TRANSPORTATION'S'MANUAL OF TRAFFIC CONTPOL MD SAFETY PRACTICES'AND THE MIAMI-DADS COUNTY PUBLIC WORKS 5. CONTRACTOR SHALL CONTACT ALL UTILITY COMPANIES PRIOR TO CONSTRUCTION.CONTRACTOR SHALL PROTECT ALL UTIUTIES MANUAL. AND OTHER PROPERTY. 29.ALL EXISTING UTIUTIES,MAN HOLE COVERS,ELECTRICAL WOES,VALVE PDXES,METER WOES,DRAINAGE STRUCTURES.ETC. N. ALL DEVIATIONS FROM PLANS ARE TO BE APPROVED BY OR IN WRITING PRIOR TO CONSTRUCTION ANO FOR ALL WITHIN PROPOSED AREAS OF IMPROVEMENTS SHALL BE ADJUSTED TO GRADE ELEVATION,UNLESS OTHERWISE NOTED. INSPECTIONS AND TESTING. 30.CONTRACTOR SHALL REPLACE ALL UTILITY PDXES/COVERS DAMAGED WRING CONSTRICTION.CONTRACTOR SHALL NOTE THE T. THE CONTRACTOR SHALL BE RESPONSIBLE AT ALL TIMES THROUGHOUT THE WRATON OF CONSTRICTION FOR THE CONDITION OF WATER METER WOES BEFORE STARTING WORK.IF EXISTING WATER METER BOXES ARE DAMAGED.CONTACT PROTECTION OF EXISTING AND NEWLY INSTALLED UTILITIES AND IMPROVEMENTS FROM DAMAGES.DISRUPTOR OF SERVICE THE CITY OF MIAMI BEACH FOR REPLACEMENT. OR DESTRUCTION.THE CONTRACTOR SHALL BE RESPONSIBLE FOR TARING SUCH MEASURES AS NECESSARY TO PROTECT THE 3I. CONTRACTOR SHALL USE A STREET SWEEPER RISING WATER)OR OTHER EQUIPMENT CAPABLE OF CONTROLLING AND REMOVING HEALTH,SAFETY AND WELFARE OF THOSE PERSONS HAVING ACCESS TO THE WORK SITE. DUST.APPROVAL OF THE USE OF SUCH EQUIPMENT IS CONTINGENT UPON ITS DEMONSTRATED ABILITY TOW THE WORK. B. EXISTING SECTION CORNERS AND OTHER LAND MARKERS OR MONUMENTS LOCATED WITHIN PROPOSED CONSTRUCTOR ARE TO BE MAINTAINED BY THE CONTRACTOR AND/OR RESET AFTER CONSTRUCTION UNDER CERTIFICATION BI A FLORIDA 32.THE COLOR OF THE DETECTABLE WARNINGS ON CONCRETE OF COLORS OTHER THAN MIAMI BEACH RED.COORDINATE WITH REGISTERED SURVEYOR. THE PUBLIC WORKS DEPARTMENT FOR APPROPRIATE COLOR AND CONTRAST. NOM mMIAMIBEACH � P�W AP AI CrnenoTen•M � E ,�� • "'• 1.22. �..� MUM WON=DEPARTMENT mearnmur �„ 6=I 44,,F Ali Ms/IDLY PAPIJ www✓M.IN.=RR Rr.W+lwryr wWwroanne.N.nscvNroWzow 9. THE EXISTING ELEVATIONS SHOWN HEREIN ARE FOR THE PURPOSE OF INDICATING THE GROUND ELEVATION ONLY AT THE 24.AFTER PIPES.STRUCTURES.AND OTHER APPURTENANCES HAVE BEEN INSTALLED.THE TRENCH OR OPENING SHALL BE POSITION SHORN AND IN NO WAY SHOULD INDICATE ELEVATION AT ANY OTHER POINT OTHER THAN THAT SHOWN. BACKFILLED WITH MATERIAL IN CONFORMANCE WITH THE SPECIFICATIONS AND PROJECTS JURISDK:TIONAL REQUIREMENTS. 10. THE CONTRACTOR SHALL PROVIDE MAINTENANCE OF TRAFFIC(NDTI AND TRAFFIC CONTROL PLANS FOR ANY WORK PERFORMED 25.IN AREAS WHERE NO PAVEMENT IS TO BE CONSTRUCTED.THE BACKFILL ABOVE THE TWELVE INCH ABOVE THE PIPE SHALL ON PUBLIC RIGHT-OF-WAY.NOTIFY TO APPROPRIATE JURISDICTION 49 HOURS PRIOR TO CONSTRUCTION.NOT AND TRAFFIC BE COMPACTED TO A FIRMNESS APPROXIMATELY EQUAL TO THAT OF THE SOIL ADJACENT TO THE PIPE TRENCH. CONTROL PLANS MUST BE APPROVED BY APPLICABLE JURISDICTIONS PRIOR TO CONSTRUCTION. 26.CONTRACTOR SHALL BE RESPONSIBLE FOR PROVIDING REQUIRED SAFETY BARRIER AND PROTECTIVE STEEL PLATE II. ORI/NAL BOUNOARY AND TOPOGRAPHIC INFORMATION SHOWN ON THE PLANS ARE TAKEN FROM SURVEY PREPARED BY FR. COVERINGS FOR OPEN TRENCHES. ALEMAN ASSOCIATES,INC.TOPOGRAPHIC INFORMATION WAS UPDATED BY RICO FILLIPELLI,P,LS.AND LONGITUDE SURVEYING AFTER THE IMPROVEMENTS ALONG CRESPI BLVD.WAS COMPLETED. 27.SOIL BOR/NG INFORMATION WILL BE PROVIDED TO THE CONTRACTOR.THE SOIL BORING DATA PROVIDED IS FOR THE CONTRACTOR'S INFORMATION.THE EON DOES NOT MAKE ANY REPRESENTATION REGARDING EXISTING SUBSOIL CONDITIONS. 12.ALL WATER BOX,COMMUNICATION BOX,CABLE TV BOX,ETC.DAMAGED BY AND DURING CONSTRUCTION OF PROPOSED IMPROVEMENTS SHALL BE REPLACED WITH IDENTICAL OR BETTER WITH DECONENTED UTILITY OWNER SATISFACTION. 28.REFER TO PROJECT'S GEOTECHNICAL ENGINEERING REPORT(AS PREPARED BY NES,UNCI FOR INFORMATION RELATING TO SUBSURFACE SOIL PROPERTIES WITHIN THE PROJECT LIMITS. 13.THE WORDS'NEW.,'PROPOSED','INSTALL','PROVIDE',OR WORDS WITH SIMILAR NEARING.ON ANT PART OF THESE CONSTRUCTION DOCUMENTS,SHALL BE INTERPRETED,UNLESS OTHERWISE SPECIEICALLY STATED.TO MEAN'FURNISHING AND 29.ALL MATERIALS AND CONSTRICTION UNDER TN/S PROJECT SHALL BE IN STRICT ACCORDANCE WITH THE REQUIREMENTS OF INSTALL COMPLETE IN PLACE AND READ/FOR SERVICE'. THE PUBLIC WORKS DEPARTMENT,CITY OF MIAMI BEACH. 14. THE CONTRACTOR SHALL REMOVE ALL MUCK,YIELDING MATER/AL ROOTS,VEGETATION AND OTHER DEGRADABLE MATERIAL IN 30.THE LOCATIONS AND ELEVATIONS OF EXISTING UTILITIES AS SHOWN ON THE APPROVED PUNS ARE TO BE VERIFIED IN THE ITS ENTIRETY,WITHIN THE EXCAVATED TRENCH WIDTH.SAID MATER/AL SHALL BE REPLACED WITH CLEAN ORGANIC FREE FIELD BY THE CONTRACTOR.THE CONTRACTOR SHALL.NOTIFY EOR ANY DISCREPANCY OR VARIATION FROM THE DRAWINGS. MATER/AL. 3/. THE CONTRACTOR SHALL BE RESPONSIBLE AT ALL TIMES THROUGHOUT THE!%/RATION OF CONSTRUCTION FOR THE IS.WITH ROCKS SMALLER THAN THREE INCHES IN DIAMETER COMPACTED TO NOT LESS THAN 950 DENSITY AT OPTIMUM PROTECTOR OF EXISTING AND NEWLY INSTALLED UTILITIES.STORM DRAINAGE INFRASTRUCTURE AND IMPROVEMENTS FROM MOISTURE.AASHTO-TIDO METHOD'D'WITH MAX/MUM LIFTS OF TWELVE INCHES COMPACTED THICKNESS. DAMAGE,DISRUPTION OF SERVICE,OR DESTRUCTION RESULTING FROM THE CONSTRICTION ACTIVITY OR NEGLIGENCE.THE CONTRACTOR SHALL BE RESPONSIBLE FOR TAKING SUCH MEASURES AS NECESSARY TO PROTECT THE HEALTH,SAFETY AND 16. TRENCH BACKFILL AND COMPACTION SHALL FOLLOW THE CONTRACT SPECIFICATIONS AND GOVERNING JURISDICTIONAL WELFARE OF THOSE PERSONS HAVING ACCESS TO THE WORK SITE. REQUIREMENTS AND STANDARDS. 52.THE CONTRACTOR SHALL BE RESPONSIBLE FOR OBTAINING LOCATION OF ALL UTILITIES.AND NOTIFICATION OF SUNSHINE U. THE CONTRACTOR SHALL BE RESPONSIBLE FOR PROVIDING APPROPRIATE SAFETY PRECAUTIONS DURING EXCAVATION AND STATE ONE CALL,CITY OF MIAMI BEACH PUBLIC WORKS,48 HOURS PRIOR TO CONSTRUCTION. TRENCHING OPERATIONS AS REWIRED BY THE'TRENCH SAFETY ACT'(OSHA). J3.THE CONTRACTOR SHALL BE RESPONSIBLE FOR THE SCHEDULING OF THE TESTS A5 MAY BE DEEMED REQUIRED BY THE 18.THIS WORK SHALL INCLUDE THE EXCAVATION OF WHATEVER SUBSTANCES THAT SHALL BE ENCOUNTERED TO THE DEPTHS CONTRACT DOCUMENTS AND BY GOVERNING SPECIFICATIONS. AS SHOWN ON THE PLANS.EXCAVATED MATERIALS NOT REQUIRED FOR FILL OR BACKFILL SHALL BE REMOVED FROM THE WORK SITE AS DIRECTED BY THE EOR. 34. THE CONTRACTOR SHALL MAINTAIN A CURRENT APPROVED SET OF CONSTRUCTION PLANS ON SITE. 19. IF THE BOTTOM OF THE TRENCH IS ROCK,THE EXCAVATION SHALL BE CARRIED EIGHT INCHES BELOW THE INVERT OF 35.ALL WATER MAIN LINES PARALLEL TO A GRAVITY OF PRESSURE SANITARY SEWER MUST MAINTAIN A MINIMUM 6 FEET(IO THE PIPE AND BACKFILLED WITH THOROUGHLY COMPACTED SHARP SAND,GRAVEL.OR OTHER SUITABLE MATERIAL APPROVED FEET PREFERREOI HORIZONTAL SEPARATOR AND 3 FEET FOR GRAVITY TYPE SANITARY SEWERS WHERE THE BOTTOM OF BY THE CITY OF MIAMI REACH PUBLIC WORKS DEPARTMENT. THE WATER MAIN IS LAID AT LEAST 6 INCHES ABOVE THE TOP OF THE GRAVITY TYPE SANITARY SEWER.WHEN WATER MAIN MUST BE BELOW GRAVITY OR PRESSURE SANITARY SEWER OR WHEN SANITARY SEWER LATERALS CROSS OVER A WATER W.ROCK EXCAVATOR SHALL INCLUDE ANY RICK ENCOUNTERED WHICH CANNOT BE REMOVED WITH A 3/4 YARD BACKHOE UNDER MAIN A/2 INCH MINIMUM VERTICAL SEPARATION WILL BE REWIRED. NORMAL OPERATING CONDITIONS.ROCK EXCAVATION SHALL BC INCIDENTAL TO CONSTRUCTION OF ALL PIPING SYSTEMS. 36.ALL WATER MAIN JOINT SPANS AT A CROSSING MUST MAINTAIN MINIMUM 6 FEET SPACING FROM GRAVITY OR PRESSURE 21. IN THE INTEREST OF SAFETY,BRACING OR SHORING THE SIDES OF THE TRENCH IS REQUIRED. SANITARY SEWER CENTER TO JOINT CENTER. 22.THE CONTRACTOR SHALL FURNISH,NIT IN PLACE AND MAINTAIN SUCH SHEETING.BRACING.AS NAY BE REQUIRED TO 37.ALL WATER MAIN LINES PARALLEL TO A GRAVITY OR PRESSURE STORM SEWER MIST MAINTAIN A MINIMUM 3 FEET SUPPORT THE SIDE OF THE EXCAVATION,AND TO PREVENT ANT MOVEMENT WHICH CAN IN ANY WAY DAMAGE THE WORK OR HORIZONTAL SEPARATION.IF UNABLE TO MAINTAIN MINIMUM SEPARATOR HORIZONTALLY,EACH PIPE SHALL BE SHELVED ENDANGER ADJACENT STRUCTURES. WITH MINIMUM 12 INCHES VERTICAL SEPARATION. 23.IF FIELD CONDITIONS,TYPE OF SHEETING OR CONSTRUCTOR METHODS MAKE REMOVAL OF SHEETING IMPRACTICABLE,THE CONTRACTOR MAY LEAVE ALL SHEETING IN PLACE.UPON APPROVAL OF THE CITY OF MIAMI BEACH PUBLIC WORKS DEPARTMENT OR THE APPLICABLE PUBLIC RIGHT OF WAY JURISDICTION.THIS MAY REWIRE SHEETING TO BE CUT OFF AT ANY SPECIFIED ELEVATION BUT IN NO CASE WILL ANT SHEETING BE LEFT CLOSER THAN TWO(21FEET BELOW THE NATURAL SURFACE.NOR CUT OFF BELOW THE ELEVATION OF THE TOP OF THE PIPE. pococep co Rama, APS °E , ���met�fMIAMIBEACH FLAMINGO PARK � man wow O0A1R1®R <m -ounsefmiCIr 1XYbdoidec — GENERAL NOTES M ors A4r.Y•n pm...ow...nom/I ro. w..r.c u.ow".vuv MOO .s call 85:two full ba51nes5 days before you dig 38.ALL WATER MAIN SHOULD CROSS ABOVE ANY STORM SEWER PIPE WITH A 6 INCH MINIMUM 112 INCH PREFERRED)VERTICAL SEPARATION,WHEN WATER MAIN MUST BE HEWN STORM SEWER OR WHEN STORM SEWER LATERALS CROSS OVER A WATER MAIN A 12 INCH MINIMUM VERTICAL SEPARATON WILL BE REWIRED. Sunshine8l com 39.ALL WATER MAIN JOINT SPANS AT A CROSSING MUST MAINTAIN MINIMUM 3 FEET SPACING FROM GRAVITY OR PRESSURE _ STORM SEWER CENTER TO JOINT CENTER. NOTE —, NOTE 40.THE CONTRACTOR SHALL PROVIDE ACCESS AND ASSISTANCE TO THE ENGINEER TO MAKE INSPECTIONS,AS NECESSARY, Twtvw6HwAH SAFETY DURING CONSTRUCTION. M.NO DEVIATION FROM APPROVED PLANS SHALL BE PERMITTED WITHOUT THE WRITTEN CONSENT OF THE EOR. umnu rw.v..4, rsa®q,I.rs ® W "s l i 42.TRENCH EXCAVATIONS IN EXCESS OF 5 FEET DEEP SHALL COMPLY WITH THE TRENCH SAFETY ACT AS PER 05J/.A STANDARD 29 CFR 5.926.650 SUBPART P IN STATUTES. THE TRENCHES AND DITCHES SHALL BE PROTECTED IN ACCORDANCE WITH RULE 38c 43.02 TIC AND GA-1,09512) 43.ERECTION OR INSTALLATION OF APPROPRIATE SAFETY AND WARNING DEVICES WILL BE REWIRED DURING THE COURSE OF CONSTRUCTION,SAID DEVICES WILL BE IN ACCORDANCE WITH THE REQUIREMENTS OF THE DEPARTMENT OF TRANSPORTATION'S'MANUAL ON TRAFFIC CONTROL AND SAFETY PRACTICES'AND THE DADE COUNTY PUBLIC WORKS MANUAL. UTILITY OWNER 44.PLANS AND SPECIFICATIONS REQUIRE THAT COMPACTED BACKFILL BE PLACED OVER ALL PIPE LINES. THE CITY ENGINEER Alex Roche Phone:954-453-0811 REWIRES THAT COMPACTION TESTS BE TAKEN TO VERIFY BACKFILL COMPACTION.THE COST OF SUCH COMPACTION TESTS Tow People Gas WILL BE BORNE BY THE CITY. Joel Garcia Phlle:305-377-6079 FPL Olslrl/u/Ion 95.ALL EXISTING AND/OR NEW OUTFALLS TO BE CLEAN AND VIDEO TAPED AFTER ALL UNDERGROUND AND ABOVE GROUND CONSTRICTION IS COMPLETED. George J.Beck.PE Phone,SN-904-3604 Florida Prover i L/ON1 Transm/ss/un 46.DETECTOR TAPE SHALL BE INSTALLED WITH EACH NEW PIPE TO ALLOW A METHOD FOR IDENTIFYING LOCATION OF NEW Steve Low Phone:305-222-8745 BURIED UTILITIES. UIII/N Coordinator AT&T Florida 47.EXISTING SANITARY SEWER LATERALS SHOWN ON PLANS MAY NOT ACCURATELY INDICATE VERTICAL OR HORIZONTAL LOCATION Ella Fake Phone:305-673-7028 OF THE EXISTING SANITARY SEWER LINES.THE CONTRACTOR IS TO PERFORM APPROPRIATE UNOERGHUND INVESTIGATION TO Leonardo Francis AVOID ADVERSELY IMPACTING SAID EXISTING SANITARY SEWER LATERALS. MImnl Beach PUMIL Warks Joseph Senche/ Planet 407-638-7171 48.CONTRACTOR MUST SUBMIT SHOP DRAWINGS FOR ALL DRAINAGE STRICTURES.PRIOR TO FABRICATING NON-FOOT Florida Gas Transmisslan STRUCTURES,THEY MUST BE CERTIFIED BY A LICENSED ENGINEER FOR CAPABILITY AND STRUCTURAL ADEQUACY CONSIDERING MIAMI BEACH HIGH WATER CONDITIONS. Edwin Zomarano Phone,305-861-8069 Pe/e Freybe 49.THE CONTRACTOR SHALL CLEAN AND INSPECT THE ENTIRETY OF THE EXISTING STORMIATER COLJECTON,TRANSMISSION,AND Atlantic Broadband DISPOSAL SYSTEM INCLUSIVE CATCH BASINS,MANHOLES.CULVERTS AND OUTFALLS WITHIN THE PROJECT OMITS. Andrew McGinnis Phone:724-416-2867 SmailCMl Asset Spec/al/s1 APPLICABLE CODES Mark Caldwell Phone:30-260-2178 i. ALL CONSTRUCTION.INSTALLATION.TESTING AND MATERIALS SHALL CONFORM TO THE STANDARDS AND SPECIFICATION'S OF Sprin/Norte, THE CITY OF MIAMI BEACH AND ALL OTHER LOCAL.STATE AND NATIONAL CODES WHERE APPLICABLE. Leonard Newell-Newbold Phoney 954-M-6405 2. ALL CONSTRUCTION SHALL BE CONE IN A SAFE MANNER AND IN STRICT COMPLIANCE WITH AIL THE REQUIREMENTS OF Regional Perm"Admin./rater FEDERAL OCCUPATIONAL SAFETY AND APPLICABLE CODES HEALTH ACT OF 1970,AND ALL STATE AND LOCAL SAFETY AND Coerces!COW, HEALTH REGULATIONS. tri nIV, BEACH eoxrr000 FLAMINGO PARK AP mow^33parilen MOON 3.313634 _I amwrre w3iQwxwn+vann —euanas REM. wrs imam wnuolimumSeants ��C n GENERAL NOTES ur"a�Iv rve r N. MUM AproLgv OM ft. 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DESIGN SPEED 30 MPH I J£ EIS.BASE 3 SELECT CONCRETE IS TYPE B IS TYPE B CONCRETE �' RO REMAIN) FILL MATERIAL SIDEWALK STABILIZATION STABILIZATION SIDEWALK RECONSTRUCTION GEocRIo(TENAK Ns 330) (BR.o 000 Ao OPTIONAL BASE GROUP 6(B'UMEROCK OPTION) PARTIAL TYPICAL SECTION(LEFT SIDE) PARTIAL TYPICAL SECTION(RIGHT SIDE) WITH TYPE S-III ASPHALTIC CONCRETE(2.) 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CLOS OAS , °A2 Jr.Ax""`o STA. 16+53.55 TO STA. 18+93.61 - _ II \ DESIGN SPEED=30 MPHEKIsT BASE 3 SELECT CONCRETE IS TYPE B TYPE B CONCRETE RB REMAIN) fILL MATERIAL S/OEwALR STABILIZATION STABILIZATION SIDEWAD( RECONSTRUCTION GEOGRID(TENAI 05 330) LBR AN LBR M OPTIONAL BASE GROUP 6(B'LIMEROCK OPTION) PARTIAL TYPICAL SECTION(LEFT SIDE) PARTIAL TYPICAL SECTION(RIGHT SIDE) WITH TYPE S-III ASPHALTIC CONCRETE(2') GEOGRID DETAIL ,�I�r � T�.r m.....Rp,.N.pa � EIMEER OF • N.R. GMIAMIBEACH � FlWNiOPARK APZT, ascrcot MMCOMBO.RE �_•� r"= reg i— _ A � MIBYCwORYOBYR�.m TYPICAL SECTION �:3'rm"'"�_M vpc �Yw wn es 9. 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TO WASHINGTON AVE. —��AI���� µ IIIM MALL I I MILLED ASPHALT EMI N D I OA3-,.......ii..,_ 'o=_s oo: I IAT RA STA. 50+00.00 TO STA. 54+65.00 "`"""""'_"f--"--�` "_-- - y�, %//// ~`__" I / DESIGN SPEED>•30 MPH J 35f1£CT Ji EXIST.BASE CONCRETE IS TYPE 8 IS TYLE B CONCRETE R0 REMAIN) TILL MATERIAL SIDEWALK STABILIZATION STABIDOATION SlotirALK RECONSTRUCTION GEOGRID(TENA.K 65330) LER a0 1BR a OPTIONAL BASE GROUP 6(B'LIMEROCK OPTION) PARTIAL TYPICAL SECTION(LEFT SIDE) PARTIAL TYPICAL SECTION/RIGHT SIDE) WITH TYPE S-Ill ASPHALTIC CONCRETE(2') GEOGRID DETAIL xLwxeoA..000. .I.Cm.. Me a�,.•r� eN•eACF�a • el PYWC wows O EAIRM FLAMINGO PARK N®I ate° • M.P.: NIP' iqp� :--,R M� � v.R a.... wormA N�TOW < „N 0L INe t __ ....................=‘,..v.T^nI. TYPICAL SECTION .. u..�MaN+mM � an..o.Na N.RNw NMrAr. un KAMM wee 11 44 4.444.4.4. 3140,x0 03I.I3 PN P:v.BAN✓MNom0N II m•0-#0 ',.•,/,....,•04...1,,,,...,005 1 N.T.5 STA 12+64.14 Q CONST.11th ST.- STA 16+5355 CL CONST.11th ST. STA 6+00.00 fL CONST.LENOX AVE. STA 6+00.00 I CONST.MICHIGAN AVE. BEGIN PROJECTT: BEGIN RECONSTRUTION STA 19+13.61 STA 10+00.00 (MATCH EXIST.) (MATCH EXIST.) I I AAV UAW ...... Q<OYST.ud Si. Mw uYe T T 6M u LI.. Riif Kilt„ �a_.: _.. ... RAV U.. -.� �11110201 !■N? min —1 - o .A.uN. ® 'lith AAA UNE © VIM o PO.uM o . 'E ONSTRUCTION @FGIN RECONSTRUCTION ., STA 5+37.00 STA 5+35.00 ^r I (MATCH EXIST.) (MATCH EXIST.) l0 ,ii i W o s II N 0 LEGEND mjj mmm01j1L ®DENOTES THE ROADWAY PLAN&PROFILE SHEET NUMBERmII IW/m,� , .--E.1.01111.111!Mp OMNI IIFIIKU ❑•*mmm00Z mmrm " DOD IENO.ER Of RECORD �mMIAMIBMCHAP® `°T11.06111.0 !. 0.. RI.IPROJECT LAYOUT �«"� �-�, a R.N.Sly. IK- -- .. o� . � , ,. an M. .30/011 +a.. . ., N.T.5 BEGIN RECONSTRUCTION STA 50+00.00 (MATCH EXIST.) END RECONSTRUCTION I STA 6+79.00 (MATCH EXIST.) STA 51+78.47 Q CONST.11th ST. STA STA.6+00.00 q CONST.PENNSYLVANIA AVE. 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MOW. .001.0•Ine CONSTRUCTION DETAILS ta =C.'.cm Boxiet sum 4..romn,ft.o.p.c...• -c.KO0TOIKIM- i .......,/, ..... 1,./ ...... 1,. .. M.. ,... MOWN MRIMI MY 44.4 30, 44 --- ..,.. NMI, .120.•IN mrsamone mom 11 strre-Purninge ftitniernote..aspsrorreelMa NOTES PIPE RAILING Tube.POST.and ear shall M In accordance with ASTM 8221 or ASTM wag,alloy 606,6_ pBall 9T eds and corner bends with maximum I4 post spacing,may M Alloy 6063-T6.Posts J EM RNIB shall be fabricated and installed plump,A P tolerance when measured X 3-T above gfoundation. Corners and changes In tangential longitudinal alignment,may be made continuous with MM radius w terminated at adjoining sections iv.a standard end hoop when handrails are not rsqed. NTcahncN 4aacMh i OITIt o tr:n.M s 9 er M nwaN9xo aibe ve..' ° a snat alignments Mantobottom falls and fihand/N/s shall b sop beat tosmal<h the alignment radius. at NAILING MEMBER DIMENSIONS TABLE RENDER DESIGNATION D ENSIY/ TMICWMESS Ports P 515(SOA 401 2319 DISC Rails S MPS(SCA 401 2319 0.5W Rall Jalnt/Spllls Sleeves SE NIS(Sch.WI 1900' 0.149 Handrails 50,013M.SlNwes P MPS(Seim 401 1319 0.139 130 01.0.115 wall 1509 0.119 Handrails SN'515(Sch..) 1.900' 0.149 Handrail Support Bar P D Nand W 1LO9 N/A BASE PATES: ft.Plates shall M In accordance with ASTM MOD they 6061-TE SHIN PATES: M Shim Plates shall be aluminum In xcwdance with ASTN 6209,alloy 6061 or 6063.S m plates shall be used for foundation h05 b adjustments greater then�'between 3 pests and localized Irregaioritles grefer than Yl beneath base plates.Field trim shim plates when necessary to match the contours of M Ioundmien.Bevelled sham bates maybe used In Ileo so t/Immed 052 ihlm plates'herrn. 5t ked thickness of 1r',unless longer anchor(belts are 1,0112 for the texposedIi hreadole maximum foal t length. COATINGS: np 1202)be m I^'A �M alumlmtm ratll 111/Inlsn unless oMrwlse rioted In[M[ontrxt Oocumews.N Its erg washers shall be hot-0Ip patvaNted in xcweaxe with Sxrlon%3 of ted Spxlllcatlorrss H R BOLTS: Anchor bots shall Pe in accordance with ASTM FI554 Grade 36.Headless anchor bolts for Adhesive Mrs sheer be ehrended Mrc lelMtn.crlrnry or relq i TV perMHed rw agnea Mie inXallatlen. bbe anchor belts F self-locking neve slnple.All uts ML mes.Tact weMeN q ted MA 5o ted anchor 55 mal ed In lieu q cordomt. In accordance with ASTM 4563 Sr ASTM A.9A FIX Washers shall it In accordance o with ASTM Gra and Plate Washers(for long sloth Mies enol,shall be In co dance with ASTM AS w ASTM ATOP Grade end alt or ted uts have been snug hre tig45 1,2 1 the accordance tMeedf shall be distorted d prevent removal of the nuts.Dimwted threads and tact welds snail <eated with a paivaMzlrM compound in atcaedance with[M Spacl/I[Xlens. RESILIENT IND NEOPRENE PADS: ReNlleat ant Nenorene pads shall be In x<eremwe w/th ipaco//[Mien Sr=932,exeq MX V."' o ted IiMshed/ads shall rot be rpuired.NedOrene Ands snail ba euromXer nxeness 60 a y0. JOINTS:NI fared Joints are to be welded all around and ground smooth. Expansion Joos shall be spaced X Eng.Imam l 3Od.FINd splices similar to led e.panslen/olat detail may be approved DY ted posts.eO Only raclll[Ye shlppltM ant MMNng,bat rails mum ak coMirmous across a for u fo Me field Inst use fed Concirulty Field splice(DYHI•0'l to make ted railing continuous fou unforeseen Hese adjustments. 51‘13140, 152 velelnp dull be In accordance wIM ted 3155 1 welelrM Swletyy iM1uttunl wall]rrgg CndN WUMmrml ANSIJAa 01.1 i<urrent;:111. Flll<r meth shall be either ER5183,ER53%w ER5556. onde#rwNve testing of welds Is not required. 5110P DRAWINGS: ONYIs nddresalnq orojxt sepyXlllc yeometr,(line 6 grndel shmslrM post ant expansten JqM YllrNn'iMp arawinge snail oe M C cwdexe lwl(h fhe'rE ecl/I<Xlonsw'I pgor to fablcdlon M ted PAYMENT' 11 NI spall be paid for under[M 1Or1rx5 un1t price Iur Pipe Gulee1NI(Numsrum).LF(Item No. Ione of fire top(rail,andWholesrails.ill be,rail splice assembly,baser plates anchor bolts.tats. neoprene pads anposts, alllsincidenta materials and labor required to complete washers. of the Wildman.. " �•MItis We a50a1Mq ° douswell AMIBEACH FLAMINGO PARK p "— Ap o - OMNw* ALUMINUM PIPE G110Eft/L DETAILS 5`p 1.96.41319491- Nom.54.1_ NO. Remo tem et ma reB1^r M =lx NM/MO E418w1 n Asrs.l.maadanL/a II snow.*wpMarrwr<NrMaalWd/a41/1a r-r P-0(Mac)-Equal Pur, Post SpuiM (/art Varlu(t 710. fii:tyy a gr. 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Neap iM Landing 3b-0 Mu./w SMpes a ER er S-0.M R MO Mad b-0 Mt/or 51ap,z 63R M Yoltap Leading Ramp RNIP REQUIREMENTS (ARMS REQUIREMENTS ELEVATION Far es.'=asp rer tun St Na..INrIM vg.,-;x: (ShoNIM Inside Faze of NNIIMI MIs.raasp slope-833% Mu.IerrlM 3% _at reap[foss-rap a 2.0% RAILINGS ON GRADES STEEPER THAN 5%TO 8.33% elMIAMIBEACH �'T � .e OG MOW= ' � � ,�• %. — FLAMINGO PARK AP 6NI rnrvoeaew�wwawea,% —meaT�,>< ... r�w Mr�Lw ov*ATM�orr ALUMINUM PIPE GUIDERA L DETAILS Nr of"�^ weee NM WINK O. Ntet S" M tt� • %%MIr np...nc%I i1.1.Neit...ttwss rY...lM (Pox (Pox (Per io(Max.)-EROS Pawls Varies-gavel spacing Bo MM.or SUMS i�i,a l� 0 PPP _�� Of Handrail �� � 1 \II—/�eel DETAIL'A'-PLAN VIEW HANDRAIL TERMINATION a�(MM soe�erlsneN i _- (xrrr, �l� (iJ wu c rn eYYla grigr,..,,i/, miniimmulin s.. c!Maw M.SII Mas T Alai n,ni onaiit. // 1 6 w ix slo Orrb sisY i'AV was .au aryls./.��� Cowen,sidewalk to exeN r Nn.Denied(rrxng � A w MI RAILING CONTINUATION BEYOND STEPS �' 4 (Bottom shown,Top similar) N 0. 4- LSI jen xwerrl comm.. I xarrn 1 M LaNM i,llsen TafoWIpYing S Mln (Handrail—, tpw ( N Pot "/e Nminum Henan.reOYreN Vales-Eaasering 7--- ;11;1ro.moele Meea's% oMaw M $sxssSc101 Wwn.ra ,IOe a Se rxo ,' NlnNNN ,. I iasH.Nr ,.. 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Ca it D WORK ZONE SIGN gTYPE III BARRICADE ®. 1 i/ A SIGNAL TRAFFIC I —- PEDESTRIAN DETOUR SCDRLT SCOL OL .:�• m , El'45309. _ Co--. 1ce+uK, \ \\\\\\ _� 4 ® \\\ 10TH ST. —3. -1 OS OL OR ED RC \ DETOUR DETOUR END ROAD ED ED DL — — DETOUR CLOSED • a Q Q RAN �,�. c r Wtu 8�[--■ 8 3 Q Q M P. mMIAMIBEACH xO ernN000 FLAMINGO PARK AP ��� DOM 1.13.11Ft'E —eivacEncemacao p���6 ~ llms pIOLW NEOAKW YO��T n ' TRAFFlO CONTROL DETOUR d,z...,°'^t° eeuc -ViiITT am �y ms u M erim w x/� mel ex NST» Mem A',nem., 11 Hrew+irnw SlNHrko•WwmkITMON1i11 V 1 1.-_____l 1_________l 13TH ST. 0 100 200 Feet Y Q a. DA 2 OL 4. 12TH ST..ei+ v� r= ® 1 IZ �� OLICE DR E I ATION :5 1 +- jJ 11 Yl 17TH ST.711,4 Y.,,,r%%%%j An .. g ,1m1, EtLZED 01., JFf,FND• .'� ® ® WORK ZONE DA CO D WORK ZONE SIGN TYPE III BAMICAOF 1 t 1 SfGNSµIMG TRAFFIC �, -- PEDESTRIAN DE(WR SCDR SCDL (al. I:�•, - •;:$•, Da ,Mewl I 10TH ST. 4 DL OR ED RC 11 ROAD QDETOUR �- 1QWIt = Q I O- >. IE 2 WZ Q.NJW U. 9TH ST. ri r/ Ap IAMIAMIBEACH xnoawN000, FLAMINGO PARK ray n" m..waut� PE ENGO.N OF MONO a ROAM . "' TRAFFIC CONTROL DETOUR . `w°^egoomm' A1own n.NeN r ' V � I/.. N/A MS AM No,PAIS a= w~ .v. 3/WDM N.w.N.tN/4.1. 1.. w.•.nw,I.,w•r'w+wpm.ww+.. monm. TRAFFIC CONTROL NOTES: 1.THE CONTRACTOR SHALL NOTIFY THE CITY OF MIAMI BEACH FIRE AND POLICE DEPARTMENT AB HOURS IN ADVANCE OF ALL ROAD CLOSURES. 2.THE CONTRACTOR SHALL MAINTAIN ACCESS OF EMERGENCY VEHICLES,PROPERTY OWNERS,AND TENANTS TO ALL PROPERTIES AT ALL TIMES. 3.THE CONTRACTOR SHALL MAINTAIN ACCESS TO ALL FIRE HYDRANTS AT ALL TIMES. A.ARROWS ON THE TCP DENOTE THE DIRECTION OF TRAFFIC ONLY AND DO NOT REFLECT PAVEMENT MARKINGS. 5.TME CONTRACTOR SHALL COORDINATE ON-STREET PARKING WITHIN THE ROAD CLOSED AREA WITH THE CITY OF MIAMI BEACH PARKING DEPARTMENT. 6.THE CONTRACTOR SMALL MAINTAIN ALL SIDEWALKS AND CROSSWALKS ADA COMPLIANT,OR PROVIDE AN ADA COMPLIANT WALKWAY THROUGHOUT THE WORK AREA. 7.PEDESTRIAN AND VEH1OZ ACCESS TO FLAMINGO PARK SHALL BE NAINTAINED TTO FLAMINGO PARK AT ALL TIMES. A FLAGGER SHALL BE PROVIDED TO GUIDE TRAFFIC IN AND OUT OF TME WORK ZONE WHEN THE WORK ZONE IS ACTIVE. H.ALL DETOUR SIGNS SHALL BE CHANNEL MOUNTED IN A VISIBLE LOCATION THAT DOES NOT BLOCK SIDEWALKS OR PARKING. 9.THE CONTRACTOR SHALL COORDINATE WITH MIAMI-DADE COUNTY PUBLIC SCHOOL TRANSIT ROUTES WITHIN CORRIDOR. 10.AS DETERMINED BY THE ENGINEER IN THE FIELD THE CONTRACTOR SHALL USE FLAGGERS OR TRAFFIC CONTROL OFFICERS TO EXPEDITE TRAFFIC THROUGH THE MIORK ZONE. Re Mom lb MIAMI APB°-=�Y�'°�W `. .` NM/2017 w�. , FLAMINGO PARK FlEIIC MERE DEPARTMENT TRAFFIC CONTROL DETOUR ' " Kam an 1 _Ye N.e SZO a� RLR M M...s mroias ww+rr MOO II M.Msrrrge AM.MeMITOTLOeIA• WATER VAIN PLANS � m FLAMINGO PARK NEIGHBORHOOD CITY OF MIAMI BEACH! RFP NO.:2016-205-KB DESIGN/BUILD SERVICES FOR RIGHT OF WAY INFRASTRUCTURE IMPROVEMENT PROGRAM FOR FLAMINGO PARK NEIGHBORHOOD-PHASE II DAVID MANCINI&SONS IN ASSOCIATION WITH A&P CONSULTING TRANSPORTATION ENGINEERS MIAMI BEACH i `,.�.„,n '..,„„rit ..,_ PUBLIC WORKS DEPARTMENT HIGHWAY IMPROVEMENTS ,_-'' i FLAMINGO PARK NEIGHBORHOOD hal - 1 PROPOSED 8" WATER MAIN ALONG 1 1 th STREET `S0I7..: (FROM EAST OF ALTON RD. TO WEST OF JEFFERSON AVE. AND FROM EAST OF EUCLID AVE. TO WEST OF WASHINGTON AVE.) WY WV LOCATION OF PROJECT PROJECT LOCATION $1 ' I 811 �°= 7^ OHO ERE! 111111111== a -.Jr lIlllll CITY OF MIAMI BEACH —'1 1= '_'I IIINDEX OF DRAWINGS MAYOR: PHILIP LEVINE — .. 00 Ma pi I',i 11 SHEET NO. SHEET DESCRIPTION COMMISSIONERS: RICKY ARRIOLA — "- ,JJrrl KEY SHEET MICHAEL GRIECO If_ L A''1 '-14- 11 2 GENERAL NOTES&LEGEND JOY MALAKOFF — -`� — �I'1 MICKY STEINBERG __ --_ _ ' 11 3-JJ PLAN&PROFILE KRISTEN ROSEN GONZALEZ —'— ®� 111 /p DETAILS JOHN ELIZABETH ALEMAN --1-- _ _ CITY MANAGER: JIMMY L. MORALES 1 _-11_ U_—U_—U= IO1�1 CITY ATTORNEY: RAUL J.AGUILA —— ASSISTANT CITY MANAGER/ 1 UU_U___ // al DIRECTOR OF PUBLIC WORKS: ERIC CARPENTER, P.E. CITY ENGINEER: BRUCE A. MOWRY. Ph.D., P.E. LOCATION MAP N.T.S. 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SHEET DESCRIPTION MICHAEL GRIECO �� I I "�,r{//i I/, JOY MALAKOFF a-1 '° ���y - 'V 5-1 KEY SHEET MICKY STEINBERG �I1 /alll S-2 SIGNING&PAVEMENT MARKING TABULATION OF QUANTITIES KRISTEN ROSEN GONZALEZ �1� I, 5-3 SIGNING&PAVEMENT MARKING GENERAL NOTES JOHN ELIZABETH ALEMAN �LJ$ u, L�y�,,. .i O ii 5-4-5-II SIGNING&PAVEMENT MARKING PLAN CITY MANAGER: JIMNIY L. MORALES 71 J LI `--_— ——I[7//] 17 CITY ATTORNEY: RAUL J. AGUILA I _. ASSISTANT CITY MANAGER/ 0_J j -I--- 0-_1/a DIRECTOR OF PUBLIC WORKS: ERIC CARPENTER, P.E. l/1,/ CITY ENGINEER: BRUCE A. MOWRY, Ph.D., P.E. VOCATION MAP N.T.S. A&P Consulting Transportation Engineers Corporation ti 10305 N.W.41 Sheol Suite 115 __AI`fid y„3/ MIMA,FL 33178 Y�... (305)5987283/fax:(305)5931594 Vendor No.:850770583 • CA NO.:EB-0007797 TABULATION OF QUANTITIES PAY SHEET NUMBERS TOTAL GRAND REF ITEM DESCRIPTION UNIT SHEET TOTAL SHE PLAN FINAL PLAN FINAL PLAN FINAL PLAN FINAL PLAN FINAL PLAN FINAL PLAN FINAL PLAN FINAL PLAN FINAL PLAN FINAL PLAN FINAL _ EA 1 =00.1.60 SINGLE Posr SIGN.RENON, SIM PANEL,RELOCATE,UP TO 12 SF 700-3 AETRO-REFLECTIVE PAYMENT MAKER YELLIN .1111 ®®1111■1111■■■1111■■■1111■®■ Fill 10-90 TAINTED PAVEMENT MAKINGS, MAK MARKINGS, FINAL TD.SUIIITE.FACE LS I. 1u.1.u1 111111■i■■ • REFLECTIVE PAT.AMBER B!-DIRECTIONAL YELLOW EA 72 • PAINTED PAVEMENT MARKINGS,STD.,MITE-SOLID,It• LP 167 • PAINTED IMGIE/IT NARCIN65,STD.,MITI.SOLID,21• LF 101 _1 ®- -_ TPAVEMENT PREFORMED,MITE,SOLID,ZrSO Lf 1360 1360 WHO PAINTED• PAVEMENT MAKINGS,STD.,MITE,SOLID,V M 0.051 0.055 0.053 PAINTED PAVEMENT MARKINGS,STD.,MITE,SOLID,t• d 0.010 O.Ob 0.00 ®PAINTED PAVEMENT MAKINGS,5TD..YELLOW,SOLID,6• GN 0.050 0.05* 0.130 PAINTED PAVEMENT MAKINGS,YELLIN,LOI,SKIP SV,1 t• 0.079 0.035 0.035 PAINTED PAVEMENT NMITINOS,YELLOW,SCID,6•,10-30 OA 0.7)3 0.1) 3-9 SKIP Q 0.273 TAINTED PMENENT MARKINGS,STD.,YELLOW,ISLAND NOSE SF 0 90 M ®PAINTED PAVEMENT TNFRKNLASTI D.,MITE,STD.,BIIUE.SOLID,V Ib 190 190 LF 152 15 III-11.125 THERMOPLASTIC,STD.,MITE,SOLID,24. MEM 1 ZEI 11-11.1110 THERMOPLASTIC,STD.,MITE,MESSAGE MI UM 13 13 11-11-224 THERMOPLASTIC,STD.,YELLOW,SOLID,111. FOA DIAGONAL OR L, . 03 2113 11-11423 THERMOPLASTIC,PREFOMED,MITE-SOLID,12• LP 1360 1360 1300 11.11.160 THERMOPLASTIC,PREPMIIED.MITE.MESSAGE EA 13 13 13 711-0-202 THERMOPLASTIC,STD.-OTHER SURFACES,YELLOW,SOLID,9• Of 0.039 0.059 0.059 711-11-101 THERMOPLASTIC,STD.-OTHER SURFACES,MITE,SOLID,6• GM 0.055 0.03 0.055 711-10-102 THERMOPLASTIC,STO.-OTHER SURFACES,MITE,SOLID,V GM 0.040 0.040 0.0/0 711-10-201 THERMOPLASTIC,STD.-OTHER SURFACES,YELLOW,SOLID,V OR 0.230 0.130 0.330 11.16-231 THERMOPLASTIC,OTHER SURFACES,YELLOW,SKIP.6•,70-30 SI 0.773 0.173 0.173 SKIP OR 3-9 LAE DMP mMIAMIBEACH H ..N1,N.N.M,m,�,MMMRM. LWILMH•.E = 6 �:. .�D."'"'R",N"' MO FLAMINGO PARK AE.E�� � • ow,c o,M s-„ moue won=�ARfAfK^'. SIGNING&PAVEMENT MARKING "•• M_Kid- ��� TABULATION OF GUANTITIES �•.�+ "��ON�"°1C14OMY'To' _„= NNPIWIlnde//11 r M a • SIGNING& PAVEMENT MARKING NOTES I. ALL SIGNING CONSTRUCTED AS PART OF THESE PLANS SHALL BE IN STRICT CONFORMANCE WITH THE APPLICABLE CODES AND SPECIFICATIONS OF THE MANUAL FOR UNIFORM TRAFFIC CONTROL DEVICES(MUTCD), THE FLORIDA DEPARTMENT OF TRANSPORTATION,CITY OF MIAMI BEACH PUBLIC WORKS AND MIAMI-DADE COUNTY PUBLIC WORKS. 2. THE SIGN LOCATIONS ARE APPROXIMATE AND MAY REQUIRE FIELD ADJUSTMENT AS NECESSARY. 3. SIGN ASSEMBLY LOCATIONS SHOWN ON THE PLANS WHICH ARE IN CONFLICT WITH EXISTING/PROPOSED UTILITIES, RAMPS,DRIVEWAYS ETC;MAY BE FIELD ADJUSTED SLIGHTLY AS DIRECTED BY THE ENGINEER, RESPONSIBLE CITY OF MIAMI BEACH REPRESENTATIVE AND/OR MIAMI-DADE COUNTY PUBLIC WORKS. 4. DURING CONSTRUCTION WORK, CAUTION SHOULD BE EXERCISED WHILE RELOCATING EXISTING SIGNS TO PREVENT UNNECESSARY DAMAGE TO THE SIGNS. 5. CONTRACTOR SHALL RELOCATE ALL EXISTING POST-MOUNTED SIGNS TO A VISIBLE AREA UNDISTURBED BY THE CONSTRUCTION SO AS TO MINIMIZE DAMAGE TO THE SIGNS WRING CONSTRUCTION. 6. THE CONTRACTOR SHALL SUBMIT A LIST OF THE EXISTING SIGNS TO THE OWNER AT THE PROJECT BEGINNING OR AT THE PRE-CONSTRUCTION CONFERENCE. ANY LOST OR DAMAGED SIGNS SHALL BE REPLACED AT NO ADDITIONAL COST. T. MATCH EXISTING PAVEMENT MARKINGS WITHOUT JOGS OR OFFSETS. B. STOP BARS AND CROSSWALK LOCATIONS ARE APPROXIMATE AND MAY BE ALTERED AS DEEMED NECESSARY BY E.O.R., THE CITY OR MIAMI-DADE COUNTY PUBLIC WORKS. 9. ALL PAVEMENT MARKINGS SHALL BE PAINT INITIALLY TO ALLOW FOR ASPHALT CURING PERIOD. AFTERWARDS, THERMOPLASTIC MARKINGS ARE REQUIRED TO BE INSTALLED BY CONTRACTOR AS PART OF THIS PROJECT. 10. INCORRECTLY PLACED PAINT MARKINGS(OR THERMOPLASTIC)OVER ASPHALT PAVEMENT WILL BE REMOVED BY MILLING AND REPLACING ASPHALT LAYER WITH A MINIMUM WIDTH OF 20 INCHES II. THE CONTRACTOR SHALL REMOVE ANY EXISTING ROADWAY PAVEMENT MARKINGS THAT CONFLICT WITH THE FINAL DRAWINGS BY APPROPRIATE METHOD AS SPECIFIED BY THE REGULATORY AGENCIES MAINTAINING JURISDICTION. 12. ANY WORK NECESSARY BEYOND THE TRAVEL LANES(1.E. CLEARING AND GRUBBING)TO INSTALL SIGNS SHALL BE CONSIDERED INCIDENTAL AND INCLUDED IN THE COST OF THE ASSOCIATED SIGN ASSEMBLY. 13. NO SUBSTITUTION OF SIGNAGE/MARKING IS AUTHORIZED WITHOUT APPROVAL FROM E.O.R. 14. ALL DIRECTIONAL ARROWS AND LETTERS FOR PAVEMENT MESSAGES SHALL BE PLACED AS ONE SEGMENT. 15. MAINTAIN EXISTING STREET NAME SIGNS DURING CONSTRUCTION FOR EMERGENCY PURPOSES. M MIAMIBEACHFLAMINGO PARK _�P�� ��� ®NNJ WORKS IMPARTMENT"^E SIGNING&PAVEMENT MARKING ® PE Nr.e nass. N,�EXIST.SIGN - ®\(TO REMAIN) ,,p BEGIN SIGNING A �k— 1 — iS�y�® .b,?' PAVEMENT MARKING s l (MATCH EXIST.) t r _ a %, MV MVUNE i( o 0 _ ————--_L— 11th STREET --—— 10 RPMs R.aa c.c 3a SKIP)MAI -N., --._. i I YELLOW l A I OC 6'YELLOW(la ILI 2BI-DIRECTIONAL N� WHITE{ (TCO.) ® J Q CONST.Nth ST. _ — P Lj s __ ------- a _a --'-'---=- 1E'WHITE(TYP.) 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SIGNING&PAVEMENT MARKING PLAN"'' a.aa,,,, "_ _ •y non //I. .011..-I.0's-'.ar,•. /r, 4 SC.E PI FEEL EXIST.SIGN / ;I Oil/ (TO 9E R/E-LOCATEOI PROP.NEWNSIGN j9' EXIST.SIGN (30'X30'1 "_�' q,`O REMAIN) CO `J ° d" ) END SIGNING& q�-[Pdr„J ) y 't. • PAVEMENT MARKING I • / \`�yY 2 \,,,./ (MATCH EX _ O • 1 56-- -- El W It CONST.1110 ST. 11th STREET U , P YELLOW ME., ___ 3-EX3''MOTORCYCLE '� i '-') PARKING ONO,SPACE 9 / / fit / -r �mDammo ]m................ mmmo�m 7UU1I11 M:1'% PIO mMIAMIBEACH .oa0.a. Comm-...m,na,.,,„„tR .� ..®va� ; ..' n,W R.,, e.I.W �.1NINn FLAMINGO PARK otiw.o.a.m� SIGNING&PAVEMENT MARKING PLAN ecwE Ran nore.O 3/24201, RIO..MI //.+ -1s- ii O.3/ r SIGNALIZATION PLANS /".114°°alimilli.11"44 FLAMINGO PARK NEIGHBORHOOD C17(OF MIAMI BEACH RFP NO.:2016-205-KB DESIGN/BUILD SERVICES FOR RIGHT OF WAY INFRASTRUCTURE IMPROVEMENT PROGRAM FOR FLAMINGO PARK NEIGHBORHOOD-PHASE II DAVID MANCINI&SONS IN ASSOCIATION WITH A&P CONSULTING TRANSPORTATION ENGINEERS eMIAMI BEACH ~o� : eilik.jog..� �_ PUBLIC WORKS DEPARTMENT -'N111,1? ��'+ HIGHWAY IMPROVEMENTS ,,,. it`` FLAMINGO PARK NEIGHBORHOOD �,, Ilk\ PROPOSED SIGNALIZATION AT 1 1 th STREET AND PENNSYLVANIA AVE �I ';; LOCA SON OF PROJECT PROJECT LOCATION 81 m®rf MA LJ ��1- 1- 1- ;-.....-..T .-1. _a.... E-7-1EIR 11 4.T. „''ii' =__ 11,....,...11 ___HI „.1 CITY OF MIAMI BEACH --f II '1I ii MAYOR: PHILIP LEVINE -aINDEX OF SIGNALIZATION PLANS CU010111111/ it SHEET NO. SHEET DESCRIPTION COMMISSIONERS: RICKY ARRIOLA -a.. Nnn�_7--ii///� U/ T-I KEY SHEET MICHAEL GRIECO ■,(LII j T-2 SIGNALIZATION GENERAL NOTES JOY MALAKOFF r'f - --- I• T-3 SIGNALIZATION TABULATION OF QUANTITIES MICKY STEINBERG KRISTEN ROSEN GONZALEZ B— I` -- 17i�/ T- SIGNALIZATION PLAN JOHN ELIZABETH ALEMAN �� � _ _ 7 _ /�I�/ T-55 STEEL MAST ARM DATA �l I T-6 STEEL MAST ARM DETAIL COY MANAGER: JIMMY L. MORALES '_-J -- 0-- /l// T-7 ELECTRICAL PoWER SERVICE DETAIL CITY ATTORNEY: RAUL J.AGUILA ___ / T-8 TO T-9 PEDESTRIAN BEACON PLAN ASSISTANT CITY MANAGER/ VI- I—17-, -_DIRECTOR OF PUBLIC WORKS: ERIC CARPENTER, P.E. !-Rn � r„-,r=„=,,_„_, CITY ENGINEER: BRUCE A. MOWRY, Ph.D., P.E. LOCATION MAP N.T.S. MP Consulting Transportation 10305 N W.41 SD'e4t Sulte 115 s Mrertx,FL 33179 RI IC 1305)592-7293 I 17X:(305)593-1594 Vendor No.:65-0770583 CA No.:EB-0007797 SIGNALIZATION NOTES: I. THE CONTRACTOR SHALL PERFORM AN INVENTORY OF THE EXISTING INTERSECTIONS PRIOR TO 9. SIGNAL EQUIPMENT CONSIDERED SALVAGEABLE IS AS FOLLOWS: THE BEGINNING CONSTRUCTION ACTIVITIES.AND SUBMIT TWO(2)COPIES OF THE INVENTORY REPORT. LISTING ALL OPERABLE AND INOPERABLE SIGNAL ITEMS TO THE ENGINEER.ALL DAMAGED ITEMS CONTROLLERS,CONTROLLER CABINETS,CONTROLLER HARDWARE AND SOFTWARE,FLASHERS.COMMUNICATION SHOULD BE CLEARLY IDENTIFIED IN THE REPORT. DEVICES AND HARDWARE,SIGNAL HEADS,MAST-ARM POLES AND ASSOCIATED HARDWARE.MOUNTED MAST ARM SIGNS,PEDESTRIAN DETECTORS,PEDESTRIAN SIGNAL HEADS.ALL OTHER EQUIPMENT SHALL BE DISPOSED OF 2. GOVERNING STANDARDS AND SPECIFICATIONS FOR SIGNALIZATION ITEMS OF WORK ME:THE TRAFFIC AT THE CONTRACTORS EXPENSE. CONTROL EQUIPMENT SPECIFICATIONS AND STANDARDS FOR THE METRO TRAFFIC CONTROL SYSTEM MIAMI-DADE COUNTY 2000 EDITION;MODIFICATIONS TO TRAFFIC CONTROL EQUIPMENT SPECIFICATIONS 10.THE CONTRACTOR SHALL NOTIFY THE CITY OF MIAMI BEACH IN WRITING,NO LESS THAN 14 WORKING DAYS IN ADVANCE AND STANDARDS FOR THE METRO TRAFFIC CONTROL SYSTEM MIAMI-DADE COUNTY 2000 EDITION. OF THE NEED OF ELECTRICAL POWER SERVICE HOOKUPS OF SIGNALIZATION/STREET LIGHTING FACILITIES. THE CONTRACTOR SHALL SUBMIT A LETTER OF REQUEST ALONG WITH AN AFFIDAVIT OF GENERAL ELECTRICAL WORK, 3. ALL ELECTRICAL AND ELECTRONIC EQUIPMENT MD STRUCTURES SHALL COMPLY WITH THE MIAMI DADE COUNTY QPL. SIGNED AND CERTIFIED BY A MASTER ELECTRICIAN. 4. THE SIGNAL-MAINTAINING AGENCY IS:MIAMI DADE COUNTY PUBLIC WORKS AND WASTE MANAGMENT 11.INSTALLATIONS OF NEW PULL BOXES SHALL BE PERFORMED BY A QUALIFIED ELECTRICAL CONTRACTOR TRAFFIC SIGNAL b SIGN DIVISION. WHEN NEW PULL BOX IS REPLACING EXISTING PULL BOX,THE CONTRACTOR SHALL ADJUST CONDUITS AND CABLES TO FIT THE NEW PULL BOX ELEVATION. 5. THE CONTRACTOR SHALL NOTIFY THE MAINTAINING AGENCY AT LEAST FORTY-EIGHT(48)HOURS IN ADVANCE OF ANY WORK TO BE CARRIED OUT AT ANY SIGNAL RELATED INSTALLATION. 12.THE CONTRACTOR SHALL RESPOND TO ALL TROUBLE CALL DISPATCHES AND REPORTED MALFUNCTIONS OF TRAFFIC SIGNAL WITHIN(2)HOURS.CLEAR DISPATCHES WITH THE TRAFFIC CONTROL CENTER ITCCI OPERATOR OR 6. EACH MAST MM POLE FUNDATION SHALL INCLUDE TWO SPARE CONDUITS THAT ARE TERMINATED IN THE TIMING ENGINEER WILLIAM PAZ AT(3051 679-0025. ASSOCIATED PULL BOX.A MINIMUN OF THREE CONDUITS HAVE TO BE PROVIDED TO EACH POLE. 13.THE CONTRACTOR SHALL NOTIFY THE MIAMI DADE PUBLIC WORKS AND WASTE MANAGMENT DEPARTMENT,TRAFFIC 7. PULL BOXES.MAST MN FOUNDATIONS AND CONTROLLER FOUNDATIONS SHALL HAVE A MINIMUM A CLEARANCE SIGNAL b SIGN DIVISION DAILY.VIA EMAIL AND FAX(305)471-6422.OF THE SIGNAL AND ELECTRICAL WORK LOCATIONS. FROM ALL JOINTS MD EDGE OF SIDEWALK.THERE SHALL BE NO EXPANSION MATERIAL MOUND PULL BOXES, ALL THE DAILY EMAILS AND FAXES SHALL BE SENT BETWEEN 7:00 AM AND BOB M. MAST ARM FOUNDATIONS AND CONTROLLER FOUNDATIONS. 14.THE CONTRACTOR SHALL PROVIDE A MINIMUM OF FOUR(0)SPARE SIGNAL CONDUCTORS FROM EXISTING MAST MMS AND 8. ALL SALVAGEABLE SIGNAL EQUIPMENT THAT ARE REMOVED RUST BE DELIVERED AND UNLOADED AT THE, PEDESTRIAN POLES TO THE CONTROLLER CABINET. MIAMI-DADE COUNTY PUBLIC WORKS AND WASTE MANAGMENT DEPARTMENT,TRAFFIC SIGNALS b SIGNS DIVISION IS.GALVANIZED STEEL COUPLINGS AND FITTINGS WHEN INSTALLED IN DIRECT CONTACT WITH THE SOIL OR IN CONCRETE 7100 N.W.36TH STREET SHALL NE COATED WITH A PROTECTIVE ANTICORROSION PAINT,ASPHALT COMPOUND,OR OTHER EQUIVALENT PROTECTION MIAMI,FLORIDA 33166 TO HELP PREVENT DETERIORATION. RECEIPTS MUST BE OBTAINED FROM THE ABOVE AGENCY AND SUBMITTED TO THE PROJECT ENGINEER 16.ALL MAST ARMS SHALL BE BLACK PAINT FINISH. TO RECEIVE PAYMENT FOR REMOVAL ITEMS. 91146•91310{111031112 ��•MIAMIBEACH FLAMINGO PARK AY. m EMA.. MrAP + 1.1•919 wa • , PUBLIC MONKS cr"a10g1°0199^"°"'^ wiAy. " NM" xY^vSIGNALIZATION GENERAL NOTES 82022 aril 90.9. NO.PAM a,n.m .••••T-2, -. -a. NM/ ru.N .Inar.er.rornrrwrN.Myee,.eyrrraNM,r, 1 TABULATION OF QUANTITIES ® SHEET NUMBERS TOTAL THIS GRAND DESCRIPTION UNIT TOTAL T-4 T-8 T-9 SHEET PLAN FINAL PLAN FINAL PLAN FINAL PLAN FINAL PLAN FINAL PLAN FINAL PLAN FINAL PLAN FINAL PLAN FINAL �1CONOHT 2'RVC UNDER PAVEMENT ©� �-- ELTRAFFIC ROC I OOWWE L ERE POLYMER__.......1111U111111.1111111.11111111.1.11111111111111111.111.11 CONDUCTOR . __. ®®■■■.■■.■■■■.■®.■ 639-1-122 ELECTRICAL POWERTESERVICE,F730 UNDERGROUND,METER.ABDUCTOR 5 BY CONTRACIM 639-2-1 SERVICE WIRE AEG WITH TNI'INSULATION)(THREE COIOUCTOR SET)IBLACK,WNITE AND GREEN) 641-2-12 PRESTRESSED CONCRETE POLE.£61 UhIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII 646-1-1i ALUMINUM SIGNALS POLE,PEDESTAL 647-11-30 MAST ARM COMBINATION,STANDARD DADE CO.CLASS DS-1I(30'ARM) 617-11-32 MAST ARM COMBINATION,STANDARD DADE CO.CLASS DS-I2 32'ARM) 647-11.38 MAST AND COMBINATION,STANDARD DAVE CO.CLASS 05-15 38'ARM) WITH LUMINAIRE 650-51-313 TRAFFIC SIGNAL(Fil)(3 .1 WAYHOMILETE WITH N.MOUNTING BRACKETS 6 LANPSI(LED) © � � � 11� 1 � �- ��- COUNTDOWN) 653-192 IED.SIGNAL,2-WAY(LED COUNTDOWN) 660-1-109 LOOP VEHICLE DETECTOR AMPLIFIER(RELAY OUTPUT-RICK MOUNTED TYPE 170 CABINET) IMEEELEM 660-2-106 LOOP ASSEMBLY,F61,TYPE F (PEDESTRIAN DETECTOR, (INCLUDES PUSH BUTTON SIGN R10-3E) 670-5-120 TRAFFIC CONTROLLER ASSEMBLY-F61, 170 690 32-2 690 50 REMOVEMOVAL(MALLOW, MER LOW,DEPTH OF 4 FT) BOLT ON ATTACHMENT) LY EA 1 I 690-60 REMOVE CABLE AND CONDUIT PI 1 699.0-IA INTERNALLY ILLUMINATED SI01,F6I,01 MOUNT,12-18 SF AS 4 651-2-22 RECTANGULAR RAPID FLAWING BEACON,POI SOLAR POWERED,COMPLETE ASSEMBLY BACK TO BACK AS 4 8 IIIIM =1111111M=1111111111 •11111111= 1111111• 11111111 - -8�------------8 --- In= MIIIIMIIMIIMIIMIIIMIIIIIIIMMIIIIIIMIIIIIIIIM 111111• IMI=MIIIIII1==11M111M1MMIIII==111MMIEIIIIIIIIIIIM III1= =111111 =11111 •1111• 111 •111• 1111 =1111111=M11111111 NOTE: THIS IS A DESIGN BUILD PROJECT.SPAY ITEM NUMBERS ARE PROVIDED ONLY FOR THE PURPOSE OF DESCRIBING THE WORK TO BE PERFORMED. mMIAMI BEACH FLAMINGO PARK NPp.�COmN�rT'.'r E _O_ MP. eo�oi an MUG KS IMPAIRMENT SIGNALIZA TION �� �m'w ti++�� TABULATION OF OU ANTI TIES u.."sem„`^"�� P1°'�'®""'Q'""'• -- re�/i w'y!d or.� eve R,as .3/.n' - - ..H. 3114231142031142011102 PR IV*.I•a....�I N.r-LS'l..1W........ISPSATNvswl SIGNAL HEAD & SIGN DETAILS INTERSECTION I 630-1-13 11280 IF EIE CIa PI PB II 01 I/ I6 I6 RB /" \ wK UP ATTE S.PATIIROLLER�ION P',1111 rI g AT APPROX.STA 5l+]03](60.]9 LT) O O �.��3�1(�'ar BN ;ti 1 635-1-11 ,1 AS 3-SECT.,1-WAY FED.SIGNAL "m Midi= EXIST.COlRPoLLER I \ N COUNT-DOWN 73.LI Wirt REMOVED) \1 8 I-SECT.,2-WAY - NEW CONTROLLER LOCATION 1650-51-313 j /AS ��^•_ STA 51+6].3/(SS.BT LT) , W 0 S 20 fOMT53t/FR ITEMS (I Ill-- Q Q 653-192 I �� I 632-7-1A 11 PI o Q Feat I 635-1-11 16 AS I' 4-0' BO r,�,.md is• Z _ ROP.MAST ARM r 1660-1-109 1 1 As _ a: C STA 51+T2)5.95 4I PNURNVF OI.AV 4 11 Street o- Y 6)0.5-120 I I AS D CONNECT C J.,..,- - ! LE26 Er NGTH 32.09 N'L� N[ RIO-3E PROP.MAST ARM STA 51+66A1 I ARN BEARING.5 8T Or W (NOOIFIED) `v'I LEUTs LED II SNS 4 0 IS SEA LUN/HARE (15.12 Li) �L,.6 I {II 1 61]-1]-31 I 1 AS D3-] D3-1 STA SI+]1.I3 ,I R' ��_VVVi J Z I I 635-1-11 1 1 AS 2 AS 2 AS INSTALLATION (33.21'LT AI 699-1-IA I 699-1-IA TO BE INCLUDED IN ARN LEN47N 38.09 - W THE COST OF REM ARM BEARING 5 01'59 E 1, • NOTES: 665-11 1 64]-11-38 I/AS II • d E CTR D Cf 9AgK PROP.PEDESTAL SIGNAL ® 1 'ROP.PEDESTAL SIGNAL I. SIGNAL TIMING TO BE PROVIDED BY NfAMI-DARE I 635-1-11 12 AS STA 51+66.50(24.24 LT) /9,%+ El '1� } STA 5-I-Il (I EA LTJ COUNTY TRAFFIC SIGNAL AMD SIGNS OrvISION. 1 635-1-11 12 AS `t' ' g,N �2 } 635-1-I1 I 1 AS 2.ALL PEDESTRIAN SIGNAL NEARS SHALL ALIGN WRH I 646-1-11 I I EA j Il. • -1(�r ... r• i I 6/6-1-1/ 1 EA CENTER FAR SIDE END OF CORRESPONDING CROSSWALK. r. 663-11 IEA X11• -� A I 665-11 I I EA 3.TRAFFIC CONTROLLER INCLUDES THE INSTALLATION OF. LUMINAIRE OfGI WR21-L33B-0EI-SNRRARSPogT WR21-GTE NORTH ANERfCA REQUIREMENTS '--• _--' GSN/AT6T R80MH1/AWSL 2 ETHERNET,RS232,No Wr Fi, _ T.rL6� W�F ; ENTERPRISE SOFTWARE PAAKAGE,EXTENDED TEMPERATURE, LA(FT) LB(FT) �� A°, 6C9 4L i US POWER SUPPLY,ANTENNAS. -00' � _ I t CONTROLLER OPERATION 73 VI 120 V,LED IOAIRE � y ,I '4!,,,,L. --- ].MINOR STREET:11TH$YLFAH USE ElEVOLVE -. 1 MINOR STREET: PENNSYLVANIA AV PHOTOMETRIC CURVE Q CONST LRH ST. _1st E,,,. I , ^� ER51[301550-120-2]] �jy8 y�- 1 _-r-f _..... PM.I• I.FLASHING OPERATION: [ATA(DG N0. - ,9iq. YELLOW-1 6 6 ERSIIC3D15501BLCK_ REO-468 fib.Py 54,1/E 3.50P:IEl � I .3 I NIM -lIITH ST eer 11TH STREET 4.PHASE ACTUATES 2 '"' 1 ' PHASE RECALL:1 SERVICE POINT ITEMS -_ -_ iyr _ PED.POLE 1 633-I-17 16 AS _ _ _ �I►a. / Q 639-1-123 1 AS • .._-•yl-•. •6■� �\ N.c, A 7� 4'e _ 77 I OE • r� A pYDa h b!f ��� rE eOE F%T� ��li I a39-I-1 1311 LF 61 Mil:} USN BUTTON 'is 1 641-2-12 1 1 EA AT PNOP FP�o lvaiEPDT� +� -M61.- Ver N PUSH BUTTON 140,I-PHASE �, 1,i ^_ ! „_„ REMOVAL ITEMS STA 51APPROX56.4/(2339 FIT) A viz G l-i fi ❑ PROP.PEDESTAL SIGNAL G' • IY . �: 'ROP.PEDESTAL SIGNAL 690.32-2 14 EA $TA 51+66.61!24.19 RT1 it/ •, 63i�-130 f-11 ;1�RT) 690-SO I EA 635-1-Il �I AS NW CORNER NE CORNER I 646-I-Il I I EA �,. j 3 d' I c555-I 11 IEA 690-90 I1 PI 665-11 II EA 1 665-11 II EA �, J • El ❑M PROP.NASI ARM I C.�' PROP. A 32A MAST WITH LUMINAIRE STA 51+)1./8 1 DETECTORS (30.19 RT) j (ARM RENLTN.38.09 PUSH FON LOOPS ARM LENGTH.30 :I >- ARM BEARING I N 01' 59 W SN BUROM ARM BEARING.NBT 01'E 1° M0.0£N0.OF I64]-11-30 I/AS V1 • 1 64]-II-3B I 1 AS \: I A LOOP SPS OETPS. I 635-1-11 14 AS W I 633-1-11)3 AS PEO.PILE T (]E_ , PED.POLE L A-II I 1 NOTE:THIS ISA DESIGN BUILD PROJECT.'PAY ITEM NUMBERS ARE PROVIDED ONLY a ..Il•I'FZE1.Fq!!/ / / FOR THE PURPOSE OF DESCRIBING THE WORK TO BE PERFORMED. -- - / PAY ITEM DESCRIPTION FOR THIS PROJECT ARE SHOWN UNDER PLAN T-3 111. r Itr//to SW CORNER SE CORNER TABULATION OF QUANTITIES. 11TH STREET&PENNSYLVANIA AVE ID/2767 MUM'-ft( MIAMI BEACH WAITNwPARK .�-- lean l f RecoMommammakmat_ M 1. BI NALIZATKIN PLAN amalmame a.. °^e'O"ff"`O1�•'.""'. I Fr i r� - - _ -+dW Me vMmi anneal .,...Nw.mmu. a.w..Wrw .w..w.na„ POLE,STREET LIGHTING LUMINAIRE AND MAST ARM DATA POLE UPRIGHT POLE DATA STREET LIGHTING LUMINAIRE TRAFFIC MAST ARM DATA PLAN DESIGNATION DADE CO. (ORIENTATION OF FITTINGS) ARM WHEN REQUIRED SEE STEEL MAST ARM DETAIL SHEET _BUILT-UP M SHEET LETTER/ TYPE CLASS HAND PUSH PED CONTROLLERVENI[ULDIM DIM DIM DIM DIN DIM SECTION TYPE ORIENTATION SPREAD ORIENTATION M0. NUNBER NO. HOLE BUTTONSIGNAI CABINET SIGNAL Y' V` •E' •F 7 •If ABOVE 2767 T-4 M I OS-IS P 311O' 330 270 T-6 WA I 05-12 0' 370 270 190 T-4 CA I DS-IS P 3/0 310 270 T-4 D6 I OS-II P 300 X0 I(0 MOTES: I-HANOHOLE ORIENTATION ISP UNLESS OTHERWISE NOTED. •MIAMIBEACH ELAI"NGD PARK AM Coma TTw E N '� w/ . . W emus:N. -� AP ® d o ..._ STEEL MAST ARM DATA ...means rn.avrfsone w ew�.w.a..mn ems One .Naar�/i_ 10.11 w.N a.aaraaroanarar.arr..Nyar.wna, 6i ._.w.� MATER-AL SPECIFICATIONS pnvr ",� YWpFFIC ENGINEERING PUBLIC WDIVISION PT. TRAFFIC ENGINEERING DIVISION ANCHOR BOLT DETAIL ....... .o i•. •+�a... 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HANOI®NECT FRN•WO CONCRETEHE ROLE PRESTRESS TYPE P-ll C LONG.(SEE NOTE ll DU MPS/8)/210 V N/S.N.ELECTRICAL f CO AMPS 120/EWI V N/S.N.EIECTRCAL [GNINIXIER CA6NET SERVICE CSCLNN£Cr SNITCH HEA.WIT SERVICE 06moMECT WITCH MAW DUTY IM OMR1Y ExCLOSURE lSTWIESS STEEL, IN'NEMA O ENCLOSURE(STAINLESS STEEL, W/40 IMPS FUSE(SEE NOTE N W/A AMPS FUSE FOR LIGHTING NAST IRY.HSFE NOTE 51 LIGHTNING PROTECTOR FPK MAKE WIRE ENTRANCE 26 IM I-I/2 METER CAN(FACE SINEW..OR ROAD• 1 a _ LMNNTIOMT STEEL FLEXIBLE CONDUIT l TELCO DOOR PIC GRIMING WINE IN 3/f • PIC DRAW NCE IN 3/f N PIC UWMO RAND CROOKED STEEL CONDUIT N.I RCD DNYANIIED STEEL CONCUR MID BOT 4 F.P.L . _ PIC 1 PIC GROUND RARE IN NI MCD GALVANIZED STEEL CONDUIT CONDUIT CLAMP IMP., TSP DIE POLE CRCLNCNO PIG rm.MUST BE DETAOED FPK SERVICE DINE ENTRANCE I CLLR I27-1/2 FM 56YM' OWNED CONNECT CORD BRANCH CIRCUIT IN I-1/2 ROD *ME TO ITE GALVANIZED STEEL CONDUIT EXIST.ELME NUM'H INHERENT TO THE ROLE WINO tin PULL 6111(27_,Y C Y Itl 6(REFER TO NOT£91. 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TPARANSPORTATIONY ITEM I PTION BASIS OF ESTARE IMA ES HAND BOOK.D IN THE FLORIDA DEPARTMENTOF - �._• Ir-''I/,ul `[ 11TH STREET&MICHIGAN AVE ID#TBD DO 1 m !//4), •MIAMIBMCH RAMINGO PARK AP Ea�n°cMuY �R MC WPM,E �_���"� � • � wN1O1tlf'svInNorr PEDESTRIAN BEACON PIAN r ..�.�- ,G B � .r �� «s f * Men w•6• •.n...MN.•WS•n r.. ......MM.MMNMM.O• I 4 ff R . 1 t j' e t i. is 1 1 LIGHTING PLA\S *til°4* 0••001.°1° . \°°1111111111 z m z FLAMINGO PARK NEIGHBORHOOD CIT"OF MIAMI BEACH RFP NO.:2016-205-KB DESIGN/BUILD SERVICES FOR RIGHT OF WAY INFRASTRUCTURE IMPROVEMENT PROGRAM FOR FLAMINGO PARK NEIGHBORHOOD-PHASE II DAVID MANCINI&SONS IN ASSOCIATION WITH A&P CONSULTING TRANSPORTATION ENGINEERS CI_ MIAMJ B * 'WA" PUBLIC WORKS DEPARTMENT ��,,� , HIGHWAY IMPROVEMENTS .w`y1' \,.°°R FLAMINGO PARK NEIGHBORHOOD `�k, -lid PROPOSED LIGHTING IMPROVEMENTS ALONG 1 1 th STREET �S' w.�, (FROM EAST OF ALTON RD. TO WEST OF JEFFERSON AVE. AND !. FROM EAST OF EUCLID AVE. TO WEST OF WASHINGTON AVE.) LOCATION OF PROJECT PROJECT LOCATION m..vm II Y ILJ4 B 8��.�m.� I� �I on1A im i CITY OF' MIAMI BEACH >,aa� _ • +'----„'_, MAYOR: PHILIP LEVINE 1'-'t�" �"� INDEX OF LIGHTING COMMISSIONERS: RICKY ARRIOLA a� [III ,II Ic SHEET NO. SHEET DESCRIPTION -U HYI�U ''_'ice/n`' L-I KEY SHEET MICHAEL GRIECO ,IMI L-2 ELECTRICAL NOTES JOY MALAKOFF -- —n I I(fin ;� L-3 POLE DATA&LEGEND MI MILKY STEINBERG III - I L-4-L-I0 LIGHTING PLANS KRISTEN ROSEN GONZALEZ = a p JOHN ELIZABETH ALEMAN 005 ! 1_ I I f y j '' L-II SPREAD FOOTING DETAILS J L-l2 ELECTRICAL DETAILS CITY MANAGER: JIMMY L. MORALES 1 _ —I _ I/r��. " CITY ATTORNEY: RAUL J.AGUILA =_—— ——_—_�_-1— VU�I ASSISTANT CITY MANAGER/ \I DIRECOTR OF PUBLIC WORKS: ERIC CARPENTER, P.E. 4-ht v R;— .;A".=,,,,�.; CITY ENGINEER: BRUCE A. MOWRY, Ph.D.. P.E. LOCATION LAP N.T.S. A&P Corsulting hansportatlon Corporation oration DM t 0 10305 N.W.11 Sse.L SUM.115 l� A C MI.M.R 72831 E (305)592.7283/fax(305)593.1594 �+ ..a. Vendor No..85-0770583 CA No.:E8-0007797 ELECTRICAL NOTES: ,. TH ! Lr ! !UMI M FOLLOWING: 2B. BALANCE ALL LOADS AT ND D<KROECT WIN ALL LOADS ON. PROADE AND INS,LL NEW ROADWAY LICHITNG SYSTEMS PM A COMPLETE NORRING SYSTD/IN PLACE.WORN ON DRAW.. 30. ALL BUSSES WALL BE COPPER. 2 IRE CONT. CTO NOALL PROMDE ALL.T LOIN BU!NECESSARALS Y FOR O LABOR INSTALL ME MORS WALL BE IxSWOED.AS INOU...THE ]t. NJ.CABLES PRIOR TO ENERGIPERFORM ZING.SUBMIT ALL NEMER Sws RESULTS FLED APPROVAL!OY CALIBRATED s NGINEN.TRUMENTS P NEiA TESTING STANDARDS ON A BWOIHO CWS ILL Gir MIAMI BORFACR ANANp APPULANiS OWi O ECSSCDS ERIE(NEC).LOUL.0E£SEC COG,FLORIDA ]x. MINIMUMps N SSIANrc ALLOVED NEE E CONDUITS AND Sdu/mEPNdE COYYUwCOEON CONDUITS.HALL BE N THE CONTRACT.SHALL OBTAIN ALL NECESSARY PERMITS.INSPECT..AND APPROVALS. 120v Fr 5. ME CONTRACTOR SHALL COORDINATE HIS MORN,NM ME OVER,REPR[YNTAnVE AND THE OTHER DSOPUNm. 31 CWMACTOR SHALL FRONDS TO ME OWER OPERATING ANO MAINTENANCE MANUALS(OH/MANUALS)FOR ALL EQUIPMENT. TIE£acsIgg M A.SUBMITTAL DA,STATING EQUIPMENT RATING ANO SELECTED n FOR EAd PIECE REQUIREMENTS SHALL BE INCLUDED IN THE PROPOSAL CONTRACTOR SHALL MINN,DELIVER AND INSTALL ALL CONDUIT,PULL- r AND EQUIPMENT AS REQUIRED ED BY ME unuTlEs TO MEET-THEIR SPEW...SMAINTENANCE WIRED TLg0 P IMA a Udi -I'O .CA-(DOS) C.NAMES Ax0 AWRI:SYS CE Ai!EAST ONE WAunm YRNCE AGENCY. 'ECTa. pgvGER 45iANCEIN;0911'45.ACnCWNVIG AxM�NE lrig,xE2NONs SITIUI i e S VAniTm.''NOi ExCLED AB N. FPL EXISWG STREET T.TINC WALL Ix OPERATIONAL DURING CWSTRUCTON AND WU BE REMOVED BY FPL ME CONTRACTOR SHALL COORDINATE NTH FIN.THE REMOVAL Cf THE SPSTINC STREET UCHTING F YRMGE PONT,GENERATORS A TO INSURE ZIEE a INH)CONSTRUCTOR.t`41C.WIT£CONNDUCTOR..¢ECMICAL SYSTEM FOR u0!UNTIL THE NEW UdWO SYS.IS TESTED TED EPTED BY ME Cn. FOR ANY TEMPORARY WNW NECESSARY TO MAINTAIN ME uc11nHG 35. FEE.R CONDUCTORS ARE SIZED FOR MAXIMUM VOLTAGE CROP OF 2 PERCENT AT DES.LO.PER INE FLORIDA BUILDING TO. ALL EQUIPMENT AND MATERIALS SHALL BE NEW MO UNUSED. CCOE,DIMS.13-413.1,ABCI.I. IL CWS SURGE PROTECTIVE PEACES,POLE VOLTAGE DROP OF O PERCENT AT DES.LO.PER ME FLORIDA WxOAn OxS,t'j.'c A PMEASLPOE..C.i4CTORsL.PaCE rli PULLRWYE£PANELBWRDB.CONDUIT,GATS' Ba' BOLDING TD CONDUCTORS WED P.uANUW CONTACTORS AND.0 RES. GFRs,GROUNDING OROUND RmS.WREWAYS,C.TNML PANELS DDMBINAn.U.nHO 32 OMERGROUND u.rws WO.IN MESE_DRAWN.MAY NOT BE LocATED AS SHORN.PLEASE REFER M CML WGINEERING DRAWINGS FOR THE CT 12. ME CONTRACTOR IS ALL ovrcr.WORK Cf ME 1D. ALI WORKMANSHIP FOR ARPERIWSORE TO ONE NSKi N HE CONDATET PAIR OR PLACE TEED.NNST DEFECTS M MATERIALS AHO DB C.TRACRMt Y iRmARANIEm�ME IWUL4IN�n.WO C.nNUAn.O SERVICE Al nsr EN WRINCCOHIT CA.. .,COMPLETION. IN COORDINATE EWIPMNi P ELECERSTHROR E'0 INTICAL ERN LOCATIONS AND VERIFY ALL COSTRUCTI.S MM ALL SUBCONTRACTORS AND t£ OTHERTHE RAM.ARE NOT TRADES SO THAT GETS ARE AVOIDED EXACT TO NSTAWnAlmN CC WSWIi RUNS THEY ARE!O BE COORDINATED NTH ME IS. ALL CONDUCTORS SHALL BE 600V,X..,,COPPER. 7. AALL LE ALLOYED.CONDUI (UNDERGROUND)SHALL BE SCHEDULE 40 PVC UNLESS OTHERMSE NOTED.O/a'SHALL BE ME MINIMUM 9 COLORED 2.A TAPEPES LL BE PLACED .TOR OF ANO ALONG THE ENTRE LENGTH OF ALL UNDERGROUND CONDUITS O PED FOL B ALL MER c.DUns:GREEN COMPOSITE TwE Du.znE d APPROVED AUEMWTE AND wPPum VAIN A BOUT-DOW DEMOLITION &INSTALLATION NOTES: TRAFFIC--OOTW COKE MARKED'STREET STRBEEET LECT1NG•. RCONE RCN ALL COORDINATE NM Fo.L AND PRONBE AND INSTALL NEW SERVICE PONT PER FELE STAWARDS AND MEXPENSE WDVuaIRRITERED IN PANEL CH SCHEEWLE.TROL MSAHALL BE INSTALLED IN EACH PANELBOARD.Dum TERMINAL BLOCK SCHEDULES WALL BE ®OMER EWIPMN!SHALL BE DISPOSED Ar ME CONTRACTOR,a M.MI BEA.PueLc 0HVNR WPARTMENr.ALL 22. LEL REFERENCES TO A P.wnWLw MANUFACTURER ARE OVEN.AN ALTERNATE'B.S. 23. .1_SP.E CONDUITS SHAU_BE CAPPED NTH A PVC CAP.AND IDENTIFIED BY PERMANENT MARKERS•T ALL PAVEMENT CROSSNOS MArd PWEmDARO ZEDZIT s wTH NAME IDrVAN'ELwavDPANo CR`.D"WIITaND uBBERSHO YRMCE POINT wENnnCAn.SHAM 2£ CONTRACTOR WALL BARRICADES.ETA. PRO E ALL NEC SSARY EDIAPMNT FOR M.D.T.(MAINmNAN.a TRAmC)INCLUDING SW,FLA.., N. 20. ALL OUTDOOR INSTALUTIONS SHALL YET CURRENT FLORIDA BUILDING COOE INCLUDES SERVICE PMT,L.P. TUTEESFOUNDATONS SHALL BE DESIGNED FOR 150 MPH MND NTH EXPOSURE IMPORTANCE FACTOR 1.15 MD APPROPRIATE GUST FACTOR.THE CONTRACTOR SHALL INCLUDE WITH IRE SHOP DRAWNC MEAEx DMND LwL.IZ REWIRNNT. TME STATE OF FLORIDA SHWA.MAT THE PROPOSED INSTALLATWS MLL MEET T. ALL SPLICES IN PULLBOXES WALL BE MADE NM MOLDED SPLICE KIT TYCO-RAYCHEM CATALOG A GELCAP-w_2/0_3 HOLE.. REGI CMIAMIBEACH KdGm. FLAMINGO PARK :Ram" O � LPE = 6 ;Lr«NR DN APS :; TD MEOW O@1R�YOIT" ELECTRICAL NOTES R anoorrm wwrf..wm.nu ecoa.e ICMa4111.120YP rn APIOBI1 ort/DRAIT CS rumens LaN n kn.PM/Arab.Aryuncy lE fnwRaNMHyP 4y�AM�rawnN/LmryeRNMEp1 POLE DATA LEGEND >p PROPOSED LUMINAIRE WITH SINGLE ARM AND(I)80 WATTS L.E.D.LAMP POLE DIST. LUMINAIRE MOUNTING TYPE III.DRIVER WIRED FOR 120 VOLTS OPERATION.LUMINAIRE MOUNTED CIRCUIT STATION OR ARM WATTAGE POLE SETBACK NOTES ON MAST ARM AT 30 FT.-8 IN.WITH B FT ARM.USE AEL CURVE ATBS N_MVOLT_R3_3K.FOR LOCATION AND MOUNTING DETAILS.REFER POI 4-3 10+44.17TH ST WEST N/A 100W 13 BACK OF SIDEWALK TO SIGNALIZATON PLANS FOR DETAILS. P42 A-3 11079,11TH ST WEST N/A 100W 13' BACK OF SIDEWALK h P03 A-3 13+28,0TH ST WEST N/A 100W 17 BACK OF SIDEWALK V PROPOSED UGHT POLE WITH(1)100 WATTS L.E.D.LAMP TYPE IV,DRIVER PI4 A-3 I4+40.DTH ST WEST N/A 100W I7 RACK OF SIDEWALK WIRED FOR 460 VOLTS OPERATION.LUMINAIRE TOP MOUNTED AT 13 FT. P45 A-3 15+53,11TH ST WEST N/A 100W 77 BACK OF SIDEWALK UPLIGHT SHIELD,180'HOUSE SHIELD.USE HOLOPHANE CURVE GVD2-P50-30K-AN-M-BK-3-N-C-BK-GVDHSSI8. PO6 4•3 17+03,DTH ST WEST N/A 100W 13' BACK OF SIDEWALK 1147 A.3 18+15,DTH ST WEST N/A 100W 13' BACK OF SIDEWALK Pit 44 51+00,11TH ST EAST N/A 100W 17 BACK OF SIDEWALK $- EXISTING UGHT POLE TO REMAIN. POW A4 53+27,DTH ST EAST N/A 100W 17 BACK OF SIDEWALK fel. EXISTING UGHT POLE TO REMAIN. P010 A4 54+78,DTH ST EAST N/A 100W 13 BACK OF SIDEWALK YID M 10+02,11TH ST WEST N/A 100W /7 BACK OF SIDEWALK CAL) EXISTING UGHT POLE TO BE REMOVED. P432 AJ 11+23,0TH ST WEST N/A 100W 13' BACK OF SIDEWALK P433 M /2+27,DTH ST WEST N/A 1004 13' BACK OF SIDEWALK TJ EXISTING SERVICE PONT'A' P434 4I 5+40,LENOX AVE. N/A 100W 17 BACK OF SIDEWALK y P415 M 13+84,17TH ST WEST N/A 100W LI' BACK OF SIDEWALK El PROPOSED SIDEWALK MOUNTED PULL BOX. 1016 A-4 14+97,11TH ST WEST N/A WOW 17 BACK OF SIDEWALK _ EXISTING SIDEWALK MOUNTED PULL BOX. P477 A-4 16+09,DTH ST WEST N/A 100W 17 BACK OF SIDEWALK P438 AI 5+38,MICHIGAN AVE. N/A 100W I3' BACK OF SIDEWALK —•— PROPOSED,(4)2'PVC UNDERGROUND CONDUIT: P7119 M 17+59,0TH ST WEST N/A 100W E7 BACK OF SIDEWALK (1)WITH LIGHTING CONDUCTORS.FOR CONDUCTOR SIZE AND CKT.REFER TO PLANS. P020 M 18+73,DTH ST WEST N/A MOW 17 BACK OF SIDEWALK (3)SPARE WITH A TRACER WIRE PLACED IN THE 1021 A-2 30+39,DTH ST EAST N/A 100W EP BACK OF SIDEWALK TRENCH AND EOUIPPED WITH PULL WIRES/STRING P022 A-2 52+52,TRH ST EAST N/A 100W 17 BACK OF SIDEWALK INSIDE CONDUITS. P023 A-2 54+02,DTH ST EAST N/A 300W 17 BACK OF SIDEWALK EXISTING PVC SCHEDULE 40 UNDERGROUND CONDUIT. CONVENTIONAL LIGHTING DESIGN CRITERIA CONVENTIONAL LIGHTING DESIGN CRITERIA AVERAGE INITIAL INTENSITY 0.6 F.C. UNIFORMITY RATIOS AVG/MIN 4:1 OR LESS MAX/MIN 10:1 OR LESS WINO SPEED ISO MPH 1.01100.1100. •MIAMI BEACH FLAMINGO PARK o n .m'"' MEM. 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EXPANSIONUMATERIAL ill q 1 ELTN PROJECTION 1.CHAMFER t.i --_ ��_ i _J_' PULL BOX 1St MIEN ii��(— �� EL 3t ROUGH . �ELECTRIC DUCT-SYSTEM l9 ANCHOR BOLT CIRCLEt PVC PIPE DIA CONDUIT EDGE OF FOOTING (TO FACILITATE 3 EAN I• ) TO COINCIDE WITH PROPER DRAINAGE) S' (TOPCL6 S BALK OF SIDEWALK —UI PLAN (tBCTTOVM •DIA CONDUIT . P MN.' SLEEVE SPREAD FOUNDATION(N.T.S.f _ E - J (9920 S DIA CONDUIT GRAD ROD SOIL PARAMETERS: DESIGN LOADS: S DIA CONDUITIP SECTION B-B FRICTION ANGLE:29 DEGREES AXIAL DEAD LOAD:202 LBS (CONTRACTOR MAY ADJUST BARS AS REQUIRED TO AVOID CONFLICT WITH CONDUITS) SOIL DRY UNIT WEIGHT:105 PCF WIND MOMENT(TRANSVERSE):2.6 FT-KIPS 14.5. SOIL SUBMERGED UNIT WEIGHT:42.6 PCF WIND MOMENT(LONGITUDINAL),045 FT-KIPS ULTIMATE BEARING CAPACITY:4.500 PSF SHEAR(TRANSVERSE):026 KIPS PERFORMANCE FACTOR 0.45 TORSION:0 FT-KIPS 7P S*5 BAR NOTES: TABLE OF SPREAD FOOTING PARAMETERS I. DESIGN SPECIFICATIONS: POLE NO.STATION FOOTING DIM.L DIM.B DIM.C N M LI L2 5 FOOT STRUCTURES MANUAL,JANUARY 2015. TYPE AASHTO STANDARD SPECIFICATIONS FOR STRUCTURAL SUPPORTS FOR HIGHWAY SIGNS, LUNINAIRES.AND TRAFFIC SIGNALS(6TH ED)AS MODIFIED BY FOOT. 2. FOUNDATION HAS BEEN DESIGNED FOR LIGHT POST OF 134 MOUNTING HEIGHT. DESIGN WIND PRESSURE BASED ON A 25 YEAR MEAN RECURRENCE INTERVAL(150 M.P.H.WIND SPEED). 3. CONCRETE:CLASS II CONCRETE PC.3400 PSI 20 DAYS MINIMUM COMP.STRENGTH. 4. ANCHOR BOLT MATERIAL ASTM FI554 GRADE 55.DIAMETER,PROJECTION.LENGTH.AND BOLTS CIRCLE AS PER MANUFACTURERS SPECIFICATIONS(SUBMITTAL DATA REWIRED). ANCHOR BOLTS AND HARDWARE TO BE GALVANIZED PER SECTION 460-30 OF F.O.O.T.SPECIFICATIONS. 5. BEARING PRESSURE:MAXIMUM OF 912 PSF.SOIL SHALL BE CAPABLE OF WITHSTANDING THIS PRESSURE. NOTE:N&N INCLUDE TOP AND BOTTOM STEEL MATS. 6. ALL CONDUITS SHALL BE P.V.C.SCHEDULE 40. T. AT PULL BOX CUT TOP REINFORCING AS REQUIRED. S DENOTES TOTAL PER FOOTING B. SHOP DRAWINGS SHALL BE SUBMITTED TO EOM FOR APPROVAL PRIOR TO FABRICATION. 9. 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R.eie. 3,0,e1= R1SST w',rm.e./ny.xnCR.11 Stne-rr.w+RM+.RwwMRT.rvuoPLTozan .ADSCAPE AND IRRIGATION PANS FLAMINGO PARK NEIGHBORHOOD CITY OF MIAMI BEACH I RFP NO..2016-205-KB o DESIGN/BUILD SERVICES FOR RIGHT OF WAY INFRASTRUCTURE IMPROVEMENT PROGRAM FOREe FLAMINGO PARK NEIGHBORHOOD-PHASE II DAVID MANCINI&SONS IN ASSOCIATION WITH A&P CONSULTING TRANSPORTATION ENGINEERS 6 m MIAMI '"'�' „„ BEACH ��' ��� ���� ,,, PUBLIC WORKS DEPARTMENT Nri.-1:, HIGHWAY IMPROVEMENTS T•�_�rr \ FLAMINGO PARK NEIGHBORHOOD Is 11 '..exE PROPOSED LANDSCAPE IMPROVEMENTS ALONG 11th STREET , u7E,' (FROM EAST OF ALTON RD. TO WEST OF JEFFERSON AVE. AND ',,.FE. FROM EAST OF EUCLID AVE. TO WEST OF WASHINGTON AVE.) .-K„ LOCATION OF PROJECT_ PROJECT LOCATION 811 OM.aMMUS OI m L Ill 1 lig I i I I Ii I RA ► 1 I/1LlllnJ CITY OF MIAMI BEACH -- _ 1 MAYOR: PHILIP LEVINE �__ 'EP 1:1!. Nm ^— ,�a' INDEX OF DRAWINGS SHEET NO. SHEET DESCRIPTION COMMISSIONERS: RICKY ARRIOLA I KEY SHEET MICHAEL AELAGRIEF O I S V LJIIL IJILL y " ��ff fi fi nn 2 PROJECT LAYOUT/KEY PLAN JOMICKY STEINBERG I I :I I, 3-6 PLANTING PLAN KRISTEN ROSEN GONZALEZ y p. p JOHN ELIZABETH ALEMAN 111_1_ _,`_L _3 r 7 , 7I 7-8 PLANTING NOTES,SPECIFICATIONS,AND DETAILS CITY MANAGER: JIMMY L. MORALES 1.=1_,,_ - 9-12 IRRIGATION PLAN CITY ATTORNEY: RAUL J. AGUILA === -_ =J t JI l3-I4 IRRIGATION NOTES,SPECIFICATIONS,AND DETAILS ASSISTANT CITY MANAGER/ f ��(� DIRECTOR OF PUBLIC WORKS: ERIC CARPENTER, P.E. — --— ----— u CITY ENGINEER: BRUCE A. MOWRY, Ph.D., P.E. LOCATION MAP N.T.S. 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HYu N LAN lagmaemn.a iaaMo 10 ••••••.la9miaule UTd QA Y.Aaaeare f6mon' m w..5 sold and m. I0 d.6 spread,2-W. ...Ade Palm 8O%SJ Sol ...Gem MMM mlwbeFa .mtrdie ea 10 d QA BOR SE SNSeed 'en v DOE Mlmandy Faeroes Bd.M'see.,x( .. .".Spmdk Tolle HYVE HY Everglades Mud .._S'>^pon'e SMppv lobed n am km Mamamebell.d 18 r.Bd OA,MIA xunk SMrbd AldoWm Mdd ...Pygmy Doe Pour mna.cy. PIRA Thome mdyo ea 6'd OA ...ThokF Palm LOW SHRUBS MIAMIBEACH oKa mt.. FLAMINGO PARK NEIGHBORHOOD waween_U.NDSCAPEARGHITECT OF RECO.,____ DRAM SV US Mb Pa. Flo Nam Amo�IR11RA>OKKNIRIMIK„n ENAT M.' PLANTING PLAN pNcrtn. + ,�, I IcsAsneeney WWIane 1,20.0. r�uxw eearms ""an[e wmoe.r MO CATE NEN.. aPa.eV 0.MO ar.e>e we..N w EALING SLYER BUUONNg0�0 TREES ON ADJACENT SUE iia .. *.�1���./f\�A1►, * flys':.: -.: SA 11:iii`*:'; ie,/ as feliii,sl :_,...iit,'E,V-- ..� Io.Shw AEP') . -/�, ��� ���� i��� Incl villi iiiii villi 16 villi. rdl. iiiii 11TH STR ET �;.�, seen Pak Aln viiiie Rill rdravwM. I ren I � �� i�. ���"'11E r a ¢ t iiiii•Amei ilii•: W 1....... Ki _ z , , , ,. _u IIII IIII SWEDE TREES KEY PUNT NAME TALL PALMS PM UT.SIZE KEY PLANT NAME Ott. ea SIZE GABE CaRedulRa b ••• m KEY PLANT NAME OTT. UT CLM Onmobolanus mom .BRd::m emaMd le'aw.a apml.Tcd. GONG�mmKdeea w m zrww .NRd^"..,am level@.:e,af zA•wc, CAGE C.*44.maamilb IT ea M'IW x a spm..Tad. URO amm.mPAumow , ERA Emotlea Ma n. IB11@..,.S R1'w<. . m 20 RAGA ...Gobe�C.rge UM lrvbnv baaawm m. lA'.i.d'spW,Tcd. Rounded Fon Palm NEwa 440.040rm 0rm6 A' m. mar,...kw.0.c Wtld Toniodud SADA SMal palm,. aZ m m_20.0%bomad.Immense ...Gra Maud Tan 3600 SMALL IREES(under OYH we) ..SdW PalmwR WE bw pre m. IBsI@.:mud 2E'w.c. KEY PLANT NAME YHAO VN.Aa^m"4amma^° m.NMA p1 COES Gammas mama PTY. Ui.SW ...Moagarr ldn LAW lmmimm*brem, letl@,:wd ZR'o.c 'Lean' m. ballxd'speod,Ycd. SMAD PALMS NaderOYH weldKEY wen Jammu ...L.e Bumn.wd L' am nuan tbH m. 1061.5spore.?cal. HYLAPUN PE�RMAE QTY. UT.SIZE MISCELLANEOUS LERe IO lo9... m Ib id OA d StAma eHomy' I4Pm+.sena mom nI0 . Nl.6'spend.T.d. ...NaAe?aM Plana,LI PPM NYEMaba.ehal61k en IOMEOA BOl65iMa Send 20% MOOR ./..."2`22.9.2'2 Ball.a'9pao4,<.rdn. "'SRadk PoAn IB Everglade,Mud _.SvRears SoPpm Med a.m lam PHRO Mom.amber. n.@tl OAdouble.md Xnaded AMloFim Mull me,Doe Palm m'n.Ice, %NRA Theum wd. ea Ala OA ...IM1MCF Palm LOW SHRUMS MIAMI BEACH eoacTxR FLAMINGO PARK NEIGHBORHOOD re, erv,m IANOSCAPE ARCHITECT OF RECORD — learners•LRm�r,�,. s..*a". PLANTING PLAN [Kean ___AER___N m l OaA 9.010,•�•P' rxR mo R u x° emRms Mal r a BATE NMI. i � .L , , llr IIIIiLlf lfg Yr E - A r-..rim.— . - II/II Iy'ILI/IIIII. S iIl � ,.... �� _m —•/ Shads ToR) -�r r 'III �� II� ' V � b$/ubigI IIiII 53Tall.ha BrpJ IIII i I ands ON " Small Lo hp) 11TH STREET IIIIiI Ma.oMlre ^/II. II . I IIII I � r 1IIIIIII/IIIII•IIIIIIIIIIIII' .�� I•. FI5IEF _i - IIA > _ _ �IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII • —4'= — ----—a—'I— 11::;';21 Q ;r '.,..-.s to �•-. SHADE TREES TALL PALMS KEY PLANT NAME Ott. UT.SIZE KEY PLANT NAMEKEY PLANT NAME OTY. UT.SIZE CARR CdHhr'am Moslems m. 11'aR,6'xpd,rxd. OTT_ LT SFIE CHIERA Clopob04.xa mom m. ISUIT,Ada121'a.c .&od;m BawHkd CONG lam..c;bo m 2a MOx ...Ham.d(¢aplum CAGB Casolpixo BmwdE.o m M'm1.6'oreod.8cd. URO L.;san:o asumU;o m 2QNOA ERU EMbo, d o. 1SU IT,:..SE Al o1. ..BMoh.l irm 12 ...ROardlooi FOo Rdm OSA Loaves IoMS;quu, m I1'sstl x 6'speed,8 cd. c CU Flan m.mcmpT Gram hand ea 18018.:od Al'0x. .w0d lmmad SAM Sobel mimeo so-21.M booed.hummer ...G m blood Tem 2dOp SMALL TREES(under OVH aura) ...Sobel Palm op SPE .D,pose o. 18,18 sohall AZ ac. KEY PLANT NAME OTT. UT.SIZE UFAN Ve.gp.p.p E'mrO1p m.MbR ON GOES Camrumua.ecaa SkaseAspmotl,EW. mummery Pan SAVO annum volutes ea 1.18.;mol 21'o.c Sem&Mon.00d SMALL PALMS funds Ohl.eaL wm lomso RG Na comm on la 5,5'sped rN KEY PUNT NAME Ott. Y1T.SIZE MISCEWWEOU$ IAM Cahoon NOIR Moak*lovers* es IaNOa d Sr.Ammo tlo am NYw LoneranaM..onm;ca 10 m ITS-69xmd.rm. Sand 20% HYVF ...BaNe Pdm Plums Sod K delis MTN /Symonds Moss, 8MI x A.mend,l aunts. M.Spadmeho4 atm xn 1aMOA MeV*.Mir. Smeoot Stop, 6.,,,,...“.0,, PNRO Phases;amass IB m 8,10A.double MAL %melded Madam 1.16 ..Ppmy Ooe Pmm ono.cY THRA Thema mama m.b'sd OA ...TM1OEh Palm [OW SHRUBS MIAMIBEACH PROOFS,NAMEFLAMINGO PARK NEIGHBORHOOD women_LANDSCAPEARCHITECT O RECORD DpAyants AS Sm Pen Pft KwL.wwRD�1P ..rnnc PLANTING PLAN .i'�-'.',i.-'_ axecMA_SP.. oT m.. osw sM...e.N wa.. P.,... r�u xo. Manes .xw�,E �_ SPAWN —„�Or SSW....c>.a...IAN r.“•:°, m ;;._ k .J11�. 45, ':.11111111\11118 �%%%%%%i }}S7� A z �. 1R. 1R1': ,.iAa1'e ru R�` •��.\1\1/1/1N111 � 1 _ti d "+.'{q�/� A rr'1.yn AA'S1fiJ rbJ R'L 1 R r r .s3S ° ,.y,,ar > 1 e ; a 1'h+r 1p:. A .+ _ _.. 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AND DETAILS nertavram 7' ,-, ATTACHMENT A RESOLUTION COMMISSION ITEMS AND COMMISSION MEMORANDUM MIAMIBEACH OFFICE OF THE CITY MANAGER LTC # LETTER TO COMMISSION 486-2016 TO: Mayor Philip Levine and Members of he City C. mission FROM: Jimmy L. Morales, City Manager DATE: November 14, 2016 SUBJECT: Evaluation Committee Relative to equest for Proposals (RFP) No. 2016-205-KB, for Design/Build Services for Right of Way Infrastructure Improvement Program for Flamingo Park Neighborhood The purpose of this LTC is to update the Mayor and City Commission on the status of Request for Proposals (RFP) No. 2016-205-KB, which seeks to establish an agreement with a qualified firm for design/build services for right of way infrastructure improvement program for Flamingo Park neighborhood. The City received seven (7) proposals pursuant to this RFP on Wednesday, November 2, 2016. The responsive proposals will be reviewed by the Evaluation Committee in accordance with the criteria established in the RFP. I am considering appointing the following individuals to serve on the Evaluation Committee: • Eric Arencibia, Civil Engineer I, Public Works Department, City of Miami Beach • Sabrina Baglieri, Senior Capital Projects Coordinator, Capital Improvement Program Division, City of Miami Beach • Kathleen Smarsh, Resident, City of Miami Beach • Luis Soto, Civil Engineer III, Public Works Department, City of Miami Beach • Igor Vassiliev, Civil Engineer II, Public Works Department, City of Miami Beach I am also considering the following individuals as alternates: • Eugene Egemba, Civil Engineer III, Public Works Department, City of Miami Beach • Wanda Mouzon, Resident, City of Miami Beach • Jose Rivas, Civil Engineer III, Public Works Department, City of Miami Beach I would appreciate any comments and/or suggestions you may have by Thursday, November 17,2016. Thank you. C: Mark Taxis, Assistant City Manager Alex Denis, Director, Procurement Department JLM/ /BAM/D/`,1 F:\PUFtC\$ALL\Solcitations\2016\2016-205-KB (RFP) DB Infrastructure Imp Program Flamingo Park Neighborhood\09-Evaluation Committee\LTC RFP 2016-205-KB DB Flamingo Park Neighborhood.doc Competitive Bid Reports -C2 E MIAMI BEACH COMMISSION MEMORANDUM TO: Honorable Mayor and Members of the City Commission FROM: Jimmy L. Morales, City Manager DATE: September 14, 2016 SUBJECT: REQUEST FOR APPROVAL TO ISSUE REQUEST FOR PROPOSALS (RFP) NO. 2016-205-KB FOR DESIGN BUILD SERVICES FOR THE RIGHT OF WAY INFRASTRUCTURE IMPROVEMENT PROGRAM FOR FLAMINGO PARK NEIGHBORHOOD. .. . ......_............... ... .. RECOMMENDATION Authorize the issuance of the RFP. ANALYSIS The City of Miami Beach is seeking proposals from qualified vendors to design/build 11th Street from Alton Road to Jefferson Avenue and from Euclid Avenue to Washington Avenue in the City of Miami Beach. The Selected Design/Build Firm shall coordinate the design concepts within the context of both the existing cross section of 11th Street. The qualified Design/Build Firm will be responsible for providing architectural, structural engineering, electrical, landscape architecture, construction cost estimating, surveying and geotechnical services for the Project. The work shall include, but not be limited to, conceptual drawing(s), surveying, geotechnical, design development, estimate(s) of probable construction cost, construction documents, permitting, bidding / award, construction and construction administration services for the Project. • MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS. Please Reference, Appendix C, Page 32, RFP 2016-205-KB for Design/Build Services for Right Of Way Infrastructure Improvement Program for Flamingo Park Neighborhood (attached). • SUBMITTAL REQUIREMENTS, Please Reference Section 0300, Page 12, RFP 2016-205-KB for Design/Build Services for Right Of Way Infrastructure Improvement Program for Flamingo Park Neighborhood (attached). • CRITERIA FOR EVALUATION. Please Reference Section 0400, Page 18, RFP 2016-205-KB for Design/Build Services for Right Of Way Infrastructure Improvement Program for Flamingo Park Neighborhood (attached). CONCLUSION The Administration recommends that the Mayor and Commission authorize the issuance of RFP No. 2016-205-KB for Design/Build Services for Right Of Way Infrastructure Improvement Page 208 of 2187 Program for Flamingo Park Neighborhood is subject to funds availability approved through the City's budgeting process. KEY INTENDED OUTCOMES SUPPORTED Ensure Reliable Stormwater Management And Resiliency Against Flooding By Implementing Select Short And Long-Term Solutions Including Addressing Sea-Level Rise Legislative Tracking Public Works/Procurement ATTACHMENTS: Description o Request for Proposals (RFP) 2016-205-KB Page 209 of 2187 REQUEST FOR PROPOSALS ( RFP) DESIGN/BUILD SERVICES FOR RIGHT OF WAY INFRASTRUCTURE IMPROVEMENT PROGRAM FOR FLAMINGO PARK NEIGHBORHOOD RFP NO. 2016-205-KB RFP ISSUANCE DATE: SEPTEMBER 16, 2016 PROPOSALS DUE: OCTOBER 31, 2016 @ 3:00 PM ISSUED BY: KRISTY BADA Or MIAMIBEACH KRISTY BADA, CONTRACTING OFFICER II PROCUREMENT DEPARTMENT 1755 Meridian Avenue, 3rd Floor, Miami Beach, FL 33139 305.673.7000 x6218 J kristybada@miamibeachfl.gov www.miamibeachfl.gov Page 210 of 2187 CP. BEACH TABLE OF CONTENTS SOLICITATION SECTIONS: PAGE 0100 PUBLIC NOTICE 3 0200 INSTRUCTIONS TO PROPOSERS & GENERAL CONDITIONS 4 0300 PROPOSAL SUBMITTAL INSTRUCTIONS & FORMAT 12 0400 PROPOSAL EVALUATION 18 0500 CITY OF MIAMI BEACH LICENSES, PERMITS AND FEES 21 APPENDICES: PAGE APPENDIX A PROPOSAL CERTIFICATON, QUESTIONNAIRE AND AFFIDAVITS 23 APPENDIX B "NO PROPOSAL" FORM 30 APPENDIX C MINIMUM REQUIREMENTS & SPECIFICATIONS 32 APPENDIX D SPECIAL CONDITIONS 37 APPENDIX E COST PROPOSAL FORM 40 APPENDIX F INSURANCE REQUIREMENTS 44 RFP 2016-091-KB 2 Page 211 of 2187 AN", SECTION 0100 PUBLIC NOTICE City of Miami Beach, 1755 Meridian Avenue, 3rd Floor, Miami Beach, Florida 33139, www.miamibeachfl.gov PROCUREMENT DEPARTMENT Tel: 305.673.7490 REQUEST FOR PROPOSALS(RFP)No.2016-205-KB DESIGN/BUILD SERVICES FOR RIGHT OF WAY INFRASTRUCTURE IMPROVEMENT PROGRAM FOR FLAMINGO PARK NEIGHBORHOOD Miami Beach,Florida Sealed proposals will be received until 3:00 PM on October 31, 2016 at the following address: City of Miami Beach, Procurement Department,3rd Floor,and 1755 Meridian Avenue,Miami Beach,Florida 33139. By means of this RFP, the City seeks to contract with a Design/Build Firm for RIGHT OF WAY INFRASTRUCTURE IMPROVEMENT PROGRAM FOR FLAMINGO PARK NEIGHBORHOOD.Proposals received pursuant to this RFP will be evaluated in a two-phased process (Phase I and Phase II). The Design/Build Firm (DBF) will be responsible for the survey, design, permitting, community outreach, construction administration and the construction of the infrastructure site work for 11th Street(Alton Road to Jefferson Avenue and Euclid Avenue to Washington Avenue)Right Of Way Infrastructure Improvement Program Flamingo Park Neighborhood.The work will include but not be limited to site preparation;earthwork;roadway reconstruction;water,sewer and storm drainage installation,and/or relocation;water services relocation;landscape;traffic signals,signage;streetlights sidewalks;and streetscape improvements. A Pre-Proposal Meeting is scheduled for September 27,2016©10:00 A.M.at the following address:City of Miami Beach,Procurement Department Conference Room,3rd Floor,and 1755 Meridian Avenue,Miami Beach,Florida 33139. Attendance(in person or via telephone)is as a source of information. Respondents interested in participating in the Pre-Proposal Meeting via telephone must follow these steps: (1)Dial the TELEPHONE NUMBER:1-888-270-9936(Toll-free North America) (2)Enter the MEETING NUMBER:5804578# The deadline for receipt of questions is due on October 21, 2016 by 5:00 pm and all questions or requests for clarifications must be received by the Department of Procurement in writing to Kristy Bada, via e-mail: kristybada(a7miamibeachfl.gov with a copy to the City Clerk's office, Rafael E. Granado via email: rafaelgranado@miamibeachfl.gov no later than ten(10)calendar days prior to the scheduled RFP due date. For further information regarding this RFP and to receive any addendum issued,interested parties are required to register with the Public Purchase at www.oublicpurchase.com.Failure to receive an addendum issued through Public Purchase may result in disqualification of bid. YOU ARE HEREBY ADVISED THAT THIS REQUEST FOR QUALIFICATIONS IS UNDER THE CONE OF SILENCE—ORDINANCE NO. 2002-3378 WHICH MAY BE FOUND ON THE CITY OF MIAMI BEACH WEBSITE: http://web.miamibeachfl.gov/procurement/scroll.aspx?id=23510. Sincerely, Kristy Bada Contracting Officer II Procurement Department RFP 2016-091-KB 3 Page 212 of 2187 B EACH SECTION 0200 INSTRUCTIONS TO RESPONDENTS&GENERAL CONDITIONS 1. GENERAL. This Request for Proposals (RFP) is issued by the City of Miami Beach, Florida (the "City"), as the means for prospective Proposer to submit their qualifications, proposed scopes of work and cost Statement of Qualifications (the "proposal")to the City for the City's consideration as an option in achieving the required scope of services and requirements as noted herein. All documents released in connection with this solicitation, including all appendixes and addenda, whether included herein or released under separate cover, comprise the solicitation, and are complementary to one another and together establish the complete terms, conditions and obligations of the Proposer and, subsequently, the successful proposer(s)(the"contractor[s]")if this RFP results in an award. The City utilizes PublicPurchase(www.publicpurchase.com)for automatic notification of competitive solicitation opportunities and document fulfillment,including the issuance of any addendum to this RFP.Any prospective proposer who has received this RFP by any means other than through PublicPurchase must register immediately with PublicPurchase to assure it receives any addendum issued to this RFP. Failure to receive an addendum may result in disqualification of proposal submitted. 2.PURPOSE. By means of this RFP, the City seeks to contract with a Design/Build Firm for the design, permitting, community outreach for, construction administration and the construction of the infrastructure site work for Right Of Way Infrastructure Improvement Program Flamingo Park Neighborhood. Proposals received pursuant to this RFP will be evaluated in a two-phased process (Phase I and Phase II). Phase I Proposers will be evaluated in accordance with the criteria established in Section 0400 for Phase I Evaluation. Following City Commission selection of the short-listed proposers pursuant to Phase I of the RFP, the short-listed proposers will be allotted approximately 45 days to prepare a detailed technical proposal for the Project.The short- listed proposers will also be provided, via addendum, with the formal Design Criteria Package (DCP) and Design/Build Agreement. Following Phase I short-listing and prior to receipt of proposals pursuant to Phase II, the City may issue further information and clarifications via Addenda to the short-listed proposers, including (but not limited to) any amendments to the Design Criteria Package, cost tender form, form of contract, and other informational items or requirements necessary for the short-listed proposers to submit its Phase II proposals.Additionally,the City will conduct a pre-submittal conference with short- listed proposers to facilitate project understanding and consider any project specific questions from the short-listed proposers. Phase II proposals will be evaluated in accordance with the criteria established in Section 0400 for Phase II Evaluation. Following City Commission approval of the City Managers recommendation pursuant to Phase II, the City will enter into contract negotiations and execution. This RFP is issued pursuant to Chapter 287.055, Florida Statutes, the Consultants Competitive Negotiations Act (CCNA). 3.SOLICITATION TIMETABLE.The tentative schedule for this solicitation is as follows: Phase I-Qualifications RFP Issued September 16,2016 Pre-Proposal Meeting September 27,2016 AT 10:00 AM Deadline for Receipt of Questions October 21,2016 AT 5:00 PM Responses Due October 31,2016 AT 3:00 PM Evaluation Committee Meeting TBD Commission Approval to Shortlist TBD Phase II—Technical Proposals Solicitation Issued to Short-Listed Proposers TBD Pre-Submittal Meeting TBD RFP 2016-205-KB 4 Page 213 of 2187 m BEACH Deadline for Receipt of Questions TBD Proposals Due TBD Evaluation Committee Meeting to Interview TBD Commission Approval of Final Proposer TBD 4. PROCUREMENT CONTACT. Any questions or clarifications concerning this solicitation shall be submitted to the Procurement Contact noted below: Procurement Contact: Telephone: Email: Kristy Bada 305-673-7490 kristybada(a miamibeachfl.gov £dditionally. the City Clerk is to be copied on all communications via e-mail at: RafaelGranadot miamibeachfl.•ov: or via acsimile: 786-394-4188. The Bid title/number shall be referenced on all correspondence. All questions or requests for clarification must be received no later than ten (10) calendar days prior to the date proposals are due as scheduled in Section 0200-3. All responses to questions/clarifications will be sent to all prospective Proposers in the form of an addendum. 5. PRE-PROPOSAL MEETING OR SITE VISIT(S). Only if deemed necessary by the City, a pre-proposal meeting or site visit(s)may be scheduled. A Pre-PROPOSAL conference will be held as scheduled in Anticipated RFP Timetable section above at the following address: City of Miami Beach Procurement Department Conference Room 1755 Meridian Avenue,3RD Floor Miami Beach,Florida 33139 Attendance (in person or via telephone) is encouraged and recommended as a source of information, but is not mandatory. Proposers interested in participating in the Pre-Proposal Submission Meeting via telephone must follow these steps: (1)Dial the TELEPHONE NUMBER: 1-888-270-9936(Toll-free North America) (2)Enter the MEETING NUMBER:5804578 Proposers who are interested in participating via telephone should send an e-mail to the contact person listed in this RFP expressing their intent to participate via telephone. 6. PRE-PROPOSAL INTERPRETATIONS. Oral information or responses to questions received by prospective Proposers are not binding on the City and will be without legal effect, including any information received at pre-submittal meeting or site visit(s). The City by means of Addenda will issue interpretations or written addenda clarifications considered necessary by the City in response to questions. Only questions answered by written addenda will be binding and may supersede terms noted in this solicitation. Addendum will be released through PublicPurchase. Any prospective proposer who has received this RFP by any means other than through PublicPurchace must register immediately with PublicPurchase to assure it receives any addendum issued to this RFP. Failure to receive an addendum may result in disqualification of proposal. Written questions should be received no later than the date outlined in the Anticipated RFP Timetable section. 7. CONE OF SILENCE.This RFP is subject to, and all proposers are expected to be or become familiar with,the City's Cone of Silence Requirements,as codified in Section 2-486 of the City Code. Proposers shall be solely responsible for ensuring that all applicable provisions of the City's Cone of Silence are complied with, and shall be subject to any and all sanctions, as prescribed therein, including rendering their response voidable, in the event of such non-compliance. Communications regarding this solicitation are to be submitted in writing to the Procurement Contact named herein with a copy to the City Clerk at rafaelgranado(a)miamibeachfl.00v. RFP 2016-205-KB 5 Page 214 of 2187 Se`.' BEACH 8. SPECIAL NOTICES. You are hereby advised that this solicitation is subject to the following ordinances/resolutions, which may be found on the City Of Miami Beach website:http://web.miamibeachfl.qov/procurement/scroll.aspx?id=23510 • CONE OF SILENCE CITY CODE SECTION 2-486 • PROTEST PROCEDURES CITY CODE SECTION 2-371 • DEBARMENT PROCEEDINGS CITY CODE SECTIONS 2-397 THROUGH 2-485.3 • LOBBYIST REGISTRATION AND DISCLOSURE OF FEES CITY CODE SECTIONS 2-481 THROUGH 2-406 • CAMPAIGN CONTRIBUTIONS BY VENDORS CITY CODE SECTION 2-487 • CAMPAIGN CONTRIBUTIONS BY LOBBYISTS ON PROCUREMENT ISSUES CITY CODE SECTION 2-488 • REQUIREMENT FOR CITY CONTRACTORS TO PROVIDE EQUAL BENEFITS FOR DOMESTIC PARTNERS CITY CODE SECTION 2-373 • LIVING WAGE REQUIREMENT CITY CODE SECTIONS 2-407 THROUGH 2-410 • PREFERENCE FOR FLORIDA SMALL BUSINESSES OWNED AND CONTROLLED BY VETERANS AND TO STATE-CERTIFIED SERVICE- DISABLED VETERAN BUSINESS ENTERPRISES CITY CODE SECTION 2-374 • FALSE CLAIMS ORDINANCE CITY CODE SECTION 70-300 • ACCEPTANCE OF GIFTS,FAVORS&SERVICES CITY CODE SECTION 2-449 9. PUBLIC ENTITY CRIME. A person or affiliate who has been placed on the convicted vendor list following a conviction for public entity crimes may not submit a bid on a contract to provide any goods or services to a public entity,may not submit a bid on a contract with a public entity for the construction or repair of a public building or public work,may not submit bids on leases of real property to public entity, may not be awarded or perform work as a contractor, supplier, sub-contractor, or consultant under a contract with a public entity, and may not transact business with any public entity in excess of the threshold amount provided in Sec. 287.017, for CATEGORY TWO for a period of 36 months from the date of being placed on the convicted vendor list. 10. COMPLAINCE WITH THE CITY'S LOBBYIST LAWS. This RFP is subject to, and all Proposers are expected to be or become familiar with, all City lobbyist laws. Proposers shall be solely responsible for ensuring that all City lobbyist laws are complied with,and shall be subject to any and all sanctions, as prescribed therein, including,without limitation, disqualification of their responses,in the event of such non-compliance. 11. DEBARMENT ORDINANCE: This RFP is subject to, and all proposers are expected to be or become familiar with, the City's Debarment Ordinance as codified in Sections 2-397 through 2-406 of the City Code. 12.WITH THE CITY'S CAMPAIGN FINANCE REFORM LAWS. This RFP is subject to, and all Proposers are expected to be or become familiar with, the City's Campaign Finance Reform laws, as codified in Sections 2-487 through 2-490 of the City Code. Proposers shall be solely responsible for ensuring that all applicable provisions of the City's Campaign Finance Reform laws are complied with, and shall be subject to any and all sanctions, as prescribed therein, including disqualification of their responses,in the event of such non-compliance. 13.CODE OF BUSINESS ETHICS. Pursuant to City Resolution No.2000-23879, the Proposer shall adopt a Code of Business Ethics("Code")and submit that Code to the Procurement Division with its response or within five (5) days upon receipt of request. The Code shall, at a minimum, require the Proposer, to comply with all applicable governmental rules and regulations including, among others,the conflict of interest, lobbying and ethics provision of the City of Miami Beach and Miami Dade County. 14.AMERICAN WITH DISABILITIES ACT(ADA). Call 305-673-7490 to request material in accessible format; sign language interpreters (five (5) days in advance when possible), or information on access for persons with disabilities. For more information on ADA compliance,please call the Public Works Department,at 305-673-7000, Extension 2984. 15. POSTPONEMENT OF DUE DATE FOR RECEIPT OF PROPOSALS. The City reserves the right to postpone the deadline for submittal of proposals and will make a reasonable effort to give at least three (3) calendar days written notice of any such postponement to all prospective Proposers through PublicPurchase. 16. PROTESTS. Proposers that are not selected may protest any recommendation for selection of award in accordance with RFP 2016-205-KB 6 Page 215 of 2187 BEACH eh proceedings established pursuant to the City's bid protest procedures, as codified in Sections 2-370 and 2-371 of the City Code (the City's Bid Protest Ordinance). Protest not timely made pursuant to the requirements of the City's Bid Protest Ordinance shall be barred. 17.Omitted Intentionally 18. VETERAN BUSINESS ENTERPRISES PREFERENCE. Pursuant to City Code Section 2-374, the City shall give a preference to a responsive and responsible Proposer which is a small business concern owned and controlled by a veteran(s) or which is a service-disabled veteran business enterprise, and which is within five percent (5%) of the lowest responsive, responsible proposer, by providing such proposer an opportunity of providing said goods or contractual services for the lowest responsive proposal amount(or in this RFP, the highest proposal amount). Whenever, as a result of the foregoing preference, the adjusted prices of two(2)or more proposers which are a small business concern owned and controlled by a veteran(s)or a service-disabled veteran business enterprise constitute the lowest proposal pursuant to an RFP or oral or written request for quotation, and such proposals are responsive, responsible and otherwise equal with respect to quality and service, then the award shall be made to the service-disabled veteran business enterprise. 19.DETERMINATION OF AWARD. Pursuant to F.S.287.055,the City shall first consider the qualifications of firms through the process outlined in Section 0400, Evaluation Methodology. The Evaluation of proposals shall proceed in a two-phase process: A. Phase I — Proposals will be evaluated in accordance with the criteria established in Section 0400 for Phase I Evaluation. Following the Phase I Evaluation Process, the City Manager may submit a recommendation to the City Commission to short-list one or more proposers at the conclusion of the Phase I evaluation to be considered in Phase II. The number of respondents recommended to be short-listed for consideration in Phase II is solely at the discretion of the City Manager. B. Phase II—Short-listed Proposals will be evaluated in accordance with the criteria established in Section 0400 for Phase II Evaluation. The results of both Phase I and Phase II evaluations will be considered by the City Manager who may recommend to the City Commission the respondent(s) he deems to be in the best interest of the City, or may recommend rejection of all responses. The City Manager's recommendation need not be consistent with the scoring results identified herein and takes into consideration Miami Beach City Code Section 2-369, including the following considerations: a. The ability,capacity and skill of the proposer to perform the contract. b. Whether the proposer can perform the contract within the time specified,without delay or interference. c. The character,integrity,reputation,judgment,experience and efficiency of the respondent. d. The quality of performance of previous contracts. e. The previous and existing compliance by the proposer with laws and ordinances relating to the contract. The City Commission shall consider the City Manager's recommendation for each phase and may approve such recommendation. The City Commission may also, at its option, reject the City Manager's recommendation and select another proposer (or proposers) which it deems to be in the best interest of the City, or it may also reject all responses. Once the Phase II ranking is approved by the City Commission, the City will enter into contract negotiations with the top ranked firm. If the City and selected firm cannot agree on contractual terms, the City will terminate negotiations and begin negotiations with the next ranked firm, continuing this process with each firm in rank order until agreeable terms can be met or the procurement is terminated. Contract negotiations and execution will take place as quickly as possible after selection. 20. NEGOTIATIONS. Following selection, the City reserves the right to enter into further negotiations with the selected Proposer. Notwithstanding the preceding, the City is in no way obligated to enter into a contract with the selected Proposer in the event the parties are unable to negotiate a contract. It is also understood and acknowledged by Proposers that no property, contract or legal rights of any kind shall be created at any time until and unless an Agreement has been agreed to;approved by the City;and executed by the parties. RFP 2016-205-KB 7 Page 216 of 2187 BEACH 21. Postponement/Cancellation/Acceptance/Rejection.The City may, at its sole and absolute discretion, reject any and all, or parts of any and all, responses; re-advertise this RFP; postpone or cancel, at any time, this RFP process; or waive any irregularities in this RFP, or in any responses received as a result of this RFP. Reasonable efforts will be made to either award the proposer the contract or reject all proposals within one-hundred twenty(120)calendar days after proposal opening date.A proposer may withdraw its proposal after expiration of one hundred twenty (120) calendar days from the date of proposal opening by delivering written notice of withdrawal to the Department of Procurement Management prior to award of the contract by the City Commission. 22.PROPOSER'S RESPONSIBILITY. Before submitting a response,each Proposer shall be solely responsible for making any and all investigations, evaluations, and examinations, as it deems necessary, to ascertain all conditions and requirements affecting the full performance of the contract. Ignorance of such conditions and requirements, and/or failure to make such evaluations, investigations, and examinations, will not relieve the Proposer from any obligation to comply with every detail and with all provisions and requirements of the contract, and will not be accepted as a basis for any subsequent claim whatsoever for any monetary consideration on the part of the Proposer. 23. COSTS INCURRED BY PROPOSERS. All expenses involved with the preparation and submission of Proposals, or any work performed in connection therewith, shall be the sole responsibility (and shall be at the sole cost and expense) of the Proposer,and shall not be reimbursed by the City. 24. RELATIONSHIP TO THE CITY. It is the intent of the City, and Proposers hereby acknowledge and agree, that the successful Proposer is considered to be an independent contractor, and that neither the Proposer, nor the Proposer's employees,agents,and/or contractors,shall,under any circumstances, be considered employees or agents of the City. 24. OCCUPATIONAL HEALTH AND SAFETY. In compliance with Chapter 442, Florida Statutes, any toxic substance listed in Section 38F-41.03 of the Florida Administrative Code delivered as a result of this proposal must be accompanied by a Material Safety Data Sheet(MSDS)which may be obtained from the manufacturer. 25. ENVIRONMENTAL REGULATIONS. The City reserves the right to consider a proposer's history of citations and/or violations of environmental regulations in investigating a proposer's responsibility, and further reserves the right to declare a proposer not,responsible if the history of violations warrant such determination in the opinion of the City. Proposer shall submit with its proposal; a complete history of all citations and/or violations, notices and dispositions thereof. The non-submission of any such documentation shall be deemed to be an affirmation by the Proposer that there are no citations or violations. Proposer shall notify the City immediately of notice of any citation or violation which proposer may receive after the proposal opening date and during the time of performance of any contract awarded to it. 26.TAXES.The City of Miami Beach is exempt from all Federal Excise and State taxes. 27.MISTAKES.Proposers are expected to examine the terms,conditions,specifications,delivery schedules, proposed pricing, and all instructions pertaining to the goods and services relative to this RFP. Failure to do so will be at the Proposer's risk and may result in the Proposal being non-responsive. 28. PAYMENT. Payment will be made by the City after the goods or services have been received, inspected, and found to comply with contract, specifications, free of damage or defect, and are properly invoiced. Invoices must be consistent with Purchase Order format. 29. COPYRIGHT, PATENTS & ROYALTIES. Proposer shall indemnify and save harmless the City of Miami Beach, Florida, and its officers, employees, contractors, and/or agents,from liability of any nature or kind, including cost and expenses for,or on account of,any copyrighted, patented, or unpatented invention,process,or article manufactured or used in the performance of the contract, including its use by the City of Miami Beach, Florida. If the Proposer uses any design, device or materials covered by letters, patent, or copyright, it is mutually understood and agreed, without exception, that the proposal prices shall include all royalties or cost arising from the use of such design,device,or materials in any way involved in the work. 30. DEFAULT: Failure or refusal of the selected Proposer to execute a contract following approval of such contract by the City RFP 2016-205-KB 8 Page 217 of 2187 ! BEACH Commission, or untimely withdrawal of a response before such award is made and approved, may result in a claim for damages by the City and may be grounds for removing the Proposer from the City's vendor list. 31. MANNER OF PERFORMANCE. Proposer agrees to perform its duties and obligations in a professional manner and in accordance with all applicable Local, State, County, and Federal laws, rules, regulations and codes. Lack of knowledge or ignorance by the Proposer with/of applicable laws will in no way be a cause for relief from responsibility. Proposer agrees that the services provided shall be provided by employees that are educated, trained, experienced, certified, and licensed in all areas encompassed within their designated duties. Proposer agrees to furnish to the City any and all documentation, certification, authorization, license, permit, or registration currently required by applicable laws, rules, and regulations. Proposer further certifies that it and its employees will keep all licenses, permits, registrations, authorizations, or certifications required by applicable laws or regulations in full force and effect during the term of this contract. Failure of Proposer to comply with this paragraph shall constitute a material breach of this contract. Where contractor is required to enter or go on to City of Miami Beach property to deliver materials or perform work or services as a result of any contract resulting from this solicitation, the contractor will assume the full duty, obligation and expense of obtaining all necessary licenses, permits, and insurance, and assure all work complies with all applicable laws. The contractor shall be liable for any damages or loss to the City occasioned by negligence of the Proposer, or its officers, employees, contractors,and/or agents,for failure to comply with applicable laws. 32. SPECIAL CONDITIONS. Any and all Special Conditions that may vary from these General Terms and Conditions shall have precedence. 33. NON-DISCRIMINATION. The Proposer certifies that it is in compliance with the non-discrimination clause contained in Section 202, Executive Order 11246, as amended by Executive Order 11375, relative to equal employment opportunity for all persons without regard to race, color, religion, sex or national origin. In accordance with the City's Human Rights Ordinance, codified in Chapter 62 of the City Code, Proposer shall prohibit(and cause hotel operator to prohibit)discrimination by reason of race, color, national origin, religion, sex, intersexuality, gender identity, sexual orientation, marital and familial status, and age or disability in the sale, lease,use or occupancy of the Hotel Project or any portion thereof. 34. DEMONSTRATION OF COMPETENCY. The city may consider any evidence available regarding the financial, technical, and other qualifications and abilities of a Proposer, including past performance (experience) in making an award that is in the best interest of the City,including: A. Pre-award inspection of the Proposer's facility may be made prior to the award of contract. B. Proposals will only be considered from firms which are regularly engaged in the business of providing the goods and/or services as described in this solicitation. C. Proposers must be able to demonstrate a good record of performance for a reasonable period of time, and have sufficient financial capacity, equipment, and organization to ensure that they can satisfactorily perform the services if awarded a contract under the terms and conditions of this solicitation. D. The terms "equipment and organization", as used herein shall, be construed to mean a fully equipped and well established company in line with the best business practices in the industry, and as determined by the City of Miami Beach. E.The City may consider any evidence available regarding the financial,technical, and other qualifications and abilities of a Proposer,including past performance(experience), in making an award that is in the best interest of the City. F. The City may require Proposer s to show proof that they have been designated as authorized representatives of a manufacturer or supplier, which is the actual source of supply. In these instances, the City may also require material information from the source of supply regarding the quality, packaging, and characteristics of the products to be supply to the City. 35. ASSIGNMENT. The successful Proposer shall not assign, transfer, convey, sublet or otherwise dispose of the contract, including any or all of its right,title or interest therein,or his/her or its power to execute such contract,to any person, company or corporation,without the prior written consent of the City. 36. LAWS, PERMITS AND REGULATIONS. The Proposer shall obtain and pay for all licenses, permits, and inspection fees RFP 2016-205-KB 9 Page 218 of 2187 '� ✓p. A, '.i B E \C h- required to complete the work and shall comply with all applicable laws. 37. OPTIONAL CONTRACT USAGE. When the successful Proposer (s) is in agreement, other units of government or non- profit agencies may participate in purchases pursuant to the award of this contract at the option of the unit of government or non-profit agency. 38.VOLUME OF WORK TO BE RECEIVED BY CONTRACTOR. It is the intent of the City to purchase the goods and services specifically listed in this solicitation from the contractor. However,the City reserves the right to purchase any goods or services awarded from state or other governmental contract, or on an as-needed basis through the City's spot market purchase provisions. 39. DISPUTES. In the event of a conflict between the documents,the order of priority of the documents shall be as follows: A. Any contract or agreement resulting from the award of this solicitation;then B. Addendum issued for this solicitation,with the latest Addendum taking precedence;then C. The solicitation;then D. The Proposer's proposal in response to the solicitation. 40. INDEMNIFICATION. The Proposer shall indemnify and hold harmless the City and its officers, employees, agents and instrumentalities from any and all liability, losses or damages, including attorney's fees and costs of defense,which the City or its officers, employees, agents or instrumentalities may incur as a result of claims, demands, suits, causes of actions or proceedings of any kind or nature arising out of, relating to or resulting from the performance of the agreement by the contractor or its employees, agents, servants, partners, principals or subcontractors. The contractor shall pay all claims and losses in connection therewith,and shall investigate and defend all claims,suits or actions of any kind or nature in the name of the City, where applicable, including appellate proceedings,and shall pay all costs,judgments, and attorney's fees which may be incurred thereon. The Proposer expressly understands and agrees that any insurance protection required by this Agreement or otherwise provided by the contractor shall in no way limit the responsibility to indemnify,keep and save harmless and defend the City or its officers, employees, agents and instrumentalities as herein provided. The above indemnification provisions shall survive the expiration or termination of this Agreement. 41. CONTRACT EXTENSION. The City reserves the right to require the Contractor to extend contract past the stated termination date for a period of up to 120 days in the event that a subsequent contract has not yet been awarded. Additional extensions past the 120 days may occur as needed by the City and as mutually agreed upon by the City and the contractor. 42. FLORIDA PUBLIC RECORDS LAW. Proposers are hereby notified that all Bid including, without limitation, any and all information and documentation submitted therewith, are exempt from public records requirements under Section 119.07(1), Florida Statutes,and s.24(a),Art. 1 of the State Constitution until such time as the City provides notice of an intended decision or until thirty (30) days after opening of the proposals, whichever is earlier. Additionally, Contractor agrees to be in full compliance with Florida Statute 119.0701 including,but not limited to,agreement to(a) Keep and maintain public records that ordinarily and necessarily would be required by the public agency in order to perform the services; (b) provide the public with access to public records on the same terms and conditions that the public agency would provide the records and at a cost that does not exceed the cost provided in this chapter or as otherwise provided by law; (c) Ensure that public records that are exempt or confidential and exempt from public records disclosure requirements are not disclosed except as authorized by law; (d) Meet all requirements for retaining public records and transfer, at no cost, to the public agency all public records in possession of the contractor upon termination of the contract and destroy any duplicate public records that are exempt or confidential and exempt from public records disclosure requirements. All records stored electronically must be provided to the public agency in a format that is compatible with the information technology systems of the public agency. 43.OBSERVANCE OF LAWS. Proposers are expected to be familiar with,and comply with,all Federal,State, County, and City laws, ordinances, codes, rules and regulations, and all orders and decrees of bodies or tribunals having jurisdiction or authority which, in any manner, may affect the scope of services and/or project contemplated by this RFP (including,without limitation,the Americans with Disabilities Act,Title VII of the Civil Rights Act,the EEOC Uniform Guidelines, and all EEO regulations and guidelines). Ignorance of the law(s) on the part of the Proposer will in no way relieve it from responsibility for compliance. RFP 2016-205-KB 10 Page 219 of 2187 BEACI- 44. CONFLICT OF INTEREST. All Proposers must disclose, in their Proposal, the name(s) of any officer, director, agent, or immediate family member(spouse, parent, sibling, and child)who is also an employee of the City of Miami Beach. Further, all Proposers must disclose the name of any City employee who owns,either directly or indirectly,an interest of ten(10%)percent or more in the Proposer entity or any of its affiliates. 45. MODIFICATION/WITHDRAWALS OF PROPOSALS. A Proposer may submit a modified Proposal to replace all or any portion of a previously submitted Proposal up until the Proposal due date and time. Modifications received after the Proposal due date and time will not be considered. Proposals shall be irrevocable until contract award unless withdrawn in writing prior to the Proposal due date,or after expiration of 120 calendar days from the opening of Proposals without a contract award. Letters of withdrawal received after the Proposal due date and before said expiration date, and letters of withdrawal received after contract award will not be considered. 47. EXCEPTIONS TO RFP. Proposers must clearly indicate any exceptions they wish to take to any of the terms in this RFP,and outline what,if any,alternative is being offered. All exceptions and alternatives shall be included and clearly delineated, in writing, in the Proposal. The City, at its sole and absolute discretion, may accept or reject any or all exceptions and alternatives. In cases in which exceptions and alternatives are rejected, the City shall require the Proposer to comply with the particular term and/or condition of the RFP to which Proposer took exception to(as said term and/or condition was originally set forth on the RFP). 48.ACCEPTANCE OF GIFTS, FAVORS, SERVICES. Proposers shall not offer any gratuities,favors,or anything of monetary value to any official,employee, or agent of the City, for the purpose of influencing consideration of this Proposal. Pursuant to Sec. 2-449 of the City Code, no officer or employee of the City shall accept any gift,favor or service that might reasonably tend improperly to influence him in the discharge of his official duties. 49. SUPPLEMENTAL INFORMATION.City reserves the right to request supplemental information from Proposers at any time during the RFP solicitation process,unless otherwise noted herein. 50. ADDITIONAL SERVICES. Although this solicitation and resultant contract identifies specific goods, services or facilities ("items"),it is hereby agreed and understood that the City,through the approval of the Department and Procurement Directors (for additional items up to $50,000) or the City Manager (for additional items greater than $50,000), may require additional items to be added to the Contract which are required to complete the work. When additional items are required to be added to the Contract, awarded vendor(s), as applicable to the item being requested, under this contract may be invited to submit price quote(s)for these additional requirements. If these quote(s)are determined to be fair and reasonable,then the additional work will be awarded to the current contract vendor(s)that offers the lowest acceptable pricing. The additional items shall be added to this contract by through a Purchase Order(or Change Order if Purchase Order already exists). In some cases,the City may deem it necessary to add additional items through a formal amendment to the Contract,to be approved by the City Manager. The City may determine to obtain price quotes for the additional items from other vendors in the event that fair and reasonable pricing is not obtained from the current contract vendors,or for other reasons at the City's discretion. Balance of Page Intentionally Left Blank RFP 2016-205-KB 11 Page 220 of 2187 ',\12°,,..`H BEACH SECTION 0300 PROPOSAL SUBMITTAL INSTRUCTIONS AND FORMAT 1. SEALED RESPONSES. One original Proposal (preferably in 3-ring binder) must be submitted in an opaque, sealed envelope or container on or before the due date established for the receipt of proposals. Additionally, ten (10) bound copies and one (1) electronic format(CD or USB format) are to be submitted. The following information should be clearly marked on the face of the envelope or container in which the proposal is submitted: solicitation number, solicitation title, Proposer name, Proposer return address. Proposals received electronically, either through email or facsimile, are not acceptable and will be rejected. 2. LATE BIDS. Bid Proposals are to be received on or before the due date established herein for the receipt of Bids. Any Bid received after the deadline established for receipt of proposals will be considered late and not be accepted or will be returned to Proposer unopened.The City does not accept responsibility for any delays,natural or otherwise. 3. PROPOSAL FORMAT. In order to maintain comparability,facilitate the review process and assist the Evaluation Committee in review of proposals,it is strongly recommended that proposals be organized and tabbed in accordance with the sections and manner specified below. Hard copy submittal should be tabbed as enumerated below and contain a table of contents with page references. Electronic copies should also be tabbed and contain a table of contents with page references. Proposals that do not include the required information will be deemed non-responsive and will not be considered. PHASE I RESPONSE FORMAT TAB 1 Cover Letter&Minimum Qualifications Requirements 1.1 Cover Letter and Table of Contents. The cover letter must indicate Prime Proposer and Prime Proposer Primary Contact for the purposes of this solicitation. (1 page cover letter) 1.2 Response Certification, Questionnaire & Requirements Affidavit (Appendix A). Attach Appendix A fully completed and executed. 1.3 Minimum Qualifications Requirements. Submit verifiable information documenting compliance with the minimum qualifications requirements established in Appendix C, Minimum Requirements and Specifications,as required herein. 1.3.1 Request for Qualification Similar Experience. For each project that complies with the minimum requirements on Appendix C, Section Cl,, submit project name, total contract award amount, completion date, scope of work, •ro'ect contact information(phone and email);and prime proposer's role in project.(1 page per project) TAB 2 Project Team Prime Proposer shall submit a design-build team organizational structure that has a sufficient number of professionals and other personnel to perform the work, including: 1. Organizational Chart. An organizational chart depicting the structure and lines of authority and communication. A narrative that describes the intended structure regarding project management, accountability and compliance with the terms of the RFP.(1 page; 11x17 or 8'/2 x 11 or 8'/2 x 14) 2. Key Personnel. Identify all key personnel, including the Project Manager, who will be assigned to the Project and their intended functions and responsibilities. Also indicate the percentage of time commitment of each key person on this Project.(2 pages) 3. Resumes. Resumes of the team's key personnel who will be assigned to the Project that demonstrate their experience and qualifications, education and performance record. The Prime Proposer shall include the above listed information for the following proposed project team members:(1 page per resume) a. Design/Build Project Manager b. Construction Manager c. Construction Superintendent for the DBF and other major subcontractors. RFP 2016-091-KB 12 Page 221 of 2187 '. BEACH d. Lead Designer Design Manager e. Project engineer(s) f. Surveyor 4. Evidence of Prior Working Experience.Submit evidence that the proposed team has successfully collaborated on prior projects. For each project, submit project name, brief description of project, date of completion, owner's representative, and owner's representative contact information. Include Projects which illustrate experience within the Miami Beach and/or coastal communities. (1 page per project) 5. Other. Provide any other information the Proposer believes will help the City understand and evaluate the team's capabilities.(1 page) TAB 3 Design/Build Firm(Prime Proposer)Experience&Qualifications Qualifications of Firm. Describe experience and qualifications of the Prime Respondent in providing the services detailed herein. 1. Company Information: Provide background information, including company history, years in business, number of employees,and any other information communicating capabilities and experience. (1 page) 2. Company's List of Similar Experience and Qualifications: Provide a list of the company's experience and qualifications with the services detailed herein. Provide a table that includes the following information: agency name, project name, type of project (right-of-way, design/build, etc.), percentage completed, anticipated completion date, your firm's role(i.e.design/build,lead designer,lead constructor).(1 page) 3. Relevant Experience: Summarize (3) of the company's most similar projects of comparable size and scope where similar services to those described in this RFP have been provided. Projects must illustrate familiarity with all of the following aspects: urban road reconstruction including: drainage, water and sewer replacement, utility coordination, dewatering impacts and mitigation to abutting properties, construction staging and maintenance of traffic. (1 page per project)For each project include: a. Project name and location b. Project description c. Date of project completion d. Awarded contract amount and final contract amount e. Original contract duration and final contract duration. f. Number of change orders. Indicate firm's role in the project(design/builder,lead designer,or lead constructor). g. The names of the key project managers,highlighting any individuals who also worked on this project. h. Reference contact information(including name,address,telephone number and e-mail address). 4. Safety Record: Provide the firm's Experience Modification Rate(EMR)data for the previous three(3)full calendar years on a firm-wide basis, which shall be documented by a signed letter with contact information from the firm's insurance carrier,or the insurance carrier's agency representative. 5. Dun&Bradstreet Supplier Qualifier Report:At the request of the City the Design/Build Firm shall pay D&B to send the Supplier Qualifier Report (SQR) to the City through electronic means kristybada@miamibeachfl.gov. The cost of the preparation of the D&B report shall be the responsibility of the Proposer. The proposer can request the report from D&B at: https://supplierportal.dnb.com/webapp/wcs/stores/servlet/SupplierPortal?storeld=11696 6. Insurance: Provide a letter from Proposer's insurer on the insurer company letterhead that the insurer can provide levels of coverage to the Proposer as indicated in Appendix E—Insurance Requirements. 7. Minority/Women-owned Business Enterprise (MWBE) or Small/Disadvantaged Business Enterprise (S/DBE). WMBE and S/DBE utilization is encouraged. For applicable firm or team members submit certification from either The State of Florida Office of Supplier Diversity or Miami Dade County. RFP 2016-205-KB 13 Page 222 of 2187 BEACH TAB 4 Lead Designer Experience&Qualifications Qualifications of Firm. Describe experience and qualifications in providing in providing the services detailed herein. 1. Company Information: Provide background information, including company history, years in business, number of employees,and any other information communicating capabilities and experience. (1 page) 2. Company's List of Similar Experience and Qualifications: Provide a list of the company's experience in providing the services detailed herein. Provide a table to include the following information:agency name,project name,type of project, percentage completed,anticipated completion date,your firm's role(i.e.lead designer)(1 page). 3. Florida Registration: Provide evidence of professional registration pursuant to Chapter 287.055, Florida Statues, the Consultants Competitive Negotiations Act(CCNA). 4. Relevant Experience: Summarize the company's most similar design projects of comparable size and scope where similar services to those described in this RFP have been provided. Projects must illustrate familiarity with the following aspects: urban road design including horizontal and vertical alignment; pavement, closed drainage systems including; water and sewer replacement, extensive utility coordination; signing and marking; signalization; street lighting and maintenance of traffic. Provide projects where impacts to adjacent properties were mitigated during design. (1 page per project).For each project include: a. Project name and location b. Project description c. Date of project completion d. Awarded contract amount for the design portion. e. List of permits applied for and obtained. f. The names of the key project engineers,highlighting any individuals who will also work on this project g. Reference contact information(including address,telephone number and e-mail address). Note: After proposal submittal, the City reserves the right to require additional information from Proposers (or Proposer team members or sub-consultants) to determine: qualifications (including, but not limited to, litigation history, regulatory action, or additional references); and financial capability (including, but not limited to, annual reviewed/audited financial statements with the auditors notes for each of their last two complete fiscal years). RFP 2016-205-KB 14 Page 223 of 2187 ,,a { },' BEACH PHASE II RESPONSE FORMAT(TECHNICAL PROPOSAL) In order to maintain comparability,facilitate the review process,and assist the Evaluation Committee in review of responses, it is recommended that responses be organized and tabbed in accordance with the sections and manner specified below. Hard copy submittals should be bound and tabbed as enumerated below and contain a table of contents with page references. Electronic copies should also be tabbed and contain a table of contents with page references. Proposers should prepare narratives, specification etc. on 8.5 x 11 paper. All Plans shall be provided bound flat not in a 3-ring binder with 11"x17" paper containing a title block, drawing titles, dated and numbered. Please feel free to include other materials, such as covers, appendices, brochures,etc.at your discretion. Due Diligence and Site Inspections: It is the responsibility of each Proposer,before submitting the Phase II proposal,to: • Visit the site or structure to become familiar with conditions that may affect costs, progress, performance or furnishing of the Work; • Take into account federal, state and local (City and Miami-Dade County) laws, regulations, permits, and ordinances that may affect costs,progress,performance,furnishing of the Work,or award; • Study and carefully correlate Proposer's observations with the RFP;and The submission of a proposal shall constitute an incontrovertible representation by proposer that proposer has complied with the above requirements and understands all terms and conditions for performance and furnishing of the Work. The City reserves the right to require additional information to determine financial capability. Proposer shall have ten (10) calendar days respond to such a request. TAB 1 Project Technical Proposal The Technical Proposal shall document team's understanding of the project,major design elements,materials and methods.The Technical Proposal shall be developed using narratives,tables,charts,plots,drawings and conceptual sketches as appropriate.The technical proposal shall be insufficient detail to allow the City to evaluate its compliance with the design criteria package,including major systems and requirements. TAB 2 Subcontractor Experience&Qualifications Qualifications of Key Subcontractors. For each key construction subcontractor (whose value of work exceeds $500,000)describe experience and qualifications as detailed below. 1. Company Information: Provide background information, including company history, years in business, number of employees,and any other information communicating capabilities and experience. (1-page) 2. Company's List of Similar Experience and Qualifications: Provide a list of the company's experience and qualifications with the Services detailed herein. Provide a table that includes the following information: agency name, project name,type of project right-of-way,design/build,etc.),work assigned.(1 page) 3. Relevant Experience: Summarize (3) of the company's most similar projects of comparable size and scope where similar construction services have been provided. Please be specific of the actual work provided this firm that relates this this project.(1 page per project)For each project include: a. Project name and location b. Project description c. Date of project completion d. Amount of contract amount for the portion of the work provided by this firm. e. Reference contact information TAB 3 Approach&Methodology Plan RFP 2016-205-KB 15 Page 224 of 2187 CA ' B EAC F� Proposer shall,at a minimum,address the following factors: 1. The Proposer shall illustrate complete understanding of the scope of work for all components of the project. The narrative shall address methodology, sequencing, maintenance of traffic(MOT)and phasing of the various work efforts. 2. The Proposer shall describe the efforts involved in coordinating with all utilities including but not limited to Florida Power and Light(FPL),AT&T and Atlantic Broadband(ABB). 3. Proposer shall dearly detail and present its approach to all required permitting issues, including but not limited to, water distribution system, stormwater drainage system, landscaping etc., relative to the applicable agency(ies) and entity(ies), e.g. City of Miami Beach, SFWMD, FDOT, FDEP, USACOE, Miami-Dade County RER, Fl. Dept.of Health,etc. 4. Proposer shall describe their Quality Assurance / Quality Control Plan ("QA/QC Plan") for the Work, including design, construction, coordination, implementation and completion of the Project.The Proposer shall explain its QA/QC Plan and the plan for any of its subconsultants or Subcontractors, namely the policies and procedures that will be used to assure the complete and the accurate management of the Project. 5. Proposer must perform at least sixty percent(60%)of the construction work with the firm's own forces. 6. Proposer shall provide summary narrative inclusive of the proposer's project understanding,scheduling including key performance and success factors, and the proposed design and construction approach which highlights the main attributes and benefits of this approach. 7. Proposer shall describe the technical approach, and provide calculations and drawings as applicable, to sufficiently demonstrate the following: a. Roadway typical plan and profile b. Anticipated utility impacts and how to effectively coordinate with private utilities. c. Anticipated adjacent property impacts due to grade differential and how to effectively coordinate with property owners. d. Planned supplementary geotechnical investigations, or environmental/contamination surveys/assessments by the proposer to support or validate the proposer's design approach, if any. 8. Proposer shall describe the project schedule approach utilizing the Critical Path Method a. Schedule shall utilize calendar days, b. Weekend and City Holidays shall not be considered work days 9. Proposer shall describe the planned environmental quality management approach by demonstrating the following: a. Approach to minimize community impacts from,construction noise,dust and vibration. b. Correcting any resultant settlement and /or damage to any existing structures that are a consequence of the Proposer's construction activities. c. Prevention or containment of any discharges caused by the proposed work. d. Pre-treatment of construction water prior to disposal to ensure compliance with permit requirements. 10. It is the objective of the City that, at a minimum, 60% of the construction portion of the project defined herein shall be performed directly by the Prime Contractor (rather than through sub-contractors). To evaluate compliance with this objective, proposers shall submit a schedule, by Construction Specification Institute (CSI) Division, denoting which sections of the scope shall be performed directly by the Prime Contractor(with its own forces)and which sections are intended to be subcontracted. 11. Describe plan on how construction staging areas, pedestrian paths,vehicular traffic patterns,etc.will be handled in order to mitigate disruption. RFP 2016-205-KB 16 Page 225 of 2187 ILA ` t BEACH TAB 4 Project Schedule The Proposer shall submit a Preliminary CPM Project Schedule covering the period from NTP to Final Completion with the submittal which will be the initial Project Baseline Schedule. The Preliminary Project Schedule shall include all major design, permitting, procurement and construction,testing and commissioning activities and meet the stated Contract Dates and any other suggested major milestones. Activities shall indicate their associated phasing and dependence with other activities, and highlight the main, coordination efforts and issues requiring the City's involvement and necessary reviews. At a minimum,the Preliminary Project Schedule must address the following milestones and activities: Design Schedule&Submittals Design Phase Reviews by the City—Assume 4 weeks Community Involvement Permitting Utility Coordination/Relocation Start and completion of Construction,Testing and Commissioning Substantial Completion and Final Completion Dates for all Work. TAB 5 Cost Proposal(MUST BE SUBMITTED IN A SEALED ENVELOPE) Submit a Guaranteed Maximum Price (GMP) Lump Sum Price for delivering the completed Project consistent with the Design Criteria Package. Utilize Appendix D—Cost Tender Form to submit your GMP. Cost Tender Form shall be submitted in a sealed envelope included with the original proposal only. Copies of Proposal, as well as electronic versions,shall omit the Cost Tender Form. Balance of Page Intentionally Left Blank RFP 2016-205-KB 17 Page 226 of 2187 BEACH SECTION 0400 PROPOSAL EVALUATION The Evaluation Process will be conducted in two phases. PHASE I EVALUATION PROCESS 1.Two Step Evaluation. The evaluation of responsive proposals in Phase 1 will proceed in a two-step process. The first step (Step 1)will consist of the qualitative criteria listed below to be considered by the Evaluation Committee.The second step(Step 2) will consist of quantitative criteria established below to be added to the first step scores by the Procurement Department. The City reserves the right to engage the advice of its consultant, DCP or other technical experts in assisting the Evaluation Committee in the review of proposals received. 2. Phase I/Step 1 Evaluation(100 Points).An Evaluation Committee,appointed by the City Manager,shall meet to evaluate each Proposal in accordance with the requirements set forth in the solicitation. If further information is desired, Proposers may be requested to make additional written submissions of a clarifying nature or oral presentations to the Evaluation Committee. The evaluation of proposals will proceed in a two-step process as noted below. It is important to note that the Evaluation Committee will score the qualitative portions of the proposals only. In doing so,the Evaluation Committee may: • review and score all proposals received,with or without conducting interview sessions;or • review all proposals received and short-list one or more Proposers to be further considered during subsequent interview session(s)(using the same criteria). Proposers will be evaluated on the following criteria(100 maximum possible points): • Project Team(30 Points) • Design/Build Firm Experience&Qualifications(40 Points) • Lead Designer Experience&Qualifications(30 Points) 3. Phase I/Step 2 Evaluation (10 Points). Following the results of Step 1 Evaluation Qualitative criteria,the proposers may receive additional points to be added by the Procurement Department to those points earned in Step 1,as follows. • Veterans and State-Certified Service-Disabled Veteran Business Enterprise(5 points) • Prime Proposer Volume of Work(0-5 Points). Points awarded to the proposer for volume of work awarded by the City in the last three(3)years in accordance with the following table: Less than$250,000 5 $250,000.01 —$2,000,000 3 Greater than$2,000,000 0 RFP 2016-091-KB 18 Page 227 of 2187 • f BEACF 4.Determination of Phase I&II Ranking. Phase I&II/Step 1 scores(by the Evaluation Committee)and Phase I & II/Step 2 scores(by the Procurement Department)will be converted to rankings in accordance with the following example: Proposer Proposer Proposer A B C Step 1 Points 82 76 80 Step 2 Points 10 7 5 Committee Total 92 84 85 Member 1 Rank 1 3 2 Step 1 Points 90 85 72 Step 2 Points 10 7 5 Committee Total 100 92 79 Member 2 Rank 1 2 3 Step 1 Points 80 74 66 Step 2 Points 10 7 5 Committee Total 90 81 72 Member 2 Rank 1 2 3 Low Aggregate Score 3 7 8 Phase I Ranking 1 2 3 If fewer than three responsive proposals are received by the City or if all responsive proposals received are determined by City Manager to be qualified for Phase II, Phase II may proceed without interruption or additional approvals following Phase I. Otherwise, the City Manager may submit a recommendation to the City Commission to short-list one or more proposers at the conclusion of the Phase I evaluation. Following City Commission approval of the City Manager's recommendation pursuant to Phase I of the RFP, the short-listed proposers will be allotted approximately 45 days to prepare a detailed technical proposal for the Project.The short-listed proposers will also be provided, via addendum,with the formal Design Criteria Package(DCP) and the Design/Building Agreement. Following Phase I short-listing and prior to receipt of proposals pursuant to Phase II, the City may issue further information and clarifications via Addenda to the short-listed proposers, including(but not limited to)any amendments to the Design Criteria Package, cost tender form,form of contract, and other informational items or requirements necessary for the short-listed proposers to submit its Phase II proposals. Additionally, the City will conduct a pre-submittal conference with short-listed proposer to facilitate project understanding and consider any project specific questions from the short-listed proposers. Phase II proposals will be evaluated in accordance with the criteria established in Section 0400 for Phase II Evaluation. RFP 2016-205-KB 19 Page 228 of 2187 ! BEACH PHASE II EVALUATION PROCESS The Phase II evaluation process shall be completed by a Technical Review Committee,appointed by the City Manager,who may be different than the Evaluation Committee,who shall meet to evaluate each short-listed response and technical package in accordance with the criteria established below. In doing so,the Evaluation Committee will: a. Interview short-listed proposers,if deemed necessary. b. Receive input from a Technical Review by City Staff,the Design Criteria Professional,and other City advisors c. Recommend the Voluntary Alternate Proposals to accept, if any d. Score proposers utilizing the Evaluation Criteria Proposers will be evaluated on the following criteria(100 maximum possible points): • Technical Proposals(25 Points) • Subcontractor Experience&Qualifications(5 Points) • Approach&Methodology Plan(10 Points) • Project Schedule(10 Points) • Lowest GMP(50 Points)* *Sealed Cost Proposals will be opened at the conclusion of the review of Technical Proposals by the Evaluation Committee. Each proposed GMP shall be scored as follows: Sample Objective Formula for Cost Lump Example Maximum Formula for Calculating Points Vendor Sum Allowable Points (lowest cost!cost of proposal being evaluated X Total Points (Points noted are for illustrative maximum allowable points=awarded points) Awarded Price purposes only.Actual points Round to are noted above.) Vendor A $100.00 20 $100 I$100 X 20=20 20 Vendor B $150.00 20 $1001$150 X 20= 13 13 Vendor C $200.00 20 $100 I$200 X 20=10 10 Final Ranking is presented to the City Manager for further due diligence and recommendation to the City Commission. Final Ranking does not constitute an award recommendation until such time as the City Manager has made his recommendation to the City Commission,which may be different than final ranking results. Remainder of Page Intentionally Left Blank RFP 2016-205-KB 20 Page 229 of 2187 BEACI- SECTION 0500 CITY OF MIAMI BEACH LICENSES, PERMITS AND FEES Each license,permit or fee a Contractor will have to pay the City before or during construction or the percentage method or unit method of all licenses,permits and fees REQUIRED BY THE CITY AND PAYABLE TO THE CITY by virtue of this construction as part of the Contract is as follows: The City of Miami Beach will require occupational licenses for Contractors as well as sub-contractors. Licenses, permits and fees which may be required by Miami-Dade County,the State of Florida, or other governmental entities are not included in the above list, but are listed as attached (next page)and included as an allowance in the proposal. 1. Occupational licenses from City of Miami Beach firms will be required to be submitted within fifteen(15)days of notification of intent to award. 2. Occupational licenses will be required pursuant to Chapter 205.065 Florida Statutes. NOTE: a)If the Contractor is a State of Florida Certified Contractor the following will be required: 1) Copy of State Contractors Certification 2) Place of Business Occupational License 3) Liability and Property Damage Insurance Certificate made to City of Miami Beach 4) Workers compensation or the exemption b)If a Dade County Licensed Contractor: 1) Dade Certificate of Competency in the Discipline Licensed 2) Municipal Contractors Occupational License 3) Liability and Property damage Insurance Certificate made to City of Miami Beach 4) Workers Compensation or the exemption NOTE: PLEASE PROVIDE COPIES OF ALL YOUR LICENSES AND CORPORATE CERTIFICATES WITH YOUR PROPOSAL RESPONSE. Remainder of Page Intentionally Left Blank RFP 2016-205-KB 21 Page 230 of 2187 CITY OF MIAMI BEACH REQUEST FOR PROPOSALS(RFP)No.2016-205-KB DESIGN/BUILD SERVICES FOR RIGHT OF WAY INFRASTRUCTURE IMPROVEMENT PROGRAM FOR FLAMINGO PARK NEIGHBORHOOD Note: The Proposer shall obtain and pay for all permits required for execution of the work; provided however, that the City will waive Public Works Department Right-of-Way permit fees. PERMITS I. MIAMI-DADE COUNTY DEPARTMENT OF REGULATORY AND ECONOMIC RESOURCES(RER)(formerly DERM). • Class I Permit for Construction of Seawall • Class II Permit for Construction of Drainage System with Outfall. • Class V Dewatering Permit • Drainage Well Permit • File Notice of commencement with SFWMD and RER II. FLORIDA DEPARTMENT OF ENVIRONMENTAL PROTECTION(FDEP) • Notice of Intent to Use Generic Permit for Storm Water Discharge from Large and Small Construction Activities • National Pollutant Discharge Elimination System(NPDES)permit • Notice of Intent to use the General PermitFor Construction of Watermain Extensions for PWs • Notification/Application For Constructing A Domestic Wastewater Collection/Transmission System III. FLORIDA POWER AND LIGHT(FPL) IV. CITY OF MIAMI BEACH PUBLIC WORKS DEPARTMENT • ROW Permit-Fee to be waived. • Building Department-Plumbing, Structural,Electrical-Fees to be waived with the exception of Dade County fees • Notice of Commencement Permit V. SOUTH FLORIDA WATER MANAGEMENT DISTRICT(SFWMD)Environmental Resource Permit(ERP) Remainder of Page Intentionally Left Blank RFP 2016-205-KB 22 Page 231 of 2187 APPENDIX A �.. MIAM BEACH Proposal Certification , Questionnaire & Requirements Affidavit RFP NO. 2016-205-KB DESIGN/BUILD SERVICES FOR RIGHT OF WAY INFRASTRUCTURE IMPROVEMENT PROGRAM FOR FLAMINGO PARK NEIGHBORHOOD PROCUREMENT DEPARTMENT 1755 Meridian Avenue , 3rd Floor Miami Beach, Florida 33139 RFP 2016-205-KB 23 Page 232 of 2187 Solicitation No: Solicitation Title: 2016-205-KB DESIGN/BUILD SERVICES FOR RIGHT OF WAY INFRASTRUCTURE IMPROVEMENT PROGRAM FOR FLAMINGO PARK NEIGHBORHOOD Procurement Contact: Tel: Email: KRISTY BADA 305-673-7490 KRISTYBADA@MIAMIBEACHFL.GOV PROPOSAL CERTIFICATION, QUESTIONNAIRE& REQUIREMENTS AFFIDAVIT Purpose: The purpose of this Proposal Certification, Questionnaire and Requirements Affidavit Form is to inform prospective Proposers of certain solicitation and contractual requirements, and to collect necessary information from Proposers in order that certain portions of responsiveness, responsibility and other determining factors and compliance with requirements may be evaluated. This Proposal Certification, Questionnaire and Requirements Affidavit Form is a REQUIRED FORM that must be submitted fully completed and executed. 1. General Proposer Information. FIRM NAME: No of Years in Business: No of Years in Business Locally: OTHER NAME(S)PROPOSER HAS OPERATED UNDER IN THE LAST 10 YEARS: FIRM PRIMARY ADDRESS(HEADQUARTERS): CITY: STATE: ZIP CODE: TELEPHONE NO.: TOLL FREE NO.: FAX NO.: FIRM LOCAL ADDRESS: CITY: STATE: ZIP CODE: PRIMARY ACCOUNT REPRESENTATIVE FOR THIS ENGAGEMENT: ACCOUNT REP TELEPHONE NO.: ACCOUNT REP TOLL FREE NO.: ACCOUNT REP EMAIL: FEDERAL TAX IDENTIFICATION NO.: The City reserves the right to seek additional information from Proposer or other source(s), including but not limited to:any firm or principal information,applicable licensure,resumes of relevant individuals,client information,financial information,or any information the City deems necessary to evaluate the capacity of the Proposer to perform in accordance with contract requirements. RFP 2016-205-KB 24 Page 233 of 2187 1. Veteran Owned Business.Is Proposer claiming a veteran owned business status? YES NO SUBMITTAL REQUIREMENT: Proposers claiming veteran owned business status shall submit a documentation proving that firm is certified as a veteran-owned business or a service-disabled veteran owned business by the State of Florida or United States federal government,as required pursuant to ordinance 2011-3748. 2. Conflict Of Interest.All Proposers must disclose,in their Proposal,the name(s)of any officer,director,agent,or immediate family member(spouse, parent, sibling, and child) who is also an employee of the City of Miami Beach. Further, all Proposers must disclose the name of any City employee who owns, either directly or indirectly, an interest of ten (10%) percent or more in the Proposer entity or any of its affiliates. SUBMITTAL REQUIREMENT: Proposers must disclose the name(s)of any officer, director, agent, or immediate family member (spouse,parent,sibling,and child)who is also an employee of the City of Miami Beach. Proposers must also disclose the name of any City employee who owns,either directly or indirectly, an interest of ten(10%)percent or more in the Proposer entity or any of its affiliates 3. References&Past Performance.Proposer shall submit at least three(3)references for whom the Proposer has completed work similar in size and nature as the work referenced in solicitation. SUBMITTAL REQUIREMENT: For each reference submitted, the following information is required: 1) Firm Name, 2) Contact Individual Name&Title,3)Address,4)Telephone,5)Contact's Email and 6)Narrative on Scope of Services Provided. 4. Suspension,Debarment or Contract Cancellation.Has Proposer ever been debarred,suspended or other legal violation,or had a contract cancelled due to non- erformance by an ublic sector agency? YES NO SUBMITTAL REQUIREMENT: If answer to above is "YES," Proposer shall submit a statement detailing the reasons that led to action(s). 5. Vendor Campaign Contributions. Proposers are expected to be or become familiar with, the City's Campaign Finance Reform laws, as codified in Sections 2-487 through 2-490 of the City Code. Proposers shall be solely responsible for ensuring that all applicable provisions of the City's Campaign Finance Reform laws are complied with,and shall be subject to any and all sanctions, as prescribed therein,including disqualification of their Proposals,in the event of such non-compliance. SUBMITTAL REQUIREMENT: Submit the names of all individuals or entities (including your sub-consultants)with a controlling financial interest as defined in solicitation. For each individual or entity with a controlling financial interest indicate whether or not each individual or entity has contributed to the campaign either directly or indirectly,of a candidate who has been elected to the office of Mayor or City Commissioner for the City of Miami Beach. 6. Code of Business Ethics. Pursuant to City Resolution No.2000-23879,each person or entity that seeks to do business with the City shall adopt a Code of Business Ethics("Code")and submit that Code to the Department of Procurement Management with its proposal/response or within five(5)days upon receipt of request.The Code shall,at a minimum, require the Proposer, to comply with all applicable governmental rules and regulations including, among others, the conflict of interest, lobbying and ethics provision of the City of Miami Beach and Miami Dade County. SUBMITTAL REQUIREMENT: Proposer shall submit firm's Code of Business Ethics. In lieu of submitting Code of Business Ethics,Proposer may submit a statement indicating that it will adopt,as required in the ordinance,the City of Miami Beach Code of Ethics,available at www.miamibeachfl.gov/procurement/. RFP 2016-205-KB 25 Page 234 of 2187 7. Living Wage. Pursuant to Section 2-408 of the Miami Beach City Code, as same may be amended from time to time, Proposers shall be required to pay all employees who provide services pursuant to this Agreement,the hourly living wage rates listed below: • Commencing with City fiscal year 2012-13(October 1,2012),the hourly living rate will be$11.28/hr with health benefits,and$12.92/hr without benefits. The living wage rate and health care benefits rate may, by Resolution of the City Commission be indexed annually for inflation using the Consumer Price Index for all Urban Consumers(CPI-U)Miami/Ft.Lauderdale,issued by the U.S.Department of Labor's Bureau of Labor Statistics. Notwithstanding the preceding,no annual index shall exceed three percent(3%).The City may also,by resolution,elect not to index the living wage rate in any particular year, if it determines it would not be fiscally sound to implement same(in a particular year). Proposers'failure to comply with this provision shall be deemed a material breach under this proposal, under which the City may, at its sole option, immediately deem said Proposer as non-responsive, and may further subject Proposer to additional penalties and fines, as provided in the City's Living Wage Ordinance, as amended. Further information on the Living Wage requirement is available at www.miamibeachfl.gov/procurement/. SUBMITTAL REQUIREMENT: No additional submittal is required. By virtue of executing this affidavit document, Proposer agrees to the living wage requirement. 8. Equal Benefits for Employees with Spouses and Employees with Domestic Partners.When awarding competitively solicited contracts valued at over$100,000 whose contractors maintain 51 or more full time employees on their payrolls during 20 or more calendar work weeks,the Equal Benefits for Domestic Partners Ordinance 2005-3494 requires certain contractors doing business with the City of Miami Beach,who are awarded a contract pursuant to competitive proposals,to provide"Equal Benefits"to their employees with domestic partners, as they provide to employees with spouses. The Ordinance applies to all employees of a Contractor who work within the City limits of the City of Miami Beach,Florida;and the Contractor's employees located in the United States, but outside of the City of Miami Beach limits, who are directly performing work on the contract within the City of Miami Beach. A. Does your company provide or offer access to any benefits to employees with spouses or to spouses of employees? YES NO B. Does your company provide or offer access to any benefits to employees with(same or opposite sex)domestic partners*or to domestic partners of employees? YES NO c. Please check all benefits that apply to your answers above and list in the "other" section any additional benefits not already specified. Note: some benefits are provided to employees because they have a spouse or domestic partner, such as bereavement leave; other benefits are provided directly to the spouse or domestic partner,such as medical insurance. BENEFIT Firm Provides for Firm Provides for Firm does not Employees with Employees with Provide Benefit Spouses _ Domestic Partners Health Sick Leave Family Medical Leave Bereavement Leave If Proposer cannot offer a benefit to domestic partners because of reasons outside your control, (e.g., there are no insurance providers in your area willing to offer domestic partner coverage)you may be eligible for Reasonable Measures compliance. To comply on this basis, you must agree to pay a cash equivalent and submit a completed Reasonable Measures Application (attached)with all necessary documentation.Your Reasonable Measures Application will be reviewed for consideration by the City Manager, or his designee.Approval is not guaranteed and the City Manager's decision is final. Further information on the Equal Benefits requirement is available at www.miamibeachfl.gov/procurement/. RFP 2016-205-KB 26 Page 235 of 2187 9. Public Entity Crimes.Section 287.133(2)(a),Florida Statutes,as currently enacted or as amended from time to time,states that a person or affiliate who has been placed on the convicted vendor list following a conviction for a public entity crime may not submit a proposal, proposal, or reply on a contract to provide any goods or services to a public entity; may not submit a proposal, proposal,or reply on a contract with a public entity for the construction or repair of a public building or public work;may not submit proposals,proposals,or replies on leases of real property to a public entity; may not be awarded or perform work as a contractor, supplier,subcontractor,or consultant under a contract with any public entity;and may not transact business with any public entity in excess of the threshold amount provided in s. 287.017 for CATEGORY TWO for a period of 36 months following the date of being placed on the convicted vendor list. SUBMITTAL REQUIREMENT: No additional submittal is required. By virtue of executing this affidavit document, Proposer agrees with the requirements of Section 287.133,Florida Statutes,and certifies it has not been placed on convicted vendor list. 10. Non-Discrimination.Pursuant to City Ordinance No.2016-3990,the City shall not enter into a contract with a business unless the business represents that it does not and will not engage in a boycott as defined in Section 2-375(a)of the City Code,including the blacklisting,divesting from,or otherwise refusing to deal with a person or entity when such action is based on race,color,national origin,religion,sex,intersexuality,gender identity,sexual orientation,marital or familial status,age or disability. SUBMITTAL REQUIREMENT: No additional submittal is required. By virtue of executing this affidavit document, Proposer agrees it is and shall remain in full compliance with Section 2-375 of the City of Miami Beach City Code. 11. Moratorium on Travel to and the Purchase of Goods or Services from North Carolina and Mississippi. Pursuant to Resolution 2016-29375, the City of Miami Beach, Florida, prohibits official City travel to the states of North Carolina and Mississippi,as well as the purchase of goods or services sourced in North Carolina and Mississippi. Proposer shall agree that no travel shall occur on behalf of the City to North Carolina or Mississippi, nor shall any product or services it provides to the City be sourced from these states. SUBMITTAL REQUIREMENT: No additional submittal is required.By virtue of executing this affidavit document, Proposer agrees it is and shall remain in full compliance with Resolution 2016-29375. 12. Acknowledgement of Addendum. After issuance of solicitation,the City may release one or more addendum to the solicitation which may provide additional information to Proposers or alter solicitation requirements. The City will strive to reach every Proposer having received solicitation through the City's e-procurement system, PublicPurchase.com. However, Proposers are solely responsible for assuring they have received any and all addendum issued pursuant to solicitation.This Acknowledgement of Addendum section certifies that the Proposer has received all addendum released by the City pursuant to this solicitation. Failure to obtain and acknowledge receipt of all addendum may result in proposal disqualification. Initial to Confirm Initial to Confirm Initial to Confirm Receipt Receipt Receipt Addendum 1 Addendum 6 Addendum 11 Addendum 2 Addendum 7 Addendum 12 Addendum 3 Addendum 8 Addendum 13 Addendum 4 Addendum 9 Addendum 14 Addendum 5 Addendum 10 Addendum 15 If additional confirmation of addendum is required,submit under separate cover. RFP 2016-205-KB 27 Page 236 of 2187 DISCLOSURE AND DISCLAIMER SECTION The solicitation referenced herein is being furnished to the recipient by the City of Miami Beach (the"City")for the recipient's convenience. Any action taken by the City in response to Proposals made pursuant to this solicitation,or in making any award,or in failing or refusing to make any award pursuant to such Proposals,or in cancelling awards,or in withdrawing or cancelling this solicitation,either before or after issuance of an award,shall be without any liability or obligation on the part of the City. In its sole discretion, the City may withdraw the solicitation either before or after receiving proposals, may accept or reject proposals, and may accept proposals which deviate from the solicitation,as it deems appropriate and in its best interest.In its sole discretion,the City may determine the qualifications and acceptability of any party or parties submitting Proposals in response to this solicitation. Following submission of a Bid or Proposal, the applicant agrees to deliver such further details, information and assurances, including financial and disclosure data, relating to the Proposal and the applicant including, without limitation, the applicant's affiliates, officers, directors,shareholders,partners and employees,as requested by the City in its discretion. The information contained herein is provided solely for the convenience of prospective Proposers. It is the responsibility of the recipient to assure itself that information contained herein is accurate and complete.The City does not provide any assurances as to the accuracy of any information in this solicitation. Any reliance on these contents,or on any permitted communications with City officials,shall be at the recipient's own risk. Proposers should rely exclusively on their own investigations,interpretations,and analyses.The solicitation is being provided by the City without any warranty or representation,express or implied,as to its content,its accuracy,or its completeness. No warranty or representation is made by the City or its agents that any Proposal conforming to these requirements will be selected for consideration,negotiation,or approval. The City shall have no obligation or liability with respect to this solicitation,the selection and the award process,or whether any award will be made.Any recipient of this solicitation who responds hereto fully acknowledges all the provisions of this Disclosure and Disclaimer,is totally relying on this Disclosure and Disclaimer,and agrees to be bound by the terms hereof.Any Proposals submitted to the City pursuant to this solicitation are submitted at the sole risk and responsibility of the party submitting such Proposal. This solicitation is made subject to correction of errors,omissions,or withdrawal from the market without notice. Information is for guidance only,and does not constitute all or any part of an agreement. The City and all Proposers will be bound only as, if and when a Proposal (or Proposals), as same may be modified, and the applicable definitive agreements pertaining thereto, are approved and executed by the parties, and then only pursuant to the terms of the definitive agreements executed among the parties.Any response to this solicitation may be accepted or rejected by the City for any reason,or for no reason,without any resultant liability to the City. The City is governed by the Government-in-the-Sunshine Law,and all Proposals and supporting documents shall be subject to disclosure as required by such law. All Proposals shall be submitted in sealed proposal form and shall remain confidential to the extent permitted by Florida Statutes, until the date and time selected for opening the responses.At that time, all documents received by the City shall become public records. Proposers are expected to make all disclosures and declarations as requested in this solicitation.By submission of a Proposal,the Proposer acknowledges and agrees that the City has the right to make any inquiry or investigation it deems appropriate to substantiate or supplement information contained in the Proposal,and authorizes the release to the City of any and all information sought in such inquiry or investigation. Each Proposer certifies that the information contained in the Proposal is true, accurate and complete, to the best of its knowledge, information,and belief. Notwithstanding the foregoing or anything contained in the solicitation,all Proposers agree that in the event of a final unappealable judgment by a court of competent jurisdiction which imposes on the City any liability arising out of this solicitation, or any response thereto, or any action or inaction by the City with respect thereto,such liability shall be limited to$10,000.00 as agreed-upon and liquidated damages.The previous sentence, however, shall not be construed to circumvent any of the other provisions of this Disclosure and Disclaimer which imposes no liability on the City. In the event of any differences in language between this Disclosure and Disclaimer and the balance of the solicitation, it is understood that the provisions of this Disclosure and Disclaimer shall always govern.The solicitation and any disputes arising from the solicitation shall be governed by and construed in accordance with the laws of the State of Florida. RFP 2016-205-KB 28 Page 237 of 2187 PROPOSER CERTIFICATION I hereby certify that: I, as an authorized agent of the Proposer, am submitting the following information as my firm's proposal; Proposer agrees to complete and unconditional acceptance of the terms and conditions of this document, inclusive of this solicitation,all attachments,exhibits and appendices and the contents of any Addenda released hereto, and the Disclosure and Disclaimer Statement; Proposer agrees to be bound to any and all specifications, terms and conditions contained in the solicitation, and any released Addenda and understand that the following are requirements of this solicitation and failure to comply will result in disqualification of proposal submitted; Proposer has not divulged, discussed,or compared the proposal with other Proposers and has not colluded with any other Proposer or party to any other proposal; Proposer acknowledges that all information contained herein is part of the public domain as defined by the State of Florida Sunshine and Public Records Laws; all responses, data and information contained in this proposal, inclusive of the Proposal Certification,Questionnaire and Requirements Affidavit are true and accurate. Name of Proposer's Authorized Representative: Title of Proposer's Authorized Representative: Signature of Proposer's Authorized Representative: Date: State of FLORIDA ) On this_day of ,20_,personally appeared before me who County of ) stated that (s)he is the of , a corporation, and that the instrument was signed in behalf of the said corporation by authority of its board of directors and acknowledged said instrument to be its voluntary act and deed.Before me: Notary Public for the State of Florida My Commission Expires: RFP 2016-205-KB 29 Page 238 of 2187 APPENDIX B IA BEACH " No Bid " Form RFP NO. 2016-205-KB DESIGN/BUILD SERVICES FOR RIGHT OF WAY INFRASTRUCTURE IMPROVEMENT PROGRAM FOR FLAMINGO PARK NEIGHBORHOOD PROCUREMENT DEPARTMENT 1755 Meridian Avenue, 3rd Floor Miami Beach, Florida 33139 Note: It is important for those vendors who have received notification of this solicitation but have decided not to respond, to complete and submit the attached "Statement of No Bid." The "Statement of No Bid" provides the City with information on how to improve the solicitation process. Failure to submit a "Statement of No Bid" may result in not being notified of future solicitations by the City. RFP 2016-205-KB 30 Page 239 of 2187 Statement of No Bid WE HAVE ELECTED NOT TO SUBMIT A PROPOSAL AT THIS TIME FOR REASON(S) CHECKED AND/OR INDICATED BELOW: _Workload does not allow us to proposal Insufficient time to respond Specifications unclear or too restrictive Unable to meet specifications _Unable to meet service requirements Unable to meet insurance requirements Do not offer this product/service _OTHER. (Please specify) We do_do not_want to be retained on your mailing list for future proposals of this type product and/or service. Signature: Title: Legal Company Name: Note: Failure to respond, either by submitting a proposal or this completed form, may result in your company being removed from our vendors list. PLEASE RETURN TO: CITY OF MIAMI BEACH PROCUREMENT DEPT. ATTN: Kristy Bada STATEMENTS OF QUALIFICATIONS#2016-205-KB 1755 Meridian Avenue, 3rd Floor Miami Beach, Florida 33139 RFP 2016-205-KB 31 Page 240 of 2187 APPENDIX C MIAM BEACH Minimum Requirements & Specifications RFP NO. 2016-205-KB DESIGN/BUILD SERVICES FOR RIGHT OF WAY INFRASTRUCTURE IMPROVEMENT PROGRAM FOR FLAMINGO PARK NEIGHBORHOOD PROCUREMENT DEPARTMENT 1755 Meridian Avenue, 3rd Floor Miami Beach, Florida 33139 RFP 2016-205-KB 32 Page 241 of 2187 Cl. Minimum Eligibility Requirements. The Minimum Eligibility Requirements for this solicitation are listed below. Proposer shall submit, with its proposal, the required submittal(s) documenting compliance with each minimum requirement. Proposers that fail to include the required submittals with its proposal or fail to comply with minimum requirements shall be deemed non-responsive and shall not have its proposal considered. 1. Design/Build Firm must be licensed as a General Contractor or Underground Utility Contractor in the State of Florida. Submittal Requirement: Submit a copy of the required license(s). 2. Design/Build Firm shall have successfully completed the construction of two(2) projects similar in scope, cost and volume in the past ten (10) years as the prime contractor or Design/Build Firm. Successfully completed means that the project has reached final completion and that there are no pending issues. Submittal Requirement: Project name and location; project description; original and final contract duration, original and final cost of the project; date of completion, owner's representative, and owner's representative contact information. (1 page per project) 3. The design lead consultant shall have successfully completed the design of two (2) projects similar to this project within the past ten (10) years. Successfully completed means that the project has reached final design and project is either ready for construction or under construction or construction has been completed. Development of design criteria packages are not considered similar. Submittal Requirement: Project name and location; project description; original and final contract duration,original and final cost of the project; date of completion, owner's representative, and owner's representative contact information. (1 page per project) 4. Design/Build Firm or its design consultant shall have successfully permitted two (2) projects similar to this project within the past ten (10)years with environmental agencies such as Dade County, South Florida Water Management District;Army Corps of Engineers,etc. Submittal Requirement: Project name and location; project description; original and final contract duration, original and final cost of the project; date of completion, owner's representative, and owner's representative contact information. (1 page per project) 5. Design/Build Firm or its design consultant shall have successfully completed the design for deep underground structures and seawalls of at least three (3) projects during the last 10 years. Submittal Requirement: Project name and location; project description; original and final contract duration, original and final cost of the project; date of completion, owner's representative, and owner's representative contact information.(1 page per project) 6. Design/Build Firm or team member must be pre-qualified under Miami-Dade County, Internal Services Department, Procurement Management Services Division, for the following categories: • 3.02-Highway Systems—Highway Design • 3.09—Highway Systems—Signing, Pavement Marking, Channel RFP 2016-205-KB 33 Page 242 of 2187 • 3.10—Highway Lighting • 6.01 —W&S System—Water Distribution and Sanitary Sewage Collection • 9.02 Soils, Foundations and material testing. • 10.01 —Environmental Engineering—Stormwater Drainage Design • 15.01 Land Surveying • 15.03 Underground Utility Locations • 16.00—General Civil Engineering Submittal Requirement: Submit a copy of the required pre-qualifications. 7. Proposer must have sufficient bonding capacity for a Payment and Performance Bond in an amount not less than$10 million. Submittal Requirement: Provide a letter from a Surety firm affirming that the Proposer has sufficient bonding capacity to provide performance and payment bonds in an amount not less than $10 million for the project. The Surety firm shall be rated by AM Best as to be no less than A- (Excellent). The statement of bonding capacity shall be directly from the Surety firm on its official letterhead and signed by an authorized agent of the firm. C2. Statement of Work Required. The purpose of this RFP is to contract with a Design/Build Firm for Right Of Way Infrastructure Improvement Program For Flamingo Park Neighborhood. Proposals received pursuant to this RFP will be evaluated in a two-phased process (Phase I and Phase II). Phase I Proposers will be evaluated in accordance with the criteria established in Section 0400 for Phase I Evaluation. Following City Commission selection of the short-listed proposers pursuant to Phase I of the RFP, the short-listed proposers will be allotted approximately 45 days to prepare a detailed technical proposal for the Project. The short-listed proposers will also be provided, via addendum, with the formal Design Criteria Package(DCP) and Design/Build Agreement. Following Phase I short-listing and prior to receipt of proposals pursuant to Phase II, the City may issue further information and clarifications via Addenda to the short-listed proposers, including (but not limited to) any amendments to the Design Criteria Package, cost tender form, form of contract, and other informational items or requirements necessary for the short-listed proposers to submit its Phase II proposals. Additionally, the City will conduct a pre-submittal conference with short-listed proposers to facilitate project understanding and consider any project specific questions from the short-listed proposers. Phase II proposals will be evaluated in accordance with the criteria established in Section 0400 for Phase II Evaluation. Following City Commission approval of the City Managers recommendation pursuant to Phase II, the City will enter into contract negotiations and execution. Scope of Work: The work contemplated under this proposed contract comprises the design, permitting, community outreach for, construction administration and the construction of the infrastructure site work for RIGHT OF WAY INFRASTRUCTURE IMPROVEMENT PROGRAM FOR NEIGHBORHOOD Flamingo Park Neighborhood— 11th Street from Alton Road to Jefferson Avenue and from Euclid Avenue to Washington Avenue. The work will include but not limited to site preparation; earthwork, roadway reconstruction, water main installation and water services relocation; and storm drainage infrastructure installation, street lighting, pedestrian lighting, signalization, landscaping and streetscape RFP 2016-205-KB 34 Page 243 of 2187 improvements. In addition to construction related services, the project will require engineering design, permitting, surveying services, utility locations, landscape architecture, and potentially geotechnical services. The general location of the work is as follows: The Flamingo Park Neighborhood more specifically described as 11th Street from Alton Road to Jefferson Avenue and from Euclid Avenue to Washington Avenue. The scope of the work shall incorporate the following general areas of work as well as all miscellaneous construction necessary to accomplish these major goals. 1. Water main improvements consist of the removal of the existing old water mains and installation of new water mains and services including new water meters with automated meter reader technology. Service lines will be relocated to the front of the properties within existing City right-of-Way in areas where the service lines are in easements at the back of properties.Water service must be maintained at all times. 2. Roadway reconstruction and streetscape improvements consisting of the removal of encroachments and the complete reconstruction of the roadway cross section including a designed profile and cross slope - raising the roadbed and minimum road crown elevations to 3.7 NAVD, and harmonization of driveways. Utilizing an updated survey containing finished floor elevation (FFE) data, all road right-of-ways within the limits of the project shall be reconstructed to newly targeted elevations. Additional design considerations will be made to maintain positive drainage away from the private lots. Street lighting improvements and enhanced signage along each street will be considered. 3. Stormwater system Improvements consisting of the removal of the existing drainage system and the design and construction of an interconnected drainage system to include new piping, catch basins, manholes, the connecting to existing outfalls and the installation of a new 48"storm sewer system. 4. Gravity sanitary sewer Improvements consists of the evaluation of the system to determine if the system segments should be replaced or repaired by lining or grouting. Sanitary map showing pipes to be lined will be included as part of the DCP. Sewer service shall be maintained at all times. Design and construction for bike lanes, multi-use paths and sidewalks as depicted on the typical sections in the Bicycle Pedestrian Master Plan that will be included as part of the DCP for this project. Proposed Budget: The City of Miami Beach's Public Works budget for the proposed project is$9,200,000 Million. Project Duration: The Design/Build Firm must complete the Work by the following durations, which exclude the warranty administrative period. RFP 2016-205-KB 35 Page 244 of 2187 • Design &Permitting Phase:90 Days from the issuance of Notice to Proceed (NTP) • Substantial Completion: 365 Calendar Days from NTP. • Final Completion: 90 Calendar Days from date of attaining Substantial Completion. If the Design/Build Firm does not achieve Substantial Completion by the established Substantial Completion Contract Date, Liquidated Damages (LDs) will be assessed in the amount of $5,000 per calendar day, which will be paid to the City by the Design/Build Firm. If the Design/Build Firm does not achieve Final Completion by the established Final Completion Contract Date, LDs will be assessed in the amount of $5,000.00 per calendar day, which will be paid to the City by the Design/Build Firm. LDs will be cumulative if both the Substantial Completion Contract Date and the Final Completion Contract Date are exceeded. All assessments of LDs to the Design/Build Firm may be adjustments to payments due to the Design/Build Firm. Remainder of Page Intentionally Left Blank RFP 2016-205-KB 36 Page 245 of 2187 APPENDIX D MIAMI BEACH Special Conditions RFP NO. 2016-205-KB DESIGN/BUILD SERVICES FOR RIGHT OF WAY INFRASTRUCTURE IMPROVEMENT PROGRAM FOR FLAMINGO PARK NEIGHBORHOOD PROCUREMENT DEPARTMENT 1755 Meridian Avenue, 3rd Floor Miami Beach, Florida 33139 RFP 2016-205-KB 37 Page 246 of 2187 1.TERM OF CONTRACT. Not Applicable. 2.OPTIONS TO RENEW. Not Applicable. 3.PRICES.Not Applicable. 4.EXAMINATION OF FACILITIES. Not Applicable. 5. INDEMNIFICATION. Provider shall indemnify and hold harmless the City and its officers,employees, agents and instrumentalities from any and all liability, losses or damages, including attorneys'fees and costs of defense, which the City or its officers, employees, agents or instrumentalities may incur as a result of claims, demands, suits, causes of actions or proceedings of any kind or nature arising out of, relating to or resulting from the performance of this Agreement by the Provider or its employees, agents, servants, partners principals or subcontractors. Provider shall pay all claims and losses in connection therewith and shall investigate and defend all claims, suits or actions of any kind or nature in the name of the City, where applicable, including appellate proceedings, and shall pay all costs, judgments, and attorney's fees which may issue thereon. Provider expressly understands and agrees that any insurance protection required by this Agreement or otherwise provided by Provider shall in no way limit the responsibility to indemnify, keep and save harmless and defend the City or its officers, employees,agents and instrumentalities as herein provided. 6. PERFORMANCE BOND.Not Applicable. 7. REQUIRED CERTIFICATIONS. Not Applicable. 8.SHIPPING TERMS.Not Applicable. 9. DELIVERY REQUIREMENTS. Not Applicable. 10.WARRANTY REQUIREMENTS. Not Applicable. 11. BACKGROUND CHECKS. Not Applicable. 12. COMPETITIVE SPECIFICATIONS. It is the goal of the City to maximize competition for the project among suppliers & contractors. Consultant shall endeavor to prepare all documents, plans & specifications that are in accordance with this goal. Under no condition shall Consultant include means & methods or product specifications that are considered"sole source"or restricted without prior written approval of the City. 13. ADDITIONAL TERMS OR CONDITIONS. This RFP, including the attached Sample Contract, contains all the terms and conditions applicable to any service being provided to the City resulting from award of contract. By virtue of submitting a proposal, consultant agrees not to require additional terms and conditions at the time services are requested, either through a separate agreement, work order, letter of engagement or purchase order. 14.CHANGE OF PROJECT MANAGER.A change in the Consultant's project manager(as well as any replacement)shall be subject to the prior written approval of the City Manager or his designee (who in this case shall be an Assistant City Manager). Replacement (including reassignment) of an approved project manager or public information officer shall not be made without submitting a resume for the RFP 2016-205-KB 38 Page 247 of 2187 replacement staff person and receiving prior written approval of the City Manager or his designee (i.e. the City project manager). 15. SUB-CONSULTANTS. The Consultant shall not retain, add, or replace any sub-consultant without the prior written approval of the City Manager, in response to a written request from the Consultant stating the reasons for any proposed substitution. Any approval of a sub-consultant by the City Manager shall not in any way shift the responsibility for the quality and acceptability by the City of the services performed by the sub-consultant from the Consultant to the City. The quality of services and acceptability to the City of the services performed by sub-consultants shall be the sole responsibility of Consultant. 16. NEGOTIATIONS. Upon approval of selection by the City Commission, negotiations between the City and the selected Proposer (s) will take place to arrive at a mutually acceptable Agreement, including final scope of services, deliverables and cost of services. Remainder of Page Intentionally Left Blank RFP 2016-205-KB 39 Page 248 of 2187 APPENDIX E M1AM BEACH Cost Tender Form (SAMPLE ONLY) Actual Cost Tender Form shall be provided to short-listed firms at the conclusion of Phase I Evaluation. RFP NO. 2016-205-KB DESIGN/BUILD SERVICES FOR RIGHT OF WAY INFRASTRUCTURE IMPROVEMENT PROGRAM FOR FLAMINGO PARK NEIGHBORHOOD PROCUREMENT DEPARTMENT 1755 Meridian Avenue, 3rd Floor Miami Beach, Florida 33139 RFP 2016-205-KB 40 Page 249 of 2187 Section 1 —Certification The undersigned,as Proposer, hereby declares that the only persons interested in this proposal as principal are named herein and that no person other than herein mentioned has any interest in this proposal or in the Contract to be entered into; that this proposal is made without connection with any other person, firm, or parties making a proposal; and that it is, in all respects, made fairly and in good faith without collusion or fraud. The Proposer further declares that it has examined the site of the Work and informed itself fully of all conditions pertaining to the place where the Work is to be done;that it has examined the Contract Documents and all addenda thereto furnished before the opening of the proposals,as acknowledged below; and that it has satisfied itself about the Work to be performed;and all other required information with the proposal;and that this proposal is submitted voluntarily and willingly. The Proposer agrees,if this proposal is accepted,to contract with the City,a political subdivision of the State of Florida,pursuant to the terms and conditions of the Contract Documents and to furnish all necessary materials,equipment,machinery,tools,apparatus, means of transportation,and all labor necessary to construct and complete within the time limits specified the Work covered by the Contract Documents for the Project entitled: REQUEST FOR PROPOSALS(RFP)No.2016-205-KB DESIGN/BUILD SERVICES FOR RIGHT OF WAY INFRASTRUCTURE IMPROVEMENT PROGRAM FOR FLAMINGO PARK NEIGHBORHOOD The Proposer also agrees to furnish the required Performance Bond and Payment Bond or alternative form of security,if permitted by the City,each for not less than the total proposal price plus alternates,if any, provided in the RFP Price Form in Section 00408 and to furnish the required Certificate(s)of Insurance. In the event of arithmetical errors between the division totals and the total base proposal in the RFP Price Form,the Proposer agrees that the total base proposal shall govern. In the event of a discrepancy between the numerical total base proposal and the written total base proposal,the written total base proposal shall govern. In absence of totals submitted for any division cost,the City shall interpret as no proposal for the division,which may disqualify the Proposer. Name of Proposer's Authorized Representative: Title of Proposer's Authorized Representative: Signature of Proposer's Authorized Representative: Date: State of FLORIDA ) On this day of , 20_, personally appeared before me who stated that (s)he is the of , a corporation, and that the instrument was signed in behalf of the said corporation by authority of its board of directors and acknowledged said instrument to be its voluntary act and deed.Before me: Notary Public for the State of Florida My Commission Expires: RFP 2016-205-KB 41 Page 250 of 2187 Section 2—GUARANTEED MAXIMUM PRICE(GMP)-SAMPLE REQUEST FOR PROPOSALS(RFP) No.2016-205-KB DESIGN/BUILD SERVICES FOR RIGHT OF WAY INFRASTRUCTURE IMPROVEMENT PROGRAM FOR FLAMINGO PARK NEIGHBORHOOD FURTHER BREAKDOWN OF LINE ITEMS INDICATED MAY BE PROVIDED AT THE DISCRETION OF THE PROPOSER ,511,,..„?".�" ` 11 �1 DESCRIPTIONS ' ` �y"' QUAN 1 UNIT ,UN TOTAL 4 a✓'k'a e " ^rte 1 "'=,3*7 a�+"* a s C" �tj v P COS AMOUNTf ROADWAY PAY ITEMS CLEAR AND GRUBBING 1 LS EMBANKMENT 1 LS TYPE B STABILIZATION(12") 1 LS OPTIONAL BASE 1 LS GEOFABRIC 1 LS TYPE S—III ASPHALTIC CONC. 1 LS CONCRETE CURB&GUTTER,TYPE F 1 LS CONCRETE SIDEWALK,4"THICK 1 LS CONCRETE SIDEWALK 6"THICK OW 1 LS BRICK AND PAVERS 1 LS RETAINING WALL 1 LS HANDRAIL 1 LS SOD(BAHIA) 1 LS DEMUCK/BACKFILL OF NEW WATER,SEWER AND DRAINAGE 1 LS SYSTEMS& INCLUDE DEMUCKJBACKFILL TO REMOVE EXISTING UTILITES DRAINAGE PAY ITEMS PUMPSTATION 6 CURB INLETS 1 LS MANHOLES 1 LS YARD DRAIN(W/PIPE CONNECTION TO STORM SYSTEM) 1 LS 18"PIPE 1 LS 24"PIPE 1 LS 48"PIPE 1 LS TRENCH DRAIN(W/PIPE CONNECTION TO STORM SEWER) 1 LS WATER PAY ITEMS CONNECT TO EXISTING 8"WM 1 LS CONNECT TO EXISTING 12"WM 1 LS CONNECT TO EXISTING 20"WM 1 LS 4'DIP WM(W/FITTINGS) 1 LS 8"DIP WM(W/FITTINGS) 1 LS 12"DIP WM(W/FITTINGS) 1 LS 20"DIP WM(W/FITTINGS) 1 LS 4"GATE VALVES 1 LS 8"GATE VALVES 1 LS 12"GATE VALVES 1 LS 20"GATE VALVES 1 LS WATER SERVICES W/AMR METERS 1 LS RFP 2016-205-KB 42 Page 251 of 2187 FIRE HYDRANT 1 I LS SEWER PAY ITEMS 8"C-900 GRAVITY SEWER 1 LS 10"C-900 GRAVITY SEWER 1 LS 12"0-900 GRAVITY SEWER 1 LS 15"C-905 GRAVITY SEWER 1 LS SERVICE CONNECTIONS 1 LS MANHOLE 1 LS PAVEMENT MARKINGS AND LIGHTING SIGNING AND MARKINGS 1 LS SIGNILIZED INTERSECTION 17TH AND WEST 1 LS SIGNILIZED INTERSECTION 16TH AND WEST 1 LS SIGNILIZED INTERSECTION 15TH AND WEST 1 LS STREET LIGHTING 1 LS PEDESTRIAN LIGHTING 1 LS ALLOWANCE PERMITS 1 LS $50,000.00 $50,000.00 ALLOWANCE MATERIAL TESTING 1 LS 25,000.00 25,000.00 CONSIDERATION FOR INDEMNIFICATION OF CITY 1 LS $25.00 $25.00 COST FOR COMPLIANCE TO ALL FEDERAL AND STATE 1 LS $25.00 $25.00 REQUIRENMENTS OF THE TRENCH SAFETY ACT MOT 1 LS MOBILIZATION/GENERAL CONDITIONS 1 LS ENGINEERING 1 LS BONDS AND INSURANCE 1 LS TOTAL LA GORCE OWNER CONTROLLED PROJECT CONTINGENCY 10%OF TOTAL GMP LA GORCE TOTAL GMP LA GORGE ANY LETTERS,ATTACHMENTS,OR ADDITIONAL INFORMATION TO BE CONSIDERED PART OF THE PROPOSAL MUST BE SUBMITTED IN DUPLICATE. WRITTEN TOTAL: PROPOSER(Print): ADDRESS: CITY/STATE: ZIP: FEDERAL I.D.#: NAME/TITLE OF REPRESENTATIVE(Print): SIGNED: (I certify that lam authorized to execute this proposal and commit the proposing firm) RFP 2016-205-KB 43 Page 252 of 2187 APPENDIX F MIAM BEACH Insurance Requirements RFP NO. 2016-205-KB DESIGN/BUILD SERVICES FOR RIGHT OF WAY INFRASTRUCTURE IMPROVEMENT PROGRAM FOR FLAMINGO PARK NEIGHBORHOOD PROCUREMENT DEPARTMENT 1755 Meridian Avenue, 3rd Floor Miami Beach, Florida 33139 RFP 2016-205-KB 44 Page 253 of 2187 INSURANCE REQUIREMENTS This document sets forth the minimum levels of insurance that the contractor is required to maintain throughout the term of the contract and any renewal periods. The provider shall furnish to Department of Procurement, City of Miami Beach, 1755 Meridian Avenue, 3rd Floor, Miami Beach, Florida 33139, Certificate(s) of Insurance which indicate that insurance coverage has been obtained which meets the requirements as outlined below: A. Worker's Compensation Insurance for all employees of the vendor as required by Florida Statute 440. B. Commercial General Liability on a comprehensive basis in an amount not less than $1,000,000 combined single limit per occurrence for bodily injury and property damage. City of Miami Beach must be shown as an additional insured with respect to this coverage. C. Automobile Liability Insurance covering all owned, non-owned and hired vehicles used in connection with the work, in an amount not less than $1,000,000 combined single limit per occurrence for bodily injury and property damage. D. Professional Liability Insurance in an amount not less than$2,000,000 with the deductible per claim,if any,not to exceed 10%of the limit of liability. E. Installation Floater Insurance including coverage for material&equipment to be installed during the course of this project. City of Miami Beach shall be included as a Named Insured on this policy,as its insurable interest may appear. This policy shall remain in force until acceptance of the project by the City. A waiver of subrogation in favor of the City must be included for the policies required above. The insurance coverage required shall include those classifications, as listed in standard liability insurance manuals, which most nearly reflect the operations of the vendor. All insurance policies required above shall be issued by companies authorized to do business under the laws of the State of Florida,with the following qualifications: The company must be rated no less than"B+"as to management, and no less than "Class V" as to financial strength, by the latest edition of Best's Insurance Guide, published by A.M. Best Company, Oldwick, New Jersey,or its equivalent,subject to the approval of the City Risk Management Division. or The company must hold a valid Florida Certificate of Authority as shown in the latest "List of All Insurance Companies Authorized or Approved to Do Business in Florida" issued by the State of Florida Department of Insurance and are members of the Florida Guaranty Fund. Certificates will indicate no modification or change in insurance shall be made without thirty(30)days in advance notice to the certificate holder. CERTIFICATE HOLDER MUST READ: CITY OF MIAMI BEACH 1755 MERIDIAN AVENUE 3rd FLOOR MIAMI BEACH,FL 33139 Compliance with the foregoing requirements shall not relieve the vendor of his liability and obligation under this section or under any other section of this agreement. The City of Miami Beach is self-insured. Any and all claim payments made from self-insurance are subject to the limits and provisions of Florida Statute 768.28,the Florida Constitution,and any other applicable Statutes. RFP 2016-205-KB 45 Page 254 of 2187 ATTACHMENT B REQUEST FOR PORPOSAL (RFP) AND ADDENDUMS MIAMI BEACH City of Miami Beach, 1755 Meridian Avenue, 3'd Floor,Miami Beach,Florida 33139,www.miamibeachfl.gov PROCUREMENT DEPARTMENT Tel: 305-673-7490 Fax: 786-3944002 ADDENDUM NO. 4 REQUEST FOR PROPOSALS NO. 2016-205-KB DESIGN/BUILD SERVICES FOR RIGHT OF WAY INFRASTRUCTURE IMPROVEMENT PROGRAM FOR FLAMINGO PARK NEIGHBORHOOD (PHASE II) March 27, 2017 This Addendum to the above-referenced RFP is being issued pursuant to Phase ll of Request for Proposals No. 2016-205-KB Design/Build Services for Right of Way Infrastructure Improvement Program for Flamingo Park Neighborhood and to provide other clarifications and revisions issued by the City. The RFP is amended in the following particulars only (deletions are shown by strikethrough and additions are underlined). I. ATTACHMENTS. The following attachments are incorporated as part of this addendum; Exhibit A: Sample Design Build Agreement Exhibit B: Revised DCP Exhibit C: Letter to Commission, Evaluation Committee Relative to Request for Proposals (RFP) No. 2016-205-KB, for Design/Build Services for Right of Way Infrastructure Improvement Program for Flamingo Park Neighborhood Exhibit D: 8 INCH AND 16 INCH WATER MAIN 100% PS#1, 11 ST Miami Beach Open Cut Phase II - 54-INCH PCCP F M 54 INCH PCCP FM - REVISED SET OF PLANS FOR OPEN CUT PHASE II As Built 8 W.M. along 11 ST: Pressure Test II. ANSWERS TO QUESTIONS BY PROSPECTIVE BIDDERS. Q1. When will the D/B Teams expect to receive NTP-1/Design? Al. After the contract is executed; tentative contract award is April 26, 2017. Typically 10— 30 days for contract negotiations and execution. Q2. When will the D/B Teams expect to receive NTP-2/Construction? A2. Only one NTP will be issued. Q3. How many days after NTP-1, substantial completion should take place? A3. Please refer to revised DCP. Q4. How many days after substantial completion, final completion should take place? A4. Please refer to revised DCP. Q5. Should the D/B firm account for all cost associated to the implementation of contaminant treatment systems and/or the cost of the disposal of the of dewatering for the contaminated water 1 ADDENDUM NO.4 REQUEST FOR PROPOSALS NO.2016-205-KB DESIGN/BUILD SERVICES FOR RIGHT OF WAY INFRASTRUCTURE IMPROVEMENT PROGRAM FOR FLAMINGO PARK NEIGHBORHOOD (PHASE II) (about 600,000 GPD) found in DEP and DRER record maps at Pennsylvania Ct & 11TH Street or an allowance will be provided for this activity? A5. The Design-Build Firm (DBF) should account for all the costs associated with dewatering and the disposal of contaminated water. No allowance will be provided. Q6. Topographical Survey in CADD files. What was provided in the DCP was PDF A6. CADD Survey will be provided upon award of contract. Q7. Geotechnical Soil Survey. A7. Currently no Geotechnical Soil Survey for the project area is available. Q8. Copies of the preliminary Class 1 and 2 permit applications submitted by the CMB to Miami- Dade County DRER (see DCP -5). A8. Class 2 permit application is currently in process. Once the application is completed the copy will be made available. Class 1 permit does not apply to the project. Q9. In DCP -6, item M, sub-item 2 mentioned that this project shall obtain substantial completion within 250 calendar days after NTP and final completion shall be 60 days after the issuance of substantial completion. In DCP-16, Item 10.1, sub-item A mentioned that this project shall obtain substantial completion within 200 calendar days after NTP and final completion shall be 120 days after the issuance of substantial completion. Additionally, the Technical Specifications/Contract Documents, Section 1.6/Work Sequence, page 01010-2 calls for substantial completion in 730 days from NTP and final completion 30 days after the issuance of substantial completion. Which one of these three conditions apply to this solicitation? A9. Please refer to revised DCP. Q10. In DCP-7, item 1.04, the work will include: roadway reconstruction; water main installation & water service relocation; sanitary sewer force main installation; sanitary sewer relining/replacement; storm drainage infrastructure installation; street lighting; pedestrian lighting; signalization; landscape & streetscape improvements. In addendum no. 1, Q5/A5—street lighting & pedestrian lighting as well as landscape & streetscape improvements were not included. Please clarify. A10. Street lighting, pedestrian lighting, signalization, landscape & streetscape improvements, as well as harmonization are parts of the project and need to be included. Q11. Should we include Community Outreach as part of our GMP? Al 1. Yes Q12. Please advise if High Performance HP pipe can be allowed as an Optional Pipe Material for the drainage system in this project. Al2. No. Q13. Has the evaluation committee been selected yet for Phase II of this project? Will it be the same member that were on Phase I? 2 ADDENDUM NO.4 REQUEST FOR PROPOSALS NO.2016-205-KB DESIGN/BUILD SERVICES FOR RIGHT OF WAY INFRASTRUCTURE IMPROVEMENT PROGRAM FOR FLAMINGO PARK NEIGHBORHOOD (PHASE II) A13. Please refer to Exhibit C. Q14. Please advise as to what datum is the survey that was included within the Step 2 Package. We were unable to find it. A14. NAVD. Q15. Can the City provide us with a copy of the proposed improvement along 11th Street between Jefferson and Euclid Avenue that is currently under construction. This will help us determining the starting points for all scopes of work at Jefferson and Euclid. A15. Please refer to Exhibit D. Q16. Do you have the existing as-builts from the Alton Road project in particular at 11th Street. If so, can you please provide. A16. All available as-builts are located at the Public Works office at the City Hall and can be obtained on demand per city's procedure upon award of contract. Q17. The addendum says the sample agreement was attached. It is not. Please provide. A17. Sample design build agreement attached as Exhibit A. Q18. What is the anticipated start date of this project? A18. Please refer to responses to Al and A2 above. Q19. What are the liquidated damages for this project? A19. Please refer to revised DCP. Q20. DC-8 Note 1 Refers to several CAD files, "APC1604 Neighborhood 10A — 11th St.052316 6.dwg" and "APC1604 Neighborhood 10A — 11th St.052316 4.dwg". Can these CAD files be made available to us? A20. These CAD files cannot be provided at this point. Please disregard the statement. Q21. DCP-8 Note 7 refers to adjustment and/or relocation of the existing fencing along the north side of 11th Street across Flamingo Park. What is the limits of the ROW for this area? What are the height restrictions and details for this fence? Does the City envision the DB firm to correct, repair, or repaint the existing fence in addition to adjustments/relocation? A21. The fence will have to be relocated, repaired and repainted as necessary. • Q22. DCP-8 Note 7 referring to the Fence along 11th Street across Flamingo Park. Are adjustment/relocation of the fence a mandatory requirement or is harmonization left to the DB firm's discretion? A22. Please refer to Response A21 above. Q23. Can the City clarify the exact starting and ending point of the project. For Example is the Mast Arm at the SE corner of Alton Road (around STA 600)associated with this project? 3 ADDENDUM NO.4 REQUEST FOR PROPOSALS NO.2016-205-KB DESIGN/BUILD SERVICES FOR RIGHT OF WAY INFRASTRUCTURE IMPROVEMENT PROGRAM FOR FLAMINGO PARK NEIGHBORHOOD (PHASE II) A23. Immediately East from Alton Rd. (not including Alton Rd) to Jefferson Ave., including transition with current Phase I 11th Ave. Improvement Project, Euclid Ave., including transition with current Phase 111th Ave. Improvement Project to Washington Ave., (not including Washington Ave.). Exact limits could be specified more clearly and/or adjusted during the design. Q24. To better assist the design team are there any existing CCTV footage/reports of the sanitary sewer lines in/near the project area? A24. This type of information if available may be provided upon award of contract. Q25. The provided plan elevations and the onsite benchmark elevations do not coincide, Please clarify the correct existing elevations for the project work zone. A25. The survey was provided for information purpose only. As stated in the DCP all information (including benchmarks)will have to be verified by DBF during the project. Q26. The better assist the design team, will the City release the existing roadway profiles. A27. Roadway profiles could be made available upon award of contract. Q27. Which design specifications are required for the Barrier Walls? A27. This information can be verified by DBF during the design. Please refer to DCP-2 1.03 A. Q28. Looking at the Sewer Atlas it appears that the tie in is at the intersection of the 30"X42"X54". Please confirm our pipe crossing is 54"? A28. The connection point to the existing 54" FM will be at the intersection of the 11th St and Michigan Ave. Q29. Sanitary sewer force main improvements will consist of continuing the recently constructed force main. Can we please get the plans that depicts what and where this forcemain was constructed. A29. Please refer to Exhibit D. Q30. Please provide the Construction Drawings for the underground and streetscape improvements {{ for the Right-of-Way and Infrastructure Improvements currently under construction on 11th St between Michigan Ave and Euclid Ave. A30. Please refer to response A29 above. Q31. Can you please provide us with CADD Files of the existing survey so that we can provide accurate conceptual plans? A31. Please refer to response A6 above. Q32. Section 01010 1.6, B indicates that the substantial completion shall be achieved 730 calendar days. While DCP-16, indicates that substantial completion shall be achieved in 200 calendar days. 4 ADDENDUM NO.4 REQUEST FOR PROPOSALS NO.2016-205-KB DESIGN/BUILD SERVICES FOR RIGHT OF WAY INFRASTRUCTURE IMPROVEMENT PROGRAM FOR FLAMINGO PARK NEIGHBORHOOD J (PHASE II) 1 A32. Please refer to revised DCP. Q33. DCP-16 indicates the work hours shall be between 8:30 am to 5:00pm. Depending on the response to question no. 1, the times may need to be reconsidered. A33. The work hours could be extended from 7:00AM to 7:00PM Q34. Section 01010, 1.29 B indicates that several permits were pulled by the City. Can you please forward to us the copy of the permit so we can look at the permit requirements. A34. Please refer to response A8 above. Q35. What is the anticipated date of completion for the First Phase being performed by DMSI? A35. May/June of 2017. Q36. Are there any sanitary sewer video inspections that have been done recently that you all can provide? A36. Please refer to response A36 above. Q37. DCP-10 indicates that the manholes not in "Like new" condition shall be lined/replaced. Is there a list of those that the City considers to be in poor condition so that we can properly include in the bid? Or will the Engineer's recommendation be sufficient. A37. This information is currently not available. Q38. DCP-10 indicates that the sanitary sewer services shall be removed or replaced. Will lining laterals be acceptable? A38. Please refer to DCP-10 E.3. Q39. Would it be possible the release a copy of Appendix E "Cost Tender Form" in Word or excel format? A39. Cost Tender Form should be completed on the format already provided by the City through Addendum No. 2 for Phase II. Q40. Please confirm the datum use on the conceptual roadway plans provided by the city are NAVD 88. A40. Yes. Q41. We are requesting the current Phase I plans for this project. A41. Please refer to response A15 above. Q42. On the price sheet it specifies "RED CONCRETE SIDEWALK 4"WITH WIRE MESH." Is this a typo or are we supposed to put wire mesh in the sidewalk? A42. Generally no wire mesh will be required.IOMINNIMIONSIIIIIMINIMISMI 5 ADDENDUM NO.4 REQUEST FOR PROPOSALS NO.2016-205-KB DESIGN/BUILD SERVICES FOR RIGHT OF WAY INFRASTRUCTURE IMPROVEMENT PROGRAM FOR FLAMINGO PARK NEIGHBORHOOD (PHASE II) Q43. On the price sheet it specifies "RED CONCRETE SIDEWALK 6" WITH WIRE MESH." Is this a typo or are we supposed to put wire mesh in the sidewalk? A43.Generally no wire mesh will be required. Q44. On the price sheet for "CITI BIKE STATIONS," other than a slab is anything else expected of the contractor? A44. No. Q45. On the price sheet for "BUS STOPS/SHELTERS," other than a slab is anything else expected of the contractor? A45. No. Q46. DCP-6: Previous projects had a second Notice to Proceed (NTP2) defined as the milestone after permits were obtained. This schedule specifies there will only by one NTP, defined by contract execution. The project duration is tied to project execution. Is it correct to say that the DCP states we must design, permit and construct the project to substantial completion within 250 days? A46. Please refer to revised DCP. Q47. DCP-6: Please define "partial Completion"as described in Substantial Completion. A47. Please refer to DCP-6 M.2. Q48. DCP-6 states Final completion is 60 days from Substantial, DCP-16 states Final is 120 days from Substantial. Which is correct? A48. Please refer to revised DCP. Q49. DCP-10: Please clarify other than coordination efforts, what will be expected from the Contractors in regards to the Utility companies undergrounding their services. A contractor for instance has no authority over FPL. A49, The expectation in regards to Contractor's work are outlined in the DCP. Q50. DCP-12: In regards to work sequencing, this is typically considered means and methods and set by the Contractor. The paragraph C states, "shall be sequenced", is this phasing mandatory? A50. Please refer to DCP-12 Paragraph C. in its entirety without taking partial sentences out of context. DCP-12 C provides the explanations, reasoning and expectations for sequencing. Q51. The cross sections provided specify FDOT Gravity Wall. Are we to assume the gravity wall pricing must meet FDOT Standard Index 6011 Scheme I or will other wall alternatives be accepted? A51. Information will not be provided at his time. Please refer to DCP-2 1.03 A. II 6 ADDENDUM NO.4 REQUEST FOR PROPOSALS NO.2016-205-KB DESIGN/BUILD SERVICES FOR RIGHT OF WAY INFRASTRUCTURE IMPROVEMENT PROGRAM FOR FLAMINGO PARK NEIGHBORHOOD (PHASE II) Q52. The Cover Page on the document released on February 9th, 2017 states "Addendum No. 2" but the footer says "Addendum No. 3" please clarify the number of total addendums that have been released for this project. A52. To date four (4) addenda have been released, including this addendum, pursuant to RFP 2016-205-KB Design/Build Services for Right of Way Infrastructure Improvement Program for Flamingo Park Neighborhood Phase I and II. Q53. The DCP and other Documents switch between "Design/Build services for right of way infrastructure improvement program for Flamingo Park Neighborhood" and "11st Street Infrastructure Improvements from Alton Road to Jefferson Avenue and from Euclid Avenue to Washington Avenue". Which of these is the City's preferred title/ description to be used by the bidder when addressing this project? A53. The preferred title will be: "Design/Build services for right of way infrastructure improvement program for Flamingo Park Neighborhood." Q54. We are requesting any and all CAD files related to the 2016-205-KB DESIGN/BUILD SERVICES FOR RIGHT OF WAY INFRASTRUCTURE IMPROVEMENT PROGRAM FOR FLAMINGO PARK NEIGHBORHOOD (PHASE II) project. Q54. Please refer to response Al 5 above. Q55. We would like to request and extension to the submittal date since we have not received the responses to our RFIs. This will enable us to properly complete our submittal package since several of our questions are pertinent to the actual technical proposal and conceptual plans. Furthermore, could you please advise whether HP Pipe has finally been accepted as an equal to A2000. A55. HP Pipe is not currently accepted. Q56. Please confirm the datum of the survey provided. A56. NAVD Q57. Please provide the survey in electronic(Civil3D)format, inclusive of the point data/files. A57. Please refer to response A6 above. Q58. The DCP indicates that all existing utilities being replaced are to be removed. This could provide to be costly for the City, has time implications and adds to resident/property owner inconvenience. We will assume that the existing water can be grout filled, instead of removed unless the existing WM is in the path of proposed drainage or force mains. A58.According to DCP the existing utilities being replaced are to be removed. Q59. Scope of work, DCP-7, part B refers to utilizing an updated survey with FFE data to reconstruct all road right-of-way within the limits of the project to newly targeted elevations. What are these elevations? A59. All road right-of-way reconstruction should be based on a minimum elevation of 3.7ft NAVD at the edge of pavement. 7 ADDENDUM NO.4 REQUEST FOR PROPOSALS NO.2016-205-KB DESIGN/BUILD SERVICES FOR RIGHT OF WAY INFRASTRUCTURE IMPROVEMENT PROGRAM FOR FLAMINGO PARK NEIGHBORHOOD (PHASE II) Q60. Please provide finish floor elevations. Note this is important to design and comply with the requirements set forth in the scope of work. A60. Please refer to Response A59 above. Q61. Please provide geotechnical soil boring reports/data. We assume there are no adversary soil conditions. A61. Please refer to Response A7 above. Q62. DCP requires for Viton gaskets in areas where contamination is discovered. According to the DERM maps, there does not appear to be any known contamination. We assume the City has confirmed the same. A62. The confirmation cannot be provided at this time. Q63. Would the City require a separate meter to power the strobe lights for mid-block crosswalks as described in DCP-8?We assume yes. A63. This information will be specified during project execution. I Q64. Please provide details/information on the LED street lighting requirements, type, style, photometric requirements, spacing, etc. ` A64. Please refer to City of Miami Beach Engineering Manual Q65. Are there any existing City Wi-Fi units in this neighborhood? If so, will they need to be relocated by the DBF? Please confirm how many there are, location and what is the procedure for relocation? Can any contractor perform the relocation, or will the City require that is be performed by a current City vendor? We assume there are none. A65. The information cannot be provided at this point. Q66. Please confirm the City will accept Duckbill check valves?We assume yes. A66. The City accepts Duckbill check valves for appropriate applications (subject to approval by city engineer). Q67. The DCP is silent on the allocation of scooter/motorcycle parking. However, City Ordinance 2016-4060 approved on 09 November 2016 states that "The parking director of the city may designate curbside parking spaces for scooter, moped, and motorcycle parking in either individual parking spaces or groupings of parking spaces. Parking spaces with such designation shall have either posted signs, curb markings, or pavement markings promulgating scooter, moped and motorcycle parking only." Please provide scooter/motorcycle parking space locations, quantities and requirements. We assume none are required. fi A67. This information cannot be provided at this time. Q68. What would be the transition requirement (maximum slopes for sidewalk and roadways) between 11th Street and adjacent transverse roads and alleys? A68. Same as 11th Street Phase I project — please refer to plans provided with this addendum. .. VIONNIVAIIMENSIfil 8 ADDENDUM NO.4 REQUEST FOR PROPOSALS NO.2016-205-KB DESIGN/BUILD SERVICES FOR RIGHT OF WAY INFRASTRUCTURE IMPROVEMENT PROGRAM FOR FLAMINGO PARK NEIGHBORHOOD (PHASE II) Q69. Please clarify the discrepancy with days; DCP -16 Says: 1.10 work schedule Substantial completion, shall be achieved within 200 days from NTP Final completion, shall be achieved within 120 days from the issuance of substantial completion. Now they have stated 3 different amount of days, within the documents. We assume the greatest amount of days. A69. Please refer to revised DCP. Q70. We checked the as-builts provided by the City for sanitary sewer and we have marked up the atlases: • Green boxes mean we have those as-builts with inverts. • Red circles mean those as-builts are missing. • Yellow circles means they are missing but we probably won't need them. The DCP requires that we connect the 30" force main from the new pump station located within APCTE's project to the existing 42" force main. However, as-builts have not been provided for either the existing 42" or the new 30". Additionally, the GIS and atlas show that they are already connected. Do we actually connect these? I think the City needs to clarify/provide more information. We assume no connections required in this contract. A70. The clarification cannot be provided at this point. Q71. We marked up the topographic survey with the high points (green boxes) and low points (red circles) as close to the center of the road as we could tell. We also marked the catch basins shown on that plan in blue circles. The original file is labeled "TOPOGRAPHICAL SURVEY, PROPOSED WATER, SEWER AND STORM.pdf," but comparison with the storm atlas indicates that these are existing. A71. The clarification cannot be provided at this point. Q72. The Miami Beach standard detail STL5 (Street Light Details No. 1) appears to have the incorrect model for the lighting fixture (#GVD804KAHSB3N), as the GVD series is a Granville upright pedestrian lighting fixture. Please clarify which Cobra fixture model is the City's standard. A72. Please refer to City of Miami Beach Engineering Manual Q73. DCP-9, Section 1.04.C.3 requests 3 each 2" diameter PVC conduits throughout the length of the project. Please clarify if the City will require 3 each on BOTH sides of W 11th, or down ONE side. If ONE, which side? A73. DCP-9 1.04.C.3. clearly specifies three conduits each 2" diameter. The side will be determined during design phase. Q74. DCP-10, Section 1.04.G indicates that secondary service lines that pass overhead across 11th Street shall be buried underground to the maximum extent practicable. The very westernmost crossing is at the intersection with Alton Rd. This area was recently improved and a portion falls within FDOT right of way/jurisdiction. We assume this overhead crossing is to remain to avoid the new improvements. Please clarify if otherwise required. A74. The clarification cannot be provided at this point, please refrain from making unsubstantiated assumptions. 9 ADDENDUM NO.4 REQUEST FOR PROPOSALS NO.2016-205-KB DESIGN/BUILD SERVICES FOR RIGHT OF WAY INFRASTRUCTURE IMPROVEMENT PROGRAM FOR FLAMINGO PARK NEIGHBORHOOD (PHASE II) Q75. In regards to off-duty police this is a large unknown. Since the streets will be closed to traffic we assume there will be no need for off-duty police to maintain traffic. Otherwise please provide the expected hours that we should include. A75. The information cannot be provided at this point. Q76. Is the Force Main work to be submitted as OTHER WORK in the Sanitary Sewer section of the Cost Tender Form? A76. The force main work should be under the FORCE MAIN EXTENSION/CONNECTION item. Q77. Will the City accept 36" polypropylene or PVC in lieu of 36" RCP for stormwater? A77. No. Q78. The DCP states that "Three each 2" diameter PVC conduits to be installed throughout the length of the project for traffic signal and communication purposes."Therefore, 1) Is the conduit to be installed in the entire project limits, or only in the vicinity of the signalized intersections? and 2) If conduit is to be installed in the entire length of the project, is fiber optic cable to be installed in the conduit to facilitate interconnectivity and communications with adjacent signals? A78. No additional information other than in the DCP-9 1.04.C.3. can be provided at this point. Q79. At the Prebid conference items such as available topographical CAD drawings for the area were requested by the DB firms. At that time the City noted they would make them available to us. What is the status of the CAD files? A79. Please refer to Response A15 above. Q80. Please provide copy of the permits. A80. Please refer to Response A8 above. Q81. Please clarify the working days allotted for construction, there are differing amounts in the bid documents. See 1.03 M and 1.10 of the DCP for conflicts. A82. Please refer to revised DCP. Q82. What datum is the topo provided in? A82. NAVD. Q83. What is the expected completion date for the DMSI construction currently underway? A83. May/June of 2017. !� Q84. Who will make the call on man hole rehabilitation the City or the Design Engineer? This will impact pricing. A84. This will be subject to approval by city engineer. 10 ' ADDENDUM NO.4 REQUEST FOR PROPOSALS NO.2016-205-KB DESIGN/BUILD SERVICES FOR RIGHT OF WAY INFRASTRUCTURE IMPROVEMENT PROGRAM FOR FLAMINGO PARK NEIGHBORHOOD (PHASE II) Q85. Gravity Sewer Improvements Pg 10 1.04 E please define"Like New". A85. Reasonably close to a "New" condition. Item has no visible wear, and all facets of the item are flawless and intact. Q86. Can an allowance be added for the survey of the existing sanitary sewer system or can the City provide their survey? A86. No. Q87. Force Main Improvements Pg 10 1.04 F Please identify the limits of construction for the 42" FM, where are the connection points on 11th Street? A87. The connection point to the existing 54" FM will be at the intersection of the 11th St and Michigan Ave. Q88. Dewatering for construction, are there any existing drainage wells to discharge into during construction? A88. The information cannot be provided at this point. Q89. Please provide a list of Major Events and their corresponding demobilization dates that will impact this project per Pg 4 1.03 G 3. A89. Please refer to available calendar(s) of events. Q90. For the signalization, does the City prefer AC or Solar? A90. AC is preferred. Any questions regarding this Addendum should be submitted in writing to the Procurement Department to the attention of the individual named below, with a copy to the City Clerk's Office at RafaelGranado@miamibeachfl.gov. Procurement Contact: Telephone: Email: Kristy Bade 305-673-7000, ext. 6218 KristyBada@miamibeachfl.gov Proposers are reminded to acknowledge receipt of this addendum as part of your RFP submission. Potential proposers that have elected not to submit a response to the RFP are requested to complete and return the "Notice to Prospective Bidders" questionnaire with the reason(s) for not submitting a proposal. kr Sinc---:,Ok Alex Penis Procu ent Director 11 ADDENDUM NO.4 REQUEST FOR PROPOSALS NO.2016-205-KB DESIGN/BUILD SERVICES FOR RIGHT OF WAY INFRASTRUCTURE IMPROVEMENT PROGRAM FOR FLAMINGO PARK NEIGHBORHOOD (PHASE II) I I 1 1 EXHIBIT A Sample Design Build Agreement 1 1 a 1 y, 12 ADDENDUM NO.4 REQUEST FOR PROPOSALS NO.2016-205-KB DESIGN(BUILD SERVICES FOR RIGHT OF WAY INFRASTRUCTURE IMPROVEMENT PROGRAM FOR FLAMINGO PARK NEIGHBORHOOD (PHASE II) DESIGN/BUILD AGREEMENT by and between. The City of Miami.Beach, Florida and XXX)00000000000a TABLE OF CONTENTS Contents ARTICLE I 3 CERTAIN DEFINITIONS AND INTERPRETATION OF CONTRACT DOCUMENTS ARTICLE 2 12 INTENTION OF THE CITY AND PRIORITY OF CONTRACT DOCUMENTS ARTICLE 3 13 DESIGN/BUILDER'S DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES ARTICLE 4 32 CITY'S DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES ARTICLE 5 34 EMPLOYMENT CONDITIONS ARTICLE 6 36 PROJECT SCHEDULE AND BREAKDOWN OF PROJECT COSTS ARTICLE 7 46 DESIGN/BUILDER'S COMPENSATION ARTICLE 10 57 BONDS AND INSURANCE ARTICLE 11 58 CHANGES IN THE WORK ARTICLE 12 62 NO DAMAGES FOR DELAY; EXTENSIONS TO THE CONTRACT TIME ARTICLE 13 66 CORRECTION OF WORK ARTICLE 14 68 INDEMNIFICATION ARTICLE 15 69 CLAIMS, DISPUTE AVOIDANCE AND RESOLUTION ARTICLE 16 71 TERMINATION ARTICLE 17 76 SEPARATE CONTRACTS ARTICLE 18 78 GUARANTEES AND WARRANTIES ARTICLE 19 79 PRODUCT REQUIREMENTS/SUBSTITUTIONS ARTICLE 20 79 PUBLIC INFORMATION ARTICLE 21 80 QUALITY CONTROL/QUALITY ASSURANCE ARTICLE 22 80 ADDITIONAL TERMS &CONDITIONS APPENDIX A 90 PROJECT DESCRIPTION AND PROJECT SITE APPENDIX C 95 FORM OF FINAL CERTIFICATE OF PAYMENT APPENDIX D 97 PROJECT SCHEDULE APPENDIX E 98 QUALITY CONTROL/QUALITY ASSURANCE APPENDIX F 105 NOT USED APPENDIX G 106 DESIGN/BUILDER'S INSURANCE AND BONDING REQUIREMENTS APPENDIX H 110 DESIGN CRITERIA APPENDIX I 111 FORM OF PERFORMANCE BOND AND PAYMENT BOND 111 FORM OF CERTIFICATE OF SUBSTANTIAL COMPLETION 116