Z2DA–CON RRTP RM100 Dining Room Renovation at Fort Harrison, MT 436-23-103
Notice ID: 36C25924Q0010

CONSTRUCTION SCOPE OF WORK DINING ROOM RENOVATION Project: 436-23-103 Project Name: RRTP RM100 Dining Room Renovation Project Scope: The VA Montana Healthcare System requires the services of a qualified General Contracting firm to provide construction services allowing for the renovation of existing dining room space in the Domiciliary at Fort Harrison Medical Center, building 169, room 100. Work is to include removal of existing casework, flooring materials, and water damaged wall sections. New casework will be installed with new floor finish, fresh paint, and minor electrical and plumbing installation. Contractor to provide all labor, material, and services as outlined in the Contract Documents including this Scope of Work, Contract Drawings, and Specifications. The Contractor shall also be responsible for all damages to persons or property that occurs due to the Contractor s fault or negligence. The Contractor shall be responsible for supplying all submittals as outlined in the Submittal Register and Specifications, maintaining and tracking a complete list of all submittals, and sending scheduled updates to the COR per Specification section 01 33 23 SHOP DRAWINGS, PRODUCT DATA, AND SAMPLES. The Contractor shall also be responsible for all materials delivered and work performed until completion and acceptance of the entire work, except for any completed unit of work which may have been accepted under the contract. Existing Site Conditions. Construction will occur within the Domiciliary at Fort Harrison Medical Center. The project will take place in an occupied healthcare facility and the build activities will require construction to be phased in such a way as to minimize impact to staff and patients. Infection Control measures will be required at all times as defined in the ASHE ICRA assessment, Class III, Group 2, Type C. Construction activity will require constant coordination with VA personnel. Site Investigation is required for this project to ensure accuracy of design. The Contractor shall be responsible for field verifying all conditions and quantities that may affect the project work prior to bid of this project. Site investigation is to be included in the cost proposal. This work can be performed directly by the General Contracting firm, or indirectly via contract to a third party (Sub-Contractors). The person(s) conducting the site investigation are to check in with the VA Facilities Management Services department and will be escorted to review the project by a VA representative. This work can be done in advance and is intended to limit unforeseen site conditions not indicated on the drawings. The final construction shall conform to all VA requirements outlined in the FGI Guidelines for Design and Construction of Hospitals, Facilities Guideline Institute (FGI), ADA, Joint Commission Accreditation Standards, ANSI, SMACNA, IBC, NEC, NFPA as well all requirements of the VA design manuals posted by discipline in the VA Technical Information Library at the following web address: http://www.cfm.va.gov/til/dManual.asp Work shall be completed in conformance with the time schedule requested by the VA Contracting Officer s Representative (COR) or Resident Engineer (RE). The Contractor is solely responsible for preparing all necessary regulatory notifications to meet the time schedule. Due to requirements in NFPA 101 Life Safety Code, a minimum of two egress routes for each occupied space must be maintained. To ensure the safety of VA patients, staff, and tenants, work is to be structured to allow for egress routes to be maintained throughout the course of construction. Work requiring relocation of tenants, is subject to notification requirements. If Contractor provides a schedule resulting in any violations of NFPA 101 Life Safety Code during any work, they must also submit proposed interim life safety measures for VA review. Any action necessitated by NFPA 101 Life Safety Code will be the responsibility of the Contractor. Tasks and Requirements: General Contractor Requirements Submittals must be reviewed and approved by the VA prior to the start of work. All demolition shall be required to remove abandoned utilities back to active main. Installation shall minimize penetrations in finished walls to the extent possible and with any such penetrations repaired to match existing construction or meet and/or exceed required sound transmission coefficient (STC), smoke/fire partition rating requirements after completion of work. Any new construction shall match surrounding finishes unless indicated otherwise. Contractor and their Sub-contractors are to provide necessary submittals and plans for approval prior to commencing with any new work not shown/provided in the construction documents. All damage to floors, walls, ceilings, or any other VA property to be repaired/replaced by the contractor. Contractor shall be responsible for all construction debris removal. The contractor shall provide their own dumpster as needed. For interior construction the contractor shall provide dump carts and HEPA carts as needed. Dump carts are to be sealed with a tight-fitting lid during travel to and from the jobsite to the designated dumpster location. Dumpster location and debris removal pathway to be approved by the VA COR. Temporary egress and life safety signage to be provided by contractor and any ILSMs required shall be coordinated with VA COR and VA safety personnel. Description of Work: Setup of Infection Prevention Measure. Remove sink and associated plumbing. Remove casework. Remove water damaged wall sections. Remove sill at TV alcove. Remove flooring, base materials, wall guards, and rub rails. Remove coat rack and marker board. Install new flooring and base materials. Relocate light switch at kitchenette alcove. Install new casework. Install sink, faucet, and associated plumbing. Remove trim as necessary to paint. Paint existing and new walls as indicated. Paint glazing frames. Install ice machine and associated drain and water lines. Connect new water lines and drain to coffee machine. Connect new water lines if required by refrigerator. Install new corner guards and rub rail. Install soap and paper towel dispenser. Install sound attenuation around soffit. Period of Performance The construction period of performance will be 30 days from the Notice to Proceed (NTP). A Construction NTP will not be awarded until all pre-construction submittals have been approved. Work Schedule Normal working hours are from 7:30 AM to 4:30 PM (local time) Monday through Friday except for weekends and established Federal Holidays. The following Federal legal holidays are observed by this facility: New Year s Day January 1 Martin Luther King s Birthday Third Monday in January President s Day Third Monday in February Memorial Day Last Monday in May Juneteenth June 19 Independence Day July 4 Labor Day First Monday in September Columbus Day Second Monday in October Veteran s Day November 11 Thanksgiving Day Fourth Thursday in November Christmas Day December 25 Work Performed After Hours: to maintain schedule, work may be performed after hours. Contractor to coordinate these efforts with the VA COR with a minimum of 24-hours notice. In order to maintain schedule, work performed over the weekend, may be allowed. Contractor to coordinate these efforts with VA COR with a minimum of 48-hours notice. Privacy Statement Information Security: The C&A requirements do not apply; a Security Accreditation Package is not required. Incidental exposure to protected health information may occur from accessing the work site. Staff will follow all Privacy & Security policies and procedures. Appendix Attachment 1 - 436-23-103_ICRA RRTP RM100 Dining Room Renovation Attachment 2 - 436-23-103_PCRA RRTP RM100 Dining Room Renovation Attachment 3 - 01 33 23 SHOP DRAWINGS, PRODUCT DATA, AND SAMPLES

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