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Boiler Service, Repairs and Replacements for MDCR
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The purpose of this solicitation is to establish a one time contract release from the MCC 7360 Plan for the purchase of Boiler Maintenance, Inspection and Repair Services, Parts and Replacement Boilers for Miami-Dade Corrections and Rehabilitation Department in conjunction with the County's needs on an as needed when needed basis. If the vendor is awarded a contract under this solicitation, the prices proposed by the vendor shall remain fixed for a period of 3 Years, one thousand ninety five (1,095) days after the Notice to Proceed is issued. MAINTENANCE REQUIREMENTS Preventative Maintenance consisting of the following: A. Monthly Preventative Maintenance for Water Boilers and Water Heaters. B. Monthly Preventative Maintenance for Steam Boilers. C. Semi-Annual Preventative Maintenance for Water Boilers and Water Heaters. D. Semi-Annual Preventative Maintenance for Steam Boilers. E. Annual for Preventative Maintenance for Water Boilers and Water Heaters. F. Annual for Preventative Maintenance for Steam Boilers. A. Monthly Preventative Maintenance for Water Boiler and Water Heaters. 1. Test fire water boilers and or water heaters; check all safeties and limit for proper operation and adjustment. 2. Check pilot and/or hot surface igniters for proper flame or acceptable OHM operating range. 3. Check incoming line and manifold gas pressures. 4. Clean and check secondary air dampers where applicable. 5. Clean contacts and check relay operations if applicable. 6. Check and clean all strainers and inspect filters if applicable. 7. Make necessary adjustments to burners for proper combustion using a calibrated combustion analyzer and attached print out to service tickets. 8. Check stack reading with calibrated combustion analyzer and attach print out to service tickets. 9. Check and record operating and high limit aquastat setting; adjust as needed. 10. Note any deterioration conditions on boiler, piping, pumps, electrical or flue system. B. Monthly Preventative Maintenance for Steam Boilers 1. Test fire steam boiler; check operation of all safeties and limits for proper operation and adjustment. 2. Check pilot assembly for proper flame. 3. Check incoming line and manifold gas pressures. 4. Clean and check secondary air and barometric dampers. 5. Clean contacts and check relay operation. 6. Check and clean all strainers and inspect filters if applicable. 7. Make necessary adjustment on burner assembly for proper combustion using a calibrated combustion analyzer and attach print out to checklist. 8. Check stack readings with calibrated combustion analyzer and attach print out to checklist. 9. Check pressure-trol setting on operating and high limit pressure-trols setting and record setting on service checklist. 10. Check hand hole and door gaskets if applicable. 11. Blow down low water cut offs and boiler. 12. Check Operation of condensate feed system. 13. Check Operation of blow down tank and after coolers if applicable. C) Semi-Annual Preventative Maintenance on Water Boiler and Water Heaters: 1. Pull and clean burner assembly, check and replace pilot assembly if needed. 2. Check hot surface igniters for proper OHM; replace if needed. 3. Inspect refractory if applicable. 4. Check all safeties and limits. 5. Flush storage tanks. 6. Check operation of boiler pumps and building hot water return pumps; note any leakage or deterioration. D) Semi-Annual Preventative Maintenance on Steam Boilers: 1. Disconnect and remove burner and inspect combustion chamber. 2. Open hand hole plugs and flush water side. 3. Clean all strainers. 4. Blow down low control and boiler. 5. Check incoming line and manifold gas pressures and adjust as needed. 6. Check combustion with calibrated combustion analyzer, adjust as needed and attached print out to checklist. 7. Check all safeties and limits. 8. Inspect sight glass assembly. E) Annual for Preventative Maintenance for Water Boilers and Water Heaters: 1. Remove burner assembly and clean burners and pilot assembly where applicable. 2. Inspect refractory and clean refractory. 3. Remove and replace high surface igniters where applicable. 4. Remove and replace gas pilot assembly. 5. Disassembly copper finned water boilers and clean fire side of boiler. 6. Flush and drain storage tank: remove hand hole plate and replace gasket if applicable. 7. Check all safeties and limits. 8. Check combustion with a calibrated combustion analyzer and attach print out to checklist. F) Annual for Preventative Maintenance for Steam Boilers: 1. Open boiler and clean water side and fire side; replace all gaskets. 2. Clean fire side of boiler with Goodway Soot-A-Matic Model SAM-3-20-KIT or approved equal with minimum capacity of 270 CFM, all enclosed with dual 15 micron filters to avoid soot and carbon from escape to the atmosphere. A vacuum not designed specifically for this purpose is not acceptable. 3. Replace sight glass and sight glass gaskets. 4. Open and clean low water cutoff controls. 5. Check electrical controls and terminals. 6. Flush and check feed water system. 7. Lubricate and check operation of boiler water pumps. 8. Test fire steam boilers and check all safeties and limits for proper operation and adjust is needed. 9. Check pilot assembly for proper flame. 10. Check incoming gas and manifold pressure. 11. Make necessary adjustments on burner for proper combustion using a calibrated combustion analyzer and attach print out to checklist. SERVICE REPORTS A detailed report of each maintenance/inspection service will be issued by the successful bidder to the using department. This report will indicate the condition of the equipment and recommended minor/major repairs necessary during the term of the contract. It shall also itemize any replacement parts required for the repairs indicating unit prices. Any repairs and replacement of parts shall require approval of the Department prior to proceeding with the work. The vendor(s) shall be required to submit a written estimate on each prospective repair project under this contract before a work order for that specific project is issued. The estimate must reflect the regular hourly wages for each classification represented in this contract, and the percentage discounts or mark-ups for materials and equipment that were quoted by the vendor on its initial offer or the most current contract pricing. The estimate shall be submitted as stipulated in the MCC 7360 Plan under section 2.92 (extra work and related sections of the contract). Extra work is to be awarded or rejected in accordance to the contract and in the best interest of the county. Lump sum estimates shall not be accepted. CHECK LIST The successful bidder shall provide a checklist for the Preventative Maintenance required per each machine. Payment for Preventative Maintenance checks will require checklist. REPAIR REQUIREMENTS All repairs required on service calls shall include but not limited to the following: all controls on burners, limit switches, burner parts, Low Water Cut Off gaskets, rear door ropes, asbestos seals and gauge glass with washers. WELDING REPAIRS Any repairs that entail welding on the pressure vessel must be completed as required by a State Licensed Contractor for that purpose. Proof of License will be required prior to commencement of the work. PAYMENT REQUIREMENTS Vendor must provide written and signed SERVICE REPORTS and CHECKLISTS for each piece of equipment being serviced or repaired accordingly. Copy of said reports will accompany all invoice documents for both Preventive Maintenance Servicing and for Repair Calls. Copy of repair call SERVICE REPORTS and CHECKLISTS will be signed off by the respective maintenance staff employees upon completion of the work, and a copy left with Maintenance staff. A copy of these signed reports will be attached to the invoices and submitted as per MCC 7360 Plan requirements for payment. MLK, Miami Dade Corrections & Rehabilitation. Fiscal, 2nd Fl. Attn.: M. Madruga 2525 NW 62nd Street Miami, FL. 33147-7718 GROUP I - CORRECTIONS & REHABILITATION DEPARTMENT Location: Pre-Trial Detention Center, 1321 NW 13 Street, Miami, Florida 33125 Make: Laars, Model: Mighty Therm, Model # PW1825EN09CBAAJK, Serial # CO1HO5939 1. 10 Each Monthly PM $________ 2. 1 Each Semi-Annual PM $________ 3. 1 Each Annual PM $________ Make: Laars, Model: Mighty Therm, Model # MT2V2000NACK1BJN, SERIAL # C-13252482 4. 10 Each Monthly PM $________ 5. 1 Each Semi-Annual PM $________ 6. 1 Each Annual PM $________ Make: Precision, Model # FPS-50-150-P211ON, Serial # B010458 7. 10 Each Monthly PM $________ 8. 1 Each Semi-Annual PM $________ 9. 1 Each Annual PM $________ Make: Thermal Solutions, Model # Evolution, Serial 1 # 6438662 10. 10 Each Monthly PM $________ 11. 1 Each Semi-Annual PM $________ 12. 1 Each Annual PM $________ Make: Thermal Solutions, Model # Evolution, Serial 2 # 6438863 13. 10 Each Monthly PM $________ 14. 1 Each Semi-Annual PM $________ 15. 1 Each Annual PM $________ Location: Training & Treatment Center, 6950 NW 41 Street, Miami, Florida (TTC & Boot Camp) 33166 A & B Block (TTC) Laars Heating Systems, Model LUHE -100-T-199,999 Serial; DD9019423 16. 1 Each Semi-Annual PM $________ 17. 1 Each Annual PM $________ Laars Heating Systems, Model LUHE -100-T-199,999 Serial; DD9019424 18. 1 Each Semi-Annual PM $________ 19. 1 Each Annual PM $________ Laundry (TTC) Make: RayPak # 1, Model WH9-1532, Serial # 306209574 20. 1 Each Semi-Annual PM $________ 21. 1 Each Annual PM $________ Make: RayPak # 2, Model # WH9-1532, Serial # 306209573 22. 1 Each Semi-Annual PM $________ 23. 1 Each Annual PM $________ Kitchen (TTC) Make: American Water Heater, Model DC-G31-100L270-6N, Serial # ZF3359056 (GAS) 24. 1 Each Semi-Annual PM $________ 25. 1 Each Annual PM $________ Unit 6 (TTC) Make: Teledyne Laars Mighty Therm, Model # VW0325CN010, Serial # 8691658 26. 1 Each Semi-Annual PM $________ 27. 1 Each Annual PM $________ Boot Camp Make: Teledyne Laars Mighty Therm, Model # PW0500IN09C1ACJX, Gas Serial # C06175829 28. 1 Each Semi-Annual PM $________ 29. 1 Each Annual PM $________ C Block (TTC) Make: Teledyne Laars Mighty Therm, Model # PW0400CNBAEN, Serial #A93CG0129 30. 1 Each Semi-Annual PM $________ 31. 1 Each Annual PM $________ Make: Teledyne Laars Mighty Therm, Model #PW0400CN12CBAEN, Serial #A93CG0138 32. 1 Each Semi-Annual PM $________ 33. 1 Each Annual PM $________ Location: Metro West Detention Center 13850 NW 41st Street, Miami, Florida 33178 Kitchen, Booster Heater Make: RBI Division of Mastek Canada, Inc. Model # 335W0300PEOASPO, Serial #050331967 34. 1 Each Semi-Annual PM $________ 35. 1 Each Annual PM $________ Kitchen Make: American Standard Model D100-270-AS, Serial #J05-4130 36. 1 Each Semi-Annual PM $________ 37. 1 Each Annual PM $________ Make: W.H. Universal Rheem Rudd, Model: #G65-36D, Serial # URLP0801G00116 38. 1 Each Semi-Annual PM $________ 39. 1 Each Annual PM $________ Location: Turner Guilford Knight – 7000 NW 41 Street Miami, Florida 33166 #1 Make: Precision Model # FPS-39-30-150-P126, Serial # M127960 40. 10 Each Monthly PM $________ 41. 1 Each Semi-Annual PM $________ 42. 1 Each Annual PM $________ #2 Make: Precision Model # FPS-39-30-150-P126, Serial # M127970 43. 10 Each Monthly PM $________ 44. 1 Each Semi-Annual PM $________ 45. 1 Each Annual PM $________ Make: Thermal Solution EVH2000WN1-UAG, Serial # 64266823 46. 10 Each Monthly PM $________ 47. 1 Each Semi-Annual PM $________ 48. 1 Each Annual PM $________ Make: Thermal Solution #2 EVH2000WN1-UAG Serial # 64266824 49. 10 Each Monthly PM $________ 50. 1 Each Semi-Annual PM $________ 51. 1 Each Annual PM $________ Total of Items No. 1 thru No. 51 $__________Yr. OPTIONS: REPAIR AND ADDITIONAL WORK NOT INCLUDED IN THE SCHEDULED MAINTENANCE/INSPECTION As per section 2.92 Extra Work and related sections of MCC 7040/7360 Plan. The hourly rate quoted shall be deemed to provide full compensation to the vendor for labor, equipment use, travel time, and any other element of cost or price. This rate is assumed to be at straight-time for all labor, except as otherwise noted. The vendor shall comply with Prevailing Wages as per MCC 7360 Plan minimum wage standards, and/or any other wage standards specifically set forth in this solicitation and resultant contract, and any other applicable laws of the State of Florida. The vendor shall provide 24 hours, 7 days a week emergency service to the County under the contract. During regular working hours (Monday through Friday, 7:00 A.M. to 4:00 (P.M.), emergency service response time (defined as the time from acknowledged notification to arrival on-site) shall be within two (2) hours after notification by the County. During other than regular working hours, the emergency response time, as defined above, shall be within four (4) hours after notification by the County. Parts and materials, including replacement of boilers, shall be provided as stipulated in the contract. Items listed on the contract can be updated, changed, added or deleted with notification to the awarded contractor within a 30 day time frame. Evidence of actual cost shall be required and made available to the using department by the successful bidder. Parts cannot exceed the amount stipulated in the contract under extra work. The contractor shall not proceed with any work or purchases without written approval from Miami Dade County as required by the contract. The County reserves the right to award the project based on the written estimate or to reject all estimates based on price and obtain the required services from another source of supply. Design Drawings Included: N Shop Drawings Included: N Specifications Included: N Project Qualifier: Emilio Palma Phone No: 786-263-6408 Email: EJ91@miamidade.gov Comments: MIAMI DADE COUNTY Corrections and Rehabilitation Department 3595 NW 72nd Avenue MIAMI, FL 33122 REQUEST FOR PRICE QUOTATION RPQ No. ________ INVITATION TO BID UNDER MCC 7360 PLAN SEALED BIDS for the project designated below will be received for and on behalf of MIAMI-DADE COUNTY, Corrections and Rehabilitation Department Facilities Management Bureau 3595 NW 72nd Avenue MIAMI, FL 33122 UNTIL 11:00 A.M. Local time, Wednesday May 1, 2013 where they will be publicly opened and read aloud. Bids/Proposals must be submitted in accordance to the contract by the stipulated time and date as well as the location indicated in the RPQ. Any bids received after the first Bid/Proposal envelope or container has been opened will not be opened or considered. The responsibility for submitting a Bid (Proposal response to RPQ) to the Miami Dade Corrections & Rehabilitation Department on or before the stated time and date is solely and strictly the responsibility of the bidder. Miami Dade Corrections & Rehabilitation Department is not responsible for delays caused by any mail, package or courier service, including the U.S. Mail, or caused by any other occurrence. Obtain Bid Documents from MDCR through free electronic copies of the specifications and forms at the following link http://www.box.com/shared/1bu8dk121e Contractor’s inability to access this web site shall not be considered just cause for a bid protest. It is the responsibility of the contractor(s) to advise MDCR in writing, a minimum of fourteen (14) calendar days before the bid opening, of any difficulty in accessing above link and obtaining printed bid documents from MDCR. A pre-bid meeting walk thru is mandatory and will be held at the job sites listed above beginning at the Pre Trial detention center and moving to each additional facility to the west of the starting point, April 17, 2013 at 1321 NW 13 Street, Pre-Trial Detention Center, Miami, Fl. 33125 at East Kitchen Gate Entrance, along 13th Avenue at 9 a.m. From this site we will move to the TGK Correctional Center at 7000 NW 41st ST., followed by the Training Treatment Center at same address, then to Metro West Detention Center at 13850 NW 41st Street for final site visit. The County reserves the right to waive any informalities or irregularities in any bid, or to reject any or all bids. Bids from any person, firm, or corporation ever in default upon any agreement with the County will be rejected. Miami-Dade County's "Cone of Silence", Ordinance 98-106 (Section 2-11.1(t) of the Code) approved by the Board of County Commissioners as of July 21, 1998, and amended Jan. 29, 2002, is adopted herein. This ordinance specifically prohibits communication in regard to this bid solicitation with County staff except by written means with copy filed with the Clerk of the Board. Certain exceptions are made such as oral communications during pre-bid conferences and communications with those persons defined in the ordinance regarding matters of process or procedure already contained in the solicitation document. MDCR staff and bidders may communicate orally while a bid is in progress and prior to award of bid to clarify requirements and business preference procedures, pursuant the Miami-Dade Commission on Ethics ruling on March 10, 2004. Under MCC 7360 PLAN, the “Cone of Silence” takes effect upon advertisement for bids and terminates when recommendation for Award is made by Miami Dade Corrections and Rehabilitation Department. The ordinance is attached in Section 00999-3. You do not need to include this award since the list of approved contractors will be provided by OCI. Any contractor not in the ISD list, but interested in bidding and being awarded work for PHCD, must be registered and approved by the Internal Services Department (ISD), in order to be able to receive an award. To register, contractors must contact ISD, Vendor Services Section - MCC 7360, 111 N.W. 1st Street, 13th Floor, Miami Florida 33128, (305) 375-5289. CERTIFICATE OF COMPETENCY In accordance with the Code of Metropolitan Dade County, Florida, Section 10-3 (B) any person, firm, corporation or joint venture who shall bid or proffer a bid shall, at the time of such bid or proffer of bid, hold a valid Certificate of Competency for Boiler and Boiler Piping, Dade County Master General or State Certified Mechanical Contractor License (1) and a Dade County Fitting License or Plumbing License when working with Natural Gas, and an ASME R Stamp License when working on Welding Repairs: work issued by the State or County Examining Board qualifying said person, firm, corporation or joint venture to perform the work proposed. If work for other trades is required in conjunction with this Bid Solicitation and will be performed by a subcontractor(s), an applicable Certificate of Competency issued to the subcontractor(s) shall be submitted with the Bidder’s proposal; provided, however, that the County may at its option and in its best interest allow the Bidder to supply the required documents to the County during the bid evaluation period. The completion date shall be mutually scheduled by the successful bidder(s) and Project Manager on a job by job basis and submitted by the successful bidder in the cost estimate required for each repair. All work shall be performed in accordance with good commercial practice and the work schedule and completion dates shall be adhered to by the successful bidder(s); except in such cases where the completion date will be delayed due to acts of God, strikes, or other causes beyond the control of the bidder. In these cases, the bidder shall notify the County of the delays in advance of the original completion date so that a revised completion date can be negotiated. Should the bidder(s) to whom the contract(s) is awarded fail to complete the work within the number of days as stated in its proposal, it is hereby agreed and understood that the County reserves the authority to Terminate the contract as stipulated in the MCC 7360 Plan with the bidder and to secure the services of another vendor to complete the work. If the County exercises this authority, the County shall be responsible for reimbursing the bidder for work which was completed and found acceptable to the County in accordance with the bid specifications. In addition, the County may, at its option, request payment from the bidder, through an invoice or credit memo, for any additional costs over and beyond the original bid price which were incurred by the County as a result of having to secure the services of another vendor WARRANTY A. Type of Warranty Coverage Required –As Stipulated in the contract In addition to all other warranties that may be supplied by the bidder, the bidder shall warrant its products and/or service against faulty labor and/or defective material, for a minimum period of three-hundred sixty five (365) calendar days after the date of acceptance of the labor, materials and/or equipment by the County. This warranty requirement shall remain in force for the full one (1) year period; regardless of whether the bidder is under contract with the County at the time of defect. Any payment by the County on behalf of the goods or services received from the bidder does not constitute a waiver of these warranty provisions. B. Correcting Defects Covered Under Warranty- As Stipulated in the contract The bidder shall be responsible for promptly correcting any deficiency, at no cost to the County, within 5 calendar days after the County notifies the bidder of such deficiency in writing. If the bidder fails to honor the warranty and/or fails to correct or replace the defective work or items within the period specified, the County may, at its discretion, notify the bidder, in writing, that the bidder may be debarred as a County bidder and/or subject to contractual default if the corrections or replacements are not completed to the satisfaction of the County within 5 calendar days of receipt of the notice. If the bidder fails to satisfy the warranty within the period specified in the notice, the County may (a) place the bidder in default of its contract, and/or (b) procure the products or services from another vendor and charge the bidder for any additional costs that are incurred by the County for this work or items; either through a credit memorandum or through invoicing. Although this Solicitation identifies specific equipment to be serviced, it is hereby agreed and understood that any County department or agency facility may be added to this contract at the option of the County. Successful bidder(s) under this contract shall be invited to submit price quotes for this new equipment. If these quotes are comparable with prices offered for similar services, the award(s) shall be made to the lowest responsible bidder(s) meeting specifications in the best interest of the County and a separate purchase order shall be issued by the County. Notwithstanding, the successful bidder does not have an exclusive right to these additional sites. The County may determine to obtain price quotes for the additional equipment from other bidders in the event the County does not find the price quotes comparable. All unusable materials and debris shall be removed from the premises at the end of each workday, and disposed of in an appropriate manner. Upon final Completion, the vendor shall thoroughly clean up all areas where work has been involved as mutually agreed with the associated user department’s project manager. All items to be purchased under this bid shall be in accordance with all governmental standards, to include, but not limited to, those issued by the Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA), the National Institute of Occupational Safety Hazards (NIOSH), and the National Fire Protection Association (NFPA). Although this solicitation identifies specific facilities to be serviced, it is hereby agreed and understood that any County department or agency may delete service for any facility(ies) when such service is no longer required during the contract period; upon fourteen (14) calendar days written notice to the vendor. The hourly rate quoted shall be deemed to provide full compensation to the vendor for labor, equipment use, travel time, and any other element of cost or price. This rate is assumed to be at straight-time for all labor, except as otherwise noted. The vendor shall comply with minimum wage standards, and/or any other wage standards specifically set forth in this solicitation and resultant contract, and any other applicable laws of the State of Florida. If overtime is allowable under this contract, it will be covered under a separate item in the special clauses. Unless otherwise provided in Section 3 (entitled "Technical Specifications"), of this solicitation the vendor shall furnish all labor, material and equipment necessary for satisfactory contract performance. When not specifically identified in the technical specifications, such materials and equipment shall be of a suitable type and grade for the purpose. All material, workmanship, and equipment shall be subject to the inspection and approval of the County's Project Manager. In accordance with the provisions of Miami-Dade County's Charter, professional contractors performing services in/or for Miami-Dade County must show that they have been duly licensed by the Qualifications Board of the County, prior to being awarded a contract by the County. All journeyman supplied to perform services in/and for Miami-Dade County must be licensed by the County’s Building and Zoning Department, and carry their certification card when supplying services to the same. The vendor shall obtain and pay for all licenses, permits and inspection fees required for this project; and shall comply with all laws, ordinances, regulations and building code requirements applicable to the work contemplated herein. Damages, penalties and or fines imposed on the County or the vendor for failure to obtain required licenses, permits or fines shall be borne by the vendor. The vendor hereby acknowledges and agrees that all materials, except where recycled content is specifically requested, supplied by the vendor in conjunction with this solicitation and resultant contract shall be new, warranted for their merchantability, and fit for a particular purpose. In the event any of the materials supplied to the County by the vendor are found to be defective or do not conform to specifications: (1) the materials may be returned to the vendor at the vendor’s expense and the contract cancelled or (2) the County may require the vendor to replace the materials at the vendor’s expense. The County will give a minimum lead time of 2 calendar days to the vendor prior to the desired starting date for any specific assignment; provided however, that such notification shall be superseded by any emergency work that may be required in accordance with provisions included elsewhere in this solicitation and resultant contract. When possible, longer lead times will be given. This project will be inspected by an authorized representative of the County. This inspection shall be performed to determine acceptance of work, appropriate invoicing, and warranty conditions. All work assignments during the contract period will be on an "as needed" basis, complying with notification requirements. Bidder shall assume no guarantees as to the number or frequency of work assignments or the amount of payments under the terms of this contract. Determination of material quantities and/or specifications for each assignment will be made by the County Department. The County department will notify the Bidder of each work assignment; at which time the Bidder and the County Department will mutually agree, in writing, of the beginning and ending dates of the work assignment. For each assignment, the Bidder shall be responsible for the proper and necessary use of the materials in performance of the work. The Bidder shall maintain a service facilities located in South Florida (defined as Dade and Broward Counties) which can provide parts and repairs during normal working hours and a company representative who is authorized to discuss matters pertaining to the contract shall staff this facility. As no two vendors perform their work just alike, they may not see work requirements or damage to an equipment in the same degree, causing their quotation to vary. However, the quality of the finished work must equal all of the standards of best industry practices as to selection preparation and finished quality of the repairs. The successful Contract Vendor will be required to consistently produce this quality of work using modern facilities methods, repair techniques performed by individuals knowledgeable and, skilled in repairs, so the repair(s) conform with the original (as far as possible). Vendors who wish to participate in repairs performed at County facilities must have the appropriate portable equipment needed to make such repairs. MINIMUM WAGES -Applicable Prevailing Wages as required by the contract SUBCONTRACTORS – RACE, GENDER AND ETHNIC MAKEUP OF OWNERS AND EMPLOYEES Good Pursuant to Sections 2-8.1, 2-8.8 and 10.34 of the County Code (as amended by Ordinance No. 11-90), for all contracts which involve the expenditure of one hundred thousand dollars ($100,000) or more, the entity contracting with the County must report to the County the race, gender and ethnic origin of the owners and employees of its first tier subcontractors using the Subcontractor/Supplier Listing form. In the event that the successful bidder demonstrates to the County prior to award that the race, gender and ethnic information is not reasonably available at that time, the successful bidder shall be obligated by contract to exercise diligent efforts to obtain that information and to provide the same to the County not later than ten (10) days after it becomes available and, in any event, prior to final payment under the contract. Emilio Palma, Facilities Superintendent; Miami Dade Corrections & Rehabilitation Department (786) 263-6408 office (786) 263-6449 fax. *** All work is to be performed in accordance to this contract. ** Vendor must meet Certificate of Competency fully. ** Additional work may be done at the North Dade Detention Center, 15809 State Road 9, Miami, Fl. 33169 and at the Women's Detention Center, 1401 NW 7 Avenue, Miami, Fl. 33136 if these facilities are reactivated in the future, currently they are nonoperational. ** All work will be done in a high security correctional environment. As such, all employees participating in this project by entering Facility Compound(s) must pass background check prior to being granted access. Vendor must go to our headquarters office at MLK Headquarters, 2525 NW 62 Street, Miami, Fl. 33147 to recieve background clearance training and complete photograph. This process takes approximately one hour. All workers/contractors must complete a full application and submit it accordingly in order to gain their background clearance, it is the responsibility of the vendor to insure that his workers clear background. It takes approximately 4 weeks to receive background approval. ** Additionally, vendor must provide a work schedule to include dates and times that they anticipate working in the facility. ** This project will require the use of Sworn Officers on overtime to supervise your staff. Therefore, at least one work day minimum notice must be given prior to cancelling a prescheduled work date. Notification must be made to both the Facility Shift Commander and the project manager. Accordingly, if proper notice is not given, the cost of the overtime of the Sworn Officer will be deducted from final project billing at a rate of $50 per hour.
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