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7800 York Rd 1st and 2nd Floor Demolition


Location
Maryland
Publication Date
02/06/2019 12:44 PM EST
Closing Date
02/28/2019 02:00 PM EST
Issuing Organization
Towson University
Solicitation Number
Description

Specifications include, but are not limited to: The proposed work under the contract includes, but is not limited to: 1. All areas of work shall be sectioned off by the Demolition Contractor by means of barricades to prevent the general public from entering those zones during demolition. Provide appropriate signs as required by owner to direct general public around the demolition area. The Demolition Contractor is fully responsible for the ongoing safety of the public at all times. Demolition Contractor responsible for preventing dust migration from demolition into other areas of the building. Use of filters, plastic screens, walk-off mats and other methods as appropriate. All work shall be accomplished maintaining clean conditions at all times. When performing demolition that creates dust and dust migration, provide a negative air environment and portable HEPA filter equipment. Coordinate with the owner to close off HVAC or exhaust inlets during demolition times. 2. Demolition Contractor shall coordinate demolition activities with Towson University Project Manager with other university construction and activities scheduled during the same timeframe. 3. Remove demolished materials immediately from the building to an acceptable steel container (roll off type) or contractor vehicle provided by the Demolition Contractor. Demolition Contractor vehicles used for demolition removal are not permitted to remain overnight on campus property. Maintain cleanliness around the container and vehicles at all times. The contents of the container shall not exceed the top surface of the container. All demolished materials shall be legally disposed of off campus. Provide protection for all floors and walls when transporting materials through the building. 4. Dispose of all demolished and waste materials off campus in a legal manner. Contractor shall meet LEED BD+C requirements (75% recycling rate) for mixed construction materials. Contractor shall provide a LEED report with materials and quantities at the conclusion of project. 5. Remove all existing partition walls, column enclosures, casework, kitchen equipment, ceilings, carpet, ceramic floor tile and lighting within the limits of demolition indicated on plan. 6. All electrical service panels must be “made safe” prior to start of demolition. Contractor shall confirm no disruption to power in adjacent spaces or other floors. Temporary lighting will be the responsibility of the demolition contractor. Pull all outlets and lighting circuits back to the nearest junction box. Data and telecom to be removed and coiled above ceiling line. 7. Furnish and install all materials to build temporary barricades and exit doors (See detail on drawing D1). Provide and install exit signs in appropriate locations. D. Demolition Contractor shall meet with the TU Fire Safety Manager and a representative from TU’s Fire Alarm Inspection, Testing and Maintenance Contractor BFPE to review the space prior to the start of any demolition.

Source
https://emaryland.buyspeed.com/bso/external/bidDetail.sdo?bidId=MDTU31043010&parentUrl=activeBids (opens in a new window)

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