Specifications include, but are not limited to: Each potential contractor should visit the job site to verify measurements and to become fully aware of the conditions relating to the project and the labor requirements. Failure to do so will not relieve the successful contractor of their obligation to furnish all materials and labor necessary to carry out the provisions of the contract.
The Contractor shall adequately protect the work, adjacent property, and the public in all phases of the work. The Contractor shall be responsible for all damages or injury due to their action or neglect.
The Contractor shall maintain access to all phases of the project pending inspection by the State or its representative. Gate closure required! Contractor must keep the gates closed and locked during all operations.
All work rejected as unsatisfactory shall be corrected prior to final inspection and acceptance.
The Contractor shall respond within seven calendar days after notice of observed defects has been given and shall proceed to immediately remedy these defects. Should the Contractor fail to respond to the notice or not remedy the defects, the State may have the work corrected at the Contractor's expense.