Specifications include, but are not limited to: Contractors and Their Duties
Daily cleaning shall be done 5 days per week, Monday through Friday. The exact hours are to be determined
by the Contractor. However, cleaning may begin in the Bismarck District Shop and Truck Barn after 3:30
p.m., in the Bismarck District Office after 5:00 p.m., and Electronic Services Traffic Counter Shop after 5:00
p.m. unless otherwise approved. It is permissible to do some work on weekends. No work will be required on
The Contractor shall so establish his work pattern that the offices are clean and orderly to the NDDOT's
satisfaction. The Contractor shall put all waste in plastic bags furnished by the NDDOT. The Contractor shall
put the bags of waste in the dumpsters furnished. The Contractor shall furnish all necessary materials, tools,
equipment and the transportation needed for performing these duties. The Contractor shall be responsible for
liability resulting from his or her own negligence. No minors will be allowed in the buildings or on Department of
Transportation property. The Contractor shall be considered an independent contractor and not an employee of
the NDDOT for any p purposes, such as worker's compensation, medical insurance, etc.
The contractor must be familiar with what chemicals or compounds to use and how to use them safely. All
cleaning supplies must be used in accordance with manufacturer's recommendations.
The contractor must provide names of all key holders to the Bismarck District and the list must be maintained
in a current status. Each person carrying keys must complete an Issue and Return of DOT Property Form,
SFN 50332 which will be provided for you. The form will be kept in the Bismarck District Office.
An e-mail or text number must be provided to allow timely and accurate communications.
Materials, Tools & Equipment Provided by the Contractor
Examples of materials, tools and equipment provided by the contractor are:
1. Liquid cleaner (germicide)
4. Glass cleaner
5. Bowl and urinal cleaner
6. Bristle brushes
9. Mop heads and handles
12. Cleaning signs (Wet Floor, etc.)