Specifications include, but are not limited to: Demolition and reconstruction of a single family home.
Complete turnkey pricing of unit built to the attached plans, specifications and instructions in this bid
package. Additional changes to the plan must be pre-approved in writing by the Director, Manager,
or HOME Program Coordinator. Any changes made without pre-approval will be corrected at
Transfer of power either to pole or to temporary pole (including placement of pole) and back to
permanent, once home is complete.
House to be constructed on slab, per plans and specifications referenced above. If home is located
in a flood plain, benchmark for foundation height will be provided by licensed surveyor before
construction and certification will be provided after foundation pour, survey arrangements to made
and paid for by Contractor.
Pre-treat pad area for termite control with Bayer Premise or equal.
All lot preparations including proper drainage grading, before and after construction.
Removal and replacement of any fencing, or other improvement, for access to lot.
The replacement of water, sewer, and gas lines from meter, or tap, to the structure. Water heater,
cook stove, and central heating will be electric, unless the Director, Manager or HOME Program
Coordinator specifies gas in writing at, or before, pre-construction conference.
International Energy Conservation Code (Model Energy Code) and the Energy Proficient Provisions
or the IRC as the existed on May 1, 2009, whichever is more stringent.
TMCSS Site/Demolition Addendum.
Minimum Accessibility Requirements.
Construction Specifications adopted by the Community Development Department.
Applicable Wind Storm Requirements.
Applicable Building Codes.
Contractor will have a representative onsite during all construction. Contractor will submit a list of all
full time Superintendents currently employed including contact information for each. Contractor will
also indicate which Superintendent will be assigned to project. If Contractor does not have a full time
Superintendent on staff at time of bid, Contractor must provide name and contact information at time
of award. If Contractor does not provide this information, the next lowest bid will be awarded.
The work, as described in the contract documents, is summarized as follows:
o Demolition of a single family dwelling.
o Reconstruction of a new single family dwelling and site work per plans and specifications.
o Work shall include earthwork, and construction of the house as per plans and specifications.
Mechanical, electrical, plumbing and landscaping work shall be a part of the scope of the
o Specific provisions of this contract may include ADA features including but not limited to
concrete ramps and ADA thresholds at all exit doors, job built tile ADA shower, grab bars in
shower and at water closet, 27” clear access under all sinks, counter cabinet heights to be
34” maximum as per plans.
All sidewalks, driveway entrances, alley entrances, curbs and gutters, and streets that are to remain,
but are damaged by the Contractor during his operations shall be repaired to the satisfaction of the
City. Sidewalks and streets shall be left in a condition satisfactory to prevent injury to pedestrians.
All vegetation (except trees of 2" caliper or larger) is to be removed from the entire property unless
otherwise specified, excluding grass. High grass must be mowed.
All cleared property shall be sufficiently backfilled and leveled to finish grade, removing larger rocks,
to facilitate proper draining and future mowing. Ruts must be backfilled as well. Fill dirt can be general
grade. Sod is not required.
Contractor shall conform to all federal, state, and local laws and regulations pertaining to burning,
fire prevention, and control within or adjacent to the project. Necessary precautions to avoid and
eliminate fire hazards shall be the responsibility of the Contractor.
All completed work will be inspected by the Community Development HOME Program Coordinator,
or his/her designee, and a written notice will be delivered to the Contractor noting discrepancies or
omitted work. Contractor shall have two (2) working days in which to correct noted discrepancies.
The Contractor shall be responsible for all repairs associated with damaging underground facilities.
The Contractor should contact the appropriate utility company if there are any questions about the
location of utilities to avoid damage to them.