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TABLE OF CONTENTS2017-12 HVACSection00 01 1000 11 1300 21 1300 41 22DescriptionTable of ContentsNotice Calling for BidsInstructions for BiddersBid ProposalSection00 61 1000 61 1300 61 1400 62 9000 43 1300 65 0100 43 36Bid Proposal; Alternate BidItems ProposalSubcontractors List00 45 10DIR Registration Verification00 65 0300 45 13Statement of Qualifications00 65 0400 45 1900 45 23Non-Collusion AffidavitCertificate of WorkersCompensation InsuranceDrug-Free WorkplaceCertificationAgreement00 65 3600 72 13DescriptionBid BondPerformance BondLabor & Materials Payment BondVerification of Certified Payroll RecordsSubmittal to Labor CommissionerConditional Waiver & Release on ProgressPaymentUnconditional Waiver & Release onProgress PaymentConditional Waiver & Release on FinalPaymentUnconditional Waiver & Release on FinalPaymentContractor Guarantee FormGeneral Conditions0073 13Special Conditions00 45 2700 52 00Long Form; Rev. Jan. 2016Table of Contents2017-12 HVAC00 65 02Page 1

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NOTICE CALLING FOR BIDSDISTRICTMERCED COMMUNITY COLLEGE DISTRICTPROJECT DESCRIPTION2017-12 HVACPROJECT BUDGETN/ALATEST TIME/DATE FORSUBMISSION OF BID PROPOSALS2:00 P.M.Friday, September 15, 2017LOCATION FOR SUBMISSION OFBID PROPOSALSMerced College, Purchasing Office (CornerUniversity Drive and West Community College Drive)3600 M Street, Merced, California 95348LOCATION FOR OBTAINING BIDAND CONTRACT DOCUMENTSNOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the Merced Community College District (District), acting byand through its Board of Trustees, will receive up to, but not later than the above-stated date and time,sealed Bid Proposals for the Contract for the Work generally described as 2017-12 HVAC.1. Submittal of Bid Proposals. All Bid Proposals must be submitted on forms furnished by the Districtprior to the last time for submission of Bid Proposals and the District’s public opening and readingof Bid Proposals.2. Bid and Contract Documents. The Bid and Contract Documents are available at the location statedabove for a Choose an item. payment of per set by check payable to. If the payment for Bid and Contract Documents is refundable, refundswill be processed only if the Bid and Contract Documents are returned as directed to the Districtintact and in good order on or before Click here to enter a date.3. Documents Accompanying Bid Proposal. Each Bid Proposal shall be accompanied by: (i) therequired Bid Security; (ii) Subcontractors List; (iii) Statement of Qualifications; (iv) Non-CollusionAffidavit; and (v) DIR Registration Verification.4. Project Budget. The Project Budget for the Work is set forth above. If bidding for the Work includesAlternate Bid Items, the selection of Alternate Bid Items for determination of the lowest priced BidProposal will be by priority of Alternate Bid Items, up to but not exceeding the Project Budget. Ifbidding for the Work does not include Alternate Bid Items, the Project Budget set forth above is forinformation purposes only.5. Pre-Bid Inquiries. Bidders may submit pre-bid inquiries or clarification requests. Bidders are solelyand exclusively responsible for submitting pre-bid inquiries or clarification requests no later than4:00 PM FOUR (4) days before the latest date for submittal of Bid Proposals. Pre-bid inquiries orclarification requests shall be submitted to: Chuck Hergenraeder.6. Prevailing Wage Rates. The Contractor and all Subcontractors shall pay not less than the applicableprevailing wage rate for the classification of labor provided by their respective workers to executethe Work. Copies of the prevailing wage rates in the locality where the Work is to be performed,entitled PREVAILING WAGE SCALE are available to any interested party on the INTERNET athttp:// www.dir.ca.gov/dlsr/statistics research.html. In addition to compliance with prevailing wagerequirements, the successful Bidder shall comply with all other applicable provisions of the LaborCode, the California Code of Regulations and rulings or determinations of the California DepartmentLong Form; Rev. Jan. 2016Call for Bids; Section 00 11 132017-12 HVACPage 3

of Industrial Relations. During the Work and pursuant to Labor Code §1771.4(a)(4), the Departmentof Industrial Relations shall monitor compliance with prevailing wage rate requirements and enforcethe Contractor’s prevailing wage rate obligations.7. Contractors’ License Classification. Bidders must possess the following classification(s) ofCalifornia Contractors License at the time that the Bid Proposal is submitted and at time the Contractfor the Work is awarded: C-20 Warm-Air Heating, Ventilating and Air-Conditioning. The BidProposal of a Bidder who does not possess a valid and in good standing Contractors’ License in theclassification(s) set forth above will be rejected for non-responsiveness. Any Bidder not duly andproperly licensed is subject to all penalties imposed by law. No payment shall be made for the Workunless and until the Registrar of Contractors verifies to the District that the Bidder awarded theContract is properly and duly licensed for the Work.8. Contract Time. Substantial Completion of the Work shall be achieved within the time set forth inContract Documents after the date for commencement of the Work established in the Notice toProceed issued by the District. Failure to achieve Substantial Completion within the Contract Timewill result in the assessment of Liquidated Damages as set forth in the Contract.9. Bid Security. Each Bid Proposal shall be accompanied by Bid Security in an amount equal to TENPERCENT (10%) of the maximum amount of the Bid Proposal, inclusive of the value of any additiveAlternate Bid Item(s). A Bid Proposal not accompanied by Bid Security in the form and in the amountrequired is non-responsive and will be rejected by the District.10. Payment Bond; Performance Bond. Prior to commencement of the Work, the Bidder awarded theContract shall deliver to the District a Payment Bond and a Performance Bond issued by a CaliforniaAdmitted Surety in the form and content included in the Contract Documents in a penal sum equalto One Hundred Percent (100%) of the Contract Price. The Payment Bond and the PerformanceBond shall be issued by a California Admitted Surety in the form and content included in the ContractDocuments.11. No Withdrawal of Bid Proposals. Bid Proposals shall not be withdrawn by any Bidder for a periodof sixty (60) days after the opening of Bid Proposals. During this time, all Bidders shall guaranteeprices quoted in their respected Bid Proposals.12. Return of Executed Agreement. The Bidder awarded the Contract shall execute the Agreement andreturn the executed Agreement to the District within five (5) calendar days from the date of receivingnotification that it is the Bidder to whom the Contract has been awarded. If the successful Bidderfails to return the executed Agreement pursuant to the foregoing, the District may declare theBidder’s Bid Security forfeited as damages caused by the failure of the Bidder to enter into theContract and may thereupon award the Contract for the Work to the responsible Bidder submittingthe next lowest Bid Proposal or may call for new bids, in its sole and exclusive discretion.13. Job-Walk. The District will conduct a Mandatory Job Walk on Thursday, August 31, 2017,beginning at 10:00 AM Bidders are to meet at Merced College Purchasing Department for conductof the Job Walk. If the Job Walk is mandatory, the Bid Proposal submitted by a Bidder whoserepresentative(s) did not attend the entirety of the Mandatory Job Walk will be rejected by the Districtas being non-responsive.14. Waiver of Irregularities. The District reserves the right to reject any or all Bid Proposals or to waiveany irregularities or informalities in any Bid Proposal or in the bidding.Long Form; Rev. Jan. 2016Call for Bids; Section 00 11 132017-12 HVACPage 4

15. Award of Contract. The Contract for the Work, if awarded, will be by action of the District’s Boardof Trustees to the responsible Bidder submitting the lowest priced responsive Bid Proposal. If theBid Proposal requires Bidders to propose prices for Alternate Bid Items, the District’s selection ofAlternate Bid Items, if any, for determination of the lowest priced Bid Proposal and for inclusion inthe scope of the Contract to be awarded shall be in accordance with the Instructions for Bidders./s/ Merced Community College DistrictAdvertisement Publications: Monday, August 21, 2017 and Monday, August 28, 2017.[END OF SECTION]Long Form; Rev. Jan. 2016Call for Bids; Section 00 11 132017-12 HVACPage 5

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INSTRUCTIONS FOR BIDDERS1. Preparation and Submittal of Bid Proposal.1.1.Bid Proposal Preparation. All information required by the bid forms must be completely andaccurately provided. Numbers shall be stated in both words and figures where required in thebid forms; conflicts between a number stated in words and in figures are governed by the words.Partially completed Bid Proposals or Bid Proposals submitted on other than the bid formsincluded herein are non-responsive and will be rejected. Bid Proposals not conforming to theseInstructions for Bidders and the Notice to Contractors Calling for Bids (“Call for Bids”) may bedeemed non-responsive and rejected.1.2.Bid Proposal Submittal. Bid Proposals shall be submitted at the place designated in the Call forBids in sealed envelopes bearing on the outside the Bidder’s name and address along with anidentification of the Work for which the Bid Proposal is submitted. Bidders are solely responsiblefor timely submission of Bid Proposals to the District at the place designated in the Call for Bids.1.3.Date and Time of Bid Proposal Submittal. A Bid Proposal is submitted only if the outer envelopecontaining the Bid Proposal is marked with the Project title and is received by a DistrictPurchasing Department representative for logging-in at (or before) the latest date and time /d/-8/java is controlling and determinative as to thetime of the Bidder’s submittal of the Bid Proposal. The foregoing notwithstanding, whether ornot Bid Proposals are opened exactly at the time fixed in the Call for Bids, no Bid Proposalsshall be received or considered by the District after it has commenced the public opening andreading of Bid Proposals; Bid Proposals submitted after such time are non-responsive and willbe returned to the Bidder unopened.2. Bid Security. Each Bid Proposal shall be accompanied by Bid Security in the form of: (i) cash, (ii) acertified or cashier’s check made payable to the District or (iii) a Bid Bond, in the form and includedwith the Contract Documents (the “Bid Security”) in at least the amount set forth in the Call for Bids.A Bid Proposal submitted without the required Bid Security is non-responsive and will be rejected.If the Bid Security is in the form of a Bid Bond, the Bidder’s Bid Proposal is deemed responsive onlyif the Bid Bond is in the form and content included herein and the Surety is an Admitted SuretyInsurer under Code of Civil Procedure §995.120.3. Documents Accompanying Bid Proposal; Signatures. The Bid Proposal and all other documentsrequired to be submitted with the Bid Proposal shall be executed by an individual duly authorized toexecute the same on behalf of the Bidder; failure of a Bid Proposal to conform to the foregoing willrender the Bid Proposal non-responsive and rejected.4. Bidder and Subcontractors’ DIR Registered Contractor Status. Each Bidder must be a DIRRegistered Contractor when submitting a Bid Proposal. The Bid Proposal of a Bidder who is not aDIR Registered Contractor when the Bid Proposal is submitted will be rejected for nonresponsiveness. All Subcontractors identified in a Bidder’s Subcontractors’ List must be DIRRegistered contractors at the time the Bid Proposal is submitted. The foregoing notwithstanding, aBid Proposal is not subject to rejection for non-responsiveness for listing Subcontractor theSubcontractors List who is/are not DIR Registered contractor(s) if such Subcontractor(s) completeDIR Registration pursuant to Labor Code §1771.1(c)(1) or (2). Further, a Bid Proposal is not subjectto rejection if the Bidder submitting the Bid Proposal lists any Subcontractor(s) who is/are not DIRRegistered contractors and such Subcontractor(s) do not become DIR Registered pursuant to LaborCode §1771.1(c)(1) or (2) prior to award of the Contract, the Bidder, if awarded the Contract, mustrequest consent of the District to substitute a DIR Registered Subcontractor for any non-DIRRegistered Subcontractor(s) pursuant to Labor Code §1771.1(c)(3) without adjustment of theContract Price or the Contract Time.Long Form; Rev. Jan. 2016Instructions for Bidders; Section 00 21 132017-12 HVACPage 7

5. Modifications or Withdrawal of Bid Proposal. Changes to the bid forms which are not specificallycalled for or permitted may result in the District’s rejection of the Bid Proposal as being nonresponsive. No oral or telephonic modification of any submitted Bid Proposal will be considered.After submittal of a Bid Proposal, a Bidder may modify or withdraw its Bid Proposal only by writtenrequest actually received by the District prior to the scheduled closing time for the receipt of BidProposals and the District’s public opening and reading of Bid Proposals; written requests towithdraw or modify a submitted Bid Proposal received by the District after the scheduled closingtime for receipt of Bid Proposals shall not be considered by the District, nor effective to withdrawsuch Bid Proposal.6. Erasures; Inconsistent or Illegible Bid Proposals. Erasures, interlineations or other corrections toany document submitted with a Bid Proposal shall be suitably authenticated by affixing in the marginimmediately opposite such erasure, interlineations or correction the surname(s) of the person(s)signing the Bid Proposal. Any Bid Proposal not conforming to the foregoing may be deemed by theDistrict to be non-responsive. If any Bid Proposal or portions thereof, is determined by the Districtto be illegible, ambiguous or inconsistent, the District may reject such a Bid Proposal as being nonresponsive.7. Examination of Site and Contract Documents. Each Bidder shall, at its sole cost and expense,inspect the Site and to become fully acquainted with the Contract Documents and conditionsaffecting the Work. Failure of a Bidder to receive or examine any of the Contract Documents or toinspect the Site shall not relieve such Bidder from any obligation with respect to the Bid Proposal,or the Work required under the Contract Documents. The District assumes no responsibility orliability to any Bidder for, nor shall the District be bound by, any understandings, representations oragreements of the District’s agents, employees or officers concerning the Contract Documents orthe Work made prior to execution of the Contract which are not in the form of Bid Addenda dulyissued by the District. The submission of a Bid Proposal shall be deemed prima facie evidence ofthe Bidder’s full compliance with the requirements of this section.8. Agreement and Bonds. The Agreement which the successful Bidder, as Contractor, will be requiredto execute along with the forms Payment Bond, Performance Bond and other documents andinstruments which are required to be furnished are included in the Contract Documents and shallbe carefully examined by the Bidder.9. Interpretation of Drawings, Specifications or Contract Documents. The District will respond to anypre-bid inquiry submitted in accordance with requirements established in the Call for Bids. If in thesole discretion of the District, a response to a pre-bid inquiry affects or potentially affects otherBidders, the Work, the Contract Documents or other requirements, the District will issue addenda.A copy of any such addendum will be delivered by fax, email or mail to each Bidder receiving a setof the Contract Documents. No person is authorized to render an oral interpretation or correctionof any portion of the Contract Documents to any Bidder, and no Bidder is authorized to rely on anysuch oral interpretation or correction. Failure to request interpretation or clarification of any portionof the Contract Documents pursuant to the foregoing is a waiver of any discrepancy, defect orconflict therein.10. District’s Right to Modify Contract Documents. Before the public opening and reading of BidProposals, the District may modify the Work, the Contract Documents, or any portion(s) thereof bythe issuance of written addenda disseminated to all Bidders who have obtained a copy of theSpecifications, Drawings and Contract Documents pursuant to the Call for Bids. If the District issuesany addenda during the bidding, the failure of any Bidder to acknowledge such addenda in its BidProposal will render the Bid Proposal non-responsive and rejected.Long Form; Rev. Jan. 2016Instructions for Bidders; Section 00 21 132017-12 HVACPage 8

11. Bidders Interested in More Than One Bid Proposal; Non-Collusion Affidavit. No person, firm,corporation or other entity shall submit or be interested in more than one Bid Proposal for the sameWork; provided, however, that a person, firm or corporation that has submitted a sub-proposal to aBidder or who has quoted prices for materials to a Bidder is not disqualified from submitting a subproposal, quoting prices to other Bidders or submitting a Bid Proposal for the proposed Work to theDistrict. The form of Non-Collusion Affidavit included in the Contract Documents must be completedand duly executed on behalf of the Bidder; failure of a Bidder to submit a completed and executedNon-Collusion Affidavit with its Bid Proposal will render the Bid Proposal non-responsive.12. Award of Contract.12.1. Waiver of Irregularities or Informalities. The District reserves the right to reject any and all BidProposals or to waive any irregularities or informalities in any Bid Proposal or in the bidding.12.2. Award to Lowest Responsive Responsible Bidder. The award of the Contract, if made by theDistrict through action of its Board of Trustees, will be to the responsible Bidder submitting thelowest responsive Bid Proposal on the basis of the Base Bid Proposal and Alternate Bid Itemsselected in accordance with these Instructions.12.3. Selection of Alternate Bid Items. Additive Alternate Bid Items (“ALT”), if any, will be acceptedby the District in the order of priority established by the District, with the highest prioritized ALTbeing ALT 1. The Contract for the Work will be awarded to the Bidder submitting the lowestpriced responsive Bid Proposal for the Base Bid scope and the maximum number of ALTs up tobut not exceeding the Project Budget set forth in the Call for Bids. In the following example,Bidder B proposes 19,000 for the Base Bid plus ALTS 1-3, Bidder A proposes 20,000 andBidder C proposes for the Base Bid plus ALTS 1-3. Pricing for the Base Bid and ALT 4 to anyBidder exceeds the Project Budget. Hence: Bidder B submitted the lowest priced proposal forthe Base Bid and the maximum number of ALTs within the Project Budget.Project Budget: 19,000BID PRICINGBASE BID ALTSBIDDER BIDDER BIDDERBIDDER BIDDER BIDDERABCABCBase 5,000 5,500 4,800 5,000 5,500 4,800BidALT 1 8,000 7,500 7,800 13,000 13,000 12,600ALT 2 1,000 1,000 1,200 14,000 14,000 13,800ALT 3 6,000 5,000 7,000 20,000 19,000 20,800ALT 4 150 120 200 20,150 19,150 21,00012.4.12.5.12.6.Alternate Bid Items Not Included in Award of Contract. Bidders are referred to the provisions ofthe Contract Documents permitting the District, during performance of the Work, to add or deletefrom the scope of the Work any or all of the Alternate Bid Items with the cost or credit of thesame being the amount(s) set forth by in the Alternate Bid Items Bid on the Proposal.Responsive Bid Proposal. A responsive Bid Proposal shall mean a Bid Proposal whichconforms, in all material respects, to the Bid and Contract Documents.Responsible Bidder. A responsible Bidder is a Bidder who has the capability in all respects, toperform fully the requirements of the Contract Documents and the moral and business integrityand reliability which will assure good faith performance. In determining responsibility, thefollowing criteria will be considered: (i) the ability, capacity and skill of the Bidder to perform theWork of the Contract Documents; (ii) whether the Bidder can perform the Work promptly andwithin the time specified, without delay or interference; (iii) the character, integrity, reputation,judgment, experience and efficiency of the Bidder; (iv) the quality of performance of the Bidderon previous contracts, by way of example only, the following information will be considered: (a)the administrative, consultant or other cost overruns incurred by the District on previouscontracts with the Bidder; (b) the Bidder’s compliance record with contract general conditionsLong Form; Rev. Jan. 2016Instructions for Bidders; Section 00 21 132017-12 HVACPage 9

on other projects; (c) the submittal by the Bidder of excessive and/or unsubstantiated extra costproposals and claims on other projects; (d) the Bidder’s record for completion of work within thecontract time and the Bidder’s compliance with the scheduling and coordination requirementson other projects; (e) the Bidder’s demonstrated cooperation with the District and othercontractors on previous contracts; (f) whether the work performed and materials furnished onprevious contracts was in accordance with the Contract Documents; (v) the previous andexisting compliance by the Bidder with laws and ordinances relating to contracts; (vi) thesufficiency of the financial resources and ability of the Bidder to perform the work of the ContractDocuments; (vii) the quality, availability and adaptability of the goods or services to the particularuse required; (viii) the ability of the Bidder to provide future maintenance and service for thewarranty period of the Contract; (ix) whether the Bidder is in arrears on debt or contract or is adefaulter on any surety bond; (x) such other information as may be secured by the District havinga bearing on the decision to award the Contract, to include without limitation the ability,experience and commitment of the Bidder to properly and reasonably plan, schedule, coordinateand execute the Work of the Contract Documents and whether the Bidder has ever beendebarred from bidding or found ineligible for bidding on any other projects. The ability of a Bidderto provide the required bonds will not of itself demonstrate responsibility of the Bidder.13. Subcontractors.13.1 Designation of Subcontractors; Subcontractors List. Each Bidder shall submit a list of itsproposed Subcontractors for the proposed Work as required by the Subletting andSubcontracting Fair Practices Act (California Public Contract Code §§ 4100 et seq.) on the formfurnished. The failure of any Bid Proposal to include all information required by theSubcontractors List will result in rejection of the Bid Proposal for non-responsiveness.13.2 Work of Subcontractors. All Bidders are referred to the Contract Documents and the notationtherein that all Contract Documents are intended to be complimentary and that the organizationor arrangements of the Specifications and Drawings shall not limit the extent of the Work of theContract Documents. Accordingly, all Bidders are encouraged to disseminate all of theSpecifications, Drawings and other Contract Documents to all persons or entities submittingsub-bids to the Bidder. The omission of any portion or item of Work from the Bid Proposal orfrom the sub-bidders’ sub-bids which is/are necessary to produce the intended results and/orwhich are reasonably inerrable from the Contract Documents is not a basis for adjustment of theContract Price or the Contract Time.13.3 Subcontractor Bonds. In accordance with California Public Contract Code §4108, if a Bidderrequires a bond or bonds of its Subcontractor(s), whether the expense of procuring such bondor bonds are to be borne by the Bidder or the Subcontractor(s), such requirements shall bespecified in the Bidder’s written or published request for sub-bids. Failure of the Bidder tocomply with these requirements shall preclude the Bidder from imposing bonding requirementsupon its Subcontractor(s) or rejection of a Subcontractor’s bid under California Public ContractCode §4108(b).14 Workers’ Compensation Insurance. Pursuant to California Labor Code § 3700, the successfulBidder shall secure Workers’ Compensation Insurance for its employees engaged in the Work ofthe Contract. The successful Bidder shall execute and deliver to the District the form of WorkersCompensation Certification included in the Contract Documents concurrently with such Bidder’sdelivery of the executed Agreement to the District.14. Bid Security Return. The Bid Security of the Bidders submitting the three lowest priced BidProposals, the number being solely at the discretion of the District, will be held by the District for ten(10) days after the period for which Bid Proposals must be held open (which is set forth in the Callfor Bids) or until posting by the successful Bidder(s) of the bonds, certificates of insurance requiredLong Form; Rev. Jan. 2016Instructions for Bidders; Section 00 21 132017-12 HVACPage 10

and return of executed copies of the Agreement, whichever first occurs, at which time the BidSecurity of such other Bidders will be returned to them.15. Forfeiture of Bid Security. If the Bidder awarded the Contract fails or refuses to execute theAgreement within Choose an item. calendar days from the date of receiving notification that it is theBidder to whom the Contract has been awarded, the District may declare the Bidder’s Bid Securityforfeited as damages caused by the failure of the Bidder to enter into the Contract and maythereupon award the Contract for the Work to the responsible Bidder submitting the next lowest BidProposal or may call for new bids, in its sole and exclusive discretion.16. Contractor’s License. No Bid Proposal will be considered from a Bidder who, at the time BidProposals are opened, is not licensed to perform the Work of the Contract Documents, inaccordance with the Contractors’ License Law, California Business & Professions Code §§7000 etseq. This requirement is not a mere formality and will not be waived by the District or its Board ofTrustees. The required California Contractors’ License classification(s) for the Work is set forth inthe Call for Bids.17. Non-Discriminatory Practices. It is the policy of the District that there be no discrimination againstany prospective or active employee engaged in the Work because of race, color, ancestry, nationalorigin, religious creed, sex, age, marital status or other legally protected classification. All Biddersagree to comply with the District’s non-discrimination policy and all applicable Federal and Californiaanti-discrimination laws including but not limited to the California Fair Employment & Housing Actbeginning with California Government Code §§ 12940 et seq. and California Labor Code § 1735. Inaddition, all Bidders agree to require like compliance by any Subcontractor employed by them onthe Work of the Contract.18. Bidder’s Qualifications. Each Bidder shall submit with its Bid Proposal the form of Statement ofBidder’s Qualifications, which is included within the Contract Documents. All information requiredby Statement of Bidder’s Qualifications shall be completely and fully provided. Any Bid Proposalnot accompanied by the Statement of Bidder’s Qualifications completed with all information requiredand bearing the signature of the Bidder’s duly authorized representative under penalty of perjurywill render the Bid Proposal non-responsive and rejected. If the District determines that anyinformation provided by a Bidder in the Statement of Bidder’s Qualifications is false or misleading,or is incomplete so as to be false or misleading, the District may reject the Bid Proposal submittedby such Bidder as being non-responsive.19. Job-Walk. The District will conduct a Job-Walk at the time(s) and place(s) designated in the Call forBids. The District may, in its sole and exclusive discretion, elect to conduct one or more Job-Walk(s)in addition to that set forth in the Call for Bids, in which event the District shall notify all Bidders whohave theretofore obtained the Contract Documents pursuant to the Call for Bids of any suchadditional Job-Walk. If the District elects to conduct any Job-Walk in addition to that set forth in theCall for Bids, the District shall, in its notice of any such additional Job-Walk(s), indicate whetherBidders’ attendance at such additional Job-Walk(s) is/are mandatory. If attendance at the Job Walkis indicated in the Call for Bids as being mandatory, the failure of any Bidder to have its authorizedrepresentative present at the entirety of the Job-Walk will render the Bid Proposal of such Bidder tobe non-responsive. Where the Job-Walk is mandatory, a Bidder may have more than one authorizedrepresentative and/or representatives of its Subcontractors present at the Job-Walk; provided,however that attendance by representatives of the Bidder’s Subcontractors without attendance bya representative of the Bidder shall not be sufficient to meet the Bidder’s obligations hereunder andwill render the Bid Proposal of such Bidder to be non-responsive. The District will reject the BidProposal of a Bidder who obtains the Bid and Contract Documents after the date of the MandatoryJob-Walks set forth in the Call for Bids unless a Job-Walk is requested by such Bidder and a JobLong Form; Rev. Jan. 2016Instructions for Bidders; Section 00 21 132017-12 HVACPage 11

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