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DESIGN-BUILD CONSTRUCTION SERVICES FOR “ORCHID VILLAS” APARTMENT BUILDING
SCOPE OF WORK
The Contractor (“Design-Builder”) shall furnish all labor, materials, equipment, transportation and services to design-build the restoration of an existing 40-unit three-story apartment building with sublevel parking (of 38,105 square feet, approximately) located at: 1753 Orchid Ave. Hollywood, CA 90028 (“The Building”).
The “Design-Build”, which means a process in which the design, permitting and construction of this project originated from one entity, must be in sufficient details to make fully functional a building that requires four (4) ADA mobility compliant unit modifications with ADA-compliant appliances, fixtures, & finishes, an ADA compliant path of travel from sidewalk to lobby, an ADA wheelchair lift installed at the entry, including two (2) units with audio/visual features. The Design-Builder shall furnish a “turn-key” finished product in a state representative of the building’s original finish and details and be compliant with code requirements that are a result of the aforementioned goals as well as all other codes applicable to this project. Submissions for this project will need to be bid at State Prevailing wage.
(a) THE DESIGN PHASE
The Design-Builder shall furnish a set of design and construction documents (“The Plans”) that are in sufficient details to fully illustrate the manner of the Design-Build, are capable of obtaining “Permits” with the Los Angeles Department of Building and Safety (“LADBS”), and are constructible to a state that is fully functional and livable. The design phase services required at a minimum are listed below.
(1) The conversion of the four (4) identified ADA compliant mobility units will consist of repairs, refinishes and/or replacements of fixtures, finishes, systems and parts that are non-functional, missing, damaged, or not code compliant;
(2) Prepare As-Built documentation sufficient for base drawings with all A/E consultants under the design phase;
(3) Design of repairs. See architectural as-builts of the building, attached hereto and incorporated herein as Attachment No. 1;
(4) Furnish Plans, including: (a) Site Plan; (b) Demolition Plan; (c) Floor Plans; (d) Exterior/Interior Elevations; and (e); Mechanical, Electrical, and Plumbing Plans;
(5) Mechanical engineering consists of ventilation for the converted bathrooms & kitchens;
(6) Plumbing engineering consists of: (a) Replacing existing fixtures with ADA- compliant fixtures; (b) Altering existing copper water piping as needed; and (c) Replacing and/or install new fixture branches, traps, water and shut-off valves, bends and flanges;
(7) Preparations of Specifications for principal materials and processes;
(8) Meeting with the Owner as needed to coordinate and review the project; and
(9) Submittals to LADBS for plan check and completion of any plan check corrections.
From the Commencement Date, the Design-Builder shall have two (2) weeks to present the Owner with a review set of Plans consisting of, and not be limited to: Floor Plans; Elevations; and Mechanical, Plumbing, and Electrical Plans. After the review and written approval of the drawings by the Owner, the Contractor shall immediately pursue over the counter “Express Permits” from the LADBS.
NOTE: The Design-Builder is fully responsible for investigating and coordinating all utility services and requirements for the building and that all building explorations may be conducted at the pre-bid meeting.
(b) THE PERMITTING PHASE
The Design-Builder is responsible for applying (and paying for) and obtaining allapplicable local, state and federal permits. Permits required at a minimum are listed below.
(1) Application for Building Permit and Certificate of Occupancy;
(2) Application for HVAC Plan Check and Inspection;
(3) Application for Electrical Plan Check and Inspection;
(4) Application for Plumbing Plan Check and Inspection; and
(5) Applicable local, state and federal permits.
NOTE: The Design-Builder is encouraged to apply for “Express Permits” with the LADBS whenever possible in order to expedite the project completion period under the construction phase of 45calendar days, of which Phase 1 will need to be completed within the first 30 calendar days.
(c) THE CONTRUCTION PHASE 1
The Design-Builder shall furnish whatever means necessary to construct the conversion of the units in accordance to the approved Plans within a thirty (30) calendar day period of the date of the permits. The construction phase services required at a minimum are listed below.
(1) Unit conversion consists of repairs, refinishes and/or replacements of building systems and/or parts that are non-conforming to current ADA requirements, non-functional, missing, antiquated, and/or damaged. These consist of: (a) Kitchens - cabinetry, countertops, hardware, backsplashes, ADA-compliant appliances, sinks & faucets, vent hoods, and water heaters, if necessary; (b) Bathrooms - cabinetry, countertops , vanity mirrors, ADA-compliant bathtubs/showers, and ADA-compliant & low-flow flush toilets, sinks, and faucets; (c) All types of flooring – vinyl plank flooring (& substrates) and baseboard,, and resilient tile sealed and waxed; (d) Passage and closet doors and hardware; (e) Insulate all ceilings, exterior walls and parti-walls; and (f) Drywall and paint walls and ceiling;
(2) Exterior restoration consists of repairs, refinishes and/or replacements of building systems and/or parts that are non-conforming to current ADA requirements, non-functional, missing, antiquated, and/or damaged. These
consist of: (a) ADA-compliant wheelchair ramp from sidewalk to entry;
(3) Plumbing restoration consists of: (a) Replacing fixtures in their new locations; (b) Repairing/install new water supply lines, as necessary; and (c) Replacing and/or install new fixture branches, traps, water and shut-off valves, bends and flanges; as necessary
(d) THE CONTRUCTION PHASE 2
(1) Lobby - installation of ADA-compliant ascension wheelchair lift at entry
(2) Path of Travel-Install an ADA compliant ramp at building entry to address the path of travel from the curb to the lift in accordance with The United Federal Accessibility Standards (UFAS) and Section 504 of the Rehabilitation Act of 1973.
NOTE: The Design-Builder shall certify to the Owner that the Design-Build has been completed in substantial accordance with permitting agency requirements at the end of the project and that all parts of the Building are fully functional. All work is to be completed in accordance with The United Federal Accessibility Standards (UFAS) and Section 504 of the Rehabilitation Act of 1973; and as specified in the IFB bid documents.