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Central Marina Improvements Phase 3
Port of Everett
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DETAILS

location:  Everett , WA-SNOHOMISH County
bid date & time:  September 05, 2018 11:00 AM (PDT)
summary:  The Central Marina Improvements Phase 3 project will further the Port’s infrastructure improvements in the northeast corner of the Central Marina. This construction project includes the following: float demolition, maintenance dredging with upland and open-water disposal (clean sediments), float realignment, new monolithic concrete float, a tub-mounted aluminum framed grated dock, activity float improvements, pile removal and pile driving, new gangways, new security gates, concrete and guardrail finishes, and electrical work throughout.
consultant: PND Engineers, Inc.
engineer's estimate:  $6,800,000.00 - $7,500,000.00

DOCUMENTS

PostedDocumentSize
July 31, 2018 CMI Ph. 3 Manual 36 MB
July 31, 2018 CMI Ph. 3 Drawings 77 MB
August 09, 2018 Pre-Bid Mtg Sign in Sheet 199 KB
August 24, 2018 Addendum No. 1 21 MB
August 27, 2018 Addendum No. 2 94 KB
August 29, 2018 Addendum No. 3 123 KB
August 31, 2018 Addendum No. 4 2 MB
September 06, 2018 MR-CM-2018-01, Bid Tab 425 KB

ANNOUNCEMENTS

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July 31, 2018
Thank you for your interest in this project! The project manual and drawings will be posted later today.
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July 31, 2018
The project manual and drawings are now available. Thanks!
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August 24, 2018
Addendum No. 1 has been posted.
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August 27, 2018
Addendum No. 2 has been posted.
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August 29, 2018
Addendum No. 3 has been posted.
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August 31, 2018
Addendum No. 4 has been posted.
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RFI BOARD

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1.
Q: Specification section 03 34 00-9 2.01 D requires 4'' deck thickness before crown. Will a 3.5'' deck before crown be acceptable with provided proof of service history utilizing 3.5'' decks?
August 06, 2018
A: Please build to design explained in the Contract Documents and Drawings.
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2.
Q: Specification section 03 34 00-15 3.05 A requires 2'' cover on rebar reinforcement. Will 1.5'' cover be aceeptable with provided examples of successful designs utilizing 1.5'' cover?
August 06, 2018
A: Please build to design explained in the Contract Documents and Drawings.
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3.
Q: The activity float appears to be a perscriptive design. Please confirm the details for the activity float shown in the bid drawings are perscriptive.
August 06, 2018
A: The activity float is to be built as specified in the Contract Documents and Drawings.
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4.
Q: PIle hoops are fully detailed on the drawings, are these intended to be prescriptive?
August 06, 2018
A: Pile hoops are to be built as specified in the Contract Documents and Drawings.
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5.
Q: Specification Section 03 3400-13 2.08 A requires 2% max absorption for EPS foam. Will it be acceptable to change the specification to 4% max absorption? Typical EPS virgin foam can test at about 2.6% max absorption. Typical float calculations are based on and take into account the 4% max absorption seen in the industry for the one pound per cubic foot EPS with 5% regrind.
August 06, 2018
A: This will be included in a forthcoming addendum.
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6.
Q: Will support floats be acceptable under sub station frames or must they be cantelevered?
August 08, 2018
A: Please note the substation frames shall be cantilevered as shown in the Drawings, sheet F1.04 Detail B, this is to prevent draft grounding.
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7.
Q: Are there any domestic or Buy America requirements for this project?
August 15, 2018
A: There are no Buy America requirements for this project. Please reference Section 00 73 10 for additional information.
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8.
Q: ASTM A325 bolts are specified in section 03 34 00 2.04.D. Would ASTM A449 bolts be an allowable alternative?
August 21, 2018
A: Replacing A325 bolts with A449 bolts in the concrete float system is acceptable as an Alternative. The fabricator is responsible for following the Alternatives process in the Contract Documents and the design of the concrete float system, including the adequacy of the bolted connections. For mounting of external appurtenances to concrete floats, provide bolts in accordance with manufacturer’s requirements.
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9.
Q: In the project manual, spec section 05 65 00-Security Gates, references section 08 80 00-Glazing. There isn't a spec section for the glazing. Could you please provide the 08 80 00-Glazing spec?
August 21, 2018
A: Please disregard and delete the reference to Section 08 80 00-Glazing within Section 05 65 00-Security Gates. Section 08 80 00 Glazing is not included in this project.
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10.
Q: What is the deflection criteria for the 80' Aluminum Gangways? L/240? L/360?
August 21, 2018
A: The gangway deflection should be limited to L/360.
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11.
Q: Is it anticipated that there will be any modification to the existing feeder raceway and/or wiring from DP-CM4 to the existing Unit Substation K?
August 21, 2018
A: Existing wiring/chases/raceways may be re-used. Adjustments or relocation of K-dock feeder (particularly below gangway) to accommodate new feeders are part of this scope of work.
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12.
Q: Section 05 51 36 Gangways 2.01 D requires fiberglass grating per the drawings and item 1 under that says minimum 43% open area is required. Drawing sheet S1.05 80 foot Aluminum Gangway Performance Criteria notes 3.7 Deck Specifies Duragrid I-4000 deck by Strongwell that is only 40% open. Which amount of open space is correct?
August 22, 2018
A: Section 05 51 36 Gangways 2.01 D, Item 1 shall read “Open area of grating shall be at least 40%.” Formal change will be provided in forthcoming Addendum #1.
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13.
Q: Spec. section 03 34 00, 2.02 B1 specifies type II cement. We request that type III be allowed as long as C3A content is below 8%.
August 22, 2018
A: Specification Section 03 34 00, 2.02 B. 1, can be amended to include “Type III cement is allowed with C3A content below 8%.” Change will be reflected in forthcoming Addendum #1.
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14.
Q: Spec. section 03 34 00, 2.02 C addresses fiber type and relevant ASTM. However, there is no mandate to use fiber. We would like confirmation that fiber is not required. This would add significant cost to the floats, and seems unnecessary given that the float walls have ample cover, reinforcement is coated and the specified concrete requirements are for high-performance/low durability.
August 22, 2018
A: Specification Section 03 34 00, 2.02 C will be amended to state the use of fiber is optional. Addition will be reflected in forthcoming Addendum #1.
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15.
Q: Spec. section 03 34 00, 2.02 B3 specifies pulverized flyash at 5% dosage. There is no ASTM specified, and we are not sure what pulverized flyash is. We request that standard type F flyash be allowed as an alternate, per ASTM C618. Typical dosage is 15% +/- 5%.
August 22, 2018
A: Specification Section 03 34 00, 2.02 B. 3 shall be amended to read: “Standard type F Flyash shall be allowed per ASTM C618 at a dosage of not less than 5% by weight of the cement.” This change will be reflected in forthcoming Addendum #1.
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16.
Q: Spec. section 03 34 00, 3.02A and 3.03C list tolerances of 1/8" on forms and foam placement. These tolerances are not realistic. We request that PCI tolerances be allowed for a box girder or similar type precast component as long as it does not compromise functionality or target freeboard.
August 22, 2018
A: Please build per the tolerance stated in the Contract Documents, that being 1/8”.
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17.
Q: Please provide a cut sheet for the pole that supports the type S15 pole mounted luminaire
August 23, 2018
A: To avoid inadvertent confusion, the Port will not provide a requested cut sheet. However, the exact catalog number is provided for the luminaire (1SASTS2-40L4K120-WH-WSI-M-TDP ETOKIM016999-STS-P35-GLASS LENS ASSEMBLY), and pole (Kim #1600404065HA/40RPT-KIM WH). This is an exact match to the poles and luminaires currently on the Port’s Central I-Dock.
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18.
Q: Detail A on Drawing F3.02 calls for Foam Flotation Billets to be placed on top of the concrete floats for the construction of the Activity Float. Please clarify whether or not these foam flotation billets are to be encapsulated or not? Are they to be Roto Poly Tubs? Please Clarify.
August 23, 2018
A: The foam billets are to be expanded polystyrene foam billets, as specified in Section 03 34 00, part 2.08, EXPANDED POLYSTYRENE CORE FOAM. The billets are not planned to be coated, and are encapsulated by the wire mesh around the perimeter of each section of foam.
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19.
Q: Please confirm that the Panel 4Q-R is existing to remain. The feeder is shown existing to be relocated, but the panel is not identified as existing / new.
August 23, 2018
A: Confirming – Panel 4Q-R is existing to remain.
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20.
Q: Since the re-work and/or relocation of the existing Substation K feeder (addressed in RFI question & answer #11) is not indicated in the bid documentation, should the costs for this work be included in bid item A-13?
August 23, 2018
A: Yes, costs for this work are to be included in bid item A-13.
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21.
Q: Paragraph 1.02 of Section 01 45 00 - Quality Control, states that the Contractor Quality Control Manager cannot be responsible for directly performing, supervising, or progressing the work or have responsibilities for this Contract that conflict or appear to conflict with his primary responsibility for quality matters. Please clarify whether or not the Project Superintendent / On Site Manager can also perform the duties of the CQM for this contract. Please clarify if it is the owner's intent to have a CQM on site at all times separate from the project superintendent. Contractor Quality Control programs are often managed by the superintendent on similar size and type projects. Please advise.
August 23, 2018
A: The Contractor Quality Manager (CQM) role may be undertaken by the CONTRACTOR’s Project Superintendent or On site Manager. Further clarification will be provided in forthcoming Addendum #1.
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Q: Specification 03 34 00, 2.02 B1 requires type II cement, will Type IL15 cement that meets ASTM C595 and ASHTO M240 for blended hydraulic cement be acceptable.
August 24, 2018
A: Regarding this inquiry, please follow the Contract Document specifications.
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23.
Q: On sheet E0.4, flag note 6 indicates that the FAI should be connected to Unit Substation KC; however, the FAI is also shown being fed from DISC-LC. Is the intent that there will be (2) FAIs - one at the head of L dock gangway and one at the Unit Substation KC? If not, FA device wiring will somehow need to be installed to devices on L dock from the FAI at Unit Sub KC.
August 24, 2018
A: Please provide two (2) FAI’s; mount these adjacent to the nearest security junction box enclosure(s).
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24.
Q: Section 02 45 00 Driven Piles | Part 2 | Section 2.01 | A | Item 1. states that the yield strength has a 60 ksi min yield. 60 ksi min yield piles are not readily available and need to be special ordered from a mill rolling. The quantities specified per pile size do not meet the minimum tonnage requirements to warrant a mill rolling. Would it ASTM A252 gr.3 w/ 50 ksi min yield be acceptable for use on the project? 50 ksi min yield piles are readily available.
August 24, 2018
A: The Port will accept 50 ksi minimum yield for this request.
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25.
Q: Section 02 45 00 Driven Piles | Part 2 | Section 2.01 | A | Item 1. states that the Spiralweld pipe is not allowed. 18" OD x .500" and 24" OD x .500" Spiralweld Pipe is being used on Port of Everett South Terminal Wharf / Electrical Upgrade Ph.2. project which is currently being installed in 2018 in water work window Would 18" OD x .500" spiralweld pipe be allowed for use on this project? Allowing Spiralweld pipe on 18" piling would provide more options to the owner for cost effectiveness.
August 24, 2018
A: Please note, spiral weld pipe is not acceptable to the Port for this individual project.
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26.
Q: Dwg No. F1.07 Float Pile Schedule Would 12.75" OD x .525" wall be an acceptable alternate to 12.75" OD x .500" Steel pipe piles?
August 24, 2018
A: Yes, steel piles at 12.75” OD x .525” wall would be an acceptable alternate to 12.75” OD x .5” size.
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27.
Q: Is there a possibility to move the bid date one week?
August 24, 2018
A: The bid date will be moved to September 4, 2018 - 2:00 PM. This change will be reflected in a forthcoming Addendum #1.
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28.
Q: Per Section 01 22 19, Measurement & Payment Item B-5 is to include the furnish and installation of Cleats on L Dock. Drawing F1.03 does not identify cleats on on the L Dock Plan. Please clarify size, quantity and spacing of the required cleats on L Dock.
August 24, 2018
A: Please delete “cleats” from this item in Measurement and Payment. L-Dock has a bull rail, with no cleats. Revision via addendum coming shortly.
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29.
Q: Item D-2.3 in Section 01 22 19 - Measurement and Payment, states that payment for dredging and upland dredged material placement will constitute compensation for water quality monitoring. Please clarify whether or not owner will be performing all Water Quality Monitoring on the project.
August 24, 2018
A: The Port will be conducting the actual water quality monitoring activities. However, the Contractor is required to maintain permit compliance associated with that monitoring requirement – such as implementing mitigation measures in light of high water sample readings. Clarification to be provided for this Measurement and Payment section coming in Addendum #1.
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30.
Q: In previous RFI answers from the Port, we are anticipating an addendum to be released. When can we expect this addendum and will it extend the bid date?
August 24, 2018
A: Addendum No. 1 has been posted.
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31.
Q: Can you move the bid date to September 5th so it is not the day after Labor Day Holiday weekend instead of the 4th?
August 24, 2018
A: The bid date has been moved to September 5, 2018 - 11:00 AM. Please see Addendum No. 1.
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32.
Q: In addendum #1, PART V – TECHNICAL SPECIFICATIONS, # 12 Section 13 70 00 states “replace with the revised Section 13 70 00 – Security Controls, as attached”. I was unable to find section. Can you provide section?
August 28, 2018
A: Please see Addendum No. 2.
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33.
Q: According to the grating suppliers, 2"x 2" mesh grating is not available in 1-1/8" thickness as specified in 06 61 00 2.03. 2"x 2" mesh grating is only available in 2-1/8" thick material. For 1-1/8" thick material, grating size would be 1-1/2" x 1-1/2". Please specify which grating is acceptable, 1-1/8" thick with 1-1/2" x 1-1/2" grating openings or 2-1/8" thick with 2" x 2" grating openings.
August 28, 2018
A: Section 06 61 00, 2.03 J. shall be changed to read – Mesh Configuration of grating: 1-1/2”x 1-1/2” with a tolerance of plus or minus 1/16” centerline to centerline.
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34.
Q: The last word in the RFI Board submission dated August 20, 2018 @ 12:23 PM was intended to be "permeability" not "durability". It is in reference to specification 03 34 00, 2.02C.
August 28, 2018
A: Thank you for the follow-up, the Port interpreted the original question with your clarification in mind.
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35.
Q: There are float tied up to P-Dock. Will they be gone at the time of demolition?
August 29, 2018
A: Yes, those small work floats (not shown on the project drawings) will be removed prior to Contractor demolition.
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36.
Q: Will Additive Bid 1, 2 and 3 be awarded at the same time as the base bid?
August 29, 2018
A: Please reference Section 00 41 00 – Bid Form – Paragraph 6, for this item. If awarded, the additive would be awarded with he base bid.
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37.
Q: Can these surveys be performed under the direction/supervision of an ACSM Certified Hydrographer instead of being performed by CONTRACTOR shall have pre- and post-dredge surveys performed by an American Congress on Survey & Mapping Certified Hydrographer or a Professional ENGINEER registered in the State of Washington with hydrographic survey experience or a Professional Land Surveyor registered in the State of Washington with hydrographic survey experience.
August 31, 2018
A: Surveys shall be performed as described in the specification.
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38.
Q: Does the Upland dredged material placement site require a pre and post survey? Can you provide coordinates or a Google KMZ file for the site
August 31, 2018
A: No pre or post survey is required. The material shall be disposed of at the LaFarge transloading facility as described in the specifications.
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39.
Q: Can we make the assumption that if additive #3 is selected it will commence immediate after the additive #1 dredging activity is complete?
August 31, 2018
A: Per the Port of Everett Marina maintenance dredging sequence technical memorandum by Windward Environmental, Dated July 2, 2018, the contractor must follow the sequence procedure outlined in the memo. Note: according to the sequencing memorandum, additive bid #3 dredging would not immediately follow additive bid #1 dredging, however, it would be integrated into the sequence of Dredge Material Management Units identified within additive bid #1. Note, the dredge sequence must be approved by the permitting agencies prior to dredging.
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40.
Q: Can the progress surveys once accepted be used for the final as-built survey or does the whole area need to be resurveyed?
August 31, 2018
A: We will accept it in sections based on progress surveys, or a final as-built survey as described in the specifications.
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41.
Q: Can we make the assumption that if additive #1 is selected that it will commence immediate after the base bid dredging activity is complete?
August 31, 2018
A: The contractor will comply with permit and agency approval dictated requirements, including pre-dredged meetings, plan submittals and pre-approvals. Per the Port of Everett Marina maintenance dredging sequence technical memorandum by Windward Environmental, Dated July 2, 2018, the contractor must follow the sequence procedure outlined in the memo, which are subject to review and approval prior to dredging. For assumption purposes, we expect the agencies to prefer the base bid dredge area to be dredged first. Note: contractor must also follow the surveying and quality control requirements of the Port and permitting agencies.
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42.
Q: Where are relocated floats OO and PP to be relocated?
August 31, 2018
A: Floats OO and PP shall be disconnected, removed and stored upland in an area adjacent to North Marina near the Marina Maintenance/Travel Lift area.
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43.
Q: Where are P-Dock Access floats and piles to be removed and stored?
September 04, 2018
A: The P-Dock access floats and piles will be removed and stored per Port's direction, generally within a two-mile area of the project location.
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44.
Q: On plan sheet F1.02 there is a note stating “HDPE LADDER, FURNISHED, TYP. BY PORT, CONTRACTOR TO INSTALL”. Section 01 22 19, Paragraph L, states “furnish and install the dock appurtenances such as fire extinguishers, life rings and cabinets, overboard ladders”. Are we to furnish the ladders or will they be provided by the owner?
September 04, 2018
A: Please reference Section 01 10 00 – Summary of Work – 1.06 regarding the Owner furnished element for the ladders. Also please reference the applicable project drawings in tallying up the total dock ladders needed for the project. Contractor is responsible to furnish the balance of the total need.
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45.
Q: On the fire alarm: 1) Is there a specific method or equipment specified for the wireless transmission of the fire alarm signals? 2) It looks like buildings may get in the way of a line of sight system. Do we need to be concerned with that at this time?
September 04, 2018
A: Thank you for the inquiry; regarding this topic please move forward and bid as shown in the Contract Documents.
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