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Commodity:Construction Services, Facilities renovations
Description:Roof Replacement at Fire Station 226 Located at 87 Main Street, Toronto.
BIDS ARE REQUESTED FOR: Roof Replacement at Fire Station 226 Located at 87 Main Street, Toronto.

Questions About This Tender Should Be Directed In Writing To Max Parker At E-Mail Max.Parker@Toronto.Ca. The Last Day For Questions With Respect To This Tender Is Three (3) Working Days Prior To Closing.
Call AwardCall number: 129-2019
Successful bidder
and contract amount:
Roof Replacement at Fire Station 226 Located at 87 Main Street, Toronto.
Triumph Roofing & Sheet Metal Inc
260,386.00
Date awarded:July 10, 2019
Client division:Facilities Design & Construction
Issue date:April 3, 2019Closing date:May 1, 2019
at 12:00 Noon
Revised
Notes:2 Addenda
Tender 129-2019 NOIP.pdf (196 Kbytes) - Posted on 04/03/2019 02:53:40 PM
129-2019 - Viewing Copy.pdf (2230 Kbytes) - Posted on 04/03/2019 02:59:02 PM
129-2019 - Web Attachment No. 1.pdf (3466 Kbytes) - Posted on 04/03/2019 02:59:41 PM
129-2019 - Web Attachment No. 2.pdf (1623 Kbytes) - Posted on 04/03/2019 02:59:54 PM
129-2019 - Web Attachment No. 3.pdf (6054 Kbytes) - Posted on 04/03/2019 03:00:50 PM
129-2019 - Addendum No. 1.pdf (62 Kbytes) - Posted on 04/18/2019 12:42:18 PM
129-2019 - Addendum No. 2.pdf (4482 Kbytes) - Posted on 04/24/2019 11:09:59 AM
Pre-bid meeting:Mandatory Site meeting to be held: April 9, 2019 at 10:30 AM local time

AT: Meet with the City representative at the front entrance of 87 Main Street, Toronto.
Buyer:Parker, MaxPhone number:416-397-7251
Email:Max.Parker@toronto.caLocation:City Hall, 19th Floor West Tower
Non-refundable document fee:
$100.00 + 13.00 HST = $113.00

Security deposit:

Yes

Hide details for Scope of work:Scope of work:

PART 1 – GENERAL

1.1 DESCRIPTION
.1 Roofing Contractor to provide all labour, plant, equipment, and materials necessary to perform to completion Work as described in these Contract Documents for:
.1 2019 Roof Rehabilitation Program on designated roof areas at Fire Station 226 located at 87 Main Street, Toronto, Ontario, M4E 2V6.
.2 Contract Documents to be reviewed in their entirety with all sections, including Division 1- General Requirements, to be considered interrelated and form part of this section.

1.2 EXAMINATION OF DRAWINGS, SPECIFICATIONS, AND WORKSITE
.1 Carefully examine and study, as indicated in Instructions to Bidders, all Bid Requirements together with existing site conditions and any other necessary data or conditions that may affect performance of Work in order to determine full extent of Work.

1.3 BID PRICING
.1 Provide a Stipulated Lump Sum Price on Bid Form to perform all Work described in this Summary of Work, its related technical specification sections, and as shown on drawings.
.2 Base Bid Pricing: Provide a breakdown of Stipulated Lump Sum Price as itemized and indicated on Bid Form Stipulated Price Breakdown. Price to include for all scaffolding, scissor lifts, bucket trucks, swing-stages, and all temporary safety and fall arrest required to perform specified work.
.1 Roof Replacement - Steep Slope Shingle Roof: Price to perform specified roof shingle and metal replacement work on Roof Areas 1.1, 1.2, and 1.3, including shingles at adjacent dormer walls to Section 07311 and 07614.
.1 Reuse existing rain gutters and downspouts.
.2 Abatement of Designated Substances: Price to perform abatement of existing asbestos and PCB containing materials as per Appendix 1 – Hazardous Building Materials Abatement Scope of Work.
.3 Roof Replacement - Steep Slope Shingle Roof: Price to perform specified roof shingle replacement work on Roof Area 2.1 (Tower Roof) to Section 07311.
.1 Provide new rain gutters and downspouts with new fascia work.
.4 Heritage Wall Rehabilitation – Fascia Replacement: Lump Sum Price to remove and replace all fascia wood blocking and decorative trim around Roof Area 2.1 (Tower Roof) with new wood blocking to match existing to Section 06310.
.5 Heritage Wall Rehabilitation – Soffit Replacement: Lump Sum Price to remove and replace 100 linear feet of damaged tongue and groove wood soffit boards around Roof Area 2.1 (Tower Roof) with new boards to match existing to Section 06310.
.6 Roof Replacement – Decking Replacement: Lump Sum Price to remove and replace 50 ft2 of damaged existing wood plank decking on Roof Area 2.1 (Tower Roof) with new to match existing to Section 06310.
.7 Heritage Wall Rehabilitation – Wood Painting: Lump Sum Price to prep and paint all exposed wood and window frames above concrete ledge, below Roof Area 2.1 (Tower Roof) to Section 09900.
.8 Heritage Wall Rehabilitation – Exterior Masonry Repointing: Lump Sum Price to repoint approx. 50% of existing exterior masonry joints at wall locations around Roof Area 2.1 (Tower Roof), above concrete ledge to Section 04034 and Section 04250.
.9 Heritage Wall Rehabilitation – Interior Masonry Repointing: Lump Sum Price to repoint existing interior masonry joints at East facing wall, inside Tower, at second and third floor levels to Section 04034 and Section 04250.
.10 Heritage Exterior Painting – Fascia & Soffit: Lump Sum Price to prep and paint all wood fascia, soffit, and decorative trim around building to Section 09900.
.3 Unit Pricing: Items to be performed as required and endorsed by Consultant where exposed during performance of Work or where directed on site by Consultant, and added to Contract Price.
.1 Existing Wood Plank Deck Replacement: Price to add to Contract to supply and install new wood plank decking to match existing, in size and configuration, per square foot. Replacement of new wood plank decking to be endorsed by Observer.
.2 Existing Brick Unit Replacement: Unit Price to add to or subtract from Contract for replacement of existing brick masonry unit using new matching unit and compatible mortar jointing where endorsed by Observer, per unit.
.3 Existing Wood Block Replacement: Price to add to Contract to supply and install new matching wood blocking at perimeters, walls, and curbs as required to replace damaged, wet, or deteriorated existing wood blocking, per board foot. Replacement of wood blocking to be endorsed by Observer.

1.4 OWNER OCCUPANCY
.1 Owner will occupy premises during entire construction period for execution of normal operations.
.2 Cooperate with Owner in scheduling operations to minimize conflict and to facilitate Owner usage.

1.5 CONTRACTOR USE OF PREMISES
.1 Contractor to limit use of premises for Work, for storage, and access.
.2 Coordinate use of premises under direction of Owner and Consultant.
.3 Obtain and pay for use of additional storage or work areas needed for operations under this Contract.

1.6 GENERAL SITE REQUIREMENTS
.1 Temporary Barriers, enclosures and signage will be highly enforced given use of property.
.2 Contractor to ensure safety and proper execution of public routing; ensuring temporary access to fire exists if and when they are affected as part of Work.
.3 Obtain Construction/Building Permit and sidewalk/roadway occupation permits as required by local municipality.
.4 Determine nature and extent of all site services above and below grade prior to commencement of Work.
.5 Coordination of trades will be responsibility of Contractor to ensure work is completed as soon as possible. Provide winter protection and heating as required to perform Work if required and as specified.
.6 Supply, set-up, maintain and remove scaffolding, man-lift platforms and/or swing-stages during performance of Work as required to access work areas. If scaffolding is to be used, Contractor to provide complete shop drawings bearing seal of a Professional Engineer, licensed to practice in Place of Work. Work to include review and approval of installed scaffolding by Designer. Allowance should be made for access to all elevations of building.
.7 No public access to Work area to be allowed. Ensure access to fire exits are maintained and hoarded through Work area. Pedestrian access along sidewalks must be maintained as per Owner’s requirements. No areas of access to or around building are to be restricted without approval of Owner.
.8 Install temporary protection at all locations of Work, as required to ensure safe, clean, orderly removal and disposal work, and to provide protection for all interior and exterior building components, vehicles, pedestrians and occupants.
.9 Provide temporary support to existing structural and cladding components during performance of work if required.
.10 Install temporary protection for all materials and building components, which have been exposed during demolition/removals as specified.
.11 Dispose of all materials at landfill site authorized by authorities having jurisdiction.

1.7 SITE SPECIFIC REQUIREMENTS
.1 All project site instructions and scope of work changes shall be directed by City of Toronto Project manager.
.2 No Smoking Policy: Smoking is strictly prohibited at project site; anywhere on premises and also on roof top.
.3 Truck bays: Bays are to remain accessible to building occupants at all times, and shared laneway cannot be obstructed during performance of work.
.4 Hours of Work: Specified work must be performed between 8:00 am and 6:00 pm, Monday to Friday. Include all associated costs in submitted Bid Pricing.
.5 Parking: Parking and parking access should be maintained free at all times, other than designated area for roof setup.

1.8 SUBMITTALS
.1 Submit to Consultant submittals listed below for review. Be prepared to submit with reasonable promptness and in an orderly sequence so as not to cause any delay in the Work:
.1 Written Project Schedule:
.1 Submit a detailed bar diagram schedule of Work, detailing start and completion dates for various items of work necessary to perform contract for Total Completion. Contractor’s schedule, as may be amended and agreed upon, to then become part of Contract.
.2 Health and Safety Plan:
.1 Submit for review only, Health and Safety Plan for specific worksite for Contractors and Subcontractors.
.3 Proposed method of access to site, including storage of materials and location of garbage bin.
.4 Samples of any or all specified materials if requested by Consultant, prior to start of Work.
.5 Shop drawings and product data, as specified.
.6 Inspection & Testing reports, as specified.
.7 Statutory Declaration and Certificate of Clearance, as specified.
.8 Material Safety Data Sheets, as specified.
.9 All other related documents as required by the Owner.
.10 Warranties:
.1 Provide sample copy of specified Manufacturer’s Material Warranty.
.2 Provide a sample copy of specified Contractor’s Workmanship Warranty.

1.9 PROTECTION OF ROOFS
.1 Protect existing roof systems from possible damage during performance of work required by this contract, including transportation across existing roof areas.
.2 Provide protection within area of work where materials, equipment, or heavy tools are placed on or transported across roof surface.
.3 Protection to consist of:
.1 Supply and loose lay a continuous layer of clean 6 mil polyethylene slip sheet over existing roof system. Slip sheet to be a minimum 2.44m (8’-0”) wide with minimum 457mm (1’-6”) overlaps at end joints.
.2 Supply and loose lay a continuous layer of minimum 25mm (1.0”) thick, clean extruded polystyrene insulation centered over polyethylene slip sheet.
.3 Supply and loose lay a continuous layer of minimum 13mm (0.5”) thick, clean plywood sheathing.
.4 Provide additional protection over newly installed roof sections where required for temporary storage or transportation of materials, equipment, or heavy tools.

1.10 SCOPE OF WORK: STEEP SLOPE - SHINGLE REPLACEMENT
.1 On Roof Areas 1.1 and 2.1 (Tower): Supply and install all labour, plant, equipment, and materials to install new asphalt shingle roof system over existing plank wood roof deck. New roof system to be in accordance with Section 07311 and to include, but not be limited to:
.1 Remove down to existing plank wood deck and dispose of existing asphalt shingles, underlayment, projection and perimeter flashings, and old appurtenances to an appropriate site.
.2 On Roof Area 1.1, complete removal of designated substances as per Appendix 1 – Hazardous Building Materials Abatement Scope of Work.
.3 Remove and store existing metal eave troughs and downpipes for reuse.
.4 Review surface of entire existing roof deck and soffit with Consultant to identify damaged areas requiring replacement. Consultant to be notified 48 hours prior to roof deck examination.
.5 Scrape, prep, and paint soffit, fascia, window frames and all exposed wood. Replace damaged or deteriorated wood, to match existing, and maintain heritage aspects of building.
.6 Close-in openings of existing wood plank roof deck with new material at locations where existing attic roof vents are not required in new ventilation design and where abandoned equipment is to be removed.
.7 Ridge Venting: On Roof Area 1.1, cut out or widen new continuous slot opening in roof deck along ridge lines as required to suit installation of new continuous ridge venting. Mechanically fasten new ridge venting over slot after installation of new shingle underlayment.
.8 Square Vents: On Roof Area 2.1, Cut opening into existing wood deck and install two (2) new square vents for attic air intake, at locations shown on plan.
.9 Install new self-adhered eave protection membrane along valleys, ridges, eaves, perimeters, and at roof penetrations.
.1 Use a double wide row of eave protection membrane along bottom of all eave locations.
.2 Include continuous self-adhered eave protection membrane up vertical walls around dormer locations, and seal edge around all window locations.
.1 Vertical installations to include prefinished metal J-mouldings, drip flashings and trim, and continuous sealant as required for a neat and clean finish around all door and window openings.
.2 Install continuous flat metal flashings around window areas to suit existing configuration.
.10 Over remaining roof deck areas, mechanically fasten a continuous layer of shingle underlayment using overlapping rows, installed in shingle step fashion.
.11 Install new prefinished metal flashings as indicated on detail drawings:
.1 Along all soffit locations and drip flashings along bottom of eave locations,
.2 Along all rake edge locations,
.3 Centered along all valley locations.
.12 Mechanically fasten new continuous layer of asphalt shingles neatly in parallel rows.
.1 Include installation of new asphalt shingles up vertical walls around dormer roof areas. Vertical installations to include prefinished metal J-mouldings, drip flashings and trim, and continuous sealant as required for a neat and clean finish around all door and window openings.
.13 Install new continuous prefabricated ridge vent with beads of continuous sealant where shown on drawings.
.14 Provide neat row of overlapping ridge shingles at hip and ridge locations.
.15 On Roof Area 1.1: Reuse existing metal rain gutters and downpipes. Modify and repair damaged sections and replace missing fasteners with new.
.1 Modify existing rain gutters and downspouts as required to eliminate vertical downpipe transitions emptying into existing gutters and replace end terminations with new 90 degree transitions instead.
.16 On Roof Area 2.1: Provide new metal rain gutters and downpipes to match existing in size and configuration.
.1 Modify existing rain gutters and downspout layout as required to eliminate vertical downpipe transitions emptying into gutters and replace end terminations with new 90 degree transitions instead.
.17 Install new prefinished metal flashings, hook strips, and trim at all perimeter and projection locations as indicated on detail drawings.
.1 Cover over tops of galvanized step flashings along wall and reglet locations.

1.11 SCOPE OF WORK: STEEP SLOPE - METAL ROOF REPLACEMENT
.1 On Roof Areas 1.2, and 1.3: Remove existing perimeter flashings, standing seam metal roof and old appurtenances to expose existing wood deck in preparation for installation of a new standing seam metal roof system in accordance with Section 07614.
.2 Remove down to existing plank wood deck and dispose of existing standing seam metal roof, underlayment, projection and perimeter flashings, and old appurtenances to an appropriate site.
.1 Review surface of entire existing roof deck with Consultant to identify damaged areas requiring replacement. Consultant to be notified 48 hours prior to roof deck examination.
.3 Install a continuous flat layer of 5.4mm (7/32”) cover board panels with a modified bitumen base sheet membrane, mechanically secured with fasteners and plates.
.1 Soprema Option: Install Soprasmart Board 180 with factory laminated modified bitumen base sheet membrane. Self-adhere and hot air seal all side laps and install modified bitumen base sheet cover strips over board panel end joints.
.2 Siplast or JM Option: Install 3.2mm (1/8”) asphaltic roof board composed of a mineral fortified asphaltic core formed between two fiberglass reinforcing plies and a layer of modified bitumen base sheet membrane, self-adhered.
.3 Install one ply of self-adhered modified bitumen base sheet flashings along perimeters, projections, and where indicated on detail drawings.
.4 Install new standing seam metal roof panel system, mechanically fastened, as per manufacturer’s instructions. Install new panel fasteners, colour to match existing system.
.5 Install new sealant where directed using Section 07920 as a guideline.
.1 Remove and dispose of old sealant before new sealant application.
.2 Install new sealant at exterior wall and windows locations where directed.

.6 Install new prefinished sheet metal flashings and trim with required hook strips.

1.12 SCOPE OF WORK: MISCELLANEOUS MASONRY REPAIRS (HERITAGE)
.1 Around Roof Area 2.1 (Tower): Supply all labour, materials and equipment necessary to execute miscellaneous masonry repairs as directed on site by Consultant.
.2 Masonry work to be conducted as part of roof replacement and/or repairs. Perform all masonry work prior to start of roofing work.
.3 Masonry repair work to be in accordance with Sections 04034 and 04250.
.1 Remove deteriorated, cracked, or otherwise deficient mortar joints and repoint.
.2 Reset all loose brick masonry with new mortar.
.4 Sealants at Windows & Joints:
.1 Install new sealant around the perimeter of all windows incorporated in masonry walls and all control joints in masonry walls as indicated on the drawings.

1.13 SCOPE OF WORK: WOOD SOFFIT & FASCIA BOARDS (HERITAGE)
.1 Around Roof Area 2.1 (Tower): Replace deteriorated existing wood soffit and fascia, as directed on site by Consultant to Section 06310. Ensure that Heritage aspects of building are maintained.
.1 Include in base bid, replacement of entire fascia including decorative trim.
.2 Include in base bid, replacement of 4.7m2 (50 ft2) of existing plank wood deck.
.3 Include in base bid, replacement of 30.5m (100 ft) of existing 1x3 T&G wood soffit boards.
.4 New wood profile is to exactly match existing, and all corners are to be mitre cut.
.5 Samples are to be submitted to consultant for review and approval prior to proceeding.
.6 Refer to Section 00020 – Building Photos Page.

1.14 CLEANING
.1 Perform daily and final clean-up of work area and areas surrounding site.

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