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Commodity:Construction Services, Construction Services
Description:Rooftop Glazing Replacement, Exterior Window Replacement and Rehabilitation @ Disco Rd Transfer Station
Tenders are invited for Rooftop Glazing Replacement, Exterior Window Replacement & Rehabilitation at the Disco Road Transfer Station
Call AwardCall number: 56-2019
Successful bidder
and contract amount:
Duron Ontario Ltd.
$1,132,350.00
Contract number:6048873
Date awarded:May 16, 2019
Client division:- Choose one -
Issue date:February 6, 2019Closing date:March 14, 2019
at 12:00 Noon
Notes:1 Addendum
Notice of Intended Procurement.pdf (58 Kbytes) - Posted on 02/06/2019 02:24:54 PM
Tender 56-2019 Viewing Copy1.pdf (9393 Kbytes) - Posted on 02/06/2019 02:32:31 PM
Addendum 1 -Tender No 56-2019 Final.pdf (127 Kbytes) - Posted on 03/11/2019 02:46:55 PM
Pre-bid meeting:Mandatory Site Meeting

Bidders are required to attend the following Mandatory Site Meeting to ascertain the amount of work involved.

The Mandatory Site Meeting will take place on February 13, 2019 @ 10:00 a.m. at the Disco Rd. Transfer Station located at 120 Disco Rd., Toronto. Meet with the City representative at the Administration Offices, 3rd Floor.

Note: Hard hats, high visibility vests or clothing and safety boots are mandatory.
Buyer:Morgan, Mary AnnPhone number:416-338-5582
Email:MaryAnn.Morgan@toronto.caLocation:City Hall, 17th 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:

Scope of work includes, but is not limited to, the following:
.2 Provide all safety requirements and protection necessary or as required by local by-laws and governing authorities, including but not limited to: temporary fence barriers (i.e., Insta-fence), guardrails, overhead protection, sidewalk or curb protection, warning notices and temporary interior floor coverings. Perform this work in accordance with Section 01 11 50.
.3 Provide access, including elevated work platforms, ladders and scaffolding as required to examine and perform the specified work. Perform this work in accordance with Section 01 11 50.
.4 Perform asbestos abatement and mould remediation as specified in Section 02 82 00, Summary of Hazardous Material Abatement.
.5 Prepare and submit to the Consultant and Owner for review, shop drawings, samples, product data and detailed manufacturer’s written installation instructions for the replacement windows, fire rated curtain wall window, and sloped glazing assembly.
.6 Perform the following preparation work:
.1 Perform a preconstruction review with the Consultant of all Work Areas and Work access areas to record the condition of the building and site components which are to remain. Document with dated digital photographs and notify the Consultant in writing of any existing damage caused by others.
.2 Provide and maintain suitable protection for existing interior finishes within the Administration Offices. Remove protection when work is complete within each work area or as otherwise directed by the Consultant.
.7 Provide the following mock-ups for review by the Owner and Consultant:
.1 Perform complete window rehabilitation, including, sealant replacement, perimeter frame insulating, frame painting, and operable awning window replacement at one (1) W1 Window Type location.
.2 Perform complete window rehabilitation, including, sealant replacement, perimeter frame insulating, frame painting, IGU replacement, metal panel replacement at one (1) W14 Window Type location.
.3 Perform one (1) spandrel panel rehabilitation at the W6 Window Type location.
.4 Perform glass block replacement and repointing work at one (1) W21 Window Type location.
.5 Perform one full size module mock-up of the complete fire rated curtain wall replacement (Window Type W11), including all typical components and typical connections. Curtain wall installation to be complete, if applicable, installation of fireproofing, all millwork, extruded aluminum sills, capping and flashings, application of sealants, insulation, gypsum board repairs and painting.
.6 Perform one full size module mock-up of the complete sloped glazing assembly replacement (SG1), including all typical components and typical connections. Sloped glazing assembly installation to be complete, including underlying drainage membrane and sheathing and structural steel framing and bracket connections if applicable, curtain wall, sheet metal roofing and flashing, glazing, and application of sealants.
.7 Mock-ups will serve for initial review and testing purposes by the Owner and Consultant. The mock-ups shall represent the minimum standard for work when accepted by the Owner and Consultant. Mock-up may remain as part of the Work if accepted. All damage to mock-up during the Work, including damage caused by testing shall be repaired to meet the project specifications as directed by the Consultant.
.8 Perform the following window rehabilitation and replacement work at all W1 to W4 Window Type locations at the Landfill Gas Vent building:
.1 Remove and dispose of all the existing operable awning window components, including sealants and backing, as required to provide a suitable opening for new operable awning windows as specified and as indicated on the reviewed shop drawings in accordance with Section 02 41 00.
.2 Remove and dispose of existing sealant and backing material at all interior and exterior window frame perimeter joints, window frame to frame joints, window frame to louvre joints, louvre frame to frame joints in accordance with Section 02 41 00.
.3 Provide spray applied polyurethane (SPF) insulation in rough opening space between main window framing and substrate in accordance with Section 07 21 00. Foam shall extend from the interior to the location of the exterior backer rod and must completely fill the rough opening between the window and surrounding construction. Multi-passes may be necessary to ensure adequate fill.
.4 Clean all interior surfaces of the existing window frames and louvres.
.5 Prepare all exterior surfaces of all existing window frames to receive new paint in accordance with Section 09 91 00.
.6 Apply primer and paint coating to all exterior surfaces of all existing window frames in accordance with Section 09 91 00.
.7 Supply, fabricate and install new operable awning window as specified in Section 08 51 90, as indicated on Drawings and the reviewed shop drawings.
.8 Remove and dispose of all existing insulated glass units from the transom of Window Type W4, including glazing tapes, sealants and backing, as required to provide a suitable opening for installation of new insulated glass units and in accordance with Section 02 41 00.
.9 Provide new sealed insulated glass units in the transom of Window Type W4, complete with new glazing tape and splines in accordance with Section 08 80 00. Confirm site measurements of all insulated glass units prior to fabrication.
.10 Provide new sealants and backing material at all interior and exterior window frame perimeter joints, window frame to frame joints, window frame to louvre joints, louvre frame to frame joints in accordance with Section 07 92 00. Ensure all existing drainage / weep holes are maintained.
.11 Clean and polish interior and exterior surfaces of glass after installation to the satisfaction of the Consultant and Owner, with a commercial glass cleaner or water and household hand dishwashing detergent solution.
.9 Perform the following window rehabilitation and replacement work at all W5 to W10, and W12 to W22 Window Type locations at the Administration Building and Transfer Station:
.1 Remove, store for reuse and reinstall the exterior cages within the Household Hazardous Waste Depot to permit window rehabilitation and replacement work.
.2 Remove and dispose of existing sealant and backing material at the all interior and exterior window frame perimeter joints, window frame to frame joints, window frame to louvre joints, louvre frame to frame joints in accordance with Section 02 41 00.
.3 Perform the following work on all interior structural steel framing at window Type W21 and W22 locations:
.1 Clean all interior surfaces of the all interior structural steel framing.
.2 Examine the structural steel and bracket connections. Identify areas of corrosion and damage. Subsequently verify with the Consultant those areas which are to be repaired and mark out the areas as directed by the Consultant.
.3 Provisional: Perform repairs to the structural steel framing and brackets as directed by the Consultant.
.4 Provisional: Prepare surfaces, prime and paint all repaired structural steel framing and brackets in accordance with Section 09 91 00.
.4 Provide spray applied polyurethane (SPF) insulation in rough opening space between main window framing and substrate in accordance with Section 07 21 00. Foam shall extend from the interior to the location of the exterior backer rod and must completely fill the rough opening between the window and surrounding construction. Multi-passes may be necessary to ensure adequate fill.
.5 Clean all interior surfaces of the existing window frames and louvres.
.6 Prepare all exterior surfaces of all existing window frames to receive new paint in accordance with Section 09 91 00.
.7 Apply primer and paint coating to all exterior surfaces of all existing window frames in accordance with Section 09 91 00.
.8 Remove and dispose of all existing insulated glass units, including glazing tapes, sealants and backing, as required to provide a suitable opening for installation of new insulated glass units and in accordance with Section 02 41 00.
.9 Remove and dispose of all existing metal panels, including glazing tapes, sealants and backing, as required to provide a suitable opening for installation of new insulated metal panels and in accordance with Section 02 41 00.
.10 Provide new insulated glass units and metal panels, complete with new glazing tape and splines in accordance with Section 08 80 00. Provide new aluminum glass stops and glazing splines at fixed glazed window locations on Window Types W21 and W22. Confirm site measurements of all insulated glass units and metal panels prior to fabrication.
.11 Perform the following repairs to the spandrel glass areas:
.1 Remove, protect with suitable covering and store for re-use the existing spandrel glass lite. Clean the existing spandrel glass lite and all glazing rebate surfaces.
.2 Remove and dispose of the thermal insulation in the back-pan in accordance with Section 02 41 00.
.3 Remove and replace all sealants at joints in the back-pan and joints between the back-pan and the window framing in accordance with Section 07 92 00.
.4 Provide new 50 mm thick semi-rigid mineral wool insulation in accordance with Section 07 21 00.
.5 Reinstall existing spandrel glass lite, complete with new glazing tape and splines in accordance with Section 08 80 00.
.6 Provisional: Replace the spandrel glass lite if damaged where directed by the Consultant, in accordance with Section 08 80 00.
.12 Provide new sealants and backing material at all interior and exterior window frame perimeter joints, window frame to frame joints, window frame to louvre joints, louvre frame to frame joints in accordance with Section 07 92 00. Ensure all existing drainage / weep holes are maintained.
.13 Clean and polish interior and exterior surfaces of glass after installation to the satisfaction of the Consultant and Owner, with a commercial glass cleaner or water and household hand dishwashing detergent solution.
.10 Perform the following glass block replacement and re-pointing work at all W21 and W22 Window Type locations at the Tipping Floor of the Transfer Station:
.1 Examine the glass block walls in order to establish areas and quantities of re-pointing, and individual block replacement. Subsequently verify with the Consultant those areas which are to be repaired and mark out the areas as directed by the Consultant.
.2 Remove and dispose of the damaged glass block units where directed by the Consultant in accordance with Section 02 41 00. This work shall be performed on an approved unit price basis.
.3 Re-point cracked and deteriorated mortar joints where directed by the Consultant in accordance with Section 04 23 90. This work shall be performed on an approved unit price basis.
.11 Perform the following fire rated curtain wall replacement work at W11 Window Type location at the Administration Building:
.1 Remove and dispose of the existing window components, including sills, sealants and backing, as required to provide a suitable opening for installation of all flashings and new window as specified and as indicated on the reviewed shop drawings in accordance with Section 02 41 00.
.2 Remove and dispose of the existing fireproofing on the structural steel beam as required to install and secure the new fire rated aluminum curtain wall window in accordance with Section 02 41 00
.3 Do NOT remove existing window unless the replacement unit is on site and the complete replacement can be completed during the same work day.
.4 Ensure continuity of vapour retarder and air barrier is maintained around the rough window opening. Repair existing vapour retarder as required and as directed by the Consultant.
.5 Provide continuous aluminum angle and self-adhering membrane along the entire sill of window. Turn up the jambs a minimum of 50 mm and over the continuous aluminum angle.
.6 Do NOT leave an unprotected wall opening unattended at any time.
.7 Provide new prefinished extruded aluminum sills complete with end dams as specified in Section 08 44 20 at all window locations.
.8 Supply, fabricate and install new 60-minute fire-rated aluminum curtain wall window as specified in Section 08 44 20 and as indicated on Drawings and the reviewed shop drawings.
.9 Provide new fireproofing where existing was removed on existing structural steel beam in accordance with Section 07 81 00. Perform this work as directed by the Consultant on the approved Unit Price basis.
.10 Provide mineral wool batt insulation in rough opening space between window and substrate in accordance with Section 07 21 00 and as indicated on Drawings.
.11 Repair damage to existing interior finishes around window opening caused by work of this project up to 300 mm out from the windows. Repair to include damage to interior finish from the installation of strap anchors (if required). Repair gypsum board and plaster finishes in accordance with Section 09 21 00. Prepare surfaces, prime and paint interior finish repairs in accordance with Section 09 91 00.
.12 Provide new sealants and backing for a continuous exterior watertight seal around the new fire-rated aluminum curtain wall window, including extruded sill in accordance with Section 07 92 00. Provide weep holes at underside of extruded sills to permit drainage.
.13 Provide continuous interior airtight seal around the window in accordance with Section 07 92 00.
.14 Provide sealed insulating glass units in the fixed glazed sections of the new window units in accordance with Section 08 80 00.
.15 Provide insulated metal panels in the fixed glazed sections of the new window units where indicated on Drawings and in accordance with Section 08 80 00.
.16 Provide glazed spandrel, complete with insulated, vented and drained galvanized metal back pans where indicated on Drawings and in accordance with Section 08 80 00. Provide 64 mm semi rigid mineral wool insulation within the back pan in accordance with Section 07 21 00.
.17 Provide prefinished sheet metal flashing, complete continuous cleats, at transitions to adjacent metal cladding and cap flashing along the top of the parapet wall as indicated on Drawings and in accordance with Section 07 62 00.
.18 Provide new sealants and backing for a continuous exterior watertight seal around new window, including extruded sill in accordance with Section 07 92 00. Provide weep holes at underside of extruded sills to permit drainage.
.19 Clean and polish interior and exterior surfaces of glass after installation to the satisfaction of the Consultant and Owner, with a commercial glass cleaner or water and household hand dishwashing detergent solution.
.12 Perform the following replacement work at SG1 Sloped Glazing system replacement at the Transfer Station:
.1 Provide temporary weatherproof enclosure. The temporary enclosure to be complete from lower roof level to upper roof level for the entire length of the sloped glazing system. Provide minimum 3.0 metre space beyond the base of the sloped glazing system and beyond the upper roof parapet wall. Perform this work in accordance with Section 01 11 50
.2 Provide safety / debris netting on the interior below the sloped glazing system. Suspend the netting from the existing structure. Perform this work in accordance with Section 01 11 50.
.3 Coordinate with the Consultant the closure of chute areas below the sloped glazing area. Provide temporary fencing to close-off tipping floor area below the active work area.
.4 Remove and dispose of the existing sloped glazing system, including plastic glazing panels, framing members, flashings, sealants and backing, as required to provide a suitable opening for installation of all new flashings and sloped glazing system as specified and as indicated on the reviewed shop drawings in accordance with Section 02 41 00.
.5 Remove and dispose of the existing metal siding and related sheet metal flashings and underlying drainage membrane located at the head of the sloped glazing system in accordance with Section 02 41 00.
.6 Review the condition of the sheathing.
.7 Perform the following work on all interior structural steel framing:
.1 Clean all interior surfaces of the all interior structural steel framing.
.2 Examine the structural steel and bracket connections. Identify areas of corrosion and damage. Subsequently verify with the Consultant those areas which are to be repaired and mark out the areas as directed by the Consultant. Allow time for the Consultant to review and develop the scope of repair work.
.3 Provisional: Perform repairs to the structural steel framing and brackets as directed by the Consultant. This repair work will be performed under a Cash Allowance.
.4 Prepare surfaces, prime and paint all exposed structural steel framing and brackets in accordance with Section 09 91 00.
.8 Provisional: Remove and dispose of the sheathing in accordance with Section 02 41 00. Provide new metal decking in accordance with Section 05 31 00. Provide new gypsum board sheathing in accordance with Section 07 61 00.
.9 Provide new continuous wood shims and plywood sheathing as indicated on Drawings and in accordance with Section 06 10 00.
.10 Supply, fabricate and install new sloped glazing system as specified in Section 08 44 33 as indicated on Drawings and the reviewed shop drawings.
.11 Provide new sheet metal roofing complete with self-adhering membrane underlayment at the head of the sloped glazing system in accordance with Section 07 61 00.
.12 Provide prefinished sheet metal flashing, complete continuous cleats, at transitions to adjacent metal cladding and cap flashing along the top of the parapet wall as indicated on Drawings and in accordance with Section 07 62 00.
.13 Provide new sealants and backing to provide watertight seals in accordance with Section 07 92 00
.13 Replace scratched, etched, or defective glazing resulting from manufacture, installation, setting, handling, or storage until date of Total Performance.
.14 Perform daily and final clean-up of work areas, surrounding areas, and site.
.15 The above description is general only and must not be construed as limiting the scope of work.

FOR SPECIFIC INFORMATION RELATING TO THIS TENDER, REFER TO A VIEWING COPY AVAILABLE FROM THE CITY'S INTERNET SITE.




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