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BPA FOR TYPEI&IIICONCRETE DELIVERY
12 February 2015
Ali Al Salem AB
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1.1. GENERAL SCOPE OF WORK: The Contractor shall provide all labor and equipment required to deliver
concrete in accordance with this Statement of Work (SOW) on Ali Al Salem Airbase (ASAB) at the location(s)
indicated by the Contracting Officer (CO).
1.2PERIOD OF PERFORMANCE
The Contractor shall deliver the concrete at time specified by the CO or within 48 hours of request.
1.3DESIGNATION OF AUTHORITY
The Base Civil Engineer (BCE) or his authorized representative is designated as the representative of the
CO for the purpose of technical surveillance of the workmanship and inspection of materials for work
being performed under this contract. This designation in no way authorizes anyone other than the CO to
commit the Government to changes in the terms and conditions of the contract.
1.4 CONTRACTOR REQUIREMENTS
Qualifications: The Contractor awarded this project shall have an English speaking representative
available on site or by phone. Contractor shall have the ability to deliver a total of 84m3/day in 1m3/day
increments. Multiple trips are acceptable to accomplish total quantity, but a minimum of four 7m3
concrete trucks should be available if required.
Contractor Base Access: The Contractor must maintain a minimum of four personnel with permanent
passes in order to meet the 48hr delivery requirement. The Contractor is responsible for ensuring proper
documentation is received for personnel, vehicle, equipment, material and tool passes in time to avoid
any delay in project start of performance. This includes personnel attainment of permanent Kuwaiti
Ministry of Defense badges and proper advance notification to the CO for scheduling of escort support.
Any additional time required for obtaining badges and passes as required for access to the base will not
necessarily be grounds for additional time granted to complete the project, if passes are delayed due to
Standard Material & Workmanship: All materials and supplies shall meet AFCENT requirements for
airfield concrete, and be new and standard products regularly used for commercial construction. The
CO and BCE representative shall review materials and inspect work for compliance with these standards.
Low quality work or unsuitable batch mixtures will be rejected at the discretion of either the CO or BCE
or both representatives.
Material & Equipment Storage: The Contractor shall stockpile and place materials and equipment
only in areas specifically approved by the CO or BCE representative. Any excess materials shall be
dumped on base at the location specified by CO or BCE representative. If requested, water will be
provided for washing of concrete residue from interior of concrete tank.
Safety: The Contractor personnel shall work in a safe manner in accordance with Government standards.
Determination of what constitutes unsafe practices is at the discretion of Government personnel. All
Contractor personnel shall have appropriate clothing and Personal Protective Equipment (PPE) worn at all
times. At a minimum, this includes wearing work pants and shirts, work boots and yellow or orange bright
reflective safety vests. Loose fitting clothing and open toed shoes are not allowed on the work site.
Additionally, some tasks require additional protection: i.e., safety glasses, hearing protection, masks, etc.
that shall be required for certain tasks.
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Accident Prevention: The Contractor shall comply with the following safety requirements while performing work
under this contract:
220.127.116.11Use diligent care not to damage the facility or government assets in the project area and Ali Al
Salem Air Base (ASAB) while in performance of this contract. Damage caused by Contractor
negligence will be repaired to pre-existing condition and no additional cost to the Government.
18.104.22.168Traffic Control Devices: The Contractor will be responsible for signaling, lighting and
barricading the immediate work area as determined by the CO or BCE.
22.214.171.124All vehicles operated by the Contactor will obey all traffic signs and laws while operating on the
126.96.36.199Electrical extension cords may be used on a temporary basis to provide power to tools and
equipment. Do not overload extension cords. Any frayed or spliced extension cords are
188.8.131.52Unexploded Ordinance: If any item is discovered that may be unexploded ordinance,
immediately alert the Government escort. The Government escort will contact appropriate
184.108.40.206Fire Prevention: The prevention of fire is imperative during construction projects. The
Contractor is responsible for enforcing fire safety in his work area. The Contractor shall have
serviceable fire extinguishers readily available at all times. Extinguishers shall be supplied by the
Smoking is prohibited inside buildings and within 15 meters (50 feet) of flammable
and combustible liquids. Smoking is permitted only in designated areas.
The Contractor shall report all fires to the Government escort. Upon discovery of a
fire, yell “Fire, Fire, Fire”, notify the Government escort and evacuate the area.
Environmental Protection: The Contractor shall comply with the following environmental
requirements while performing work under this contract:
220.127.116.11In the event the Contractor brings any hazardous material on to ASAB, the Contractor shall notify
386 ECES/CEAV of the approximate quantities of the material to be used on the project and will
supply a Material Safety Data Sheet (MSDS) of those materials in English.
18.104.22.168The Contractor shall be responsible for maintaining the work site to prevent the spread of
contamination, provide for the safety of all individuals in the vicinity of the work site areas and
prevent the release of any contaminants into the environment. Any tanks or drum containers used
by the Contractor on ASAB to store hazardous materials including petroleum products will be
stored within secondary containment structures capable of holding a volume of 110% of the
22.214.171.124The Contractor shall be responsible for the covering of open bodied vehicles transporting any
material likely to create air pollution or become debris while on base.
126.96.36.199All mud, dirt, debris, foreign objects, trash, or spills (including Sub-Contractors and suppliers) on
a street or parking lot, used as access to the work site or staging area shall be cleaned off the same
day or as soon as practicable or requested by the CO.
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188.8.131.52The Contractor shall immediately report to the CO to discuss any issues or incidents which may
indicate potential imminent risk to Government personnel or the environment. Following the
notification, the Contractor shall be available to the CO for instructions regarding remediation of
the release. Contractor should be aware of “you spill, you dig” policies related to working on
ASAB and be prepared to respond to a release caused by the Contractor’s personnel. To report a
release or spill, contact the Government escort immediately.
2. SECTION II – TECHNICAL REQUIREMENTS
2.1 Concrete Specifications: Attachment UFC 3-270-04 Chapter 2
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15 MARCH 2001
SELECTION OF REPAIR MATERIALS
2.1. Description. A variety of concrete repair materials are available on the market today. A
properly designed, placed, and cured conventional portland cement concrete remains as one of
the most widely used and reliable patching materials for concrete pavements. It is most effective
for full-depth patches or complete slab replacement. A high density, very low slump, 0 to 1/2 inch
(0 to 13 millimeters) portland cement concrete or mortor patching mix, properly placed, thoroughly
compacted by tamping and thoroughly cured, has proved very successful for partial-depth
patches. The use of conventional portland cement concrete (PCC) in partial-depth patches has
given mixed results, some successful and many not. By using high early-strength cement
(Type III) and accelerators, concrete mixes can be produced that will allow traffic in 24 hours or
less. There is a wide variety of special products sold under proprietary names for patching
concrete. These include both organic and inorganic materials such as epoxies, methacrylates,
magnesium phosphate cements, and gypsum-based cements. Most of these products are sold
under trade names, and it is often difficult to identify the specific cementitious agent. All claims of
performance for these proprietary products should be treated with caution, and it is always
prudent to establish the performance of new products through trials prior to committing to the
purchase of large quantities. The selection and evaluation of specific patching materials is a
specialized topic and outside the scope of this handbook. Care should be taken to restrict use of
impervious materials (epoxies, etc.) in areas large enough to block vapor coming up from below
and trapping moisture which can freeze and debond the patch.
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