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  • Metropolitan Washington Airports Authority 7-16-B025

    Attachment 01 Statement of Work - Page 1

    METROPOLITAN WASHINGTON AIRPORTS AUTHORITY

    SPECIFICATION / STATEMENT OF WORK

    DULLES TOLL ROAD BRINE SERVICES

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    TABLE OF CONTENTS

    I. INTRODUCTION II. DEFINITIONS III. SCOPE OF WORK IV. GENERAL REQUIREMENTS V. DELIVERABLES

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    I. INTRODUCTION The Metropolitan Washington Airports Authority is responsible for the Operations, Maintenance and repair of the Dulles Toll Road (referred to herein as “DTR”). The Airport Authority’s headquarters is located at 1 Aviation Circle, Washington, D.C (referred to herein as “COB”). This Statement of Work addresses services, which are to be Performed on the Dulles Toll Road. The Dulles Toll Road is soliciting bids from one contractor who is enthusiastic and capable of providing various types of equipment with experienced drivers/operators and supervision to provide Emergency Snow Removal Operation on Dulles Toll Road mainline, Ramps, Mainline Toll plaza and Parking lot at the Administration Building. De-icing removal services shall consist of:

     Pretreatment Operation with application of Airport supplied de-icing chemical.  Application of Airport authority supplied de-icing or abrasive materials to mitigate ice and sleet.  On standby to respond to freezing.

    De-icing removal services shall be performed on paved areas as shown in Exhibits 1 and 2. The Dulles Toll Road reserves the right to increase or decrease the quantity of areas at their discretion. This service shall be performed on an "on-call and as-needed" basis. II. DEFINITIONS ACCEPTANCE – The act of an authorized representative of the Airports Authority by which the Airports

    Authority approves partial or complete performance of the contract. AIRPORT – Shall refer to Washington Dulles International Airport. AIRPORTS AUTHORITY - The Metropolitan Washington Airports Authority. CONTRACTING OFFICER (CO) - An Airports Authority employee with specific written authority to enter into,

    administer, and terminate contracts. CONTRACTING OFFICER'S TECHNICAL REPRESENTATIVE (COTR) - A person with delegated authority

    from the Contracting Officer to assist in carrying out the CO's responsibilities at the project site. CONTRACTOR'S EMPLOYEES - For the purpose of this contract, the Contractor’s employees shall include

    but not be limited to equipment operators, supervisors, managers, and administrators who are employed on the job site to fulfill the requirements of the Statement of Work by the Contractor and/or any of its subcontractors.

    CORRECTION - The elimination of a deficiency. DTR – Dulles Toll Road. MA-240 – Dulles Toll Road Maintenance Department. SDS - Safety Data Sheet. METROPOLITAN WASHINGTON AIRPORTS AUTHORITY (the Airports Authority) - The public body

    responsible for the operation and management of both Ronald Reagan Washington National Airport, and Washington Dulles International Airport.

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    OSHA - U. S. Occupational Safety and Health Administration. The Federal Government agency responsible

    for providing the rules and regulations on safety and health requirements in the work place. QUALITY CONTROL - A method used by the Contractor to assure that quality services are provided to satisfy

    the requirements of the contract. QUALITY ASSURANCE - A means by which the Airports Authority is able to confirm that the quantity and

    quality of services received conform to contract requirements. These methods/procedures are not intended to aid the Contractor in the performance of the contract requirements and shall not be a substitute for contract quality control.

    SERVICES - Includes work performed, workmanship, and material furnished or utilized in the performance of

    services. SOW - Statement of Work. SUPERVISOR - Contractor’s employee responsible for supervising individual and/or groups/teams of

    contractor’s employees/subcontractors. III. SCOPE OF WORK The Contractor shall provide all supervision, labor, equipment, equipment repairs, vehicles, fuel, tools, equipment maintenance and transportation required to perform anti-icing, de-icing services on the Dulles Toll Road. The Contractor shall perform the services on DTR mainline, all slip ramps, exit ramps, mainline toll plazas and parking lot at the administration building. This shall include, but not be limited to, slip ramps, drive lanes leading up to entrances and exits, and toll booth parking spaces. Although expected to be a rare event, also considered to be within scope is the Contractor mixing but not applying the de-icing chemicals. Such services are considered to be supplemental and shall be performed under the specifications described herein and on an hourly rate basis in accordance with the hourly rate established in the price schedule. The Airports Authority reserves the right to increase or decrease the quantity of areas at their discretion. 1. Equipment Requirements:

    Base equipment provides an established number of pieces of equipment and pricing the Contractor must be able to supply to any inclement weather event. Typically, Base Equipment Set is the foundation for events where snow or ice accumulation can reach up to six inches. The Dulles Toll Road will not guarantee that the base equipment set shall be utilized for all inclement weather events. All or a portion of the base equipment set may be used during an event and shall be negotiated prior to coming on site.

    a. The Contract Base Equipment Set shall consist of:

    a. The Dulles Toll Road reserves the right to increase or decrease the quantity of the base

    equipment set and operators prior to and/or during snow removal operations. Cost adjustments due to an increase or decrease in the quantity of equipment and operators shall be in accordance with the provisions in the Schedule.

    b. Cleaning of equipment is strictly prohibited on Airport property or on the Dulles Toll Road.

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    c. All equipment performing services under this contract shall be outfitted with appropriate safety devices to ensure safe operations. These devices shall include, but not be limited to, an amber (yellow) dome-type flashing strobe mounted on top of the vehicle, front and back lights, auditable back-up alarm, warning signage attached to spreaders, and other safety devices as deemed necessary by the Airports Authority.

    d. All equipment shall have Airports Authority-approved vehicle identification decals displayed on

    the left and right sides of each vehicle. For all 4WD vehicles, tandem trucks, and dump trucks vehicle marking shall be placed on the roof. Each piece of equipment shall be identified in a manner that indicates both the Contractor’s name as well as the individual piece of equipment. Equipment not displaying the required identification decals shall be removed from service until the deficiency has been corrected. The Contractor shall not be compensated for the piece of equipment until the deficiency is corrected and the unit is placed back into service.

    e. The Contractor shall provide equipment that is in good operating condition. Prior to

    commencement of each event, the Contractor shall ensure each piece of equipment is functioning properly. The DTR reserves the right to evaluate the operational condition of each piece of equipment. The Contractor shall provide a replacement in good operating condition for any and all equipment the DTR deems unacceptable. All other personnel that are in a Full Performance mode shall not assist or perform repairs to equipment.

    f. The Contractor shall immediately notify the DTR of all equipment failures. The malfunctioning

    piece of equipment and its operator shall be taken off the clock until either the deficiency is corrected or a replacement is provided. The Contractor is required to return the equipment to operating condition within one (1) hour or provide a replacement in good operating condition.

    g. All material applying equipment (i.e., spreaders) shall be calibrated in accordance with standard

    industry spreader calibration procedures. The Contractor shall demonstrate to the COTR or DTR staff satisfaction that each piece of equipment is calibrated prior to each event and upon request from the DTR.

    i. The Contractor will be allowed to stage its contract equipment in a designated staging area

    during the snow season as approved by the COTR or DTR staff. The snow season performance period is defined as the period from October 1st to April 15th. The Contractor shall vacate the assigned staging area at the conclusion of the snow event performance period. The Contractor shall be responsible for maintaining its staging area in a clean and safe condition at all times, free of debris, fire hazards and other potentially dangerous situations.

    j. All equipment provided by the Contractor to fulfill the requirements of this SOW shall be rubber-

    tired and no more than 10 years old.