Laserfiche WebLink
. <br /> • <br /> SECTION 00530— EJCDC STANDARD FORM OF AGREEMENT <br /> BETWEEN OWNER AND CONTRACTOR ON THE BASIS OF A STIPULATED PRICE <br /> Collier Creek Estates Phases 1, 1A, 1B, 2 and Harbor Point Phase 3 <br /> Water Assessment Project <br /> THIS AGREEMENT ("Agreement" or"Contract"), dated the 3 day of October in the <br /> year 2017 by and between Indian River County, a political subdivision of the State of Florida (hereinafter <br /> called OWNER) and Timothy Rose Contracting, Inc. .(hereinafter called <br /> CONTRACTOR). <br /> OWNER and CONTRACTOR, in consideration of the mutual covenants hereinafter set forth, agree as <br /> follows: <br /> ARTICLE 1 WORK <br /> CONTRACTOR as an independent contractor and not as an employee shall furnish and <br /> complete all of the necessary labor, material, and equipment to perform the work as <br /> specified or indicated in the Contract Documents and per FDEP, FDOT, County Utilities <br /> Department (IRCDUS) and County Engineering Department standards. The work is <br /> generally described as follows: <br /> IRCDUS proposes to construct a new 8" and 6" water system to serve 201 lots in the <br /> Collier Creek Estates Phases 1, 1A, 1B, 2 and Harbor Point Phase 3 Subdivisions. The <br /> facilities shall include about 7730 feet of 8" PVC pipe, 4625 feet of 6" PVC pipe, 2340 <br /> feet of 4" PVC pipe, and 14 fire hydrants on Easy Street, Holden Avenue, Charles <br /> Avenue, Becker Avenue, Chello Avenue, Fleming Street, Barbara Court, Arega Street, <br /> Hunt Court, and Harbor Point Drive. <br /> The construction of the utility improvements described above shall also consist of, but <br /> not limited to: resetting of signs, mailboxes, and other existing facilities disturbed during <br /> construction; utilities exploration; coordination with any permitting agencies; trenching; <br /> clearing and tree removal; dewatering; installation of pipe, structures and all <br /> appurtenances; soil backfill compaction; testing; exfiltration testing; backfill and <br /> subgrade testing; road, landscape and driveway restoration; regrading and grassing <br /> (sod); and traffic control. All right —of-way shall be restored to like or better condition <br /> including sidewalks and drainage. No excavation shall be left open when work is not <br /> actively being performed. Construction fencing used in the work area shall not block <br /> sight distance near intersections or driveways. All construction equipment and materials <br /> shall be stored a minimum of 15 feet from the edge of pavement and shall be protected <br /> by Type II barricades with flashing yellow lights. <br /> CONTRACTOR shall submit a Traffic Control Plan to the County Traffic Engineering <br /> Division a minimum of 72 hours prior to construction and notify the Traffic Engineering <br /> Division a minimum of 24 hours before any lane closures. A temporary access plan shall <br /> be provided indicating how local traffic will be maintained if the existing road is removed <br /> and reconstructed. Stand mounted Advance Construction signing shall be installed in <br /> accordance with FDOT Index 602. One lane closures shall be in accordance with FDOT <br /> Index 603. When any work encroaches the area between the centerline and two (2) feet <br /> outside the edge of pavement, traffic shall be restricted to a single lane. <br /> 00530-1 <br /> Addendum 1 <br />