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DI Headstart Painting

The Mille Lacs Band of Ojibwe, Community Development office will be accepting sealed lump sum bids for interior commercial painting to be performed at the Mille Lacs Band Head Start Building located at 43648 Virgo Road, Onamia, MN 56359. Bids will be due Wednesday 18 August 2021 at 3:00 PM. Bids received will be opened and qualified by the Mille Lacs Band of Ojibwe on Thursday 19 August 2021 at 10:00 AM.

A mandatory pre-bid site visit will be held on Wednesday August 4th at 10:00AM at the Head Start Building. Building is located at 43648 Virgo Road, Onamia, MN 56359. It is on east side of HWY 169 directly across from the Grand Casino Mille Lacs just North of the intersection of HWY 169 and Oodena Drive.

General Notes:

  1. It is the Contractors responsibility to identify any and all discrepancies in the scope of work, not meeting Industry Standards or that which is inconsistent with the International Building Code (IBC), and Mille Lacs Band of Ojibwe 2021 MLB Project Specification Book.
  2. All electrical wiring, apparatus and equipment for electric light, heat and power, technology circuits or systems shall comply with the rules of the Department of Commerce or the Department of Labor and Industry, as applicable, and be installed in conformity with accepted standards of construction for safety to life and property.
  3. Contractor will secure all permits and fees.
  4. Contractor is responsible for a thorough investigation of the scope of work.
  5. Contractor will repair any damage to the property or structure created by the scope of work.
  6. Contractor shall be responsible for all debris removal related to all work performed under this work scope.
  7. NO WORK SHALL BE PERFORMED UNTIL ALL REQUIRED PERMITS HAVE BEEN ISSUED AND COPIES IN THE POSSESSION OF THE PROJECT COORDINATOR AND /OR MILLE LACS BAND BUILDING OFFICIAL.

COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT WILL, TO THE GREATEST EXTENT FEASIBLE, GIVE PREFERENCE IN THE AWARD OF CONTRACT TO INDIAN ORGANIZATIONS AND INDIAN-OWNED ECONOMIC ENTERPRISES.

Work Scope:

Bid Item #1:
Patch, fill and repair all drywall prior to new paint being installed. Paint will include 1st coat and 2nd coat, no primer to be used. Paint colors are to match existing colors and are listed in the specifications which are attached. Paint all drywall walls in following rooms:

A-121, A-124, A-126, A-129, A-105, A-109, A-113, A-117
B-243, B-246, B-249, B-258, C-306, B-263,
C-303, C-311, C-314, C-317, C-322, C-325, C-327, C-331
A-121, A-124, A-126, A-129, A-105, A-109, A-113, A-117

Bid Item #2:

  1. Provide labor and materials for 40 hours of owner-directed touch up paint in other areas of the building. This will include patch, fill and repair all drywall prior to new paint being installed.

Contractor to provide Head Start maintenance staff with 2 gallons of each color utilized in this project.

Note that Commercial Davis Bacon wage rates apply to this project. Contractor will be required to submit certified payroll reports to Owner.

Specifications

SECTION 09900 - PAINTING

PART 1 - GENERAL
SUMMARY
A. This Section includes surface preparation, painting, and finishing of exposed interior and exterior
items and surfaces.

  1. Surface preparation, priming, and finish coats specified in this section are in addition to shop
    priming and surface treatment specified under other sections.
    B. Paint exposed surfaces whether or not colors are designated in "schedules," except where a surface
    or material is specifically indicated not to be painted or is to remain natural. Where an item or
    surface is not specifically mentioned, paint the same as similar adjacent materials or surfaces. If
    color or finish is not designated, the Architect will select from standard colors or finishes available.
    C. Paint all new exposed sprinkler piping.
    D. Painting includes field painting exposed bare and covered pipes and ducts, hangers, exposed steel
    and iron work, and primed metal surfaces of mechanical and electrical equipment.
  2. Painting of mechanical and electrical items shall be included in all "finished spaces", if items
    are not prefinished. Any required color coding for piping, etc. is work of Divisions 15 & 16.
    E. Painting is not required on prefinished items, finished metal surfaces, concealed surfaces, operating
    parts, and labels.
  3. Finished metal surfaces not to be painted include:
    a. Anodized aluminum.
    b. Stainless steel.
    c. Chromium plate.
    d. Copper.
    e. Bronze.
    f. Brass.
  4. Prefinished items not to be painted include the following factory-finished components:
    a. Toilet partitions.

b. Acoustic materials.
c. Prefinished metal roofing/wall panels.
d. Metal louvers.
e. Finished mechanical and electrical equipment, unless indicated otherwise.
f. Light fixtures, unless indicated otherwise.
g. Switchgear.
h. Burnished concrete masonry units.
i. Prefinished wood doors.
j. Prefinished wood casework.
3. Concealed surfaces not to be painted include wall or ceiling surfaces in the following
generally inaccessible areas:
a. Foundation spaces.
b. Furred areas.
c. Utility tunnels.
d. Pipe spaces.
e. Duct shafts.
4. Operating parts not to be painted include moving parts of operating equipment such as the
following:
a. Valve and damper operators.
b. Linkages.
c. Sensing devices.
d. Motor and fan shafts.
e. Sprinkler heads.
5. Labels: Do not paint over Underwriter's Laboratories, Factory Mutual or other code-required
labels or equipment name, identification, performance rating, or nomenclature plates.
6. Painted Items: The following items shall be painted whether or not they are indicated to be,
or are furnished factory finished:
a. Interior metal lite frames.
b. Electrical panels in "finished" spaces.
c. Cabinet unit heaters and baseboard radiation.
F. Related Sections: The following sections contain requirements that relate to this section:

  1. Section 05120 "Structural Steel," for shop priming ferrous metal.
  2. Section 05220 "Steel Joists and Girders," for shop priming ferrous metal.
  3. Section 05500 and "Metal Fabrications" for shop priming ferrous metal.
  4. Section 08111 "Hollow Metal Doors and Frames" for shop priming steel doors and frames.
  5. Divisions 15 and 16: Painting mechanical and electrical work is specified in Divisions 15 and
    16, respectively.

1.3 DEFINITIONS
A. "Paint" includes coating systems materials, primers, emulsions, enamels, stains, sealers and fillers,
and other applied materials whether used as prime, intermediate, or finish coats.
1.4 SUBMITTALS
A. Product Data: Manufacturer's technical information, label analysis, and application instructions for
each material proposed for use.

  1. Divisions 15 and 16: Painting mechanical and electrical work is specified in Divisions 15 and
    16, respectively.
    B. List each material and cross-reference the specific coating and finish system and application.
    Identify each material by the manufacturer's catalog number and general classification.
    C. Samples for verification purposes: Provide samples of each color and material to be applied, with
    texture to simulate actual conditions, on representative samples of the actual substrate. Define each
    separate coat, including block fillers and primers. Use representative colors when preparing samples
    for review. Resubmit until required sheen, color, and texture are achieved.

  2. Provide a list of material and application for each coat of each sample. Label each sample as
    to location and application.

  3. Submit samples on the following substrates for the Architect's review of color and texture
    only:
    a. Paint: Provide two 12" x 12" hardboard painted samples for each color and finish.
    b. Natural Wood: Provide two 4-inch by 8-inch samples of natural wood finish on actual
    wood surfaces.
    1.5 QUALITY ASSURANCE
    A. Single-Source Responsibility: Provide primers and undercoat paint produced by the same
    manufacturer as the finish coats.
    B. Coordination of Work: Review other sections in which primers are provided to ensure compatibility
    of the total systems for various substrates. On request, furnish information on characteristics of
    finish materials to ensure use of compatible primers.

  4. Notify the Architect of problems anticipated using the materials specified.
    C. Material Quality: Provide the manufacturer's best quality trade sale paint material of the various
    coating types specified. Paint material containers not displaying manufacturer's product
    identification will not be acceptable.

  5. Proprietary names used to designate colors or materials are not intended to imply that
    products named are required or to exclude equal products of other manufacturers.
    1.6 DELIVERY, STORAGE, AND HANDLING
    A. Deliver materials to the job site in the manufacturer's original, unopened packages and containers
    bearing manufacturer's name and label and the following information:

  6. Product name or title of material.

  7. Product name or title of material.

  8. Product description (generic classification or binder type).

  9. Federal Specification number, if applicable.

  10. Manufacturer's stock number and date of manufacture.

  11. Contents by volume, for pigment and vehicle constituents.

  12. Thinning instructions.

  13. Application instructions.

  14. Color name and number.
    B. Store materials not in use in tightly covered containers in a well-ventilated area at a minimum
    ambient temperature of 45 deg F. Maintain containers used in storage in a clean condition, free of
    foreign materials and residue.

  15. Protect from freezing. Keep storage area neat and orderly. Remove oily rags and waste daily.
    Take necessary measures to ensure that workers and work areas are protected from fire and
    health hazards resulting from handling, mixing, and application.
    1.7 JOB CONDITIONS
    A. Apply water-based paints only when the temperature of surfaces to be painted and surrounding air
    temperatures are between 50 deg F and 90 deg F.
    B. Apply solvent-thinned paints only when the temperature of surfaces to be painted and surrounding
    air temperatures are between 45 deg F and 95 deg F.
    C. Do not apply paint in snow, rain, fog, or mist, when the relative humidity exceeds 85 percent, at
    temperatures less than 5 deg F above the dew point, or to damp or wet surfaces.

  16. Painting may continue during inclement weather if surfaces and areas to be painted are
    enclosed and heated within temperature limits specified by the manufacturer during
    application and drying periods.

PART 2 - PRODUCTS
2.1 MANUFACTURERS
A. Manufacturer: Subject to compliance with requirements, provide products of the following, or
approved equal:

  1. Benjamin Moore & Co.

  2. Diamond Vogel Paints.

  3. Hirshfield's, Inc.

  4. ICI Dulux

  5. Pittsburgh Paints

  6. Sherwin Williams
    2.2 MATERIALS
    A. Material Quality: Provide best quality grade of various types of coatings as regularly manufactured
    by acceptable paint materials manufacturer. Materials not displaying manufacturer's identification as
    a standard, best-grade product will not be acceptable.
    B. Material Compatibility:

  7. Provide materials for use within each paint system that are compatible with one another and
    substrates indicated, under conditions of service and application as demonstrated by
    manufacturer, based on testing and field experience.

  8. For each coat in a paint system, provide products recommended in writing by manufacturers
    of topcoat for use in paint system and on substrate indicated.
    C. Color Pigments: Pure, non-fading, applicable types to suit substrates and service indicated.
    D. Lead content in pigment, if any, is limited to contain not more than 0.5% lead, as lead metal based
    on the total non-volatile (dry-film) of paint by weight.

  9. This limitation is extended to interior surfaces and those exterior surfaces, such as stairs,
    decks, porches, railings, windows, and doors which are readily accessible to children under
    seven years of age.
    PART 3 - EXECUTION
    3.1 EXAMINATION
    A. Examine substrates and conditions under which painting will be performed for compliance with
    requirements for application of paint. Do not begin paint application until unsatisfactory conditions
    have been corrected.

  10. Start of painting will be construed as the Applicator's acceptance of surfaces and conditions
    within a particular area.
    3.2 PREPARATION
    A. General Procedures: Remove hardware and hardware accessories, plates, machined surfaces,
    lighting fixtures, and similar items in place that are not to be painted, or provide surface-applied
    protection prior to surface preparation and painting. Remove these items if necessary for complete
    painting of the items and adjacent surfaces. Following completion of painting operations in each
    space or area, have items reinstalled by workers skilled in the trades involved.

  11. Clean surfaces before applying paint or surface treatments. Remove oil and grease prior to
    cleaning. Schedule cleaning and painting so that dust and other contaminants from the
    cleaning process will not fall on wet, newly painted surfaces.
    B. Surface Preparation: Clean and prepare surfaces to be painted in accordance with the manufacturer's
    instructions for each particular substrate condition and as specified.

  12. Provide barrier coats over incompatible primers or remove and reprime. Notify Architect in
    writing of problems anticipated with using the specified finish-coat material with substrates
    primed by others.

  13. Cementitious Materials: Prepare concrete and concrete masonry block surfaces to be painted.
    Remove efflorescence, chalk, dust, dirt, grease, oils, and release agents. Roughen as required
    to remove glaze. If hardeners or sealers have been used to improve curing, use mechanical
    methods of surface preparation.
    a. Use abrasive blast-cleaning methods if recommended by the paint manufacturer.
    b. Determine alkalinity and moisture content of surfaces by performing appropriate tests.
    If surfaces are sufficiently alkaline to cause blistering and burning of finish paint,
    correct this condition before application. Do not paint surfaces wheremoisture content
    exceeds that permitted in manufacturer's printed directions.

  14. Wood: Clean surfaces of dirt, oil, and other foreign substances with scrapers, mineral spirits,
    and sandpaper, as required. Sand surfaces exposed to view smooth and dust off.
    a. Scrape and clean small, dry, seasoned knots and apply a thin coat of white shellac or
    other recommended knot sealer before application of primer. After priming, fill holes
    and imperfections in finish surfaces with putty or plastic wood filler. Sand smooth
    when dried.
    b. Prime, stain, or seal wood to be painted immediately upon delivery. Prime edges, ends,
    faces, undersides, and backsides of wood, including cabinets, counters, cases, and
    paneling.
    c. When transparent finish is required, backprime with spar varnish.
    d. Seal tops, bottoms, and cutouts of unprimed wood doors with a heavy coat of varnish
    or sealer immediately upon delivery.

  15. Ferrous Metals: Clean nongalvanized ferrous-metal surfaces that have not been shop coated;
    remove oil, grease, dirt, loose mill scale, and other foreign substances. Use solvent or
    mechanical cleaning methods that comply with recommendations of the Steel Structures
    Painting Council.
    a. Touch up bare areas and shop-applied prime coats that have been damaged. Wirebrush,
    clean with solvents recommended by the paint manufacturer, and touch up with
    the same primer as the shop coat.

  16. Galvanized Surfaces: Clean galvanized surfaces with non-petroleum-based solvents so that
    the surface is free of oil and surface contaminants. Remove pretreatment from galvanized
    sheet metal fabricated from coil stock by mechanical methods.
    C. Materials Preparation: Carefully mix and prepare paint materials in accordance with manufacturer's
    directions.

  17. Maintain containers used in mixing and application of paint in a clean condition, free of
    foreign materials and residue.

  18. Stir material before application to produce a mixture of uniform density; stir as required
    during application. Do not stir surface film into material. Remove film and, if necessary,
    strain material before using.

  19. Use only thinners approved by the paint manufacturer, and only within recommended limits.
    3.3 APPLICATION
    A. Apply paint in accordance with manufacturer's directions. Use applicators and techniques best
    suited for substrate and type of material being applied.

  20. Do not paint over dirt, rust, scale, grease, moisture, scuffed surfaces, or conditions detrimental
    to formation of a durable paint film.

  21. Paint colors, surface treatments, and finishes are indicated in "schedules."

  22. Provide finish coats that are compatible with primers used.

  23. The number of coats and film thickness required is the same regardless of the application
    method. Do not apply succeeding coats until the previous coat has cured as recommended by
    the manufacturer. Sand between applications where sanding is required to produce an even
    smooth surface in accordance with the manufacturer's directions.

  24. Apply additional coats when undercoats, stains, or other conditions show through final coat of
    paint until paint film is of uniform finish, color, and appearance. Give special attention to
    ensure that surfaces, including edges, corners, crevices, welds, and exposed fasteners, receive
    a dry film thickness equivalent to that of flat surfaces.

  25. The term "exposed surfaces" includes areas visible when permanent or built-in fixtures,
    convector covers, covers for finned tube radiation, grilles, and similar components are in
    place. Extend coatings in these areas as required to maintain the system integrity and provide
    desired protection.
    Mille Lacs Band of Ojibwe
    New District 1 Head Start Facility
    Onamia, Minnesota
    Comm. No. 1004.00
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    SECTION 09900 PAINTING
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  26. Paint surfaces behind movable equipment and furniture same as similar exposed surfaces.
    Paint surfaces behind permanently fixed equipment or furniture with prime coat only before
    final installation of equipment.

  27. Paint interior surfaces of ducts, where visible through registers or grilles, with a flat,
    nonspecular black paint.

  28. Paint back sides of access panels and removable or hinged covers to match exposed surfaces.

  29. Finish exterior doors on tops, bottoms, and side edges same as exterior faces.

  30. Sand lightly between each succeeding enamel or varnish coat.

  31. Omit primer on metal surfaces that have been shop-primed and touch up painted.

  32. Finish all exposed wood trim at countertops, supports and display cases.
    B. Scheduling Painting: Apply first coat to surfaces that have been cleaned, pretreated, or otherwise
    prepared for painting as soon as practicable after preparation and before subsequent surface
    deterioration.

  33. Allow sufficient time between successive coats to permit proper drying. Do not recoat until
    paint has dried to where it feels firm, and does not deform or feel sticky under moderate
    thumb pressure and where application of another coat of paint does not cause lifting or loss of
    adhesion of the undercoat.
    C. Minimum Coating Thickness: Apply materials at not less than the manufacturer's recommended
    spreading rate. Provide a total dry film thickness of the entire system as recommended by the
    manufacturer.
    D. Block Fillers: Apply block fillers to concrete masonry block at a rate to ensure complete coverage
    with pores filled.
    E. Prime Coats: Before application of finish coats, apply a prime coat of material as recommended by
    the manufacturer to material that is required to be painted or finished and has not been prime coated
    by others. Recoat primed and sealed surfaces where evidence of suction spots or unsealed areas in
    first coat appears, to assure a finish coat with no burn through or other defects due to insufficient
    sealing.
    F. Pigmented (Opaque) Finishes: Completely cover to provide an opaque, smooth surface of uniform
    finish, color, appearance, and coverage. Cloudiness, spotting, holidays, laps, brush marks, runs,
    sags, ropiness, or other surface imperfections will not be acceptable.
    G. Transparent (Clear) Finishes: Use multiple coats to produce a glass-smooth surface film of even
    luster. Provide a finish free of laps, cloudiness, color irregularity, runs, brush marks, orange peel,
    nail holes, or other surface imperfections.
    H. Completed Work: Match approved samples for color, texture, and coverage. Remove, refinish, or
    repaint work not in compliance with specified requirements.
    Mille Lacs Band of Ojibwe
    New District 1 Head Start Facility
    Onamia, Minnesota
    Comm. No. 1004.00
    SMILEY GLOTTER NYBERG ARCHITECTS
    SECTION 09900 PAINTING
    Page 9
    3.4 FIELD QUALITY CONTROL
    A. The Owner reserves the right to invoke the following test procedure at any time and as often as the
    Owner deems necessary during the period when paint is being applied.
    B. The testing laboratory will perform appropriate tests for the following characteristics as required by
    the Owner:

  34. Quantitative materials analysis.

  35. Abrasion resistance.

  36. Apparent reflectivity.

  37. Flexibility.

  38. Washability.

  39. Absorption.

  40. Accelerated weathering.

  41. Dry opacity.

  42. Accelerated yellowness.

  43. Recoating.

  44. Skinning.

  45. Color retention.

  46. Alkali and mildew resistance.
    C. If test results show material being used does not comply with specified requirements, the Contractor
    may be directed to stop painting, remove noncomplying paint, pay for testing, repaint surfaces coated
    with rejected paint, and remove rejected paint from previously painted surfaces if, upon repainting
    with specified paint, the two coatings are noncompatible.
    3.5 CLEANING
    A. Cleanup: At the end of each work day, remove empty cans, rags, rubbish, and other discarded paint
    materials from the site.
    B. Upon completion of painting, clean glass and paint-spattered surfaces. Remove spattered paint by
    washing and scraping, using care not to scratch or damage adjacent finished surfaces.
    3.6 PROTECTION
    A. Protect work of other trades, whether to be painted or not, against damage by painting. Correct
    damage by cleaning, repairing or replacing, and repainting, as acceptable to Architect.
    B. Provide "wet paint" signs to protect newly painted finishes. Remove temporary protective wrappings
    provided by others for protection of their work after completion of painting operations.
    C. At completion of construction activities of other trades, touch up and restore damaged or defaced
    painted surfaces.
    Mille Lacs Band of Ojibwe
    New District 1 Head Start Facility
    Onamia, Minnesota
    Comm. No. 1004.00
    SMILEY GLOTTER NYBERG ARCHITECTS
    SECTION 09900 PAINTING
    Page 10
    3.7 EXTERIOR PAINT SCHEDULE
    A. General: Provide the following paint systems for the various substrates indicated.
    B. Ferrous Metal:

  47. First Coat: Spot Prime S-W Kem Bond HS B50Z Series.
    a. Primer is not required on shop-primed items.

  48. Second Coat: S-W Industrial Enamel B54 Series.
    C. Zinc-Coated Metal:

  49. Prime Coat: S-W Pro-Cryl Primer B66_300 Series.

  50. First Coat: S-W Industrial Enamel B54 Series.

  51. Second Coat: S-W Industrial Enamel B54 Series.
    D. Concrete:

  52. Prime Coat: S-W Loxon Concrete and Masonry Primer A24W8300.

  53. First Coat: S-W A-100 Satin A82 Series.

  54. Second Coat: S-W A-100 Satin A82 Series.
    E. Fiber-Cement Siding:

  55. Prime Coat: Loxon Conditioner Guide Coat White A24W100.

  56. First Coat: First Coat: A100 Exterior Latex Satin A82 Series.

  57. Second Coat: First Coat: A100 Exterior Latex Satin A82 Series.
    3.8 INTERIOR PAINT SCHEDULE
    A. General: Provide the following paint systems for the various substrates, as indicated.
    B. Interior Concrete:

  58. Primer: Loxon Concrete and Masonry Primer A24W8300

  59. First Coat: S-W Promar 200 Eg-Shel, B20W2200 Series.

  60. Second Coat: S-W Promar 200 Eg-Shel, B20W2200 Series.
    C. Concrete Masonry Units:

  61. Block Filler: S-W PrepRite Blockfiller B25W25.

  62. First Coat: S-W Promar 200 Eg-Shel, B20W2200 Series.

  63. Second Coat: S-W Promar 200 Eg-Shel, B20W2200 Series.
    D. Interior Concrete (Scheduled for Epoxy):

  64. Primer: Not required.

  65. First Coat: S-W Waterbased Catalyzed Epoxy, B70 Series.

  66. Second Coat: S-W Waterbased Catalyzed Epoxy, B70 Series.
    E. Concrete Masonry Units (Scheduled for Epoxy):

  67. Block Filler: S-W Heavy Duty B42W46.

  68. First Coat: S-W Waterbased Catalyzed Epoxy, B70 Series.

  69. Second Coat: S-W Waterbased Catalyzed Epoxy, B70 Series.
    F. Gypsum Drywall Systems:

  70. Primer: S-W ProMar 200 Primer B28W8200.

  71. First Coat: S-W Promar 200 latex Eg-Shel, B20W2200 Series.

  72. Second Coat: S-W Promar 200 latex Eg-Shel, B20W2200 Series.
    G. Gypsum Drywall Systems (Scheduled for Epoxy):

  73. Primer: S-W ProMar 200 Primer, B28W8200.

  74. First Coat: S-W Waterbased Catalyzed Epoxy, B70 Series.

  75. Second Coat: S-W Waterbased Catalyzed Epoxy, B70 Series.
    H. Gypsum Drywall Systems (ceilings, soffits):

  76. Primer: S-W ProMar 200 Primer B28W8200.

  77. First Coat: S-W Promar 400 Latex, Flat B30W400 Series.

  78. Second Coat: S-W Promar 400 Latex, Flat B30W400 Series.
    I. Ferrous Metal:

  79. Eggshell Alkyd Finish: 2 finish coats over primer. Primer not required on shop-primed
    items.
    a. Primer: S-W ProCryl Universal Primer, B66-310 Series.
    b. First Coat: S-W DTM Acrylic Coating, B66 Series.
    c. Second Coat: S-W DTM Acrylic Coating, B66 Series.
    J. Ferrous Metal (Exposed structure ceiling):

  80. Flat Dry Spray Acrylic Finish: 1 coat over factory primer. Primer not required on shopprimed
    items.
    a. Primer: ProCryl B66W300, may be omitted except for spot priming.
    b. First Coat: S-W Waterborne Acrylic Clear Tint Dry Fall B42W1.
    K. Zinc-Coated Metal:

  81. Eggshell Alkyd Finish: 2 coats over primer.
    a. Primer: Not required.
    b. First Coat: S-W Waterbased Catalyzed Epoxy, B70 Series, extra white base
    only.
    c. Second Coat: S-W Waterbased Catalyzed Epoxy, B70 Series, extra white base
    only.
    L. Wood Transparent Finish:

  82. Low Lustre Polyurethane Finish (Clear):
    a. Sealer: Not required.
    b. First Coat: WoodClassics Waterborne Poyurethane Varnish, A68 Series.
    c. Second Coat: WoodClassics Waterborne Poyurethane Varnish, A68 Series.

  83. Low Lustre Polyurethane Finish (Stained):
    a. Sealer: S-W WoodClassics 250 Stain, A49-800 Series.
    b. First Coat: WoodClassics Waterborne Poyurethane Varnish, A68 Series.
    c. Second Coat: WoodClassics Waterborne Poyurethane Varnish, A68 Series.
    3.9 PAINT COLOR SCHEDULE
    A. Sherwin Williams paint names and numbers are shown in the paint color schedule, except as noted:
    Color Designation Color Name Color Number
    PNT-1 Modest White SW6084
    PNT-2 Canoe SW7724
    PNT-3 Bakelite Gold SW6368
    PNT-4 Red Tomato SW6607
    PNT-5 Down Pour SW6516
    PNT-6 Gallery Green SW0015
    PNT-7 Agate Green SW7742
    PNT-8 Sand Dune SW6086
    PNT-9 Latte SW6108
    PNT-10 Wood Violet SW6557
    PNT-11 Husky Orange SW6636
    PNT-12 Decorous Amber SW0007
    PNT-13 Sandy Ridge SW7535
    PNT-14 Rocky River SW6215
    PNT-15 Trusty Tan SW6087
    END OF SECTION 09900

Contacts:
Interested bidders shall contact Mike Moilanen - CMD Project Manager at mike.moilanen@millelacsband.com to be included on the bidder’s list in the event that any addendums are issued for this project.

Mobilization:

  1. The Contractor shall be capable of mobilizing his equipment and crews within seven days of the receipt of Notice to Proceed.
  2. Contractor shall provide means and methods for all building phases of construction.
Bidding Notes

Bidding Notes

  1. Submit proposal in lump sum (supply and install), not to exceed amount
  2. All Contractors (including subcontractors) must comply with Davis Bacon wage requirements.
  3. All Contractors must provide the following along with their bid submittal:
    a. Completed and signed MLB Community Development Construction Bid Form
    b. A copy of Current MLB Vendor’s License (or a copy of the submitted application)
    c. A copy of Current Insurance Certificate
    d. Completed and signed copy of the TERO Compliance Plan
    e. A copy of Subcontractor/Material Supplier list
    f. A copy of valid State of Minnesota Contractor’s License
    g. A copy of Authorized Signature Sheet (submitted with first bid submittal)
  4. All Contractors must comply with all Mille Lacs Band of Ojibwe American Indian Employment requirements (see 18 MLBSA § 5). Contact Lori Trail at (320) 532-4778.
    All proposals MUST be mailed and labeled as follows:

Mille Lacs Band of Ojibwe
Commissioner of Community Development
Sealed bid: Head Start – Painting
P.O. Box 509
Onamia, MN 56359

Please note that the bids submitted via mail to the P.O. Box. FedEx and UPS will not deliver to a P.O. Box and the Onamia post office will not accept hand delivered items. Please plan accordingly to ensure the timely receipt of your bid submittal. Do not require delivery signature.

**The Band reserves the right to reject any bid that it is unable to collect at the Onamia post office by the bid deadline date and time, provided that the Band has made diligent and reasonable efforts to collect the bid. The Band reserves this right even in the event that the bid has been postmarked before the deadline.

PROPOSALS NOT SUBMITTED IN THIS MANNER WILL BE REJECTED.

Licensing:
Firms must be licensed with the Mille Lacs Band of Ojibwe. A copy of this license (or the license application) must accompany each bid. Licensing process can take several weeks. If you are not currently licensed with the MLBO, please submit a copy of your license application along with your proposal. Contact Elizabeth Thornbloom at (320)532-8274 or via email at EThornbloom@grcasinos.com with questions regarding licensing and for the license application.

Permit and Contractor Requirements:
Permits: Contractors are responsible to attain all necessary permits for all work, including Mille Lacs Band of Ojibwe (MLBO) Permits.

Bonding Requirements: In accordance with 2021 MLB Project Specification Book.

MLBSA Section 17 Procurement Statue Ordinance 03-06 states the following:

Section 17. Bonding

A. In construction contracts that are federally funded or deemed commercial, bonding is required. These types of contracts shall demand a performance bond not less than twenty (20%) percent of the total contract price, but not to exceed $500,000.00. A performance bond requirement is to ensure that, if a contractor defaults, the Band may request that the surety pay the expense incurred to complete the construction contract.

B. In addition, all construction contracts identified as federally funded or commercial shall be covered by a payment bond equal to one payment installment or cover subcontractors/suppliers as determined by the Contracting Officer or his agents. The payment bond must contain language stating that if the contractor fails to make a payment to its subcontractors/suppliers, the surety will make the necessary payment.

SECTION II – BIDDING FORMS
Bidding Requirements and Contract Forms
COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT
PROJECT MANAGEMENT

FY 2021 CONSTRUCTION BID FORM
REQUIRED FOR ALL BIDS

FIRM NAME: ____

JOB/PROJECT: Head Start- Painting

Bid Item #1:

  1. Paint all drywall walls in each identified room. Patch, fill and repair all drywall prior to new paint being installed. Paint will include 1st coat and 2nd coat, no primer to be used.

___$____
(Written Value) (Dollar Amount)

Bid Item #2:
2. Provide labor and materials for 40 hours of owner directed touch up paint in other areas of the building. This will include patch, fill and repair all drywall prior to new paint being installed.

___$____
(Written Value) (Dollar Amount)

LUMP SUM PRICE: Total Sum of Bid Item #1 and Bid Item#2
(Labor and materials):

___$____
(Written Value) (Dollar Amount)

Acknowledgement of Addendum(s): 1) __ date 2) date 3) date

BID GUARANTEE PERIOD:
I agree to hold this bid open for a period of 120 days after the bid opening. If this bid is accepted I agree to execute a Contract and/or a Purchase Order with the Mille Lacs Band of Ojibwe along with furnishing all required bonding (if required) and insurances.

TERO COMPLIANCE:
I understand that this company, its subcontractors and all employees performing work on this project will be expected to comply with all Mille Lacs Band TERO Compliance Regulations. Upon being informed that I will be awarded a contract for this project, I will submit all required TERO Compliance Plans directly to the MLB TERO Office for review and approval.

Acknowledgement of TERO Compliance: _____

ATTACHMENTS REQUIRED: Failure to provide any of these attachments will result in bid disqualification.
o MLB BID FORM (MUST BE SIGNED)
o MLBO VENDOR LICENSE
o COPY OF CURRENT INSURANCES
o LETTER FROM BONDING SURETY (If required)
o COPY OF MINNESOTA CONTRACTORS LICENSE (if required)
o SUB-CONTRACTOR/SUPPLIER LIST (Include values)

NAME: ____TITLE:____

SIGNATURE: ___DATE:____

FIRM NAME: ____TELEPHONE:_____

ADDRESS: ____

EMAIL ADDRESS: _____