A meeting of the Manatee County Port Authority will be held on Thursday, June 20, 2019 at 9:00 a.m., or as soon thereafter as is practicable in the third floor meeting room of the Port Manatee Intermodal Center,

1905 Intermodal Circle, Palmetto, FL 34221, located at the intersection of South Dock Street and Reeder

Road at Port Manatee.

Anyone wishing to attend this meeting who does not have an appropriate Port Manatee identification badge may enter Port Manatee by the north or south gate by displaying photo identification, generally a

driver’s license.


MANATEE COUNTY PORT AUTHORITY AGENDA June 20, 2019 – 9:00 a.m.

The Manatee County Port Authority may take action on any matter during this meeting, including those items set forth within this agenda. The chairperson, at the option of the chairperson, may take business out of order if the chairperson determines that such a change in the agenda’s schedule will expedite the business of the Port Authority.

CALL TO ORDER

Invocation – Chaplain Rich Lewman, Anchor House

Pledge of Allegiance Audience Introductions Public Comments

1. Presentation

2. Consent Agenda

3. Warehouse 9 Roof Repair Contract Award

Executive Director Comments Public Comments Commissioner Comments

According to Section 286.0105, Florida Statutes, any person desiring to appeal any decision made by the Port Authority with respect to any matter considered at this meeting will need a record of the proceedings, and for such purpose may need to ensure that a verbatim record of the proceedings is made, which includes the testimony and evidence upon which the appeal is to be based.

Vanessa Baugh, Chairman

Priscilla Whisenant-Trace, 1st Vice-Chairman; Reggie Bellamy, 2nd Vice-Chairman; Betsy Benac, 3rd Vice-Chairman; Stephen R. Jonsson, Member;

Misty Servia, Member; Carol Whitmore, Member

June 20, 2019

AGENDA ITEM 1.: PRESENTATION – STEVE LEWIS & CHRIS LYON, LEWIS, LONGMAN & WALKER

Steve Lewis, Shareholder, represents clients before state and federal governmental bodies, agencies, courts and the Division of Administrative Hearings in matters concerning environmental and administrative issues. He negotiates issuance of state and federal permits for large-scale developments involving impacts to wetlands, endangered and threatened species, water quality, coastal construction and use of sovereign lands. Mr.

Mr. Lewis received his law degree from Florida State University College of Law after graduating from Florida State University.

Chris Lyon, Shareholder, focuses on representing his clients’ interests before the Florida Legislature, Governor and Cabinet, and agency personnel. He represents statewide associations, local government entities and corporations with interests in the fields of health care, technology, economic development, transportation, environment and land use. Within the Firm’s Legislative and Governmental Affairs Practice Group, Mr. Lyon serves as the primary lobbyist for most of the Firm’s clients with a financial interest in the legislative process.

Mr. Lyon received his Law Degree from Florida State University after graduating from the University of Florida with a Bachelor’s Degree in Finance.

June 20, 2019

2. CONSENT AGENDA A. Warrant List

B. Minutes June 6, 2019

C. Budget Resolution

D. Asset Deletion

RECOMMENDATION:

Move to approve the Consent Agenda incorporating the language as stated in the recommended motions on the cover sheets for the Consent Agenda items.

Manatee County Port Authority

Warrant (Check) Listing

05/13/2019

to 06/12/2019

AP XXXXXXX AP XXXXXXX AP XXXXXXX AP XXXXXXX AP XXXXXXX AP XXXXXXX AP XXXXXXX AP XXXXXXX AP XXXXXXX AP XXXXXXX AP XXXXXXX AP XXXXXXX AP XXXXXXX AP XXXXXXX AP XXXXXXX AP XXXXXXX AP XXXXXXX

AP XXXXXXX

V019302

V025742

V025267

V017375

V109817

V023321

P000270

P000270

P000270

P000270

V005164

V023563

V023254

V025832

V118009

V013140

V023501

V023501

ABBOTT, PAUL SCOTT AIR DELIGHTS INC

ALLEGRA PRINTING OF BRADENTON

ALLSTAR DISPOSAL RECYCLING AMERICAN ASSOCIATION OF, THE AMERICAN EXPRESS TRAVEL RELATE APPICE, MATTHEW

APPICE, MATTHEW

APPICE, MATTHEW APPICE, MATTHEW

APPLIED AQUATIC MANAGEMENT INC

AQUA PLUMBING AND AIR INC ARCPOINT LABS OF SARASOTA ASSOCIATION OF SHIP BROKERS AN AT AND T

AT AND T MOBILITY

AT AND T TELECONFERENCE SERVIC

AT AND T TELECONFERENCE SERVIC

281.25

492.87

864.00

379.90

522.00

22.58

301.69

600.00

129.00

275.00

895.00

257.50

90.00

3,500.00

127.68

48.50

7.41

23.43

WT XXXXXXX

V019189

BANK OF AMERICA

10,800.06

AP XXXXXXX AP XXXXXXX AP XXXXXXX AP XXXXXXX AP XXXXXXX AP XXXXXXX AP XXXXXXX AP XXXXXXX AP XXXXXXX AP XXXXXXX AP XXXXXXX AP XXXXXXX AP XXXXXXX AP XXXXXXX AP XXXXXXX AP XXXXXXX AP XXXXXXX AP XXXXXXX AP XXXXXXX AP XXXXXXX ZP XXXXXXX ZP XXXXXXX AP XXXXXXX AP XXXXXXX AP XXXXXXX AP XXXXXXX

AP XXXXXXX

V002730

V004571

V024209

V173007

V173024

V007624

P000278

P000278

V192319

V220945

V006422

V239550

V023756

V200106

V006291

V006291

V025612

P000265

V022096

V323190

L333009

L333009

V334734

V335029

V021300

V019619

V019619

BANK OF AMERICA BATTERY USA INC

BLUE TARP CREDIT SERVICES BRADENTON FUEL OIL INC BRADENTON HERALD, THE BRIGHT HOUSE

BUQUERAS, CARLOS BUQUERAS, CARLOS

BUREAU OF ELEVATOR INSPECTION CHEVRON USA CREDIT CARDS COMMERCIAL FIRE AND COMMUNICAT CONTROL SYSTEMS SPECIALISTS IN COPIERSOURCE INTERNATIONAL INC CSX TRANSPORTATION

DEX IMAGING INC DEX IMAGING INC DYNAFIRE INC EDWARDS, MALCOLM R ENTECH

FASTENAL COMPANY

FLEET PRODUCTS FLEET PRODUCTS

FLORIDA CHAMBER OF COMMERCE FLORIDA CUSTOM BROKERS AND FLORIDA PEST CONTROL AND CHEMI FLORIDA POWER AND LIGHT COMPAN

FLORIDA POWER AND LIGHT COMPAN

227.35

99.50

2,799.98

420.00

992.00

1,872.16

1,510.44

126.88

150.00

48.09

657.30

312.50

25.01

878.20

271.72

226.19

260.00

160.00

419.00

79.16

407.40

-115.42

1,500.00

1,500.00

614.00

1,879.05

11,878.82

OH_Warrant_List_BCC_Vend 1

Manatee County Port Authority

Warrant (Check) Listing

05/13/2019

to 06/12/2019

AP XXXXXXX AP XXXXXXX AP XXXXXXX

AP XXXXXXX

V019619

V021937

V021937

V023397

FLORIDA POWER AND LIGHT COMPAN FRONTIER COMMUNICATIONS OF FLO FRONTIER COMMUNICATIONS OF FLO

GAHAGEN AND BRYANT ASSOCIATES

65,586.00

1,144.89

1,217.26

3,262.50

WT XXXXXXX

V012741

GATOR GRADING AND PAVING LLC

19,016.74

AP XXXXXXX AP XXXXXXX AP XXXXXXX AP XXXXXXX

AP XXXXXXX

V012389

V020807

V385628

V022245

V022245

GCR TIRE CENTER GENUINE AUTOMOTIVE GRAINGER INC, W W

GUYS HAULING AND DUMPSTER SERV

GUYS HAULING AND DUMPSTER SERV

430.00

22.99

1,003.66

60.00

60.00

WT XXXXXXX

V020386

HANCOCK BANK

37,446.61

AP XXXXXXX AP XXXXXXX AP XXXXXXX AP XXXXXXX AP XXXXXXX AP XXXXXXX AP XXXXXXX AP XXXXXXX AP XXXXXXX AP XXXXXXX AP XXXXXXX AP XXXXXXX AP XXXXXXX AP XXXXXXX ZP XXXXXXX ZP XXXXXXX AP XXXXXXX AP XXXXXXX AP XXXXXXX AP XXXXXXX AP XXXXXXX AP XXXXXXX AP XXXXXXX AP XXXXXXX AP XXXXXXX AP XXXXXXX AP XXXXXXX AP XXXXXXX AP XXXXXXX AP XXXXXXX AP XXXXXXX AP XXXXXXX AP XXXXXXX AP XXXXXXX

UT XXXXXXX

V023500

V023500

V023500

V023500

V018665

P000336

V021690

P000094

V004875

V000060

V000060

V000060

V493800

V015114

L507891

L507891

V562995

V000423

V018272

V018272

V013723

V022184

V022184

V022184

V022184

V004489

V004489

V023184

V024291

V024291

V625403

V625403

V627027

V004140

V004140

HOME DEPOT CREDIT SERVICES HOME DEPOT CREDIT SERVICES HOME DEPOT CREDIT SERVICES HOME DEPOT CREDIT SERVICES HOUGEN MANUFACTURING INC HOWARD, ROBERT M

INDABA SOLUTIONS SL ISIMINGER, GEORGE

J2 ARTS INC

JH WILLIAMS OIL CO INC JH WILLIAMS OIL CO INC JH WILLIAMS OIL CO INC JOHNSON PRINTING JOHNSTONE SUPPLY

KEETONS OFFICE SUPPLY CO INC KEETONS OFFICE SUPPLY CO INC LEES PROFESSIONAL AUTOMOTIVE, LEWIS LONGMAN AND WALKER PA LIGHT BULB DEPOT OF TAMPA LIGHT BULB DEPOT OF TAMPA LOGISTEC USA INC

LOUIS PRYOR SUPPLY INC

LOUIS PRYOR SUPPLY INC LOUIS PRYOR SUPPLY INC LOUIS PRYOR SUPPLY INC LOWES HOME CENTER INC LOWES HOME CENTER INC LYNCH OIL COMPANY INC

MACKAY COMMUNICATIONS INC

MACKAY COMMUNICATIONS INC MAINTENANCE TOO PAPER CO INC MAINTENANCE TOO PAPER CO INC MANATEE CHAMBER OF COMMERCE MANATEE COUNTY PUBLIC WORKS DE

MANATEE COUNTY PUBLIC WORKS DE

44.54

72.48

171.06

300.80

297.60

170.66

380.00

388.82

500.00

4,807.31

513.00

2,688.60

77.82

6,047.89

147.77

191.82

498.00

16,361.00

424.15

1,207.20

7,000.00

396.40

24.67

989.67

596.30

118.14

115.49

352.54

127.25

127.25

375.43

496.45

120.00

349.80

7,732.05

OH_Warrant_List_BCC_Vend 2

Manatee County Port Authority

Warrant (Check) Listing

05/13/2019

to 06/12/2019

AP XXXXXXX AP XXXXXXX AP XXXXXXX AP XXXXXXX AP XXXXXXX AP XXXXXXX AP XXXXXXX AP XXXXXXX AP XXXXXXX AP XXXXXXX AP XXXXXXX AP XXXXXXX AP XXXXXXX AP XXXXXXX AP XXXXXXX

AP XXXXXXX

V627108

V000259

V022877

V696537

V696537

V701905

V701905

V701905

V020673

V708015

V020352

V747100

V021677

V021016

P000331

V018137

MANATEE PRINTERS INC MANATEE SPORTS UNLIMITED MCGUIRE ELECTRIC INC NORTHSIDE AUTO PARTS NORTHSIDE AUTO PARTS OFFICE DEPOT INC

OFFICE DEPOT INC

OFFICE DEPOT INC OREILLY AUTO PARTS OTIS ELEVATOR PALMETTO ROTARY

PROFESSIONAL AIR BALANCING INC

PROPELLER CLUB OF THE UNITED S S AND ME INC

SMITH, HALEY S

STANTEC CONSULTING SERVICES IN

412.21

7,621.54

75.00

283.63

161.50

351.07

281.44

226.74

114.71

2,805.36

978.00

4,875.00

1,320.00

1,206.25

61.75

4,505.25

WT XXXXXXX

V874841

STATE OF FLA DEPT OF REVENUE

13,651.31

AP XXXXXXX AP XXXXXXX AP XXXXXXX AP XXXXXXX AP XXXXXXX AP XXXXXXX AP XXXXXXX AP XXXXXXX AP XXXXXXX AP XXXXXXX AP XXXXXXX AP XXXXXXX

AP XXXXXXX

V875019

V875019

V020041

V020041

V906395

V025076

V004721

V006904

V024682

V009667

V009667

V021915

V994350

STATE OF FLORIDA STATE OF FLORIDA

TERRACON CONSULTANTS INC TERRACON CONSULTANTS INC TERRY SUPPLY COMPANY

TOWN SQUARE PUBLICATIONS LLC

TWENTY FIRST CENTURY GROUP INC UNITED REFRIGERATION INC

US COATING SPECIALISTS LLC VERIZON WIRELESS

VERIZON WIRELESS

WEBTIVITY MARKETING AND DESIGN

YOUNG INC, GEORGE F

798.49

806.17

13,715.00

19,267.05

44.27

1,495.00

5,000.00

295.27

18,371.94

1,650.49

621.47

65.00

6,000.00

Total warrants (checks) for period reported 339,340.72


OH_Warrant_List_BCC_Vend 3

MANATEE COUNTY PORT AUTHORITY REGULAR MEETING

COUNTY ADMINISTRATIVE CENTER

1112 Manatee Avenue West

Bradenton, Florida

June 6, 2019

Meeting video link: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCUlgjuGhS-qV966RU2Z7AtA

Present were:

Vanessa Baugh, Chairman

Priscilla Whisenant Trace, First Vice-Chairman

Reggie Bellamy, Second Vice-Chairman Betsy Benac, Third Vice-Chairman Stephen R. Jonsson

Misty Servia

Carol Whitmore

Also present were:

Carlos Buqueras, Executive Director Jennifer R. Cowan, Port Authority Attorney Vicki Ayles, Accounting Manager

Julie Jensvold, Accountant II, Clerk of the Circuit Court

Quantana Acevedo, Deputy Clerk, Clerk of the Circuit Court

Chairman Baugh called the meeting to order at 9:10 a.m.

AGENDA PA20190606DOC001

PUBLIC COMMENT

There being no public comment, Chairman Baugh closed public comment.

1. BERTH 4 REHABILITATION AND RECONSTRUCTION PROJECT/PUBLIC TRANSPORTATION GRANT AGREEMENT

Carlos Buqueras, Executive Director, highlighted the agenda memorandum and requested

approval.

Keith Robbins, Florida Department of Transportation (FDOT) District 1, stated the grant is for the rehabilitation and reconstruction of Berth 4 that would include extending it to an undetermined link in the future to allow Port Manatee to use both Berths 4 and 5 for vessels simultaneously in the future.

A motion was made by Member Trace and seconded by Member Servia, to adopt Resolution PA-19-15, authorizing the execution of a Public Transportation Grant Agreement with the Florida Department of Transportation (FDOT) for the extension of the Berth 4 Rehabilitation and Reconstruction Project.

There being no public comment, Chairman Baugh closed public comment.

The motion carried 7-0.

PA20190606DOC002

PA MB 18-19/1

JUNE 6, 2019 (Continued)

2. INTERMODAL CONTAINER YARD EXPANSION/ PUBLIC TRANSPORTATION GRANT AGREEMENT/AMENDMENT

Carlos Buqueras, Executive Director, briefly reviewed the agenda memorandum and

requested approval.

Chairman Baugh spoke positively on the growth at Port Manatee.

A motion was made by Member Servia and seconded by Member Benac to adopt Resolution PA-19-16, authorizing the execution of a Public Transportation Amendment to the Public Transportation Grant Agreement with FDOT for the expansion of the Intermodal Container Yard.

There being no public comment, Chairman Baugh closed public comment.

The motion carried 7-0. PA20190606DOC003

3. BERTH 4 EXTENSION PROJECT/ENGINEERING SERVICES REQUEST FOR QUALIFICATIONS RANKING

Carlos Buqueras, Executive Director, stated the request was to approve the ranking list for

engineering services, and this matter would be discussed further on June 20th.

A motion was made by Member Whitmore and seconded by Member Bellamy, to approve the ranking of the firms and teams of firms for the Berth 4 Extension Investigation Engineering Professional Services as recommended by the Evaluation Committee, and authorize negotiation of the Contracts to be brought back to the Port Authority for approval.

There being no public comment, Chairman Baugh closed public comment.

The motion carried 7-0. PA20190606DOC004

4. CONSENT AGENDA PA20190606DOC005

Carlos Buqueras, Executive Director, remarked on the importance of the Mutual Aid

Agreement (Memorandum of Understanding), Item 4.C.

A motion was made by Member Trace and seconded by Member Benac to approve the Consent Agenda, incorporating the language as stated in the recommended motions on the cover sheets for the Consent Agenda.

There being no public comment, Chairman Baugh closed public comment. The motion carried 7-0.

A. MINUTES

Approved Minutes of April 18, 2019, and May 21, 2019

B. BUDGET RESOLUTION

Adopted Budget Resolution PA-19-17, budgeting for the following Capital

Improvements Projects:

Container Yard Expansion – $1,250,000, funded 50 percent each by FDOT and

Port; and

PA MB 18-19/2

JUNE 6, 2019 (Continued)

Berth 4 Improvements – $11,374,166, funded 75 percent by FDOT and

$3,791,389, funded 25 percent by Port PA20190606DOC006

C. MUTUAL AID/MEMORANDUM OF UNDERSTANDING

Approved and authorized the execution of the Memorandum of Understanding for Mutual Aid between participating Florida Seaports; and

Rescinded the Mutual Aid Agreement between participating Florida Ports

(approved 5/21/19) PA20190606DOC007

(End Consent Agenda)

STAFF INTRODUCTION

Virginia Zimmerman, Senior Communications Manager, introduced Caitlin Mullan,

Communications and Marketing Assistant.

PORT AUTHORITY COMMENTS

Member Whitmore sought an update on Port Manatee reserves.

Carlos Buqueras, Executive Director, noted the reserves are currently at $18.7 million, minus the $4 million insulation, based upon the guidelines of the Clerk of the Circuit Court and Comptroller.

Discussion proceeded on how Port Manatee had to borrow money in the past to match grants, financial stability, the importance of FDOT and their partnership, and how the reserves would continue to be replenished in the future.

Mr. Buqueras reported an informal cash flow analysis has been conducted, and there would be minimum impact to the reserves based upon the velocity at which Port Manatee has been able to retain the net cash flow.

ADJOURN

There being no further business, Chairman Baugh adjourned the meeting at 9:22 a.m.

Minutes Approved:

PA MB 18-19/3

June 20, 2019

CONSENT

AGENDA ITEM 2.C: BUDGET RESOLUTION BACKGROUND:

This resolution budgets $70,700 for the roof repairs to warehouse 9 which includes a twenty-year warranty. Also, budgets $20,000 for estimated roof repairs to warehouse 3.

ATTACHMENT:

Budget Resolution PA-19-18.

COST AND FUNDING SOURCE:

Port cash of $90,700

CONSEQUENCES IF DEFERRED:

Delay in budget allocations

LEGAL COUNSEL REVIEW: N/A

RECOMMENDATION:

Move to adopt Budget Resolution PA-19-18.

RESOLUTION PA-19-18

AMENDING THE ANNUAL BUDGET

FOR MANATEE COUNTY PORT AUTHORITY FOR FISCAL YEAR 2018-2019

WHEREAS, Florida Statutes 129.06, authorizes the Manatee County Port Authority to amend its budget for the current fiscal year as follows:

a) Appropriations for expenditures in any fund may be decreased and other appropriations

in the same fund correspondingly increased, provided the total appropriations of the fund are not changed.

b) Appropriations from reserves may be made to increase the appropriation for any particular expense in the same fund, or to create an appropriation in the fund for any lawful purpose.

c) Unanticipated revenues, including increased receipts for enterprise or propriety funds, may be appropriated for their intended purpose, and may be transferred between funds to properly account for the unanticipated revenue.

NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED by the Manatee County Port Authority that the 2018-2019 budget is hereby amended in accordance with Section 129.06, Florida Statutes as described on the attached summary and specified in the budget adjustment batch files which are listed below:

Item No. Batch ID No. Reference No.

1 BAAL062019A BU19000377

ADOPTED with a quorum present and voting this the 20th day of June, 2019.

ATTEST: ANGELINA M. COLONNESO MANATEE COUNTY PORT AUTHORITY

CLERK OF CIRCUIT COURT


By:

BUDGET ADMENDMENT RESOLUTION NO. PA-19-18

AGENDA DATE: June 20, 2019

1) Fund: Port

Section: Port Maintenance

Description: Budgets $90,700 for roof repairs to warehouses 9 and 3.

Batch ID: BAAL062019A Reference: BU19000377

June 20, 2019

CONSENT

AGENDA ITEM 2.D.: DELETION OF PORT ASSETS BACKGROUND:

Assets which are no longer in use due to obsolescence and/or working condition should be removed from the Manatee County Port Authority Fixed Assets Listing as described in the attached list.

ATTACHMENT:

Asset Deletion - June 20, 2019

COST AND FUNDING SOURCE:

N/A.

CONSEQUENCES IF DEFERRED:

Delay in updating property records.

LEGAL REVIEW: N/A

RECOMMENDATION:

Remove the assets as listed in the attached Asset Deletion – June 20, 2019 from the Fixed Assets

Listing.

Asset Deletion - June 20, 2019

Date

Asset # Description Serial/VIN# Purchased Cost Value Status Remarks

29301

SIMPSON WATER SHOT GUN W/HOSE

90076881

3/12/1991

$ 1,750.00

$ -

Blown motor/No longer used

Surplus/Scrap

34464

96 FORD ECONOLINE VAN W/SHELL

1FTEE14Y2THA28997

5/5/1996

$ 16,379.85

$ -

Blown transmission/No longer used

Public Bid

37375

UPS, BATTERY BACKUP

37375

6/26/1998

$ 1,058.33

$ -

No longer used/Obsolete

Surplus/Scrap

39639

TRUCK, 99 FORD EXPLORER, USED

1FMZU32XXXUA64827

9/30/1999

$ 23,000.00

$ -

Need tons of parts/Not working

Public Bid

40832

TRUCK, 2000 FORD F250 SD 4X2/JO

1FTNF20L4YED93834

7/7/2000

$ 18,961.15

$ -

Blown motor/No longer used

Public Bid

41173

VAN, USED 95 FOR E-350

1FDKE7G4SHA61673

9/8/2000

$ 10,268.25

$ -

Rusted body/No longer used

Public Bid

44386

GPS, TRIMBLE PATHFINDER PRO XR

224065062

9/30/2002

$ 10,665.15

$ -

No longer used/Obsolete

Surplus/Scrap

47523

RADIO, JAGUAR 700P-IMMERSIBLE

9013372

3/17/2005

$ 3,340.80

$ -

Obsolete

Surplus/Scrap

47527

RADIO,ORION 870MHZ,MOBILE-SCAN

23505314

3/17/2005

$ 2,833.92

$ -

Obsolete

Surplus/Scrap

47533

RADIO,ORION 870MHZ,MOBILE-SCAN

23505322

3/17/2005

$ 2,833.92

$ -

Obsolete

Surplus/Scrap

47538

RADIO,ORION 870MHZ,MOBILE-SCAN

3/17/2005

$ 2,833.92

$ -

Obsolete

Surplus/Scrap

49052

LAPTOP, DELL NX9600 NOTEBOOK

GR2R591

2/24/2006

$ 2,655.00

$ -

Obsolete

Surplus/Scrap

49711

TRIMBLE DATA COLLECTOR,POCKET

FS74A58140

6/1/2006

$ 1,439.00

$ -

No longer used/Obsolete

Surplus/Scrap

50665

REBOK 9500 TREADMILL

U94131406

2/23/2007

$ 1,822.00

$ -

Broken

Surplus/Scrap

50598

PC, HP COMPAQ DC7600

2UA64808X6

1/8/2007

$ 1,015.00

$ -

Obsolete

Surplus/Scrap

51816

LAPTOP,TOSHIBA TECRA A9

S97081470H

12/13/2007

$ 1,723.53

$ -

Obsolete

Surplus/Scrap

55242

LAPTOP, HP ELITE BOOK 8540W

CND1199VH4

7/5/2011

$ 1,981.48

$ -

Obsolete

Surplus/Scrap

55409

CAPTURE STATION, PARMOBILE

B98PM27A20001172

9/1/2011

$ 18,325.28

$ -

Obsolete

Surplus/Scrap

55410

CAPTURE STATION, PARMOBILE

B98PM27A20001196

9/1/2011

$ 18,325.28

$ -

Obsolete

Surplus/Scrap

55411

CAPTURE STATION, PARMOBILE

B98PM27A20001188

9/1/2011

$ 18,325.28

$ -

Obsolete

Surplus/Scrap

55414

CAPTURE STATION, PARMOBILE

B98PM27A20001189

9/1/2011

$ 18,325.28

$ -

Obsolete

Surplus/Scrap

55415

CAPTURE STATION, PARMOBILE

B98PM27A20001180

9/1/2011

$ 18,325.28

$ -

Obsolete

Surplus/Scrap

55417

RADIO, FUID MESH

1100411279

9/1/2011

$ 3,357.54

$ -

Broken, replaced

Surplus/Scrap

55424

RADIO, FUID MESH

1100411280

9/1/2011

$ 3,357.54

$ -

Broken, replaced

Surplus/Scrap

55427

RADIO, FUID MESH

1100411261

9/1/2011

$ 3,357.54

$ -

Broken, replaced

Surplus/Scrap

55443

WORKSTATION, DELL PRECISION

FQPWMQ1

9/1/2011

$ 16,939.79

$ -

Obsolete

Surplus/Scrap

55445

WORKSTATION, DELL PRECISION

HQPWMQ1

9/1/2011

$ 16,939.79

$ -

Obsolete

Surplus/Scrap

55446

WORKSTATION, DELL PRECISION

JQPWMQ1

9/1/2011

$ 16,939.79

$ -

Obsolete

Surplus/Scrap

55471

CAMERA, AV8185 180 DEGREE

AV8185 11-1A-07-05-C9-D8

9/1/2011

$ 5,056.92

$ -

Broken

Surplus/Scrap

55476

BIOMETRIC CARD READER, BIO BAY

B98BB11A20001139

9/27/2011

$ 4,882.74

$ -

Obsolete

Surplus/Scrap

55478

BIOMETRIC CARD READER, BIO BAY

B98BB11A20001128

9/27/2011

$ 4,882.74

$ -

Obsolete

Surplus/Scrap

55479

BIOMETRIC CARD READER, BIO BAY

B98BB11A20001132

9/27/2011

$ 4,882.74

$ -

Obsolete

Surplus/Scrap

56676

FLUIDMESH, FM3100M

3100201122

1/31/2013

$ 1,502.37

$ 1,277.01

Broken

Surplus/Scrap

56678

FLUIDMESH, FM3100M

3100201140

1/31/2013

$ 1,502.37

$ 1,277.01

Broken

Surplus/Scrap

56688

FLUIDMESH, FM3100M

3100201163

1/31/2013

$ 1,502.37

$ 1,277.01

Broken

Surplus/Scrap

58574

CAMERA, AXIS Q6044 PTZ

00408CF9F2C7

9/16/2014

$ 3,500.51

$ 1,750.25

Broken, replaced with new camera

Surplus/Scrap

58584

CAMERA, AXIS Q6044 PTZ

00408CFB7A42

9/16/2014

$ 3,500.51

$ 1,750.25

Broken, replaced with new camera

Surplus/Scrap

June 20, 2019

AGENDA ITEM 3.: WAREHOUSE 9 ROOF REPAIR CONTRACT AWARD

BACKGROUND:

On May 6, 2019, an invitation to bid was published for repair of warehouse 9 roof which is 17,486 square feet and is leaking in several areas. A mandatory bidder’s meeting was held on May 14, 2019, with five companies in attendance. The lowest, responsive bidder was U.S. Coating Specialists with a bid of $70,700 which includes a 20-year warranty.

ATTACHMENT:

Contract for Warehouse 9 Roof Repair

COST AND FUNDING SOURCE:

$70,700 Port cash

CONSEQUENCES IF DEFERRED:

Delay in project commencement

LEGAL COUNSEL REVIEW: Yes

RECOMMENDATION:

Move to approve and authorize the Executive Director, or in his absence his designee, to execute the contract between the Manatee County Port Authority and U.S. Coating Specialists in the amount of $70,700.00 for warehouse 9 roof repair conditioned upon the receipt of acceptable bonds within 10 days.

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CONTRACT FOR WAREHOUSE

9 ROOF REPAIR PROJECT

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THIS CONTRACT is date4 as.of day- of . in the yeat yand

between. Manatee County Port )\uthority, who$e a.Gidr.s j 300 Tampa: .Bay Wa:yf sJite I,

}'ahttelio, FL . 34 21 _("A':J:ti ofity"), and U.s. Cqe3,tiug Spet;ial,.iiVb6s. aoqr s is

0, F:q.:tmer;s Market Rd. .and. ls Uthori e<J to ,do business .m: the State of· r,1 r.ida

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In ¢onsidetation .of the promises: and mutual .coven, nts ·c-ontiiried in thiS Contract, the.- * rt-ies

hereby agree a. follows: · i 1j'

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1. $cop¢. ot Wo1'k:Contractor;sbaJl complete ail Worb:lescr!bed i:Q. the. attached Scope of W.otk,

at Exhibit A int;tu<lln provtding all. ri,e¢eSs.aryl bor,uipment and materials. . 1 !:

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Tl)eWork W.iU be pQtnpleted within ;:\'{caleiidar days after·bofh Contractor and AuJ:l?.()n tY:·sign

the Contract- and Authority issues. notio<:l to. proceed to C{)rt ractor if Authority issues no i·pe to

proceed wi'thin 45 <lays after Contractor execution of the contract. Time is 9f :the .esse.nce. l [

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2. Payment Terms:

A:uthQtlty shall pay Cont_ractor the following amount.<; for the Work:

A For atl :Ehise-Bid Work; a lump $Utn of: S 7 o. , 70 0.:. 0 0

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B, For ·all Additive Alternate- No. 1 Work,.a lump sum of: $. ----"

c. For all Additive Alternate:No.2 Work, a.lump. sum of: $.'- _

D. For all. Additive. Alternate No. 3 Work,. a lump sum of; $·_---- ··

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ForaH A klWve Alterrta1t N4o Wotk,.a.lump sum oh $ _

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F. For al1-A:dditiv AlternateNo. 5 Work,_,_.alump sum ·of: $'.-- _

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Contractor shall submit applications for payment no more frequently than monthly brokenol wn

into a schedule of value$ 'a:pproveq l?y Authority using the attached form at Exhrbit B. Autp.brity shall make progt:ess paxments based. .0n ContL-a tor's applications for payment :me sured 1\>¥ - the

:$ChediJ!e of values :$ul)iject to :agr ement -on . the leyel of completion Of the Work: Pry,t,r .to

c.0'mpletien of the Wot, 1.0% re ainage will qe w'ithl'iejd from progress _ p!!.ymcnts. Upoi:i !final completioancceptance of the work and re.ceipt of the Contractor'.s Affidav.rt, .Authority sh [- P Y:

in full without retain ge. All atnooots not paid when du·&halL beat interestther te of ief'W (0}

percent pei· annum. ·contractor's acc-eptance of final payment from AutP:onty shallo11st 4te a full wa!vaen_ d releas.e by Contractor of il.ll cHiil'iis against A:utbority arising out of or rela1ii!_g to.

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ln the event that a change in the scop_e of the Work bec,omes necessary due ·to discovery·,; site

conditions tmknown prior to- bidding, the parties shall negdtiatt< in go:od faiti:i to tnakethe- nec* ary

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change.. 1fthe change hr :Scbpe chan.ges the -cost of tbe Wo1 k> the parties shan be entitlteo .a

comtnellSllrate change .in fee. . . II!

3. Contractor's Repriise"ta:tions: Contractor ref1r ents )hat Contnictor is s .tisfied . wth1e

available i11fO.rml!tion.·.af1d.:is (lapa'6le of performing satisfactorily in accordar.ice with the CqM:at,t. Cpntrac;:tor represented that it understands and accepts t!:J:at. this PJoject is fi.J.Qded in part fi·# the

proceeds, of ll.·grant{s.) .from the Florida Department ·of Transportation. Thi& gpmt fundgl is

conditioned .in prot on the Contractor meeting the following x;eqtiivements: . . l il

A.. DBE Policy; The contractor ana subcontraetor shail notdisctl.niinate: on the b is of

rw,olor, nat.ibna1origior $ein the performance of.this Contract. The C a to[W bgll tarry Ol.lf 'apphcabJe requrrements -of 49 CPR part 26 m the award and adm:m1strat t <tln of th,is, co.ntraet. l:?ailur':oy·the Contractor to car-ry out these-requiremclits is <1 mat dal ch

ofthis Contract, whic.;:h t!)ey result in JM tennin:atio:nf this.Contract 6rsuc.h remedY·.the

Au.th.o·.d.ty.. d¢s ap.pr.opriat;e.

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R c n r cto.sn. utilize: tlie U.S. Hdnlelan Secutlty's E-Verify sys.ten to: verirt he

employment eltgtbllity of all ·neW, eployees hu:ed by ijlContr tcrr dur1ng the ter.J111 of

tlli$'onttac.t, and shallxpressly requie ansub o_mraotorperformirrg. Work or prot irtg

serv1ces pursuant to this Coi"ltract tq hk 'lse utrhze the U.S. Department of Honf1and

Se:cqtitsyEVprify.syst rri to ve fy the employment eligibility of all newemployee1ired

by t}le subcohtractor Q.wmg the Contract term. 1 i

C. Contractor understands that: the grant fun{iing is d:epep.dent on :cbrn.ple.tion oftWork within the spe. ified coJlti-a:.ct time and the Contractor agrees to <:otnplete the Work y,i!thin that time. Should the C,ontraotor fail to omplete th"e Work Within tM contrac1ime

sp·eciifted in. section 1 above, lhe Contractor agrees the provisions of

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D. The. Contactor represen'ts that it does nocemploy un uthorizedliens. The Autrity

>Viii _consid¢r the emplo en:by the. C ntra tor of unauthoriz.ed Hens.a violapt. of

Section 274A of the Itnm1gratmn -and Nat!onahty Act and such .YIOlatron will be caus:e for

:pnilate.ra1 canpelation ofthis· Corrtract. · ! ll

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4. Insurance arid Bonding. · ! I!

Ainsurance; C.-ontractor shall ob in in uranccov rage meeting rhe;requir.ements o jPort

Manatee . Tariff Item 250, Insurance,. available online i ! at

http://vrvvpwOltmanatee.c·omJP.qrtalsfO/busrnessffariff/Tariff.pdf Iftbe link has ch tted 1

there should rerharn access. v.ia tbe horoepa:ge atpottinanatee:com. Contractor sha:TI pivide

the Poti Auth:ofityvtith ¢rtllieat:e$·ofinstn:am;:demonstrating compliance-with Tarittfem

250, Insurance. · · · ( Ji

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o; l3ondin. Co tractof will su W,tp·a tnent bond -and pe:.l?rmance bon(,! forth

oontract amount m accordance With Hi Flonda Statutes§ 255.0::> m thfotm of a cash d wos1t

or annual bond e?{ecuted by a.snrety company recognized and authorized to do busins in

the 'Sta e of Fh;rida. the. sutety company m:ust have an A.M. Best Rating of A or bettand

A. M.. Best Financial Size Category of Class Vll or greate.r.,

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s. Cont,ractoris Compliance with the Law. Contractor shall stibmit Certi'fioate of ComPi nce

with .the Flori(laTrencb Safety ;\ct u inthe piqvidec;J: fom1at Exhibit D ifappJlcable. At all

Contractor shall comply with all applicable environmental laws and regulations. ! !:

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A.. Hazardous Co-11dltipns:.' CQ:t tx:a,ctot sball ber. pon:sible f<:>t contaminants brough¥ the

site hG!)ntract(Jror anyone els_e<- for whom Contractor is responsi\;le, and for ){ posts

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of:t:e:Jnpving and. remediaiing .any hazal'douS'nvironm ntl t:a:rre;lition ot:L}ate the

presence of the eonbtrriinants. If 4cmt.ractot di$ ovets a h?z:atdoQenviron+rtal conditiQI1, or f Contralitot or anxon? for whom Contractor is responsible cre tes a hazardous: privin:inmen'tiil condition, then Contractor h ll inimedi!;}:tely·secu: ·the

.coridition, stop all Wotkin connection with the copdition nd n9tltyA. u hDtity: Authbr!ty maytnece aora9t'icin. ifCt;mtracto.r.: is notte'sppns1:bl'e or if'Conttactor isrespo ibl and At,1tho.d.cyin_ot Slltisfied With Contractor's ll,ction and specify'any speeiai coni1ons

under which the Work rriav be resumed, Contrac.tor s.h. all·n-ot n:sume, Wotk .unti.l a. ftIdIr the

necessru:y response has bn comple_ted and Authority has auth6ti:zed Contrac 9r to

r um:e tb viotk.. If Contractor is t;esponsfule forthe haz.arclous environment.al·con, ltjon

in question; then Authority may impose a set-off against payments to. acco.unt

associated costs

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B. Tot:\Je fullest:?Xlent permitted by the law, Contractor shal1 indemnify and hold ha+#Iess Authority and its officers; directors, members; prutner; employees,gents, consU $tnts, and subcontractors- of each and any of, them froni qnd against aii claims, costs, ses,

and damages (jnoluding :but . not limited to all fees and charges of engineers, arch-e!tts;

attorneys, and o.ther· professiohals and all court or arbitration OT other dispute reso tion

costs) arising out of or relating to the faih.treo control,. con'!:airne,mopr ve a contatljlr rnt

brought to. the: site by-Gonttactor o:t by atiyone for who;m Conttactor is responsiblel pr to

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a hazardous environmental c.Olidition created by Contractor or by anyone for y.jhom

Contractor- is responsible; _or te th:e_ performa:nce of the Wor'k to- the ex-tent usedq)}' ::my

negligent act or omission uf Contractor or anyone for whose acts Contractor mfabe

. . . . . tl; liabk This indemnification shall not be lirt:t,ited by- any limitation under workers' c()mpen$ation acts, dissbilicy benefit acts, or- other employee l;>enefit acts. ! rnis

iridemnitication shall survive expiration oi termination of this contract ! ji

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6. Indem,nificati(jll:T9 th:fullee;x.tent p.ermitted by tlte law, Coritra tot shall indemnriJ: and hold harmless Authodty and. its officers, directorsmembers. ·partners, erpptoyee$, agprti$, constiltants., and subcontt·actors of ea-chmdany oftherri f!'ori'Lal1d agains-t all daims, costs 1 1 ses; and. damag(inclucl:ing IJI!t not lirrl:ited to: atl fees and -ch rges of'engineers, architects: a:ttof1cys, and.oth¢1' profeSSionals and all court or arbitration or other dispute resolution· costs) arisi11gp tof ot relating to tbe performance of the Scope of Work to thextent caused byay negligent or oinission of Contractor or anyone for whose acts Contractm may be liable or the Contra,b or's heirs; subcontrf}ctors, empio}'ees, _agents-, or invitees acts or orttissions. on .Port p_roperly. [ f:rhis

.indemnification will not be limited by any limitation under workers' compensatioi1 acts, dis ility

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P.en fit acts,·other employe benefit .acts or any .amounts of instlrance. This indemnifica:tidd will

surviye·on yea:t followi'ri& tbexpiJ:ation or terinination ofthis contract . ! jl ·.

This :inde n ftcation shall . survivt:he t?rn:t1U tioofthis Cohttact:othi'ng ont ined 'this

par graph-t$1ntenderl to nor.shall1t censW:ute a WaiVer ofthe Aothonty:s:sover.elgn immu 1j!y.

In any attd all claims irtst the :f!.uthdrity oi any of their officers, directors, members; paH ers, einpJoyeesagents, consu tants; QNI;lbCOnttactOrs by a"!t)r einployee. (pr tQe survivorpef OnaJ

ep e erttattvee:f sqh etnpTo ¢ ), of the. Contractor,.any Subcontractor;, any Sapphet; 111 any

mdrndual or ent1tydrrectly:ot md1tectly employed by any oftherri to perform any ofthe SCQP,1e. or

·anyone for whosf};apts. any of them may be liablthis Indemnification obligation shall Mt be lhl't ed i!l y- wy by anyymit-atitm on theaJn tmt odype, of dam escom e s-ap n, ar b ¢ ts p<!yiible by or for the Contractor or any S!!ch S:ubcontractor, Supp,her, or .other mdtvtdual. or1t1ty underworkers' coitl:- tt$atlQn act:; <lisability be efi .actso;; ther ml.oyee benefit acts. 1\l .·

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consh::lerati6.ns for Contractor's promises are; . I 11

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L Ten dollars ( }0..00) and othe.r. valuab]e. consideration, in hand paid h)l Autl rity,

.Engin.eer; and Engineer's ernployees to Co tta-ctor; receipt whereof is beteby acknowle; ged

and tahd;;¢quacy of which Contractor aocepts as complete[y fulfiHmg the ob)igatis of Aut ority,. Engineer, . and Engineer's employees under the requirements of Section 7¥·06, Flpn.dStatutes, and; i ,1

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2. The entry {If Authority and Contractor info thrs c.o.ntract because, but for Contr qtor's

:promises as c mfalned heTein; Authority would not :have eptet.e:d int.o the consttf tion

contract with{ ontra¢to '. · 1 ;!

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7,. Subcont:ractors. Contractor will require that any subcontractors comply with a.ll ternH apd

on.ditions of Con,ttaacn: Q. all federal.,_ state and locall ws and: ?ula io,ns appH:able this

project.In additiont Contractor a.grees to mcludthe follo.wmg provtsiOn(s):mall of 11:$ co ttacts

W.ith. its su.b«6i1' tta:¢tors who- peifotm w:Ork iri connection with this Contract: \i

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'"To . thftiUest exte.nt pern ltted by the .law,. Subcontractor shall indemnjfy an4lold

hariXI.less· the. AuthotJty and 1ts- offioer,s, dtr ctqrs, mm.bcq;, p{lrtncrs, cmployct:s, pnts,. consultants, and sub.contractors of eaeh and any of them and the State of Department of Transportatio.n, including the Department 1s officers nd emptoye«s{ Wtom

liabilities damages, losses and costs inctud;ing, but·p.ot limited toreas·onabl¢.attornC yfC es, to the extent·yause.d y the negligen:ce, reckle ne;;s intentiona1wrongfui miscon pt of

the Subcontra<;,tor ah<:l p rs.ons. employed ot· utthzed b:y the Subcontractor the

Perfonnance of this- Contract. this indemnification sha· ll suntive the termjna. tioit 0IfIi: this

Contta-c.t. Nothingwntaind in (bls.:p<iragt. ph is ip.ten.ded to.nor shall it constitute a t iver

of the $q .te o:fFl<ln<ia·or the Authority's spv.ereign immuriity . . . !, Iij

'TheSubeontrMtor wHl not discniminaont· e bases of race, col r., n-ational origin H·sex

m the award and perfor-1.nance of co.l);tracts, entered p :sua,nt to this: Contract., ! li

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"Subcontractor understands and will Comply with Section 20,055(5) ofthe Florida sMutes

and thereby 'agrees -to coop·er.awith tbe iJ:lsp'ectot- geperai in ariy investigation,

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.inspe tl.Qn,r v.iew, orhe-aring:pursp ntto that sectit n.n · IIi

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'J. s;. Contract , Do u,mi:lntCunsiituti11g ·· Entire CPittract. The .following: documenrlsli are incorporated and made part.of this·Contract; . Ii i!!:

i, Th)CoJltract W hb:uS:e .9 R6.ofRepalr. i !:

2. EXhibit A: Scope of Wctrk

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3. Exhibit B: Apl?lication for Payment Form. ! !l

4. Exhibit C: Contractqt's Affidavit:Form ! i!

5. Exhibit D:Certificate of Compliance with the FloridTi:ettch Sa:fety Act. i l:

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6; Exhibit E: Qp'ote Form Executed . . . j

7. Bicl Documents, which 1nc1Qde the Contractors Bid. Any provisions in tli- bid ·

s'ubmittal othe.r thaii the information specifically requested are not part ofthis·Contra nd

will beomitted·or str.fcken; . . . i r

&.· · InvitationtoBid,. ITBNo. ITB# -- '1-0 2viC1/t,r !jl

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All exhibits may aiso be coHectiveiy refen·ed t0 as the "DocumentsY

9. Bid lnst ciions•.

n. Bottd($)·

12. Drawings.

l3. A(id uda(nu.m e:ts f_ :to i,.mcltisive)-

14. Subcont actor list.

15. Pocl.1ri'lentation of '¢hahges m:i.1tUi\1Jy :l,greed upon aftc'lr Contract e¥eeution.

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There:are no.(::ontra:ctT)ocurri:ent:S other than those Usted above. i 1:

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.9. Termination.. t.Jpon 24 hours wdttt;n notice (may be d¢1ivered by electronic mailpj: the Authority may terminate this Contract wjthout caltse. In such ca.se, the: Cqntractor would blpaid for :Cotnpleted ac epteci wotk and expei:rSes for . materials and equipment sustaii1ed prior the

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notie of tetm:ination. .cmtractot ll not be paid folos of anticipated opverrohela<i,or

revenue orother economtc loss arrsmg out of su(;h tertmnat10n. t !;

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1.0. Sovereign Immunity. The Authority expressly retains all r ghis, benefitand';tnmuni is d[

sovereign irinnunityin accord n'lce vvith Section 76828, Florida Statues. Notwithstanding an)i'1jhing

set f01th. in any .sectio-narticle, 6.r paragraph of this Contract to the· contrary; which may ha:v+ eet'1

adopted by the Florida Legislature or may be adopted by the Florida Legislature, and the c, p on

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the amountand Jiability of the Authority for damages, attorney fees oand costs, regardless !dr the

number 9t:oatute of clainis i'n tox:t, equity pr ¢.on.tta t, shall ndt exceed the·doUar: amount setthe

Flor-ida.Le-gisl tw:.e f();r tort. Nothig in this Contractsballinureto the benefit ofarty third paftoir

purpo 9fU.

owi $yH: ail against the,Allth?l:it:y wMch would otherwise be barredt!l det

the Doctnne ofSoveretgn Immtmrty:or epera.t:ian of.Jaw; . . j!

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U. . l.>up.lk Rec·orqs. AU comrh uts.. pap.ers. letters;. maps, oQoks, photogr.apbs, .films, und

r ¢on:l;i'ng:?., .da.ta p .ocessing; software, or bthet· mater.ial, r.egardless .of the ph sicai orm.

cha. .r.lic:ten.st1"0;or means of......._...nsf!.,1.iss1ort, rnad. e or rece,.,v. pdur$'\.!ant to .aw1 .

or ·atd"m. an.cem! .I

conn:ection v.ritl) tl:t t.ransac(icl.1 of offl¢ial bu$in:ess by .thAuthOrity<-are· public records ?t the

Authodty.in a, Q:!;d¢·with the Fl<)J:ida; Constitution and Flo.rida Statutes. Every per$on Iitlte

rjght to x:amine,i_ 1Spec.t .a cl/or ':opy any . such public re.cords no pecifi;c;<ll1}' in de eH Pt therefrom. by proVISIOns oftne Flctlda Statutes. Any financtal pr pr:ophetacy l.l:lformation rl:(l ting tq the ?ohtr tor transrt1itted to the Authcdty may be a publk recod subject to disclosu.11l to a ·

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The Contra:ctqr agrees to cornpl.yvith:thFi®cla f>uhJk R ords. Ac.t:,. as applicable, .includi·but

not Jjmh'e'd to. Section l19..070J ofthe Florida Statutes, Documents. which are con ered pi!rblic

records herein under Florida law ·Include; but are not limited to; records telated to the tty, management and implementation of the COT}tract itself; ema11s/C<;>t.tespondertce benve i the Authority iltld the Contractor related to the Conttact; emails or correspondence from all··ther

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entities rel ted to the Contract (Le.subcontractors 1 suppliers, vendors,. etc.); bllli:ng ,an.d·rpXated

documents;. plans or other documents that may be nec saty, .reports, etc.; :$l.lbcontr;ictsa\1,all

vendor invoict;:s.The Contractorgre¢s7 to the ex.te[ltqt. ufred by Jaw, o: ! !I

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1. Keep anc:l maintain public: rect: tdthat ordiriarily an'necessarily woiibe

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2 Prov)de the ppQlip With ccess to the pilblic recor<'!S.: th'td.er the samet! r.ms

and conditi¢ns that tlie Authoiity would provide the records and ajt!cost

that does not exceed the cost provided for by law; ! :l

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3. Ensure that the public. rec.ords that are exempt or confidentialand ef. mpt

from public;. record. diseloslire requirements, not disclosed, exctt as

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4, Mt all req\.xjtWJeilts where retairied public records and-ira'nsfer, at no cb, t; to the· Autl).onty, all public Icecol·ds in possession of the Contrl!ctor,! po.n

tel'niina:tien .or completion of the Contract and destroy any duplicate p blic

recq:ds that areeX:eP1pt or cqnfidential, or exempt from ptibl{c record dis9t sure

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Furtb¢rmore, the Coritractur agrees that all records stored electron'ic Uy shaH be providedthe

Authority in afonnaqhat is,cotnpatilJ.Iewltb, the i'lJfotm on te.chntHozy systems of the A. rity, The·¢tJiitr cto:r:-;;haJ1tom.pt!Y pr0¥ide the Authority with a :copy of any requesHo inspect orit;;p,y pu.blicrecords·that C{)ntractor receives· and .a.copy of the. Con radot'$·t :;sp:cmse to . ea-c:b t est, Th:Contractonmde:rstands and a ces that fajlure t<:> provideaCc'essto the·public..records: SBI be

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.RECORDS AT T1iE AUTRO:RITY .AT (941) 722-; ll, TJ).Al:JGliERTY@PORTMANAT.EKCOM, 200 TAMPA .BAY W Y; PALMETTO, FL 34221. ! !i

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BEEN Ai>vxsED. T:o sEEKJ? OFE$s.rorx4:L. ])VICE Wtrn REG.AiW TO P :U,c

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b.etWeen.the Parties. It is the Parties1intention that the Contractor, its empJ\}yees, sub-cqntrH'Wrs,

:rt;:presentatives, vohmteer-s, and the like, will be an independent contractor and notan emploe of

the Authority f?r.all , purposes, i:ncluding, bD:t ot Hmited to, ihapp1jcatio? of the foUo:wip. a$ amended:: the Fatr La:Por Standards Act mmJmUI)l wag' and overtmte :pay.me;ntS, the Fp eral hisurance Contribution Ac.tthe Social Security Athe FederaJ Unemploy.n:tent Tax A¢1!.\ the

prov.isions of:the Ii1 e nnJ.Revenue Code, the State. pf Rodda t-¢venue and taxation laws; thq tate of Flor:ida. WQtkers' compensation la:vvs, the .State ofFlotida . uheinploym.ent in,sutl;!lice lawJi anP thelorida.: Retirement Systm- be*efits. the:Contractor will retain sole and absolute d!s r.e i?n in the JUdSITient on the manner and mean$ of carrying out th¢. Contractor's actfVttres:i and

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Florida;. Venue for the pt1rposes of<my suit, action, or. other preceding arising q$: of,

or relating to·. this .Contract wiJI be solely within the Twelfth Jut;Ikial Circuit,. irt a :for

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any disputethatocct rbsetvt..een ihPatiies,.which results: in _ litigation .and a subsd$ent

awat<l qt decJ;¢¢ :ag_a,lhst eitltet. part>' it is a,gre.ed that etttitlemeti:t to post jud# nt

interest to·either partyand theiritorney will b.e fiXed b:Y :th:e ptoper·coutt at :a t te .of

5%per annum simple·inte.rest. Uncier nq clrct.iri:istan<;:.:es Wil'li-ther party. be enti Id .to

pre jilaw nfiuter st -a.·the Pa.rties·e ptessly acknowledge to the extent alJo-vY:p b;Y

ra:v d1 y hereby opt out of-any provislon offederal or ·state stahltes no oin agrf)l nt

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under any law will be d emed stticl(enand all remaining prDvisic:m-s will -contie to

be v?li'd lUid. bi.p.dirtg upori the Patties. The Patties agree that tbis Contract ·\\hh·be

refCirmetto replace such stdcken provision or partthereofw1ti). a valid -and enfot4 abie-

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Section .2:0:055(5) of the Florida Statutes, and thereby agree .to cooperate withe

inspector genera1 in any inv¢stigation,.audit, hispeetion, revie....V1 or hearing pursu*t to

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the Authodif s written-'con&ent,·i's void.Tl-le Cc:>ntractor sl:ral L require all subcontr1tors adhere to tilapprop.riate provision$ ofthis tontract.anq the m'ilizaiion of anY.] *uch subconna"Qtor by t!\· dontra¢to:r win no.t.-relieve me Contractor from any. :tiab-nhy or responsibility to the Authority ·pursuant to the provisionr;. of this Contract. The B !Jiies

gree that _in any event of litigation_c rt eming tlw c;onstn qti_on of this ContrHt

mterpretatio!t of any Jartguage u-s:eci J_n thrs Contract, that tiJIS Contract and any!qJts prov>siohs will not be construed a.g inst th.e Authodty by virtue of this Contn1cyt ing, bee-tt drafted by the Authority. i l!

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the Patt.ies.. Paragraph headings are rnserted for convenience ortl y qdo not con jtute

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e:oJidmo.ns oftheCon:tr:act.wlllnetther be deemed.a wa1ver ofsuclt, nor wlll any .-.-h,r;JVer

or relinquishmeni of such right or power at any time, be taken<> .be a wa:i'verjany

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ATl.EST:ANGELINA."A"NGEL" COLONESSO

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CERTIFICATE OF LIABILITY INSURANCE 6113/2019

Producer: Plymouth Insurance Agency This Certificate is issued as a matter of information only and confers no

2739 U.S. Highway 19 N. rights upon the Certificate Holder. This Certificate does not amend,extend or alter the coverage afforded by the policies below.

Holiday, FL 34691

(727) 938-5562 Insurers Affording Coverage NAIC #

Insurer A: Lion Insurance Company 11075

Insured: South East Personnel Leasing, Inc. & Subsidiaries

2739 U.S. Highway 19 N. Holiday, FL 34691

Coverages

Insurer 8: Insurer C: Insurer D: Insurer E:

The policies of insurance listed below have been issued to the insured named above for the policy period indicated. Notwithstanding any requirement. tenm or condition of any contract or other document with respect to which this certificate may be issued or may pertain. the insurance afforded by the policies described herein is subject to all the tenms. exdusions. and conditions of such policies. Aggregate limits shown may have been reduced by paid daims.

INSR ADDL LTR INSRD

Type of Insurance Policy Number

Policy Effective Policy Expiration Limits

Date Date

(MM/DDIYY) (MM/DDIYY)

C>_ENERAL LIABILITY Each Occurrence

Commercial General Liability Damage to rented premises (EA Claims Made Occur occurrence)

- Med Exp

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eneral aggregate limit applies per:

Personal Adv Injury

CJ Policy

D Project D LOG

General Aggregate

Products - Comp/Op Agg

UTOMOBILE LIABILITY Combined Single Limit

r- Any Auto

1- All Owned Autos

1-- Scheduled Autos

(EA Accident) Bodily Injury (Per Person)

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1EXCESS/UMDBRELLA LIABILITY Each Occurrence

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A Workers Compensation and we 71949 01/01/2019 01/01/2020 x Iwe Statu- I IOTH- Employers' Liability tory Limits ER

Any proprietor/partner/executive officer/member E.L. Each Accident $1.000.000

excluded? NO E.L. Disease - Ea Employee $1.000.000

If Yes, describe under special provisions below.

E.L. Disease- Policy Limits $1,000,000

Other Lion Insurance Company is A.M. Best Company rated A (Excellent). AMB # 12616

Descriptions of Operations/LocationsNehicles/Exclusions added by Endorsement/Special Provisions: Client 10: 90-65-406

Coverage only applies to active employee(s) of South East Personnel Leasing, Inc. & Subsidiaries that are leased to the following "Client Company": US Coating Specialists LLC

Coverage only applies to injuries incurred by South East Personnel Leasing, Inc. & Subsidiaries active employee(s), while working in: FL. Coverage does not apply to statutory employee(s) or independent contractor(s) of the Client Company or any other entity.

A list of the active employee(s) leased to the Client Company can be obtained by faxing a request to (727) 937-2138 or email certificates@lioninsurancecompany.com

Project Name:

ISSUE 08-02-18 (RK). REISSUE 06-13-19 (SS)

CERTIFICATE HOLDER CANCELLATION

Beqin Date: 4/16/2018

MANATEE COUNTY PORT AUTHORITY Should any of the above described policies be cancelled before the expiration date thereof. the issuing insurer will endeavor to mail 30 days written notice to the certificate holder named to the left, but failure to do so shall impose no obligation or liability of any kind upon the insurer. its agents or representatives.

300 TAMPA BAY WAY -

PALMETIO, FL 34221 /.)""•··v- -'""1 - ----·

ACORD® CERTIFICATE OF LIABILITY INSURANCE I

COVERAGES CERTIFICATE NUMBER· CL1822738045 REVISION NUMBER:

THIS IS TO CERTIFY THAT THE POLICIES OF INSURANCE LISTED BELOW HAVE BEEN ISSUED TO THE INSURED NAMED ABOVE FOR THE POLICY PERIOD INDICATED. NOTWITHSTANDING ANY REQUIREMENT, TERM OR CONDITION OF ANY CONTRACT OR OTHER DOCUMENT WITH RESPECT TO WHICH THIS CERTIFICATE MAY BE ISSUED OR MAY PERTAIN, THE INSURANCE AFFORDED BY THE POLICIES DESCRIBED HEREIN IS SUBJECT TO ALL THE TERMS, EXCLUSIONS AND CONDITIONS OF SUCH POLICIES. LIMITS SHOWN MAY HAVE BEEN REDUCED BY PAID CLAIMS.

INSR TYPE OF INSURANCE

POLICY NUMBER

)bg llt 2h % l LIMITS

COMMERCIAL GENERAL LIABILITY EACH OCCURRENCE s 1,000,000

CLAIMS-MADE OCCUR :S Yta"c: ncel s 50,000

Contractual Liabilty Insurance MED EXP (Any one person) s 5,000

A - RBS0019523 02/26/2019 02/26/2020 PERSONAL & ADV INJURY s 1,000,000

GEN'LAGGREGATE LIMIT APPLIES PER: GENERAL AGGREGATE s 2,000,000

POLICY Dj & DLOC PRODUCTS·COMP/OP AGG s 1,000,000

OTHER: s

AUTOMOBILE LIABILITY fE ; tFINGLE LIMIT s

ANY AUTO BODILY INJURY (Per person) s

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AUTOS ONLY AUTOS

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OFFICER/MEMBER EXCLUDED?

(Mandatory in NH) E.L. DISEASE - EA EMPLOYEE s

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DESCRIPTION OF OPERATIONS below E.L. DISEASE- POLICY LIMIT s

DESCRIPTION OF OPERATIONS I LOCATIONS /VEHICLES (ACORD 101, AdditionalRemarks Schedule,may be attached if more space is required)

CERTIFICATE HOLDER CANCELLATION

SHOULD ANY OF THE ABOVE DESCRIBED POLICIES BE CANCELLED BEFORE THE EXPIRATION DATE THEREOF, NOTICE WILL BE DELIVERED IN

Manatee County Port Authority ACCORDANCE WITH THE POLICY PROVISIONS.

300 Tampa Bay way, Suite 1

AUTHORIZED REPRESENTATIVE

Palmetto FL 34221 f?JdJ/l4.

© 1988-2015 ACORD CORPORATION. All rights reserved.

ACORD 25 (2016/03)

The ACORD name and logo are registered marks of ACORD

Exhibit A- SCOPE OF WORK WAREHOUSE 9 ROOF REPAIR

All Work under the Scope of Work is complete only upon satisfaction of the Authority. Total roof area: 17,486 square feet.

Contractor shall:

Coordinate staging and work with the Port to avoid or minimize impact to building use.

Confirm all work and materials are acceptable to every material manufacturer as appropriate for the application and warranty and compatible with all of the other materials.

Clean the roof surface by pressure-washing and using a solvent-based cleaner/degreaser. Secure any loose wall components and membrane.

Cut all blisters observed and seal with GacoPatch or approved equivalent.

Seal around all penetration points with GacoPatch or approved equivalent. Prime the entire surface using an approved primer and allow to cure.

Seal the entire roof with an approved high-solids silicone sealant to the dry mil-thickness

recommended by the manufacturer. Hand-detail along the edges to avoid overspray. Make sure there is no overspray on vehicles. The dry mil-thickness may vary by warranty term. Specify the dry mil-thickness associated with each bid warranty-term alternative.

Warranty the system against leaks for the term covered by the selected bid. Return to repair leaks that occur within the applicable term after the repair is completed.

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Exhibit C - CONTRACTOR'S AFFIDAVIT

STATE OF FLORIDA MANATEE COUNTY

Before me, the undersigned authority, personally appeared ----------­

_, who, being duly sworn, deposes and says of his or her personal knowledge that:

1. He or She is the

hereinafter referred to as the Contractor.

of ,, which does business m the State of Florida,

2. Contractor, pursuant to contract with the Manatee County Port Authority, hereinafter referred to as "Authority", has furnished or caused to be furnished labor, materials, and services for the construction of certain improvements to real property located in Manatee County, Florida as more particularly set forth in said contract.

3. Said improvements have been fully completed and the Contract For Warehouse 9 Roof Repair ("Construction Contract") entirely performed to the final stage of pay out as prescribed in the Construction Contract between Contractor and Authority, and that alllienors as defined by Chapter 713, Florida Statutes, have been paid all sums due them up to the date of this Affidavit except the following ones who are due the respective amounts set opposite their respective names:

Amount

4. There is now due Contractor a Final Payment for the payout stage mentioned above under the Construction Contract in the amount of$ , leaving the amount of$ to be paid upon completion of all punch list items; that Contractor has in no way assigned, pledged, or hypothecated the Construction Contract or any amount due or to become due thereunder; that payment to Contractor of said sum shall constitute a full release by Contractor of any and all claims arising out of the Construction Contract.

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5. Contractor has not entered into any agreement by which any security interest under the Uniform

Commercial Code has attached to the above described property.

6. Affiant is an officer of the Contractor hav)ng personal knowledge of the foregoing facts and duly authorized to execute this Affidavit.

7. This Affidavit is made for the purpose of inducing Authority to pay and disburse the Final Payment for the final stage of pay out of the Construction Contract hereinabove mentioned.

CONTRACTOR

BY:

FOR:

Sworn to and acknowledged before me this day of , 20_, by


of , a Florida corporation, on behalf of the corporation. He/she is personally known to me or has produced

a Florida driver's license as identification.

, Notary Public, Commission No. _

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Exhibit D - TRENCH SAFETY SWORN STATEMENT

The Occupational Safety and Health Administration excavation safety standards, 29 CFR 1926.650

Subpart P trench safety standards will be in effect during the period of construction of the Project.

Bidder acknowledges and issues this sworn statement that included in the Bid Price are costs for complying with the Florida Trench Safety Act (90-96, Laws of FL) effective October 1 , 1990, and hereby gives assurance that, if awarded the Contract, the Contractor or Subcontractor performing trench excavation work on the Project will comply with the applicable trench safety standards. The Bidder further identifies the costs as follows:

Trench Safety Item (Description) Cost

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TOTAL$

THIS IS NOT A PAY ITEM: The purpose ofthis form is to gather information on the costs associated with trench safety measures and to insure that the Bidder has considered these costs and included them in the Total Estimated Base Bid and the Total Estimated Additive Alternate Bid. Company will not receive additional payment if actual quantities differ from those estimated or if the Company uses a safety measure different than those listed.

The undersigned assures that the entity will comply with the applicable Trench Safety Standards and agrees to indemnify and hold harmless the Authority and Engineer, and any of their agents or employees from any claims arising from the failure to comply with said standard. The undersigned, in submitting this Bid, represents that he has reviewed and considered all available geotechnical information and made such other investigations and tests as he may deem necessary to adequately design the trench safety system he will utilize on this project.

FAILURE TO COMPLETE THE ABOVE SHALL RESULT IN THE BID BEING DECLARED NON-RESPONSIVE.

DATE: 5_13_1_12_0_1_9 _

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Exhibit E- Bid Worksheet

Roof repairs for Warehouse 9 of 17,486 square feet. Includes work and warranty as specified in Exhibit A Scope of

Work.

Alternative 1: For all Work and a 10-year warranty:

Dry thickness of seal-coatingm: Lump sum fee: $62,300.00 .

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Time from Notice to Proceed (NTP) to completion of work: _7 fair-weather days.

Alternative 2: For all Work and a 15-year warranty:

Dry thickness of seal-coatingm: il. Lump sum fee: $ 66, 675.00 .

Time from Notice to Proceed (NTP) to completion of work: _7 fair-weather days.

Alternative 3: For all Work and a 20-year warranty:

Dry thickness of seal-coatingm: Lump sum fee: $ 70·700·00 .

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Time from Notice to Proceed (NTP) to completion of work: _7 _ fair-weather days.

Owner 5/31/2019

Signature:

Title:

Date:

U.S. Coating Specialists

Company Name:

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1. INTRODUCTION

BID INSTRUCTIONS

1.1 Procuring Agency
Port Manatee is one of the largest of Florida's fourteen deep-water seaports. Governed by the seven-member Manatee County Port Authority, Port Manatee is the community's gateway to international trade and commerce. Located on over 1,100 acres, Port Manatee is the hub for a wide variety of agricultural and industrial commodities, including forestry products, fruits and vegetables, citrus juices, aluminum, steel, paper products, petroleum products, natural gas, cement, construction-grade aggregate and fertilizer.
1.2 Definitions
Words and terms in this ITB will be given their ordinary and usual meanings, and all meanings shall be applicable to the singular and plural forms of the words and terms. For the purposes of this ITB, the following words and terms shall have the meanings indicated:
"Agency" means Manatee County Port Authority.
"Bid" or "Bid Document" means the complete response of a Bidder, including all required documentation, submitted on the approved forms and setting forth the Bidder's prices for providing the commodities described in the ITB.
"Bidder" means any individual, company, corporation or other entity that responds to this ITB. "Board" means the Manatee County Port Authority governing body.
"Calendar of Events" means the official schedule of events, deadlines and dates shown on the cover of this ITB.
"Contract" means the contract awarded to a Bidder under this ITB.
"Contractor" or "Vendor" means a Bidder that is awarded a Contract under this ITB. "Executive Director" means the Manatee County Port Authority Executive Director.
"Interested Bidder" means any individual, company, corporation or other entity that is included on a solicitation list, requested a Bid package or attended a Bidders' meeting (if a Bidders' meeting is scheduled as part of this ITB).
"Invitation to Bid (ITB)" means this document including appendices, addenda, revisions and/or attachments.

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"Lowest Responsive Responsible Bidder" means the Bidder that submits the lowest dollar Bid and has demonstrated its ability and willingness to meet the conditions and specifications of this ITB and the Bidder who has the capability in all respects to perform the contract requirement and the integrity and reliability that will assure good faith performance.

"Purchasing Manager" means the person identified on the cover of this ITB who has been designated by the Agency to manage this ITB.

"State" means the State of Florida.

1.3 Scope ofWork

The Manatee County Port Authority (MCPA) is inviting qualified contractors interested in (Insert type of construction). The Scope of Work is included in Exhibit A. You are bidding on the identified Scope of Work. No deviations are permitted.

Submit your bid for the Scope of Work using the Bid Form. Include all of the work in the bid prices. Include in your bid the time to completion from notice to proceed as well. Bidders will plan the work and field verify existing conditions and actual distances before bidding. Bidders are encouraged to observe the work site before quoting, including the underwater portions. Bidders must coordinate their visits with the Purchasing Manager listed in this ITB.

Bidders will be solely responsible for complying with the Florida Trench Safety Act and Occupation Safety and Health Administration excavation safety standards and any costs associated with these requirements must be included in the Bid and detailed in the Certificate of Compliance with the Florida Trench Safety Act Form.

1.4 Bidder Requirements

Bidders must meet all of the vendor requirements set forth in Section 5. Additionally, Bidders must provide the following information as an attachment to their bid submission:

1) Bidder's license number and years of business under the license number.

2) Does the Bidder have a Drug-Free Workplace Program pursuant to s. 287.087, Fla.

Stat.? If so, please complete Drug Free Business Form.

3) Bidder must provide the name, address and telephone number of 3 business references.

4) Bidder must identify if it has any of the following certifications and if so, proof of

such:

1. Disadvantage Business Enterprise ii. Minority Business Enterprise

iii. Woman Owned Enterprise

iv. Small Business Enterprise

5) Bidder must provide bonding information, including Bonding Company and its address, Bonding Agent and its address, contact name and telephone number. Please include aggregate Bonding Capacity and available bonding capacity as of the date of submission of the Bid.

6) Bidder must provide certain financial informat-ion, including its financial institution name, address, account manager, and phone. Also attach audited balance sheet for each of the last three years.

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7) Bidder must identify its construction experience including:

1. Number of years of experience in the proposed type and size of construction work identified in this bid.

ii. The construction experience of the principal individuals at your organization.

111. A list of the most recent projects the bidder's organization has had in construction work of similar type and size.

iv. A list of any other projects bidder believes would be of interest.

8) Bidder must answer the following questions:

1. Has the firm ever failed to complete a construction contract awarded to it?

If yes, please explain why.

11. Has a representative of the firm personally inspected the site? If so, who and do you anticipate any problems or concerns? How do you plan to overcome these?

111. Has any corporate officer, partner, joint venture participant, or proprietor ever failed to complete a construction contract awarded to them in their name or when acting as a principle of another entity? If so, why?

IV. Are there any judgments, claims, disputes or litigation pending or outstanding involving the firm or any of its officers? If yes, then please provide details of such litigation.

9) Who is the Contractor's Safety officer?

1. Please list all OSHA citations and notifications of penalty received within the last 5 years.

ii. Please list all of the safety citations or violations received within the last 5 years.

iii. Please provide Contractors workers compensations Experience

Modification Rate for the last 5 years.

IV. Please provide the Days Away from Work, Days of Restricted Work Activity, or Job Transfer (DART) incidence rate for the particular industry or type of Work to be performed by Contract and subcontractors for the last

5 years.

1 0) Please list all major equipment that the Contractor owns or leases and designate which is available for use on this project.

1.5 Delivery

All fees must be included in base price and prices are firm and are to be F.O.B. Destination, delivered to the Manatee County Port Authority, 300 Tampa Bay Way, Suite 1, Palmetto, FL,

34221.

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1.6 Amendments to Solicitation Documents

The Agency reserves the right to issue amendments to the solicitation. Notice of any amendment will be posted on the Port Manatee website- www.portmanatee.com. Such notice, if required, will contain the appropriate details for identifying the changes to the solicitation. Each bidder is responsible for monitoring the website for new or changing information concerning the solicitation. If a bidder registers its contact information with the Purchase Manager before the deadline for registration in the Calendar of Events, then the Purchasing Manager will provide amendments to the solicitation to the bidder at its registered contact email. Registration of contact information is offered as a convenience to the bidder and does not relieve the bidder from its responsibility to monitor the website for new or changing information concerning the solicitation.

1.7 Specification Exceptions, Omissions, or Errors

Specifications are based on the most current literature available. Bidder shall notify the Agency, through e-mail notification or by attending the Pre-Bid Conference prior to bid opening, of any change, omission or error in the manufacturer's specifications, which conflict with the bid specifications.

1.8 Option/Warranty Pricing

Bidder shall disclose any manufacturer warranty provided on any materials procured in the base project and any of the submitted options. Any violations of this requirement, or any awarded integrator determined to be charging agencies an additional price for manufacturer included warranties, will be subject to withdrawal from the bid at the contract manager's discretion.

2. BID PROCEDURES AND INSTRUCTIONS

2.1 Reasonable Accommodations

The Agency will provide reasonable accommodations, including the provision of informational material in an alternative format, for individuals with disabilities upon request. If you need information in an alternative format or accommodations at a Bid opening or at a Bidder meeting, contact the Purchasing Manager.

2.2 Bid Contents and Delivery Requirements

Bidders shall submit an original Bid document of the Bid document by the Bid Due Date in the Calendar of Events to the Purchasing Manager via USPS, hand delivery or E-Bidding via DemandStar.
All Bids must be packaged (envelope or box), sealed and show the following information on the outside of the package:

D Bidder's Name and Address

D Invitation to Bid Title (See upper left hand box ofiTB cover page)

D Bid Due Date (See upper left hand box ofiTB cover page and Calendar of Events)
Bids must be date and time stamped at the Purchasing Manager's office indicated above on or before the date and time Bids are due. Late Bids will be rejected. Bids dated and time stamped in another office will be rejected. Bids that are not properly sealed will be rejected. Receipt of a Bid by the mail system does not constitute receipt of a Bid by the Agency. Any Bid that is inadvertently

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opened as a result of not being properly or clearly marked will be rejected. Bids must be submitted separately and may not be included with sample packages or other Bids. Emailed or faxed Bids are not allowed.
2.3 Format of Bid
Bidders responding to this ITB must submit the following materials:
a) Signed Request for Bid Sheet: The Bid must include the signed Request for Bid sheet provided as the cover of this ITB package. A Bid submitted in response to this ITB must be signed by the person in the Bidder's organization who is responsible for decisions regarding prices offered in the Bid or by a person who has been authorized in writing to act as agent for the person responsible for the decision on prices.
b) Bid: Provide bid per specifications of this ITB.
c) Additional Information: Please refer to Section 7. Additional Information Requirements, for a listing of required additional documents. The checklist included with this ITB is provided for the convenience of the Bidder. The Bidder is not required to submit the checklist with its Bid package.
2.4 Communications with Bidders
Questions concerning this ITB must be submitted in writing to the Purchasing Manager on or before the Deadline for Submitting Written Questions provided in the Calendar of Events. Bidders are expected to raise any questions, exceptions or additions concerning the ITB document prior to this deadline. If a Bidder discovers any significant ambiguity, error, conflict, discrepancy, omission or other deficiency in this ITB, the Bidder must immediately notify the Purchasing Manager and request modification or clarification of the ITB document. All questions will be recorded by the Agency. All questions and answers will be provided by the Purchasing Manager through written notification, electronically or in hard copy, to all registered Bidders.

2.5 Bidders' Meeting

The Agency will hold a public informational meeting for Bidders at the date and time provided in the

Calendar of Events. The Bidders' meeting will be held at the following location:

Manatee County Port Authority Access Control

13604 Reeder Road

Palmetto, FL 34221

The Bidder's meeting is mandatory. A written record of questions asked and answered at the Bidder's meeting will be provided per Section 2.5, Communications with Bidders of this ITB.

3. BID ACCEPTANCE, VERIFICATION AND AWARD
3.1 Bid Opening
Bids will be opened on the Bid Opening date and time specified in the Calendar of Events. All Bidder information will be announced, logged and placed on file for Public viewing at the time of Bid opening. The Bid opening will be held at the following location:
Port Manatee Administration Office
300 Tampa Bay Way
Palmetto, FL 34221

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3.2 Bid Review and Verification

Eligible responsive bids will be evaluated to determine if all contract requirements are met. Bids that do not meet all contract requirements of this solicitation or fail to provide all required information, documents, or materials will be rejected as non-responsive. Bidders whose bids, past performance, or current status do not reflect the capability, integrity or reliability to fully and in good faith perform the requirements of the contract will be rejected.

3.3 Bid Acceptance

Bids that do not comply with instructions contained in this ITB may be rejected by the Agency. The Agency reserves the right to waive a particular specification if no Bidder meets that specification. The Agency may request reports on a Bidder's financial stability. The Agency may reject a Bid if the Bidder is determined to have inadequate financial means to provide the product or service being bid. The Agency shall be the sole judge as to compliance with the instructions contained in this ITB. Bids are firm for acceptance for sixty (60) days from date of Bid opening unless otherwise noted. Bid submittal constitutes a commitment to perform the work as specified in accordance with the provisions herein and correct deficiencies manifested within one year of completion of the work.

3.4 Bid Withdrawal

Bidder warrants by virtue of bidding the prices quoted in this bid response will be good for an evaluation period of ninety (90) calendar days from the date of bid opening unless otherwise stated. Bidders will not be allowed to withdraw their bids after the opening time and date.

3.5 Basis for Award

The Agency will evaluate each submission and select the lowest responsive responsible bid. This determination will be based upon a number of factors including price, functionality and timing to ensure the best overall value. The Agency will award to the lowest or best responsible bidder, whose qualifications may be determined by necessary facilities, ability, financial resources, and proven experience to perform the work in a satisfactory manner. Bidders are hereby advised that the Agency reserves the right to reject any bid proposal not considered to be competitive in nature based on the best pricing information available. Furthermore, the Agency reserves the right to reject any or all bids, in whole or in part, and/or make awards either as individual items or as a total combined bid, whichever they consider in the best interest of the Agency, and to waive any informality in any proposal. Additionally, the Agency reserves the right to waive any minor irregularity, technicality, or omission if it is determined that doing so will serve the Agency's best interest.

3.6 Contract Award

Any Bidders that submit a Bid will be notified in writing of the Agency's award of a Contract as a result of this ITB. Upon issuance of such notice or 30 days after opening the responsive bids, whichever is earlier, copies of the Bids responsive to this ITB are available for public inspection upon request to the Agency.

3.7 Tax Exemptions

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All State and Federal tax exemptions applicable to the Agency will apply, and appropriate certifications furnished.

3.8 Required Disclosure

With its Bid submission, the Bidder shall disclose all material facts pertaining to any felony conviction or any pending felony charges in the last three (3) years in this state or any other state of the United States against (i) Bidder, (ii) any business entity related to or affiliated with Bidder, or (iii) any present or former executive employee, officer, director, stockholder, partner or owner of Bidder or of any such related or affiliated entity. This disclosure does not apply to any person or entity that is only a stockholder, and that owns 20 percent or less of the outstanding shares of a Bidder whose stock is publicly owned and traded.

3.9 Bid Protest

By submitting a bid to the Agency, bidders agree to the process set forth in this Section.

a. Notice of Protest -Notice of all Agency decisions or intended decisions shall be by certified mail or courier services. Any person adversely affected by the ITB shall file a notice of protest in writing, within two (2) business days from the date on the notice of the decision or actual receipt of the decision, whichever is later. A formal written protest must be filed within five (5) business days after the protesting party files the notice of protest. No time will be added to the above time limits for mail service.

b. Formal Written Protest- The formal written protest must state with particularity the facts and law upon which the protest is based. The formal written protest must be printed or typewritten and contain:

I. The name and address of the person or firm filing the protest and an explanation of how they are adversely affected by the Agency's decision or intended decision;

2. Identification of the procurement matter at issue;

3. A statement of how and when the notice of Agency's decision or intended decision was received;

4. A statement of all issues of disputed material fact and, if there are none, a statement so indicating;

5. A concise statement of the ultimate facts alleged;

6. A statement of the applicable law, rule, statute, or other authority upon which the protest is based and which entitle the protestor to relief;

7. A specific demand for relief; and,

8. Any other information material to the protest.

c. Filing Notices of Protest and Formal Protests- All notices of protest and formal protests must be filed with the Executive Director. A protest is not timely filed unless both the written notice of protest and the formal protest have been received by the Port within the prescribed time limits. Failure to file a protest within the time prescribed by this Section shall constitute a waiver of all claims.

d. Stay of Award -Upon receipt of a formal written protest which has been timely filed, the bid solicitation or contract award process shall be stayed until the subject of the protest is resolved by final agency action, unless the Executive Director, with the concurrence of the Agency, sets forth in writing particular facts and circumstances

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which require the continuation of the solicitation process or the contract award process without delay in order to avoid an immediate and serious danger to the public health, safety or welfare. Notice that a contract award has been stayed shall be given by U.S. Mail or hand delivery or courier service to all whom submitted qualified bids/proposals. Upon receipt of a timely formal protest of a decision or intended decision to award or reject all bids, qualifications, or proposals, notice shall be given by U.S. Mail or hand delivery or courier service to all bidders for that contract.

e. Resolution of Formal Protest- Upon the written request of the protestor or on its own

initiative, the Agency will provide an opportunity for the protestor to meet with the Executive Director to resolve the protest by mutual agreement within seven (7) business days, excluding holidays, of receipt of a formal written protest. lfthe subject of a protest is not resolved by mutual agreement within seven (7) business days, excluding holidays, of receipt of the formal written protest, or a mutually agreed upon extension of time, the Executive Director shall certify in writing to the Board that there was no resolution and provide the protestor with a copy of the certification.

f. Quasi-Judicial Hearing - Within seven (7) business days from receipt of written

certification that there was no resolution; the protestor may provide a written request that the matter be heard before the Agency in a quasi-judicial hearing. Failure to provide a written request to the Agency within seven (7) business days of notice shall constitute waiver of any protest. Upon receipt of a written request, the Agency may, in its discretion, request a written response from the Executive Director, and/or schedule the matter for hearing before the Agency. Within seven (7) business days from the conclusion of the hearing, the Agency will provide a written final decision on the matter to the protestor.

The protestor may contest the Agency's decision in a court of competent jurisdiction in Manatee County no later than thirty (30) calendar days after receipt of notice of the Agency's decision, unless otherwise specified within the controlling request for proposal or qualification documents.

4. BEST COMMERCIAL PRACTICES

4.1 All materials purchased through this ITB must meet standards and specifications set forth in this ITB.

4.2 The apparent silence of this specification and any supplemental specifications as to any detail or the omission from it of a detailed description concerning any point will be regarded as meaning that only the best commercial practices, size, and design are to be used. All workmanship is to be first quality. All interpretations of this specification will be upon the basis of this statement.

5. VENDOR REQUIREMENTS

5.1. Permits, Insurance, Licensing and Other Requirements

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a) The Vendor must meet the insurance requirements specified in this ITB. Certificates ofinsurance must be provided to the Agency within five (5) working days ofNotice of Intent to Award.
b) The Vendor must complete all required forms and return same to the Agency attached to the invoice.
c) Following the Contract award notification, the Vendor must provide to the Agency its
IRS Form W-9 (Request for Taxpayer Identification Number and Certification).

d) Any change in material of equal or superior quality or installation standards must be specifically approved in writing by the Agency. Any deviation or exceptions to the terms, conditions or specifications of this contract must be submitted in writing and approved by the Agency with a signed change order. No minimum fee is allowed on change orders.

e) The vendor must meet all bonding requirements specified in the terms and conditions.
Bonding documents must be provided to the Agency within five (5) working days of
Notice oflntent to Award.
5.2. E-Verify
The Agency, Vendor, and any subcontractor shall utilize the U.S. Department of Homeland
Security's E-Verify system to verify the employment eligibility of all new employees.

6. GRANT INFORMATION- Authority may pay some portion of the payment from the proceeds of a grant, loan, or revenue bonds that impose certain conditions. Contractor must coordinate with Authority in order to comply with the conditions related to the delivery of materials, the work, applications for payment and other matters concerning the administration of the contract.

7. ADDITIONAL PRICING CONSIDERATIONS

7.1 Insurance
The successful proposer must maintain the following types and amounts of insurance.

I. Commercial General Liability insurance with minimum limits of $2,000,000

2. Business Automobile Liability insurance with minimum limits of $1,000,000
3. Workers' Compensation insurance with Statutory limits

4. Employers Liability insurance with limits as follows:

• $100,000 Bodily Injury by Accident
• $100,000 Bodily Injury by Disease, policy limits
• $100,000 Bodily Injury by Disease, each employee
This insurance coverage must meet the requirements set forth in Manatee County Port
Authority Tariff Item #250, available online at http://www.portmanatee.com/ Pmta l s/0/bus iness/Tariff/Tariff.pdf.
7.2 Port Manatee Access Requirements
1. Port Manatee is regulated under the provision of the Maritime Transportation
Security Act of 2002 (MTSA). Individuals accessing Port Manatee must comply

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with provisions of the applicable regulations and the associated elements of Port
Manatee's approved Facility Security Plan. These provisions include:
2. Individuals requiring unescorted access must possess a TWIC credential and be able to demonstrate verifiable Port business. Individuals employed by businesses with current port licenses or permits may enroll their TWIC in the access control system. See Tariffltem 411 of Port Manatee TariffNo. 3 for current fee.
3. Obtaining a federal Transportation Workers Identification Credential (TWIC). This
requires submission to federal security screening. Information on the TWIC enrollment process is available at www.tsa.gov/twic. The cost for TWIC processing is available on the website.
Additional information for temporary access or any other questions are available by contacting Port Manatee Access Control- Security office at 941-722-6455.
Bidders are responsible to include all costs associated with installation of part of their submission. These costs may include but are not limited to:
a) Worker Credentialing: Port Manatee is regulated under the provisions of the Maritime Transportation Security Act (MTSA) all workers will be required to obtain a Transportation Worker Identification Credential (TWIC) and a Port Manatee Access Credential. Fees associated with these credentials are the responsibility of the bidder.
b) Bid submissions must be a turnkey solution and include all associated installation costs.
8. ADDITIONAL TERMS AND CONDITIONS

In signing this Bid, Bidder acknowledges, affirms and agrees to comply with the following terms and conditions:

8.1 Lobbying

Lobbying is prohibited in all Agency selection processes and contract awards including but not limited to requests for qualifications, bids, proposals or purchasing contracts of any type. The purpose of this prohibition is to protect the integrity of the procurement process by shielding it from undue influences prior to the contract award, a Bid protest being resolved, or the competitive selection process being otherwise concluded. The prospective Bidder may contact the Agency as specified in this ITB, to address situations such as clarifications relating to the procurement process or Bidder protest. No funds received pursuant to the Contract may be expended for lobbying the Legislature, the judicial branch or a state agency.

8.2 Non-Collusion

Bidder certifies it has not, either directly or indirectly, entered into any agreement or participated in any collusion or otherwise taken any action in restraint of free competition; that no attempt has been made to induce any other person or firm to submit or not to submit a Bid;

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that this Bid has been independently arrived at without collusion with any other Bidder, competitor or potential competitor; that this Bid has not been knowingly disclosed prior to the opening of Bids to any other Bidder or competitor; that the above statement is accurate under penalty of perjury.

8.3 Debarment and Suspension

Bidder acknowledges it has not been suspended, debarred, declared ineligible or voluntarily excluded from eligibility by any State or Federal department or agency. Bidder acknowledges that its Certificate of Qualification has not been suspended, revoked, denied or have further been determined by any State or Federal department or agency to be a non-responsible contractor.

8.4 Additional Goods or Services

The Agency reserves the right to request additional goods or services relating to this ITB from the Contractor. When approved by the Agency as an amendment to this Agreement and authorized in writing, the Contractor shall provide such additional requirements as may become necessary.

8.5 Public Entity Crimes/Scrutinized Companies/Boycott Israel List

By submitting a Bid, each Bidder is confirming that neither the Bidder nor its subcontractors:
1. Have been placed on the convicted vendors list as described in Sections 287.133, Florida Statutes.
a) A person or affiliate who has been placed on the convicted vendor list, following a
conviction for a public entity crime, may not submit a bid on a contract to provide any goods or services to a public entity, may not submit a bid on a contract with a public entity for the construction or repair of a public building or public work, may not submit bids on leases of real property to a public entity, may not be awarded or perform work as a contractor, supplier, subcontractor, or consultant under a contract with a public entity, and may not transact business with any public entity in excess of the threshold amount as provided in Section 287.017, Florida Statutes for CATEGORY TWO, for a period of36 months from the date of being placed on the convicted vendor list.
2. Additionally, by engaging in business with the Agency, each Bidder confirms their business entity is not on the Scrutinized Companies that Boycott Israel List as described in Section 287.135, Florida Statutes or engaged in a boycott oflsrael or, for goods or services over one million dollars, Bidders confirm they are not on any of the scrutinized company lists identified in Section 287.135, Florida Statutes or engaged in any such activity identified in that section.
a) A company is ineligible to, and may not, bid on, submit a proposal for, or enter into or renew a contract with an agency or local governmental entity for goods or services of any amount if, at the time of bidding on, submitting a proposal for, or entering into or renewing such contract, the company is on the Scrutinized

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Companies that Boycott Israel List, created pursuant to Section 215.4725 of the
Florida Statutes or is engaged in a boycott of Israel.
b) A company is ineligible to, and may not, bid on, submit a proposal for, or enter into or renew a contract with an agency or local governmental entity for goods or services of one million dollars or more if, at the time of bidding on, submitting a proposal for, or entering into or renewing such contract, the company is on the Scrutinized Companies with Activities in Sudan List or the Scrutinized Companies with Activities in the Iran Petroleum Energy Sector List, created pursuant to Section
215.473 of the Florida Statutes or engaged in business operations in Cuba or Syria.
On a case-by-case basis, the Agency may permit those companies identified above to bid on, submit a proposal for, or enter into or renew a contract with the Agency for goods or services providing all statutory conditions outlined in Section 287.135 (4) are met.

8.6 Public Records

By submitting a Bid, the Contractor certifies that he/she understands that the Agency, an entity of government, is subject to the Public Records Act and, in accordance with Section 119.0701 of the Florida Statutes the Contractor may be subject to the Public Records Act. Any claim of confidentiality is waved upon submission, effective after opening pursuant to Section 119.07, of the Florida Statutes. Any subsequent contract entered into between the Agency and Contractor related to the scope of services outlined in this ITB shall be conditioned on the Contractor's compliance with the Public Records Act as provided in Section 119.0701 of the Florida Statutes.

8.7 Conflicts of Interest

The Bidder represents that it presently has no interest and will acquire no interest, either direct or indirect, which would conflict in any manner with the performance or services required under this Contract. The Bidder further represents that no person having any such interest will be employed by him/her during the agreement term and any extensions.
The Bidder shall immediately notify the Agency's representative, in writing, by certified mail, of all potential conflicts of interest for any prospective business association, interest, or other circumstance, which may influence or appear to influence the Contractor's judgment or quality of services being provided under this Contract. Such written notification will identify the prospective business association, interest or circumstance, the nature of wok that the Bidder may undertake and request an opinion of the Agency as to whether the association, interest or circumstance would, in the opinion of the Agency, constitute a conflict of interest if entered into by the Bidder. The Agency agrees to notify the Bidder of its opinion, by certified mail, within thirty (30) days of receipt of notification by the Bidder.

8.8 Inspector General Cooperation

The Bidder, and any Subcontractors, agree to comply with Section 20.055(5) of the Florida Statutes and agree to cooperate with the Inspector General in any investigation, audit, inspection, review, or hearing in accordance with that Section of the Florida Statutes.

8.9 Unauthorized Aliens

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The Bidder represents that it does not employ unauthorized aliens. The Agency will consider the employment by the Bidder of unauthorized aliens a violation of Section 274A of the Immigration and Nationality Act.

8.10 Appropriations Clause

By submitting a Bid, the Bidder certifies that he/she understands that the Agency, an entity of government, is subject to the appropriation of funds by its legislative body in an amount sufficient to allow continuation of its performance in accordance with the terms and conditions of this contract for each and every fiscal year following the fiscal year in which this contract is executed and entered into and for which this contract shall remain in effect. The Agency shall, upon receipt of notice that sufficient funds are not available to continue its full and faithful performance of this contract, provide written notice to the consultant of such event within thirty (30) days and, be thereafter released at all further obligations in any way related to the contract.

8.11 Legal Requirements

All applicable provisions of federal, state, county, and local laws including all ordinances, rules, and regulations will govern the development, submittal and evaluation of all Bids received in response to these specifications, and shall govern any and all claims between person(s) submitting a Bid and the Agency, by and through its officers, employees and authorized representatives. A lack of knowledge by the Bidder concerning any of the aforementioned shall not constitute a cognizable defense against the legal effect thereof. The Bidder agrees that it will not discriminate on the basis of race, creed, color, national origin, sex, age or disability.

8.12 Indemnification

The Bidder acknowledges and agrees that to the fullest extent permitted by law, and in addition to any other obligations of the Contractor under the Contract or otherwise, the Contractor shall indemnify and hold harmless the Agency and its officers, directors, members, partners, employees, agents, consultants and subcontractors of each and any of them from and against all claims, costs, losses, and damages arising out of or relating to the performance of the Contract, provided that any such claim, cost, loss, or damage is attributable to bodily injury, sickness, disease, or death, or to injury to or destruction of tangible property (other than the scope itself), including the loss of use resulting therefrom but only to the extent caused by any negligent, reckless, or intentional wrongful act or omission of Contractor, any Subcontractor, any Supplier, or any individual or entity directly or indirectly employed by any of them to perform any ofthe scope or anyone for whose acts any of them may be liable.

This indemnification shall survive the termination of this Contract. Nothing contained in this paragraph is intended to nor shall it constitute a waiver of the Agency's sovereign immunity.

In any and all claims against the Agency or any of their officers, directors, members, partners, employees, agents, consultants, or subcontractors by any employee (or the survivor or personal representative of such employee) of the Contractor, any Subcontractor, any Supplier, or any individual or entity directly or indirectly employed by any of them to perform any of the scope, or anyone for whose acts any of them may be liable, this indemnification obligation shall not be limited in any way by any limitation on the amount or type of damages, compensation, or

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benefits payable by or for the Contractor or any such Subcontractor, Supplier, or other individual or entity under workers' compensation acts, disability benefit acts, or other employee benefit acts.

8.13 Bidder's Representations

In submitting its bid, Contractor makes the following representations:

1. Contractor has examined and studied the bid documents.

2. Contractor has visited the site and conducted an examination of the area and has become familiar with and is satisfied as to the site conditions that may affect cost, progress and performance of the work.

3. Contractor is familiar with all necessary federal, state and local regulations that may

affect the cost, progress and performance of the work.

4. Based on the information received, observations, and information generally known to the

Contractor (as information commonly known to contractors doing business of this nature), the Contractor agrees that no further examinations, investigations, or expiration of the site is necessary to perform the work at the bid price and within the bid timeframe as specified in the bid submitted.

5. Contractor has provided the purchasing manager written notice of any questions,

concerns, conflicts, errors, or ambiguities that the Contractor has discovered in the bid documents or related to the scope of work.

Name of Authorized Company Representative (Type or Print) Ashley Early

Title

Business Manager

Date

5/31/2019

Signature of Authorized

Company Representative Named

Above

Phone

772-302-

3583

Fax

N/A

Email

Ashley@uscoatingspec.com

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The policies of insurance listed bet ow have been issued to the insured named above for the policy period indicated. Notwithstanding any requirement, term or condition of any contract or other document with respect to which this certificate may be issued or may pertain, the insurance afforded by the policies described herein is subject to all the terms, exdusions, and conditions of such policies. Aggregate limits shown may have been reduced by paid daims.

INSR ADDL Type of Insurance Policy Number Policy Effective Policy Expiration Limits

(MM/DDIYY) (MM/DDIYY)

GENERAL LIABILITY Each Occurrence

Commercial General Liability

CJ Claims Made

Damage to rented premises (EA

Occur occurrence)

Med Exp

peneral aggregate limit applies per:

Policy DProject D LOC

Personal Adv Injury

General Aggregate

Products Comp/Op Agg

AUTOMOBILE LIABILITY Combined Single Limit

- Any Auto

- All Owned Autos

(EA Accident) s

Bodily Injury

(Per Person)

Scheduled Autos

Hired Autos Bodily Injury

- Non-Owned Autos (Per Accident)

Property Damage

(Per Accident)

EXCESS/UMBRELLA LIABILITY Each Occurrence

Occur DClaims Made Aggregate

Deductible

A Workers Compensation and we 71949 01/01/2019 01/01/2020 X Iwe Statu- I IOTH-

Employers' Liability tory Limits ER

Any proprietor/partner/executive officer/member excluded? NO

If Yes, describe under special provisions below.

Other Lion Insurance Company is A.M. Best Company rated A (Excellent). AMB # 12616

Descriptions of Operations/LocationsNehicles/Exclusions added by Endorsement/Special Provisions: Client ID: 90·65·406

Coverage only applies to active employee(s) of South East Personnel Leasing, Inc. & Subsidiaries that are leased to the following "Client Company": US Coating Specialists LLC

Coverage only applies to injuries incurred by South East Personnel Leasing,Inc. & Subsidiaries active employee(s), while working in: FL. Coverage does not apply to statutory employee(s) or independent contractor(s) of the Client Company or any other entity.

A list of the active employee(s) leased to the Client Company can be obtained by faxing a request to (727) 937·2138 or email certificates@lioninsurancecompany.com

Project Name:

ISSUE 08-02-18 (RK). REISSUE 06-13-19 (SS)

CERTIFICATE HOLDER CANCELLATION

Beqin Date: 4/16/2018

MANATEE COUNTY PORT AUTHORITY Should any of the above described policies be cancelled before the expiration date thereof, the issuing insurer will endeavor to mail 30 days written notice to the certificate holder named to the left, but failure to do so shall impose no obligation or liability of any kind upon the insurer, its agents or representatives.

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PALMETTO, FL 34221 <)"'•·'

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ITB-7-0-2019/GI

Warehouse 9 Roof Repair

Addendum 1

May 15,2019

The referenced ITB is changed as follows:

1. The area to be repaired is the area outlined in orange in the attached sketch, including the edges as well as the interior. The dimensions shown are approximate. Disregard the total area indicated;it is as much as 1,000 SF low.

2. "Penetration points" as referenced in the Scope of Work includes all potential leak

points in the work area, including at the edges of the work area. There are multiple leaks in the work area. Their precise locations are unknown. The purpose is to seal all

potential leak points with GacoPatch or approved equivalent before coating.

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Total square feet: 17,486