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From page 29...
... 29 Construction Administration The construction phase of a program is a time when all of the work of participant selection, design activities, and production of the contract documents finally comes to the severe test of actual implementation and the expenditure of significant amounts of FAA and sponsor funds. Poor workmanship and incorrect installation procedures can lead to big problems that may go unnoticed at the time of installation, only becoming apparent at a later date.
From page 30...
... 30 • Suspension and Debarment Requirements for All Contracts Over $25,000, and • Buy American -- for steel and manufactured products. Residential sound insulation projects do not require a large-, or even medium-size, general construction contracting corporation, so smaller firms will attempt to bid.
From page 31...
... 31 5.5 Submittal Review Submittals by the contractor consist of all the proposed product and material information required by the contract documents, including forms to be used by the prime contractor and payment forms and samples of certified payroll, key schedules, warranties, and physical samples. Product submittals review should be comprehensive and check all required performance, required tests, and code compliance factors.
From page 32...
... 32 GROUP #: Contractor Name: Spec Section 08 51 13 Acoustic Windows - Aluminum Model/Type # Model/DH Model/FIX Model/HS Model/XOX Model/CAS Entire Submittal Not faxed & legible Manufacturer contact info Contractor and bid group info Contractor stamp/signature for compliance with spec Min.
From page 33...
... 33 5.7 Homeowner Preparation/ Existing Conditions It is important to keep owners informed on the construction process in their homes. Homeowner preparation starts at first contact for the field measurement verification appointments.
From page 34...
... 34 of Labor states, in regard to the Davis-Bacon Act and related acts: The Davis-Bacon Act requires that all contractors and subcontractors performing on federal contracts (and contractors or subcontractors performing on federally assisted contracts under the related Acts) in excess of $2,000 pay their laborers and mechanics not less than the prevailing wage rates and fringe benefits listed in the contract's Davis-Bacon wage determination for corresponding classes of laborers and mechanics employed on similar projects in the area.
From page 35...
... 35 addition to the acoustical tests, the final report provides a history of the project, a summary of the plans, the schedule, and the financial data. This report can be used during grant application to FAA for reimbursement.

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