CONTRACTOR SCOPE OF WORK

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BROWNSVILLE NAVIGATION DISTRICTBULK CARGO DOCK IMPROVEMENTSCONTRACTORSCOPE OF WORKRevBDescriptionIssued for BidDate05/07/2018PreparedTMBReviewedMDPEDG Job No. 6966.003EDG Document No. 6966003-51000-00001ApprovedDRKClient

Port of BrownsvilleBrownsville, TexasBulk Cargo Dock ImprovementsContractor Scope of WorkChange LogREVSECTIONA-BCHANGE DESCRIPTIONNone – First IssuanceIssued for BidDocument HoldsREVSECTION0-Contractor Scope of Work.docxCHANGE DESCRIPTIONNonePage 2 of 9

Port of BrownsvilleBrownsville, TexasBulk Cargo Dock ImprovementsContractor Scope of WorkTABLE OF CONTENTS1.0OVERVIEW . 42.0DEFINITIONS . 43.0GENERAL WORK DESCRIPTION . 54.0SUMMARY OF TASKS . 65.0OPERATING PARAMETERS . 86.0EXECUTION PLAN & SCHEDULE . 87.0PERMITS . 98.0SAFETY . 9Contractor Scope of Work.docxPage 3 of 9

Port of BrownsvilleBrownsville, TexasBulk Cargo Dock ImprovementsContractor Scope of Work1.02.0OVERVIEW1.1This Scope of Work sets forth the minimum requirements for improvements ofthe existing Bulk Cargo Dock at Brownsville Navigation District’s Port ofBrownsville (OWNER) located on the Brownsville shipping channel inBrownsville, Texas. The existing dock is a 400 ft. long steel H-pile structure withconcrete decking. Currently, operations are not allowed along rows 1 to 5of thedock due to the poor condition of the existing H-piles and steel framingsupporting the concrete deck above in this area. Operations along the remainingportion of the dock should remain limited to light traffic; less than 50psf from rows6 to 41 and A to E.1.2In summary, the CONTRACTOR’s Scope is to remove the existing timber fendersystem including all members marked on the Demolition Drawings including, butnot limited to, L8x6, C12, and W10 members supporting the timber fenders andattached mooring cleats. CONTRACTOR shall remove and replace in kind orwith approved equivalent all structural members labeled as such on theDemolition Drawings along rows 1 to 5 and rows A to E. CONTRACTOR shallperform concrete demolition work on existing concrete deck as depicted onDemolition Contract Drawings to allow placement of new piles. CONTRACTORshall not cut into or through existing steel framing located beneath concrete deckwhile making cut-outs in existing concrete deck. CONTRACTOR is responsiblefor the disposal of all demolished material as specified in the demolitionspecification. CONTRACTOR shall perform concrete repair work to the existingconcrete supporting the four (4) existing mooring bits and any other locationsdepicted on the Contract Drawings as needing concrete structural repair.CONTRACTOR shall install new steel piles and concrete pads for ship loaderequipment foundations. CONTRACTOR shall install monopile fender system inaccordance with the Contract Drawings and applicable fender manufacturerinstructions. CONTRACTOR shall install four (4) timber pile-supported landsidemooring bollards/foundations specified on Contract Drawings. CONTRACTORshall install two (2) overboard ladders following removal of existing ladders.DEFINITIONS2.1Owner: Port of Brownsville2.2Owner’s Representative: EDG Inc.2.3Contractor: TBD2.4Contract Drawings:A. 6966-CS-001D. 6966-GN-003B. 6966-GN-001E. 6966-GN-004C. 6966-GN-002F. 6966-SP-001Contractor Scope of Work.docxPage 4 of 9

Port of BrownsvilleBrownsville, TexasBulk Cargo Dock ImprovementsContractor Scope of WorkG. 6966-SP-002P. 6966-PP-002H. 6966-D-001Q. 6966-PP-003I.6966-D-002R. 6966-S-001J. 6966-D-003S. 6966-S-002K. 6966-D-004T. 6966-S-003L. 6966-D-005U. 6966-F-001M. 6966-D-006V. 6966-F-002N. 6966-D-007W. 6966-F-003O. 6966-PP-0012.5Referenced Specifications:A. 6966003-40900-00001-B Structural SteelB. 6966003-40900-00002-B Cast-In-Place ConcreteC. 6966003-40900-00003-B CoatingsD. 6966003-40900-00004-B DemolitionE. 6966003-40900-00005-B Fender SystemF. 6966003-40900-00006-B Timber Piles2.63.0The CONTRACTOR shall execute the work in accordance with all federal andlocal laws and applicable industry standard codes governing this scope.GENERAL WORK DESCRIPTION3.1CONTRACTOR shall provide ALL necessary equipment, materials, labor, andconsumables required to complete the Work as described in this Scope of Workdocument and depicted in the Contract Drawings and Specifications.3.2Owner will furnish areas within the facility for CONTRACTOR’smaterials/equipment yard and office trailer. All fencing and improvements shallbe by CONTRACTOR, if desired by CONTRACTOR.3.3CONTRACTOR shall plan, schedule, and perform contract work based onmeeting key deliverable dates outlined in this document. CONTRACTOR willcoordinate the work schedule with Owner’s Project Representative ConstructionManager.Contractor Scope of Work.docxPage 5 of 9

Port of BrownsvilleBrownsville, TexasBulk Cargo Dock ImprovementsContractor Scope of Work4.03.4The CONTRACTOR shall sequence work as to avoid work interference amongthe different trades and to expedite the overall duration of the project.3.5CONTRACTOR’s operations must not interfere with ongoing port and facilityoperations.3.6All extra work must be approved by OWNER before work commences.3.7All Sub-CONTRACTORs must be approved by OWNER prior to performing anywork.3.8CONTRACTOR to confirm all information required to accurately define andperform the Work.3.9CONTRACTOR shall be responsible for gathering all information required toaccurately define and perform the Work.3.10CONTRACTOR is responsible for providing his own transportation assistanceand support (Mobilization / Demobilization), if required.3.11CONTRACTOR shall complete a daily tool box safety meeting. This meetingshall include the review of all permits, any changes to the JSEA, scope of work tobe performed for that day and all potential hazards associated with the scope ofwork being executed. All subcontract employees must participate in this meeting.3.12CONTRACTOR shall plan, schedule, and perform Work based on work periodsconsisting of a minimum of 10 hour days.3.13CONTRACTOR shall develop a work plan itemizing and describing the plan forexecuting the requested work scope. A detailed schedule of activities is to bedeveloped and updated as work progresses.SUMMARY OF TASKS4.1CONTRACTOR is to remove existing timber fender system including allmembers marked on the Demolition Contract Drawings including but not limitedto L8x6, C12, and W10 members supporting the timber fenders and attachedmooring cleats. Disposal by CONTRACTOR.4.2CONTRACTOR shall remove and replace in kind or with approved equivalent allmembers and braces labeled as such on the Demolition Contract Drawings.4.3CONTRACTOR shall perform concrete demolition work on existing concretedeck as depicted on the Contract drawings. CONTRACTOR shall not cut into orthrough existing steel framing located beneath concrete deck while making cutouts in the existing concrete deck.4.4CONTRACTOR shall provide and install all misc. steel, per the ContractDrawings and Specifications, including, but not limited to, plates, boltedContractor Scope of Work.docxPage 6 of 9

Port of BrownsvilleBrownsville, TexasBulk Cargo Dock ImprovementsContractor Scope of Workconnections, anchors, embedded steel, re-steel, bollards, fender systemaccessories, and landside mooring bollard accessories. The CONTRACTORshall provide detailed shop drawings and mill certificates for allsupplied/fabricated items for approval prior to fabrication. CONTRACTOR shallsupply all testing and inspection services, including, but not limited to pile drivingtesting (PDA), concrete, steel, welds, and coating, with written plan and list ofsub-contractors for Owner’s Representative and Owners review and approvalprior to initiation of respective work.4.5CONTRACTOR is responsible for the disposal of all demolished material asspecified in the Demolition Specification and Contract Drawings.4.6CONTRACTOR shall perform concrete repair work to the existing concretesupporting the four (4) existing mooring bitts located on the edge of the needingconcrete structural repair or those damaged during demolition activities. SeeCast-In-Place Concrete and Demolition specifications for reference.4.7CONTRACTOR shall install new steel piles for new ship loader foundation asindicated and to the elevations called out on the Contract Drawings.CONTRACTOR to install all additional miscellaneous steel to be encapsulated inthe concrete cap and concrete pad, including, but not limited, to rebar cage, pileinterior cap plate, rebar hooks, and post installed dowels.4.8CONTRACTOR shall place all rebar and concrete for new pad per project plans.4.9CONTRACTOR shall place all rebar and concrete per project plans, per theproject drawing elevations.4.10CONTRACTOR shall install monopile fender system in accordance to ContractDrawings and applicable manufacturer instructions. Monopiles shall be cut-off toelevations specified on the Contract Drawings. All fender system componentsand accessories shall be provided and installed by the CONTRACTOR permanufacturer’s instructions.4.11CONTRACTOR shall provide and install timber piles for the landside mooringbollard foundations per the Timber Pile Specification and Contract Drawings.4.12CONTRACTOR shall place and form all rebar and concrete for the landsidemooring bollard timber pile-supported concrete caps per project plans andspecifications.4.13CONTRACTOR shall provide and install the landside mooring bollards and allaccessories including, but not limited to base plates and anchor bolts.4.14CONTRACTOR shall demolish and dispose existing overboard ladders specifiedon the Demolition Contract Drawings.4.15CONTRACTOR shall install new overboard ladders as specified on the StructuralContract Drawings.Contractor Scope of Work.docxPage 7 of 9

Port of BrownsvilleBrownsville, TexasBulk Cargo Dock ImprovementsContractor Scope of Work4.165.0CONTRACTOR shall touch-up coatings and clean site before demobilization.OPERATING PARAMETERS5.1Existing Conditions:A. Dock Operations are not allowed along the entire length of the dock due tothe poor condition of the existing steel framing supporting the concrete deckabove. Existing dock loading is limited to 50psf in the current condition,between rows 6 to 41 and A to E.5.26.0CONTRACTOR shall indicate any parameters that may limit the dock and/orCONTRACTOR operations that could require demobilization and/or start/stop ofconstruction activities per the proposed schedule, including severe weatherconditions.EXECUTION PLAN & SCHEDULE6.1CONTRACTOR shall submit a written execution plan and schedule describingthe following:A. Pre-Mobilization & Preparation Efforts.B. Detailed schedule, with dates for all phases and tasks of the project shall besubmitted with bid documents.C. General Arrangement Drawings of Site Construction Sequence and Layout &Equipment/Personnel lists.D. Required Certification & Re-Certifications.E. List of Sub-CONTRACTORs/Work Schedule.F. Pile Driving Plan- Including hammer sizing, testing (PDA) plan for bothTimber Piles and Steel Piles, and restrike plan.G. Weld Inspection procedures shall be included in bid documents for approvalby Owner’s Representative.H. Mobilization Scheduling/ Re-mobilization Scheduling.I.Demobilization Schedule.Contractor Scope of Work.docxPage 8 of 9

Port of BrownsvilleBrownsville, TexasBulk Cargo Dock ImprovementsContractor Scope of Work6.2Execution MilestonesPhase ICompletion of all demolition and dock repair work.Phase IIInstallation of new ship loader foundation and new fender system.Phase IIIInstallation of four (4) new landside mooring bollards and respective foundations.7.0PERMITS7.18.0Corps of Engineers permit number: SWG-2018-00229. Corps Real State Divisionreview is ongoing at this time.SAFETY8.1CONTRACTOR is responsible for reviewing and understanding both West PlainsLLC and the Port of Brownsville safety practices and Safety Procedure Manualsthat apply to the project and specific work tasks.8.2CONTRACTOR shall observe all applicable governmental regulations.8.3Although it is not anticipated that utility pipelines or power or other cables are inexistence in the area of the proposed work, CONTRACTOR shall be responsibleto notify OWNER of any such utility lines or cables that may be discovered orfound PRIOR TO REMOVAL of same. OWNER shall determine the need for anysuch found utilities or cables to remain. Should CONTRACTOR remove anysuch found utilities or cables without prior authorization from OWNER,CONTRACTOR shall, at his sole cost and expense, be responsible to restoresuch found utilities or cables back to same as existing condition or better, asrequired by the OWNER.END OF SECTIONContractor Scope of Work.docxPage 9 of 9

Contractor Scope of Work Contractor Scope of Work.docx Page 6 of 9 3.4 The CONTRACTOR shall sequence work as to avoid work interference among the different trades and to expedite the overall duration of the project. 3.5 CONTRACTOR’s operations