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PW Demolition of Artifacts; Essential FaciliesCity of San Rafael ♦ California Form of Agreement for Informal Bids Gray Industries, Inc. This Agreement is made and entered into this ��day of 2017 by and between the City of San Rafael (hereinafter called City) and Gray Industries, Inc. (hereinafter called Contractor). Witnesseth, that the City and the Contractor, for the considerations hereinafter named, agree as follows: 1. Scope of the Work. The Contractor hereby agrees to furnish all of the materials, equipment, and labor necessary to perform the work described as: a. "Fire Station 5 1 - Demolition of Artifacts", as specified in Exhibit 1 dated August 20, 2017, attached hereto and incorporated herein by reference, as modified by Contractor's written, initialed, note dated 9/11/17; b. "Blue House - Demolition of Artifacts", as specified in Exhibit 2 dated August 20, 2017, attached hereto and incorporated herein by reference; c. "Parking Services -- Demolition of Artifacts " as specified in Exhibit 3 dated August 20, 2017, attached hereto and incorporated herein by reference. (The work described in Sections la, lb, and lc above is together referred to herein as "the Project.") Contractor acknowledges it has received from the City specifications for the Project, including but not limited to details regarding artifacts to be removed, exterior details for the structures, and lead paint reports from Monte Deignan & Associates dated April 26, 3017 and April 29, 2017, and other documents, all as contained with in Exhibit 4 attached hereto and incorporated herein by reference. 2. Prevailing Wages. Pursuant to the requirements of California Labor Code Section 1771, and San Rafael Municipal Code Section 1 1.50.180 (C), the general prevailing wage in the locality in which the work is to be performed, for each craft or type of worker needed to execute the contract. shall be followed. 3. Time of Completion. (a) As to each portion of the Project described in Sections la, Ib, and Ic, above, the wort: to be performed under this Contract shall be commenced within FIVE (5) WORKING DAYS after the date of written notice by the City to the Contractor to proceed. (b) As to each portion of the Project described in Sections la, lb, and lc, above, all work, including punchlist items, shall be completed within 10 WORKING DAYS, and with such reasonable extensions of time as may be requested by Contractor and approved by City. 4. Liquidated Damages. It is agreed that, if all the work required by the contract is not finished or completed within the number of working days as set Forth in the contract, damage will be sustained by the City, and that it is and will be impracticable and extremely difficult to ascertain and determine the actual damage which the City will sustain in the event of and by reason of such delay; and it is therefore agreed that the Contractor will pay to the City, the sum of $500 for each and every working day's delay in finishing the wort: in excess of the number of working days prescribed above; and the Contractor agrees to pay said liquidated damages herein provided for. and further agrees that the City may deduct the amount thereof from any moneys due or that may become due the Contractor under the contract. 14 1 -7D1 E -7 - Agreement • 1 5. The Contract Sum. The City shall pay to the Contractor for the performance of the Contract the amounts determined for the total number of each of the units for work in the following scheduled completed at the unit price stated. The number of units contained in this schedule is approximately only, and the Final payment shall be made for the actual number of units that are incorporated in or made necessary by the work covered by the Contract. BID ITEMS ITELVI DESCRIPTION ESTINIATED UNIT UNIT PRICE TOTAL PRICE QC ANTITY I. Gray Industries, Inc. I Blue @ Hse $5,380.00 = $5,380.00 1 Pkg Svcs $1,200.00 $1,200.00 I FS 51 $16,660.00 $16,660.00 Contingency Amount (as approved in writing by Project Manager) $1,000.00 $1,000.00 GRAND TOTAL BID $24,240.00 6. Progress Payments. (a) On not later than the 6th day of every month the Public Works Department shall prepare and submit an estimate covering the total quantities under each item of wort: that have been completed from the start of the job up to and including the 25th day of the preceding month, and the value of the work so completed determined in accordance with the schedule of unit prices for such items together with such supporting evidence as may be required by the City and. or Contractor . (b) As soon as possible after the preparation of the estimate, the City shall, after deducting previous payments made, pay to the Contractor 95% of the amount of the estimate as approved by the Public Works Department. (c) The Contractor may elect to receive 100% of payments due under the contract from time to time, without retention of any portion of the payment by the public agency, by depositing securities of equivalent value with the public agency in accordance with the provisions of Section 22300 of the Public Contract Code. Such securities, if deposited by the Contractor, shall be valued by the City's Finance Director, whose decision on valuation of the securities shall be final. 7. Acceptance and Final Payment. (a) Upon receipt of written notice that the work is ready for final inspection and acceptance, the Engineer shall within 5 days make such inspection, and when he finds the work acceptable under the Contract and the Contract fully performed, he will promptly issue a Notice of Completion, over his own signature, stating that the work required by this Contract has been completed and is accepted by him under the terms and conditions thereof, and the entire balance found to be due the Contractor, shall be paid to the Contractor by the City as soon as possible, (b) Before final payment is due the Contractor shall submit evidence satisfactory to the Engineer that all payrolls, material bills, and other indebtedness connected with work have been paid, except that in case of disputed indebtedness or liens the Contractor may submit in lieu of evidence of payment a surety bond satisfactory to the City guaranteeing payment of all such disputed amounts when adjudicated in cases where such payment has not already been guaranteed by surety bond. (c) The making and acceptance of the final payment shall constitute a waiver of all claims by the City, other than those arising from any of the following: (1) unsettled liens; (2) faulty work appearing within 12 months after final payment; (3) requirements of the specifications; or (4) manufacturers' guarantees. It shall also constitute a waiver of all claims by the Contractor, except those previously made and still unsettled. Agreement • 2 Such payment shall be made under the terms and conditions governing final payment, except that it shall not constitute a waiver of claims. 8. Insurance. (a). Scope of Coverage. During the term of this Agreement, Contractor shall maintain, at no expense to City, the following insurance policies: 1. A commercial general liability insurance policy in the minimum amount of one million dollars ($1,000,000) per occurrence./two million dollars ($2,000,000) aggregate, for death, bodily injury, personal injury, or property damage. 2. An automobile liability (owned, non -owned, and hired vehicles) insurance policy in the minimum amount of five hundred thousand dollars ($500,000) dollars per occurrence. 3. If it employs any person, Contractor shall maintain worker's compensation insurance, as required by the State of California. with statutory limits, and employer's liability insurance with limits of no less than one million dollars ($1,000,000) per accident for bodily injury or disease. Contractor's worker's compensation insurance shall be specifically endorsed to waive any right of subrogation against City. (b) Other Insurance Requirements. The insurance coverage required of the Contractor in subparagraph (a) of this section above shall also meet the following requirements: I. The insurance policies shall be specifically endorsed to include the City, its officers, agents, employees, and volunteers, as additionally named insureds under the policies. 2. The additional insured coverage under Contractor's insurance policies shall be primary with respect to any insurance or coverage maintained by City and shall not call upon City insurance or self-insurance coverage for any contribution. The "primary and noncontributory" coverage in Contractor's policies shall be at least as broad as ISO form CG20 01 04 13. 3. The insurance policies shall include, in their text or by endorsement, coverage for contractual liability and personal injury. 4. By execution of this Agreement, Contractor hereby grants to City a waiver of any right to subrogation which any insurer of Contractor may acquire against City by virtue of the payment of any loss under such insurance. Contractor agrees to obtain any endorsement that may be necessary to effect this waiver of subrogation, but this provision applies regardless of whether or not City has received a waiver of subrogation endorsement from the insurer. 5. If the insurance is written on a Claims Made Form, then, following termination of this Agreement, said insurance coverage shall survive for a period of not less than five years. 6. The insurance policies shall provide for a retroactive date of placement coinciding with the effective date of this Agreement. 7. The limits of insurance required in this Agreement may be satisfied by a combination of primary and umbrella or excess insurance. Any umbrella or excess insurance shall contain or be endorsed to contain a provision that such coverage shall also apply on a primary and noncontributory basis for the benefit of City (if agreed to in a written contract or agreement) before City's own insurance or self-insurance shall be called upon to protect it as a named insured. 8. It shall be a requirement under this Agreement that any available insurance proceeds broader than or in excess of the specified minimum insurance coverage requirements and/or limits shall be available to City or any other additional insured party. Furthermore, the requirements for coverage and limits shall be: (1) the minimum Agreement • 3 coverage and limits specified in this Agreement; or (2) the broader coverage and maximum limits of coverage of any insurance policy or proceeds available to the named insured; whichever is greater. (c ) Deductibles and SIR'S. Any deductibles or self-insured retentions in Contractor's insurance policies must be declared to and approved by the City, and shall not reduce the limits of liability. Policies containing any self-insured retention (SIR) provision shall provide or be endorsed to provide that the SIR may be satisfied by either the named insured or City or other additional insured party. At City's option, the deductibles or self-insured retentions with respect to City shall be reduced or eliminated to City's satisfaction, or Contractor shall procure_ a bond guaranteeing payment of losses and related investigations, claims administration, attorney's fees and defense expenses. (d) Proof of Insurance. Contractor shall provide to the City all of the following: (I) Certificates of Insurance evidencing the insurance coverage required in this Agreement; (2) a copy of the policy declaration page and/or endorsement page listing all policy endorsements for the commercial general liability policy, and (3) excerpts of policy language or specific endorsements evidencing the other insurance requirements set forth in this Agreement. City reserves the right to obtain a full certified copy of any insurance policy and endorsements from Contractor. Failure to exercise this right shall not constitute a waiver of the right to exercise it later. The insurance shall be approved as to form and sufficiency by City. 9. Indemnification. (a) Contractor shall, to the fullest extent permitted by law, indemnify, release, defend with counsel approved by City, and hold harmless City, its officers, agents, employees and volunteers (collectively, the "City Indemnitees"). from and against any claim, demand, suit, judgment, loss, liability or expense of any kind, including but not limited to attorney's fees, expert fees and all other costs and fees of litigation, (collectively "CLAIMS"), arising out of Contractor's performance of its obligations or conduct of its operations under this Agreement. The Contractor's obligations apply regardless of whether or not a liability is caused or contributed to by the active or passive negligence of the City Indemnitees. However, to the extent that liability is caused by the active negligence or willful misconduct of the City Indemnitees, the Contractor's indemnification obligation shall be reduced in proportion to the City Indemnitees' share of liability for the active negligence or willful misconduct. In addition, the acceptance or approval of the Contractor's work or wort: product by the City or any of its directors, officers or employees shall not relieve or reduce the Contractor's indemnification obligations. In the event the City Indemnitees are made a party to any action, lawsuit, or other adversarial proceeding arising from Contractor's performance of or operations under this Agreement, Contractor shall provide a defense to the City Indemnitees or at City's option reimburse the City Indemnitees their costs of defense, including reasonable attorneys' fees, incurred in defense of such claims. (b) The defense and indemnification obligations of this Agreement are undertaken in addition to, and shall not in any way be limited by, the insurance obligations contained in this Agreement, and shall survive the termination or completion of this Agreement for the full period of time allowed by law. 10. Nondiscrimination. Contractor shall not discriminate, in any way, against any person on the basis of age, sex, race, color, religion, ancestry, national origin or disability in connection with or related to the performance of its duties and obligations under this Agreement. 11. Compliance with All Laws. Contractor shall observe and comply with all applicable federal, state and local laws, ordinances, codes and regulations, in the performance of its duties and obligations under this Agreement. Contractor shall perform all services under this Agreement in accordance with these laws, ordinances, codes and regulations. Contractor shall release, defend, indemnify and hold harmless City, its officers, agents and employees from any and all damages, liabilities, penalties, fines and all other consequences from any noncompliance or violation of any laws, ordinances, codes or regulations. 12. No Third Party Beneficiaries. City and Contractor do not intend, by any provision of this Agreement, to create in any third party, any benefit or right owed by one party, under the terms and conditions of this Agreement, to the other party. 13. Notices. All notices and other communications required or permitted to be given under this Agreement, including any notice of change of address, shall be in writing and given by personal delivery, or deposited with the United States Postal Service, postage prepaid, Agreement • 4 addressed to the parties intended to be notified. Notice shall be deemed given as of the date of personal delivery, or if mailed, upon the date of deposit with the United States Postal Service. Notice shall be given as follows: To City: Public Works Director City of San Rafael 1400 Fifth Avenue P.O. Box 151560 San Rafael, CA 94915-1560 To Contractor: Ian Gray Gray Industries, Inc. 349 Los Angeles Blvd. San Anselm o, CA 94960 14. Independent Contractor. For the purposes. and for the duration, of this Agreement, Contractor, its officers, agents and employees shall act in the capacity of an Independent Contractor, and not as employees of the City. Contractor and City expressly intend and agree that the status of Contractor. its officers, agents and employees be that of an Independent Contractor and not that of an employee of City. 15. Entire Agreement; Amendments. (a) The terms and conditions of this Agreement, all exhibits attached, and all documents expressly incorporated by reference, represent the entire Agreement of the parties with respect to the subject matter of this Agreement. (b) This written Agreement shall supersede any and all prior agreements, oral or written, regarding the subject matter between the Contractor and the City. (c) No other agreement, promise or statement, written or oral, relating to the subject matter of this Agreement, shall be valid or binding, except by way of a written amendment to this Agreement. (d) The terms and conditions of this Agreement shall not be altered or modified except by a written amendment to this Agreement signed by the Contractor and the City. (e) If any conflicts arise between the terms and conditions of this Agreement, and the terms and conditions of the attached exhibits or the documents expressly incorporated by reference, the terms and conditions of this Agreement shall control. 16. Waivers. The waiver by either party of any breach or violation of any term, covenant or condition of this Agreement, or of any ordinance, law or regulation, shall not be deemed to be a waiver of any other term, covenant, condition, ordinance, law or regulation, or of any subsequent breach or violation of the same or other term, covenant, condition, ordinance, law or regulation. The subsequent acceptance by either party of any fee, performance, or other consideration which may become due or owing under this Agreement, shall not be deemed to be a waiver of any preceding breach or violation by the other party of any tern, condition, covenant of this Agreement or any applicable law, ordinance or regulation. 17. City Business License; Other Taxes. Contractor shall obtain and maintain during the duration of this Agreement, a City business license as required by the San Rafael Municipal Code Contractor shall pay any and all state and federal taxes and any other applicable taxes. City shall not be required to pay for any work performed under this Agreement, until Contractor has provided City with a completed Internal Revenue Service Form W-9 (Request for Taxpayer Identification Number and Certification). 18. Warranty. (a) Except as otherwise expressly provided in the Agreement, and excepting only items of routine maintenance, ordinary wear and tear and unusual abuse or neglect by City, Contractor warrants and guarantees all work executed and all supplies, materials and devices of whatsoever nature incorporated in or attached to the work, or otherwise provided as a part of the work pursuant to the Agreement, to be absolutely free of all defects of workmanship and materials for a period of one year after final acceptance of the entire work by the City. Contractor shall repair or replace all work or Agreement • 5 material, together with any other work or material that may be displaced or damaged in so doing, that may prove defective in workmanship or material within this one year warranty period without expense or charge of any nature whatsoever to City. (b) In the event that Contractor shall fail to comply with the conditions of the foregoing warranty within ten (10) days after being notified of the defect in writing, City shall have the right, but shall not be obligated, to repair, or obtain the repair of, the defect and Contractor shall pay to City on demand all costs and expense of such repair. Notwithstanding anything herein to the contrary, in the event that any defect in workmanship or material covered by the foregoing warranty results in a condition that constitutes an immediate hazard to public health or safety, or any property interest, or any person, City shall have the right to immediately repair, or cause to be repaired, such defect, and Contractor shall pay to City on demand all costs and expense of such repair. The foregoing statement relating to hazards to health, safety or property shall be deemed to include both temporary and permanent repairs that may be required as determined in the sole discretion and judgment of City. (c) In addition to the above, the Contractor shall make a written assignment of any applicable manufacturers' and other product warranties to the City, prior to completion and final acceptance of the work by City. IN WITNESS WHEREOF, City and Contractor have caused their authorized representatives to execute this Agreement the day and year first written above. CITY OF SAN RAFAEL: An Schutz City Nlanab r ATTEST: Esther C Beirne City Clerk APPROVED AS TO FORM: Robert F. Epstein City Attorney File No.: �:7 ) Gray Industries, I By: -ak Printed Name: Title: ��jj I"1rc13? Agreement • 6 Gray Industries, Inc 249 Los Angeles Blvd San Anselmo, Ca. 94960 Name/Address F� Q e4o60-� S FS 51 Description Fire Station 51 -- Per bid form Exhibit #1 ---Construct skids or sled for compressor and generator so they can be moved Labor and materials includes fork lift rental to lift and transport all heavy items------------ $3,500.00 Exhibit #2 ---Remove historic switchboard Labor and materials----------------- $95.00 Exhibit #3 ---Already removed no cost Exhibit #4 ---Fire pole all parts and accessories Labor and materials----------------- $350.00 Exhibit #5 ---Save two front station doors (best ones) Labor and materials---------------- $2,750.00 Exhibit #6 ---Remove historic bell Labor and materials----------------- $240.00 Exhibit #7 ---Corbels at front of firehouse (need shoring) Labor and materials----------------- $3,200.00 Exhibit #8 ---Historic railings Labor and materials----------------- $720.00 Exhibit #9 ---Plaque Labor and materials------------------ $95.00 Exhibit#10 --- Telephone box, sign and lamp Labor and materials----------------- $160.00 .Eyhibit 1111 — "I, "7566 -96 - Exhibit #12 ---Eagle statue on top of fire pole Labor and materials------------------- $95.00 Exhibit #13 ---Lamp at fire pole Labor and materials------------------- $75.00 Exhibit #14 ---Hanging light Page 1 Esdm to Date Estimate No. 8/20/2017 480 Project Qty Total 0.00 Total �tJ�flJfi Gray Industries, Inc Estimate 249 Los Angeles Blvd San Anselmo, Ca. 94960 Date Estimate No. Name/Address FS 51 8/20/2017 480 Project Description Qty Total Labor and materials----------------- $75.00 Exhibit #15 ---Flag pole Labor and materials----------------- $280.00 (need city bucket truck to take down) Exhibit #16 ---Salvage beams This item needs to be discussed with the Captain Exhibit #17 --White cabinets at day room (save best two) Labor and materials -------------- ---$960.00 Exhibit #18 ---City of SanRafael Fire Department lettering at front of brick Labor and materials---------------- $750.00 Exhibit #19 ---Fire department jacket rack Labor and materials--------------- $160.00 Exhibit #20 ---Remove 3 sectional roll up doors Labor and materials--------- --- $1,500.00 Exhibit #21 --Remove all stainless steel sinks Labor and materials------------------- $560.00 Exhibit #22 ---Remove and transport 4 lockers upstairs in hallway Labor and materials ------------ $ 425.00 Exhibit #23 ---Remove and transport 6 windows above front of FS 51 2nd floor facing street Labor and materials--------------- $520.00 Exhibit #24—Remove sink upstairs Labor and materials-------------- $75.00 Exhibit #25 ---Remove 2 lights in upstairs back bedroom Labor and materials-------------- $75.00 Total Page 2 Gray Industries, Inc EsU rin ate 249 Los Angeles Blvd San Anselmo, Ca. 94960 Date Estimate No. 8/20/2017 481 Name/Address Blue House E)( 2 Project Description Qty Total Blue House --- City Of San Rafael 0.00 1) Remove building numbers No charge 2) Remove ginger bread molding at front porch handrails and staircase Labor and materials--------------- $480.00 3) Remove ginger bread molding at front porch roof area Labor and materials--------------- $575.00 4) Remove entire window frames and windows at first floor (6 total) Labor and materials---------------- $900.00 5)' Remove entire window frames and windows at second floor (5 total) Labor and materials----------------- $850.00 6) Remove inside stair rails and ballisters (no posts) Labor and materials------------------ $300.00 7) Remove 8 upstairs and 7 downstairs doors Labor and materials----------------- $375.00 8) Remove kitchen cabinets as marked Labor and materials------------------ $300.00 9) Remove two lights at front entry Labor and materials----------------- $50.00 10) Remove step composite boards at back stairway Labor and materials------------- $175.00 11) Remove A/C unit from under back stairs Labor and materials------------- $225.00 12) Wrap all painted materials in 6 mil plastic and seal with tape prior to removal and transport Transport to drop off point Labor and materials--------------------- $1,150.00 Total Page 1 Gray Industries, Inc Est"O rn ate 249 Los Angeles Blvd San Anselmo, Ca. 94960 Date Estimate No. Name/Address -Blue HeaseTp'g:Ktx\ G serw Le -5 8/20/2017 481 Project Description Qty Total Parking services trailer Remove all ramp and deck composite boards Labor and materials------------- $650.00 Remove cabinets in kitchen Labor and materials-------- ----- $400.00 Remove all handicapped hand rails and hand holds Labor and materials ------------$150.00 Page 2 Total Exterior Construction Materials / North Elev. Community Development Office 1313 5th Street San Rafael, CA April 26, 2017 Survey & Sampling for Abatement and Demolition A es are wood with dark mmupie layers or palm. i ne rayareo ar rn❑sr wcnuuns wnn m nmmPie ayn.s u. Pnini, blue paints used. Samples finish coat here is painted a light blue finish coat The lab %Vth a green/ blue top coat. PBH•02 was found to torr- while The results of sample reports 10 000 ppm lead was The results of samise PGH - lain 13,000 ppm of lead. PBH-01 finds 7,000 ppm detected n Sample PBH 03. 08 finds 250.000 ppm lead This .s a lead basea level. lead. This is classified as Most other siding contains lead based paint. higher levels and are all Ilsted as LBP Exhibit 4 Exterior Construction Materials / West Elev. April 26, 2017 Survey & Sampling for Community Development Office Abatement and Demolition 1313 5th Street San Rafael, CA Stiles are wood with dark layered at most locations with with multiple layers of palm, blue paints used. Samples a light Slue finish coat. The lab with a green/ blue tap coat PBH-02 was found to con- reports t 10,000 ppm lead was The results of sample PBH• tain 13,000 ppm of lead. detected in Sample PBH-07 08 finds 250,000 ppm lead. This is a lead based level. Most other siding contains higher levels and are all listed as LBP. -MDA Lead Survey Report This report may be copied only in Its entirety. April 30, 2017 City of San Rafael Fire Dept. 1039 C Street San Rafael, California 94901 Lead Paint Survey for Community Development Office @ 1313 5th Street San Rafael, CA INTRODUCTION This report presents our inspection and bulk sampling for ead based paints ("LBP") at the current San Rafael Community Development Office at 1313 51h Street. The inspection was performed on April 26Th, 2017. The inspection at the site examined limited area of the exterior elevations and porch areas. The primary purpose of this inspection is to identify painted surface materials, which contain lead, which must be treated specially prior to salvage or demolition of the structure. Our scope of work included a lead inspection consisting of visual inspection, bulk sampling, 'aboratory analysis, and the generation of the report findings. Asbestos samples were also collected, but are detailed in a separate report. The inspection was performed by Mr. Monte Deignan, a Cal/OSHA certified asbestos consultant, AHERA accredited building inspector, and CA Department of Public Health Certified Lead Inspector/ Assessor. II. REGULATORY OVERVIEW The following oversight agencies and regulations may affect the implementation of this project as described below: Federal Agencies Environmental Protection Agency ("EPA"), • Applies to pre 1978 housing and "child -occupied facilities" • Requires purchasers or tenants to receive EPA lead pamphlet, disclose known lead hazards, Allow 10 day inspection period, Sales contracts / leases must contain a lead warning statement. Went into effect December 1996. Monte Deignan & Associates Cert;fied Asbestos & Lead Consultant P.O. Box 546 • Larkspur, CA 94977 - (415) 927 9038 Page 2 of 7 This report may be copied only in Is entirety. Renovation, Repair, and Painting (RRP) Program 40 CFR Part 745.81. Went into effect April 2010. Applies if more than 6 sq. feet of interior paint or more than 20 sq. feet of exterior LBP is disturbed. Requires RRP training for firms and workers. Enforced by EPA Housing and Urban Development (HUD) • Applies to all pre 1978 Federally Supported Housing State Agencies/Regulations California Department of Public Health (CDPH) Title 17 • Applies to Public and Residential buildings (wherever public has access) • Requires notification prior to removal of lead hazard abatement work (different from application of new paint over intact LPB), Requires Accreditation, Certification and Work Practices for Lead based paint and Lead Hazards. California Occupational Safety and Health Administration ("Cal/OSHA") • Construction Standard 8 CCR 1532.1, follows EPA / HUD CDPH notification numbers • Requires paint removal exceeding PEL of 50 micrograms / m3 to be removed by a registered Cal DPH certified workers / contractors. Requires 24-hour notification prior to trigger task work of more than 100 square feet of paint with detectable lead. • Requires that contractors be licensed by the California Contractors State License Board ("CSLB") Lead Disclosure Regulations • Requires notification of tenants, employees, and co-owners about the presence and locations of LBP, and the potential health effects Contractor Lead Disclosure Law • California state law requires the disclosure of LPB or Lead hazards presence prior to work or painting that will disturb materials. The EPA pamphlet "Renovate Right' to be provided is more than 2 sq. feet of LPB is disturbed. III. HEALTH EFFECTS AND REGULATIONS The inhalation or ingestion of lead can cause serious health effects, particularly in exposed children. Lead in the body can cause damage to the central and peripheral nervous systems, Monte Deignan & Associates Certified Asbestos & Lead Consultant P.Q. Box 546 • Larkspur, CA 94977 • (415) 927-9038 Page 3 of 7 This report may be copied only in its entirety. cardiovascular system and kidneys. Exposed children have been affected with learning and behavioral problems, which are apparently irreversible. Levels of lead in children's blood constituting a public health concern went from 60 micrograms per deciliter of blood (ug/dl) in 1970 to the current level of >10 ug/dl. Lead exposure in pregnant women can have a deleterious effect on the developing fetus. There are no post -abatement air clearance levels, although levels should at least be below the Cal -OSHA "action level." DPH has set surface contamination clearance levels for lead abatement as follows: o 40 ug/ft2 for interior floors o 250 ug/ft2 for interior horizontal surfaces (excluding floors) o400 ug/ft2 for exterior horizontal surfaces The requirement to perform surface contamination clearance swipe sampling applies only to lead paint abatement work in public and residential buildings, and does not apply to activities such as the routine preparation and re -painting of surfaces with lead-based or lead -containing paint which are not intended as lead hazard abatement efforts. Notifications: Contractors must be notified of the presence of lead -containing coatings and results of lead sampling must be made available to potential lessees and purchasers of this property before they become obligated under lease or sales contracts. Landlords and sellers are also required to distribute an educational pamphlet and include standard warning language in their leases or sales contracts. DPH requires notification from contractors performing lead hazard abatement work. Worker Training & Monitoring: The Cal -OSHA lead construction regulation sets the permissible exposure limit (PEL) for airborne lead at 50 micrograms per cubic meter of air (ug/m3) averaged over an 8 -hour workday, with a 30 ug/m3 "action level" (AL). Personnel performing trigger tasks such as demolition, sanding, abrasive blasting, heat -gun removal, etc. on any lead containing coatings must be properly trained, exposure and medically monitored, and provided with appropriate respiratory and personnel protection pending findings of initial air exposure monitoring. Waste Disposal: If the total lead concentration of a waste exceeds the 1,000 ppm total threshold limit concentration (TTLC), or 5 ppm soluble threshold limit concentration (STLC) then it must be disposed of as hazardous waste. Efforts should always be made to limit lead -contaminated waste by segregation of high and low lead wastes. Monte Deignan & Associates Certified Asbestos & Lead Consultant P.O. Box 546 - larkspur, CA 94977 - (415) 927-9038 Page 4 of 7 This report may be copied only In its entirety. Certification: The DPH requires certification of personnel performing lead inspections, assessments, monitoring, clearance sampling, and hazard abatement in public buildings. For non-public buildings the DPH worker certification is not required. Demolition work as a part of a renovation / remodel is not considered lead hazard abatement work per se so that the worker certification does not necessarily apply, unless airborne lead exposures exceed the PEL. IV. LEAD ANALYSIS PROCEDURES Sampling Strategy Lead samples were collected in plastic containers for analysis. Each sample location was noted on the sample container, and in the field notes. Sample analysis was performed by flame atomic absorption spectrometry according to EPA SW -846 Method 7420. Lead samples analyses were performed by Micro Analytical Laboratories in Emeryville, California, which is accredited by the American Industrial Hygiene Association (AIHA) Proficiency Analytical Testing (PAT) program. The collection of bulk samples was based on the guidelines established by the EPA, HUD, CDPH, and CA OSHA regulations. IV. VISUAL SURVEY FINDINGS On the morning of April 26th, the inspection of the building was performed. The inspection consisted of collection of paint chip samples from the exterior surfaces. Many of the interior spaces were still occupied. The age of the building and the use of lead based paint are usually related. The building appears to be pre 1978 and would not be subject to the pre 1978 housing regulations, due to its current usage. This building appears to have been repainted in the past, with multiple layers of paint on most existing surfaces. The existing paints are in good condition with only isolated areas of chipping and peeling. Any chipping and peeling paints will require lead specific remediation prior to demolition. Walls and Exterior Components The building consists of wood siding and wood trim on exterior walls. Most of the siding and trim examples have more than one layer of paint. The siding, soffits, rafters, and doors all show multiple layers of paints. Very few of the older applications of paint on exterior wood surfaces are chipping and peeling. Interior Wall Components The interior walls and ceilings are plaster or drywall in fair to good condition, with only minor defects at older applications. The wood trim in the interior is painted and contains fewer layers than exterior trim. The interior trim is in good condition with no chipping and peeling. No paint samples were collected from interior materials. Monte Deignan & Associates Certified Asbestos & Lead Consultant P.O. Box 546 • Larkspur, CA 94977 • (415) 927-9038 Page 5 of 7 V. SUMMARY OF LAB RESULTS AND FINDINGS Ths report may be copied only in As entirety. Lead was detected in all of the ten paint samples. The sample results ranged from 7000 parts - per -million (ppm) to 250,000 ppm in the blue green paint on the facia boards. Demolition or removal of materials containing lead is a Cal -OSHA level one "trigger task" that assumes exposures will exceed the permissible exposure limit (PEL). For work in public buildings where the PEL is exceeded Cal -OSHA requires that workers be certified by the California Department of Health (DPH). The lead content of most of the paints sampled is high enough that demolition or removal activities disturbing any of them are likely to result in exposures above the PEL. Information concerning the lead sample results must be provided to contractors who in turn must provide employees with lead -specific hazard communication type information including health effects and good hand hygiene practices (e.g., wash hands before eating drinking or smoking, etc.). However, with regard to the 250,000 ppm or other high lead level paint on the wood surfaces, demolition activities that disturb it are likely to exceed the PEL. Furthermore, abrasive blasting, welding, cutting, and torch burning are all Cal -OSHA level 3 "trigger tasks" and employers are required to assume exposures exceed 2,500 ug/M3. The Cal - OSHA lead in construction safety order requires that supplied air respiratory protection be provided for this level of exposure, in addition to lead worker training, certification, hygiene facilities, etc. It is recommended that if any level 3 trigger tasks are to be performed on the wood or metal, then spot -removal of the paint should be conducted first. The older exposed or weathered paint chips, debris or dust are easily transferred by hand contact so that the importance of good hand hygiene is paramount. The items that are scheduled for salvage or retention by the city shall be cleaned of any loose debris on site before disassembly. The training level for the removal without abatement shall be the equivalent of lead worker or EPA RRP training. It is also recommended that any demolition of the lead -containing materials or spot -removal work should be conducted by DPH lead -certified workers. Typically Cal -OSHA registered asbestos abatement contractors also perform demolition of lead containing materials so that the asbestos abatement and demolition work could conceivably be performed by the same hazmat contractor. The total lead content of all of the paint samples (i.e., the blue paint of windows and siding) exceeded the 1,000 ppm total threshold limit concentration (TTLC), and all of the results exceeded 50 ppm, or ten times the 5 ppm soluble threshold limit concentration (STLC) so that loose paint debris must be disposed of as lead hazardous waste. Loose and peeling paints should be removed from surfaces prior to salvage or demolition. In order to reduce the amount of lead hazardous waste, it is recommended that the demolition debris should be composited and the samples analyzed by the waste extraction test (WET) for comparison against the 5 ppm STLC. Debris exceeding the STLC must be disposed of as lead hazardous waste. Monte Delgnan & Associates Certified Asbestos & Lead Consultant P.O. Box 546 • Larkspur, CA 94977 • (415) 927-9038 Page 6 of 7 VI. RECOMMENDATIONS This report may be copied only In its entirety. Based on the visual inspection, sampling and laboratory analysis conducted, the following recommendations apply to the paint materials found on this site: 1. All of the exterior paints shall be treated as lead based paints. Any removal shall be performed using RRP methods, following all applicable regulatory guidelines. 2. The chipping and peeling paints, such as found at the roof or facia areas, must be removed using abatement practices for LBP prior to any additional work at the site. The work is considered as abatement of a lead hazard, thus it cannot be done by a painting or general contractor. The lead abatement work must be performed by contractors registered for lead related work, using CDPH certified workers. Any removal shall be performed following all applicable regulatory guidelines - 3. The salvage work for specific items of the remainder of the building must be done by contractors following RRP program requirements, using RRP trained workers and supervisors. This assumes that additional prep work will be required after the chipping and peeling cleaning phase. 4. Renovation or demolition work in areas that are not specifically covered by this report shall be re -inspected prior to any disturbance of suspect materials. If the scope of work changes, please allow 24- 48 hours notice for the inspector to perform additional survey work at the site. 5. The composite site debris shall be tested for lead using the total threshold limit concentration (TTLC EPA 7420) testing to determine the appropriate land fill for the debris. This applies to components that may be removed. The paint chips are lead hazardous waste that exceed the 1000 ppm threshold already. Notify the consultant 24-48 hours prior to start of any removal or aaatement work to arrange for work monitoring and air sampling during the initial phase of the construction, if desired. The construction manager of the project should verify that the abatement contractor is qualified to perform the work and understands the EPA and CDPH specifications and restrictions for working on a public building. A pre job safety meeting is required. Any chemicals to be used on the project must be accompanied by a Materials Safety Data Sheet ("MSDS") and appropriate hazard communication training for all employees at the site. Monte Deignan & Associates Certified Asbestos & Lead Consultant P.O. Box 546 - Larkspur, CA 94977 . (415) 927-9038 Page 7 of 7 This report may be copied only in its entirety. VII. LIMITATIONS OF LIABILITY The work and resulting recommendations for this survey are in accordance with generally accepted building survey practices and the lead based paint inspections. The report generators provide no other guarantees, either expressed or implied. Conclusions and recommendations presented in issued reports are qualitative judgments based on the prevailing regulations affecting the scope of this work at the time of the inspection of the particular building(s). The scope of work was limited to the visible and accessible parts of the building, limited sampling analysis, and data review. The client recognizes that site conditions or access may vary from those encountered at the time of the inspection, and that changing conditions may cause us to alter our recommendations. We have attempted to view as much of the building as possible, without opening hidden areas, removing all of the ceiling panels, or damaging existing property. If conditions or situations occur that expose these non -inspected areas, we will be glad to continue our inspection at that time for those locations. This report is for the express use of the client for whom it was prepared, and is not intended for use by third parties. The authors of this report will not be responsible for interpretation or use by third parties of any of the information contained in this report. The building survey for lead is intended to provide an initial assessment of lead containing material at specific locations, and may not be valid at other locations or for other unique materials. Additional site evaluations could result in information that would lead us to revise our conclusions and recommendations. If any doubts exist, call for additional inspections or testing. Respectfully submitted, rf A -� Monte Deignan CDPH Inspector / Assessor # 2599 Monte Deignan & Associates Certified Asbestos & Lead Consultant P.O. Box 546 • Larkspur, CA 94977 • (415) 927-9038 BPH -05 Blue/ Gre 27,000 ppi BPH -06 Lt. Blue 41,000 ppl f Porch 1� 1 0 eeption Office #1 BPH -01 White 7700 ppm 31'-10 1/2" f=ntry BPH -02 BPH -03 Dark Blue Lt. Blue 13,000 ppm 10,000 ppm , Down Conference i close) Hall _V Office #2 10 ri 1-) Rest Break Room / Kitchen Room File Room O BPH -07 BPH -08 Lt. Blue Blue / Green 110,000 ppm 250,000 ppm 1313 Fifth Street San Rafael, CA First Floor Lead Survey April 26, 2017 Legend of Materials Lead Free ---® Lead Conlaining 111) Lead Based --- -0 BPH -04 White 39,000 ppm BPH -09 �— Lt. Blue 150,000 ppm BPH -10 Blue / Green =_ 85,000 ppm u� M = Monte Deignan & Associates Certified Asbestos & Lead Consultants Larkspur, CA Page t of Z MICRO ANALYTICAL LABORATORIES, INC. 0 L7 LEAD IN PAINT - FLAME AAS (SW846) Ir .i 1084 Monte Deignan PROJECT: Micro Log In 231769 Monte Deignan & Associates COMMUNITY Total Samples 10 P.O. Box 546 DEVELOPMENT OFFICE Date Sampled 04/26/2017 Larkspur, CA 94977 Date Received 04/26/2017 Date Analyzed 04/26/2017 Technical Supervisor: 4/26/2017_ _ Analyst: TLN Tess Tagorda, Chemistry 5 ,pervisor Date Reported AIHA-LAP LLC ELLAP Accredited Labcratory, ID 11101766. SOP M2 alnt. Samples are analyzed by Flame Atomic Absorption Spectrometry (AAS). U S. EPA SW 646 Method 7420 is used for the Instrumental analysis. Nitric acid and hydr an peroxide digestion procedures are based on ASTM E-1645. Unless otherwise Indicated on this report, ali required Quality Control samples have been determined to be n control prior to releasing these analytical results. Unless otherwise stated In this report, al samples were received in acceptable condition for analysis. Note: due to software limitations, the number of reported significant figures does not necessarily refect the uncertainty of the analysis. if the amount of sample available for analysis !s lower than advisable for this method, detection limits and uncertainty will be higher. This repon must not be reproduced except In full, without Die approval of Micro Analytical Laboratories, Inc., and pertains only to the samples analyzed. Unit explanations mg = milligrams; kg = kilograms; ppm = parts per miHon N/A = Not Applicable. RDL = Repott Detection Limit. 5900 HOLLIS STREET, SUITE M, EMERYVILLE, CALIFORNIA 94608 -(51a) 853.0624 Lead Concentration Sample ID Weight Percent mg/kg (ppm) RDL Cliental PBH-01 Lab: 231769-01 l l 0.0826 % WHITE PAINT ON WOOD 0.70 Va 7000 826 mg/kg g g ENTRY DOOR AT NORTH Cliental PBH•D2 Lab: 231769-02 0.0813 /o BLUE PAINT ON WOOD . 13 % 13000 813 mglkg WINDOW AT PORCH, NORTH SIDE Client:) PBH-03 Lab: 231769-03 I I 0.0741 % BLUE PAINT ON WOOD 1.0% 10000741 mg/kg SIDING AT PORCH, NORTH SIDE Cliental PBH-04 Lab: 231769-04 10,403 % WHITE PAINT ON WOOD 3.9% 39000 4,032 mg/kg TRIM AT PORCH, NORTH SIDE Client:) PBH-05 Lab: 231769-05 1 l 0.362 % GREEN PAIN rONWOOD 2.7 Vo 27000 3,817 mglkg TRIM AT WEST SIDE Technical Supervisor: 4/26/2017_ _ Analyst: TLN Tess Tagorda, Chemistry 5 ,pervisor Date Reported AIHA-LAP LLC ELLAP Accredited Labcratory, ID 11101766. SOP M2 alnt. Samples are analyzed by Flame Atomic Absorption Spectrometry (AAS). U S. EPA SW 646 Method 7420 is used for the Instrumental analysis. Nitric acid and hydr an peroxide digestion procedures are based on ASTM E-1645. Unless otherwise Indicated on this report, ali required Quality Control samples have been determined to be n control prior to releasing these analytical results. Unless otherwise stated In this report, al samples were received in acceptable condition for analysis. Note: due to software limitations, the number of reported significant figures does not necessarily refect the uncertainty of the analysis. if the amount of sample available for analysis !s lower than advisable for this method, detection limits and uncertainty will be higher. This repon must not be reproduced except In full, without Die approval of Micro Analytical Laboratories, Inc., and pertains only to the samples analyzed. Unit explanations mg = milligrams; kg = kilograms; ppm = parts per miHon N/A = Not Applicable. RDL = Repott Detection Limit. 5900 HOLLIS STREET, SUITE M, EMERYVILLE, CALIFORNIA 94608 -(51a) 853.0624 Page 2 of 2 Technical Supervisor: ��-..r. 4/26/2017 Analyst: TLN I— Tess Tagorda, Chemistry Supe 'sur Date Reported AIHA-LAP LLC ELLAP Accredited] Laboratory, ID 0101768. SOP M25 -Paint . amples are analyzed by Flame Atomic Absorption Spectrometry (AAS) U.S. EPA SW 046 Method 7420 Is used for the instrumental analysis. Nitric acid and hydrogen r xide digestion procedures are based on ASTM E-1045. Unless otherwise Indicated on this report, all required Quality Control samples have been determined to be in cont} 1 prior to releasing these analytical results. Unless olherwise stated in this report, all samples were received in acceptable condition for analysis- Note: due to software limitations, the number of reported significant figures does not necessarily reflect the unrsdalnly of the analysis. it the amount of sample available for analysis is Inver than advisable for this method, detection Bails and uncertainly unit be higher. This report must not be reproduced except in lull, without the approval of Micro Analytical Laboratories, Inc., and pertains only to the samples analyzed. Unit exptandlluns mg = milligrams; kg = kilograms ppm = parts per million NJA = Not Applicable. ROL = Report DelnUlon Limit. 5900 HOLLIS STREET, SUITE M, EMERYVILLE, CALIFORNIA 94608 - (510) 653-0824 MICRO ANALYTICAL LABORATORIES, INC. OO LEAD IN PAINT - FLAME AAS (SW846) Sample ID �r • ' 1084 RDL Client: PBH-06 Monte Deignan PROJECT: Micro Log In 231769 Monte Deignan & Associates COMMUNITY Tota( Samples 10 P,O. Box 546 DEVELOPMENT OFFICE Date Sampled 04/26/2017 Larkspur, CA 94977 3356 !k mg/kg 9 SIDING AT WEST SIDE Date Received 04/26/2017 Client: IPSH-07 Date Analyzed 04/26/201 7 Technical Supervisor: ��-..r. 4/26/2017 Analyst: TLN I— Tess Tagorda, Chemistry Supe 'sur Date Reported AIHA-LAP LLC ELLAP Accredited] Laboratory, ID 0101768. SOP M25 -Paint . amples are analyzed by Flame Atomic Absorption Spectrometry (AAS) U.S. EPA SW 046 Method 7420 Is used for the instrumental analysis. Nitric acid and hydrogen r xide digestion procedures are based on ASTM E-1045. Unless otherwise Indicated on this report, all required Quality Control samples have been determined to be in cont} 1 prior to releasing these analytical results. Unless olherwise stated in this report, all samples were received in acceptable condition for analysis- Note: due to software limitations, the number of reported significant figures does not necessarily reflect the unrsdalnly of the analysis. it the amount of sample available for analysis is Inver than advisable for this method, detection Bails and uncertainly unit be higher. This report must not be reproduced except in lull, without the approval of Micro Analytical Laboratories, Inc., and pertains only to the samples analyzed. Unit exptandlluns mg = milligrams; kg = kilograms ppm = parts per million NJA = Not Applicable. ROL = Report DelnUlon Limit. 5900 HOLLIS STREET, SUITE M, EMERYVILLE, CALIFORNIA 94608 - (510) 653-0824 Lead Concentration Sample ID Weight Percent mg/kg (ppm) RDL Client: PBH-06 !.ab: 231769-060.336 l % BLUE PAINT ON WOOD 4.1 % 41 000 3356 !k mg/kg 9 SIDING AT WEST SIDE , Client: IPSH-07 Lab. 231769-07 �— 0.806 % BLUE PAINT ON WOOD 11 0�0 110000 8 065 mglkg SIDING AT SOUTH SIDE Client:I PBH-08 Lab: 231769-08 l 1.55 % GREENINTSOUTH WOSIDOD 2'5 % 250000 15,504 mg/kg g g AT Cliental PBH-09 Lab: 231769-09 1 16 BLUE PAI NT ON WOOD __j15 % 1550000 16,000 mg/kg SIDING AT EAST SIDE Client:I PBH-10 Lab: 231769-10 0.787 % GREEN PAINT ON WOOD 8.5% 85000 7,874 mg/kg TRIM AT EAST SIDE Technical Supervisor: ��-..r. 4/26/2017 Analyst: TLN I— Tess Tagorda, Chemistry Supe 'sur Date Reported AIHA-LAP LLC ELLAP Accredited] Laboratory, ID 0101768. SOP M25 -Paint . amples are analyzed by Flame Atomic Absorption Spectrometry (AAS) U.S. EPA SW 046 Method 7420 Is used for the instrumental analysis. Nitric acid and hydrogen r xide digestion procedures are based on ASTM E-1045. Unless otherwise Indicated on this report, all required Quality Control samples have been determined to be in cont} 1 prior to releasing these analytical results. Unless olherwise stated in this report, all samples were received in acceptable condition for analysis- Note: due to software limitations, the number of reported significant figures does not necessarily reflect the unrsdalnly of the analysis. it the amount of sample available for analysis is Inver than advisable for this method, detection Bails and uncertainly unit be higher. This report must not be reproduced except in lull, without the approval of Micro Analytical Laboratories, Inc., and pertains only to the samples analyzed. Unit exptandlluns mg = milligrams; kg = kilograms ppm = parts per million NJA = Not Applicable. ROL = Report DelnUlon Limit. 5900 HOLLIS STREET, SUITE M, EMERYVILLE, CALIFORNIA 94608 - (510) 653-0824 `Bulk Sample Log & Ldboratory Request Form Lab Client # : 1084 Log In # : 23 n �� • - 1 -, . Client: City of San Rafael Analysis Requested Fire Stations PLM U Rush Q ' TEM Q 24 Hr. Q Pb ® 3-5 Dy. P.O. Box 546 Larkspur, CA 94977 Ptoject : Community Development Office Misc. [Q Std. Q Tel (415) 927.9038 Collected By : MD Report To: montedeignan@mac.com Fax (415) 927-9078 i Date: April 26, 2017 '- Sample-r Sample Description 1 Sample Location Notes ! Lab >f PSHW� }�,41►rr' i 1 P BH i�-Vt� j9p1Nt _\ -,.f �V({N -- - -- P BH ---- - -- - "$�- { Notal i - - - -- �Atrs� ' - \1��t7 ! SI f71►�U j%o�H , i —v3 - of 0 P BH�, f '4i P>Z = �r ►-.y�17 t s! - =r jzt ►�1 f' ; _ _ _ . - ---- I - - _ _\VAS►" C P BH- P BH NGc ca-7 P BH Gt?£*t . i�•�t`'1-otJ _�Y�t� �iGf� StGZ�! -- -: -i. I._ --, -- - - J- g P BH �ii- _ -—...... ... - ---- - - P BHo ��'�-s 1- �JN•C" a'N �� �-I� C° �T�_c�4.?� -- _ —____ �. � _ Laboratory Name / Addrets Microana(ytical Lab Emeryville, CA ...' _._. I Released By Transfered To: Page -/—Of 4-- Received By BID FORM FIRE STATION Exhibit 1 If possible - remove generator. If not - we will have demo contractor remove Exhibit 2 Historic Switchboard Exhibit 3 Bell - this has been removed Exhibit 4 Fire Pole Exhibit 5 Door and Hardware - Need 2 best doors Exhibit 6 Historic Bell Exhibit 7 Corbels (5) Exhibit 8 Historic Railing Exhibit 9 Plaque Exhibit 10 Telephone Box Sign and Lamp Exhibit 11 Sprial Stair Case Exhibit 12 Eagle Statue on top of fire pole Exhibit 13 lamp and fire pole Exhibit 14 Hanging Light Exhibit 15 Flag Pole and acccessories Exhibit 16 Redwood - mezzanine - Salvage about 100 sq ft. Exhibit 17 Save white cabinet (the single tall cabinet chief showed us today) Exhibit 18 City of San Rafael Fire Dept (lettering) Exhibit 19 Fire Dept Jacket rack (portion as Chief Gray showed us today) Blue House All exterior windows Exterior vintage front door Interior vintage doors Total cost OH&Profit TOTAL BID Exterior Construction Materials / East Elev. San Rafael Fire Department Station 51 1039 C Street San Rafael, CA April 26, 2017 Survey & Sampling for Abatement and Demolition The balcony doors and trim are wood with oink paint usedSamples from earlier testing by others found 130,000 ppm of lead This is a lead based level. The paint is chipping and peeling. The original apparatus The metal handralt W bay doors contain multiple painted with multiple layers of oa"nt. The finish layers of oalnt, wnh coal here Is painted pink a black top coal. The / green. The results of results of sample sample P51-03 finds P51-11 finds 140.000 &1000 ppm lead. Th:s is ppm Wad. The lead classiLed as lead cased based paW 1s lilac[. paint. The paint Is ch-pping and peeling. The stucco Wlrxj is muhlple layered with a Um Wah coat. The lab reports 1600 ppm toad was detected in Sample P51.09. The main[ is inWot and classified as lead conWIng. L Mainz. Shop I Laundry P 51.01 Green ! Sllvar 9900 Ppm O P 51-05 Whits t f� 160 ppm T— Slorage P 5104 Green I While -----—- I enD ppm P 51-11 Black 10range 140,000 ppm 19L10 fir 1 San Rafael Station # 51 1039 C St San Rafael, CA Lead Survey 1st Floor April 26, 2017 s1'•1 118' y 1 P 5107 While Shop! Garage 440 opm "j ... P5en Green 1000 ppm ` • v Conf. Office Office R. Room P 51•u6 0 O g— 1100 Pro m Apparatus Bay "S'_10 Admin Pink I Green Office 17,000 ppm Office P 51.09 3. Whilo 1 '000 Ppm P 51.02 Graan Pent 3 l_9TIB' P I P 51 "Graan an I Pink --- lnk--"31-9 28'-2 314" 84,000 ppm Legend of Materials "I Lead c are ppm - -O r sad Ccmaimu9 , rCil ppm 0 Lead eased, 5000 pWn Monte Delgnan & Associates Certified Asbestos & Lead Consultants MEMOS, , Larkspur, CA e 151-15 -_-- �— GraaniTm, 9000 ppm �I P 51-12 Green 240 ppm P 51-11 Black (Orange 140,000 ppm 50'-5 12' Dorm l o00 u Kitchen J J Dorm S V r 16• _Balh Room --� p 51-u whit. 900 Pp., Day Room Office P51.14 While 1 j 100 ppm 49'-3 114' r r San Rafael Station # 51 1039 C St San Rafael, CA Lead Survey 2nd Floor Apfil 26, 2017 Legend of Materiels Low Lead <600 ppn, 41 L i Gcmau,u,q> iiB) 1, n O Lead Based . 5000 ppm – a 'S®r 7D .• Monte Delgnan & Associates Certified Asbestos Consultants Larkspur, CA Comments/Notes Note:1 LBP: Lead Based Paint at levels above 5000 ppm. LCP: Lead Containing Paint at levels between 250 and 5000 ppm Paint with lead levels below 250 ppm are classified as Lead Free. Any sample result above the limit of detection may pose a risk it performing certain "Trigger Task Activities", such as grinding, torch cutting, media blasting. Lead Inspection Materials Listing Facility: - 1039 C Street San Rafael, CA for Demolition Project Date : April 26, 2017 Inspector: Monte Deignan, CA DPH IA 2599 Page 1 of 2 Sample # Material Desc. Locations Lead % / ppm Recommendations P 51-01 Green on Metal Circular Stair, App. Room 0.99%/9900 Follow Cal / OSHA & DPH regulations for LBP P 51-02 Green on Wood App. Room Door, Interior 0.19%/1900 Follow Cal / OSHA & DPFI regulations for LCP P 51-03 Pink/ Gm. on Wood App. Room Door, Exterior 8.4%184,000 Follow Cal / OSHA & DPH regulations for LBP P 51-04 Whl.l Gm. on Wood App. Room Trim, Interior 0.18%/1800 Follow Cal / OSHA & DPH regulations for LCP P 51-05 White on Metal App. Room Wall, Interior @ S 0.016%/160 Minimal Cal / OSI iA & No DPH regulations apply P 51-06 White on Stucco Garage Wali, Interior @ W 0.044%/440 Follow Cal / OSHA & DPH regulations for LCP P 51-07 Pink/ Gm. on Wood App. Room Door, Exterior 7.4%1 74000 Follow Cal / OSI 1A & DPH regulations for LBP P 5 1 -08 Green on Metal Garage Door Jamb @ W 0.19%/1900 Fallow Cal / OSHA & DPH regulations for LCP P 51-09 White on Stucco Exterior Walls @ N 0.10%/1000 Follow Cal / OSHA & DPH regulations for LCP P 51-10 Pink/ Gm. on Wood Garage Doors @ N 1.7%/17,000 Follow Cal / OSHA & DPH regulations for LBP Comments/Notes Note:1 LBP: Lead Based Paint at levels above 5000 ppm. LCP: Lead Containing Paint at levels between 250 and 5000 ppm Paint with lead levels below 250 ppm are classified as Lead Free. Any sample result above the limit of detection may pose a risk it performing certain "Trigger Task Activities", such as grinding, torch cutting, media blasting. I Comments/ Notes : Nole:1 LBP: Lead Based Paint at levels above 5000 ppm. LCP: Lead Containing Paint at levels between 600 and 5000 ppm Paint with lead levels below 250 ppm are classified as Lead Free. Any sample result above the limit of detection may pose a risk if performing certain 'Trigger Task Activities", such as grinding, torch cutting, media blasting. No Sam# was collected during an earlier Inspection by others. The paint is chipping and peelingand will require pre -demolition abatement. Lead Inspection Materials Listing Facility: t *F 1l , 1039 C Street San Rafael, CA for Demolition Project Date : April 26, 2017 Inspector: Monte Deignan, CA DPH IA 2599- Page 2 of 2 Sample # Material Desc. Locations Lead % / ppm Recommendations P 51-11 Black/ Org on Metal Balcony Handralls @ E 14% /140,000 Follow Cal / OSHA & DPH regulations for LBP P 51-12 Lt. Grn. on Wood Balcony Doors Interior @ E 0.024%1240 Minimal Cal / OSHA & No DPH regulations apply P 51-13 White on Wood Day Room Cabinets 0.98%/980 Follow Cal / OSHA & DPH regulations for LCP P 51-14 White on Plaster Day Room Walls @ E 0,010% / 100 Minimal Cal / OSHA & No DPH regulations apply P 51.15 Green on Wood Janitor Closet Door, 2nd Fir 0.43%/4300 Fallow Cal / OSHA & DPH regulations for LCP No Sam# Pink on Wood Balcony Doors Exterior @ E 139% / 130,000 _f Follow Cal / OSHA & DPH regulations for LBP I Comments/ Notes : Nole:1 LBP: Lead Based Paint at levels above 5000 ppm. LCP: Lead Containing Paint at levels between 600 and 5000 ppm Paint with lead levels below 250 ppm are classified as Lead Free. Any sample result above the limit of detection may pose a risk if performing certain 'Trigger Task Activities", such as grinding, torch cutting, media blasting. No Sam# was collected during an earlier Inspection by others. The paint is chipping and peelingand will require pre -demolition abatement. MDA � Lead Survey Report This report may be copied only in its entirety. April 29, 2017 City of San Rafael Fire Dept. 1039 C Street San Rafael, California 94901 Lead Paint Survey for Fire Station 51 @ 1039 C Street San Rafael, CA INTRODUCTION This report presents our inspection and bulk sampling for lead based paints ("LBP") at the current San Rafael Fire Station 51 at 1039 C Street. The inspection was performed on April 26th, 2017. The inspection at the site examined limited area of the exterior elevations and the interior public spaces. The primary purpose of this inspection is to identify painted surface materials, which contain lead, which must be treated specially prior to salvage or demolition of the structure. Our scope of work included a lead inspection consisting of visual inspection, bulk sampling, laboratory analysis, and the generation of the report findings. Asbestos samples were also collected, but are detailed in a separate report. The inspection was performed by Mr. Monte Deignan, a Cal/OSHA certified asbestos consultant, AHERA accredited building inspector, and CA Department of Public Health Certified Lead Inspector/ Assessor. it. REGULATORY OVERVIEW The following oversight agencies and regulations may affect the implementation of this project as described below: Federal Agencies Environmental Protection Agency ("EPA"), • Applies to pre 1978 housing and "child -occupied facilities" • Requires purchasers or tenants to receive EPA lead pamphlet, disclose known lead hazards, Allow 10 day inspection period, Sales contracts / leases must contain a lead warning statement. Went into effect December 1996. Renovation, Repair, and Painting (RRP) Program 40 CFR Part 745.81. Went into effect April 2010. Applies if more than 6 sq. feet of interior paint or more than 20 sq. feet of exterior LBP is disturbed. Requires RRP training for firms and workers. Enforced by EPA Monte Deignan & Associates Certified Asbestos & Lead Consultant P.O. Box 546 • Larkspur, CA 94977 • (415) 927-9038 Page 2 of 7 Housing and Urban Development (HUD) Applies to all pre 1978 Federally Supported Housing This report may be copied only in its entirety. State Agencies/Regulations California Department of Public Health (CDPH) Title 17 • Applies to Public and Residential buildings (wherever public has access) • Requires notification prior to removal of lead hazard abatement work (different from application of new paint over intact LPB), Requires Accreditation, Certification and Work Practices for Lead based paint and Lead Hazards. California Occupational Safety and Health Administration ("Cal/OSHA") • Construction Standard 8 CCR 1532.1, follows EPA /HUD CDPH notification numbers • Requires paint removal exceeding PEL of 50 micrograms / m3 to be removed by a registered Ca DPH certified workers / contractors. Requires 24-hour notification prior to trigger task work of more than 100 square feet of paint with detectable lead. • Requires that contractors be licensed by the California Contractors State License Board ("CSLB") Lead Disclosure Regulations • Requires notification of tenants, employees, and co-owners about the presence and locations of LBP, and the potential health effects Contractor Lead Disclosure Law • California state law requires the disclosure of LPB or Lead hazards presence prior to work or painting that will disturb materials. The EPA pamphlet "Renovate Right" to be provided is more than 2 sq. feet of LPB is disturbed. III. HEALTH EFFECTS AND REGULATIONS The inhalation or ingestion of lead can cause serious health effects, particularly in exposed chi dren. Lead in the body can cause damage to the central and peripheral nervous systems, cardiovascular system and kidneys. Exposed children have been affected with learning and behavioral problems, which are apparently irreversible. Levels of lead in children's blood constituting a public health concern went from 60 micrograms per deciliter of blood (ug/dl) in 1970 to the current level of >10 ug/dl. Monte Deignan & Associates Certified Asbestos & Lead Consultant P.O. Box 546 • Larkspur, CA 94977 • (415) 927-9038 Page 3 of 7 This report may be copied only in Its entirely. Lead exposure in pregnant women can have a deleterious effect on the developing fetus. There are no post -abatement air clearance levels, although levels should at least be below the Cal -OSHA "action level." DPH has set surface contamination clearance levels for lead abatement as follows: o 40 ug/ft2 for interior floors o250 ug/ft2 for interior horizontal surfaces (excluding floors) o 400 ug/ft2 for exterior horizontal surfaces The requirement to perform surface contamination clearance swipe sampling applies only to lead paint abatement work in public and residential buildings, and does not apply to activities such as the routine preparation and re -painting of surfaces with lead-based or lead -containing paint which are not intended as lead hazard abatement efforts. Notifications: Contractors must be notified of the presence of lead -containing coatings and results of lead sampling must be made available to potential lessees and purchasers of this property before they become obligated under lease or sales contracts. Landlords and sellers are also required to distribute an educational pamphlet and include standard warning language in their leases or sales contracts. DPH requires notification from contractors performing lead hazard abatement work. Worker Training & Monitoring: The Cal -OSHA lead construction regulation sets the permissible exposure limit (PEL) for airborne lead at 50 micrograms per cubic meter of air (ug/m3) averaged over an 8 -hour workday, with a 30 ug/m3 "action level" (AL). Personnel performing trigger tasks such as demolition, sanding, abrasive blasting, heat -gun removal, etc. on any lead containing coatings must be properly trained, exposure and medically monitored, and provided with appropriate respiratory and personnel protection pending findings of initial air exposure monitoring. Waste Disposal: If the total lead concentration of a waste exceeds the 1,000 ppm total threshold limit concentration (TTLC), or 5 ppm soluble threshold limit concentration (STLC) thbn it must be disposed of as hazardous waste. Efforts should always be made to limit lead -contaminated waste by segregation of high and low lead wastes. Certification: The DPH requires certification of personnel performing lead inspections, assessments, monitoring, clearance sampling, and hazard abatement in public buildings. For non-public buildings the DPH worker certification is not required. Demolition work as a part of a renovation / remodel is not considered lead hazard abatement work per se so that the worker certification does not necessarily apply, unless airborne lead exposures exceed the PEL. Monte Deignan & Associates Certified Asbestos & Lead Consultant P.O. Box 546 • Larkspur, CA 94977 • (415) 927-9038 Page 4 of 7 IV. LEAD ANALYSIS PROCEDURES This report may be copied only in Its entirety Sampling Strategy Lead samples were collected in plastic containers for analysis. Each sample location was noted on the sample container, and in the field notes. Samp a analysis was performed by flame atomic absorption spectrometry according to EPA SW -846 Method 7420. Lead samples analyses were performed by Micro Analytical Laboratories in Emeryville, California, which is accredited by the American Industrial Hygiene Association (AIHA) Proficiency Analytical Testing (PAT) program. The collection of bulk samples was based on the guidelines established by the EPA, HUD, CDPH, and CA OSHA regulations. IV. VISUAL SURVEY FINDINGS On the morning of April 26th, the inspection of the building was performed. The inspection consisted of collection of paint chip samples from the exterior surfaces. Many of the interior spaces were still occupied. The age of the building and the use of lead based paint are usually related. The building appears to be pre 1978 and would not be subject to the pre 1978 housing regulations, due to its current usage. This building appears to have been repainted in the past, with multiple layers of paint on most existing surfaces. The existing paints are chipping and peeling in some of the areas in the scope of work. The chipping and peeling paints will require lead specific remediation prior to demolition. Walls and Exterior Components The building consists of stucco siding and wood trim on exterior walls. Most of the siding and trim examples have more than one layer of paint. The siding, soffits, rafters, and doors all show multiple layers of paints. Most of the older applications of paint on exterior wood surfaces are chipping and peeling. Interior Wall Components The interior walls and ceilings are plaster or drywall in fair to good condition, with only minor defects at older applications. The circular stairway is painted metal, with older paints on the metals parts. The wood trim in the interior is painted and contains fewer layer than exterior trim. The interior trim is in good condition with no chipping and peeling. V. SUMMARY OF LAB RESULTS AND FINDINGS Lead was detected in most of the fifteen paint samples. The sample results ranged from 100 parts -per -million (ppm) to 140,000 ppm in the black paint on the balcony handrails. Many of the Monte Deignan & Associates Certified Asbestos & Lead Consultant P O. Box 546 - Larkspu,, CA 94977 - (415) 927-9038 Page 5 of 7 This report may be copied only in its entirety. interior wall and trim paints were found to contain less than 0.5% or 5000 ppm threshold and are classified as Lead Containing Paints (LCP) Demolition or removal of materials containing lead is a Cal -OSHA level one "trigger task" that assumes exposures will exceed the permissible exposure limit (PEL). For work in public buildings where the PEL is exceeded Cal -OSHA requires that workers be certified by the California Department of Health (DPH). The lead content of most of the paints sampled is high enough that demolition or removal activities disturbing any of them are likely to result in exposures above the PEL. Information concerning the lead sample results must be provided to contractors who in turn must provide employees with lead -specific hazard communication type information including health effects and good hand hygiene practices (e.g., wash hands before eating drinking or smoking, etc.). However, with regard to the 140,000 ppm or other high lead level paint on the metal surfaces, demolition activities that disturb it are likely to exceed the PEL. Furthermore, abrasive blasting, welding, cutting, and torch burning are all Cal -OSHA level 3 "trigger tasks" and employers are required to assume exposures exceed 2,500 ug/M3. The Cal - OSHA lead in construction safety order requires that supplied air respiratory protection be provided for this level of exposure, in addition to lead worker training, certification, hygiene facilities, etc. It is recommended that if any level 3 trigger tasks are to be performed on the wood or metal, then spot -removal of the paint should be conducted first. The older exposed or weathered paint chips, debris or dust are easily transferred by hand contact so that the importance of good hand hygiene is paramount. The items that are scheduled for salvage or retention by the city shall be cleaned of any loose debris on site before disassembly. The training level for the removal without abatement shall be the equivalent of lead awareness or EPA RRP training. It is also recommended that any demolition of the lead -containing materials or spot -removal work should be conducted by DPH lead -certified workers. Typically Cal -OSHA registered asbestos abatement contractors also perform demolition of lead containing materials so that the asbestos abatement and demolition work could conceivably be performed by the same hazmat contractor. The total lead content of many of the paint samples (i.e., the green or pink paint of doors and trim) exceeded the 1,000 ppm total threshold limit concentration (TTLC), and all of the results exceeded 50 ppm, or ten times the 5 ppm soluble threshold limit concentration (STLC) so that loose paint debris must be disposed of as lead hazardous waste. Loose and peeling paints should be removed from surfaces prior to salvage or demolition. In order to reduce the amount of lead hazardous waste, it is recommended that the demolition debris should be composited and the samples analyzed by the waste extraction test (WET) for comparison against the 5 ppm STLC. Debris exceeding the STLC must be disposed of as lead hazardous waste. Monte Deignan & Associates Certified Asbestos & Lead Consultant P.O. Box 546 • Larkspur, CA 94977 • (415) 927-9038 Page 6 of 7 This report may be copied only in its entirety. VI. RECOMMENDATIONS Based on the visual inspection, sampling and laboratory analysis conducted, the following recommendations apply to the paint materials found on this site: 1. All of the exterior paints shall be treated as lead based paints. Any removal shall be performed using RRP methods, following all applicable regulatory guidelines. 2. The chipping and peeling paints, such as found at the doors, windows, or trim, must be removed using abatement practices for LBP prior to any additional work at the site. The work is considered as abatement of a lead hazard, thus it cannot be done by a painting or general contractor. The lead abatement work must be performed by contractors registered for lead related work, using CDPH certified workers. Any removal shall be performed following all applicable regulatory guidelines. 3. The salvage work for specific items of the remainder of the building must be done by contractors following RRP program requirements, using RRP tra'ned workers and supervisors. This assumes that additional prep work will be required after the chipping and peeling cleaning phase. 4. Renovation or demolition work in areas that are not specifically covered by this report shall be re -inspected prior to any disturbance of suspect materials. If the scope of work changes, please allow 24- 48 hours notice for the inspector to perform additional survey work at the site. 5. The composite site debris shall be tested for lead using the total threshold limit concentration (TTLC EPA 7420) testing to determine the appropriate land fill for the debris. This apples to components that may be removed. The paint chips are lead hazardous waste that exceed the 1000 ppm threshold already. Notify the consultant 24-48 hours prior to start of any removal or abatement work to arrange for work monitoring and air sampling during the initial phase of the construction, if desired. The construction manager of the project should verify that the abatement contractor is qualified to perform the work and understands the EPA and CDPH specifications and restrictions for working on a public building. A pre job safety meeting is required. Any chemicals to be used on the project must be accompanied by a Materials Safety Data Sheet ("MSDS") and appropriate hazard communication training for all employees at the site. Monte Delgnan & Associates Certified Asbestos & Lead Consultant P.O. Box 546 - Larkspur, CA 94977 • (415) 927-9038 Page 7 of 7 This report may be copied only in its entirely - VII. LIMITATIONS OF LIABILITY The work and resulting recommendations for this survey are in accordance with generally accepted building survey practices and the lead based paint inspections. The report generators provide no other guarantees, either expressed or implied. Conclusions and recommendations presented in issued reports are qualitative judgments based on the prevailing regulations affecting the scope of this work at the time of the inspection of the particular building(s). The scope of work was limited to the visible and accessible parts of the building, limited sampling analysis, and data review. The client recognizes that site conditions or access may vary from those encountered at the time of the inspection, and that changing conditions may cause us to alter our recommendations. We have attempted to view as much of the building as possible, without opening hidden areas, removing all of the ceiling panels, or damaging existing property. If conditions or situations occur that expose these non -inspected areas, we will be glad to continue our inspection at that time for those locations. This report is for the express use of the client for whom it was prepared, and is not intended for use by third parties. The authors of this report will not be responsible for interpretation or use by third parties of any of the information contained in this report. The building survey for lead is intended to provide an initial assessment of lead containing material at specific locations, and may not be valid at other locations or for other unique materials. Additional site evaluations could result in information that would lead us to revise our conclusions and recommendations. If any doubts exist, call for additional inspections or testing. Respectfully submitted, Monte Deignan CDPH Inspector / Assessor # 2599 Monte Deignan & Associates Certified Asbestos & Lead Consultant P.O. Box 546 • Larkspur, CA 94977 • (415) 927-9038 Page 1 of 3 Client: 1 P51-03 Lab: 231770-03 I f 1.16 °'° PINK/ GREEN PAINT ON WOOD 13'4% 84000 11,561 mg/kg APPARATUS BAY DOOR, EXTERIOR Client: 1 P51.04 Lab: 231770-04 I I 0.00787 GREEN/WHITE PAINT ON WOOD �' 8 0� 800 79 mg/kg TRIM AT APPARATUS BAY Client: 1 PSI -05 Lab: 231770-05 1I 0.00813 /° WHITE PAINT ON STEEL 0.016% 160 81 mg/kg APPARATUS BAY WALLS AT SOUTH Technical Supervisor: —� L —a L 4/26/2017 Analyst: TLN --r Tess Tagorda, Chemistryupervisor Date Reported AIHA LAP 1-1-0 ELLAP Accredited Laboratory, ID #101766. SOP 2 -Paint. Samples are analyzed by Flame Atomic Absorption Spectrometry (AAS). U.S. EPA SW -848 Mothod 7420 is used for the instrumental analysis Nitric acid and fhyltogen peroxide digestion procedures are based on ASTM E-1645. Unless otherwise Indicated on this report, all required Quality Control samples have been determined "e In control prior to releasing these analytical results. Unless otherwise slated In this report, all samples were received in acceptable condition for analysis. Note: due to soltwore limitations, the number of reported significant figures does not necessari:y reflect the uncertainty of the analysis It the amount or sample available for analysis Is lower than advisable for this method detention limits and uncertainty will be higher. Th;s report must not be reproduced excopt :n lull. vnlhoul the approval of Micro Analytical Laboratories, Inc., and pertains only to the samples analyzed. Unit explanations: mg = mllllgrams; kg = kilograms; ppm = parts par mlllvn NIA = Not Applicable. RDL = Report Detection ! ImII. 5900 HOLLIS STREET, SUITE M, EMERYVILLE, CALIFORNIA 94606 -(510) 6570824 MICRO ANALYTICAL LABORATORIES, INC. 0 LEAD IN PAINT - FLAME AAS (SW846) 0 1084 RDL Client:) PSI -01 Monte Deignan PROJECT: Micro Log In 231770 Monte Deignan & Associates STATION 51 Total Samples 15 P.O. BOX 546 Date Sampled 04/26/2017 Larkspur, CA 94977 Date Received 04/26/2017 CIRCULAR STAIR Date Analyzed 04/26/2017 Client: 1 P51-03 Lab: 231770-03 I f 1.16 °'° PINK/ GREEN PAINT ON WOOD 13'4% 84000 11,561 mg/kg APPARATUS BAY DOOR, EXTERIOR Client: 1 P51.04 Lab: 231770-04 I I 0.00787 GREEN/WHITE PAINT ON WOOD �' 8 0� 800 79 mg/kg TRIM AT APPARATUS BAY Client: 1 PSI -05 Lab: 231770-05 1I 0.00813 /° WHITE PAINT ON STEEL 0.016% 160 81 mg/kg APPARATUS BAY WALLS AT SOUTH Technical Supervisor: —� L —a L 4/26/2017 Analyst: TLN --r Tess Tagorda, Chemistryupervisor Date Reported AIHA LAP 1-1-0 ELLAP Accredited Laboratory, ID #101766. SOP 2 -Paint. Samples are analyzed by Flame Atomic Absorption Spectrometry (AAS). U.S. EPA SW -848 Mothod 7420 is used for the instrumental analysis Nitric acid and fhyltogen peroxide digestion procedures are based on ASTM E-1645. Unless otherwise Indicated on this report, all required Quality Control samples have been determined "e In control prior to releasing these analytical results. Unless otherwise slated In this report, all samples were received in acceptable condition for analysis. Note: due to soltwore limitations, the number of reported significant figures does not necessari:y reflect the uncertainty of the analysis It the amount or sample available for analysis Is lower than advisable for this method detention limits and uncertainty will be higher. Th;s report must not be reproduced excopt :n lull. vnlhoul the approval of Micro Analytical Laboratories, Inc., and pertains only to the samples analyzed. Unit explanations: mg = mllllgrams; kg = kilograms; ppm = parts par mlllvn NIA = Not Applicable. RDL = Report Detection ! ImII. 5900 HOLLIS STREET, SUITE M, EMERYVILLE, CALIFORNIA 94606 -(510) 6570824 Lead Concentration Sample ID Weight Percent mg/kg (ppm) RDL Client:) PSI -01 Lab: 231770-01 0.99% 9900 0.0806 GREEN/SILVER PAINT 0� STEEL 806 mg/kg CIRCULAR STAIR Client: IP51-02 Lab: 231770-02 I ( 0.19% 1900 0.0137 % GREEN PAINT ON WOOD 137 mglkg APPARATUS BAY DOOR, INTERIOR Client: 1 P51-03 Lab: 231770-03 I f 1.16 °'° PINK/ GREEN PAINT ON WOOD 13'4% 84000 11,561 mg/kg APPARATUS BAY DOOR, EXTERIOR Client: 1 P51.04 Lab: 231770-04 I I 0.00787 GREEN/WHITE PAINT ON WOOD �' 8 0� 800 79 mg/kg TRIM AT APPARATUS BAY Client: 1 PSI -05 Lab: 231770-05 1I 0.00813 /° WHITE PAINT ON STEEL 0.016% 160 81 mg/kg APPARATUS BAY WALLS AT SOUTH Technical Supervisor: —� L —a L 4/26/2017 Analyst: TLN --r Tess Tagorda, Chemistryupervisor Date Reported AIHA LAP 1-1-0 ELLAP Accredited Laboratory, ID #101766. SOP 2 -Paint. Samples are analyzed by Flame Atomic Absorption Spectrometry (AAS). U.S. EPA SW -848 Mothod 7420 is used for the instrumental analysis Nitric acid and fhyltogen peroxide digestion procedures are based on ASTM E-1645. Unless otherwise Indicated on this report, all required Quality Control samples have been determined "e In control prior to releasing these analytical results. Unless otherwise slated In this report, all samples were received in acceptable condition for analysis. Note: due to soltwore limitations, the number of reported significant figures does not necessari:y reflect the uncertainty of the analysis It the amount or sample available for analysis Is lower than advisable for this method detention limits and uncertainty will be higher. Th;s report must not be reproduced excopt :n lull. vnlhoul the approval of Micro Analytical Laboratories, Inc., and pertains only to the samples analyzed. Unit explanations: mg = mllllgrams; kg = kilograms; ppm = parts par mlllvn NIA = Not Applicable. RDL = Report Detection ! ImII. 5900 HOLLIS STREET, SUITE M, EMERYVILLE, CALIFORNIA 94606 -(510) 6570824 Technical Supervisor:— 4/26/2017 _ Anal st: TLN Tess Tagorda, Chemistry pervlsor Date Reported Y AIHA-DAP LLC ELLAP Accredited Laboratory, ID #101768. SOP M2 aint. Samples are analyzed by Flame Atomic Absorption Spectrometry (AAS). U S. EPA SW -046 Method 7420 Is used for the Instrumental analysis Nilnc acid and hydr gen peroxide digestion procedures are based on A57M E-1845 Unless otherwise indicated on this report, all required Quality Control samples have been determined to be In control prior to releasing these analytical results. Unless otherwise stated in this report, all samples were received In acceptable condition for analysts Note: due to software limitations, the number of reported significant figures does not necessarily reflect the uncertainty of the analysis. If the amount of sample available for analysis Is lower than advisable for this method, detection limits and uncertainty wit be higher. This retort must not be reproduced except In full, w1thoul the approval of Micro Analytical Laboratories, Inc., and pertalns only to the samples analyzed. Unit explanations: mg = milligrams: kg = kilograms: ppm = parts per million. N/A = Not Applicable. RDL = Report Detection Limit. 5900 HOLLIS STREET, SUITE M, EMERYVILLE, CALIFORNIA 94608 • (510) 653-0024 Lead Concentration Page 2 of 3 MICRO ANALYTICAL LABORATORIES, INC. 'O RDL Client: PS1-06 LEAD IN PAINT - FLAME AAS (SW846) 0 1084 0,0296 % Monte Deignan PROJECT: Micro Log In 231 770 Monte Deignan & Associates STATION 51 Total Samples 15 P.O. Box 546 Client: I PSI -07 Larkspur, CA 94977 Date Sampled 04/26/2017 Lab- 231770-07 ' I Date Received 04/26/2017 % WHITE PAINT ON STUCCO GARAGE/SHOP Date Analyzed 04/26/2017 Technical Supervisor:— 4/26/2017 _ Anal st: TLN Tess Tagorda, Chemistry pervlsor Date Reported Y AIHA-DAP LLC ELLAP Accredited Laboratory, ID #101768. SOP M2 aint. Samples are analyzed by Flame Atomic Absorption Spectrometry (AAS). U S. EPA SW -046 Method 7420 Is used for the Instrumental analysis Nilnc acid and hydr gen peroxide digestion procedures are based on A57M E-1845 Unless otherwise indicated on this report, all required Quality Control samples have been determined to be In control prior to releasing these analytical results. Unless otherwise stated in this report, all samples were received In acceptable condition for analysts Note: due to software limitations, the number of reported significant figures does not necessarily reflect the uncertainty of the analysis. If the amount of sample available for analysis Is lower than advisable for this method, detection limits and uncertainty wit be higher. This retort must not be reproduced except In full, w1thoul the approval of Micro Analytical Laboratories, Inc., and pertalns only to the samples analyzed. Unit explanations: mg = milligrams: kg = kilograms: ppm = parts per million. N/A = Not Applicable. RDL = Report Detection Limit. 5900 HOLLIS STREET, SUITE M, EMERYVILLE, CALIFORNIA 94608 • (510) 653-0024 Lead Concentration Sample ID Weight Percent mg/kg (ppm) RDL Client: PS1-06 Lab: 231770-06 I 1 0,0296 % WHITE / BROWN PAINT ON PLA STERU APPARATUS BAY WALLS 42 /0 4200 296 mg/kg AT NORTH Client: I PSI -07 Lab- 231770-07 ' I 0.00588 % WHITE PAINT ON STUCCO GARAGE/SHOP 0-044% 440 59 mg/kg WALLS AT WEST Client:I PSI -08 Lab: 231770-08 0.0143 % GREEN PAINT ON STEEL GARAGE / 0.19% 1900 143 mglkg SHOP DOOR JAMBS Client: P5t-09 Lab: 231770-09 0.00658 % WHITE/ TAN PAINT ON STUCCO 0.100/0 1 000 66 mglk9 EXTERIOR WALLS AT NORTH Client:I P51-10 Lab. 23`1770-100.259 I % PINK/ GREEN PAINT ON WOOD 1.7 e%o 17000 2,591 GARAGE DOORS AT NORTH mg/kg 9 9 Technical Supervisor:— 4/26/2017 _ Anal st: TLN Tess Tagorda, Chemistry pervlsor Date Reported Y AIHA-DAP LLC ELLAP Accredited Laboratory, ID #101768. SOP M2 aint. Samples are analyzed by Flame Atomic Absorption Spectrometry (AAS). U S. EPA SW -046 Method 7420 Is used for the Instrumental analysis Nilnc acid and hydr gen peroxide digestion procedures are based on A57M E-1845 Unless otherwise indicated on this report, all required Quality Control samples have been determined to be In control prior to releasing these analytical results. Unless otherwise stated in this report, all samples were received In acceptable condition for analysts Note: due to software limitations, the number of reported significant figures does not necessarily reflect the uncertainty of the analysis. If the amount of sample available for analysis Is lower than advisable for this method, detection limits and uncertainty wit be higher. This retort must not be reproduced except In full, w1thoul the approval of Micro Analytical Laboratories, Inc., and pertalns only to the samples analyzed. Unit explanations: mg = milligrams: kg = kilograms: ppm = parts per million. N/A = Not Applicable. RDL = Report Detection Limit. 5900 HOLLIS STREET, SUITE M, EMERYVILLE, CALIFORNIA 94608 • (510) 653-0024 Pago 3 o(3 MICRO ANALYTICAL LABORATORIES, INC. El '! LEAD IN PAINT - FLAME AAS (SW846) 1084 Monte Deignan PROJECT: Micro Log In 231770 Monte Deignan & Associates STATION 51 Total Samples 15 P.O. Bax 546 Date Sampled 04/26/2017 Larkspur, CA 94977 Date Received 04/26/2017 Date Analyzed 04/26/2017 Client: 1 P51.13 Lab: 231770-13 Lead Concentratlon 0.0164 Sample ID Weight Percent mg/kg (ppm) RDL Client: P51-11 m g&g CABINET AT DAY ROOM Lab. 231770-11 1.64 % BLACK/ ORANGE PAINTN STEEL BALCONY 0 14 /0 1 40000 16,393 mg/kg RAILING 0.00606 Client.' P51.12 WHITE PAINT ON PLASTER 0.010% 100 Lab: 231770-12 I mg/kg INTERIOR WALLS AT 2Nd FLOOR 0.00704 % LIGHT GREEN PAINT ON WOOD 0.024% 240 70 BALCONY DOORS AT INTERIOR FACE mgtkg Client: 1 P51.13 Lab: 231770-13 0.0164 % WHITE PAINT ON WOOD 0.097% 980 164 m g&g CABINET AT DAY ROOM Client: P51-14 Lab: 231770.14 1+ 0.00606 % WHITE PAINT ON PLASTER 0.010% 100 61 mg/kg INTERIOR WALLS AT 2Nd FLOOR Client: + P51 -is Lab: 231770-15 i 1 0.0316 % GREEN/TAN PAINT ON WOOD 0.43% 4300 316 DOOR AT JANITOR'S CLOSET mg(kg LTechnical5upervisor- 4/26/2017 —' _ Analyst: TZN Tess 7agorda, Chemistry pervisor Date Reported AIHA-LAP LLC ELLAP Accredited Laboratory, ID #101760. SOP M23 Paint. Samples are analyzed by Flame Atomic Absorption Spectrometry (AAS). U.S. EPA SW 040 Method 7420 Is used for the instrumental analysis. Nitric acid and hydr gen peroxide digestion procedures are based on ASTM E-1645. Unless elllervise indicated on (his report, all required Quality Control samples have been determined to be In control prior to releasing (hese analytical results. Unless otherwise stated in this report, all samples were received in acceptable condition for analysis. Now due to software limitations, the number of reported significant figures does not necessarily reflect the uncertainty of the analysis. If the amount of sample available for analysis is lower than advisable for this metnod, detection limits and uncertainty will be higher. This report must not be reproduced except In full, without the approval of Micro Analytical Laboratories, Inc., and pertains only to lire samples analyzed. Unit explanations: mg = milligrams; kg = kilograms; ppm = parts per million N/A - Not Applicable. RDL = Report Detection Limit. 5900 HOLLIS STREET, SUITE M, EMERYVILLE, CALIFORNIA 94606 -(510) 655-0024 Bulk Sample Log & Laboratory Request Form Lab Client #: Log In # : 29-:;'n 1 V Client: City of San Rafael Fire Stations P.O. Box 548 Project : Station 51 Larkspur, CA 94977 Analysis Requested: PLM Q TEM Q Pb Misc. Q Tel (415) 927-9038 Collected By : MD Report To. montedeignan@mac.com Fax (415) 927-9078 Date: April 26, 2017 Sample Sample Description Sample Location P 51 _G -N Sttr Vtg. p,�tNr __ G I t�GULAj2 �t-t _ _ v1 otl�'T7-- P 51 AFrAt2wnr,- t:Y bZ \V< -r— r] i%G�� t PS'[7✓t�IAQ _ P 51 �I&16 1 .et1r'� A. 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Q Lab # Laboratory Name /Address: Micro Anlaytical Labs Emeryville, CA Released By: k0*11;:_,1�_,,, Transfered To: Received By : VV V Page � Of 2 - -3,122 ® HISTORIC SWITCH BOARD PUBLIC SAFETY CENTER DEMOLITION EXHIBIT a BELL UPSTAIRS- BY POOL TABLE PUBLIC SAFETY CENTER DEMOLITION EXHIBIT a FIRE POLE ALL PARTS & ACCESSORIES PUBLIC SAFETY CENTER DEMOLITION EXHIBIT TV V. m DOOR & HARDWARE. PAIR OF DOORS 2 IN BEST CONDITION, PROCESS PER HAZMAT REPORT PROM TO SALVAGING TO THE CITY PUBLIC SAFETY CENTER DEMOLITION EXHIBIT 5 -. r= , _ . ,_ , P i 2" ..rte. ""•Y:_ 24 HOUR EMERGENCY PHONE OPEN BOX PICK-UP . PHONE VY 24 HOUR EMERGENCY PHONE OPEN BOX PICK-UP . PHONE r' EAGLE STATUE ON TOP OF FIRE POLE PUBLIC SAFETY CENTER DEMOLITION EXHIBIT 12 yam... - -`'�c:`'s: `•�.�Ar".%�:ge7: •.:�'.....� .. �. - :el i� I dry �"'.5 - ���`<�:�F_ �q:,,z,� ��=� - - •rx� �,.�,�' � - yn-_�'.•✓=�r...'�__s.:'.T��'�:�b.:..:.;aa�-- _- . Yom': cal# __. _ _. ..... .- _. .. .. .. ........ 42. m REDWOOD AT ATTIC SALVAGE ALL(29) BEAMS @ M1N- -0" LENTH- FOR FIRE DEPARTMENT TO BUILD LARGE KITCHEN TABLE PUBLIC SAFETY CENTER DEMOLITION EXHIBIT 16 FIRE DEPARTMENT JACKET RACK PUBLIC SAFETY CENTER DEMOLITION EXHIBIT 19 DOCUMENT 02 4113.01 EXISTING CONDITIONS: HAZARDOUS MATERIALS PART 1- GENERAL 1.1 SUMMARY A. Based on the analytical results and visual observations made during the site visit, it appears that most of the exterior paints and some interior paints are lead based paint at the Fire Station, See the complete lead and asbestos reports on the exact locations and test results. B. All of the exterior paints that were tested at the adjacent Community Development Office at 1313 51h Street were found to be lead based paints. All exterfor paints shall be assumed to be lead based, unless specific tests show otherwise. C. The salvage and re -use of specific materials will be feasible and safe, with specific requirements for handling and packaging of the materials as they are removed from their respective sites. The materials that contain damaged, chipping, and peeling paints will require detailed packaging and handling to prevent spread of contamination or violation of EPA and Cal f OSHA regulations for lead based paint. The later refurbishing of the doors and windows will require lead based paint abatement by trained workers, with full disclosure of the lead hazard. 1.2 HAZARDOUS MATERIALS REPORT(S) A. The Contractor's attention is directed to the fact that hazardous materials survey report(s) and specifications were prepared for the site and are known as: I. "Lead Paint Survey, City of San Rafael Fire Station # 51, San Rafael, CA," prepared by Monte Deignan & Associates dated April 26, 2017. 2. Asbestos Survey by Monte Deignan Associates, doted July 21, 2016, SRFD Station 1151. 3. "Lead Paint Survey, City of San Rafael Blue Nouse, San Rafael, CA," prepared by Monte Deignan & Associates dated April 26, 2017 4. Asbestos Survey by Monte Deignan Associates, dated July 21, 2016, Community Development. 1.3 HAZARD SUMMARY A. Lead Based Paint Hazards: Certain existing building components or materials, which may be impacted by the Work of this Project, are known or presumed to contain lead, at or above regulated levels. Monte Deignan & Associates (MDA) conducted a visual evaluation, including the collection of paint chip samples, from the San Rafael fire station 51 and adjacent community development offices site on April 26, 2017. The purpose of the evaluation and sample collection was to determine the presence of lead and required handling methods. This is not a risk assessment for the purposes of CA Dept. of Public Health City of San Rafael Existing Conditions: Hazardous Materials 02 41 13.01- 1 of 4 Essential Facilities Demolition Project — Public Safety Center regulations. Background The City has designated some of the materials found at the buildings to be saved for use by the City. Additional materials have been identified for sale to a salvage company for re -use by others. Site Inspection MDA conducted a site inspection consisting of visual inspection and collection Paint Chip Samples. Many of the paints found at the fire department site are chipping and peeling. Chipping and peeling paints will need to be abated or cleaned up prior to abatement / demolition of the structure. After completion of sampling, all collection media was packaged and transported using standard chain of custody protocols to Micro Analytical Laboratory, a state -certified Lead laboratory located In Emeryville, California for FAA analysis. Conclusions Based on the analytical results and visual observations made during the site visit, it appears that most of the exterior paints and some interior paints are lead based paint at the Fire Station. see the complete lead and asbestos reports on the exact locations and test results. All of the exterior paints that were tested at the Community Development Office were found to be lead based paints. All exterior paints shall be assumed to be lead based, unless specific tests show otherwise. The salvage and re -use of specific materials will be feasible and safe, with specific requirements for handling and packaging of the materials as they are removed from their respective sites. The materials that contain damaged, chipping, and peeling paints will require detailed packaging and handling to prevent spread of contamination or violation of EPA and Cal / OSHA regulations for lead based paint. The later refurbishing of the doors and windows will require lead based paint abatement by trained workers, with full disclosure of the lead hazard. Scope of Salvage Work Prior to Demolition The intention is that one or more layers of plastic sheeting will be used to wrap the salvage or re -use elements. This will prevent exposure, will trap any loose materials, and allow the work be done with without triggering more onerous regulations. The dimensions shown on the inspection plans are approximate and the bidders must confirm quantities In the field. The following notes apply to the remediatlon work at the site: • The packaging and removal work Is not considered as lead based paint abatement or removal. • Remove all materials intact using mechanical disassembly, such as screw/ bolt removal. *All packaging and removal work should be performed by appropriately trained personnel using standard engineering controls such as personal protective clothing and respirators, isolating the work area and the use of air filtration devices, if needed. Site Specific Details The attached scope plan shows salvage preparation tasks numbered one through two. The tasks are described as follows: City of San Rafael Existing Conditions: Hazardous Materials 02 41 13.01- 2 of 4 Essential Facilities Demolition Project — Public Safely Center Station 51: Removal of Building Materials with Damaged Lead Based Paints The doors, windows, cornice brackets, at the fire station areas shown In the City's list are included in this category. The building element shall be wrapped In two layers of 6 mll polyethylene sheeting, The poly sheeting shall be secured with duct tape that seals all seals and binds the poly sheeting. The bottom corners shall have two layers of corrugated cardboard attached using tape and staples to secure the cardboard. The final packaged building materials shall be labeled with a lead warning label, secured with tape. The first layer of poly sheeting shall be applied while the door, window, etc. is attached to the door or window frame. Removal shall be performed by mechanical disassembly, so as not to damage or loosen additional paints. After the removal of the building materials, any residual paints chips on the ground or adjacent to the materials shall be cleaned using a HEPA vacuum. The clean-up work must be done by a contractor certified under the EPA RRP program. Workers performing the work must use lead safe work practices and use appropriate personal protective equipment. CDO @ 1313 5th Ave: Removol of eufldlna Materials with Intact Lead Based Paints The doors and windows at 1313 5th Street, the blue house, shown on the inspection plans are included In this category. A total of 20 wood frame double hung windows shown on the lead sampling plans are to be salvaged. A total of approximately 2400 square feet of wood lap siding are to be salvaged. The building elements shall be wrapped in one layer of 6 mil polyethylene sheeting. The poly sheeting shall be secured with duct tape that seals all seams and binds the poly sheeting. The bottom corners shall have two layers of corrugated cardboard attached using tape and staples to secure the cardboard. The final packaged building materials shall be labeled with a lead warning label, secured with tape. The layer of poly sheeting shall be applied while the door, window, etc. Is attached to the door or window frame, where feasible. Removal shall be performed by mechanical disassembly, so as not to damage or loosen additional paints. After the removal of the building materials, any residual paints chips on the ground or adjacent to the materials shall be cleaned using a HEPA vacuum. B. Other Hazards: 1. Asbestos Hazards requiring compliance with Cal/OSHA's Asbestos in Construction standards, S CCR 1529, include, but are not necessarily limited to: a. Glazing compounds and caulk containing or assumed to contain regulated levels of asbestos. Refer to existing report for full description of the asbestos contents and locations. City of San Rafael Existing Conditions: Hazardous Materials 02 41 13.01- 3 of 4 Essential Facilities Demolition Project -- Public Safety Center 1.4 USE OF DATA A. Environmental consultation was obtained only for the use of the City and Its Consultants for planning and design stages of this Project. The above mentioned report(s) are not, as a whole, part of the Contract Documents, but the survey data contained therein can be relied upon by the Contractor to characterize general site conditions, although quantities, friability and other factors may have changed or been altered since the published report date(s). B. All statements, findings, and interpretations in the above mentioned report(s) are those of the Survey or Abatement Consultant(s), The District makes no representations, either expressed or implied, as to the completeness or adequacy of the above-mentloned reports. Contractors are advised that the limited testing of components allow for generalizations in describing the extent of hazardous materials, Specific components or materials, should be checked against the referenced survey report(s) and the Contract Documents, or be tested at affected locations, prior to disturbance of such components or materials. C. Contractors shall visit the work site and acquaint themselves with Its existing conditions. Difference in conditions, if any, shall be brought to the District's attention prior to bidding. 1.5 PRE-BID VISiT TO WORK SITE A. Prior to bidding, Contractors may make their own Investigations to satisfy themselves as to the Site and subsurface conditions, but such investigations shall be performed only under the provisions [of Article "Pre-bld Conference and Site Access" of the Instructions to Bidders (Document 00100)] [set by the City during the Bid Walk Phase]. END OF DOCUMENT City of San Rafael Existing Conditions: Hazardous Materials 02 41 '[3.01-4 of 4 Essential Facilities Demolition Project — Publlc Safety Center SECTION 02 42 93 BUILDING DECONSTRUCTION (BID ALTERNATE) PART 1 —GENERAL 1.1 SUMMARY A. Section Includes: 1. Selective deconstruction and removal of reusable building items for salvage at Fire Station No. 51 and the "Blue House". 1.2 RELATED SECTIONS A. Division 01 Section "Construction Waste Management and Disposal' for disposal of demolished materials, 1.3 DEFINITIONS A. Full Deconstruction: Removal by disassembly of a building in the reverse order in which it was constructed. B. Selective Deconstruction: Disassembly and removal of selected portions of building or structure. C. Salvage: Removal of disassembled building materials for the purpose of reuse or recycling. D. Demolish: Remove and :egally dispose of off-site. 1,4 MATERIALS OWNERSHIP A. Unless otherwise indicated, deconstruction waste becomes property of Contractor. 1.5 SUBMITTALS A. Qualification Data: For deconstruction firm. B. Schedule of Deconstruction Activltles: Indicate the following: 1. Detailed sequence of deconstruction and removal work, with starting and ending dates for each activity. C. Interruption of Utility Services, Indicate how long utility services will be interrupted: 1. Coordination for shutoff, capping, and continuation of utility services, D. Use of stairs. E. Locations of proposed dust- and noise -control temporary partitions and means of egress. F. Means of protection for items to remain and items in path of material removal from building. CITY OF SAN RAFAEL BUILDING DECONSTRUCTION 02 42 93 — PAGE 1 PUBLIC SAFETY CENTER EARLY DEMOLITION PROJECT G. Inventory: After deconstruction is complete, submit a list of Items that have been salvaged, recycled and disposed of and documentation (recelptslscale tickets/waybills) showing the quantities. H. Deconstruction Photographic Documentation: Document general condition of materials to be salvaged prior to removal. I. Submit deconstruction plan prior to start of work. 1.6 QUALITY ASSURANCE A. Deconstruction Firm Qualifications: Company(ies) experienced and specializing in performing lire Work of this Section with documented experience In similar types of deconstruction work. B. Regulatory Requirements: Comply with hauling and disposal regulations of authorities having jurisdiction. 1. Comply with noise and dust regulations of authorities having jurisdiction. C. Pre -Deconstruction Conference: Conduct conference at Project site. Review methods and procedures related to deconstruclion including, but not limited to, the following: 1. Inspect and discuss condition of building to be deconstructed. 2. Review structural load limitations of existing structure. 3. Review and finalize deconstruction schedule and verify availability of materials, personnel, equipment, and facilities needed to make progress and avoid delays. 4. Review requirements of work performed by other trades that rely on substrates exposed by deconstruclion operations. 5. Review areas where existing construction is to remain and requires protection. 6. Review method for removing materials from the site, 7_ Review staging area for materials on the site. 1.7 PROJECT CONDITIONS A. Hazardous Materials: It Is unknown whether hazardous materials will be encountered in the Work. 1. If materials suspected of containing hazardous materials are encountered, do not disturb; immediately notify Architect and Owner. Owner will remove hazardous materials under a separate contract. B. Utility Service: Maintain existing utilities indicated to remain in service and protect them against damage during deconstruction operations. 1. Maintain fire -protection facilities In service during deconstruction operations. 1.8 DECONSTRUCTION PLAN A. Material Identlflcation: Indicate anticipated types and quantities of materials to be salvaged, recycled, and disposed of. Indicate quantities by weight or volume, but use same units of measure throughout, Procedure: Describe deconstruction methodology, sequencing, and materials handling and removal procedures. Include the anticipated final destination of each material. PART 2 — PRODUCTS (Not Used) CITY OF SAN RAFAEL BUILDING DECONSTRUCTION 02 42 93 — PAGE 2 PUBLIC SAFETY CENTER FAIRLY DEMOLITION PROJECT PART 3 — PART 3 - EXECUTION 3.1 3.2 3.3 3.4 EXAMINATION A. Verify that utilities have been disconnected and capped. B. Survey existing conditions and correlate with requirements indicated to determine extent of deconstruction required. C. Inventory and record the condition of items to be removed and salvaged. D. Engage a professional engineer to survey condition of building to determine whether removing any element might result In structural deficiency or unplanned collapse of any portion of structure Or adjacent structures during deconstruction operations. Survey of Existing Conditions: Record existing conditions by use of preconstruction photographs or videotapes. Perform surveys as the Work progresses to detect hazards resulting from deconstruction activities. UTILITY SERVICES AND MECHANICAL/ELECTRICAL SYSTEMS A. Utility services to be removed by the Demolition Contractor. PREPARATION A. Site Access and Temporary Controls: Conduct deconstructlon operations to ensure minimum Interference with roads, streets, walks, walkways, and other adjacent occupied and used facilities. B. Temporary Facilities: Provide temporary barricades and other protection required to prevent injury to workers and damage to salvageable materials, 1. Provide protection to ensure safe passage of workers around deconstruction area. 2. Provide weather protection for all salvage materials (and items to remain) before, during and after deconstruction. DECONSTRUCTION A. General: Deconstruct and remove existing construction in accordance with the materials identified for removal in the deconstruction plan. Use methods required to complete the Work within limitations of governing regulations and as follows: 'i. Proceed with deconstruction systematically, from higher to lower level. Complete deconstruction operations above each floor or tier before disturbing supporting members on the next lower level. 2. Do not use cutting torches until work area Is cleared of flammable materials. At concealed spaces, such as duct and pipe interiors, verify condition and contents of hidden space before starting flame -cutting operations. Maintain portable fire - suppression devices during flame -culling operations. 3. Maintain adequate ventilation when using cutting torches. 4. Remove structural framing members in such a way as to maintain their highest value. CITY OF SAN RAFAEL BUILDING DECONSTRUCTION 02 42 93 — PAGE 3 PUBLIC SAFETY CENTER EARLY DEMOLITION PROJECT 5. Locate deconslrucllon equipment and remove debris and materials so as not to impose excessive loads on supporting walls, floors, or framing. B. Salvaged Items. 1. Sort and organize salvaged materials as they are removed from (tie structure. 2. Pack, crate or band materials to keep them contained and organized. 3. Store items in a secure and weather protected area until removed from the site or transferred to Owner. 3.5 DISPOSAL OF DEMOLISHED MATERIALS A. Disposal of demolished items are the responsibility of the Demolition Contractor. 3.6 CLEANING A. Clean adjacent structures and Improvements of dust, dirt, and debris caused by deconstruction operations. Return adjacent areas to condition existing before deconstruc(ion operations began. 3.7 SALVAGED MATERIALS FOR REUSE BY OWNER SCHEDULE A. Refer to Section 02 41 13 for a list of Items that are to be removed by the Demolition Contractor before deconstruction and demolition begins. END OF SECTION 02 42 93 CITY OF SAN RAFAEL BUILDING DECONSTRUCTION 02 42 93 — PAGE 4 PUBLIC SAFETY CENTER EARLY DEMOLITION PROJECT SECTION 02 8213 ASBESTOS and LEAD ABATEMENT 1 REMEDIATION Part 1 - General 1. Project/Work Identlflcation: A. General: Project name Is City of San Rafael Public Safely Center Early Demolition Project, located 1039 C Street in San Rafael, CA as shown on Contract Documents prepared by Owner's Representative, Drawings and Specifications are dated May 11 to June 27, 2016. This document is intended to supplement a site specific asbestos survey, performed by a qualified and licensed consultant (See Attached Report). B. Abbreviated Written Summary: Briefly and without force and effect upon the contract documents, the work of the Contract can be summarized as follows: Abatement of asbestos at floor life, vinyl sheet flooring, interior plaster walls, and Interior plaster ceilings. Abatement of lead on steel members where culling will be performed. Clean-up of chipping and peeling paints at exterior doors / windows, and any damaged paints. C. General and Administrative Requirements: are set forth in the following specification sections: These sections are found In the CSI master format and may or may not be used here. 028213 Asbestos Abatement, General D. Definitions and Standards: A substantial amount of specification language constitutes definitions for terms found in other contract documents, Including the drawings. (Drawings must be recognized as diagrammatic in nature and not completely descriptive of the requirements Indicated thereon.) Certain terms used in Contract Documents are defined in this article. E. Air Monitoring - Consulting & Laboratory Services: Describes air monitoring by Owner so that the building beyond the work area will remain uncontaminated. Air monitoring to determine required respiratory protection Is the responsibility of the Contractor. F. Decontamination Units: explains the setup and operation of the personnel and material decontamination units. G. Respiratory Protection: sets forth the procedures and equipment required for adequate protection against inhalation of airborne asbestos fibers. City of San Rafael HAZMA'T ABATEMENT 02 82 13 - 1/27 Esscutial Facilities Demolition Project— Public Safety Centcr H. Building Demolition - Asbestos Abatement: Not Applicable to this Project t. Decontamination of the Work Area: Occurs after completion of abatement work and is described in the final cleaning sections. J Project Closeout: details the closeout procedures to end the project once abatement work is complete including final paperwork requirements. Part 2 - Plan of Action A. Submit a detailed plan of the procedures proposed for use In complying with the requirements of this specification. Include In the plan the location and layout of decontamination areas, the sequencing of asbestos work, the Interface of trades Involved In the performance of work, methods to be used to assure the safety of building occupants and visitors to the site, disposal plan including location of approved disposal site, and a detailed description of the methods to be employed to control pollution. Expand upon the use of portable NEPA ventilation system, if necessary, closing out of the building's HVAC system, method of removal to prohibit visible emissions In work area, and packaging of removed asbestos debris. The plan must be approved by the Owner's Consultant and Engineer prior to commencement of work. B. Potential Asbestos Hazard: 1) The disturbance or dislocation of asbestos -containing materials may cause asbestos fibers to be released into the building's atmosphere, thereby creating a potential health hazard to workmen and building occupants, or adjacent property owners. Apprise all workers, supervisory personnel, subcontractors and consultants who will be at the Job site of the seriousness of the hazard and of proper work procedures that must be followed. 2) Where in the performance of the work, workers, supervisory personnel, subcontractors, or consultants may encounter, disturb, or otherwise function in the immediate vicinity of any identified asbestos-contalning materials, take appropriate continuous measures as necessary to protect all building occupants from the potential hazard of exposure to airborne asbestos. Such measures shall include the procedures and methods described herein, and compliance with regulations of applicable federal, state and local agencies. C. Stop Work: 1) if the Engineer or the Owner's Consultant presents a written stop work order then the contractor shaft immediately and automatically stop all work and do not recommence work until authorized in writing by Engineer. City of San Rafacl HAZMAT ABATEMENT 02 82 13 - 2/27 Essential Facilities Demolition Project — Public Safety Center D. Contractor Use Of Premises: 1) General: During the entire demolition period the Contractor shall have the exclusive use of the premises for demolition operations. E. Submittals 1) Before the Start of Work: Submit the following to the Architect for review. Do not begin work until these submittals are returned with Architects action stamp Indicating that the submittal Is returned for unrestricted use or final -but -restricted use. a) Plan of Action: Submit as a written report to the Owner's Representative. b) Products c) Execution d) Contingency Plan Part 3 — Section Project Coordination - Asbestos Abatement Summary A. This Section specifies administrative and supervisory requirements necessary for Project coordination Including, but not necessarily limited to: 1) Administrative and Supervisory Personnel. 2) Pre-Constructlon Conference 3) Daily Log 4) Special Reports. 5) Contingency Plan 6) Notifications. 7) Submittals B. Administrative And Supervisory Personnel: 1) General Superintendent: Provide a full-time General Superintendent who is experienced in administration and supervision of asbestos abatement projects Including work practices, protective measures for building and personnel, disposal procedures, etc. This person Is the Contractor's Representative responsible for compliance with all applicable federal, state and local regulations, particularly those relating to asbestos -containing materials. 2) Experience and Training: The General Superintendent must have completed a supervisor's course at an EPA Training Center or equivalent certificate course in asbestos abatement procedures, and have had a minimum of two (2) years on-the-job training in asbestos abatement procedures. 3) Competent Person: The General Superintendent is to be a Competent Person as required by OSHA in 29 CFR 1926. City of San Rafael HAZMAT ABATEMENT 02 82 13 - 3/27 Essential Facilities Demolition Project— Public Safety Center 4) Accreditation: The General Superintendent is to be accredited as an Asbestos Abatement Supervisor in accordance with the AHERA regulation 40 CFR Part 763, Subpart E. Appendix C. C. Pre -Construction Conference: 1) An initial progress meeting, recognized as "Pre -Construction Conference" will be convened by the Construction Manager prior to start of any work. Meet at project site, or as otherwise directed by the Construction Manager. 2) 72 hours advance notice will be provided to all participants prior to convening Pre - Construction Conference. 3) This is an organizational meeting, to review responsibill ties and personnel assignments and to locate the containment and decontamination areas and temporary facilities including power, light, water, etc. D. Daily Log: 1) Daily Log: Maintain on the site a daily log documenting the dales and time of activity but not limited to, the following Items: a. Meetings; purpose, attendees, brief discussion b. Visitations; authorized and unauthorized c. Personnel, by name, entering and leaving the work area d. Special or unusual events, I.e barrier breeching, equipment.fallures, accidents e. Air monitoring tests and test results f. Documentation of Contractor's completion of the following: 1. Inspection of work area preparation prior to start of removal and daily thereafter. 2. Removal of any sheet plastic barriers or splash guards 3. Removal of waste materials from work area 4. Contractors final inspection/final air test analysis, 2) Submit copies of this log at final closeout of project as a project close- out submittal. E. Special Reports: 1) General: Except as otherwise Indicated, submit special reports directly to Engineer within one day of occurrence requiring special report, with copy to Engineer and others affected by occurrence. 2) Reporting Unusual Events: When an event of unusual and significant nature occurs at site (examples: failure of pressure differential system, rupture of temporary enclosures), prepare and submit a special report listing chain of events, persons participating, response by Contractor's personnel, evaluation of results or effects, and similar pertinent information. When such events are known or predictable in advance, advise Owner In advance at earliest possible date. 3) Reporting Accidents: Prepare and submit reports of significant accidents, at site and anywhere else work Is In progress. Record and document data and actions; comply with Industry standards. For this purpose, a significant accident is defined City of San Rafael IIAZMAT ABATEMENT 02 82 t3 - 4/27 Essential Facilities Demolition Project Public Safety Center to include events where personal injury is sustained, property loss of substance is sustained, or where the event posed a significant threat of loss or personal injury, 4) Report Discovered Conditions: When an unusual condition of the building Is discovered during the work (e.g. leaks, termites, corrosion) prepare and submit a special report Indication condition discovered. F. Contingency Plan: 1) Contingency Plan: Prepare a contingency plan for emergencies including fire, accident, power failure, pressure differential system failure, supplied air system failure, or any other event that may require modification or abridgement of decontamination or work area Isolation procedures. Include in plan specific procedures for decontamination or work area isolation. Note that nothing in this specification should Impede safe exiting or providing of adequate medical attention in the event of an emergency. 2) Post: in clean room of Personnel Decontamination Unit telephone numbers and locations of emergency services including but not limited to fire, ambulance, doctor, hospital, police, power company, telephone company. G. Notifications 1) Notify other entities at the job site of the nature of the asbestos abatement activities, location of asbestos -containing materials, requirements relative to asbestos set forth in these specifications and applicable regulations. 2) Notify emergency service agencies including fire, ambulance, police or other agency that may service the abatement work site in case of an emergency. Notification is to include methods of entering work area, emergency entry and exit locations, modifications to fire notification or fire fighting equipment, and other information needed by agencies providing emergency services. 3) Notifications of Emergency: Any Individual at the job site may notify emergency service agencies if necessary without effect on this Contract or the Contract Sum. H. Submittals 1) Before the Start of Work: Submit the following to the Architect for review. No work shall begin until these submittals are returned with Owner's Representative's action stamp indicating that the submittal is returned for unrestricted use or final - but -restricted use. a) Contingency Plans: for emergency actions. b) Telephone Numbers: and location of emergency services. c) Post copies of the list in the project meeting room, the temporary field office, and each temporary telephone. d) Notifications: sent to other entitles at the work site; sent to emergency service agencies; len day notification sent to Local AQMD; Cal /OSHA Temporary Workslte Notification. e) Resume: of general superintendent. City of Sau Rafael HAZMAT ABATEMENT 02 82 13 - 5/27 Essential Facilities Demolition Project — Publie Safety Center f) Accreditation: submit evidence In form of training course certificate of accreditation of General Superintendent as an asbestos abatement supervisor. g) Safety Plans: Provide copy of Injury and Illness Prevention Plan and site specific safely plans. h) Staff Names: Within 15 days of Notice to Proceed, submit a list of the Contractor's principal staff assignments, including the Superintendent and other personnel in attendance at the site; Identify Individuals, their duties and responsibilities; list their addresses and telephone numbers, I) Registrations, etc.: Licenses, Cal/OSHA registration, worker training, worker medical certificates, and Material Safety Data Sheets (MSDS) for any materials used on the site. 5. Products (Not Applicable) 6. Execution (Non -Applicable) Part 4 - Section Definitions And Standards - Asbestos Abatement 1. Summary A. General Explanation: A substantial amount of specification language constitutes definitions for terms found in other contract documents, Including the drawings. (Drawings must be recognized as diagrammatic in nature and not completely descriptive of the requirements indicated thereon.) Certain terms used in Contract Documents are defined in this article. B_ General Requirements: The provisions or requirements of Division -1 sections apply to entire work of Contract and, where so Indicated, to other elements which are included in project. 2. Definitions: A. General: Definitions contained in this Article are not necessarily complete, but are general to the extent that they are not defined more explicitly elsewhere in the Contract Documents. B. Regulation: The term "Regulations" includes laws, statutes, ordinances and lawful orders issued by authorities having jurisdiction, as well as rules, conventions and agreements within the construction Industry that control performance of the Work, whether they are lawfully imposed by authorities having jurisdiction or not. C. Testing Laboratories: A "testing laboratory" is an Independent entity engaged to perform specific inspections or tests, either at the project site or elsewhere, and to report on, and, if required, to interpret, results of those inspections or tests. D. Owner's Representative: This is the entity described as the "Architect" in AIA Document A201 "General Conditions of the Contract for Construction," or Is the entity described as "Engineer" in Engineers Joint Contract Document Committee (EJCDC) Document 1910-8 "Standard General Conditions of the Construction Contract." All City of San Rafael FIAZMAT ABATI:MF.NT 02 82 B - 6127 Essential Facilities Demolition Project — Public Safety Center references to Architect or Construction Manager in the Contract Documents in all cases refer to the Owner's Representative. The Owner's Representative will represent the Owner during construction and until final payment is due. The Owner's Representative will advise and consult with the Owner. The Owner's Instructions to the Contractor will be forwarded through the Owner's Representative. Project Administrator: This is the entity described as the "Project Representative" in AIA Document A201 "General Conditions of the Contract for Construction," or Is the entity described as "Engineer" In Engineers Joint Contract Document Committee (EJCDC) Document 1910-8 "Standard General Conditions of the Construction Contract." The Project Administrator Is a full time representative of the Owner at the job site with authority to stop the work upon verbal order if requirements of the Contract Documents are not met, or If in the sole judgement of the Project Administrator, Owner's Representative, Owner, the Interests of the Owner, safety of any person or the Owner's property are jeopardized by the work. F. General Superintendent: This is the Contractor's Representative at the work site. This person will generally be the Competent Person required by OSHA in 29 CFR 1926. 3. Definitions Relative To Asbestos Abatement: A. Accredited or Accreditation (when referring to a person or laboratory): A person or laboratory accredited in accordance with section 206 of Title II of the Toxic Substances Control Act (TSCA). B. Aerosol: A system consisting of particles, solid or liquid, suspended In air. C. Air Cell: Insulation normally used on pipes and duct work that is comprised of corrugated cardboard which is frequently comprised of asbestos combined with cellulose or refractory binders. D. Air Monitoring: The process of measuring the fiber content of a specific volume of air. E. Amended Water: Water to which a surfactant has been added to decrease the surface tension to 35 or less dynes. A mixture of surfactant and water which results in wetting of the asbestos -containing material and retardation of fiber release during disturbance of the material equal to or greater than that provided by water amended with a surfactant consisting of one ounce of a solution of 50% polyoxyethylene ester and 50% polyoxyethylene ether mixed with rive gallons of water. F. Asbestos: The asbesliform varieties of serpentinite (chrysotile), riebeckite (crocidolite), cummingtonite-grunerite, anthophyilite, and actinolite-tremoilte. For purposes of determining respiratory and worker protection both the asbestiform and non-asbestiform varieties of the above minerals and any of these materials that have been chemically treated and/or altered shall be considered as asbestos. G. Asbestos -Containing Material (ACM): Any material containing more than 0.1% by weight of asbestos of any type or mixture of types. Ft. Asbestos-Contalning Building Material (ACBM): Surfacing ACM, thermal system Insulation ACM, or miscellaneous ACM that is found In or on interior structural members or other parts of a building. City of San Rafael HAZMAT ABATEMENT 02 82 13 - 7/27 Essential Facilities Demolition Project— Public Safety Center I. Asbestos -Containing Waste Material: Any material which Is or Is suspected of being or any material contaminated with an asbestos -containing material which is to be removed from a work area for disposal. J. Asbestos debris: Pieces of ACBM that can be Identified by color, texture, or composition, or means dust, if the dust is determined by an accredited Inspector to be ACM. K. Authorized Visitor: The Owner, the Owner's Representative, Consultants, testing lab personnel, the ArchitecUEngineer, emergency personnel or a representative of any federal, stale and local regulatory or other agency having authority over the project. L. Barrier: Any surface that seals off the work area to inhibit the movement of fibers. M. Breathing Zone: A hemisphere forward of the shoulders with a radius of approximately 6 to 9 inches. N. Certified Asbestos Consultant (CAC): An individual currently certified as an Asbestos Consultant by the California Division of Occupational Safety and Health (CALIOSHA) pursuant to Sections 7180 et seq. of the business and Professions Code. O. Ceiling Concentration: The concentration of an airborne substance that shall not be exceeded. P. Certified Industrial Hygienist (C,i.H.): An industrial hygienist certified In Comprehensive Practice by the American Board of Industrial Hygiene. Q. Demolltlon: The wrecking or taking out of any building component, system, finish or assembly of a facility together with any related handling operations. R. Disposal Bag: A properly labeled 6 mil thick leak -tight plastic bags used for transporting asbestos waste from work and to disposal site. S. Encapsulant: A material that surrounds or embeds asbestos fibers in an adhesive matrix, to prevent release of fibers. T. Bridging encapsulant: an encapsulant that forms a discrete layer on the surface of an in situ asbestos matrix. U. Penetrating encapsulant: an encapsulant that is absorbed by the In situ asbestos matrix without leaving a discrete surface layer. V. Removal encapsulant: a penetrating encapsulant specifically designed to minimize fiber release during removal of asbestos -containing materials rather that for in situ encapsulation. W. Encapsulation: Treatment of asbestos -containing materials, with an encapsulant. X. Enclosure: The construction of an air -tight, impermeable, permanent barrier around asbestos -containing material to control the release of asbestos fibers into the air. Y. Filter: A media component used in respirators to remove solid or liquid particles from the inspired air. City of San Rafael FIAZMAT ABATF.MF,NT 02 82 13 - 8/27 Essential Facilities Demolition Project — Public Safety Center Z. Friable Asbestos Material: Material that contains more than 1.0% asbestos by weight and that can be crumbled, pulverized, or reduced to powder by hand pressure when dry. AA. NEPA Filter: A High Efficiency Particulate Air (NEPA) filter capable of trapping and retaining 99.97% of asbestos fibers greater than 0.3 microns in diameter. BB. HEPA Filter Vacuum Collection Equipment (or vacuum cleaner): High efficiency particulate air filtered vacuum collection equipment with a filter system capable of collecting and retaining asbestos fibers. Filters should be of 99.97% efficiency for retaining fibers of 0.3 microns or larger. CC. High-efticlency particulate air filter: (NEPA) refers to a filtering system capable of trapping and retaining 99.97 percent of all monodispersed particles 0.3 um In diameter or larger. DD.Negative Pressure Respirator: A respirator in which the air pressure Inside the respiratory -inlet covering is posillve during exhalation In relation to the air pressure of the outside atmosphere and negative during inhalation in relation to the air pressure of the outside atmosphere. EE. Negative Pressure Ventilation System: A pressure differential and ventilation system. FF. Personal Monitoring: Sampling of the asbestos fiber concentrations within the breathing zone of an employee. GG. Pressure Differential and Ventilation System: A local exhaust system, utilizing HEPA filtration capable of maintaining a pressure differential with the inside of the Work Area at a lower pressure than any adjacent area, and which cleans recirculated air or generates a constant air flow from adjacent areas into the Work Area. HH. Protection Factor: The ratio of the ambient concentration of an airborne substance to the concentration of the substance inside the respirator at the breathing zone of the wearer. The protection factor Is a measure of the degree of protection provided by a respirator to the wearer. il. Respirator: A device designed to protect the wearer from the inhalation of harmful atmospheres. JJ. Surfactant: A chemical wetting agent added to water to improve penetration, thus reducing the quantity of water required for a given operation or area. KK. Time Weighted Average (TWA): The average concentration of a contaminant In air during a specific time period. LL. Visible Emissions: Any emissions containing particulate asbestos material that are visually detectable without the aid of instruments. This does not Include condensed uncombined water vapor. MM. Wet Cleaning: The process of eliminating asbestos contamination from building surfaces and objects by using cloths, mops, or other cleaning utensils which have been dampened with amended water or diluted removal encapsulant and afterwards thoroughly decontaminated or disposed of as asbestos -contaminated waste. City of San Rafael HAZMAT ABATEMENT 02 82 13 - 9/27 Essential Facilities Demolition Project— Public Safety Center NN. Work Area: The area where asbestos-related work or removal operations are performed which is defined and/or Isolated to prevent the spread of asbestos dust, fibers or debris, and entry by unauthorized personnel. Work area is a Regulated Area as defined by 29 CFR 1926. 4. Products (Not Applicable) 5. Execution (Not Applicable) Part 5 - Section Air Monitoring - Consulting & Laboratory Services 1. Description of the work A. Not in Contract Sum. This section describes work being performed by the City. This work is not in the Contract Sum. B. A Certified Asbestos Consultant will provide oversight and monitoring services during the project. Work practices of the contractor will be monitored to verify compliance with Local AQMD, Cal/OSHA and EPA regulations. Air samples will be taken during the project in the adjacent occupied work spaces. At the completion of the job, final air samples will be collected from the abatement areas as well as the adjoining spaces. Clearance air sampling will use aggressive methods and Transmission Electron Microscopy (TEM) analysis. C. A through visual Inspection will be completed before the final air sampling. D. This section describes air monitoring carried out by the owner to verify that the building beyond the work area and the outside environment remains uncontaminated. This section also sets forth airborne fiber levels both inside and outside the work area as action levels, and describes the action required by the Contractor if an action level is met or exceeded. E. Personal air monitoring required by Cal/OSHA Is work of the Contractor and is not covered In this section. 2. Air monitoring : A. Work Area Isolation: The purpose of the Owner's air monitoring Is to detect faults in the work area isolation such as: B. Contamination of the building outside of the work area with airborne asbestos fibers, C. Failure of flltralion or rupture In the differential pressure system, D. Contamination of air outside the building envelope by airborne asbestos fibers. E_ Should any of the above occur Immediately cease asbestos abatement activities until the fault is corrected. Do not recornmence work until authorized by the Owner's Representative. F. Work Area Airborne Fiber Count: The Owner will monitor airborne fiber counts In the Work Area. The purpose of this air monitoring will be to detect airborne asbestos concentrations which may challenge the ability of the Work Area Isolation procedures to protect the balance of the building or outside of the building from contamination by airborne fibers. City of San Rafael EAZMAT ABATEMENT 02 82 13 - 10/27 Essential Facilities Demolition Project — Public Safety Center G. Work area clearance: To determine If the elevated airborne fiber counts encountered during abatement operations have been reduced to an acceptable level, the Owner will sample and analyze air by Transmission Electron Microscopy. H. The Owner will be conducting air monitoring throughout the course of the project. 3. Analytical methods: A. The following methods will be used by the Owner in analyzing filters used to collect air samples. B. Phase Contrast Microscopy (PCM) will be performed using the NIOSH 7400 method. C. Transmission Electron Microscopy will be performed using the analysis method set forth in the AHERA regulation 40 CFR Part 763 Appendix A. 4. Before Start of Work: A, The City or their iH Consultant will secure Air Samples to establish a base line before start of work. Samples will be analyzed by PCM. 5. Daily: A. From start of work, the City may be taking samples an a daily basis. Samples will be analyzed by PCM. B. Additional samples may be taken at City or City's Representatives discretion. If airborne fiber counts are encountered, additional samples will be taken as necessary to monitor fiber levels. 6. Clearance Air Sampling: A. Aggressive clearance air samples will be analyzed by Transmission Electron Microscopy (TEM). 7. Consulting and Laboratory Testing: A. The services of a Certified Asbestos Consultant (CAC) and a testing laboratory may be employed by the City to collect and perform laboratory analyses of the air samples. A CAC will be at the job site, and samples will be sent daily to the laboratory for next day delivery, so that verbal reports on air samples can be obtained within 24 hours. The Contractor will have access to all air monitoring tests and results. 8. Products (Not Applicable) 9. Execution 10. Additional Testing: A. The Contractor may conduct ills own air monitoring and laboratory testing. If he elects to do this the cost of such air monitoring and laboratory testing shall be at no additional cost to the City. B. Personal Monitoring: This is the sole responsibility of the contractor. City of San Rafael HAZMAT ABATEMENT 02 82 13 - 11/27 Essential Facilities Demolition Project — Public Safety Center C. City will not be performing air monitoring to meet Contractor's OSHA requirements for personnel sampling or any other purpose. Part 6 - Section Respiratory Protection 1. Description Of Work: A. Instruct and train each worker involved in asbestos abatement or maintenance and repair of friable asbestos -containing materials In proper respiratory use and require that each worker always wear a respirator, properly fitted on the face in the Work Area from the start of any operation which may cause airborne asbestos fibers until the Work Area Is completely decontaminated. Use respiratory protection appropriate for the fiber level encountered in the work place or as required for other toxic or oxygen -deficient situations encountered. 2 Standards: A. Except to the extent that more stringent requirements are written directly Into the Contract Documents, the following regulations and standards have the same force and effect (and are made a part of the Contract Documents by reference) as if copied directly into the Contract Documents, or as if published copies were bound herewith Where there is a conflict in requirements set forth In these regulations and standards, meet the more stringent requirement. B. OSHA - U.S. Department of Labor Occupational Safety and Health Administration, Safety and Health Standards 29 CFR 1910, Section 1001 and Section 1910.134. 29 CFR 1926.58. C. CAL/OSHA California Division of Occupational Safely and Health, General Industry Safely Orders, Title 8, Section 5144 and Construction Safety Orders, Title 8, Section 1531. D. ANSi - American National Standard Practices for Respiratory Protection, ANSI Z88.2-19130. E. NIOSH - National Institute (or Occupational Safely and Health F. MSHA - Mine Safety and Health Administration 3 Submittals: A. Before Start of Work submit the following to the Architect for review. Do not begin work until these submittals are returned with the Engineer's action stamp Indicating that the submittal Is returned for unrestricted use. B. Product Data: Submit manufacturer's product information for each component used, including NiOSH and MSHA Certifications for each component in an assembly and/or for entire assembly. City of San Rafael HAZMAT ABATEMENT 02 82 13 - 12/27 Essential Facilities Demolition Project - Public Safety Center C. Respiratory Protection Program: Submit Contractor's written respiratory protection program manual as required by OSHA 1926.58 and CAL/OSHA Section 1531. D. Respiratory Protection Schedule: Submit level of respiratory protection intended for each operation required by the project. 4 Equipment: Air Purifying Respirators A. Respirator Bodies: Provide half face or full face type respirators. Equip full face respirators with a nose cup or other anti -fogging device as would be appropriate for use In air temperatures less than 32 degrees Fahrenheit, B. Filter Cartridges: Provide, at a minimum, HEPA type filters labeled with NIOSH and MSHA Certification for "Radionuclides, Radon Daughters, Dust, Fumes, Mists including Asbestos -Containing Dusts and Mists" and color coded in accordance with ANSI Z228.2 (1980). In addition, a chemical cartridge section may be added, if required, for solvents, etc., In use. In this case, provide cartridges that have each section of the combination canister labeled with the appropriate color code and NIOSH/MSHA Certification. C. Non -permitted respirators Do not use single use, disposable or quarter face respirators. 5 Execution: A. Respiratory Protection Program: Comply with ANSI Z88.2 - 1980 "Practices for Respiratory Protection," OSHA 29 CFR 1910 and 1926, and CAL/OSHA Title 8 Sections 5144 and 1531. B. Require that respiratory protection be used at all times that there is any possibility of disturbance of asbestos -containing materials whether Intentional or accidental. C. Require that a respirator be worn by anyone in a Work Area at all times, regardless of activity, during a period that starts with any operation which could cause airborne fibers. D. Regardless of Airborne Fiber Levels: Require that the minimum level of respiratory protection used be half -face air -purifying respirators with high efficiency filters. E. Do not allow the use of single -use, disposable, or quarter -face respirators for any purpose. Part 6.1 - Section: Decontamination Units 1. Description Of Work: A. Provide separate Personnel Decontamination facility and Load Out Area. Require that [lie Personnel Decontam'nation Unit be the only means of Ingress and egress for the Work Area. Require that all materials exit the Work Area through the Load Out Area. City of Sin Rafael IIAZMAT ABATEivIENT 02 82 13 - 13/27 Essential Facilities Demolition Project — Public Safety Center B. Submittals: 1) Before the Start of Work: Submit the following to the Owner's Representative for review. Do not begin work until these submittals are returned with Owner's Representative's action stamp indicating that the submittal is returned for unrestricted use or final -but -restricted use. a) Personnel Decontamination Unit: Provide shop drawing showing location and assembly of personnel decontamination units. C. Products: Decontamination Units 1) Polyethylene Sheet: A single polyethylene film in the largest sheet size possible to minimize seams, 4.0 or 6.0 mil thick as indicated, clear, frosted, or black as Indicated. 2) Duct Tape: Provide duct tape in 2" or 3" widths as indicated, with an adhesive which is formulated to stick aggressively to sheet polyethylene. 3) Spray Adhesive: Provide spray adhesive In aerosol cans which is specifically formulated to stick tenaciously to sheet polyethylene. 4) Filters: Provide cascaded filter units on drain lines from showers or any other water source carrying asbestos -contaminated water from the Work Area. Provide units with disposable filter elements as Indicated below. Connect so that discharged water passes primary filter and output of primary filter passes through secondary filter. a) Primary Filter - Passes particles 20 microns and smaller b) Secondary Filter - Passes particles 5 microns and smaller Part 6.3 — Execution : Decontamination Units 1. Personnel Decontamination Unit: A. Changing Room (clean room): Provide a room that is physically and visually separated from the rest of the building for the purpose of changing into protective clothing. 1) Construct using polyethylene sheeting, at least 6 mil In thickness, to provide an airtight seal between the Changing Room and the rest of the building. 2) Locate so that access to Work Area from Changing Room is through regulated work area entrance . 3) Separate Changing Room from Ilse building by a sheet plastic flapped doorway. 4) Require workers to remove all street clothes In this room, dress in clean, disposable coveralls, and don respiratory protection equipment. Do not allow asbestos - contaminated Items to enter [his room. Require Workers to enter this room either from outside the structure dressed in street clothes, or exiting from the decontamination area. 5) Maintain floor of changing room dry and clean at all times. Do not allow work site debris or water to soil floor in changing room. City of San Rafael HAZMAT ABATEMENT 02 82 13 - 14/27 Essential Facilities Demolition Project — Public Safety Center 6) Provide posted information for all emergency phone numbers and procedures. B. Drying Room: Provide a drying room as an airlock and a place for workers to dry after showering( if applicable). 1) Separate this room from the rest of the building with airtight walls fabricated of 6 mil polyethylene. 2) Separate from Regulated work area from the remainder of the store by a sheet plastic flapped doorway. 3) Provide a continuously adequate supply of disposable bath towels. C. Equipment Room (contaminated area): Require work equipment, footwear and additional contaminated work clothing to be left here. This Is a change and transit area for workers. 1) Separate this room from the Work Area by a 6 mll polyethylene (lapped doorway. 2) Separate this room from the rest of the building with airtight walls fabricated of 6 mll polyethylene. 3) Separate this room from the Decontamination Room and Work Area with airtight walls fabricated of 6 mil polyethylene. 4) Provide a drop cloth layer of sheet plastic on floor In the Equipment Room for every shift change expected. Roll drop cloth layer of plastic from Equipment Room Into Work Area after each shift change. Replace before next shift change. Provide a minimum of two (2) layers of plastic at all times. Use only clear plastic to cover floors. D. Airlock: Provide an airlock between Equipment Room and Work Area. This is a transit area for workers. 1) Separate this room from Equipment Room and Work Area by a sheet plastic flapped doorways. 2) Separate this room from the rest of the building with airtight walls fabricated of 6 mil polyethylene. 3) Separate this room from (lie Equipment Room and Work Area with airtight walls fabricated of 6 mil polyethylene. E, Work Area: Separate Work Area from the Equipment Room by polyethylene barriers. Damp wipe clean all surfaces after each shift change. Provide one additional Floor layer of 6 mit polyethylene per shift change and remove contaminated layer after each shift. F. Decontamination Sequence: Require that all workers adhere to the following sequence when entering or leaving the Work Area. City of San Rafael FIAZMAT ABATEMENT 02 82 13 - 15/27 Essential Facilities Demolition Project — Public Safely Center 1) Entering Work Area: Worker enters Changing Room and removes street clothing, puts on clean disposable overalls and respirator, and passes through the Decontamination Room into the Equipment Room. 2) Any additional clothing and equipment left in Equipment Room needed by the worker are put on in the Equipment Room. 3) Worker proceeds to Work Area. G. Exiting Work Area: 1) Before leaving the Work Area, require the worker to remove all gross contamination and debris from overalls and feet, 2) The worker then proceeds to the Equipment Room and removes all protective clothing except respiratory protection equipment, 3) Extra work clothing such as boots, hard hats, goggles, gloves are to be stored in contaminated end of the Equipment Room. 4) Disposable coveralls are placed in a bag for disposal with other material. 5) After removal of contaminated protective clothing, the worker moves to the Showers ( if applicable) or Changing Room and dresses In either new coveralls for another entry or street clothes if leaving. H. Load -out Area: The load -out area is the transfer area from the building to a truck or dumpster. it may be the Clean Room of the Equipment Decontamination unit or a separate room or loading dock area. I. Construction Of The Decontamination Units: 1) Walls and Ceiling: Construct airtight walls and ceiling using polyethylene sheeting, at least 6 mil in thickness. Attach to existing building components or a temporary framework. 2) Floors: Use 2 layers (minimum) of 6 mil polyethylene sheeting to cover floors in all areas of the Decontamination Units. Use only clear plastic to cover floors. 3) Flap Doors: Fabricated from three (3) overlapping sheets with openings a minimum of three feet (3') wide. Configure so that sheeting overlaps adjacent surfaces. Weight sheets at bottoms as required so that they quickly close after being released. Put arrows on sheets to indicate direction of overlap and/or travel. Provide a minimum of six feet (6') between entrance and exit of any room. Provide a minimum of three feet (3') between doors to airlocks. 4) Visual Barrier. Where the Decontamination area is immediately adjacent to and within view of occupied areas, provide a visual barrier of opaque polyethylene sheeting at least 6 mil in thickness so that worker 5) privacy is maintained and work procedures are not visible to building occupants. Where the area adjacent to the Decontamination area is accessible to the public, construct a solid barrier on the public side of the sheeting to protect the sheeting. Construct barrier with wood or metal studs City of'San Rafael HAZMAT ABATEMENT 02 82 13 - 16/27 Essential Facilities Demolition Projcct— Public Safely Center covered with minimum 1/4 inch thick hardboard or 1/2 inch plywood. Where the solid barrier is provided, sheeting need not be opaque. 6) Alternate methods of providing Decontamination facilities may be submitted to the Engineer for approval. Do not proceed with any such method(s) without written authorization of the Engineer. J. Cleaning Of Decontamination Units: K. Signs: 1) Clean debris and residue from inside of Decontamination Units on a dally basis. Damp wipe or hose down all surfaces after each shift change. Clean debris from shower pans on a daily basis. 2) If the Changing Room of the Personnel Decontamination Unit becomes contaminated with asbestos -containing debris, abandon the entire Decontamination Unit and erect a new Decontamination Unit. Use the former Changing Room as an Inner section of the new Equipment Room, 1) Provide signs in both English and Spanish. Part 7 - Section Project Closeout - Asbestos Abatement 1. Summary A. This Section specifies administrative and procedural requirements for project closeout, including but not limited to: 1) Inspection procedures. 2) Project record document submittal. B. Inspection Procedures: Upon completion of all abatement activities, the consultant and the General Superintendent from the abatement contractor shall review all work and perform a complete walk through of the facility. Work logs, employee sign in sheets, negative pressure manometer logs, manifests, etc. will be provided for the clients' records at this point. C. Any remaining clearance Inspections will take place at this point. Clearance Inspections may consist of visual, wipe samples, or air samples. D. Air sample clearances shall be performed using Transmission Electron Microscopy (TEM), unless background debris or other site conditions will overload air sampling cassettes. Acceptable clearance level is 70 structures/mm2 for TEM. E. Record Specifications: Maintain one complete copy of the Project Manual, including addenda, and one copy of other written construction documents such as Change Orders and modifications Issued In printed form during construction. Mark these documents to show substantial variations in actual work performed In comparison with the text of the Specifications and modifications. Give particular attention to substitutions, selection of options and similar information on elements that are concealed or cannot otherwise be readily discerned later by direct observation. Note related record drawing information and Product Data. City of San Rafacl. HAZMAT ABATEMENT 02 32 13 - 17/27 Essential Facilities Demolition Project — Public Safely Center F.Upon completion of the work, submit record Specifications to the Engineer for the City's records. G. Miscellaneous Record Submittals: Refer to other Specification Sections for requirements of miscellaneous record keeping and submittals In connection with actual performance of the work. Immediately prior to the date or dates of Substantial Completion, complete miscellaneous records and place in good order, properly Identified and bound or filed, ready for continued use and reference. Submit to the Engineer for the City's records. 2. Products (Not Applicable) 3. Execution (Not Applicable) Part 8 - Section Building Demolition -Asbestos Abatement 1. Description Of The Work A. The work of this Section Includes the demolition of buildings and installations where asbestos containing materials are present, B. Submittals: 1) Before Start of Work: Submit the following to the Owner's Representative for review. Do not start work until these submittals are returned with Owner's Representative's action stamp indicating that the submittal is returned for unrestricted use. 2) Surfactant: Submit product data, use Instructions and recommendations from manufacturer of surfactant intended for use. Include data substantiating that material complies with requirements. 3) Material Safely Data Sheet: Submit the Material Safety Data Sheet, or equivalent, in accordance with the OSHA Hazard Communication Standard (29 CFR 1910.1200) for each surfactant and encapsulating material proposed for use on the work. Include a separate attachment for each sheet Indicating the specific worker protective equipment proposed for use with the material Indicated. 2. Products: A. Wetting Materials: For wetting prior to disturbance of asbestos -containing materials use amended water B. Amended Water: Provide water to which a surfactant.has been added. Use a mixture of surfactant and water which results in welting of the asbestos - containing material and retardation of fiber release during disturbance of the material equal to or greater than that provided by the use of one ounce of a surfactant consisting of 50% polyoxyethylene ester and 50% polyoxyethylene ether mixed with five gallons of water. City of San Rafael HA7.MAT ABATEMENT 02 82 13 - 18/27 Essential facilities Demolition Project — Public Safety Center C. Polyethylene Sheet: A single polyethylene film in the largest sheet size possible to minimize seams, 4.0 or 6.0 mil thick as Indicated, clear, frosted, or fire retardant as Indicated. D. Duct Tape: Provide duct tape in 2' or 3" widths as indicated, with an adhesive which is formulated to slick aggressively to sheet polyethylene. E. Spray Cement: Provide spray adhesive in aerosol cans which Is specifically formulated to stick tenaciously to sheet polyethylene. F. Disposal Bags: Provide 6 mil thick leak -tight polyethylene bags labeled as required by Section 02084 Disposal of Asbestos Containing Waste Material. G. Fiberboard Drums; Provide heavy duty leak tight fiberboard drums with tight sealing locking metal tops. 3 Execution A. Worker Protection: 1) Before beginning work with any material for which a Material Safety Data Sheet has been submitted provide workers with the required protective equipment. Require that appropriate protective equipment be used at all times. 2) If excessive airborne dust levels are noted, the consultant will collect area air samples at downwind locations from the work. Visible emissions of dust will be sufficient to shut down all work on the project, until additional wetting has taken place. 3) During the renovation / demolition of the building, it is possible that previously hidden materials may be discovered. Any suspect materials that are uncovered, shall be basis for Immediate cessation of further work. The suspect materials shall be brought to the attention of the consultant for determination of content or hazard. 4) At the completion of all demolition and waste disposal the consultant shall perform a final site visit to verify that no visible asbestos debris remains at the site. 5) Final Air Testing: If the Work Area is to be occupied prior to application of new materials clear the Work Area in accordance with requirements of sections regarding Work Area Clearance. 4. Removal Of Asbestos -Containing Materials A. General 1) Related Work Specified Elsewhere: B. Disposal of asbestos -containing waste is specified in Section Disposal of Asbestos -Containing Waste Material. C. Isolation of Work Areas, Interior of Building 1) install critical barriers and regulated area signage. City of San Rafael HAZMAT ABATEMENT 02 82 13 - 19/27 Essential Facilities Demolition Project — Public Safety Center 2) Set up containment or splash -guards. The containment / splash guards for abatement spaces shall consist of 6 mil flame resistant poly, 1 wall and ceiling layer, extending at least 6 feet above floor level, adjacent to all ACM floors. 3) Connect Temporary Services (GFI Power, water, lights) 4) Erect Notification Board and Warning Signs 5) Lockout Electrical Equipment (work areas only) 6) Establish/ Maintain Regulated Work Area. D. Removal of Asbestos Containing Flooring Materials, Friable. This specification section is not applicable to this project. E. Removal of Asbestos Containing Flooring Materials, Non -Friable. 1) This portion of the project will consist of removal of 9 x 9 and 12 x 12 vinyl floor file and re$ldual mastics that remains below existing carpet. 2) Pre -clean all existing debris areas on floor and walls. Specifically the work areas shall be vacuumed with a HEPA filtered vacuum, using a metal floor attachment. The floor tiles to be removed shall be wetted with water or an amended water solution and shall be maintained wet for the duration of the removal operations. The removal shall be performed using only hand tools. The use of mechanically operated machines is prohibited, unless complete negative pressure enclosure is utilized, with notification to local NESHAPS authority. The floor tiles are pried up Individually using a stiff bladed scrapper. If a the does not release from the adhesive when the scrapper is forced under the the by hand, the scraper may be struck by a hammer to cause the tile to release. The tile may also be heated using an electric hot air gun to soften the adhesive and facilitate removal. 3) Alternatively, without first prying the floor tiles using a scrapper, heat is applied to the floor the from a heat source ( e.g. infrared heat machine) and the tiles are removed by hand or by using a scrapper. The use of an infrared heat machine will negate the requirement for wetting the floor tiles. 4) Perform bulk removal and bagging of waste simultaneously. Perform all work "wet" using amended water. Waste shall not accumulate on floor. 5) Remove all loose flooring and mastic from floors, baseboards, and adjoining walls. 6) Perform detail cleaning using scrappers, shovels, and HEPA vacuums, using adequate arnended water. 7) Remove any concentrations of mastic that have separated from the concrete floor. Any loose sections of concrete or floor leveling compound shall be disposed of with floor tiles. Any materials not firmly secured to the slab shall be abated. 8) If the selected abatement method will remove all mastic, use of razor scrapers and / or mastic solvent shall leave only a thin transparent film on the concrete slab. If solvent removal Is elected, additional ventilation shall be provided If deemed necessary by the consultant, or based on information contained in the MSDS for the mastic solvent product(s). The use of low speed rotary floor machines is allowed only with wet use scrubbing pads. 9) Wrap all Waste In double 6 mil bags with appropriate warning labels on bags, or other closed leak tight container as required by current state and local regulations. 10) Notify the consultant that work space Is ready for final visual inspection. Foreman to be available for assistance if additional materials are discovered. City of San Rafael IIAZMAT ABATEMENT 02 82 1.3 - 20/27 Essential Facilities Demolition Project — Public Safety Center 11) HEPA vacuum all surfaces and areas where ACM was removed, or rinse the floor surfaces with water/ detergent following application of mastic solvents. The use of a detergent formulated for the removal of residual solvents is preferred. 12) Encapsulate -all surfaces and areas where ACM was removed, using penetrating encapsulant. Removal of Asbestos Containing Thermal System Insulation, Friable 1) This portion of the project (if applicable) will consist of removal of the heat resistant cloths at electrical panels. These areas are identified as such In an Inspection or asbestos survey. The heat resistant cloth materials are considered friable when disturbed and will require specific handling practices to prevent release of fibers. Removal of the other non- friable materials Is covered in other sections, if applicable. 2) Use of appropriate personnel protective equipment (PPE) for removal of friable asbestos is required for all personnel performing any aspect of this project. 3) Install critical barriers and containment consisting of multiple layers of 6 mil polyethylene sheeting, to produce a negative pressure enclosure. The containment shall be capable of maintaining 0.25 " WC negative pressure, by means of multiple negative air machines. Whichever system is selected shall be listed in the Injury and Illness Prevention Plan of the contractor and be submitted as part of the submittal package. 4) Establish a decontamination unit as the sole means of entrance and exit from the regulated work space. 5) Remove the fibered cloth materials using only hand tools, performing all work "wet" using amended water. 6) Remove the cloth while wet and place into poly disposal bags as soon as practicable. Waste shall not accumulate on the floor of the containment The cloth layer shall be removed down to the gypsum board backing. The remaining surface shall be left clean and free of any three dimensional materials. 7) Wrap all Waste in double 6 mil bags with appropriate warning labels on bags, as required by current federal, state, and local regulations. 8) Notify consultant that work space is ready for final visual inspection. Foreman to be available for assistance if additional materials are discovered. 9) Encapsulate all surfaces and areas where ACM was removed, using penetrating encapsulant. 10) The work area shall be HEPA vacuumed of any residual materials prior to removal of regulated area barriers or containment. G. Removal of Asbestos Containing Surfacing Materials, Friable This specification section Is not applicable to this project. H. Removal of Asbestos Containing Roofing Materials, Non -Friable. This specification section is not applicable to this project. I. Removal of Asbestos Containing Plasters and Stuccos, Non-Frlable City of Sail Rafael HAZMAT ABATEMENT 02 82 13 - 21/27 Essential Facilities Demolition Project — Public Safety Ccntcr This specification section is not applicable to this project. J. Removal of Asbestos Containing Transite Materials, Non -Friable This specification section is not applicable to this project. City of San Rafacl HAZMAT ABATEMENT 02 82 13 - 22/27 Essential Facilities Demolition Project — Public Safety Center K. Removal of Asbestos Containing Caulking and Sealants, Non -Friable 1) This portion of the project will consist of removal of Caulking or sealants that have been classified as non -friable. These areas must be identified In an inspection report by a Certified Asbestos Consultant. The inspection must specifically Identify the caulking / sealant materials and describe how to maintain the material in a non -friable condition during removal. The caulking / sealant materials must be considered non -friable In their current state and will require handling practices to prevent their becoming friable. 2) Use of appropriate personnel protective equipment for removal of non -friable asbestos is required for all personnel performing any aspect of this project. The use of critical barriers / regulated work area and engineering controls Is required unless the contractor can provide a Negative Exposure Assessment, prior to start of the project. 3) Before removal begins, heavy drop cloths are placed below the work area and the entire wall or component Is wetted using a Hudson sprayer, hose, or airless sprayer. 4) The material is removed using hand tools such as scrapers, chisels, or bars. If possible the fasteners holding the materials to the substrate shall be removed to allow for the disassembly of the components resulting in less breakage. No power operated tools will be allowed which would render the materials friable. The use of air powered tools is specifically prohibited due to the high volume of air generated at the tool's exhaust port. 5) As each section of caulking or sealant Is removed, a constant mist of water or amended water is sprayed Into the point where the material separates from the substrate. 6) After a section has been removed, it is placed in a heavy duty disposal bag or other closed leak light container. 7) After the caulking / sealant has been removed, an encapsulant shall be spray applied to lock -down any residual fibers and debris. L. Removal of Asbestos Containing Drywall Materials, More than 1% Asbestos 1) This portion of the project (if applicable) will consist of removal of the drywall materials such as gypsum board, joint tape and applied texture wall or calling coatings. These areas are identified as such in an inspection or asbestos survey. The soft surface materials are considered friable when disturbed and will require specific handling practices to prevent release of fibers. Removal of the other non- friable materials is covered In later sections. 2) Use of appropriate personnel protective equipment (PPE) for removal of friable asbestos Is required for all personnel performing any aspect of this project. 3) Install critical barriers and containment consisting of multiple layers of 6 mil polyethylene sheeting, to produce a negative pressure enclosure. The containment shall be capable of maintaining 0.25 " WC negative pressure, by means of multiple negative air machines. Whichever system is selected shall be listed in the Injury and Illness Prevention Plan of the contractor and be submitted as part of the submittal package. 4) Establish a decontamination unit as the sole means of entrance and exit from the regulated work space. 5) Remove the drywall materials using scrappers and scrubbing pads, performing all work "wet" using amended water. City of Sari Rafael HAZMAT ABATEMENT 02 82 13 - 23/27 Essential Facilities Demolition Project — Public Safety Center 6) Remove (tie drywall intact if possible, removing large pieces In manageable sections for placement Into 6 mil poly disposal bags. The drywall shall be removed down to the bare wall studs, joists, or substrate material. The remaining surface shall be left clean and free of any three dimensional materials. The contractor has the option of wet scrubbing and using a HEPA vacuum on the contaminated surface. 7) Wrap all Waste in double 6 mil bags with appropriate warning labels on bags, as required by current federal, state, and local regulations. 8) Notify the consultant that the work space is ready for final visual Inspection. Foreman to be available for assistance if additional materials are discovered. 9) Encapsulate all surfaces and areas where ACM was removed, using penetrating encapsulant. Alternatively rinse the surface with water / detergent prior to application of new flooring materials. 10) The work area shall be HEPA vacuumed of any residual materials prior to removal of regulated area barriers or containment. M. Removal of Asbestos Containing Drywall Materials, Less than 1% Asbostos This specification section Is not applicable to this project. City of San Rafael HAZMAT ABA'T'EMENT 02 82 13 - 24/27 Essential Facilities Demolition Project Public Safety Center 02 84 00 Removal of Polychlorinated Biphenols ( PCB ) Ballasts & Lamps A. This portion of the project will consist of removal of PCB B. Contractor shall ensure that the PCB containing lighting ballasts are handled, containerized, secured, labeled, manifested, transported, and either reused, disposed, Incinerated or recycled as appropriate. C. Generators of PCB ballasts who transport off-site no more than two 55 -gallon drums per transportation vehicle shall be exempt from the standards set forth In Article 1, Article 2 and Article 4 of 22 CCR, Chapter 12 and 13 as follows: 1) Generators of PCB containing light ballasts shall be exempt from filing an "Extremely Hazardous Waste Disposal Permit" as required by Section 67430.1 2) A transporter of twelve or more non -leaking PCB -containing fluorescent light ballasts shall be exempt from provisions under 22 CCR, Chapter 13 provided the following conditions are met: 3) The transporter shall use a shipping paper which contains the information required pursuant to Title 49, CFR, Part 172, Subpart C to document the transportation of the ballasts. the shipping paper shall accompany the shipments. 4) The total number of PCB light ballasts being transported shall not exceed two 55 - gallon drums of non -leaking per load and shall not contain any other hazardous wastes, D. The transporting container shall meet applicable federal and state regulations. E. Any discharges or spills of waste consisting of PCB -containing light ballasts from one container to another shall not be subject the requirements of 22 CFR provided the containers hold no other hazardous waste. F. Waste Characterization: The U.S. EPA (EPA; 40 CFR 761.60 & 761.761.65 and the California Dept. of Health Services ( DOHS; 22 CFR Section 66508) consider ballasts as a hazardous waste. Disposal of PCB- containing ballasts shall be In accordance with Section 66268.110 via incineration unless otherwise approved by the owner. Pack ballasts marked as "Containing PCB" or ballasts not specifically marker as "Non -PGB" or "PCB Free" as hazardous waste. Worker removing ballasts shall wear protective clothing and nitrile or neoprene gloves. Those ballasts showing signs of overheating or leakage will require wipe -down of the fixture with clean paper towels at room temperature. This step shall be followed by an additional wipe -down with an organic solvent, such as mineral spirits or isopropyl alcohol. The leaking ballasts and rags shall be placed in a plastic bag , tied off and secured. Remaining PCB ballasts and rags shall be placed in steel drums, sealed, labeled, and transported to an approved incinerator following required manifest procedures. Absorbent materials, such as kitty litter, shall be used as a cushion and absorbent with the drums. Drum loading shall not exceed the capacity of the Incinerator ( typically 350 to 500 pounds ). Part 9 - Building Damolition-Lead Based Paint Abatement 1, Description of The Work A. The work of this Section includes the demolition of buildings and installations where lead based or lead containing paints are present. B. Submittals: City of San Rafael HAZMAT ABATEMENT 02 82 13 - 25/27 Essential Facilities Demolition Project — Public Safcty Center 1) Before Start of Work: Submit the following to the Architect or Owner's Representative for review. Do not start work until these submittals are returned with Owner's Representative's action stamp indicating that the submittal is returned for unrestricted use. 2) Surfactant: Submit product data, use instructions and recommendations from manufacturer of surfactant Intended for use. Include data substantiating that material complies with requirements. 3) Material Safety Data Sheet: Submit the Material Safety Data Sheet, or equivalent, in accordance with the OSHA Hazard Communication Standard (29 CFR 1910.1200) for each surfactant and encapsulating material proposed for use on the work. Include a separate attachment for each sheet indicating the specific worker protective equipment proposed for use with the material indicated. C. Abatement of Lead Based Paints 1) Lead was detected in most of the paint samples. The sample results ranged from 100 parts -per -million (ppm) to 140,000 ppm in the paint on the second floor balcony. Many of the exterior paints were found to contain more than the 0.5% or 5000 ppm threshold and are classified as Lead Based Paints (LBP) for purposes of EPA regulations. Cal OSHA regulations will apply, since [lie levels of lead In paint were above the detection limit based on the lab reports. 2) Demolition of materials containing lead is a Cal -OSHA level one "trigger task" that assumes exposures will exceed the permissible exposure limit (PEL). For work in public buildings where the PEL is exceeded Cal -OSHA requires that workers be certified by the California Department of Health (DPH). The lead content of most of the paints sampled is high enough that demolition activities disturbing any of them are likely to result in exposures above the PEL. Information concerning the lead sample results must be provided to contractors who in turn must provide employees with lead -specific hazard communication type Information including health effects and good hand hygiene practices (e.g., wash hands before ealing drinking or smoking, etc.). 3) With regard to the 1000 ppm or other low lead level paint on the steel, stucco, or wood surfaces, demolition activities that disturb It are possible to exceed the PEL only if trigger task activities are used. 4) Furthermore, abrasive blasting, welding, cutting, and torch burning are all Cal - OSHA level 3 "trigger tasks" and employers are required to assume exposures exceed 2,500 ug/M3. The Cal -OSHA lead in construction safety order requires that supplied air respiratory protection be provided for this level of exposure, In addition to lead worker training, certificallon, hygiene facilities, etc. It Is recommended that If any level 3 trigger tasks are to be performed on the steel, then spot -removal of the paint should be conducted first. The paint chips, debris or dust are easily transferred by hand contact so that the importance of good hand hygiene is paramount. 5) The total lead content of many of the paint samples (i.e., the paint of wood and trim) were at the 1,000 ppm total threshold limit concentration (TTLC). and all of the results exceeded 50 ppm, or ten times (lie 5 ppm soluble threshold limit concentration (STLC) so that loose paint debris must be City of San Rafael HAZMAT ABATEMENT 02 82 13 - 26/27 Essential Facilities Demolition Project Public Safety Center disposed of as lead hazardous waste. Loose and peeling paints should be removed from surfaces prior to paint stripping or demolition. 6) In order to reduce the amount of lead hazardous waste, it is recommended that the demolition debris should be composited and the samples analyzed by the waste extraction test (WET) for comparison against the 5 ppm STLC. Debris exceeding the STLC must be disposed of as lead hazardous waste. 7) The building materials that the City has listed for salvage or re -use shall be wrapped in one or two layers of polyethylene sheeting, seam sealed with duct tape, labeled with lead content warnings, and provided for the City or others to re -use. See specific scope of work documents for LBP salvage Items. Any residual paint chips existing at the site shall be removed by workers with EPA RRP level of training, using HEPA filtered vacuum cleaners. 8) All of the exterior paints above 1000 ppm shall be treated as lead containing paints. Any future removal shall be performed using RRP work methods, following all applicable regulatory guidelines. 9) Any paint removal work shall follow Cal / OSHA regulations regarding trigger task activities, unless the paints are confirmed to be at or below the limit of quantification for lead content. 10) Renovation or demolition work in areas that are not specifically covered by this report shall be re -Inspected prior to any disturbance of suspect materials. If the scope of work changes, please allow 24- 48 hours notice for the Inspector to perform additional survey work at the site. 11) Notify the consultant 24-48 hours prior to start of any removal or abatement work to arrange for work monitoring and air sampling during the Initial phase of the construction, if desired. The construction manager of the project should verify that the abatement contractor is qualified to perform the work and understands the EPA and CDPH specifications and restrictions for working on a public building. A pre job safety meeting is required. Any chemicals to be used on the project must be accompanied by a Safety Data Sheet ("SDS") and appropriate hazard communication training for all employees at the site. City of Snn Rafael 14AZMAT ABATEMENT 02 82 13 - 27/27 Essential Facilities Demolition Project — Public Safety Center SECTION 31 10 00 SITE PREPARATION AND DEMOLITION PART 1 — GENERAL 1.01 SUMMARY A. This section describes general requirements, products, and methods of execution relating to site preparation, unless otherwise noted. This section applies to: 1. Surface and subsurface demolition. 2. Backfilling of excavations and depressions. 3. Coordination, demolition and/or relocation of existing utilities. 4. Prior to start of demolition of facilities, shut-off, disconnect, cut, and cap where required, underground utility services to facilities. 5. Removal of A,C. pavement driveway and concrete pavement, concrete pads, and A.C. curbing. 6. Removal of cyclone wire, wood fences and barricades. 7. Removal of storm drainage piping, catch basins, and manholes. 8. Removal of vegetation and trees as specified herein. B. Contractor shall provide labor, material and equipment required for demolishing, cutting, removing and disposing of existing construction as designated and shown on the drawings for the following as required, unless otherwise noted. C. Coordinate all work with capping or sealing of existing utilities, D. Related Sections: 1. Section 31 22 00 — Earlhwork and Grading 2. Section 31 23 33 — Trenching, Backfilling, and Compacting 1.02 SUBMITTALS A, Comply with requirements of Section 0133 00 — Submittal Procedures B. Submit copies of all permits and certificates required for the project to Owner or Owner's Representative, for record purposes. C. Permits and notices authorizing demolition. D. Submit copy of letters or certificates of severance of utilities services from the affected agencies or utilities. E. Submit copies of proposed haul route(s) from the demolition worksite to an authorized disposal site as approved by authority having Jurisdiction. F, Submit copy of permit for transport and disposal of debris. G. Make arrangements of disposing of waste and excess materials at a legally licensed landfill/disposal facility outside worksite and pay cost thereof. H. Photograph existing conditions of existing structure surfaces, equipments, and adjacent Improvements that might be misconstrued as damage related to removal operations File photographs with Owner prior to start of work. CITY OF SAN RAFAEL SITE PREPARATON AND DEMOLITION 31 10 00 -Page 'i PUBLIC SAFETY CENTER EARLY DEMOLITION PROJECT CONTRACT ROUTING FORM INSTRUCTIONS: Use this cover sheet to circulate all contracts for review and approval in the order shown below. TO BE COMPLETED BY INITIATING DEPARTMENT PROJECT MANAGER: Contracting Department: Department of Public Works Project Manager: Cindy Ray Extension: x5326 Project Name: Public Safety Center Demolition of Artifacts Contractor Name: Gray Industries Contractor's Contact: Ian Gray Contact's Email: ian.grayindustries@gmail.com Step RESPONSIBLE DESCRIPTION COMPLETED REVIEWER DEPARTMENT DATE Check/Initial 1 Project Manager a. Email PINS Introductory Notice to Contractor 8/28/2017 ® CR b. Email contract (in Word) & attachments to City 8/28/2017 Atty c/o Laraine.Gittens@cityofsanrafael.org 2 City Attorney a. Review, revise, and comment on draft agreement 9/5/2017 LAG and return to Project Manager 9/5/2017 5Z LAG b. Confirm insurance requirements, create Job on PINS, send PINS insurance notice to contractor 3 Project Manager Forward three (3) originals of final agreement to ❑ CR contractor for their signature 4 Project Manager When necessary, * contractor -signed agreement ® N/A agendized for Council approval *PSA > $20,000; or Purchase > $35,000; or Or ❑ CR Public Works Contract > $125,000 Date of Council approval Click here to enter a date. PRINT CONTINUE ROUTING PROCESS WITH HARD COPY 5 Project Manager Forward signed original agreements to City ❑ CR Attorney with printed copy of this routing form 6 City Attorney Review and approve hard copy of signed agreementf(J�- 7 City Attorney Review and approve insurance in PINS, and bonds J -2-) (for Public Works Contracts) 8 City Manager / Mayor Agreement executed by Council authorized official /a. 9 City Clerk Attest signatures, retains original agreement and forwards copies to Project Manager��-