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A complete and correct copy of these speci-
All bids must be submitted on or before
The right is reserved to reject any or all
No bid will be considered unless accompa-
Successful bidders will be required to fur- fullquoad
more for to faithfully commence, carry on, and contract clave complete their work in every respect accord- wie Here ika7 ing to the true spirit and intent of these speci-Cerf 30 7. HF. 225 fications.
The word “contractor" as herein used refers to the party or parties whose bid or bids for the whole or any part of the work contemplated under these specifications have been accepted.
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Contractors under these specifications shall 6. Commencecommence work on dates to be assigned, Completion of notice to be given of such dates not less than
- days in advance. All work shall proceed as rapidly as is consistent with thoroughness and good workmanship, and shall be completed in the following times:
Installation of dynamos and apparatus within days after assigned date of commencement.
Installation of wiring and wiring devices within days after assigned date of commencement.
Erection of pole line and wire within days after assigried date of commencement.
Installation of fixtures and dependent work within days after assigned date of commencement. Installation of steam plant complete within
days after assigned date of commencement.
But delays due to strikes, riots, or accidents beyond the control of contractors shall be added to the time stipulated above for the completion of the work, provided application is made in writing by the contractor at the time such delay occurs, giving its nature and extent, such application to be subject to the approval of
If any contractor shall fail to complete his 7. Damages. work in the time stipulated above, including time lost through unavoidable delays if such
time has been approved, there shall be de-
GENERAL SPECIFICATION. Each contractor shall personally or through an authorized and competent representative constantly supervise the work from its beginning to its completion and acceptance.
He shall furnish all transportation, labor, apparatus, and materials necessary for performing his work according to the true spirit and intent of these specifications (and plans).
He shall obtain all necessary permits and
Clw licenses for temporary obstructions, etc.
He shall at all times, until its completion and final acceptance, protect his work, apparatus and materials from accidental damage by other contractors or otherwise, making good any damage thus occurring at his own expense; also making good any injury done the building in the performance of his work.
He shall be responsible for all accidents resulting through his work.
(The purchaser) agrees to afford the contractor all possible facilities to enable the work to proceed without interruption from beginning to end, and to make good any loss which the contractor suffers in consequence of delay on the part of said (purchaser).
9. Work. Labor and
• All work contemplated under these specifi-
The labor shall be thoroughly competent
Materials shall be of the highest grade unless specifically stated otherwise.
Additional work will be allowed only on the 10. Additional, written order of the purchaser).
Specified work shall be omitted or changed
The contractor shall make good for a period 11. Replaceof -- days after the final acceptance of the Defective
Material. work all defects which develop on account of defective work or material.
All patented apparatus and material must 12. Patented
Apparatus. be furnished by the contractor under guarantee against loss through suits, royalties, or claims of any kind whatsoever, and that any loss or damage to (purchaser) through such suits or claims will be made good by said contractor.
Every bidder is expected to include in his 13. Special
Devices. proposal not only everything called for in
these specifications, but also any special devices or methods peculiar to his system which will add to the safety, completeness, or efficiency of the plant, stating clearly the advantages to be derived from their use.
14. Safeguards and Débrie.
Contractors must provide all necessary safeguards from accidents to persons or property; must keep all passages, entrances, sidewalks, etc., free from débris and incumbrances; and on the completion of the work must remove from the premises all surplus material of every kind and description.
All plans and detailed drawings necessary to show the scope and character of the work contemplated under these specifications will
architect Figured dimensions and detailed drawings are in all cases to be followed in preference to scaled dimensions. The interpretation of all plans and drawings shall rest with the
architect } and in case any doubt arises as
to their interpretation or correctness, work shall be discontinued until such doubt is removed, or if continued it shall be at the risk of the contractor.
(Note.-The character and extent of the tests, especially the final tests, must be deter