Questions and Answers to Project Documents — Business Opportunities
PROJECT:  Janitorial Main Terminal and Concourses
NUMBER:  201732928

Current as of:  4/25/2017
 
Question Number  1:   Regarding the Meeting and Tours for Airport Janitorial Contracts NO. 201732928, NO. 201732980, 201732982 – If we want to attend the Main Terminal tour and the Parking/Outlying Areas tour, do we need to have 2 people at the tour because the tours may occur at the same time?
    Answer:   Correct, as stated in the RFP one representative per site tour.
Question Number  2:   In the scope of work there was no mention of additional services for the hotel area. In section 12.2 for Hotel & Transit center it ask for a monthly price for the outdoor plaza, west side hotel elevator lobby, public restrooms and event clean up. 1. Will your office provide a schedule of events planned for that specific area, the number of restrooms along with size and dimensions, along with the possible event set ups with the dimensions of the outdoor plaza?
    Answer:   We do not have a schedule for any events taking place after March 2018. However, we anticipate monthly events on the hotel plaza and will provide the schedule once we receive it. Event cleanup will include picking up trash after the event and monitoring trash during the event.
Question Number  3:   In the scope of work there was no mention of additional services for the hotel area. In section 12.2 for Hotel & Transit center it ask for a monthly price for the outdoor plaza, west side hotel elevator lobby, public restrooms and event clean up. Will there be facility plans, (drawing with square footage) made available for the request of sec. 12.10, 12.11, 12.12, 12.13, 12.14, and 12.15?
    Answer:   This information will be provided in the square footage document.
Question Number  4:   I have a question about the Staffing Plan: 4.2.1 When filling out the table with the shifts, does every box need to have a number in it? For example: level 5 East men’s room and level 5 East women’s, if both restrooms were cleaned by same custodian how do we mark that on the table provided?
    Answer:   Yes, every box will need a number. If one custodian takes care of multiple areas, use the number which best represents how much time the custodian will spend his or her day on the task. For example, if you expect a custodian to spend half their time cleaning a ticket counter area and half cleaning the restrooms, use “.5” for each cell.
Question Number  5:   Which questions contribute to 40 page limit: "Please clarify the items that do not contribute to the 40 page limit for the Narrative. For example does the W-9 form and sample Green Cleaning Program contribute?"
    Answer:   Any required RFP forms do no contribute to the 40 page limit.
Question Number  6:   Please confirm if there will be any preference given to bidders that submit a response for all three related RFP’s(Main Terminal/Concourses, Airside Employee Parking Building and Outlying Areas) vs. a bidder that submits for only a single RFP? Conversely, will a bidder that only submits a proposal for only one of these RFP’s be subject to any disadvantaged consideration?
    Answer:   Answer being researched.
Question Number  7:   Can you clarify if the M/WBE participation goal of minimum 30% participation is or is not a mandatory requirement? The statement on Page 3 of the RFP states “must be met” but also seems to present a loop hole for exercising “sufficient good faith effort.” Out of fairness to all bidders, it would be important to understand if this is a mandatory requirement, or not.
    Answer:   The 30% participation goal is mandatory per Denver’s contracting ordinances. Should a bidder be unable to achieve the 30% required participation, a Good Faith Effort will be required and must be provided with the proposal submission.
Question Number  8:   Can you provide building/site drawings and facility statistics? Can you provide information/detail on the various types of floor surfaces (terrazzo, granite, ceramic, concrete, vct, carpet, etc) on these drawings and the area size/square footage of each? Can you indicate what offices are to be cleaned vs those that are managed by the airlines and not cleaned under this rfp? Can you indicate on the drawings the location of restrooms and show the number of fixtures (toilet, urinal, sink) in each?
    Answer:   Answer being researched.
Question Number  9:   Can you confirm that there will not be a requirement for Customs Seal/Bonding for any of the management/custodial staff?
    Answer:   Answer being researched.
Question Number  10:   Can you confirm if we are to clean the outward facing surfaces of the ticket counters and skycap counters or are these the airlines responsibility? Can you confirm that there is no window washing requirements (other than “spot cleaning”) on this contract?
    Answer:   The cleaning of airline ticket counters and skycap counters are not included in this contract.The only window cleaning requirements under this contract is the interior of the train cars. Otherwise, there are no window washing requirements (including spot cleaning).
Question Number  11:   I have a question regarding the Mandatory RFP Questions, attachment 6. It states that these pages are not included in the page numbering of the contract. Is that regarding the RFP or the bid?
    Answer:   It’s in regards to your submitted proposal.
Question Number  12:   In the RFP page 140 of 210 it states 4.1.2 400 FTE’s and in the Scope of Work 4.1.2 states 397, which one is the requirement?
    Answer:   Answer being researched.
Question Number  13:   In the RFP page 140 of 210, 4.1.3 is says staffing set at 247 employees per day, is this the Total FTE requirement per day or total non-management and supervisory FTE’s?
    Answer:   Answer being researched.
Question Number  14:   If it is 247 daily staff, then that only equates to 346 FTE’s? Why is there a variance?
    Answer:   Answer being researched.
Question Number  15:   We understand that the current contract is operated a lower FTE count than the 397 requirement, is that correct? Is it the intention that the staffing requirement is increased to this new level?
    Answer:   Answer being researched.
Question Number  16:   In the RFP page 140 of 210, 4.1.5, are the 7,613 monthly snow requirement hours in addition to the 397 FTE’s or included in the 397 FTE’s during the specified Winter months?
    Answer:   Answer being researched.
Question Number  17:   Is contractor responsible for disposal of sharps and biohazards other than collecting and exchanging containers?
    Answer:   Yes, the contractor empties the sharps containers. The contractor is responsible for the disposal.
Question Number  18:   Can bidders be provided with floor plans of the facilities?
    Answer:   Answer being researched.
Question Number  19:   Can proposed Site/Contract Manager remain confidential as they may be a current team member of a competitor?
    Answer:   Answer being researched.
Question Number  20:   Is a dedicated office space available for successful contactor? Are there any costs associated with using the space (i.e. rent, internet access, phone, power)?
    Answer:   Answer being researched.
Question Number  21:   We respectfully request an extension of the due date for the Proposal Submittal. The questions that have been asked with regard to building square footage, site drawings, and other building statistics provide information that we will need to prepare our proposal. With the proposal due date rapidly approaching we respectfully request an extension of two weeks to allow bidders to adequately prepare our proposals once all of the questions have been answered.
    Answer:   Answer being researched.
Question Number  22:   Are contractors required to increase pay and benefits of employees not covered by prevailing wage (managers, supervisors, and admin employees) when there are increases for prevailing wage employees?
    Answer:   Answer being researched.
Question Number  23:   In reviewing the “Minimum Qualifications”, provided in Section 1-5, all proposers are to submit the resume and affidavit for our proposed Project Manager and alternate, such as an Assistant Project Manager or Operations Manager. In Section 1-7, on page 9, you are requesting resumes for all Supervisory positions. I would assume the Department of Aviation, for the City & County of Denver, would want to protect the wealth of knowledge and experience of all operations management and supervisory personnel that the incumbent contractors employees possess today. With that said, although we understand the need for the resume and affidavit from the project manager and his/her alternate, we feel that requesting resumes for all supervisory positions provides an unjust advantage to the incumbent contractor and to require this information from all other proposers related to the work and facilities detailed in RFP #201732928 will result in the replacement of those individuals, since those individuals are currently employees of the incumbent contractor and not accessible to provide resumes and affidavits. With that said, will the Department of Aviation, remove the requirement to obtain resumes and affidavits for all Supervisory positions?
    Answer:   Answer being researched.
Question Number  24:   Can the Department of Aviation provide facility diagrams, along with floor covering and square footage information for all facility locations outlined in RFP #201732928 which will enable all proposers similarly situated, to accurately complete the Staffing Plan matrix contained in these RFP’s?
    Answer:   Please see the square footage document for this information. Maps and floorplans will only be available to the awarded proposer.
Question Number  25:   Since the hotel facility was not included and viewed during the walk through, can you provide a clear definition of the areas and fixtures within the hotel that are to be serviced under RFP #201732980?
    Answer:   Only public areas are to be maintained through the course of this contract. This includes the level 5 outdoor plaza, west elevator bank, the level 1 outdoor train platform, and the level 1 public restrooms.
Question Number  26:   Due to the short amount of time that we will have to review and appropriately address within our proposal, the Department of Aviation response to all proposer questions and then finalize and ship our offering to meet the April 26, 2017 submittal deadline, will the Department of Aviation provide a reasonable extension to the proposal due date?
    Answer:   The proposal due is now May 12, 2017 at 2:00 PM Local Time.
Question Number  27:   If I am not on the list of the Mandatory preproposal conference invitees, can my firm still submit a proposal for this RFP?
    Answer:   All proposers must have atteneded the Mandatory Pre-Proposal conference and signed in on the sign-in sheet in order to submit a proposal for this opportunity.
Question Number  28:   Can you please forward the meeting minutes from the March 28 meeting?
    Answer:   There are no meeting minutes for the March 28th meeting. You may locate the PowerPoint presentation that was shown at the Mandatory Pre-Proposal meeting under the "Incidnetal Docs".
Question Number  29:   When and how will you communicate which company has been awarded the contract?
    Answer:   The awardee will be posted on the flydenver.com procurment webpage when the active soliciation is completed.
Question Number  30:   Can you please confirm that this contract will not require the winning company to repair any electrical components or handle any plumbing or other non-cleaning tasks? The contract solely encompasses cleaning and polishing Denver International Airport?
    Answer:   This is correct. This contract will not require employees to repair electrical components, plumbing, or any other non-cleaning tasks.
Question Number  31:   Does the scope of work include dusting lights and parts of the buildings that cannot be reached without ladders or similar specialized equipment?
    Answer:   This contract will require high dusting. As stated in section 2.2.2, “Cleaning areas higher than 8’ and under 20’ will require a high platform. DEN has 4 scissor-lifts that are available to the Contractor for these areas. Scissor-lifts are not government provided equipment exclusively dedicated to the Contractor.”
Question Number  32:   With the cleaning at the restrooms, how often is deep cleaning of grout and tile required?
    Answer:   This requirement is listed in section 8.6 of the Scope of Work. This is a monthly required cleaning; however, as stated in section 8.1, meeting the minimum frequencies does not excuse the Contractor from complying with the performance measures. The Contractor may be required to increase frequencies in order to meet passenger demand.
Question Number  33:   "Within the documents, I found “Minimum Staffing- 397 total employees • Including custodial, administrative, and operations personnel”. Does this requirement pertain to all three contract numbers referenced below, or is there a different requirement if a company is awarded fewer than all three contract parts? #201732928 – MAIN TERMINAL, CONCOURSES AND SNOW REMOVAL: #201732980 – AIRSIDE EMPLOYEE PARKING LOT & MAINTENANCE CENTER #201732982 –OUTLAYING AREAS "
    Answer:   This requirement is for the Main Terminal and Concourses contract (201732928) only. If a Contractor is awarded more than one contract, all employees shall be exclusive to each contract. For example, if a Contractor is awarded both the Man Terminal and Concourses and the Outlying buildings contract, an employee may not work for both contracts.
Question Number  34:   If there is a change in the prevailing wage when the contract is in effect, will there be a corresponding adjustment in the contract price?
    Answer:   This contract is to be a fixed-firm rate. Proposers are instructed to use historical prevailing wage information to estimate prevailing wage increases into the fixed rate.
Question Number  35:   During the Bid conference there was conversation regarding the format for submission of the bids. Could you restate exactly how the bids are required to be submitted? One binder with copies on one jump drive or is it six individual drives?
    Answer:   Proposals must be submitted in the following manner: One (1) 3-ring binder and six (6) USB flash drives.
Question Number  36:   We are not sure what staff members you are asking for in this section, is it on site management or is this for both on site and off site management?
    Answer:   This question is unclear. However, all management for the Main Terminal and Concourses contract must be on-site.
Question Number  37:   Will there be a public opening of the bids on the 26th of April?
    Answer:   No there will no be a public opening of the bids. This opportunity is a Request for Proposals and a propser has until 2:00 PM on May 12, 2017 to submit a proposal.
Question Number  38:   Should all cost be included in the bid such as health benefits or will bidders be allowed to add line item cost after the bid opening date?
    Answer:   Contractors should price their proposals as if every employee were to receive the single rate coverage. DEN will reimburse the difference between the single rate and the 2-party or family coverage rate. Adjustments to the health insurance requirement shall be made post-award. Based on the current prevailing wage schedule: The difference between the single rate and the 2-Party rate is $2.06 per hour The difference between the single rate and the Family rate is $4.02 per hour The Contractor shall submit an employee roster with the employee’s health insurance coverage levels once a year and any time a new employee is hired. DEN may audit healthcare reimbursements at any time.
Question Number  39:   The RFP states a possible March 2018 start date is that date correct? It is our understanding that the contract anniversary date is on or about September 1st of 2017.
    Answer:   This is correct.
Question Number  40:   Has there been any consideration that March is historically the month with the most snow fall in Denver. With the burden of any transition during the winter months with the probability of snow removal services based on that start date puts every new bidding company at a disadvantage with the lack familiarity of the airport grounds.
    Answer:   DEN believes the start date will provide sufficient transition time for the snow removal plan.
Question Number  41:   Will DEN provide Section 4.2 Staffing Plan and Section 12 Contract Pricing in an excel format so we can fill it in on a standard form?
    Answer:   Answer being researched.
Question Number  42:   Will DEN provide Section 9 in an editable format so we can fill it in on a standard form?
    Answer:   Answer being researched.
Question Number  43:   Section 4.2 Staffing Plan, is it to be filled out with Hours or FTE’s, that is, do you want; 1 fte 1st shift, 1 fte 2nd shift, etc. for 2 fte’s Daily? Or 8 hours 1st shift, 8 hours 2nd shift for 16 Daily Hours?
    Answer:   This staffing plan is to be completed according to how each proposer sees fit. The current vendor uses a calculation showing how much time each custodian will spend on that area. For example, if a custodian uses half of their time on each shift cleaning the specific area it would be listed at .5.
Question Number  44:   Given the size, scope and response requirements, will DEN please consider that the due date be extended at least 10 business days after receipt of answered questions are posted so bidders can incorporate response items properly into our proposals?
    Answer:   Date proposal are due is May 12, 2017 at 2:00 PM Local Time.
Question Number  45:   Confirming all cleaning equipment (except for lifts), carts and vehicles to provide the services in the scope of work are to be provided by the Contractor and built into our fixed pricing, correct?
    Answer:   This is correct.
Question Number  46:   Confirming all chemicals and floor care products required to provide the services in the scope of work are to be provided by the Contractor and built into our fixed pricing, correct?
    Answer:   This is correct.
Question Number  47:   Page 127 of 110, 2.2 Supplies and Equipment Provided by DEN, if additional items above the list of 9 items (11 items on page 7 of 84 in the scope of work) needed such as urinal deodorant screens or liners for small/medium trash cans are needed, will DEN provide them? Or do we need to build into our fixed cost pricing
    Answer:   The Contractor will be responsible for the additional items.
Question Number  48:   Does DEN have a copy of the current SEIU Agreement that can be provided?
    Answer:   Proposers will have to reach out to SEIU to obtain this agreement.
Question Number  49:   Does DEN have a staffing seniority list that can be provided?
    Answer:   DEN does not have a staffing seniority list.
Question Number  50:   Does this contract include the cleaning of and pulling of small agent trash cans at the Gate Podiums or is that the responsibility of the Airlines?
    Answer:   This is each airline’s responsibility.
Question Number  51:   The airlines are responsible for their private leasehold offices and ramp areas and are not included in the cleaning contract, correct?
    Answer:   This is correct.
Question Number  52:   The Contractor is responsible to buy the estimated 50 radios and related equipment and include this in our fixed pricing?
    Answer:   This is correct.
Question Number  53:   Page 204-205 of 210 Snow Removal, Confirming that the fixed monthly pricing is for 7, 613 monthly hours plus the cost of our equipment and materials?
    Answer:   This is incorrect. Please see above question for the explanation on the daily staffing requirements. There is no 7,613 monthly requirement for snow hours. Snow hours are not predetermined and depend on weather conditions. For the option 2 pricing, we require each proposer to provide a fixed-fee for snow removal services, this amount will not change depending on snow accumulation.
Question Number  54:   If there are airline waste cans on the inside of the jet-ways, are they the responsibility under this contract or the airline’s cleaning contracts?
    Answer:   These cans are the airlines’ responsibility.
Question Number  55:   Starting on Page 200 of 210, Section 12 Contract Pricing form, for the ‘Staffing Plan Adjustment’ lines, are we to put in a single Bill Rate such as $25.00 per hour or a monthly rate? If a monthly rate, how are we to calculate the hours that are to be adjusted? Also, are we to include the ‘Staffing Plan Adjustment’ Rate in the ‘Sub-Total’ Line?
    Answer:   We are asking for each proposer to determine what type of adjustment they want to include in their proposals. For example, a proposer may suggest a deduction per staff member reduced from the roster as a result of the decreasing service area or the proposer may suggest a rate per square foot reduced.
Question Number  56:   Starting on Page 200 of 210, Section 12 Contract Pricing form, we do not see a Combined Total Pricing Line for the Entire Proposal?
    Answer:   Answer being researched.
Question Number  57:   If there are any Airport Fees or Area or State Taxes, are they to be included in the proposal or is DEN tax exempt?
    Answer:   Answer being researched.
Question Number  58:   1.7B FORMAT - In the 40-page limitation, it is referenced that the “City required forms” are not included in the page limitation. Please confirm that all the forms these forms in Attachment 2 are not included in the 40 page limit.
    Answer:   Any required RFP forms do no contribute to the 40 page limit.
Question Number  59:   1.7C PROPOSAL NARRATIVE CONTENTS - Is Attachment 6 Mandatory RFP Questions included in the 40-page limit?
    Answer:   No, all attachement are exempt from the 40-page limit.
Question Number  60:   1.7.C Separate Envelope for Pricing - “Pricing shall be submitted for each copy (total of seven (7)) …” Please clarify whether we should provide 7 hard copies of the pricing or one hard copy, and include pricing, as a separate file, in the 6 USB flash drives?
    Answer:   Please only include one (1) copy of your pricing
Question Number  61:   1-19 AIRPORT ID BADGE REQUIREMENTS - What is the current cost for badging? How long are the badges valid?
    Answer:   Total cost for badging: Employee badging is $10 per badge. Fingerprinting/background checks are $40 per employee. Currently, recurrent background checks are required every two years for each badgeholder. This recurrent background is $40 also. Badges with access to Secured and Sterile Areas are valid for up to one year, and valid for up to two years for Public Area badges.
Question Number  62:   Are required manuals in Attachment 6 exempt from the 40 page limit, i.e. policy and operating procedure manual, performance evaluation plan, operation and staffing plan, safety assurance plan, snow removal plan, and employee training programs, etc.?
    Answer:   Answer being researched.
Question Number  63:   We would City and County of Denver Department of Aviation consider removing the following items from the 40 page limit, green cleaning program, staffing plan, reporting samples, tools and equipment. For example, in Attachment 5, 4.2 Staffing Plan, is this exempt from the limit?
    Answer:   Answer being researched.
Question Number  64:   Is there a required bond form for the bid bond or may our surety use their own form?
    Answer:   Answer being researched.
Question Number  65:   Performance and Payment Bond Form - we acknowledge the sample contract you provided in the RFP, the bond can be renewed yearly. On the Performance and Payment Bond Form does not state this language. We like to respectfully ask if that language can be added to the form as it’s a requirement of our surety.
    Answer:   Answer being researched.
Question Number  66:   Can an extension of the Proposals Due Date be considered?
    Answer:   An addendum has be issued extending the proposal due date to May 12th, 2017.
Question Number  67:   Per Section 4.5, Minimum Pay for Contractor Positions Not Covered by Prevailing Wages, do you have a mandate on how many of each position is required or staffing?
    Answer:   There is no mandate on how many of each position is required; however, there is a requirement that there be at least one individual per position. These positions are included in the 397 staffing minimum.
Question Number  68:   Is it required to be a signatory to the current Collective Bargaining Agreement?
    Answer:   Prevailing Wage does not enforce collective bargaining agreements. Questions about the existing CBA should be directed to the representative union.
Question Number  69:   Who makes the determination whether the work is performed properly? What is the process for initiating any potential penalties? How is the response time calculated?
    Answer:   The Airport Operations O&M Contract Administration group is responsible for overseeing the compliance of this contract. Penalties will be reduced from the Contractor’s monthly invoices. Response time is calculated through the Maintenance Control Center.
Question Number  70:   Are the CCTs allowed to directly request work from contractor’s employees or supervisors? Are they authorized to direct or control work by directly interfacing with contractor’s employees?
    Answer:   CCTs and CCS’s will directly contact the shift manager/foreman and will not make direct requests of employees.
Question Number  71:   If the contractor is purchasing feminine hygiene products, and providing the labor to stock the machines (which is not accounted for in the RFP) why does the revenue generated need to be accounted for to DEN?
    Answer:   Revenue will be kept by the Contractor, but for auditing purposes we need to keep track of the revenue the Contractor makes.
Question Number  72:   Are Toilet paper rollers/spindles provided by DEN as well as batteries for restroom fixtures such as paper towel dispensers
    Answer:   These items will be provided by DEN.
Question Number  73:   Section 2.14.3 requires that each piece of equipment (except small tools) be replaced every three (3) years. Please define “small tools?” Does this include trash carts, bucket/wringer combo’s etc?
    Answer:   Page 68 out of 84 of the revised Scope of Work lists the “small tools.”
Question Number  74:   Section 3.5 – Waste Disposal – does the contractor empty Sharps containers? How many of them are there? Does the City provide them? Who is responsible for assuring proper disposal of Biohazardous waste? What is the average amount of this material generated, and what is the average cost of removal?
    Answer:   Does the contractor empty Sharps containers? Yes, the contractor empties the sharps containers. How many of them are there? There is a container in each public restroom as well as select employee restrooms. Does the City provide them? DEN will provide sharps containers. Who is responsible for assuring proper disposal of Biohazardous waste? The contractor is responsible for the disposal. What is the average amount of this material generated, and what is the average cost of removal? Each proposer will need to determine the cost of removal. DEN generates approximately 3 40-gallon containers a month.
Question Number  75:   There is no place included to list the amount of custodial personnel allotted to the Hotel Plaza and Transit Center, but these areas are listed under “Frequencies” in the Scope of Work.
    Answer:   This will be added in an addendum.
Question Number  76:   Section 7.19.2 of the “Scope of Work” mandates the use of Lithofin SCS and DCC. These products are no longer manufactured and are discontinued. Can we recommend one?
    Answer:   Yes, proposers will recommend a product.
Question Number  77:   The “Scope of Work” mandates in several instances that chairs are to be moved. However, it was noted during the walkthrough that many of these chairs have electrical components. Will DEN indemnify the contractor against damages if these fixtures are required to be moved? Are the seats with power allowed to be unplugged and moved during cleaning?
    Answer:   DEN cannot indemnify the Contractor for this. The seats with power are to be unplugged and moved during cleaning.
Question Number  78:   Will DEN be providing disposal for the Biohazard clean up?
    Answer:   No, the contractor is responsible for biohazard cleanup and disposal of waste.
Question Number  79:   The bonnet method of cleaning is specified in the contract, is that the approved method?
    Answer:   Proposers are advised to follow DEN’s carpet manufacturer’s recommendations.
Question Number  80:   Does the Cube Van need to be 4 wheel drive?
    Answer:   The cube van does not need to be all wheel drive.
Question Number  81:   Will DEN allow seasonal fulltime employees during snow season to maintain staffing numbers?
    Answer:   There are not to be seasonal or temporary employees employed under this contract.
Question Number  82:   Will DEN allow temp service employees during snow?
    Answer:   There are not to be seasonal or temporary employees employed under this contract.
Question Number  83:   Is there a specification on the snow uniforms?
    Answer:   All uniforms must be approved by the CCS before use
Question Number  84:   Would an SUV or Crossover be acceptable as a substitute for a 5 passenger van?
    Answer:   This will not be considered.
Question Number  85:   Is the interior window cleaning on the trains part of this RFP?
    Answer:   Yes, this will be a requirement in this contract.
Question Number  86:   Is any part of the train shop included in the train cleaning?
    Answer:   No, the train shop will be maintained by the train maintenance contractor.
Question Number  87:   Who is responsible for the cost of damage or broken keys?
    Answer:   The Keyholder will be responsible. The cost will be the responsibility of the keyholder.
Question Number  88:   7.3 Carpet cleaning You are requesting all carpet be pile lifted and hand vac before cleaning. You have not listed pile lifters as a required piece of equipment.
    Answer:   This will be added into the Scope of Work and released as an addenda to the RFP.
Question Number  89:   Equipment; Tennant 6200 is listed; do you mean a Tennant 6100?
    Answer:   This will be corrected and released in the addenda
Question Number  90:   What is the Cost of badging and finger printing?
    Answer:   Employee badging is $10 per badge. Fingerprinting/background checks are $40 per background check.
Question Number  91:   Industrial dryer listed is only a heavy duty home type dryer; can you please specify electrical requirements?
    Answer:   240/60/3
Question Number  92:   In Section 4.2.1, Staffing Plans, that we fill in by shift: These areas are missing. Please advise on how to handle these per your instructions? 4.2.1 Level 6 East Ticket Restrooms- Missing Unisex Restroom Level 6 West Ticket Men RRs (2) – Missing 1 Men’s RR this area; there are total of 3 Level 6 West Ticket Woman RRs (2) - Missing 1 Women RR this area; has 3 total plus a nursing room Level 6 West-Conference Room, Pressroom, Ground Trans., Commerce Hub, and other city offices (2)- Missing: 1. Parking Permit Sales office, 2. Auditors Office, 3. Ambassadors volunteer program office, 4. DPD office 5. Snow Office (Door 616) Level 6 East- Environmental offices, Police offices, Chapel, & other city offices (3) - Missing: 1.Terminal Operations office, 2.Customer experience office(2), 3.Parking admin offices (2), 4.Training & Exercise office 5. Airport Safety office, 6.Art Office Level 5 East Baggage (including all Public areas/entrances) - Missing: 1.Operations office (baggage 4), 2.Parsons Conference room Level 5 West Baggage (including all Public areas/Entrances) – Missing: 1. Lost & Found, 2. Lost and found storage & Breakroom area (Baggage 19) Next Page Level 5 Great Hall (includes Center atrium, N. & S. Security, Corridors around) – Missing: Art Gallery, Workforce office, Mod 3 East Construction office. Train Levels (east & west) Including Arrival Platforms & Center Departure Platform- Missing: 1.East Emergency Stairs (2) 2. West Emergency Stairs (2) Next Page Level 3 East & West Restrooms (8) & Locker room/Restrooms (2) - 1. Missing: 9th RR (IW-U2) 2.There is 2 locker rooms in the DPD bike offices Level 1 East –City Offices- Missing: 1. Men RR (TE-M29) (1) 2. Woman RR (TE-W31) 3.This area has 21 office Spaces inside, 4 conference rooms and 1 breakroom. *Missing - Level 1 West 110/112- Xerox Hallway West Parking Deck Elevators (2) and Lobbies (Level 1-5) – missing 1 elevator there is 3 elevators *Missing East Parking Deck Elevators (3) and Lobbies (Level 1-5) A.O.B. Offices, Conference rooms, Break Rooms, Elevators, Hallways, Lobbies- Missing: North/South stairs from level 6 to 10th floor A.O.B. Woman’s Restrooms –note there is (6) Woman’s RR’s. Including DPD A.O.B. Men’s Restrooms –note there is (6) Woman’s RR’s. Including DPD City Offices, Hallways, Restrooms Fitness Center- level 4 of “AOB”-note there are 17 City Offices, 1 conference room, and Center plant isn’t listed (office area, Breakroom, Elevator, Emergency Stairs, a Hallway, 1Mens RR & 1 Woman’s RR), *Missing- Plaza & Train Platform- MRR, WRR, Family RR, level 1 & 5 East & West Elevator Lobbies, Baggage Drop, Escalators (3), Event Clean up. Next Page Ground Transportation Lot -Missing Outlying Trailers- 1.SOUTH CAMPUS TRAILERS (11 TRAILERS) 1x per week (2 trailers are 2x per week) 2.CDL TRAILER & COMFORT STATION 1x per week 3.ELECTRICAL TRAILER 3x per week 4. OPERATIONS TRAILERS (2) 2x per week 5.PENA SNOW TRAILER & COMFORT STATION 2x per week 6. North Snow Trailer 1x per week Comfort Stations (2) “as needed”- The 2 Comfort stations are located at the Pena Snow Trailer & the CDL Lot both of these are scheduled 1 to 2x per week and “not as needed” Snow Trailer (2) “as needed”- 1.There are 3 snow trailers not two 2. All 3 snow trailers are on a schedule 1-2x per week
    Answer:   Answer being researched.
Question Number  93:   What Healthcare requirements and benefits must be paid to supervisors and management employees.?
    Answer:   There is no requirement. However, the wages listed in section 4.5.1 do not include fringe benefits including vacation, health coverage, shift differential, or overtime for snow removal.
Question Number  94:   Will all employees in these contracts be covered under the Union Agreement?
    Answer:   Yes, under SEIU Local 105
Question Number  95:   In the answer to question #5, you stated that required RFP forms do not contribute to the 40 page limit. Can you please clarify which of the items outlined in the Proposal narrative (Page 7 Part C) will be counted towards the 40 page limit?
    Answer:   Answer being researched.
Question Number  96:   The RFP requests pricing for public and non-public restrooms. Can you please provide a list of all restrooms and provide a fixture count for each restroom?
    Answer:   Please see square footage document for this information.
Question Number  97:   Will the City allow the use of Temporary Staffing employees for the performance of Snow Removal?
    Answer:   There are not to be seasonal or temporary employees employed under this contract.
Question Number  98:   Is there a set number of managers and supervisors when meeting the 400 employee minimum staffing requirement?
    Answer:   Answer being researched.