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  • Project: New York City Police Memorial

    Expansion General Contractor

    Services Request for Proposals

    (the “RFP”)

    Date: November 18, 2019

    RE: Addendum #2

    # of Pages: 36

    The following responses (the “Responses”) are provided to questions the Battery Park City

    Authority (“BPCA”) has received in writing regarding this RFP. The Responses are provided in

    bold, italicized print immediately following the questions.

    1. Are the Hex Pavers set in Asphalt? The asphalt pavers are set on a bituminous asphalt bed with adhesive.

    2. Please provide quantity/allowance for hex paver replacement. The limit of work is provided in the Construction Documents. It is the Proposer’s

    responsibility to calculate the number of pavers associated with the impacted area.

    3. Please provide quantity/allowance for granite cobble stone replacement. In formulating their Proposals, Proposers should assume repair of fifty (50) cobbles in the

    Memorial pool.

    4. Please indicate whether temporary water and electric will be provided. Temporary water and electric service are available within the Project Site.

    5. Please confirm what we are to do with the stones to be removed. Are we salvaging the units, demolishing the units?

    The selected Proposer is responsible for salvaging the dismantled/demolished granite

    remnants of the Memorial’s western wall and providing these salvaged materials to

    BPCA. As stated in Section II of the RFP’s Exhibit A Scope of Work, Proposers should

    assume that they will be responsible for crushing or pulverizing the salvaged materials

    and transferring them by truck to, and offloaded at, a to-be-specified destination within

    five (5) miles of the Project Site. The selected Proposer is responsible for the removal

    from the Project Site and lawful disposition of any and all additional construction waste

    and debris.

    6. Are we responsible for trucking the removed stone units? Please confirm where, As stated in Section II of the RFP’s Exhibit A Scope of Work, Proposers should assume

    that they will be responsible for crushing or pulverizing the salvaged materials from the

    Memorial’s western wall and transferring them by truck to, and offloaded at, a to-be-

    specified destination within five (5) miles of the Project Site. Apart from the remnants of

  • the western wall, the selected Proposer is responsible for the removal from the Project Site

    and lawful disposition of any and all additional construction waste and debris.

    7. Please provide specification for the trench drain. The trench drain is custom stainless steel fabrication as per the RFP’s Construction

    Documents, attached to the RFP as Exhibit G.

    8. Please confirm if the soil will be testing by others prior to removal for contamination. The soil will be tested by others prior to removal.

    9. Please confirm the scope for irrigation. Is it just be removed and capped off? The selected Proposer will be responsible for removing irrigation components within the

    Project Site. BPCA will cut and cap the irrigation system at a termination point outside of

    the Project Site to be determined by BPCA in advance of the commencement of the Project.

    10. Please confirm working hours? 7 AM start? The selected Proposer will be allowed to start work at the Project Site starting at 7 a.m. and

    may work until 7 p.m. without additional permitting.

    11. How much of the site surrounding will we be allowed to close off to pedestrians? We assume barriers with fencing will be utilized.

    The selected Proposer will be able to close off the area illustrated in the map/diagram,

    attached hereto as Addendum 2, Exhibit A. Clearance of at least twelve (12) feet in width

    must be maintained for vehicle access from Liberty Street to the North Cove Marina.

    Proposers are requested to provide a proposed construction site layout with their

    Proposals.

    12. Will bathrooms be provided? Bathrooms will not be provided. There are public restrooms in the vicinity of the Project

    Site. The selected Proposer may also provide portable toilets within the Project Site as

    deemed necessary. In that event, the selected Proposer will be responsible for regularly and

    adequately maintaining the portable toilets.

    13. Will an office/changing area be provided? Space will be made available for the selected Proposer’s temporary placement of a trailer

    at Monsignor Kowsky Plaza which is immediately adjacent to the Project Site, as

    illustrated in the attached Addendum 2, Exhibit A.

    14. Can you please confirm the inscription process?

    The Memorial’s original inscriptions were performed off-site using bead blasting.

  • 15. I am looking for the document with all the names, was that provided?

    A spreadsheet of names of deceased New York Police Department (“NYPD”)

    officers, and dates on which they died, as provided by NYPD, is attached hereto as

    Addendum 2, Exhibit B. Please note that the electronic artwork files will be

    provided to the selected Proposer upon execution of the contract associated with

    this RFP.

    16. Can you please provide the company name who performed the original inscription?

    The Memorial’s original General Contractor was Pansini Stone Setting, Inc., and the

    original inscriptions were completed by its stone fabricator Kenneth Castellucci Stone &

    Associates, Inc.

    17. Please confirm this is performed onsite.

    The original inscriptions were performed off-site, and it is expected that the new

    inscriptions required as part of this Project will likewise be performed off-site, in a

    controlled environment.

    By signing the line below, I am acknowledging that all pages of Addendum 2 have been received

    reviewed and understood and will be incorporated into the bid price submitted. This document

    must be attached to the Proposal for consideration.

    ________________________ ________________________________________

    Print Name Signature Date

    Number of pages received: ______________

    Distributed to: All present and all prospective Proposers

  • Addendum 2

    Exhibit A

    Police Memorial Layout Map / Diagram

    [NO FURTHER TEXT ON THIS PAGE]

  • Addendum 2

    Exhibit B

    Police Memorial List of Names

    [NO FURTHER TEXT ON THIS PAGE]

  • Rank First Name Middle Name Last Name Suffix Date of Death

    Ptl. Thomas Lynch Sept 27, 1849

    Ptl. William Helms Nov 17, 1849

    Ptl. George T Gillespie Jul 10, 1851

    Sgt. Michael Foster Aug 4, 1851

    Ptl. James Cahill Sept 29, 1854

    Ptl. David Gourley Nov 6, 1854

    Ptl. Stephen Hardenbrook Apr 15, 1857

    Ptl. Thomas Sparks Jul 3, 1857

    Ptl. Eugene Anderson Jul 20, 1857

    Ptl. Horatio Sanger Nov 22, 1857

    Ptl. John Steward Dec 20, 1859

    Ptl. David H Martin Aug 6, 1861

    Ptl. Henry L Williams Oct 14, 1862

    Ptl. Peter McIntyre Aug 9, 1863

    Ptl. Edward Dippel Jul 19, 1863

    Ptl. John T Van Buren Nov 7, 1863

    Ptl. Austin Easterbrook Feb 6, 1864

    Ptl. George W Duryea May 16, 1864

    Ptl. John O'Brien Aug 25, 1864

    Ptl. Charles Curren Oct 6, 1864

    Ptl. Joseph Nulett Nov 7, 1864

    Ptl. Thomas Walker Aug 15, 1865

    Ptl. John Fuchs Jul 4, 1866

    Ptl. John Hipwell Oct 9, 1866

    Ptl. Robert S McChesney Oct 19, 1867

    Ptl. Charles Thompson Dec 1, 1867

    Ptl. Henry Corlett Jul 13, 1868

    Ptl. John Smedick Jul 23, 1868

    Ptl. John Branagan Aug 10, 1869

    Det. Phillip Lambreck Mar 14, 1872

    Ptl. John Donohue Jul 7, 1872

    Ptl. Edward L Burns Dec 1, 1873

    NYC POLICE MEMORIAL - DEATHS OF NEW YORK POLICE DEPARTMENT OFFICERS

  • Rank First Name Middle Name Last Name Suffix Date of Death

    NYC POLICE MEMORIAL - DEATHS OF NEW YORK POLICE DEPARTMENT OFFICERS

    Ptl. Thomas Evers Nov 8, 1874

    Ptl. Edward Scott Jul 6, 1876

    Sgt. James McGiven July 24, 1876

    Ptl. Patrick McKeon Dec 5, 1876

    Ptl. Asa H Furness Dec 29, 1878

    Ptl. James M Stone Apr 1, 1880

    Ptl. Thomas J Norton Dec 19, 1881

    Rndsmn. Thomas Gallagher Nov 6, 1882

    Ptl. William Heaviside Jan 18, 1883

    Rndsmn. Richard Comisky Mar 11, 1883

    Ptl. Francis Mallon May 4, 1883

    Ptl. James North Aug 21, 1885

    Rndsmn. Robert A Montgomery Jan 1, 1887

    Ptl. Patrick J Treanor Oct 31, 1887

    Ptl. James Brennan Oct 28, 1888

    Ptl. John J Clancy Sept 1, 1890

    Ptl. John J Sherman Sept 1, 1891

    Ptl. Robert B Nichol May 1, 1892

    Det. John Carey Nov 3, 1892

    Ptl. Thomas Gleason Sept 5, 1893

    Ptl. John T Delehanty Sept 25, 1895

    Drmn. Daniel Bailey Sept 5, 1896

    Ptl. Thomas R McIntyre Sept 23, 1896

    Rndsmn. Oscar Reinhardt Apr 24, 1897

    Ptl. Frederick Smith Oct 26, 1897

    Ptl. Simon P McDonnell Dec 7, 1897

    Ptl. Frederick H Lincoln Jan 18, 1898

    Ptl. August Schneider Aug 26, 1898

    Ptl. Henry F Buschman Oct 8, 1898

    Ptl. Thomas F Meagher Apr 27, 1899

    Ptl. Robert J Thorpe Aug 13, 1900

    Ptl. Charles L Horn Oct 8, 1900