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BRDG: 1981 ELKHORN CREEK BRIDGE 1981 ELKHORN CREEK BRIDGE --r co:::'AC: A:JA tD 3EP0Z_ . 1122 Choteau Avenue 1. Contract awarded by Watters Construction Co_ Helena, Montana 59601 (Agency or Prime Contractor) (Address) 2. Contract Number/Official designation 070362 / Elkhorn Creek Bridge 3. Location of work to be performed Bridge over Elkhorn creek near town of Elkhorn Bridge location in the NWa of Sec. 27. T 6 N . R 3 W. . MPM 4. Brief description of work to be rerformed Bridge 24' wide x_..19 ' in length over Elkhorn Creek (see enclosed specks) _ CONTRACTORS MONTANA PUBLIC 4 5. Date that contract was awarded September 3, 1981 CONTRACTORS LICENSE NukBtR 6. Name of Contractor awarded the contract. Class A 1229 Watters Construction 1122 Choteau. Helena Montana 596n1 (Prime Contractor or Subcontractor) (Address) $ 7. Contract amount 52,274.00 8. When construction to be completed November 30, 1981 (date was extended) _ 9. When increments of Contract amount to be paid 1_st `one 11/5/81 last one when completed 10. Percentage of increment withheld from each payment to insure satisfactory completion of job, etc. none - paid by completed stages 11. This rerort submitted by Jefferson County _ (Agency or Prime Contractor) Dated this 8th day of December , 19 81 ( "1 Ce (Authorizea Representative) T r GROSS RECEIPTS WITHHOLDIN3 REPORT To State Board of Equalization Jefferson County awarded by (Name) Box 115, Boulder, Montana 59632 (Address) -ontract number/official designation 070362/ Elkhorn Creek Bridge 2. Date contract was awarded September 3, 1981 L. Location of work to be performed Bridge over ElLborn Creek near the town Of Elkhorn. Bridge location in the NW1/4 of Sec. 27, % 6 N. , R 3 W. MPM 5. Brief description of work to be performed Bridge construction - Bridge 24' wide and 19 ' in length over Elkhonr Creek. 6. Contractor or subcontractor to whose account the 1% payment is to be credited Watters Construction Co. 1122 Choteau, Helena, Montana 59601 (Name) (Address) 7. Gross sum of increment due contractor or subcontractor at time of this report (Including any amounts withheld until completion of job.) . . . 51 ,219.00 8. Gross sum of increment due contractor or subcontractor at time of this report (Excluding any amounts withheld until completion of job). . . . 32,246.00 9. Amount transmitted to state board of equalization with this report (1% of line 8) 322.46 10. Net amount paid contractor or subcontractor at time of this report (Line 9 subtracted from line 8) 31,923.54 11. Amount transmitted to state board of equalization upon completion of job (1% of any moneys withheld until completion and approval of job) 322 46 This report submitted by criannp P MrFarl ne, C^u^t Clerk and Rec`yde", Authorized Representative) County Clerk and Recorder December 8, 1981 (Title) (Date) For Jefferson County Box 115, Boulder, Montana 59632 _ (Prime contractor) (Address) Or _ (Subcontractor) (Address) Or (Awarding Agency) PC-2 PAYMENT RE *ELI NO. 2 Feu: Watters Construction Co., Inc. TO Lowell Hanson & Company PROJECI NAME__ CONSTRUCTION OF A BRIDGE OVER (IM93N' CREEK (_OCAiION —ELKHORN, MONTANA PROD. N0. 070362 NAME OF CONTRACTOR WAITERS CONSTRUCTION CO. . SADDDjESS 1122 CHOTEAU - VA E_HE�EEIJAj MT. CHANGE ORDERS CONTRACT STATUS ��� Total Completed Uncompleted Per Cent Co. Description Amount amount Amount Amount Complete 51,279 51,279 -0- 100% - I I . -- Total range Order, _ CONTRACT TO DATE INCLUDING 100 Ciil�P:GE ORDERS 51,279 51,279 -0- J A COMPLETED TO DATE $ 51, 79.00 ma" Fr:T;1IN'Se $ _ $,1?8�00 --__ JK 'i,: f 1LS ON DEPOC I S PLUS MATERIALS ON SITE $ -0- ' --- ---------- A.IO ;TLu PEM:NAGE $ TOTAL COMPLETED TO DATE $ 51,279.00 *10% OR ADJUSTED RETAINAGE $ 5,128.00 yl- *For use only when securities are on 6 1 1.00 deposit in lies o` 1000 retainage. TOTAL AMOUNT EARNED TO DATE $ 4 5 LESS PREVIOUS PAYMENTS $ 13,905.00 AMOUNT DUE THIS PAYMENT $ 32,246.00 v LESS 1% TAX $___322-.46_" TOTAL DUE CONTRACT $ 31,923.54 '� ert:if,y tf a' this iuira i coi rest anid just in ail re oects and th C payment or Approved By: r red i t h-, . r•it been recei Vwrt { WATTERS CONSTRUCTION CO. INC. JEFFERSON COUNTY COMMISSIONERS ((;nntractor) Owner ��Q / i - Gee ge C. titters, Jr, _. LESLIE S( D BFI- ',a Nov. 23, 1981 .. PECOMMtNM 1) ii l: 5.F.E s , 1 L. C. HANSON CO. DELBERT BULLOCK (Enoi er) By - - x/41/ - -- Da tc i"- z 1 -8/ GLEN STEVENS -- Page 1 of 2 GROSS RECEIPTS 'WITHHOLDING REPORT To State Board of Equalization 1. Contract awarded by Jefferson County (Name) Box 115, Boulder, Montana 59632 (Address) 2. Contract number/official designation 070362 Elkhorn Creek Bridge 3. Date contract was awarded September 3, 1981 4. Location of work to be performed_ Bridge over Elkhorn Creek near the town of Elkhorn Bridge location in the NWz of Sec. 27, T 76North, Range 3 West. M.P.M. 5. Brief description of work to be performed Bridge 24' wide x 19 ' in length over Elkhorn Creek (see enclosed specks) 6. Contractor or subcontractor to whose account the 1% payment is to be credited Watters Construction, 1122 Choteau, Helena, Montana 59601 (Name) (Address) 7. Gross sum of increment due contractor or subcontractor at time of this report (Including any amounts withheld until completion of job.) . . . 51,279.00 8. Gross sum of increment due' contractor or subcontractor at time of this report (Excluding any amounts withheld until completion of job). . . . 13,905.00 9. Amount transmitted to state board of equalization withithis report (1% of line 8) 139.05 10. Net amount paid contractor or subcontractor at time of this report (Line 9 subtracted from line 8) 13,765.95 11. Amount transmitted to state board of equalization upon completion of job (1% of any moneys withheld until completion and approval of job) 139.05 This report submitted by Joanne P. McFarlane, County Clerk and Recorder (Authorized Representative) Clerk & Recorder, JeffersonCounty November 9, 1981 (Title) (Date) For Watters Construction 1122 Choteau, Helena, Montana 59601 ZPrime contractor) (Address) Or (Subcontractor) (Address) Or Jefferson County, Box 115, Boulder, Montana 59632 (Awarding Agency) PC-2 ****** This contract was awarded with a 45 day completion, however, due to non arrival of materials & inclemment weather, an extension was granted (see inclosure) a final report will be sent upon completion. CUU TkUCT1UN 01 A BRIDGE OVER ELKHORN CREEK T • ITEMIZATION OF QUANTITIES AND COSTS E — HEM UF' �:R1FT10N QUANTITY UNIT ! WORK COST ON-fI�II. � i PRICE ' COMPLETED COMPLETED • CUMiii11 TO DATE WORK I MAINTAIN AND REMOVE L.S. $ 2,000.00 . /JOG,c' t0W e 50%%, DETOUR es, 2 STRUCTURE EXCAVATION - 230 C.Y. 5.00 1,1 50 - o -- /00Z TYPE I so 3 CONCRETE CLASS Al) 63.5 C.Y. 300.00 /4500 8,550`` .55 0 co uc 4 REINFORCING, S1EtL I 5910 LBS. 0.70 2, 802— /, 379`~ 67tit 5 (WEDGE BEAMS & DECK L.S. 10,000.00 -O - /U 000 D ti, COMPLETE • 6 GALVANIZED STEEL BRIDGE 38 L.F. 50.00 0 /j 9CD U Z RAIL Ek' c�' 7 APPROACH GUARD RAIL 200 I. . E. 30.00 O 4000 u Z 8 UNCLASSIFIED EXCAVATION 850 C.Y. 2.00 0 1700 0 7 I 9 UNCLASSIFIED BORROW 100 C.Y. 8.00 0 SW U U rf i i 10 RANDOM RIPPAP - CLASS II f 200 C.Y. 12.00 0 2,4 oo 0Z 11 PIT RUN GRAVEL - 2" MINUS 140 C. Y. 15.00 -0 -- , , /OO Goo ---- ------ _ .rho _ 34 Big 34 Pfge2of2 iC x , . PA'iMLY1 i'. ;UE':1 NO._.—_ 1 II ++ rr • IRu;'i 4Ar'rErs (Ins' 6. TO , �vw€ct. 1 44456&? t__s : • MAO MAO NAME __._CONSTRUCTION OF A BRIDGE OVER ELNORN CREjK .l. <t ., LOCATION___ELKHORN, _MUNTANA PROJ. NO. 070362 NAME OF CONTRACTOR WATTERS CONST' r, I ,;,: r 'RESS 11 1 1 y LENAt MT. _ CHANGE ORDERS 4 CONTRACT STATUS 596� __.y A' r Total Completed Uncompleted Per Cent --_. Nu. Description Amount Amount Amount ' Amount — Complete _- ,, .57,2N 15459 .__,3„Z En 3p F� ii ; • t , M ♦..r u , Total Change Orders CONTRACT TO DATE INCLUDING CHANGE ORDERS .S "e279 IS 160 333 £21 3o IOTA!. f+ETf,INAGE $ _ COMPLETED TO DATE $—_.1,5_i'' ._ SECirf.; ; ITS ON DEPOSIT $ PLUS MATERIALS ON SITE $__,_: O__ ____ ADJUS1LO kLIAII4AGE $ _— TOTAL COMPLETED TO DATE $ J5; *SO_ *For use unl when securities are on *I0% OR ADJUSTED RETAINAGE $_ /�_$-'f_i _, &, posit in Tice of 1 )4 retainage. TOTAL AMOUNT EARNED TO DATE $._ ?x�°5 LESS PREVIOUS PAYMENTS $ ^ _ O_.. AMOUNT DUE, THIS PAYMENT $ / 9.CSd?dl % LESS p1 TAX $-- -13Y., LS,' fOTALiDUE CONTRACT $,13,76(4 t! u.:rtify that this claim is correct and k, just in all respects and that payment or ' ., Approved By: reed it has not been received. ' WAITERS CUr151RUCTION Co. INC. I JEFFERSON COUNTY COMMISSIONERS ;, crentr „ tor} Owner , . 000 , 1ESLIE S F ;,•a, c / a0 Jf9/. . • / / �4Gj¢t 4 ,' RLCC?4tic`Ii1CU DY: f� L. C.�ANN$ON CO. AELBERT BULLOC EEn9i erg - MIS 7 .,f _ PILL 1 I0,,jaI Your hill newt hr itemized on this form. 101 Refund-Tax Roll • Bu sure to show date nr dates of purehasas. 102 Refund-Other Claim No Flako Separate claims for Hems to he paid from dillbcont Funds. _ FUND EXPENSE T 201 Co. Commissioners. . . . Warrant No. JEFFERSON COUNTY, DR. 202 Clerk & Recorder - 203 Treasurer Name TO Miscellaneous Tax Division, Dept. of Revenue 205 State Examiner 207 Surveyor Address DATE or DATES 208 District Court of Purchases or ADDRESS Mitchell Bldg. 205 Roberts AMOUNT 209 Sheriff For Services Rendered Helena, MT 59620 $ Filed 210 Attorney 211 Justice Courts I have carefully examined 1% Tax - Watters Construction Payment Request NO. 1 139 05 212 Coroner the within account and refer Construction of a Bridge over Elkhorn 213 County Building the same to the Board of 213; Co. Building GrdsCounty Commissioners. Creek - Project No. 070362 214 Elections 2141 Air Port Approved for $ . 215 Care of Insane 216 Board of Health Disapproved $ 218 Highway 219 Bridges 221 Shop County Clerk & Recorder 224 Office Expenses Allowed on General rued -- S 225 General Relief 226 Medical & HospitalAllowed on Road Fund s 228 Co. Physician • 233 Burial & AmbulanceAllowed on Poor Fund Allowed on Bridge rued 235 Care of Prisoners. . . . 236 Superintendent Allowed on Fund $ 238 Fair 240 Public Administrator . . .I 241 Solid Waste 24t-- Industrial Accidentl,t, ,;r.,,, „ 243 Unemployment Comp _ _ _. The undersigned says: That Amount of Bill 139 05 244 Gopher 245 Predatory Animal . ---__ . _he is Federal Tax 246 Weed Control (Company or Corporation) ' e State Tax 246`, Noxious Weed For value received I h "by the claimant mentioned herein 247 Burial of Soldiers. . . assign my right, title and and states the above amount Social Security 249 Co. Exten. Office. . . . interest in this claim, Retirement 250 County Agent amountinx to is correct, just, and due. - Insurance - 253 Planning Board $ Amount Disapproved 254 Social Security-CP 255 Retirement-CP SIGN HERE Amount Approved _ - 256 Health Insurance-CPto 257 Misr 258 Civil Defense of ALL BILLS MUST BE FILED ON OR BEFORE THE 26TH OF EACH MONTH, OR PAYMENT 260 Insurance MAY BE DEFERRED UNTIL THE FOLLOWING MONTH. THESE BLANKS WILL BE 263 Junk Vehicle Signed FURNISIII:D BY THE COUNTY AUDITOR. 499 Mosquito Control :+,:.. . I ', II r l ., i.,o. 'r., CiAlu!'io PI .'uv r inv•r,nrao, n_.. ii o i i ,. OUTLAY.... t,:: , ..... .. 5,;i E '5E P T E M a a g 1 ,1Q91 B I D TABULA T I O N PAGE 1 OF 4 rep: QQ\b6E OvER E.LKHORI3 C O N T R A C T O R S CREEK i. E.P- Z tSL t-koz. J , WATTERS C3JST. Co. 1-100ALIA 4tflL.%Loos, PRAIA P. rELpwAU CLYL}U W.,tUL. G ELM RAL. COIXRE?E Ie.1C. H01J1-A1JA ENGINEER'S \\ttCµUTEAkk h•OE.. 350 WIU<iUSoU I 1302) 31:4. WEST 14tLL 7302-5.401.1-• ST. W. 030x. SZ3(o ESTIMATE HELErJA MT 54(oot P•o•¢ox484 1 GeEAT cALLS,NT (31LuU6s,t-4T s9ioz 141550 iAflr sgeoc, HELE,JA, MT 59 oo I 55940¢ ITEM DESCRIPTION UNIT QUANTITY UNIT TOTAL ITEM UNIT TOTAL ITEM UNIT TOTAL ITEM UNIT TOTAL ITEM UNIT TOTAL ITEM UNIT TOTAL ITEM N0. COST COST COST COST COST COST COST COST COST COST COST COST Hh tkrch tU ArW Rotov cciov Q L.S. L.S. L.5. $ Zoo0.fl0 L•5. 4,2000.00 L.s. 4 5404.30 L.5 41 3410.00 L• 5. A3000.00 L.S. l 2500.00 5T2ucfl.t,RE Z ExcAvAT1OU G 1. Zb:3 L•Y. 12.00 $ 21(.00.00 5.00 1150.00 x.1839 $ 6182.31 4500 $ 10,350.00 30.00 3 100100.00 (p.00 $ 1516.00 "vile CO3CiLETE, C.Y. (03.5 C.Y 300.00 411°1,050.00 110.00 1+ 1°050.00 91.3398 $ 18 500.08 341.00 $ZZ,034,50 100.00 110 510.00 281.00 1'I,0143.50 0-ASS AD 4 5TLGL La". 5`1101-q6. 0.00 $ 41110.00 0.10 S 4114.00 .0$11 - 5210.11 0.(00 $ 5582.00 1.35 A 8059.50 0.519 3 3343.20 $Q10C�E MANS 5 * 1•EnK CoRPLETE L5. L.5. L.S. 15,200.00 L.S. •$ 101000.00 L.S. 10,045.02 L.5. II\Io00.00 L.S. A 11,000.00 L.S. # 12,4149.00 6ALV/1/4‘517-E G STEEL 132%bb6E L.G. 38L.r. 50.00 3 190000 50.00 1900.00 4151 % 19o1.28 cq.00 1102.00 40.00 1520.00 4b.00 41148.00 RA1L. APPROACH 6\AAQfl ea.u- L. r. ZOO L.V. 35.00 4i X000.00 30.00 0 (0 coo.0C 52.03(,8 # ,0,401.30 13.30 4 4 tocomo 23.50 4.100.00 31.00 44 ZOO.CO PREPARED FOR: 3-CPFERS01/4.3 (ALkLfl'q BOARD Or COt.UJTY CUHH\SStouev , L O W E L L C H A N S O N C O M P A N Y Er &PTCt-ttC2 t, tavot B I D TAB ULATI ON PAGE Z OF 4 FOR: gRto(3E ovae. ELKB0 .L) CONTRACTORS GREEK tJEA2 ELK Noe.u, warm CoUST. CO. i NCxrtAUA Menu_ &CZ,s Fa2Ptuk P. FELN-04.1 co.,Tuc. GCUCRAL CoLiCeet'E n c. MOUTnruA. ENGINEER'S ttzz CNvrE.Au AVE. 350 LJ1LK1►l.5OA3 4o$ SF.14. Box 52.310 ESTIMATE RELEUA,Htr 501lo0t P.o. GO 484q ,Rt 31101 M1SSOlu.At,1;r59$0b F%ELEUA,MT 5q Oi 59404 ITEM UNIT TOTAL ITEM UNIT TOTAL ITEM UNIT TOTAL ITEM UNIT TOTAL TOTAL ITEM UNIT TOTAL ITEM N0. DESCRIPTION UNIT QUANTITY COST COST COST COST COST COST COST COST COST COST COST UUCL Assm tt=° u £* .AthoenoU C•Y. $50 Y. 5.00 1 4250.00 240 it 1100.00 Ibl(•35 X13,823.98 •• 7,550.00 5.80 $ 4830.00 uo-tcLAASStF(co 30itRaw C.Y. IooC..y. 1.50 A 150.00 $.00 3 e00.00 II 1139.4-5 550 550.00 6.00 41 600.00 1.50 1 150.00 QAu00M 12,%0ZAP 10 cross s C.-Y. Loo c.v. 12.50 11 2500.00 12.00 4 2400.00 1'1.5104(0 351192 •• t • •• IS•00 Z1o00.00 erc tzu•, GBMEL 11 C.Y. 140 Cy. 11.00 4 0060.00 15.00 2100.00 28.(itY) , 4001. 33 14.00 19(00.00 10.00 A 14100.00 11.00 4 1540.00 HI taus 1c�tAu c3%t 61,i3bb.00 451,219.00 83,490.00 • • +► •# 55,821.10 1 P!kEPARED FOR: 3-EX-FE Ra$3%-1 CeWSt-y C30RR0 OF (IiLLisry CDRNtg$1OU£25 LOW E L L C HANSON COMPANY B I D T A B U L A T I O N jE•SEPTEMCSE2 1,1;2)1 / PAGE 25 OF 4 / FOR: SR1pC. 0v€1Z CONT RACT0RS CtE.0 c 1JE NZ. ELK *L) -D EEYCRS GEUERM., Caw, 14011T welt ENGINEER'S P•O.Box 3599 ESTIMATE Bl1TTE,MT SglOZ, ITEM DESCRIPTION UNIT QUANTITY UNIT TOTAL ITEM UNIT TOTAL ITEM UNIT TOTAL ITEM UNIT TOTAL ITEM UNIT TOTAL ITEM UNIT TOTAL ITEM N0. COST COST COST COST COST COST COST COST COST COST COST COST ssa 14A1w1TA•0.) /kU0 1000.00 QEMOU E DE'Zotl� L• L•$• L-5. •112000.00 L•5• 5•tQUCSU -E Exchvec-nou CS- 2.3oc.Y 12.00 4 2fao•o0 IZ.00 t1co0.00 TYPE 1 3 CpoC(2E<E (�3.5 C.Y. 3 00.00 4 111,050.00 3Z5.00 110,031.50 C••LASS AD C•Y• Re-iwvoR.cniC> at L- o.2,0 y 4 t tla,pp I-50 I ' 11DL00 STEEL Leh 59.70/..e6 (1.QtWtE 3e s 15,200.00 L•5. Io,000.00 5 , OEC.K CL7rtcL L•S• L. 5• L.5• G ptiV ih%) E-fl l`100.W 3$.00 (O ST EEL. DQ1oc�E Lc, 5% L.F. so to 3 1 444.00 ikkm- u.ApJ3 R.A 35.o0 'tOCO.00 v.00 5200.00 • L.F. Zoo�.F• vuACZo a.rk1� PREPARED FOR: SEr-FE25o■ c.0u.lSA-Q Bo+4�D Or CJU.1J'ni CDMMISSIO1. .Q3 L0W E L L C HANS0N COMPANY tE SEPTc+-�c a % 344,1 B I D T A D U L A T I O N PAGE `}" OF 4- FOR: Ciktocc . OUxt EL44OQ‘3 CONTRACTORS r- CREC.K wcAR EucKOea. eEyERS GEoe ttus'. _ 1-torsrAiaA ENGINEER'S PA. %K 3589 ESTIMATE w—,µi- 54-tot ITEM DESCRIPTION UNIT QUANTITY UNIT TOTAL ITEM UNIT TOTAL ITEM UNIT TOTAL ITEM UNIT TOTAL ITEM UNIT TOTAL ITEM UNIT TOTAL ITEM NO. COST COST COST COST COST COST COST COST COST COST COST COST VIUC�.rc56AF.6fl CS. C.Y.50 C. p 8 ExcauArou 5.00 34250.00 2.30 55 14 .00 9 Uuc� s s hslt, o C.y loo C.Y. 41 150.00 t.SO 1 250.00 Boe.ct A►a Dot RIPQAP 10 C.V 10O C.Y. 12.50 i 2500.00 12.00 4 2400.00 Ca-Ass IL Pry ktt►J GRAVEL cy 140 G-`f. 12..0 IIob0.00 5.7-5 1135.00 1l 2," 14 11JUS TcTAt t 10 (o1,Qblo.00 54 142.50 I PREPARED FOR: SE.Prt.RsO■ Couiil'y %OAR D or COUa..sIN CoV.1-ttsstONcek25 L O W E L L C H A N S O N C O M P A N Y .1-1 ticA,,,jN1 ipNLI: Your bill must be itemized on this form, 101 Refund-iax Roll Pc suer, to shah dotP or dates of purchases. 102 Refund-Other Claim No. M•ltr s<.parate Claimn for items to be paid I r•0111 di1 rnr<,,,I funds. FUND EXPENSE 201 Co, Commissioners. . . . Warrant No. JEFFERSON COUNTY, DR. 202 Clerk & Recorder 203 Treasurer Name TO Miscellaneous Tax Division, Dept. of Revenue 205 State Examiner 207 Surveyor Address DATE or DATES 208 District Court of Purchases or ADDRESS Mitchell Bldg. 205 Roberts AMOUNT 209 Sheriff For Services Rendered Helena, MT 59620 . - . Filed 210 Attorney $ - J% Tax - Watters Construction Payment Request N0.1 139 05 211 Justice Courts I have carefully examined Y q 212 Coroner the within account and refer Construction of a Bridge over Elkhorn 213 County Building the same to the Board of 213+ Co. Building GrdsCounty Commissioners. Creek - Project No. 070362 214 Elections 2141/2 Air Port Approved for $ 215 Care of Insane 216 Board of Health Disapproved $ 218 Highway 219 Bridges _. 221 Shop County Clerk & Recorder 224 Office Expenses Allowed on General fund -- S 225 General Relief 226 Medical & Hospitalallowed on Road Fund s.. . 228 Co. Physician t 233 Burial & AmbulanceAllowed on Pnor Fund s Allowed on Hridge fund 5 235 Care of Prisoners. . . . 236 Superintendent Allowed on Fund S 238 Fair i 240 Public Administrator . . .I ua re_ 241 Solid Waste 242' Industrial Accidentq,,,;,., ,,, 243 Unemployment Comp The undersigned says : That Amount of Bill 139 05 244 Gopher 245 Predatory Animal _ he is Federal Tax 246 Weed Control (Company or Corporation) ' State Tax 246', Noxious Weed For value received I hereby the claimant mentioned herein 247 Burial of Soldiers. . . assign my right, title and and states the above amount Social Security 249 Co. Exten. Office. . . . interest in this claim, is correct, just, and due. Retirement 250 County Agent amounting to Insurance 253 Planning Board $ Amount Disapproved 254 Social Security-CP pproved 255 Retirement-CP SIGN HERE Amount A to Approved _ 256 Health Insurance-CP. . ^-- 257 Misc • 258 Civil Defense of ALL BILLS MUST BE FILED ON OR BEFORE TILE 26TH OF EACH MONTH, OR PAYMENT 260 Insurance MAY BE DETERRED UNTIL TILE FOLLOWING MONTH, THESE BLANKS LILL BL 263 Junk Vehicle Signed FURNISHED BY THE COUNTY AUDITOR, 499 Mosquito Control :1 2 ' 1 Pf' I n Inc 9`n f(l1IK1'rV r't t uc i nt rnn„rn r _.. , . .1 , , .. OUTLAY_.. 1.T; , Y.LY __Hl \ 4.61L/ 101 Refund-Tax Roll flJ"`u��laim No. . s)�,.-�,� ! Your bill must 6 , grin lace on lids form. 102 Refund-Other B iii,. to sbtc Fonds.or dal us of pure hasr�. EXPENSE Warrant No . X1:1 M �s( ara L, cia inie For Arras In be paid FUND I n J11Ibu ut Curds 201 Co. Commissioners. . . • JEFFERSON COUNTY, DR. 202 Clerk & Recorder --- �� �.� Name.......- �`- n'ii< - 203 SurveuExaminer. . . . . . . Address_��. .72...... . .... ��(P,+w TO Watters Construction 207 Surveyor 208 District Court For. I// 1122 C. _. •_. 209 Sheriffy $I� 7Carefull /, AtIOUNT i :..1DPESS. . . . . Fled - , c Helena ,. 4T 59601 210 Attorne y examined .31,923 54 211 Justice Courts the within account and refer 212 Coroner the same to the Board of Oct. 1981 SEE ATTACHED PAYMENT REQUEST N0. 2 213 County Building Construction of a bridge over Elkhorn Creek 214 Electionding GrdsApproved for s$Hers . Pro ect No. 070362 214 Air Port _ 215 Care of Insane Dis'approved $216 Board of Health 218 Highway nr i / 7 1C eti(..,,n,LI 219 Bridges County Clerk & Recorder 221. .. Shop / Cl / .L , -e`Q ,. 2 224 Office Expenses Allowed on General Fund -- $ �^ 225 General Relief Allowed on Road Fund s 226 tAedical & Hospital . . . $ 228 Co. Physician Allowed on Poor Funa 233 Burial & Ambulance. . . allowed on Bridge Fund $ J1 235 Care of Prisoners. . . . A11 w„a on Funa 236 Superintendent 238 Fair oat” 240 Public Administrator 241 Solid Waste �� j ��: cl2.t�, z IS _ 242 Industrial Accident �� -,7/ 7 ' t 0-- 243 Unemployment Comp. . . . y' 31 923 54 244 Gopher //IV ° r ' ` ——• The undersigned says: That Amount of Bill '. 245 Predatory Animal • Federal Tax 246 Weed Control For value received I hereby he is 246!, Noxious Weed assign my right , title and (Company or Corporation) State Tax 247 Burial of Soldiersinterest in this claim, So ial Security 249 Co. Exten. Officeamounting to the claimant mentioned herein 250 County Agent and states the above amount I Retirement . . . . is correct , just , and due. 253 Planning Board $ 1 /� / ` y Insurance P54 Social Security-CP. . . 1 • �1 f Amount Disapproved 255 Pet irement-CP to • 2// yY /l cd/ J�1Q / rc 256 Health Insurance-CP. . SIGN HIRE- Amount Approved _miss. 257 Civil of 258 Civil Defense 260 Insurance Signed Ali, Bi1,LS MAST BE FILED ON OR BEFORE THE 26TH OF EACH MONTH, OR PAYMENT 260 Insurance Vehicle 499 Mosquito Control Witness MAY BE DEFERRED UNTIL THE OLLOWING MONTH. THESE BLANKS WILI, BE OUTLAY FURNISHED BY THE COUNTY AUDITOR. 3� ya 3.,5� , - „ 9 nrrIINTY CLERK R RFEnRDF.R Rnv I 1 H Rnn1 Onn Mnntnnn I I i■LLI,I,i,i ..I,In,., - .. 101 Refund-lax Roll Q w' i� S ` �f 102 Refund-Other Claim No. EXPENSE ' I i FUND Warrant No. �� U JEFFERSON COUNTY 1L DR. 202 Cl Cowl ecorders. . . . Lei 202 Clerk & Recorder _ 203 Treasurer TO Miscellaneous Tax Division, Dept. of Revenue Name /01'hre / _Da_< 205 State Examiner sr,�y rc'>-..<,�w 207 Surveyor Address: a ax_4 ,&d 2.X25.. DATE or DATES 208 District Court >d��• -, v ADDRESS Mitchell Bldg. 205 Roberts Gx-7 of Purchases or AMOUNT 209 Sheriff For. . a_Cetri c.,,,,G+zu.[c .,,cr—fr°�,�.., Services Rendered Helena, MT 59620 2 $_2,2 ,. (,,,..Filed /l-..29-e/ ✓ 210 Attorney 1% Tax Watters Construction Payment Request No. 2 $ 322 46 211 Justice Courts I have carefully examined 212 Coroner the within account and refer Construction of a Bridge over Elkhorn 213 County Building the same to the Board of 213; Co. Building GrdsCounty Commissioners. Creek - Project No. 070362 214 Elections C2o2 ,/6 214= Air Port Approved for $..� 7 215 Care of Insane 216 Board of Health Disa roved $ 218 Highway y 219 Bridges ' • H'e`y �' 7 2 7G � 221 Shop 4 ounty Clerk & Recorder 1 i 224 Office Expenses (±elhE , 00 ixn.cf� sy 225 General Relief Allowed on General Fund -- $ 226 Medical & HospitalAllowed an Road Fund $.... 22B Co. Physician 233 Burial & AmbulanceAllowed on Poor Fund $.... .. .- . .owed on Bridge Fund $ 235 Care of Prisoners. . . . :-.. JA 1lG 236 Superintendent Allowed on Fund 238 Fair 240 Public Administratornate — 241 Solid Waste 242 Industrial Accident ` L x'•er CL r,,,,,, The undersigned says : That 243 Unemployment Comp. . . . 46?? Y' Amount of Bill $ 322 46 244 Gopher ,' 245 Predatory Animal j" �% "` � he is Federal Tax 246 Weed Control (Company or Corporation) 246!., Noxious Weer' For value received I :hereby State Tax the claimant mentioned herein 247 Burial of Soldirs. . . assi n r:v . - , t, tine art . l- Sceiat 5r,eurit; _ 24i C. . ii.ter., Gff`--e. . . . interest and states the ,ove amount ;0 Co r.0 en _ ., 1<etiremcnt i .. ar:ruct_ng tc is correct , just. and due. $ Insurance 25'. Planning Loarc / / 0 254 Social Security-CP ` / Aulount Disapproved I` 2Y., Retirement-CP _SIGN IIERP Amount Approved _ 5)o7e( �� Jc6 Health Insurance-CPto l._ 257 Misr 258 Civil Defense of AEC, BILL:; "UST BE FILED ON OR BEFORE THE 20TH OF EACH MONTH, OR PAYMENT 260 Insurance . MAY BE DEFERRED UNTIL THE FOLLOWING MONTH, THESE BLINKS WILL BE ?63 Junk Vehicle Signed FURNISHED BY THE COUNTY AUDITOR. 499 Mosquito Control Ni -. Il I'I , i•.r; 'rn COI NW i'LIiRK R. I;F'('(1RI1P.R 1?,w Ili uniIn n '.t,.,,i <, OUTIAY Witness KEY ACCOUNT AMOUNT 101 Refund-Tax Roll ,•um Lill wuel Igo iirwin:d au thT, lurui. • e. „ ,h•" a�L d i,,. I h , L ,, 102 Refund-Other tiI., ., li„pulr cid i ., L ■r iLVIrs lu In: !Add EXPENSE FUND �*T rry �*�T �r y 201 Co. Commissioners. . . . r+ �a sir®iV �r® tli3V Lj, �iVl.• 202 Clerk & Recorder = 203 Treasurer Na 205 State Examiner TO Watters Construction 207 Surveyor Ad DATE or DATES 1122 Choteau 208 District Court oV Purchases or ADDRESS AMOUNT 209 Sheriff Fo Services Rendered Helena , MT 59601 210 Attorney • 211 Justice Courts Oct. 1981 SEE ATTACHED PAYMENT REQUEST NO. 1 - 13,765 95 212 Coroner • th Construction of a bridge over Elkhorn Creek 213 County Building th 213 Co. Building Grds. Co Project No. 070362 214 Elections • ` _ 214 Air Port Ap t 215 Care of Insane - 216 Board of Health Di 218 Highway 219 Bridges . 221 Shop • 224 Office Expenses All • 225 General Relief • 226 Medical & HospitalAll 228 Co. Physician 233 Burial & AmbulanceAll 235 Care of Prisoners All 236 Superintendent Ail 238 Fair • 240 Public AdministratorDal — 241 Solid Waste 242 Industrial Accident 243 Unemployment Comp. • The undersign says : That Amount of Bill 13,765 95 244 Gopher he is v( 4 Federal Tax _ 246 Weed Control (Company or Corporation) 245 Predatory Animal State Tax 2461/2 Noxious Weed the claimant mentioned herein 247 Burial of Soldiers. . . as: • • and states the above amount Social Security 249 Co. Exten. Office. . . . in is correct , just, and due. Retirement 250 County Agent am Insurance _ 253 Planning Board .... : mount Disapproved 254 Social Security-CP. . . ( 255 Retirement-CP SIGN HERE . _.�.//�..GI _ _� • Amount Approved) -- 756 Health Insurance-CP. . to 257 Misc 258 Civil Defense of Ail, HILTS MUST BE FILED ON OR BEFORE THE 26TH OF EACH MONTH, OR PAYMENT 260 Insurance MAY HE DEFERRED UNTIL THE FOLLOWING MONTH. THESE BLANKS 1.171, HI 263 Junk Vehicle Si: KEY ACCOUNT AMOUNT 101 Refund-Tax Roll Y:.IIl L[ ii must at irpnlau uc t1nji tarn` 102 Refund-Other Claim No. R. : Lilt to �ho�, date or de Los of pu ruhasu7. '. M.Li -a p aratu claims for items to by paid EXPENSE ii<,h, .iur(went Funds. FUND Warrant No. 201 Co. Commissioners. . . . 1 JEFFERSON COUNTY, DR. 202 Clerk & Recorder 203 Treasurer Name TO Watters Construction 205 State Examiner 207 Surveyor Address llAPu, or DATES ADDRESS 1122 Choteau AMOUNT 209 District Court of Purchases or For Services Rendered Helena, MT 59601 " ' $ Filed 210 Attorney I Oct. 1981 SEE ATTACHED PAYMENT REQUEST NO. 1 - 211 Justice Courts i have carefully examined Q 13,765 95 212 Coroner the within account and refer Construction of a bridge over Elkhorn Creek 213 County Building th0 same to the Board of 213; Co. Building GrdsCo�nty Commissioners. Project No. 070362 214 Elections • 2141 Air Port Approved for $ 1 215 Care of Insane 216 Board of Health Disapproved $ 218 Highway 219 Bridges 221 Shop County Clerk & Recorder 224 Office Expenses Allowed on General Fund -- $.. . 225 General Relief 226 Medical & HospitalAllowed on Road Fund $ 228 Co. Physician 233 Burial & AmbulanceAllowed on Poor Fund $ Allowed on Bridge Fund --- $ 235 Care of Prisoners. . . . 236 Superintendent Allowed on Fund $ 238 Fair 240 Public Administratoruate . 241 Solid Waste 242 Industrial Accidentchairman 243 Unemployment Comp The undersign says: That Amount of Bill 13,765 95 244 Gopher ! 245 Predatory Animal he is ale Federal Tax 246 Weed Control For value received I hereby (Company or Corporation) State Tax ! 246; Noxious Weed y the claimant mentioned herein 247 Burial of Soldiers. . . assign my right, title and and states the above amount Social Security 249 Co. Exten. Office. . . . interest in this claim, is correct, just, and due. Retirement 250 County Agent amounting to Insurance 253 Planning Board $ 254 Social Security-CP G �/J/,� mount Disapproved 255 Retirement-CP SIGN HERE / .4:!(!!. 256 Health Insurance-CPto Amount Approved _ 257 Misc 258 Civil Defense of Ali, BILLS MUST BE FILED ON OR BEFORE THE 26TH OF EACH MONTH, OR PAYMENT 260 Insurance NAY BE DEFERRED UNTIL THE FOLLOWING MONTH. THESE BLANKS WILL BE 263 Junk Vehicle • Signed FURNISHED BY THE COUNTY AUDITOR. 499 Mosquito Control JEFFERSON COUNTY CLERK RECORDER �� JOANNE P. McFARLANE s l uoxnl�er, Montana 59632 CCAARLAclerkandRecorder +"i �'Y. COMMISSIONERS: „fits' Leslie J.Sodorff,Chairman, Clancy Delbert M. Bullock,Basin '`rg 1� Glen A. Stevens, Whitehall SEPTEMBER 2, 1981 BEYER' S GENERAL CONSTRUCTION BUTTE, MONTANA 59701 DEAR SIR : THE BOARD OF COUNTY COMMISSIONERS OPENED 6 BIDS FOR CONSTRUCTION OF THE ELKHORN CREEK BRIDGE AT 2 : 00 PM IN THE OFFICE OF THE COMMISSIONERS . AFTER REVIEW OF THE BIDS WATTERS CONSTRUCTION OF HELENA WAS AWARDED THE BID FOR A PRICE OF $51, 279 . 00 THANK YOU FOR SUBMITTING YOUR BID. YOURS TRULY; LfSLIE d. SODORFF,// CHAIRMAN BOARD OF COUNTY COMMISSIONERS LJS /JJ JEFFERSON COUNTY x CLERK RECORDER �� �i 7 JOANNE P McFARLANE -�. Ladder, Montana 59632 County Clerk and Recorder 4o( a CARLA MATLACK {} r' rrrrrrlr Deputy sn 4., j vp. COMMISSIONERS: �� x � � r` b. Leslie J. Sodorlf,Chairman, Clancy .. .cg t Delbert M. Bullock,Basin f g S" Glen A. Stevens,Whitehall }-I`"" ,-;. SEPTEMBER 2, 1981 WATTERS CONSTRUCTION 1122 CHOTEAU HELENA, MONTANA 59601 DEAR SIR: THE BOARD OF COUNTY COMMISSIONERS OPENED 6 BIDS FOR CONSTRUCTION OF THE ELKHORN CREEK BRIDGE AT 2 : 00 PM IN THE OFFICE OF THE COMMISSIONERS . AFTER REVIEW OF THE BIDS WATTERS CONSTRUCTION OF HELENA WAS AWARDED THE BID FOR A PRICE OF $51, 279 . 00 . THANK YOU FOR SUBMITTING YOUR BID. YOURS TRULY; -- ./-) C<L/. /C -te-s2 _1 SLIE J< SODORFF, CHAIRMAN BOARD OF COUNTY COMMISSIONERS LJS/JJ JEFFERSON COUNTY CLERK RECORDER JOANNE P. McFARLANE ;` o '; Boulder, Montana 59632 Count Clerk and Recorder order ff liar - rr lcre tilij Deputy S, •Fn COMMISSIONERS: si �SF?? Leslie J. Sodorft,Chairman,Clancy T '" „{� ' Delbert M.Bullock, Basin . y, Glen A. Stevens,Whitehall c a J k SEPTEMBER 2, 1981 MONTANA METAL BUILDING 350 WILKINSON HELENA, MONTANA 59601 DEAR SIR; THE BOARD OF COUNTY COMMISSIONERS OPENED 6 BIDS FOR CONSTRUCTION OF THE ELKHORN CREEK BRIDGE AT 2 :00 PM IN THE OFFICE OF THE COMMISSIONERS . AFTER REVIEW OF THE BIDS WATTERS CONSTRUCTION OF HELENA WAS AWARDED THE BID FOR A PRICE OF $51, 279 . 00 . THANK YOU FOR SUBMITTING YOUR BID. YOURS TRULY; --- j -LESLIE 'fl . SODORFF, CHAIRMAN BOARD OF COUNTY COMMISSIONERS LJS/JJ A JEFFERSON COUNTY ' CLEW.* RECORDER JOANNE P. McFARLANE 'lig -' ?-* It oealder, Montana 59632 County Clerk and Recorder• t ''i1,�aa�. . ata,' KAis Deputy Sit �,t - ' . .*+ COMMISSIONERS: g,,Si�i'i/T .t" ,• Leslie J.Sodorft,Chairman,Clancy +:'� �,1? c�,� `j'd�J Delbert M. Bullock, Basin .. � i ..,�! `, Glen A. Stevens,Whitehall ty 1�i �? x SEPTEMBER 2, 1981 FRANK P. FELDMAN 1308 3 WEST HILL DRIVE GREAT FALLS, MONTANA 59401 DEAR MR . FELDMAN: THE BOARD OF COMMISSIONERS OPENED 6 BIDS FOR CONSTRUCTION OF THE ELKHORN CREEK BRIDGE AT 2 : 00 PM IN THE OFFICE OF THE COMMISSIONERS . AFTER REVIEW OF THE BIDS WATTERS CONSTRUCTION OF HELENA WAS AWARDED THE BID FOR A PRICE OF $51, 279 . 00 . THANK YOU FOR SUBMITTING YOUR BID. YOURS TRULY; -LESLIE 'c . SODORFF, HAIRMAN BOARD OF COUNTY COMMISSIONERS LJS/JJ 4 JEFFERSON COUNTY f ., CLE I'' K RECORDER JOANNE P. McFARLANE .. a' County Clerk and Recorder r a iuo>dder Montana 59632 y r a 7:. O WIr I CARLA MATLACK 1s irrnlc y. Deputy 4 r� l �P 0 1 .0 . COMMISSIONERS: 1 at R Leslie J.Sodorff,Chairman,Clancy Delbert M. Bullock,Basin } , Glen A. Stevens,Whitehall,, 1.4.‘jkl t..1.• j '.a 4L.0 rE .►t � J" ` - SEPTEMBER 2, 1981 FLYNN CO. INC . LAUREL ROAD 8 SHILOH ROAD BILLINGS, MONTANA 59102 DEAR SIR: THE BOARD OF COUNTY COMMISSIONERS OPENED 6 BIDS FOR CONSTRUCTION OF THE ELKHORN CREEK BRIDGE AT 2 : 00 PM IN THE OFFICE OF THE COMMISSIONERS . AFTER REVIEW OF THE BIDS WATTERS CONSTRUCTION OF HELENA WAS AWARDED THE BID FOR A PRICE OF $51, 279 . 00 THANK YOU FOR SUBMITTING YOUR BID. YOURS TRULY; LESLIE J .' SODORFF, CH OMAN BOARD OF COUNTY COMMISSIONERS LJS/JJ JEFFERSON COUNTY ;.° CI�ER IL RECORDER JOANNE P. McFARLANE : g Boulder, Montana 59632 County Clerk and Recorder CARLA MATLACK t-4.``",a re re y^.rjy _ Deputy {a r�t_ i 4 COMMISSIONERS: Leslie J. Sodor[I,Chairman, Clancy s + II • ii, Delbert M. Bullock,Basin F fi ip r rs«3�,�Ntei Glen A. Stevens, Whitehall 'Ski c r , . "-`- - :t ' tf. SEPTEMBER 2, 1981 GENERAL CONCRETE BOX 5236 MISSOULA, MONTANA 59801 DEAR SIR: THE BOARD OF COUNTY COMMISSIONERS OPENED 6 BIDS FOR CONSTRUCTION OF THE ELKHORN CREEK BRIDGE AT 2 : 00 PM IN THE OFFICE OF THE COMMISSIONERS . AFTER REVIEW OF THE BIDS WATTERS CONSTRUCTION OF HELENA WAS AWARDED THE BID FOR A PRICE OF $ 51, 279 . 00 THANK YOU FOR SUBMITTING YOUR BID. YOURS TRULY; — i i XESLIE J . SODORFF, 'CHAIRMAN BOARD OF COUNTY COMMISSIONERS LJS/JJ DATE 5EPTEMREZI ,Igg1 B I D TABULAT I ON • PAGE I OF FOR: 6Rt0GE nvER ELK -1/40R CONTRACTORS CREEK NEAR CL■cttoto WAITERS aVST. Co. NOUtAUA Herat_%Luz. rRAUK P. CELDHMJ CLVoL Co. Twtc. GEUEeAL comm.-'E lit t"ioWrix"�'°` ENGINEER'S 1121 CFWTaAO, AVE. 3so Wluausot 130e, 3' %OEST lULL Z30LS.tit ST. W. ROX 5131, ESTIMATE HELEUO.,M 59 toot P-0.13.0)4484c\ GeEAT FAu...,4-r QlLLIU65,t-cr 5910L Mt5SotuA,HT 598040 IiCt-E1.tA, HT 591o01 59404- ITEM DESCRIPTION UNIT QUANTITY UNIT TOTAL ITEM UNIT TOTAL ITEM UNIT TOTAL ITEM UNIT TOTAL ITEM UNIT TOTAL ITEM UNIT TOTAL ITEM NO. COST COST COST COST COST COST COST COST COST COST COST COST HktutsctU A itr Rcmoge. cETov. L.S. L.S. L.S. * 1000•00 L.5. .4 2000.00 L.S. 4 5904.,0 L.S.. 4 344o.00 L.•5. 4 3000.00 Ls. # Z5o0.00 STQAJc n*.Re Z 6cLAVATt01J GY. t oc.Y 11.00 211,0.00 5.00 it 1150.00 36.1034 it el81.31 4500 10,350.00 3000 410900.00 4:490 a; 1516.00 'tYPE 1 3 coASSeA C.`/. 103.5 0.y, 300.00 41 19,050.00 '3W.00 W 14,050.00 L91.3398 �! I8 500.08 M1.00 S tz,o34.50 21,0.00 110,510.00 281.00 3 :1,943.S0 REtwtcoectt..3c. 4 TCet 1-136. 5970LQ5, 0.80 411(0.00 0.10 S 4114.00 .se,“ 5Zb0.11 0•t00 5581.00 1.35 31 6059.50 0.5lo S 3343.ZO SRtV€E. BEAMS 5 4. MCC. Co►&PLECE L.S. L.S. L.5. 315,200.00 L.S. 10,000.00 L.s. 10,045.81 L•5. S It. •O0 L.S. I 11,000.00 L.S. IZ,949.00 GALV At,)t-tat] Co STEEL 1312.ttSGE L.P, Si 3L.47 50.00 3 1900.00 50.00 4 l t00.Oo 41.5& 3 1001.28 L9.00 II02...00 40.00 it 1520.00 4.00 41148.00 A1L.. 1 & IAAR IN RAIL- L.r too L.V. 35.00 41 1000.00 1 30.00 it (0000.00 5z.03 g £ 10,401.310 25.00 * 4(000.00 23.50 4100.00 31.00 M IO ZOO.CO PREPARED FOR: SER=E, soc cows„ BOaRO Or COU,u-ry CAMMt55touERS LOWELL C HANSON COMPANY fE 3EPTEt-113E2 t, I q2 t B I D T A B U L A T I O N PAGE Z OF 4 FOR: 912■00E CAM.Z, ELKHOZ.W CONTRACTORS CREEK ►JEA2 ELK I O .3) WATrEDS Coocr. CO. N04rrA►jA HCI%tL Qtfy.S FQAUK P. FELANAtJ FLYULI CD.,Ttx.. GEunRAt. Couceet-C Tt.G. 1-4.0IJ17tcVa• ENGINEER'S flit cNotEAU AVE. 30 k11LKIt,faa13 1308 3G-4 wE5TI4ILL 23oz S.+0SST•U. Box 5z3to ESTIMATE HCLEwA,Ms 51t.Ot O.O. 13o 484°I GecA'r FAILS, +-Tt' 1bil,11 65,NT 51toz. Hlssouuk,I-cr59800 Hat& A,MT 5q(001 54404- ITEM DESCRIPTION UNIT QUANTITY UNIT TOTAL ITEM UNIT TOTAL ITEM UNIT TOTAL ITEM UNIT TOTAL ITEM UNIT TOTAL ITEM UNIT TOTAL ITEM NO- COST COST COST COST COST COST COST COST COST COST COST COST 8 u1JCLh5SIR ttt3 ExcAVArnou C•Y. 850 C.Y. 5.0o 3 42.50.00 zoo 41 1100.00 147.20s5 113,gz3.g425 5.50 1 4(015.00 3 C h 2550.00 580 $ 4430.00 I,&WCLO.SSIFIC0 BDRBOW Cy ►COC.Y. 1.50 $ 150.00 8.00 4 600.00 113345 1139.4-5 5.50 41 550.00 5.00 .41 500.00 1.50 1 150.00 QAUpOM R DIZAP 10 (LASS S C•Y. Loo (--Y. 12.50 it 2500.00 12.00 it 2400.00 0.5010 $ 3517.47- 13.00 it Z(o 00.00 10.00 3 2000.00 15.00 # Z(,00.00 PIT Ruu GeAIUEL 11 2' MINUS C.Y. 140 C:y 12.00 $ Ru90.00 15.00 $ 2100.00 te.utt) 1 4001.33 14.00 $ 14(00.00 10.00 4 14-00.00 11.00 41 1540.00 -renku i3te $ 01,$I0b•C0 • 51,214.00 $ 83,490.00 4 (910,493.50 1 (04,134.50 1 55,421.10 I i I PREPARED FOR: 3-art cCzsou c_Ow rl 17.4.0NR.0 OF CuuSnj On-iNtsst eue. 5 LOW ELL C HANSON COMPANY AE SEPTE!-trSEZ ■q$t B I D T A B U L A T I O N PAGE 25 OF 4' FOR: GR■OC,E (wait. Gt_Kw:," CONTRACTORS r CQEEK bJEP.2. EL_w.ttOsk D &VERS GEUERAL CouSr, 14E) M∎-)Pc ENGINEER'S P.0.3ox 358=1 ESTIMATE BUTTE,MT Sgloz. ITEM DESCRIPTION UNIT QUANTITY UNIT TOTAL ITEM UNIT TOTAL ITEM UNIT TOTAL ITEM UNIT TOTAL ITEM UNIT TOTAL ITEM UNIT TOTAL ITEM Na. COST COST COST COST COST COST COST COST COST COST COST COST nerS ` REtMCMJE DE tu.R. L.S. L.S. l•5• tIODD.00 L.-5. I 1000-00 StitV,cMRE 2. ExthvAeTtowl C.Y. 23oc.'i ►Zoo 4 woo•00 IZ.00 .t1(oo.00 TYPE 1 Cp►acRet e. 3 cLASS AD C.Y. 63.5 C.Y. 300.00 4 la 050.00 37-5.00 -4v3,(031.so REIttFORCitac, 5g7 L6 p 80 4111p,p0 1.30 `1110L00 4 STE KS EL. Lo5 aztoSE 13EA•►•1S 15,200.00 L.S. 10,000.00 5 d QECK CoetPLEVf L•7• L. 5• L.5• G M_V 01/4%5 rz-4 to STEEL_ ,Qto6E L.r. 5,2,Ls. 50.00 ii 1900.00 38.00 ii 1444.00 RAtt- gP4 ° E-A �I 1000.00 Vo•00 ii 5200.00 1 GuAQO RAt�- L.F. Zoo L.F. =j5.0O i L PREPARED FOR: t:FEesov c.outn-v BoAt.I> OC C_o v.u h/ Ob1••0MtSSttLAtQS L O W E L L C H A N S O M C O M P A N Y iE SEPTctQEt I, 142,1 B I D TAB U L A T I O fJ • PAGE 4 OF 4 FOR: 13ttoc,E DUCR_ E.LKNOR-5 C O N T R A C T O R S CREarc NEAR ELK t4oe►), 12)EVERS tAuERat.Ws. MoNw+ct ENGINEER'S P.o. Su( 3584 ESTIMATE TTE,KT 54-tot ITEM DESCRIPTION UNIT QUANTITY UNIT TOTAL ITEM UNIT TOTAL ITEM UNIT TOTAL ITEM UNIT TOTAL ITEM UNIT TOTAL ITEM UNIT TOTAL ITEM NO,. COST COST COST COST COST COST COST , COST COST COST COST COST UiJCLPcS6tVtE� Y 2150 Ly .C. 8 Ex.cAiJ4n >N 5.00 4250.00 2.30 1 14%.00 V,uct_A53it,6O c .y, too C.Y. # 150.00 Z• 0 it 250.00 eoe R ow ec bot.n RIPQl4P to C.Y. Zoo C.Y. 1t.S0 32500.o0 12.00 4 2400.00 Gass a Prr RU►J GQMIEL c.y. 140 G•`f. IZ.Oo M I(060.00 5.7-5 3 135.00 tt Z" MINUS Ton'_ cg is $ (91,'abla.00 $ 54)42.50 1 I PREPARED FOR: SE-G'FERsov. CptuSty t3oARDC CowSN Q HtstoUEks L OWE L L C HANSON COMPANY CONSTRUCTION OF A BRIDGE OVER ELKHORN CREEK ELKHORJ, MONTANA PREPARED FOR JEFFERSON COUNTY BOARD OF COUNTY COMMISSIONERS LESLIE SODORFF . DELBERT BULLOCK GLEN STEVENS PREPARED BY L, C. HANSON CO. CONSULTING ENGINEERS P. O. BOX 299 HELENA, MONTANA 59601 AUGUST 13 , 1931 SET NO . I INSTRUCTION TO BIDDERS PROJECT NO. 070362 Notice is hereby given that sealed bids for the construction of the improvement hereinafter described will be received by Jefferson County at the Office of the County Commissioners until 2:00 P.M. M.D.T. September 1, 1981 , the bids being publicly opened and read immediately thereafter. The Standard Specifications for Road and Bridge Construction of the State Highway Commission of Montana, 1981 Edition, and all supplements or addenda thereto shall be complied with in the preparation of proposal form except where it is expressly limited, enlarged, expanded or superseded by the Special Provisions contained herein. The improvement contemplated consists of the construction of a 24 foot wide X 19 foot long concrete bridge over Elkhorn Creek near Eklhorn, Montana. The attention of bidders is directed to the specifications covering subletting or assigning the contract. In the performance of this contract, the contractor will be required to pay the minimum wage rates as described fully in the Special Provisions for this project. The local Employment Service Office, designated by the State of Montana, Employ- ment Security Division, Department of Labor and Industry, for this office is Butte Each proposal must be submitted on d form and in a manila envelope and delivered to the Clerk of the County Commissioners at or before the opening time. The sealed envelope containing the bid must be plainly marked "Bid for Construction of a Bridge Over Elkhorn Creek Near Elkhorn, Montana" , and contain the name of the Contractor and the Contractor's Montana State License Number and Class. Proposal Guaranty: No proposal will be considered unless accompanied by a pro- posal guaranty, in the amount of at least ten percent (10%) of the bid, made uncon- ditionally payable to Jefferson County, which at the bidder' s option may be Cash, Cashier' s or Certified Check, Bank, Postal or Express Money Order, or Bank Draft. A Bid Bond is also acceptable (Bid Bonds must be countersigned by a Montana Resident Agent) . A corporate surety bond will be required for the faithful perfor- mance of the contract. Irregular Proposals: Proposals may be considered irregular and may be rejected for the following reasons : (a) If the proposal form furnished is not used or is altered. (b) If there are unauthorized additions, conditional or alternate bids, or irregularities of any kind which may tend to make the proposal incomplete, indefinite or ambiguous as to its meaning. (c) If the proposals for two or more projects, advertised separately, are con- nected, or made contingent one upon the other, in such manner, that the proposal for any particular project shall carry a provisional deduction in the bid price on one or more of the other project. (d) If the bidder adds any provisions reserving the right to accept or reject an award, or to enter into a contract pursuant to an award. (e) If the unit prices contained in the bid schedule are obviously unbalanced either in excess or below the reasonable cost analysis value. (f) If they fail to contain a unit price for every pay item indicated, except in the case of authorized alternate pay items. Copies of the plans, specifications and bidding documents may be obtained from the office of the Engineer upon submittal of a $ 25.00deposit for each complete set. The deposit shall be refunded to only ACTUAL BIDDERS, provided the plans are returned in good condition within ten (10) days after the bids are opened. 1 - 2 CALL FOR BIDS • Notice is hereby given that sealed bids will be received and publicly opened at 2:00 P.M. M.D.T. , on September 1 , 1981 by the Board of County Commissioners of Jefferson County in the Courthouse in Boulder , Montana for the construction of a 24 foot wide X 19 foot long bridge over Elkhorn Creek, near the town of Elkhorn. Bids must be sealed in a manila envelope and delivered to the Clerk of the County Commissioners at or before the opening time. The sealed envelope contain- ing the bid must be plainly marked "Bid for Construction of a Bridge Over Elkhorn Creek Near Elkhorn, Montana" , and contain the name of the Contractor and the Contractor's Montana State License Number and Class. A bid guarantee of ten percent (10%) of the total bid shall be submitted with each bid and shall be in the form of cash, cashier's or certified check, bank, postal or express money order, or bank draft, payable unconditionally to County, a bid bond is also acceptable and must be executed by an acceptable surety. A corporate surety bond will be required for the faithful performance of the contract in the amount of one hundred percent (100%) of the contract amount. Copies of the plans, specifications and bidding documents may be obtained from the office of the Engineer, P.O. Box 299, 3108 McHugh Drive, Helena, Montana 59624, upon submittal of a $ 25.00 deposit for each complete set. The deposit shall be refunded to only ACTUAL BIDDERS,provided the plans are returned in good condi- tion within ten (10) days after the bids are opened. Plans and specifications are also on file and may be examined at the County Clerk and Recorder's office in Boulder, Montana Contractors Association, Helena , and L. C. Hanson, Co. , Helena. The County reserves the right to reject any or all bids and to waive techni- calities as may be deemed necessary in the interest of the County. No bids will be considered except those from contractors ascertained to be experienced and responsible. Dated this 4th day of August , 1981 COUNTY, MONTANA, By /s/ Leslie J. Sodorff Chairman, Board of County Commissioners First Publication August 6, 1981 Second Publication August 13, 1981 Third Publication none NOTE: The published invitation to bidders called for a bid opening at 2:00 P.M. M.D.T. on August 17, 1981. The bid opening date has been changed as shown hereon. Plans and specifications are also on file and may be examined at the Clerk and Recorder' s office at Boulders the Montana Contractors As_slc Cation, Helena, L. C. Hanson Co. , Helena. The County reserves the right to reject any or all bids and to waive technical - ities as may be deemed necessary in the interest of the County. No bids will be con- sidered except those from contractors ascertained to be experienced and responsible. Proposals may be rejected if the evidence revealed by the questionnaire and sworn financial statement indicates that the bidder is incapable of performing the work contemplated. Proposals may be rejected if past work performed by the bidder for the County has been unsatisfactory from the standpoint of workmanship or progress, or if he has work under contract uncompleted which may, in the judgment of the County, en- danger the prompt completion of the work contemplated. Dated this 4th day of August , 1981 Board of County Commissioners Jefferson County, Montana Leslie J. Sodorff, Chairman Delbert M. Bullock Glen Stevens 2 - 2 PROPOSAL FORM Project No. 070362 Name of Project Bridge. over Elkhorn Creek near Elkhorn, Montana Name of Bidder Address of Bidder To the County Commissioners Jefferson County Boulder , Montana The undersigned, in submitting this proposal for the performance of certain work and the furnishing of certain materials, constituting improvements proposed and speci- fied in connection with Project No. 070362 known as the Bridge over Elkhorn Creek near Elkhorn, Montana , County, Montana, confirms that: (1) No other individual or firm is interested in this proposal ; (2) This proposal is submitted without collusion with any other bidder; (3) The plans, specifications, special provisions, and all other pertinent documents have been carefully examined and the meaning, intent and requirements of same are fully understood; (4) The site of the work has been carefully examined and the nature of the improve- ments and the conditions under which they shall be prosecuted are fully understood; (5) The quantities estimated are merely approximate and subject to increase or de- crease, and the undersigned shall perform the necessary work in increased or de- creased quantities in accordance with the Standard Specifications; (6) All equipment, labor and material shall be furnished and all the work necessary shall be done in the time specified and in substantial conformity with the con- tract, for the following prices, to-wit: PROPOSAL CONTRACTOR License No. Class Project No. 070362 Lump Sum or Item No. Quantity Description Unit Price Total Price (Unit Price in Words) (Figures) (Figures) ' Maintain and Remove Detour 1. Lump Sum /L.S. Lump Sum Structure Excavation - Type 1 2. 230 C.Y. /C.Y. Concrete Class AD 3. 63.5 C.Y. /C.Y. Reinforcing Steel 4. 5970 LBS. /LB. _ Bridge Beams & Deck Complete 5. Lump Sum /L.S. Lump Sum Galvanized Steel Bridge Rail 6. 38 L.F. /L.F, Approach Guard Rail 7. 200 L.F. /L,F. Unclassified Excavation 8. 850 C.Y. /C.Y. Unclassified Borrow 9. 100 C.Y. /C.Y. Random Riprap - Class II 10. 200 C.Y. /C,Y. Lump Sum or Item No. Quantity Description Unit Price Total Price (Unit Price in Words) (Figures) (Figures) Pit Run Gravel - 2" Minus 11. 140 C.Y. /C.Y. TOTAL BID (Figures) (Written Words) Note - The estimated quantities for lump sum items are for the bidders con- venience only. Bidders shall be responsible to make their own quan- tity determinations for these items and establish their lump sum bid price for each item accordingly. . The undersigned further agree(s) that: (7) A proposal guarantee shall be submitted with this proposal as a guarantee of good faith. The proposal guarantee may be cash, cashier's check or certified check, bank, postal or express money order or bank draft made unconditionally payable to or drawn in favor of Jefferson County, Montana. Bid bonds are also acceptable. The proposal guarantee shall be forfeited to Jefferson County, Montana, if the undersigned shall fail or refuse to comply with the provisions of the speci- fications referring to the execution of the contract agreement; (8) Within ten (10) days after receipt of the contract documents, the contract agree- ment shall be executed and a contract bond and guarantee shall be deposited that meet specification requirements and are equal to the full amount of the contract, if awarded the contract; (9) All extra work shall be performed in accordance with the specification; (10) The work shall begin on the effective date stated in the "Notice to Proceed" and shall complete the work within 45. calendar days Enclosed is a proposal guarantee consisting of: in the amount of at least ten percent (10%) of the bid, (Name of Bank) City State Respectfully submitted, Name of Firm or Individual (Type or Print) (CORPORATE SEAL) Business Address By Authorized Agent (Signature in Ink) Title Dated at , Montana, this day of , 19 RECEIPT OF ADDENDUM: The undersigned acknowledges receipt of the following amendments of the Proposal , Drawings, and/or Specifications. (Insert date and signature after each) Addendum Nos. Date Authorized Signature for Each No bid will be considered unless confirmation of Addendum is shown. • SPECIAL PROVISIONS PROJECT NO. 070362 The following Special Provisions are hereby made a part of this contract and shall supplement and/or supersede any Articles of the Standard Specifications for Road and Bridge Construction of the State Highway Commission of Montana, 1981 Edition, and all supplements thereto in conflict therewith. The following books are also hereby made a part of this contract, they being too voluminous to attach to the instruments: ( 1) Book entitled "Standard Specifications for Road and Bridge Construction" , 1981 Edition. (2) Loose-leaf set of drawings entitled "Standard Drawings" , 1974 Edition, which are supplemental to the Standard Specifications for Road and Bridge Construc- tion. These books are available upon request to the Contract Plans Section, Depart- ment of Highways, Helena, Montana, 59601. For the purposes of this Contract, the word Department-As used in the afore- mentioned documents shall mean the Owner or in this case, Jefferson County. 1. SAFETY STANDARDS The Contractor' s specific attention is directed to Article 07.01 of the Stand- ard Specifications. 2. (A) INSURANCE Without limiting any of the other obligations or liabilities of the Contractor, Contractor shall secure and maintain such insurance from an insurance company (or companies) authorized to write insurance in the State where the work is located as will protect himself, his subcontractors, the Owner and the Engineer, Lowell C. Hanson Co. , and their respective agents and employees from claims for bodily injury, death or property damage which may arise from operations under this contract. In addition, the Contractor shall obtian, and pay the entire premium for Owners Protective Liabil- ity Coverage to protect the Owner and Engineer for their liability arising under this contract. Such coverage shall be written under the National Bureau of Casualty Underwriters' form entitled "Manufacturers ' and Contractors' Liability Insurance Coverage Part" and "Coverage for Premises and for Operations in Progress including Operations of Independent Contractors" or an equivalent form. Contractor shall not commence work under this contract until such insurance has been obtained and certi- ficates of insurance or certified copies of the insurance policy shall have been filed with the Owner and the Engineer. Each insurance policy shall contain a clause providing that is shall not be cancelled by the carrier without providing written notification to the Owner and• Engineer of the intention to cancel . The amounts of such minimum insurance coverages being as follows : TYPE OF COVERAGE LIMITS 1. Workmen's Compensation, Occupational Disease, and Employee Benefit Acts as Statutory required by the State of Montana. 2. Public Liability (including contractual liability insurance $1,000,000 $1 ,000,000 as applicable to the contractor' s Each Person Each Occurrence obligations under Paragraph B hereof) SP - 1 TYPE OF COVERAGE (continued) LIMITS 3. Property Damage ( including coverage for damage caused by blasting, collapse or strut- $1,000,000 $1,000,000 tural injury, and/or damage to Each Accident Aggregate underground utilities) 4. Owners ' Protective (Contingent) Public Liability - (insuring the Owner & the Engineer & $1,000,000 $1,000,000 their representatives against Each Person Each Occurrence all such liability & claims by reason of the operations under this contract) 5. Owners' Protective (Contingent) Property Damage - (insuring the Owner & the Engineer and their respective representatives $1,000,000 $1 ,000,000 against all such liability and Each Accident Each Occurrence claims by reason of the opera- tions under this contract) 6' Automobile Public Liability - (covering all automobiles, trucks, tractors, trailers, motorcycles, or other auto- $1,000,000 $1 ,000,000 motive equipment whether Each Person Each Occurrence owned or rented by Contrac- tor, or owned by employees or agents of the Contractor) 7. Automobile Property Damage - (covering all automobiles , trucks, tractors, trailers, motorcycles, or other auto- $1,000,000 $1 ,000,000 mtive equipment whether Each Accident Aggregate owned or rented by Contrac- tor, or owned by employees or agents of the Contractor) By reason of the possibility of damage to underground facilities occasioned by excavation in streets or highways, and because blasting, explosion and collapse hazards exist, the certificates and policies to be submitted must include evidence of coverage for damage to underground facilities in streets or highways for blasting, explosion or collapse hazards as described above. (B) INDEMNITY The Contractor shall indemnify and save harmless the Owner, the Engineer and all of their respective agents, employees and other representatives, against and from all claims, demands, suits, actions, judgments and expenses, including attor- neys fees, of any kind or nature arising out of or resulting from or incidental to the Contractor' s performance of this contract, and the Contractor shall pay all ex- penses incidental to such claims and actions and shall assume, without expense to the Owner or Engineer or their representatives the defense of any such claims or actions. SP - 2 It is expressly understood and agreed that the fact that the Owner and the Engineer may have the right under this contract to inspect or otherwise regulate the work and operations of the Contractor shall not relieve the Contractor from any of its covenants and obligations hereunder, and the Contractor shall be responsible for and save the Owner and Engineer and their representatives harmless from all suits , actions or claims of any character brought on account of any injuries or damages sustained by any person or property in consequence of any neglect in safe- guarding the work, observing safety standards or regulations, or otherwise, through the use of unsafe or unacceptable materials in the construction or completion of the project, or the Contractor's failure to comply with any law, ordinance, or regula- tion, even though such act, omission, or work was done under the direct or indirect review of, or was inspected by, the Owner or Engineer. In any and all claims against the Owner or the Engineer or any of their agents or employees by any employee of the Contractor, any sub-contractor, anyone directly or indirectly employed by any of them or anyone for whose acts any of them may be liable, the indemnifications under this paragraph shall not be limited in any way by any limitation on the amount or type of damages, compensation or benefits payable by or for the Contractor or the sub-contractor under workmen's compensation acts, occupational disease acts, disability benefit acts, or other employee benefit acts. Nor shall the Contractor' s obligations under this Section B be in any way limited by any insurance coverage which the Contractor may have or which may inure to his benefit. (C) BUILDER'S RISK AND EXTENDED COVERAGE In addition to the above, the Contractor shall maintain fire or builder' s risk and extended coverage insurance where applicable. Such insurance shall cover items of labor and materials connected therewith, whether in or adjacent to the structure insured, materials in place, or to be used as part of the permanent construction, including surplus materials, shanties, protective fences, bridges or temporary structures, miscellaneous materials and supplies incidental to the work and such scaffolding, staging, towers, forms or equipment as are not owned or rented by the Contractor, the cost of which is included in the cost of the work. (EXCLUSIONS - This insurance shall not cover any tools owned by mechanics, any tools , equipment, scaffolding, staging, towers, and forms owned or rented by the Contractor, the Capital value of which is not included in the cost of the work, or any cook shanties , bunk houses, or other structures, erected for the use of the workmen. ) Such insur- ance shall be in the names of the Contractor, the Owner and such bank or trust company (named by the Owner, prior to execution of the contract) as Trustee for the bondholders, as their respective interest may appear. All such policies, or certi- ficates evidencing the same, shall be deposited with the aforesaid Trustee, or other- wise with the Owner, and shall be made payable to the aforesaid Trustee/Owner and the aforesaid Trustee/Owner shall have the sole right to receive the proceeds thereof, and subject to the written consent of the party or parties in interest, to adjust, collect and receipt for claims thereunder. The proceeds from all such insurance policies, which shall be payable to and collected by the said Trustee/Owner shall be available for and to the extent necessary, to be applied to the repair and re- placement of the damaged property. Any remaining proceeds shall be distributed among the parties in interest, in accordance with such an agreement, as such parties may reach. The foregoing requirements, paragraphs A, B, and C, constitute the minimum protection acceptable in respect of all Contractors and Subcontractors, and in no way limit the responsibility of the Contractor in the performance of the contract. SP - 3 • 3. FEMA (FEDERAL EMERGENCY MANAGEMENT AGENCY) PROVISIONS A. RECORD KEEPING Payrolls and basic records relating thereto will be maintained during the course of the work and preserved for a period of three (3) years after the final pay- ment is made and all other pending matters are closed. E. RECORD ACCESS The Contractor and all subcontractors shall grant for the purpose of audit and examination access to any books , documents, papers and records that pertain to Federal funds, equipment and supplies received. Such record access is granted to the Owner, Federal Emergency Management Agency, State auditors, Governor' s Authorized Representative, Comptroller General of the United States or their duly authorized representatives . C. ENERGY CONSERVATION The Contractor shall comply with all standards and policies relating to energy efficiency which are contained in the state energy conservation plan issued in compliance with the Energy Policy and Conservation Act (P.L. 94-165) . D. TERMINATION, DELAYS, AND LIQUIDATED DAMAGES 1 . Termination of Contract If the Contractor refuses or fails to prosecute the work with such diligence as will insure its completion within the time specified in these Contract Documents , or as modified as provided in these Contract Documents, the Owner, by written notice to the Contractor, may terminate the Contractor' s right to proceed with the work. Upon such termination, the Owner may take over the work and prosecute the same to completion, by contract or otherwise, and the Contractor and his sureties shall be liable to the Owner for any addi- tional cost incurred by the Owner in its completion of the work and they shall also be liable to the Owner for liquidated damages for any delay in the com- pletion of the work as provided below. If the Contractor's right to proceed is so terminated, the Owner may take possession of and utilize in completing the work such materials, tools, equipment, and plant as may be on the site of the work and necessary therefor. The Owner reserves the right to terminate the Contract at his discretion if funding limits or the requirements of the project change. If the Contract is terminated, the Owner will pay the Con- tractor an amount equal to the work completed plus a reasonable profit. 2. Liquidated Damages for Delays If the work be not completed within the time stipulated, including any ex- tensions of time for excusable delays as herein provided, the Contractor shall ny to the Owner $110 liquidated damages for each calendar day of delay, un- til the work is completed. The Contractor and his sureties shall be liable to the Owner. 3. Excusable Delays the right of the Contractor to proceed shall not be terminated nor shall the Contractor be charged with liquidated damages for delays in the completion of the work due: SP - 4 (a) To any acts of the Government, including controls or restrictions upon or requisitioning of materials, equipment, tools, or labor by reason of war, National Defense, or any other national emergency. (b) To any acts of the Owner. (c) To causes not reasonably foreseeable by the parties to this Contract at the time of the execution of the Contract which are beyond the control and without the fault or negligence of the Contractor including , but not restricted to Acts of God, fires, floods, epidemics , quarantines , restrictions, strikes , weather of unusual severity such as hurricanes , tornados, cyclones and other extreme weather conditions, freight eirbar- gos, acts of the Public Enemy, or acts of another contractor in the per- formance of some other contract with the Owner. Provided, however, that the Contractor promptly notifies the Owner within ten ( 10) days in writing of the cause of the delay. Upon receipt of such notification, the Owner shall ascertain the facts and the cause and extent of delay. If, upon the basis of the facts and the terms of this Contract, the delay is properly excusable, the Owner shall extend the time for comple- ting the work for a period of time commensurate with the period of excusable delay. E. EQUAL EMPLOYMENT OPPORTUNITY Construction contracted for the work contained herein shall meet the following requirements : The Owner shall incorporate, or cause to be incorporated into, all construction contracts the following provisions : ( 1) The Contractor will not discriminate against any employee or applicant for employment because of race, religion, sex, color, age, economic status , or national origin. The Contractor will take affirmative action to ensure that applicants are employed, and that employees are treated during employment without regard to their race, religion, sex, color, age, economic status , or national origin. Such action will include, but not be limited to the following: employment, upgrading, demotion or transfer; recruitment or re- cruitment advertising, layoff or termination; rates of pay or other forms of compensation and selection for training, including apprenticeship. The Contractor agrees to post in conspicuous places, available to employees and applicants for employment, notices to be provided by the contracting officer setting forth the provisions of this nondiscrimination clause. (2) The Contractor will , in all solicitations or advertisements for employees placed by or on behalf of the Contractor, state that all qualified appli- cants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, reli- gion, sex, color, age, economic status or national origin. ( 3) The Contractor will send to each labor union or representative or workers with which he has a collective bargaining agreement or understanding, a no- tice, to be provided by the agency contracting officer, advising the said labor union or workers representative of the Contractor' s commitments under Section 202 of Executive Order No. 11246 of September 24, 1965, and shall post copies of the notice in conspicuous places available to employees and applicants for employment. (4) The Contractor will comply with all provisions of Executive Order No. 11246 of September 24, 1965, and of the rules and regulations, and relevant orders of the Secretary of Labor. SP - 5 4 (5) The Contractor will furnish all information and reports required by Execu- tive Order 11246 of September 24, 1965, as amended, and by the rules , reg- ulations , and orders of the Secretary of Labor, or pursuant thereto, and will permit access to his books, records, and accounts by the contracting agency and the Secretary of Labor for purposes of investigation to ascer- tain compliance with such rules, regulations and orders. (6) 'In the event of the Contractor's noncompliance with the nondiscrimination clauses of this contract or with any of the rules, regulations or orders , this contract may be canceled, terminated or suspended in whole or in part and the Contractor may be declared ineligible for further Government con- tracts in accordance with procedures authorized in Executive Order 11246 of September 24, 1965, and such other sanctions may be imposed and remedies involved as provided in Executive Order No. 11246 of September 24, 1965, or by rule, regulations, or order of the Secretary or Labor, or as otherwise provided by law. (7) The Contractor will include the provisions of Paragraphs (1) through (7) in every subcontract or purchase order unless exempted by rules, regulations, or orders of the Secretary of Labor issued pursuant to Section 204 of Exe- cutive Order No: 11246 of September 24, 1965, so that such provisions shall be binding upon each subcontractor or vendor. The Contractor will take such action with respect to any subcontractor or purchase order as the contrac- ting agency may direct as a means of enforcing such provisions , including sanctions for noncompliance: Provided, however, that in the event the Con- tractor becomes involved in, or is threatened with litigation with a sub- contractor or vendor as a result of such direction by the contracting agency , the contractor may request the United States to enter into such litigation to protect the interests of the United States. F. NOTICE OF MINIMUM WAGE DETERMINATION In all contracts let for State work, all Contractors and subcontractors shall pay the standard prevailing rate of wages, including fringe benefits for health and welfare and pension contributions and travel allowance provisions in effect and applicable to the county or locality in which the work is being performed. Should the rate of wages change during the life of the contract, the contractor and/or each employer shall adjust the wages as prescribed in Title 18-2-403 Montana Codes Annotated, 1978. It shall be the responsibility of the contractor and/or employer to familiarize themselves with the code and abide by its guide- lines. G. COPELAND ANTI-KICKBACK ACT The Contractor shall comply with applicable regulations of the Secretary of La- bor, United States Department of Labor made pursuant to the so-called "Anti- Kickback Act of June 13, 1934 (48 Stat. 948; 62 Stat. 862; Title 18 U.S.C. , Sec- tion 874 and Title 40 U.S .C. Section 276c) and any amendments or modifications thereof, shall cause appropriate provisions to be inserted into subcontracts to insure compliance by all subcontractors subject thereto, and shall be responsible for the submission of affadavits required of subcontractors, except as said Secretary of Labor may specifically provide for reasonable limitations, varia- tions, tolerances, and exemptions from the requirements thereof. The regulations are herein incorporated by reference. SP - 6 4. TRAFFIC CONTROL The Contractor shall furnish all signs, barricades, lights 'and other items to insure public safety and to facilitate movement of vehicular and pedestrian traf- fic, as directed by the Engineer. It shall be the responsibility of the Contractor to furnish and maintain such traffic control and signing in strict accordance with the current Edition of the Manual on Uniform Traffic Control Devices for Streets and Highways, as published by the U.S. Government Printing Office. Cost for this work shall be considered incidental and no additional compensation shall be allowed therefore. 5. WELDING All welding shall meet the requirements of the American Welding Society Speci- fications for Welded Highway and Railway Bridges AWS D-2.0-69 as amended by AASHTO and Montana Supplemental Specifications. 6. ALTERNATE CONCRETE MEMBERS AND SUPERSTRUCTURE TYPES The concrete members detailed on Sheet 3 were selected for use in preparing bidding documents and plans. Alternate sections will be considered and proposals may be prepared utilizing other sections. The Contractor shall state on the Bid Schedule that he is proposing an alternate member and shall attach a sketch show- ing the member cross section and section properties. The successful bidder will be required to furnish complete calculations and drawings showing how alternate types of beams will be utilized to provide a system equal to that detailed on the draw- ings. Alternate sections may be prestressed sections or steel beams with a cast in place deck. This material shall be furnished to the Engineer for approval prior to award of a contract. 7. CONCRETE MEMBERS The concrete members shall be placed on the substructure and leveled trans- versely prior to welding diaphragms or filling grout keys. After filling grout keys and welding or placing diaphragms, all sharp or angu- lar protrusions shall be ground smooth. 8. CONCRETE TESTING The Contractor shall furnish concrete test cylinder molds for preparation of test samples by the Engineer. The Engineer will transport the test sample to a testing lab. The Contractor will bear the cost of the lab testing and retesting. 9. ENGINEER CONTRACTOR COOPERATION The Contractor shall notify the Engineer 36 hours before commencing any work on the project. Thereafter the Contractor will notify the Engineer 24 hours before commencing the following items of work: (1) Setting of footing forms. (2) Placing of any cast in place concrete. (3) Setting of precast elements. (4) Grouting of beams. (5) Placing approach fills and riprap. 10. MEASUREMENT AND PAYMENT AND SPECIAL REQUIREMENTS FOR ITEMS IN THE PROPOSAL The Standard Specifications for road and bridge construction shall be modified and supplemented as follows: Item No. 1 - Maintain and Remove Detour - The Contractor shall be responsible to maintain a sufficient detour to accommodate the present traffic using the existing detour and temporary bridge structure. If construction of the new bridge makes it impossible to route traffic over the existing temporary bridge, the Contractor shall reconstruct the detour and replace the temporary bridge shown on the plans with a culvert or other structure to accommodate traffic while construction of the bridge SP - 7 • progresses. The Contractor shall also perform maintenance work including grading , graveling, and snow removal if necessary to keep the detour passable during incle- ment weather. Traffic control shall also be provided for the detour in accordance with Article 4 of the Special Provisions. After the new bridge is opened to traffic the Contractor shall remove the de- tour including all temporary culverts or bridges . Materials from the present tem- porary bridge will be returned to the Owner. All other materials will be removed from the site and temporary road grades for the detour will be shaped to the staked cross section for the new approaches or obliterated to a natural contour. The lump sum bid price given in the Proposal shall be full compensation for all work specified for this item. Item No. 2 - Structure Excavation - Type 1 - Work requirements for this item and the method of measurement and payment will conform to the Standard Specifica- tions and the plans. Items No. 3 and No. 4 - Class Ad Concrete and Reinforcing Steel - Materials and installation requirements and measurement and payment for these items shall be as shown on the plans and specified in the Standard Specifications; however, con- crete and reinforcing steel required for the bridge superstructure will not be in- cluded in these items but will be included in the lump sum price for Item 5. Payment for these items will include dowels to the superstructure, expansion joint materials, galvanized anchor rods with nuts and plate washers, pipe sleeves, and any other embedded items specified or detailed for the concrete abutments . Item No. 5 - Bridge Beams and Deck Complete - This item will be paid for on a lump sum basis and will include all work and materials shown on the plans and speci- fied for the bridge superstructure except for the rail posts and bridge railing. The lump sum bid price and Payment for this item will include the following: Bridge beams and deck complete including guard angles, welding inserts and weld plates . field welding as shown on the plans or specified, elastomeric bearing pads, struc- tural steel , concrete, reinforcing steel , non-shrink grout including installation, leveling and grinding beams if required, mounting hardware for rail posts and any other materials and workmanship shown on the drawings, specified, or otherwise re- quired to complete the item. Items No. 6 and No. 7 - Bridge Railing and Approach Guard Rail - These items will be bid and paid for on a linear foot basis. Guard railing will be measured parallel to rail from terminous of rail to fill face of bridge abutments . Bridge railing will be measured parallel to railing from fill face to fill face of abutments. Payment for bridge railing will be full compensation for furnishing and instal - ling galvanized steel rail posts and galvanized railings as detailed or specified. Payment for guardrail will include furnishing and installing treated timber rail posts and galvanized steel guard rail and all other materials and workmanship re- quired to complete the installation in accordance with the plans, Montana Depart- ment of Highways Standard Drawing No. 89, and the Standard Specifications. Items No. 8 and No. 9 - Unclassified Excavation and Borrow - These items will be measured and paid for on a cubic yard basis in accordance with Section II of the Standard Specifications except as modified and supplemented herein . The Contractor shall be responsible to secure and compensate the landowner for the source of borrow, but the borrow site shall be approved and cross sectioned by SP - 8 the Engineer before borrow is removed. Payment for unclassified excavation and unclassified borrow shall include the following: Excavation, hauling, placement of approach embankments as staked or shown on the drawings including moisture control , compaction, and other work speci- fied for embankments placed around structures, clearing and grubbing if required, shaping, drainage, fine grading, and any other work specified in the Standard Speci- fications for these items. No separate payment will be made for clearing and grubbing if required, haul - ing, or watering and rolling. Item No. 10 - Random Riprap - Class II - This item will be measured and paid for in accordance with Section 50 of the Standard Specifications. Unit price and payment for riprap shall be full compensation for securing the source, and for all blasting, hauling, handling, and placing required to install the riprap in accor- dance with the Standard Specifications to the lines and grades shown on the drawings and earthwork cross sections, or to the limits as staked or directed by the Engineer. Item No. 11 - Pit Run Gravel - 2" Minus - This item shall be measured and paid for on a cubic yard basis in accordance with Article 20.08 of the Standard Specifica- tions. Payment at the unit price bid for this item shall include a contractor-fur- nished source as specified in Article 06.02(C) of the Standard Specifications and all hauling, watering, compaction, and placing as specified in Section 20. Material shall conform to the gradation requirements of Article M-100.02 (Standard Specifications) . No separate payment will be made for hauling, watering, or compaction. SP - 9 NOTICE OF AWARD „ Matters Construction Co`_ ____ 1122 Choteau_ Helena, Montana 59601 �.( Hl.(; I Ilcscrihtinn: Bridge over Elkhorn Creek near Elkhorn, Montana. l he OWNER has considered the BID submitted by you for the above des/.: In it )R1� in re-,ln use to its Advertisement for Bids dated _ August 4 , 19 _.81 ,,ed lelorm,.Linn fur Bidders. 1 ea arc hereby notified that your HID has been accepted for items in the n(nnun'. „I 51 ,279.00 You ire required by the Information for Bidders to execute the Agreement and fur- nish the required CONTRACTOR'S Performance BOND, Payment BOND and certifi- _, ��s ol insurance within ten (10) calendar days from the date of this Notice to you. ll tail H execute said Agreement and to furnish said BONDS within ten Inu Linn the date of this Notice, said OWNER will be entitled to consider all vow „ (i,� a kink not of the OWNER'S acceptance of your BID as abandoned and as a for eiture nl vour BID BOND. The OWNER will be entitled to such other rights as n ac In' In'WHed font ,an: required to return an acknowledged copy of this NOTICE OF AWARD to Ilia ( !AVNER. I ),)le,i tlii.s 1st duy of _ September , 19 81 Jefferson County Board of County_Commissioners —'- Ow nornor �Le pie ado ff, !a 'rman Dc . Bu �•' k� ACCEN'ANCE OF NOTICE ca _ _ Glen Stevens Receipt of the above NOTICE OF AWARD is hereby acknowledged Watters Construction Company___ 4 T. this the day of � -c- . 19 E (x) Fh ��1( - zee-E ELK RIVER CONCRETE PRODUCTS CO. OF MONTANA CD AFFILIATED WITH THE CRETEX COMPANIES, INC. P. O. BOX t180 • HELENA, MONTANA 69601 / TEL. (408) 442-8060 October 22 , 1981 Watters Construction Company 1122 Choteau Helena, Montana 59601 ATTN: Chuck Watters RE: Elk Horn Bridge Beams Dear Chuck: Due to a mix up in the steel fabrication, our delivery date will be delayed. If the weather holds we can expect to deliver the beamron November 9, 1981 . Very truly your arAl E A. . (Jerry) by Sales Representative AHE:vjb CC : (0) (ERO) CRETEX :........... .. ....a. WAITERS CONSTRUCTION CO , INC. GENERAL CONTRACTORS 1122 Choteeu Ave. HELENA, MONTANA 59501 Telephones Office: 442-9170 October 22, 1981 442-1077 L. C. Hanson Company 3108 McHugh Drive Helena, Montana 59601 he: Elkhorn Bridge Dear Lowell, Please consider this letter as a request for time extension on this contract. The reason for the time extension is that we will not receive our pre-cast bridge beams until November 9, 1981 (see attached letter from the supplier, Elk River Concrete.) I had given Elk River a Purchase Order for the beams dated 9/16/81 (copy attached) , but they have had trouble with the steel fabrication. As of now, our work will be shut down on the bridge until we receive the pre-cast beams. We will maintain the detour road during this period. Sincerely, George C. Wafters, Jr. GCWj :mjm Attachments q >‘ r� � NU1{(.11 (JRIJEit i'...4 �j pp ) WArt' l�ELS CONST Tt:'1'11)1 `° ' ! i ,PANl). ,,-is-. p 1122 CHO f 4YENI t xi,F•liar" NO HELENA, NTANA rS9 Place abo4r No 1 all GENENAL CCRITIRAC.'10 $ �f4 + in,oi,es. Bills of Iudirg PHONE (406)442 9170.- a ' ; and Packing tilip Order / _ /� /,.c c? / C(' <c..'i 1tc"-LG "c!: / ,ezeClza` Die ..ucd to Y ), //EC1 i 4 Iklle ddrev Required l.:/ '',/<L / , . F.P.H. ' 1"1'_ /.-' I x1d i I . 1j Vii !HP 1.. I � ;.1 ( : a }� *,�.« ...;urrsr, 1=,. ,i flp41JLR INV(if(L IN 1)1 1,1 H,A I1. 4)UiNTl1) - I)LSCRIPPION ., as1Ol'\I .-. I 7 -; C' ku . — WAT 'ER ceNSTRUCflON ( (1MPANv Plc Ht , ,, dl 1 Ohl h0) :,1 , 2 7 1 h11/ 1'111, " II I. \V1111\V1111 ,11( 1L1I, < // ..11110 .L"■ 11.1. IdCI \,, N 4r 1. Af' JEFFERSON COUNTY CLERK RECORDER JOANNE P. McFARLANE . .oulder, Montana 59632 County Clerk and Recorder A ,f V CARLA MATLACK DePutY • COMMISSIONERS: Leslie J.Sodorf[,Chairman,Clancy Delbert M.Bullock,Basin } • �`" Glen A. Stevens,Whitehall Jr�' 1 41% • - ° • � November 5 , 1981 Vr� Watters Construction 1122 Choteau Helena , Montana 59601 Dear Sir: The Board of County Commissioners will give you an extension on your contract for construction of the Elkhorn Creek Bridge in Jefferson County , until November 21 , 1981 , with no penalty being assessed to you . i Yours truly ; � ) By Joanne P . McFarlane Clerk to the Board of County Commissioners JPM/jj CONSTRUCTION CONTRACT BOULDER RIVER BRIDGE ON ELKHORN ROAD OS 22 (3) Contractor Frontier West, Inc. Owner Jefferson County Board of County Commissioners Consulting Engineer Lowell C. Hanson Co. v AGREEMENT BETWEEN OWNER AND CONTRACTOR THIS AGREEMENT, made as of the day of , in the year 1978 by and between County Commi- ssioners of Jefferson County, Boulder, (hereinafter called Montana the OWNER) and Frontier West, Inc. , P.O. Box 8242, Missoula, Montana (hereinafter called the CONTRACTOR) . WITNESSETH, that whereas the OWNER intends to construct Boulder River Bridge on Elkhorn Road hereinafter called the PROJECT, NOW, THEREFORE, the CONTRACTOR and the OWNER for considerations hereinafter named, agree as follows: Article 1. The Work. The Contractor agrees to provide all materials, equipment, labor and things necessary for the proper construction and completion of the work described in the specifica- tions and shown on the drawings, both of which are entitled Boulder River Bridge on Elkhorn Road Article 2. Engineer. The Project has been designed by Lowell C. Hanson -Company, Consulting Engineer, Helena, Montana. Article 3. Contract Time. The work for this Project shall be completed within 60 calendar days after the date which the Contractor is authorized to begin. Agreement Page 1 of 3 Article 4. Contract Price. The Owner will pay the Contractor for performance of the Work and completion of the Project, the Contract Price of: Seventy four thousand four hundred eighty four and 45/100 dollars ($ 74 , 484 . 45 based on the prices stipulated in the Bid Form, and in accord- ance with the Contract Documents, subject to adjustment by Modifications as hereinafter specified. Article 5. Liquidated Damages. The Owner shall be entitled to liquidated damages in the amount of One Hundred Fifty Dollars ($150.00) for each calendar day of delay in the completion of the Project past the Contract Time, subject to the terms of the General Conditions of the Contract Documents and Modifications. Article 6. Progress and Final Payments. The Owner will make periodic payments on account of the Contract Price as provided in the General Conditions. Final payment by the Owner will be made in accordance with Article 30 of the General Con- ditions. Article 7. Contract Documents. The Contract Documents which comprise the contract between the Owner and the Contractor ( are attached hereto and made a part hereof and consist of the following: 7.1 This Agreement 7.2 Invitation to Bid 7.3 Contractor' s Bid Proposal 7.4 Information for Bidders 7 . 5 Minority Business Clause Certification 7. 6 Affidavit of Free Competetive Bidding 7. 7 Affidavit of Work Progress 7 . 8 Equal Opportunity Clause Certification Agreement Page 2 of 3 7.9 General Conditions 7.10 Special Conditions 7.11 Technical Provisions 7.12 Drawings 7.13 Addenda (numbers to______, inclusive) 7.14 Performance and Payment Bond 7.15 Any Modifications duly delivered after the execution of this agreement. \' Article 8. Miscellaneous. 8.1 The terms used in this Agreement which are defined in Article 1 of the General Conditions shall have the meanings indicated there. 8.2 Neither the Owner nor the Contractor shall, without the prior written consent of the other, assign or sublet in whole or in part his interest under any of the Contract Documents and, specifically, the Contractor shall not assign any monies due or to become due without the prior written consent of the Owner. 8.3 The Owner and the Contractor each binds himself, his partners, successors, assigns and legal representatives to the other party hereto in respect of all covenants, agreements and obligations contained in the Contract Documents. 8.4 The Contract Documents constitute the entire agreement between the Owner and the Contractor and may only be altered, amended or repealed by a duly executed written instru- ment. IN WITNESS WHEREOF they have executed this Agreement the day and year first above written. OWNER . f__ ___ _ CO CTOR�r� r L�'N�,4 1, / 1 V le _/ -.e 4/. . i _ Title T're.s i Cez '' / ./ 'ORATE SEAL) (CORPORATE SEAL) Attest ,.; . //'� c Attest �j Title at 4 ' ` Title Agreement • Page 3 of 3 PROPOSAL Place: inotA,,,crie Date: Z I Pa (,, 7& BRIDGE OVER THE BOULDER RIVER r ON THE ELKHORN ROAD Proposal of FronCier - Q �, , 7.17nc , (hereinafter called "Bidder") , (a //lon�ano7 Name of State 6rporatio partnership/or an individual doing business as Ft-on-Ear - 4 &4t J_ nG . ) . TO THE COUNTY COMMISSIONERS JEFFERSON COUNTY BOULDER, MONTANA 59632 (hereinafter called "Owner") Gentlemen: The undersigned bidder, in compliance with your invitation for bids for the construction of a bridge over the Boulder River on the Elkhorn Road, having examined the plans, specifications and re- lated documents and the site of the proposed work, and being familiar with all of the conditions surrounding the construction of the pro- % posed project, including the availability of materials and labor, hereby proposes to furnish all equipment, tools, supplies, materials and labor for the completion of the work listed below and all work appurtenant thereto in connection with the project for Jefferson County in accordance with plans, specifications and other contract documents on file in the office of the County Commissioners of Jefferson County. Bidder hereby agrees to commence work under this contract on or before a date to be specified in the "Written Notice to Pro- ceed" of the Owner and to fully complete the project within 60 consecutive calendar days thereafter as stipulated in the specifica- tions. Bidder further agrees to pay as liquidated damages the sum of $ 150. 00 for each consecutive calendar day thereafter as herein- after provided in this proposal . Proposal - Page 1 of 4 BID SCHEDULE BRIDGE OVER THE BOULDER RIVER ON THE ELKHORN ROAD NUMBER UNIT TOTAL ITEM OF UNITS COST COST 1. Structure Excav- 75 ation 4 271 c.y. 5 — /S5$ — tIut C` /00 2. Furnish and drive .1l oo treated timber test 90 1.f. Lump Sum 8000 ✓ Piles 2407ht 1kou,dnei 2. /0a 3. Furnish treated 15 P go timber iles 892 1 . f. a{ 3701 2 ryn Al-..ter i boo --4. Drive treated 70 4 80 ,i timber piles 554 1.f. 2 — 14 9 5 70 \ W o .7?-- t 0 5. Treated timber k 00 substructure 6500 b. f. Lump Sum I '4, ZOO — 11 / e7urla�On ��ottSe�.xi "{wry �lanrirr!d S oo 6. Embankment 322 c.y. 30 1 60 30 6 2Oa& -- tix /000 7. Prestressed con- crete bulb tee 5 ea. '750o- 37, 6ccD - beams (65 ' ) 1 Q 1 oe AeLan- 4.Naa.A 4iuc L.n.elred Ginn 8. Bridge rail 150 1. f. 4 0o— lb 60 o 00 00 o0 o�-1-y 4s J TOTAL BID $ 74 484 60_UPn 7 lo , t1 u o., C Minted .r ''1.enAr4 ' // 45 Q;5k! , �o t,. f /00 Written Words Proposal - Page 2 of 4 V The undersigned bidder further agrees to furnish the required bonds and to enter into a contract for the work awarded to him within ten (10) consecutive calendar days from and including the date of your acceptance of this Proposal. Enclosed herewith is a Rik' gn n j in the amount of 10% ($ ) , which the undersigned agrees is to be forfeited to and become the property of Jefferson County as liquidated damages should this Proposal be accepted and contract awarded to him and he fail to enter into a contract in the form prescribed and to furnish the required bond within ten days as above stipulated, but otherwise, the bid guarantee shall be returned to the undersigned upon the signing of the contract and delivery of the approved bond to the County. LIQUIDATED DAMAGES: It is understood and agreed that the Contractor will be assessed, because of failure to complete the work in the time specified, for liquidated damages that the Owner will suffer by reason of such default and not by way of penalty. The liquidated damages will cover the cost of main- taining the necessary engineering forces engaged beyond the completion date specified in the Proposal. M1 The Proposal form and Contract form of the Contract include a stated length of time to complete all work covered under this Contract. Engineering and inspection will be supplied during this period at no cost to the Contractor. However, for each calendar day that the work remains uncompleted and unaccep- ted beyond the time limit allowed in the Contract, a liquidated damage cost of $150.00 per calendar day will be charged to the Contractor by the Owner as compensation for the employment of the Engineers and their assistants, and payment thereof shall be made by deduction from monthly and final payments. No charge will be made during any time extension granted in accordance with the terms of Article 12 of the General Conditions of the Construction Contract. In addition to the above stated charges for excess cost of field engineering and inspection, a liquidated damage cost of $100.00 per calendar day for each calendar day that the work remains uncompleted and unaccepted beyond the time limit allowed in the contract will be charged to the Contractor by the Owner as compensation for non-use of uncompleted work, and payment thereof shall be made by deduction from monthly and final payments. No charge will be made during any time extension granted in accordance with the terms of Article 12 of the General Conditions, or the Special Provisions, nor during any resultant shutdown during the winter. Proposal - Page 3 of 4 The Bidder hereby certifies, (a) that this bid is genuine and is not made in the interest of, or on behalf of any undisclosed person, firm or corporation and is not submitted in conformity with any agreement or rules of any group, associa- tion, organization, or corporation; (b) that he has- not directly or indirectly induced or solicited any other bidder to put in a false or sham bid; (c) that he has not solicited or induced any person, firm or corporation to refrain from bidding; and, (d) that he has not sought by collusion or otherwise to obtain for himself any advantage over any other bidder or over the County. DATED AT BOULDER , MONTANA, this OA day of Feb . , 1978. P i- Name of Contr- 1' _t _ - - - n c Signature by !'�,A � Title Pre s1 Address P O- Box "30 4 Z A ,eso.Li , /if , 59807 Montana Contractor's License Number 3 440' M (Also list class) The Bidder acknowledges receipt of the following addenda: Proposal - Page 4 of 4 . REV.-8-19-76 REV. 1-19-76 FHPM VOL. 6, CH. 4, SEC. 1 1-1-76 SUBSEC. 8, PARAGRAPHS 8c(2), (3) 6 (4) FEDERAL-AID PROJECT N0.(S) OS (2 2) 3 TO BE ELIGIBLE FOR AWARD OF CONTRACT FOR ABOVE PROJECT(S), THE BIDDER MUST EXECUTE AND SUBMIT AS PART OF HIS BID, THE FOLLOWING MINORITY BUSINESS ENTERPRISES CLAUSE CERTIFICATION WHICH WILL BE DEEMED A PART OF THE RESULTING CONTRACT: MINORITY BUSINESS ENTERPRISES CLAUSE CERTIFICATION (WARNING: THIS CERTIFICATION IS VITAL AND IF NOT SUBMITTED, THE CON- TRACTOR'S BID WILL BE CONSIDERED TO BE NONRESPONSIVE. SIMILARLY, IF A FALSE CERTIFICATION IS SUBMITTED, THE CONTRACTOR'S BID WILL BE CON- SIDERED TO BE NONRESPONSIVE.) The Contractor agrees to use his best efforts to utilize minority business enterprises in the award of his subcontracts to the fullest extent consistent with the efficient performance of his contract. As used in this contract, the term "minority business enterprise" means a business, at least 50 percent of which is owned by minority group members or, in the case of publicly owned businesses at least 51 percent of the stock of which is owned by minority meters. For the purpose of this definition minority group members are Negroes, Spanish Speaking American persons, American Orientals, American Indians, American Eskimos, and American Aleuts. Contractors may rely on written representations by subcontractors regarding their status as minority business enterprise in lieu of an independent investigation. The bidder shall designate In the appropriate space provided below, his intention relative to subletting a portion of the contract work. AFFIRMATIVE CERTIFICATION 1—'11he bidder intends to sublet a portion of the contract work and has taken affirmative action I Ito seek out and consider minority business enterprises as potential contractors. Under this Affirmative Certification, the bidder agrees to maintain records to document contacts and specific efforts made to seek out and identify potential minority business enterprise contractors. NEGATIVE CERTIFICATION I� ` clrfhe bidder does not intend to sublet a portion of the contract work. �! Fron±er — ridtSt 1 �44 - Name of Firm or Individual (Type or Print) l?c. '00x 4 Z /IZS�, La t'Ir • (CORPORATE gci&) Bus' ess Address - By c-Lwt� t t gi �l Aut orized Agent Srignature intnk) 1 Title .--e s Dated at '7,;so lJ , Montana, this __Z ( day of )^Q & . , 191 . In those cases where Negative Certifications were submitted originally and later circumstances dictate subletting a portion of the contract work, the requirements under the Affirmative Certification shall be satisfied. No subletting will be approved until demonstration by the contractor of his making such affirma- tive action contacts. 'INORITY BUSINESS ENTERPRISES CLAUSE PROVISIONS The Contractor agrees to establish and conduct a program which will enable minority business enterprise to be considered fairly as subcontractors and suppliers under this contract. In this connection the Contractor shah . (a) Designate a liaison officer who will administer the Contractor's minority business enterprises program. (b) Provide adequate and timely consideration of the potentialities of known minority business enterprises in all "make-or-buy" decisions. (c) Ensure that known minority business enterprises will have an equitable opportunity to compete for subcontracts, particularly by arranging solicitations, time for the preparation of bids, quantities, specifica- tions and delivery schedules so as to facilitate the participation of minority business enterprises. (d) Maintain records showing (1) procedures which have been adopted to comply with the policies set forth in this clause, including the establishment of a source list of minority business enterprises, (2) awards to minority business enterprises on the source list, and (3) specific efforts to identify and award subcontracts to minority business enterprises. (e) Include the "Minority Business Enterprises Clause Certification and Provisions" in subcontracts which offer substantial minority business enterprises subcontracting opportunities. (f) Cooperate with the State in any studies and surveys of the Contractor's minority business enterprises procedures and practices that the State may from time to time conduct. (g) Submit periodic reports of subcontracting to known minority business enterprises with respect to the records referred to in subparagraph (d) above, in such form and manner and at such times (not more often than quarterly) as the State may prescribe. MM 1 AFFIDAVIT OF FREE COMPETITIVE BIDDING STATE OF // ionld ,,yy// :SS. COUNTY OF // 11SSot.tCF7 ) 11 EcLwd%-ci P Nrphr , being first duly sworn deposes and says: That he is the Pre_.e cL¢nt of (President, Vice-President, Agent, Partner, Owner, etc. ) the F^ roC7±%¢ r - W¢S1 c- , a corpor- ation, partnership, or firm created and existing under and by virtue of the laws of State of A' Font-dn ci , and that: (1) As .a condition pursuant to the award of the contract for Project No. 0S-22(3) known as the Boulder River Bridge on the Elkhorn Road, in Jefferson County, Montana; that (he has, they have) not, either directly or indirectly, entered into any agreement participated in any collusion, or otherwise taken any action in restraint of free competitive bidding in connection with said contract and that he is a responsible official of the firm, association or corporation legally authorized to execute documents binding the. firm, association, or corporation to the extent of this affidavit. ProniVe — YYes..± . =tic- Name of Firm or Individual (Type or Print) (CORPORATE SEAL) • Authorized Agent Sign. ture in Ink Title Subscribed and Sworn to before me this day of _ f it , 1977. k ■ Notary Public in and for the State of (NOTARIAL SEAL) Residing at poppy minx fa the e.e164!Meatara Residing at Pdi;soula, Montana My Commission expiresMy commission expires i INSTRUCTIONS: One copy of this sworn statement, shall be submitted to the State of Montana, De- partment of Highways, with the proposal for performance of certain work and the furnish- ing of certain materials for the project herein referred to. Cross out the words in the Affidavit not applicable to the person subscribing his name to this Affidavit and fill in the blank spaces applicable. AFFIDAVIT OF WORK PROGRESS STATE OF MONTANA ) :ss COUNTY OF JEFFERSON) 1S\,1 \,\A Y , being first dul sworn deposes and says: That (he is, they are) the 1 , S r ti (President, V. President, Agent, Partner, Owner, etc. ) of the ,o . .er ( i r 1 mac° , a corporation, partnership, or firm created and existing under and by virtue of the laws of the State of 1\,\f^, N , and that (he has, they have) been granted the authority to execute affidavits on behalf of said corporation, firm, or partnership. That on this 2 t'= day of C , ;,,.„ 197$1/2 the above-named public contractor is not working over the contract time on a previously awarded contract from the State of Montana, or any Board, Commission, or Department thereof, or from any Board of County Commissioners, or from any City or Town Council , or agency thereof. That this affidavit applies to only those contracts awarded subsequent to July 1, 1967, and that the terms hereof are in contemplation of Section 84-3507, Revised Codes of Montana, 1947, as amended by Chapter 141 of the 1967 Session Laws. r — L `.`> 4 r�l C- Namy Firm or Individual (Type o , Print) (CORPORATE SEAL) By l .. \ ,� . v, n `L .f Authorized Agent (Signature in Ink) Title Subscribed and Sworn to before me this day of r ,`t'iviD `tv , 1977. it 711tH\� Notary Public in and for the State oft , l ,r , (NOTARIAL SEAL) Residing at ( � ' , NVIARY PUBLFC for Mt Mate of Montana Residing at Missoula, Montana My Commission expires My Commission ewiros I;'> INSTRUCTIONS: One copy of this sworn statement, shall be submitted to the State of Montana, Depart- ment of Highways, with the proposal for performance of certain work and the furnishing of certain materials for the project herein referred to. Cross out the words in the Affidavit not applicable to the person subscribing his name to this Affidavit and fill in the blank spaces applicable. EQUAL OPPORTUNITY CLAUSE CERTIFICATION THE FOLLOWING NEED BE COMPLETED ONLY IF BID EXCEEDS $10,000 IN AMOUNT. He 74 has, C] has not, participated in any previous contracts or subcontracts subject to the Equal Opportunity Clause. He CA has, . a. has not, filed with the Joint Reporting Committee, the Director of OFCC, any Federal agency, or the former President's Committee on Equal Employment Opportunity, all reports due under the applic- able filing requirements of those organizations. 1 � re. }i4_ -40 ± , c . Name of Firm or Individua (Type or Print) e, g S242 - W (CORP�R/ E SEAL) Business Address` �� I` ci> Authorized ligent (Signature in lAk) Title Dated at l\\c5E-De,XA , Montana, this 2)5- day ofSeAieLa:_Y , 197? This certification shall be submitted to the State of Montana, Department of High- ways, with the proposal for performance of certain work and the furnishing of certain materials for the project herein referred to. Proposed prime contractors and subcontractors who have participated in a previous contract or subcontract subject to the Executive Orders and have not filed the required reports should note that 41 C.F.R. 60-1.7 (b) ( 1) prevents the award of contracts and subcontracts unless such contractor submits a report covering the delinquent period or such other period specified by the Federal Highway Administration or by the Director, Office of Federal Contract Compliance, U.S. Department of Labor. Bond #28-0120-2815-78 PERFORMANCE AND PAYMENT BOND KNOW ALL MEN BY THESE PRESENTS THAT Frontier West, Inc., Box 8242, Missoula, Montana 59807 (Here insert the name & address or legal title of the Contractor as Principal, hereinafter called Contractor, and United States Fidelity & Guaranty Co. (Here insert the legal title of Surety) as Surety, hereinafter called Surety, are held and firmly bound unto County Commissioners of Jefferson County, Boulder, Montana (Here insert the name and address of legal title of Owner) as Obligee, hereinafter called Owner, in the amount of Seventy Four Thousand Four Hundred Eighty Four and 45/100 Dollars ($ 74,484.45 ) , for payment whereof Contractor and Surety bind themselves, their heirs, executors, administrators, successors and assigns, jointly and severally, firmly by these presents. WHEREAS, Contractor has by written agreement dated March 8 19 78 entered into a contract with Owner for Boulder River Bridge on Elkhorn Road in accordance with drawings and specifications prepared by Lowell C. Hanson Company, Consulting Engineer, Helena, Montana, which contract is by reference made a part hereof, and is hereinafter referred to as the Agreement. Performance and Payment Bond Page 1 of 2 P. O. Box 299 Lower Level — 3108 McHugh Drive Helena, Montana 59624 February 2, 1982 Board of County Commissioners Jefferson County Jefferson County Courthouse Boulder, MT 59632 RE: ELKHORN BRIDGE BEAMS. Gentlemen: We are enclosing copies of information provided by the beam supplier for the referenced project, explaining that the beams supplied meet the requirements of the plans and specifications. During the course of beam construction we required that concrete samples be taken and tested for determination of concrete strength. Three sets of three test samples were taken. One set each for beams No. 1, 3 and 8. The average 28 day strength was determined to be 4,680 PSI rather than 5,000 PSI as specified. This amounts to a 6% deficiency which really is nothing to be alarmed about. Please refer to the letter from Foundation & Materials Con- sultants further explaining concrete testing. In addition to the above testing, we made four additional test samples, one each for beams No. 4, 5, 6 & 8. The results of these tests were for our use in evaluating the curing process and field strength of the beams. The samples were made in the standard manner but were not cured in the standard manner. The results of these four tests varied greatly with the overall results being poor, thus causing us concern. Upon closer evaluation we now believe the results of all field cured cylinders should be disregarded in strength deter- mination. We believe the cylinders may have been carelessly handled and improperly cured, thereby damaging the concrete. Further, the test was not a standard test and should not be used as a basis for evaluating concrete strength. The overall concrete strength of 4,680 PSI does result in an adequate beam strength for the design load. This is because the deficiency is so small . Our original plan called for 7% more steel than our calculations called for because of the steel provided by standard bar sizes. Further, Elk River arbit- rarily provided 22% more steel than our plan called for by adding one No. 6 (continued) L. C. HANSON COMPANY CONSULTING ENGINEERS ' SURVEYORS February 2, 1982 Board of County Commissioners Jefferson County Re: Elkhorn Bridge Beams Page 2 bar in each stem of each beam except the outside stem of the outside beams. Based on the foregoing, it appears that the beams are acceptable and meet specifications; however we do not feel that the results of the field cylinders can be totally disregarded. It is possible that a bad batch of concrete was used for one of the beams; however we feel this is doubtful . If the concrete in one of the beams is deficient, some sign of distress or deterioration should occur prematurely; say in 5, 10 or 15 years. To protect the county in this event, some sort of certification from Elk River would be satisfactory. Elk River Concrete has indicated they would certify the beams and we recommend that you pursue this. If you agree, we will assist you in reaching an agree- ment with Elk River on the method of certification. Very truly yours, Lowell C. Hanson, P.E. LCH:sh cc: Bob Ganter, Elk River Concrete Chuck Watters, Watters Construction encls: (4) sktr' • LOWELL C. HANSON CO. CONSULTING ENGINEER—HELENA,MONTANA 59601 DATE 2-2. 16y 4CA CHK. tROJ NO Sea eY•Lend PAGE / OF 3 DESCRIPTION ELCHOIS dd,O( g 6eYtoll gles.oceee r k 7es7s soon si 474-1 enz 7 et- r -c D4T-t 907fr4 Ato , eø -eetere SrCt-ivOrN St1/4419 , 4e e anip.1 44011 1 10 P ? S 2 v 0E20 6 'It 6/"IS - 2. Aio Te:rs hit 70 A evi FA e (J4 . /A/ elocreer ,e io -5 -61 3 J, F yr 3 5 Go e -1 443o e ze iny.r 5590 e 66 °lira fl- t- / A 4180 4t DiPti - r, . 2no " -f-Si • g So c Go 40.74-Ar , / 40 7c19,./..e Pc/ I rtft-1 /"./ 08, tr S. r P31 3 s 4n e 7 Okti-t I AL,_ 4- I Vo 4110 e 280,1 • 4‘, 34 e 5 4'J e-1 4 ' S0 e 3e Odyi BUT- /let e 7 fir out 70 620_ts"-ricer /441/2sees c er 74141 "ors/are,- into°,€/#91-x ,e-Adtv-00/Ar_e-e _ 49 eta- 424/ex' eAtreA/421-e- (//yar ,..42 zitA-42,09-Arp rerrt, nveyeery_Je ,no", so/0 re) ceen,00nsej 70 re-ct ot as ./ 05x14W -;- I4 ( e75,1 Aft • l ELK RIVER CONCRETE PRODUCTS CO. OF MONTANA AFFILIATED WITH THE CRETEX COMPANIES, INC. �GINP P. O. BOX 1180 • HELENA. MONTANA 59601 / TEL. (406) 442-8060 r�IW�IY� January 22 , 1982 Watters Construction Co. 1122 Choteau Ave . Helena, MT 59601 Attn: Mr . Chuck Watters Re: Elk Horn Bridge R/S 71103 Gentlemen: Enclosed are two seperate attachments . One is an analysis of concrete cylinder tests by Ed Nurse of Foundation Materials . The other is a structural analysis of the beams by Jim Nystrom, P.E. of the Cretex Companies . Please note that the structural analysis made used a concrete strength of 4, 000 PSI . Both of these documents are being presented at this time to show that the bridge beams supplied meet the safety factors and design criteria of AASHTO standard speci- fications for highway bridge design. Sincerely, Bob Ganter Sales Representative cc: owell Hanson, Jerry Eby 0 `i,E'� 51eaff a. iacs &i Netectead eoctduetted. Mate. -""'"'t,", o 839 Front Street, Helena, Montana 59601 `•I,o Phone 406/442-0880 ib' Edward A.Nurse.P.E..President January 21, 1982 Elk River Concrete P.O. Box 1180 Helena, MT 59624 ATTN: Mr. Bob Canter Gentlemen: We have reviewed the concrete strength data for the Elk Horn Bridge in Jefferson County and offer the following observations: 1. Strength of field cured cylinders are not normally applied to deter- mine what the true strength of the concrete is but is used to deter- mine when formwork can be removed or when structural items can be lifted or moved. 2. In this particular case only single concrete cylinders were made for the field cure test, while 2 cylinders are required and averaged for determination of strength. 3. The field cylinder that broke at 850 psi was obviously damaged as shown by the fact the cylinder length had increased by about 3/4" while in all othercases (except where expansive cement is used) the concrete cylinders will shrink and in some caset as much as 1/4". It appears that this cylinder was overheated by the steam which caused the water in the mix to turn into steam and expanded the cylinder on one end which was visually very porous. The American Concrete Institute in Standard #214-77 entitled "Recommended Practice for Evaluation of Strength Test Results of Concrete", advises that a result from a cylinder that is visually damaged should be discarded. 4. The field cylinder which broke at 2370 psi must also be rejected. ACI Standard #21477 also addresses the question of strength test results which greatly deviate from the average. The standard being that if the test result is 2 standard deviations below the average it is suspect, and if it is 3 standard deviations below the average it will be discarded. If it is assumed that the mix design used for the beams was 5000 psi and that 1 in 5 tests would fall below 5000 psi , then the average strength would have to be 5600 psi if its assumed that coeficient of variation for the plant was 12%. This means that at one standard of deviation below the average strength the strength would be 5000 psi or the progression would be as follows : testing laboratory — geology — chemistry — consulting engineering — technical reports core drilling — construction materials tests — soils engineering — foundation & pavement design :...,„—......___ 14 Page 2 of Elk River Concrete it ATTN: Bob Ganter January 21, 1982 Standard Strength Chance of Numbered Tests Deviation PSI being lower for 1 to be this strength or lower 0 5600 50% 2.0 1 5000 15.86% 6.3 2 4400 2.28% 43.90 3 3800 0.14% 714 4 3200 0.0032% 22.32 million (2.23 X 107) ' 5 2600 0.00000029% 1.12 X 10 5.38 2370* Too small to compute * This Test 5. Of the other 2 field cure cylinders one was made November 2nd, 1981, by Hanson, and broke in 42 days and the other was made by Foundation & Materials and broke in 38 days. In order to compare these with the laboratory cured cylinders they need to be placed in a comparable situation. This is done by bringing back the strength to 28 days and correct for the difference in strength from use of paper molds verus steel molds: Strength Theoretical Increase for Cylinder as Broken at 28 days* Steel Mold 5% Hanson 4180 3766 (90.1%) 3954 F & M 4150 3839 (92.5%) 4031 , . 3993 Average * Based on tests for ASARCO for stack mix design. Average of laboratory cure at 28 days = 4630 + 4770 4700 Less Field Cure Average - 3993 Difference 707 psi Again the field cured cylinders are not coming up to the laboratory cured expectations. One explaination involves the moisture condition in the field where the small sized cylinders would start drying out in a few days which would retard the strength growth of the cement gel . This can be overcome by placing them in a moist condition in the field or by bringing them into the laboratory as soon as possible, neither of which occured in this case. Also it was noted that the paper molds the cylinders were in were skinned up and damaged which indicated they had been moved without consid- eration for thier frailty,especially if they had been moved in the first few days. Its expected that if the field cured cylinders had been laboratory cured they would have had strengths comparable to the laboratory cylinders which broke at 4700 psi at 28 days. u is 1 441 I Page 3 of Elk River Concrete ATTN: Mr. Bob Ganter January 21, 1982 6. Two of the laboratory cured cylinders that were programed to be broken at 28 days were held and broken at later dates with the following results: AGE STRENGTH 59 days 4634 66 days 5890 10524/2 = 5262 psi average. These tests indicate continued strength growth of the concrete beyond the 28 day period which is to be expected. In summary the concrete used in the beams has demostrated that strengths in excess of 5000 psi were achieved under standard conditions. . It should also be stated that the use of field cure cylinders can be misleading when it comes to evaluating the strength concrete. One reason for this is that as in this instance 6" round by 12" long cylinders, unless kept moist in the field will dry out rather rapidly in comparison to the mass concrete involved in the beams and will result in a lesser strength than that actually in the beams. Also Temperatures other than standard (730F) will inhibit strength growth so the field cylinders as is this case would have less strength than will eventually be attained. Statistics are a valuable tool for concrete evaluation as well as other engineering evaluations. For instance we can predict what a once in a hundred year flood will be with a large amount of confidence if a 50 year stream flow record is available. However we cannot. from this record tell whether that flood will occur next year or 200 years from now. In the bt same manner we can tell with good confidence what the concrete strength will be of a concrete producer if we were to take 15 to 25 sets of concrete cylinders and could also predict the coefficient of variation (reoccurance interval ) . However with a small sample,2 tests in this case, the average strength and coefficient of variation are difficult to predict. But even with these limitations and the problems of molds, temperature, and moisture in the field cure cylinders there is a very good indication that the beam concrete has achieved a 4700 psi level and probably higher. Very Truly Yours , F & MATERIALS CONSULTANTS, INC. Edward A. Nurse, P.E. cls/EAN Ut . J. THE CRETEX COMPANIES, INC. MEMORANDUM Al Ad2asi& Bob Ganter Jan . 13 Date ,1982 ERO Jim N . From Elk Horn Bridge Designed with Reduced Strength Concrete Subject I have reviewed the design for an 18 ' span P/C channel bridge using 4000 psi concrete instead of 5000 psi as specified . For a short span such as 18 ' , the concrete strength does not effect the strength of the beam or quantity of steel required . The initial design of this bridge as done by L . C . Hanson , is conservative in the steel area specified and should be adequate as built . THE_ CRETEX COMPANIES , INC . James A . Nystrom . JAN : km Encl . Calculations /I THE CRETEX COMPANIES, INC. 4 311 LOWELL AVENUE, ELK RIVER, MINN. 55330 (612) 441-2121 PROJECT ANAL YS/S dC. /{ti C 4 CC" C�/�E?h'.°_/NG • /T DATE //�'` eZ- i z — ntrz 0 ?47X /f /1,P' ._ �f/11 / _/ /_h,,,z .3y I . Z. 0 /.///E_-_Zo _ �/O_o'-c VT /9i , /74) .//s -7_6 ` t 7. Z 4 1.0 4-r te _ 30°Jo_ • / _ --v�- - -I- - . 2, 3 i.7,s ;town o,._/.= D, 19;2_/L4-wE _ ' + I 2. 9 Mon.,c--A.,7--- =<K/91-i-kf Xo_79z _ --4-_,_ _7Y ing //?r_=-_ /46;y1< rd ' a - --- 2 S SZ/47e)-,7- - /f / "4 S, v /G =!_, /d9 11N C- - b = 3cG , /Z- __ ¢ f!_ �s' ; eon- ;`F-- , =0 995 ; 3 / o est (a,,,G,�.tTce , -,Lu .=:F"_= 2 1 - 37; 8 = O. 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I , I (AEI THE CRETEX COMPANIES, INC 311 LOWELL AVENUE, ELK RIVER, MINN. 55330 (612) 441-2121 PROJECT DATE i - . . 1 �__ J-- 711 1 t - -. - . - ' _ _ - . I _ - _ S, O _ . S7+E,q-2- _f ?ni�au"uU_ _ot( / _@_1z�_/l. n—SrGife:o/WS t2S 0, 314g4O 0_ —3' K , Is S. Z L L_ Sr-tom.. =_ _9,_I_K_4.._ AE _. __i s-- - i i2 - - , , . 5 4 � _ e - 330 Ps ,_� — = 2 d,� ' - z ki 4-as.o _ _/Z /fir 1 4 , I 1 71:5 @ C b7S-C G C" eD,C s 1 � ; i P. 0. Box 299 Lower Level — 3108 McHugh Drive Helena, Montana 59624 January 25, 1982 Board of County Commissioners Jefferson County Courthouse Boulder, MT 59632 RE: ENGINEERING SERVICES - ELKHORN CREEK BRIDGE ON ELKHORN ROAD. Gentlemen: We have prepared the enclosed summary of engineering costs for the referenced project for your use in determining total project cost. As discussed with you previously, the services we provided involved work in addition to basic engineering services and the additional work was necessary to properly design and construct the bridge. We are currently waiting for a report from the concrete beam supplier regard- ing concrete tests. Upon receipt of this information, we hope that we can finalize this project and not exceed the amount budgeted for this project. Very truly yours, (--[„ "co,c. -/Lowell C. Hanson, P.E. LCH:sh encls. Eng. cost summary cc: Jim Anderson L. C. HANSON COMPANY CONSULTING ENGINEERS ffe SURVEYORS a � ENGINEERING COST SUMMARY JEFFERSON COUNTY ELKHORN CREEK BRIDGE ACTUAL AMOUNT BUDGETED AMOUNT STATUS SITE SURVEYS $ 1,404.30 LCH Est. $ 1,202.30 100% Comp. BASIC ENGINEERING 6,207.23 LCH Est. 5,915.00 100% Comp. DSR 5,600.00 HYDRAULICS 722.47 LCH Est. 722.47 100% Comp. CONSTRUCTION STAKING 481. 50 LCH Est. 640.00 100% Comp. CONSTRUCTION INSPECTION 2,823.90 LCH Est. 3,500.00 95% Comp. & OVERVIEW TOTALS $ 11 ,639.40 LCH Est. $ 12,181.77 January 25, 1982 Page 1 of 1 P. 0. Box 299 Lower Level — 3108 McHugh Drive Helena, Montana 59624 January 25, 1982 Mr. Jim Anderson Disaster Emergency Services Division 1100 N. Main Helena, MT 59601 RE: JEFFERSON COUNTY BRIDGE, POWELL COUNTY BRIDGES. Dear Jim: We are enclosing the information you requested concerning engineering costs for the referenced projects. If you should need further information from us to justify the need for the additional engineering services, please call . Vei, truly yours, Lowell C. Hanson, P.E. LCH:sh encls. Engineering cost summaries - Powell & Jeff. Co. cc: Powell Co. Comm. Jefferson Co. Comm. L. C. HANSON COMPANY CONSULTING ENGINEERS &',SURVEYORS P.O. Box 299 Lower Level — 3108 McHugh Drive Helena, Montana 59624 November 25, 1981 Board of County Commissioners Jefferson County Box 115 Boulder, MT 59632 RE: ELKHORN CREEK BRIDGE - PROJECT NO. 070362 Gentlemen: I am submitting Payment Request No. 2 for the referenced project. The project was to be completed as of November 25, 1981, however the recent snowfall pre- vented placement of the pit run gravel surfacing. This work is now scheduled for completion on November 30. In order to meet your November 26 deadline for submitting of claims, we are going ahead with submission of Payment Request No. 2 because we feel the retainage adequately covers remaining work. Would you please return one copy of Payment Request No. 1 and one copy of Payment Request No. 2 for our records. Very truly yours, Lowell C. Hanson LCH:sh encls. L. C. HANSON COMPANY CONSULTING ENGINEERS ' SURVEYORS P. O. Box 299 Lower Level — 3108 McHugh Drive Helena, Montana 59624 February 16, 1982 Board of County Commissioners Jefferson County Jefferson County Courthouse Boulder, MT 59632 RE: BEAMS, ELKHORN CREEK BRIDGE. Gentlemen: The February 10, 1982 Certificate of Certification furnished by Elk River is not at all what we expected to receive in reply to our letter of February 2, 1982. We requested a Guarantee of Performance as you wanted us to. Please be informed that we have not been contacted by Elk River as requested in our February 2, 1982 letter and we would recommend that you not release final payment based upon the Certificate furnished. This matter came about simply because the concrete tests show the beams do not quite meet specifications in terms of concrete strength. This is a matter of record and it is simply impossible for Elk River to certify other- wise. Fortunately the deficiency is small and hopefully the beams will perform satis- factorily with time. I agree with you that you should not have to run the risk of future problems should they occur and therefore your request for a Guarantee seems reasonable to me. Elk River has not made their position known to me. We continue to be available to you or to Elk River in helping to achieve a satisfactory solution to the matter. You have asked us to represent you and we will continue to do so. We hope Elk River will continue to try and reach an agreement as requested in our February 2, 1982 letter. 1Ue// v' truly you s, Ly Lowell C. Hanson, P.E. LCH:sh cc: Elk River Concrete Watters Construction L. C. HANSON COMPANY CONSULTING ENGINEERS &' SURVEYORS P. O. Box 299 Lower Level — 3108 McHugh Drive Helena, Montana 59624 February 2, 1982 Mr. Bob Ganter Elk River Concrete N. Benton Ave. Helena, MT 59601 RE: ELKHORN CREEK BRIDGE BEAMS - JEFFERSON COUNTY. Dear Mr. Ganter: We met with the County Commissioners on this date to discuss the concrete strength for the referenced project. The Commissioners have asked me to inform you that they will require either a written Guarantee from you that the beams will perform satisfactorily with time or that additional tests be performed on Beams No. 2, 4, 5, 6 and 7 to assure adequate concrete strength. We will meet with you as soon as possible to discuss your proposed Guarantee or additional testing program. Very truly yours, Lowell C. Hanson, P.E. LCH:sh cc: Jefferson County Commissioners" Watters Construction L. C. HANSON COMPANY CONSULTING ENGINEERS S' SURVEYORS DISASTER & EMERGENCY SERVICES DIVISION DEPARTMENT OF MILITARY AFFAIRS (10;==="46 TED 60NWINDEN.GOVEHIVOR P.O.BOX4J69 4 =ate ___ - STATE OF MONTANA' V---.14'^d-7--:- 'j.-j:��r HELENA,MONTANA 59604 L 1406)449-3034 February 9, 1982 Mr. John Swanson Director Disaster Assistance Programs Division Federal Emergency Management Agency Region Eight Denver Federal Center, Building 710 Denver, Colorado 80225 Re: FEMA-640-DR-043-00000 Jefferson County Engineering Costs - Elkhorn i DSR #70362 Dear John: Attached you wi11r find a summary of engineering costs from L. C. Hanson Co. , for the Elkhorn Bridge. You will note the basic engineering services are over the curve amount and the special services are higher than similar bridges in Powell County. Some of the reasons for the higher costs are as follows: 1. Isolated location. 2. All engineering costs billed to one bridge rather than being split between three bridges as in Powell County. 3. One set of plans and specifications rather than two bridges on one set of plans and specifications as in Powell County. AN EQUAL OPPORTUNITY EMPLOYER" a • II Mr. John Swanson ,, Director,, DAP February' 9, 1982 !Page 2 • II feel for the above reasons that 'the engineering charges are justified. Therefore, your review and approval is requested. Sincerely, /"%/4s7- C. L. Gilbertson State Coordinating Officer JA:mi�c�� j cc: l/Jefferson County L. C. Hanson Co. Mr. Drew Dawson - Jefferson Co. • ELK RIVER CONCRETE PRODUCTS CO. OF MONTANA r� AFFILIATED WITH THE CRETEX COMPANIES, INC. �� P. O. BOX 1180 • HELENA, MONTANA 59601 / TEL. (406) 442-8060 J February 10, 1982 Board of County Commissioners Jefferson County Jefferson County Courthouse Boulder, MT 59632 Re: Watters Construction R/S 711033 Elk Horn Bridge Beam Certification Certificate of Certification We certify that the 19' feams supplied for the Elk Horn bridge were manufactured in accordance with Plans and Specifications . e 001 A.G. (A1)7stms Presid= cc: Lowell Hanson, L.C . Hanson Co. Chuck Watters , Watters Construction ELK RIVER CONCRETE PRODUCTS CO. OF MONTANA AFFILIATED WITH THE CRETEX COMPANIES, INC. P. O. BOX 1180 • HELENA, MONTANA 59601 / TEL. (406) 442-8060 February 17, 1982 Board of County Commissioners Jefferson County Jefferson County Courthouse Boulder, MT 59632 Re: Watters Construction R/S 711033 Elk Horn Bridge Beam Certification Certificate of Certification We guarantee the materials and workmanship of these beams to perform in accordance with Plans and Specifi- cations . Any defects in the beams from normal use for the next five years will be corrected by this firm. A.G. dams Presi ent cc: Lowell Hanson, L.C . Hanson Co. Chuck Watters , Watters Construction I C RETE% , L P. 0. Box 299 Lower Level — 3108 McHugh Drive Helena, Montana 59624 February 22, 1982 Jefferson County Commissioners Jefferson County Courthouse Boulder, Montana 59632 RE: ELKHORN CREEK BRIDGE ON ELKHORN ROAD. Gentlemen: The enclosed letter from Elk River indicates their Guarantee of the beams for the referenced project. We believe this letter fulfills your require- ments as you described them to us. You may want Woody to review this Guarantee. CifiVer truly yours, Lowell C. Hanson, P.E. LCH:sh enclosures: Guarantee letter cc: Elk River Concrete Watters Construction L. C. HANSON COMPANY CONSULTING ENGINEERS .' SURVEYORS � r ELK RIVER CONCRETE PRODUCTS CO. OF MONTANA AFFILIATED WITH THE CRETEX COMPANIES,INC. H'( P. O. BOX 1180 • HELENA, MONTANA 59601 / TEL. (406) 442-8060 ll� - February 17, 1982 'Board of County Commissioners REC ` / Jefferson County Jefferson County Courthouse FEB 131982 Boulder, MT 59632 LOWELL C. HANSON CO. Re: Watters Construction R/S 711033 • Elk Horn Bridge Beam Certification Certificate of Certification We guarantee the materials and workmanship of these beams to perform in accordance with Plans and Specifi- cations . Any defects in the beams from normal use for the next five years will be corrected by this firm. A.G. dams President cc: Lowell Hanson, L.G . Hanson Co. Chuck Watters , Watters Construction CRETE% �..., ...., ..�.., " P„N P. 0. Box 299 Lower Level — 3108 McHugh Drive Helena, Montana 59624 June 14, 1982 Mr. Chuck Watters Watters Construction 1122 Choteau Helena, MT 59601 RE: ELKHORN CREEK BRIDGE. Dear Chuck: Please try to schedule the completion of the referenced project at your earliest convenience. Very truly yours, CflVirta Lowell C. Hanson LCH:sh cc: Jefferson County Commissioners Mr. Jim Anderson L. C. HANSON COMPANY CONSULTING ENGINEERS &' SURVEYORS WAITERS CONSTRUCTION CO. 1122 CHOTEAU AVENUE • HELENA, MONTANA 59601 PHONES OFFICE: 442-9170 - 442-1077 - M E S S A G EL TO P e C/Z a -I DATE Q��L/'J,h 2/49∎3 {��// SUBJECT CsC-l :�IV.'vY\ iG/�-C4 L a ,;9 ,. Aril 070 36 52,,,- �S' /�Q473 42 -2 t � 09 go -- .tea �Z ase . ,,,,- ya L .¢j gifrAcia, r 04 ea 112 �� a, n R E P L Y BY X C : 4-24)(24B teLlatt 461-111--S. ' glued ISIGNED Form N-RII]©T+e D,�w�ng 9aartl,inc.,Bax 505. Odd.,:,�enea SEND WHITE INSTRUCTIONS TO RECEIVER: ND P I. KEEP YELLOW COPY. 2. SEND WHITE AND PINK COPIES WITH CARSON INTACT. 1.WRITE REPLY. 2. DETACH STUB, KEEP PINK COPY RETURN WHITE COPY TO SENDER. ¶ 1 _ q ` 'r _` J 'EFE• ER5ON COUNTY JOANNE P.McFARL4NE County Clerk and Recorder T I - Cler]- iY 1-1 [] .L\_j'.1 Order CARLA MATLACK Deputy =rte )Boulder, _Montana na 59632 - rlI ".� COMMISSIONERS: 1 June 24, 1983 Deltert M. Bullock,Chairman Basin sl Glen A.Stevens 't: Whitehall k"- I _ Douglas K.Schmitz Jefferson City Watters Construction Co. 1122 Choteau Avenue Helena , Montana 59601 Dear Sir: In reply to your letter of June 10, 1983 in which you were asking about the $40.87 due you for the Elkhorn Bridge contract, I had placed the check to the Miscellaneous tax division of the State Department of Revenue at the time it was issued pending the outcome of the inspection by the Commissioners . The Commissioners held up the acceptance until this spring and as a result, I forgot about it. I sent it in to the State with an explanation this morning as I didn 't have all the forms I needed when I got your letter and had to wait till they could send some. I humbly apologize for this problem. i ncerely, 71/ '.,,r County Cler and Recorder Enc: copy of check ���/ / �� Y V I RsUrO t Ljf 'II 1 4 L r (;: } , NIIMBC P IMO,P F I 1 nM — 1 I fINM r r1 tl IMRV Wq>PA II PAYEE N . Ili I I _ • Jefferson County, Boulder, Montana 59632 1 , � " 111: I l 1 DElsOR,uS snit!Rigor Drt•OS111Nr. r 1 i T WARRANT rPr " _ I Interest l .. Preienled and Regiiler�d l * p C'11 •T9_ s - JEFFERSON COUNTY • 1 ■ I NotroidfoiWantofFund., - boulder Montana//59532 41 u I r,_5- ,9 82 J�sasl:er ruNe I ;FOR 1% Watters Construction DATE ,. . 87 Ii\ ,�, Li t, J i , PAY State Dept. of Revenue ` ORDER Or ` ISIGNAIUI P 1 1 '. SIGPIAI1I10 _ _. .. I I I:092b10bL401: KEY ACCOUNT ": AMOUNT 101 Refund-Tax Roll � Your btll must be itemized on this form. 102 Refund-Other I Claim No , , , . Be sure to show date or dates of purchases. . . . . . . Make separate claims for Rums to be paid EXPENSE - /// 'ry from different funds. FUND Warrant Nor.,./. . {" 201 Co. Commissioners.. . . K7 JEFFERSON COUNTY, DR. 202 Clerk & Recorder 1 c1 / 1....`0 _ 203 Treasurer Y �<''" TO Watters Construction 205 State Examiner Name... ..�.<= e.:.r.,,lc.2` 207 Surveyor Address DATE or DATES 208 District Court of Purchases or ADDRESS 1122 Choteau AMOUNT 209 Sheriff Four Services Rendered Helena, MT 59601 " . WV 0�s, 'Filed 210 Attorney 7F.: 211 Justice Courts I have carefully examined Nov & Dec SEE ATTACHED REQUEST FOR PAYMENT NO. 3 $ 4,086 72 212 Coroner the within account and refer 1981 Construction of a bridge over Elkhorn Creek - 213 County Building the same to the Board of 9 213 Co. Building Grds Project No. 070362 214 Elections County Commissioners. 214 Air Port Approved for $ 215 Care of Insane 216 Board of Health Disapproved $ 218 Highway 219 Bridges 221 Shop County Clerk & Recorder 224 Office Expenses Al towed on General Fund -- $General Relief 226 Medical & HospitalAllowed on Road Fund $ .. 228 Co. Physician S 233 Burial & AmbulanceAllowed on Poor Fund .. . Allowed on Bridge Fund $.__.. 235 Care of Prisoners. . . . 236 Superintendent Allowed on Fund $ . 238 Fair 240 Public AdministratorDate - 241 Solid Waste 242 Industrial AccidentchaLrman The undersigned ays: That - 243 Unemployment Comp Amount of Bill $ 4,086 72 244 Gopher ` ,2,4� Federal Tax 246 Weed Control he is .... i 1(� < (Company or Corporation) State Tax 2461/2 Noxious Weed For value received I hereby the claimant mentioned herein 247 Burial of Soldiers. . . assign my right, title and and states the above amount Social Security 249 Co. Exten. Office. . ., interest in this claim, is correct, just, and due. Retirement 250 County Agent amounting to Insurance 253 Planning Board $ 47‘,7 tI punt Disapproved 254 Social Security-CP. . . 'lie 255 Retirement-CP SIGN HERE .p . . . . . !. :". .J. Amount Approved 256 Health Insurance-CP., to 257 Misc 258 Civil Defense of j ALL BILLS MUST BE FILED ON OR BEFORE THE 26TH OF EACH MONTH, OR PAYMENT 260 Insurance . MAY BE DEFERRED UNTIL THE FOLLOWING MONTH, T SE BLANKS WILL BE,. 263 Junk Vehicle $z �� r ° “. FURNISHED BY THE COUNTY IIIAUDT OR 2 " •4^w',: 49011! Mosquito,Control " PAYME`ii PEUUES ! W. 3 FROM November 23, 1981 _ __ O December 21, 1981 v. PROJECT NAME CONSTRUCTION OF A BRIDGEOVER ELKHORN CREEK LOCATION ELKHORN, MONTANA _ PROD. NO 070362 NAME OF CONTRACTOR WAITERS CONSTRUCTION CO_, INCADDRE HELENA._SS 1122 CHOTEAU AVE. . HENA MT. � 59601 HI i CHANGE ORDERS ! CONTRACT STATUS { Total Completed Uncompleted Per Cent No Description Amount 1 Amowit Amount Amount Complete t _ 0, 51,279.00 $50,279.00 $ 1 ,000.00 98% - - --jr I 1 its -t Total Change Orders I CONTRACT TO DATE INCLUDING CHANGE ORDERS 1 I TOTAL RETAINAGE $ COMPLETED TO DATE $ 51,279.00 ,f1 SECURITIES ON DEPOSIT $_` PLUS MATERIALS ON SITE $ 0.00 ' ADJUSTED RETAINAGE $ TOTAL COMPLETED TO DATE $ 51,279.00 H.C. *10% OR ADJUSTED RETAINAGE $ 1,000.00 *For use only when securities are on s1 deposit in lieu of 10'L retainage. TOTAL AMOUNT EARNED TO DATE $ 50,279.00 `I LESS PREVIOUS PAYMENTS $ 46,151.00 "' AMOUNT DUE THIS PAYMENT $ 4,128.00 LESS 1% TAX $ 41.28 !p,' TOTAL DUE CONTRACT $ 4,086.72 I certify that this claim is correct. rind just in all respects and that payment or Approved By. L. credit has not been received. WATTERS CONSTRUCTION CO. INC. JEFFERSON COUNTY COMMISSIONERS (Contractor) Owner a ! LESLIE SODORFF Date _d P _1g� — RECOMMENDED BY: L. C. HINSON CO. DELBERT BULLOCK (EngiA;eer) €- BY It.t_ ' C •' /i 4 Date e,10. 2 , 4467/ GLEN STEVENS Page 1 of 2 1 117 ONSTRUCTION OF A BRIDGE OVER ELKHORN CREEK j " ITEMIZATION OF QUANTITIES AND COSTS i [ UNIT WORK COST PERCENT ti TEM DESCRIPTION QUANTITY PRICE COMPLETED COMPLETED COMPLETE I TO DATE WORK 1 MAINTAIN AND REMOVE L.S. $ 2,000.00 100% $ 2,000.00 100% : DETOUR 2 STRUCTURE EXCAVATION - 230 C.Y. 5.00 230 C.Y. 1,150.00 100% 1. i. TYPE 1 I3; 3 CONCRETE CLASS AD I 63.5 C.Y. 300.00 63.5 C.Y. 19,050.00 95% irk ,/r4 REINFORCING STEEL 5970 LBS. 0.70 5970 LBS. 4,179.00 100% I5 BRIDGE BEAMS & DECK { L.S. I 10,000.00 100% 10,000.00 100% Ii COMPLETE /ill .-, f6 GALVANIZED STEEL BRIDGE 38 L.F. 50.00 38 L.F. 1,900.00 100% RAIL 14 7 APPROACH GUARD RAIL 200 L.F. 30.00 200 L.F. 6,000.00 100% n ;' 8 UNCLASSIFIED EXCAVATION 850 C.Y. 2.00 850 C.Y. 1,700.00 100% " a.' l'' R 9 UNCLASSIFIED BORROW 100 C.Y. 8.00 100 C. Y. 800.00 100% gj It •I10 RANDOM RIPRAP CLASS II 200 C. Y. 12.00 200 C.Y. 2,400.00 100% 1. ;b$1 PIT RUN GRAVEL - 2" MINUS 140 C.Y. 15.00 140 C.Y. 2,100.00 100% A $ 51,279.00 98% '" 4 j f II hi r t T Page 2 of 2 1 alai- DEPARTMENT OF REVENUE USE ONLY STATE OF MONTANA P �% -��t�Zo DEPARTMENT OF REVENUE i 5 —1.,T ar73; ;W:. GROSS RECEIPTS WITHHOLDING REPORT • The agency or contractor must, in accordance with Section 84-3505, R.C.M. 1947, withhold one percent (1%) of incremental payments due the contractor or subcontractor. Amounts withheld from a prime contractor must be forwarded with this report to the Department of Revenue. Amounts withheld from subcontractors must be reported on this form so that proper allocation of credit can be made from prime contractor's account to the subcontractor. Contract Awarded By (Agency or Prime Contractor) MAIL TO: Jefferson County Miscellaneous Tax Division Name P.O. Box 115 Department of Revenue Address -- - -- ---' Mitchell Building Boulder, Montana 59632 Helena, Montana 59601 Contract Awarded To (Prime or Sub-Contractor) Montana Public Contractor's License Number Watters Construction Co. s Name — CTdss A 1229 2 1122 Choteau Avenue Contract Award Date Address Helena, Montana 59601 September 3, 1981 5 Contract Number/Official Designation. 070362 6 Month and year increment payment earned. April , 1982 7 Gross amount due contractor or sub-contractor at the time of this report. $4086.72 8 Amount withhold (1% of line 7), If payment made to prime contractor, remittance must accompany report. 40.87 9 Net amount paid contractor or sub-contractor at the time of this report. 4045.85 Chock proper box for type of report being tiled: x� Remittance attached for credit to prime contractor's account 10 Subcontractor Allocation. Authorization to transfer credit to sub-contractor. Failure of prime contractor to tile a distribution report within thirty (30) days of payment will result in a 10% penalty. Date payment made to sub-contractor 4/5/82 Location and brief description of work being performed: This was an after contract type of thing when it was discovered that some more work had to be done with the beams, etc. We never did find out just what it was all about, I had put the warrant up waiting to see if at last -- the project 11 was finished and the Commissioners said something was unsatisfactory. I am sorry I forgot all about it when Mr. Watters wrote and wanted to know what happened to his $40.87. I am sending a copy of the former papers I had sent to you on this matter and hopefully, they will explain more the contract. Clerk and Recorder, Jefferson County Agency or Prime Contractor . REPORT SUBMITTED BY Authorized Representative Date AWARD AUTHORIZATION nn BC-2 Rev 5/76 "Lsr lox Div. • • 40 •