Total Bid for asbestos abatement ONLY $ Total Bid for building demolition* ONLY $ Total Bid for asbestos abatement AND building demolition* $

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TRUSTEES Gary Britten Craig LaHote Robert Mack

Perrysburg Township, Established 1823 26609 Lime City Road Phone: 419.872.8861

Perrysburg, Ohio 43551 Fax: 419.872.8889

www.perrysburgtownship.us

FISCAL OFFICER Shirley A. Haar

ADMINISTRATOR Walter J. Celley

Request For Proposals (RFP) Asbestos Abatement and/or Building Demolition P57-400-100000014000, 15000, 16000, 17000, 18000 Lime City Road (.1 miles North of Route 20) (41.536758, -83.568213) Perrysburg Township is seeking to abate the asbestos in the structure at the aforementioned property and subsequently demolish said structure. Enclosed are two Requests for Proposals (RFP). Please refer to these RFPs for detailed instructions. Interested bidders have three options: 1. Bid for the asbestos abatement only 2. Bid for the building demolition only 3. Bid for BOTH asbestos abatement AND building demolition Interested bidders must send this cover sheet with their RFPs indicating which options they are bidding. This project is not subject to competitive bidding. All bids are due to Walt Celley, [email protected], no later than May 28, 2013 at 2:00 p.m. Total Bid for asbestos abatement ONLY Total Bid for building demolition* ONLY Total Bid for asbestos abatement AND building demolition*

$ $ $

*Please indicate which options the building demolition bid includes: Option 1: Complete foundation removal Option 2: Remove foundation 18’’ below final grade level Option 3: Remove septic pit Option 4: Collapse and fill septic pit BIDDERS NAME & ADDRESS ____________________________________________________

DATE: ________________________

____________________________________________________ ____________________________________________________ ____________________________________________________

SIGNATURE: _______________________________________

Perrysburg Township, Established 1823 26609 Lime City Road Phone: 419.872.8861

Perrysburg, Ohio 43551 Fax: 419.872.8889

www.perrysburgtownship.us

TRUSTEES Gary Britten Craig LaHote Robert Mack

FISCAL OFFICER Shirley A. Haar

ADMINISTRATOR Walter J. Celley

Request For Proposals (RFP) Asbestos Abatement P57-400-100000014000, 15000, 16000, 17000, 18000 Lime City Road (.1 miles North of Route 20) (41.536758, -83.568213) Perrysburg Township is seeking a qualified environmental professional or qualified firm to conduct asbestos abatement of the structure on the aforementioned property; the structure was once the site of Lime City School (for site photos refer to Attachment B). A predemolition asbestos survey was completed by Patriot Engineering & Environmental, Inc. and the results are included as Attachment A of this RFP. Scope of Services: Contractors interested in obtaining a contract with Perrysburg Township for providing asbestos abatement shall prepare a written bid to include, but not limited to, the following:  A quote on the removal of the asbestos identified in the asbestos survey report (Attachment A).  Removal and disposition of asbestos shall be in accordance with industrial standards as well as all Federal, State, and local regulations.  All materials identified as asbestos containing must be removed and disposed of by properly trained personnel. Insurance The successful contractor shall provide a certificate of insurance to Perrysburg Township to prove that the contractor has liability coverage for not less than One Hundred Thousand Dollars ($100,000) for property damage, Five Hundred Thousand ($500,000) to any person for any number of claims arising out of a single occurrence for all damages other than property, and an aggregate of One Million Dollars ($1,000,000) for all claims arising out of a single occurrence. The contractor must also provide proof of Workers Compensation insurance or proof that the contractor is otherwise fully complying with the Workers Compensation laws of the State of Ohio. Declaration Regarding Material Assistance/Nonassistance to a Terrorist Organization (DMA) Affidavit Ohio Revised Code Section 2909.21 Terrorism requires that any contract that will result in a bidder receiving funding in an aggregate amount greater than $100,000 annually shall certify that it does not provide material assistance to any organization on the United States Department of State Terrorist exclusion list. Included with the bid, the bidder shall complete the DMA Form. Affixing a signature on the DMA of the bid, the bidder certifies that it does not provide material assistance to any organization on the list, and that failure 1 RFP_Asbestos Abatement

to complete the form or answer “yes” to any question shall serve for the purposes of this affidavit as a disclosure of the provision of assistance to an organization that is listed on the terrorist exclusion list: (http://www.homelandsecurity.ohio.gov/dma_terrorist/Terrorist_exclusion_list.pdf ). Content and Format of Proposals: The bidders interested in this project shall submit one (1) PDF copy of the proposal package to meet the requirements below. The proposal package shall include, but not be limited to, the following: 1. Provide an itemized fee schedule for the requested services. Any suggested additional services may be listed separately with reasons for suggestion clearly stated. 2. Provide a written statement outlining the timeline as well as an estimated completion date. 3. Please list clients, including name and addresses, for which your company has completed similar work in the last two years. 4. Include a brief background information on your company, including the closest office location to the aforementioned property site for this project. Proposals are DUE Tuesday May 28, 2013 at 2:00 p.m. Questions can be directed to Walt Celley, Township Administrator. Proposals shall be emailed to Mr. Celley at [email protected]

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April 26, 2013

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Mr. Walter J. Celley Perrysburg Township, Administrator 26609 Lime City Road Perrysburg, Ohio 43551 Re:

Pre-Demolition Asbestos Survey Former Lime City School Lime City Road (0.1 miles North of Route 20) Perrysburg, Ohio 43551 Patriot Project No. 4-13-0467

Dear Mr. Celley: Patriot Engineering and Environmental Inc. (Patriot) is pleased to provide you with the results of the pre-demolition asbestos survey for the Former Lime City School located on Lime City Road in Perrysburg, Ohio (Site). The following presents details of the scope of work performed. ASBESTOS BACKGROUND INFORMATION The pre-demolition asbestos survey was performed on April 18, 2013 by Susan Blackmore (License #ES35555 – expiration date of November 13, 2013). Suspect asbestos containing materials (ACMs) were collected at the request of Mr. Celley, and all work was performed in accordance with the following regulatory statutes and memorandums: 



United States Environmental Protection Agency (U.S. EPA) / Asbestos Hazard Emergency Response Act (AHERA) "Guidance for Controlling Asbestos Containing Material in Buildings" (EPA 560 / 6-85-024, June 1985) National Emission Standards for Hazardous Air Pollutants - Asbestos Demolition, Renovation and Waste Disposal; 40 CFR 61, Subpart M.

1000‐B Airport North Office Park, Fort Wayne, Indiana 46825  (260) 490‐1112    (260) 490‐2071 FAX    www.patrioteng.com   

Offices in Indianapolis, Evansville, Fort Wayne, Lafayette, and Terre Haute, IN,  Louisville, KY, Dayton / Cincinnati, OH, Nashville, TN, and Carmi, IL 

Perrysburg Township Pre-Demolition Asbestos Survey Former Lime City School, Perrysburg, Ohio





April 26, 2013 Patriot Project No. 4-13-0467

The Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) - Safety and Health Standards for the Construction Industry 29 CFR part 1926.62, Subpart D. Ohio Administrative Code (OAC) Chapter 3745-20, Asbestos Emission Control.

ASBESTOS INSPECTION PROTOCOL The identification of ACMs was accomplished through a visual evaluation of suspect building materials, bulk sampling, and laboratory analysis. Personal Protective Equipment (PPE) and wet sampling methods were utilized throughout the inspection process and all suspect materials were examined to determine condition and friability. The scope of work for the pre-demolition asbestos survey included the following activities:    

Conducting a visual site survey to determine potential ACM and to define homogenous areas. Determining an accurate number of bulk samples to be collected based on information obtained from the visual survey. Collecting bulk samples from suspect ACM based on the visual survey. Laboratory Analysis.

Following the completion of sample collection activities, the bulk samples were delivered to a qualified laboratory along with the appropriate chain-of-custody (COC) documentation. The bulk samples were analyzed utilizing U.S. EPA “Interim Method For The Determination of Asbestos In Bulk Insulation Samples” (Method 600/R-93/116). According to the U.S. EPA and OSHA, “Any material or product containing greater than one percent (>1%) asbestos is designated as an asbestos containing material”. ASBESTOS SAMPLING Twenty four (24) bulk samples were collected and submitted for multi-layered Polarized Light Microscopy (PLM) laboratory analysis of twenty-eight (28) layers. Laboratory analysis of the samples indicates that the following materials are asbestos containing: 

Red/brown 9”x9” floor tile as found on the first floor – 4% Chrysotile and approximately 5,000 square feet (SF)

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April 26, 2013 Patriot Project No. 4-13-0467

Black mastic associated with the red/brown 9”x9” floor tile as found on the first floor – 5% Chrysotile and approximately 5,000 SF Window glazing as found on the exterior windows – 2% Chrysotile and approximately 500 linear feet (LF) Thermal system insulation as found on pipe runs within the basement – 15% Amosite and approximately 800 LF Thermal System Insulation (Air Cell) as found on a vertical pipe within the basement – 40% Chrysotile and approximately 5 LF Thermal System Insulation as found on an elbow within the basement – 5% Chrysotile, 10% Amosite and approximately 5 elbows. Thermal System Insulation as found on an elbow within the basement – 10% Chrysotile, 10% Amosite and approximately 5 elbows.

For full analytical laboratory data and COC documentation please refer to the Attachment A. Site Photographs are provided as Attachment B. CONCLUSIONS AND RECOMMENDATIONS The results of the pre-demolition asbestos survey indicate that the red/brown 9” x 9” floor tile and associated black mastic throughout the first floor, the window glazing on the exterior windows, and thermal system insulation on pipe runs and elbows throughout the basement were identified with a percentage of asbestos that is >1%. The asbestos containing thermal system insulation is considered regulated asbestos containing material (RACM). Therefore, this material must be removed and properly disposed of by an Ohio Department of Health (ODH) licensed asbestos abatement contractor prior to demolition activities. The estimated cost of the thermal system insulation abatement work is $17.00 per linear foot ($13,685) with an additional $1,500 for the abatement work on the elbows, thus totaling an estimated cost of $15,185. The floor tile and the window glazing is considered Category I non-friable materials and may remain within the building during traditional demolition (bull dozer, excavator, etc). In addition, no special considerations for asbestos disposal need to occur. Please note that if traditional demolition does not occur, and if activities such as chipping, cutting, sawing, grinding, or abrading occur on these materials, Patriot recommends utilizing the services of a licensed asbestos abatement contractor to remove and dispose of these materials prior to demolition.

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April 26, 2013 Patriot Project No. 4-13-0467

Patriot did not assess the roof of the building and did not sample all of the roofing materials. A sample of the roofing material that was detached from the building was sampled and determined to be non-asbestos containing. The roofing material is considered Category I material that can be left in place during demolition and disposed of as general construction debris. An ODH licensed asbestos abatement contractor must conduct abatement work related to friable materials in accordance with federal and state regulatory requirements. The owner/operator of the building or the demolition contractor must submit a notification to the Ohio EPA and ODH ten business days prior to the start of abatement activities if certain quantity thresholds are exceeded. The ODH abatement notification is required once a total threshold of greater than 50 square feet or 50 linear feet of friable ACM is being removed per project. The EPA notification is required once a total threshold of 160 square feet or 260 linear feet of friable materials are being removed per facility. Based upon the estimated linear footage of TSI, a notification is required. Patriot made a good faith effort to identify RACM throughout the building. The asbestos inspection did not include identification of materials which may be concealed, such as between walls or buried. If suspect RACM not identified in this report are encountered during demolition activities, Patriot should be contacted for inspection and possible sampling for laboratory analysis. QUALIFICATIONS OF ASSESSMENT Our professional services have been performed, our findings obtained and our recommendations prepared in accordance with customary principles and practices in the fields of environmental science and engineering. This warranty is in lieu of all other warranties either expressed or implied. This company is not responsible for the independent conclusions, opinions or recommendations made by others based on the field exploration and information research presented in this report. In addition, this report is intended for the sole use of the Perrysburg Township. Any use or re-use of this document or the findings, conclusions, or recommendations presented herein are at the sole risk of said user.

Patriot Engineering and Environmental, Inc.

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April 26, 2013 Patriot Project No. 4-13-0467

We trust that this submittal is responsive to your needs. Please do not hesitate to contact us if you should have any questions or require additional information regarding the contents of this report. Sincerely, Patriot Engineering and Environmental, Inc.

Susan Blackmore Project Manager Environmental Division

Scott L. Dombrowski Senior Project Manager Environmental Division

Attachment A:

Asbestos Bulk Sample Data Sheet, Laboratory Analysis, and Chain-of-Custody

Attachment B:

Site Photographs

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ATTACHMENT A ASBESTOS BULK SAMPLE DATA SHEET, LABORATORY ANALYSIS, AND CHAIN-OF-CUSTODY

PROJECT NAME: Former Lime City School- Perrysburg PROJECT NUMBER: 4-13-0467 COLLECTED BY: Susan Blackmore ANALYZED BY: EMSL

PATRIOT ENGINEERING and ENVIRONMENTAL, INC

DATE ANALYZED: 4/25/2013

1000-B Airport Office Park North Fort Wayne, Indiana 46825 260-490-1112 - office

Asbestos Homogeneous Area (HA) Bulk Sample Data Sheet

260-490-2071 - fax

Sample No.

HA Description

Type of ACBM (1)

Approx. Quantity (Entire HA) (2)

Friable? (Y/N)

Damage (N,L,M,H) (3)

HA No.

Sampling Location

Asbestos Content

FT-01A

9" x 9" Floor Tile (Red/Brown) with Black Mastic

MISC

5,000 SF

N

H

1

Hallway

Floor Tile= 4% Chrysotile, Mastic = 5% Chrysotile

FT-01B

9" x 9" Floor Tile (Red/Brown) with Black Mastic

MISC

5,000 SF

N

L

1

Kitchen

Not Analyzed

FT-01C

9" x 9" Floor Tile (Red/Brown) with Black Mastic

MISC

5,000 SF

N

M

1

Room 102

Not Analyzed

CT-01A

1' x 1' Ceiling Tile (White)

MISC

2,500 SF

Y

N

2

Room 102

None Detected

CT-01B

1' x 1' Ceiling Tile (White)

MISC

2,500 SF

Y

N

2

Room 104

None Detected

CT-01C

1' x 1' Ceiling Tile (White)

MISC

2,500 SF

Y

N

2

Room 101

None Detected

CTX-01A

Ceiling Texture (White)

SM

200 SF

Y

N

3

Kitchen

None Detected

CTX-01B

Ceiling Texture (White)

SM

200 SF

Y

N

3

Front Restroom

None Detected

CTX-01C

Ceiling Texture (White)

SM

200 SF

Y

N

3

Women's Restroom

None Detected

WG-01A

Windows Glazing (White)

MISC

500 LF

N

L

4

West Window

2% Chrysotile

WG-01B

Windows Glazing (White)

MISC

500 LF

N

L

4

West Window

Not Analyzed

WG-01C

Windows Glazing (White)

MISC

500 LF

N

L

4

East Window

Not Analyzed

PC-01A

Pipe Cloth (White)

TSI

20 LF

Y

N

5

Basement Boiler Room

None Detected

PC-01B

Pipe Cloth (White)

TSI

20 LF

Y

N

5

Basement Boiler Room

None Detected

PC-01C PC 01C

Pipe Cloth (White)

TSI

20 LF

Y

N

5

Basement Boiler Room

None Detected

TSI-01A

Thermal System Insulation (White)

TSI

800 LF

Y

H

6

Basement Boiler Room - on Pipe

15% Amosite

TSI-01B

Thermal System Insulation (White)

TSI

800 LF

Y

H

6

Basement Crawl 1- on Pipe

Not Analyzed

TSI-01C

Thermal System Insulation (White)

TSI

800 LF

Y

H

6

Basement Crawl 2- on Pipe

Not Analyzed

TSI-02A

Thermal System Insulation (Air Cell, Grey)

TSI

5 LF

Y

H

7

Basement Boiler Room - on Pipe

40% Chrysotile

TSI 02B TSI-02B

Thermal System Insulation (Air Cell Cell, Grey)

TSI

5 LF

Y

H

7

Basement Boiler Room - on Pipe

Not Analyzed

TSI-02C

Thermal System Insulation (Air Cell, Grey)

TSI

5 LF

Y

H

7

Basement Boiler Room - on Pipe

Not Analyzed

TSI-03A

Thermal System Insulation (White) on Elbow

TSI

1 SF

Y

M

8

Basement Crawl 1- on Elbow

TSI-04A

Thermal System Insulation (White) on Elbow

TSI

1 SF

Y

M

9

Basement Crawl 2- on Elbow

10% Chrysotile, 10% Amosite

RM-01A

Roofing Material (Black)

MISC

6,000 SF

N

N

10

Exterior

None Detected

1 - SM = Surfacing Material; TSI = Thermal System Insulation; MISC. = Miscellaneous Material 2 - SF = Square Feet; LF = Linear Feet 3 - N = None; L = Low; M = Medium; H = High

5% Chrysotile, Amosite

10%

EMSL Analytical, Inc. 2001 East 52nd St., Indianapolis, IN 46205

Susan Blackmore Patriot Eng. & Environ. 1000 Airport North Office Park Suite B Fort Wayne, IN 46825

Project:

161305831

CustomerID:

PATR63

CustomerPO:

Phone/Fax: (317) 803-2997 / (317) 803-3047 http://www.emsl.com [email protected]

Attn:

EMSL Order:

ProjectID:

Phone:

(260) 490-1112

Fax:

(260) 490-2071

Received:

04/22/13 9:45 AM

Analysis Date:

4/25/2013

Collected:

4/18/2013

4-13-0467 Perrysburg Township

Test Report: Asbestos Analysis of Bulk Materials via EPA 600/R-93/116 and/or EPA 600/M4-82-020 Method(s) using Polarized Light Microscopy Non-Asbestos Sample

Description

FT-01A-Floor Tile 161305831-0001

FT-01A-Mastic 161305831-0001A

Appearance

%

Fibrous

Asbestos

% Non-Fibrous

% Type

Red Non-Fibrous Homogeneous

96% Non-fibrous (other)

4% Chrysotile

Black Non-Fibrous Homogeneous

95% Non-fibrous (other)

5% Chrysotile

FT-01B

Stop Positive (Not Analyzed)

161305831-0002

FT-01C

Stop Positive (Not Analyzed)

161305831-0003

CT-01A 161305831-0004

CT-01B 161305831-0005

CT-01C 161305831-0006

CTX-01A-Finish Coat 161305831-0007

Brown/White Fibrous Homogeneous

95% Cellulose

5% Non-fibrous (other)

None Detected

Brown/White Fibrous Homogeneous

95% Cellulose

5% Non-fibrous (other)

None Detected

Brown/White Fibrous Heterogeneous

95% Cellulose

5% Non-fibrous (other)

None Detected

100% Non-fibrous (other)

None Detected

White Non-Fibrous Homogeneous

Inseparable paint / coating layer included in analysis

Analyst(s) Craig Nixon (20)

Richard Harding, Laboratory Manager or other approved signatory

EMSL maintains liability limited to cost of analysis. This report relates only to the samples reported and may not be reproduced, except in full, without written approval by EMSL. EMSL bears no responsibility for sample collection activities or analytical method limitations. Interpretation and use of test results are the responsibility of the client. This report must not be used by the client to claim product certification, approval, or endorsement by NVLAP, NIST or any agency of the federal government. Non-friable organically bound materials present a problem matrix and therefore EMSL recommends gravimetric reduction prior to analysis. Samples received in good condition unless otherwise noted. Estimated accuracy, precision and uncertainty data available upon request. Reporting limit is 1% Samples analyzed by EMSL Analytical, Inc. Indianapolis, IN NVLAP Lab Code 200188-0, AZ0939, CA 2575, CO AL-15132, TX 300262

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EMSL Analytical, Inc. 2001 East 52nd St., Indianapolis, IN 46205

Susan Blackmore Patriot Eng. & Environ. 1000 Airport North Office Park Suite B Fort Wayne, IN 46825

Project:

161305831

CustomerID:

PATR63

CustomerPO:

Phone/Fax: (317) 803-2997 / (317) 803-3047 http://www.emsl.com [email protected]

Attn:

EMSL Order:

ProjectID:

Phone:

(260) 490-1112

Fax:

(260) 490-2071

Received:

04/22/13 9:45 AM

Analysis Date:

4/25/2013

Collected:

4/18/2013

4-13-0467 Perrysburg Township

Test Report: Asbestos Analysis of Bulk Materials via EPA 600/R-93/116 and/or EPA 600/M4-82-020 Method(s) using Polarized Light Microscopy Non-Asbestos Sample

Description

CTX-01A-Base Coat 161305831-0007A

CTX-01B-Finish Coat 161305831-0008

Appearance

%

Fibrous

Asbestos

% Non-Fibrous

Gray Non-Fibrous Homogeneous

20% Quartz

White Non-Fibrous

20% Quartz

% Type None Detected

80% Non-fibrous (other) None Detected

80% Non-fibrous (other)

Homogeneous Inseparable paint / coating layer included in analysis

CTX-01B-Base Coat 161305831-0008A

CTX-01C-Finish Coat 161305831-0009

Gray Non-Fibrous Homogeneous White Non-Fibrous

100% Non-fibrous (other)

20% Quartz

None Detected

None Detected

80% Non-fibrous (other)

Homogeneous Inseparable paint / coating layer included in analysis

CTX-01C-Base Coat 161305831-0009A

WG-01A 161305831-0010

Gray Non-Fibrous Homogeneous

20% Quartz

None Detected

Tan/White Non-Fibrous Homogeneous

98% Non-fibrous (other)

80% Non-fibrous (other) 2% Chrysotile

Inseparable paint / coating layer included in analysis

WG-01B

Stop Positive (Not Analyzed)

161305831-0011

Analyst(s) Craig Nixon (20)

Richard Harding, Laboratory Manager or other approved signatory

EMSL maintains liability limited to cost of analysis. This report relates only to the samples reported and may not be reproduced, except in full, without written approval by EMSL. EMSL bears no responsibility for sample collection activities or analytical method limitations. Interpretation and use of test results are the responsibility of the client. This report must not be used by the client to claim product certification, approval, or endorsement by NVLAP, NIST or any agency of the federal government. Non-friable organically bound materials present a problem matrix and therefore EMSL recommends gravimetric reduction prior to analysis. Samples received in good condition unless otherwise noted. Estimated accuracy, precision and uncertainty data available upon request. Reporting limit is 1% Samples analyzed by EMSL Analytical, Inc. Indianapolis, IN NVLAP Lab Code 200188-0, AZ0939, CA 2575, CO AL-15132, TX 300262

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EMSL Analytical, Inc. 2001 East 52nd St., Indianapolis, IN 46205

Susan Blackmore Patriot Eng. & Environ. 1000 Airport North Office Park Suite B Fort Wayne, IN 46825

Project:

161305831

CustomerID:

PATR63

CustomerPO:

Phone/Fax: (317) 803-2997 / (317) 803-3047 http://www.emsl.com [email protected]

Attn:

EMSL Order:

ProjectID:

Phone:

(260) 490-1112

Fax:

(260) 490-2071

Received:

04/22/13 9:45 AM

Analysis Date:

4/25/2013

Collected:

4/18/2013

4-13-0467 Perrysburg Township

Test Report: Asbestos Analysis of Bulk Materials via EPA 600/R-93/116 and/or EPA 600/M4-82-020 Method(s) using Polarized Light Microscopy Non-Asbestos Sample

Description

Appearance

%

Fibrous

Asbestos

% Non-Fibrous

% Type

WG-01C

Stop Positive (Not Analyzed)

161305831-0012

PC-01A 161305831-0013

PC-01B 161305831-0014

PC-01C 161305831-0015

TSI-01A 161305831-0016

White Fibrous Homogeneous White Fibrous Homogeneous White Fibrous Homogeneous

95% Glass

5% Cellulose

5% Non-fibrous (other)

None Detected

10% Non-fibrous (other)

None Detected

5% Non-fibrous (other)

None Detected

85% Glass 95% Glass

White Fibrous Homogeneous

85% Non-fibrous (other)

TSI-01B

15% Amosite

Stop Positive (Not Analyzed)

161305831-0017

TSI-01C

Stop Positive (Not Analyzed)

161305831-0018

TSI-02A 161305831-0019

Gray Fibrous Homogeneous

40% Cellulose

20% Non-fibrous (other)

40% Chrysotile

Analyst(s) Craig Nixon (20)

Richard Harding, Laboratory Manager or other approved signatory

EMSL maintains liability limited to cost of analysis. This report relates only to the samples reported and may not be reproduced, except in full, without written approval by EMSL. EMSL bears no responsibility for sample collection activities or analytical method limitations. Interpretation and use of test results are the responsibility of the client. This report must not be used by the client to claim product certification, approval, or endorsement by NVLAP, NIST or any agency of the federal government. Non-friable organically bound materials present a problem matrix and therefore EMSL recommends gravimetric reduction prior to analysis. Samples received in good condition unless otherwise noted. Estimated accuracy, precision and uncertainty data available upon request. Reporting limit is 1% Samples analyzed by EMSL Analytical, Inc. Indianapolis, IN NVLAP Lab Code 200188-0, AZ0939, CA 2575, CO AL-15132, TX 300262

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EMSL Analytical, Inc. 2001 East 52nd St., Indianapolis, IN 46205

Susan Blackmore Patriot Eng. & Environ. 1000 Airport North Office Park Suite B Fort Wayne, IN 46825

Project:

161305831

CustomerID:

PATR63

CustomerPO:

Phone/Fax: (317) 803-2997 / (317) 803-3047 http://www.emsl.com [email protected]

Attn:

EMSL Order:

ProjectID:

Phone:

(260) 490-1112

Fax:

(260) 490-2071

Received:

04/22/13 9:45 AM

Analysis Date:

4/25/2013

Collected:

4/18/2013

4-13-0467 Perrysburg Township

Test Report: Asbestos Analysis of Bulk Materials via EPA 600/R-93/116 and/or EPA 600/M4-82-020 Method(s) using Polarized Light Microscopy Non-Asbestos Sample

Description

Appearance

%

Fibrous

Asbestos

% Non-Fibrous

% Type

TSI-02B

Stop Positive (Not Analyzed)

161305831-0020

TSI-02C

Stop Positive (Not Analyzed)

161305831-0021

TSI-03A 161305831-0022

TSI-04A 161305831-0023

RM-01A 161305831-0024

Gray Fibrous Homogeneous

85% Non-fibrous (other)

Gray Fibrous Homogeneous

80% Non-fibrous (other)

Black Fibrous Heterogeneous

5% Chrysotile 10% Amosite 10% Chrysotile 10% Amosite

15% Glass

85% Non-fibrous (other)

None Detected

Analyst(s) Craig Nixon (20)

Richard Harding, Laboratory Manager or other approved signatory

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ATTACHMENT B SITE PHOTOGRAPHS

1) View of on-Site building.

2) View of on-Site utility shed.

3) View of interior of utility shed. No suspect asbestos containing material was noted inside the shed.

4) View of 9” x 9” asbestos containing floor tiles in hallway.

Site Photographs Former Lime City School, Perrysburg, Ohio 4-13-0467

5) View of non-asbestos containing ceiling texture in restroom.

6) View of asbestos containing window glazing.

7) View of damaged, asbestos containing thermal system insulation on pipes in crawl space 1 in basement.

8) View of damaged, asbestos containing thermal system insulation on pipes in basement chiller room.

Site Photographs Former Lime City School, Perrysburg, Ohio 4-13-0467

9) View of asbestos containing thermal system insulation in basement boiler room.

10) View of non-asbestos containing pipe cloth over fiberglass insulated piping located in basement boiler room.

11) View of asbestos containing thermal system insulation in basement boiler room showing air cell on the far right vertical pipe.

12) View of damaged, asbestos containing thermal system insulation and debris in crawl space 2 in basement.

Site Photographs Former Lime City School, Perrysburg, Ohio 4-13-0467

Perrysburg Township, Established 1823 26609 Lime City Road Phone: 419.872.8861

Perrysburg, Ohio 43551 Fax: 419.872.8889

www.perrysburgtownship.us

TRUSTEES Gary Britten Craig LaHote Robert Mack

FISCAL OFFICER Shirley A. Haar

ADMINISTRATOR Walter J. Celley

Request For Proposals (RFP) Building Demolition P57-400-100000014000, 15000, 16000, 17000, 18000 Lime City Road (.1 miles North of Route 20) (41.536758, -83.568213) Perrysburg Township is seeking proposals for the demolition of the structure on the aforementioned property; the structure was once the site of Lime City School. Structure may be physically inspected on May 21, 2013 between 9:00 a.m. and 3:00 p.m.

Septic System Pit: 7’x10’ 8’ deep 1,000- 1,500 gal

Old school structure to be demolished

Utility shed to be left untouched

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Scope of Services: Contractors interested in obtaining a contract with Perrysburg Township for providing building demolition shall prepare a written bid to include, but not limited to, the following: 1. The contractor shall leave the utility shed on the property untouched but shall remove the old school structure including all items within the building, exterior foundation walls (per Option 1 or 2*), removal of all other walls, partitions, beams, or other projections, basement floors and all footings. In addition, all concrete walkways, steps, miscellaneous shrubbery, etc. will be removed. 2. All utilities and wires (gas, electric, water, sewer, and telephone) shall be disconnected per rules/regulations of authorities having jurisdiction. 3. The contractor will be responsible for pulling and paying for all necessary permits 4. The contractor will take whatever steps necessary to monitor the road for debris. 5. Upon completion of demolition, sufficient filling and grading shall be done to bring the area up to a grade level to ensure positive drainage. 6. All rubbish or debris resulting from demolition work shall be removed from the premises during and or upon the completion of work, leaving the site area acceptable to Perrysburg Township. 7. The contractor will provide receipts certifying disposal of materials at a legal landfill or recycling center (where applicable). 8. Owner intends to retain paved parking area for future use. Reasonable measures shall be taken to avoid damage to pavement. 9. Contractor to remove septic system per Option 3 or 4* * Option 1: Complete foundation removal Option 2: Remove foundation 18’’ below final grade level

Option 3: Remove septic pit Option 4: Collapse and fill septic pit

Insurance The successful contractor shall provide a certificate of insurance to Perrysburg Township to prove that the contractor has liability coverage for not less than One Hundred Thousand Dollars ($100,000) for property damage, Five Hundred Thousand ($500,000) to any person for any number of claims arising out of a single occurrence for all damages other than property, and an aggregate of One Million Dollars ($1,000,000) for all claims arising out of a single occurrence. The contractor must also provide proof of Workers Compensation insurance or proof that the contractor is otherwise fully complying with the Workers Compensation laws of the State of Ohio. Declaration Regarding Material Assistance/Nonassistance to a Terrorist Organization (DMA) Affidavit Ohio Revised Code Section 2909.21 Terrorism requires that any contract that will result in a bidder receiving funding in an aggregate amount greater than $100,000 annually shall certify that it does not provide material assistance to any organization on the United States Department of State Terrorist exclusion list. Included with the bid, the bidder shall complete the DMA Form. Affixing a signature on the DMA of the bid, the bidder certifies that it does not provide material assistance to any organization on the list, and that failure to complete the form or answer “yes” to any question shall serve for the purposes of this RFP_Bldg_Demolition

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affidavit as a disclosure of the provision of assistance to an organization that is listed on the terrorist exclusion list: (http://www.homelandsecurity.ohio.gov/dma_terrorist/Terrorist_exclusion_list.pdf ). Content and Format of Proposals: The bidders interested in this project shall submit one (1) PDF copy of the proposal package to meet the requirements below. The proposal package shall include, but not be limited to, the following: 1. Provide an itemized fee schedule for the requested services; include any and all costs associated with service, materials, permits, etc.) Any suggested additional services may be listed separately with reasons for suggestion clearly stated. 2. Provide a written statement outlining the timeline as well as an estimated completion date. 3. Please list clients, including name and addresses, for which your company has completed similar work in the last two years. 4. Include a brief background information on your company, including the closest office location to the aforementioned property site for this project. 5. Terrorist Affidavit Forms Declaration non-assistance to a terrorist organization Proposals are DUE Tuesday May 28, 2013 at 2:00 p.m. Questions can be directed to Walt Celley, Township Administrator. Proposals shall be emailed to Walt Celley at [email protected]

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