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Excel Landscape, Inc. A2017-257A2017-257 MAINTENANCE AINTENANCE AGREEMENT BETWEEN THE CITY OF CHINO HILLS AND EXCEL LANDSCAPE, INC. THIS MAINTENANCE AGREEMENT ("Agreement") Is made and entered into this 28th day of November, 2017, by and between the CITY OF CHINO HILLS, a general law city and municipal corporation ("CITY") and EXCEL LANDSCAPE, INC. ("CONTRACTOR"). The Parties agree as follows: 1. CONSIDERATION A. As partial consideration, CONTRACTOR agrees to perform the work listed in the SCOPE OF SERVICES, below; B. As additional consideration, CONTRACTOR and CITY agree to abide by the terms and conditions contained in this Agreement C. As additional consideration, CITY agrees to pay CONTRACTOR an amount not to exceed $5,8/36,685.56 set forth in the attached "Exhibit A," BID SHEET 9 of 24 which Is incorporated by reference, for CONTRACTORS services. Payments shall be made within thirty (30) days after receipt of each invoice as to all undisputed fees. If the City disputes any of CONTRACTOR's fees it shall give written notice to Consultant within 30 days of receipt of an invoice of any disputed fees set forth on the Invoice. D. As additional consideration, CITY has the option to request additional work using the 'Extra Work and Renovations" pricing. The annual cost for this additional wort( may not exceed ten percent of the annual contract price. 2, TERM The term of this Agreement will be from January 1, 2018 to December 31, 2022. 3. SCOPE OF SERVICES A. CONTRACTOR wiU perfoan services listed In the attached Exhibit A. B. CONTRACTOR wiU, in a workmanlike manner, furnish all of the labor, technical, administrative, professional and other personnel, all supplies and materials, equipment, printing, vehicles, transportation, office space and facilities, and all tests, taming and analyses, cafe.,olation, and all other means whatsoever, except as herein otherwise expiewly specified to be furnished by CITY, necessary or proper to perform and complete the work and provide the professional al sere regUired of CONTRACTOR by this Agreement, 4. PREVAILING WAGES A. Pursuant to Labor Code § 1720, and as specified in 8 California Code of Regulations § 16000, CONTRACTOR must pay its workers prevailing wages. It is CONTRACTOR's responsibility to interpret and implement any prevailing wage requirements and CONTRACTOR agrees to pay any penalty or civil damages resulting from a violation of the prevailing wage laws. B. In accordance with Labor Code § 1773.2, copies of the prevailing rate of per diem wages are available upon request from CITY's Engineering Division or the website for State of California Prevailing wage determination at http://www.dir.ca.00v/DLSR/PWD. CONTRACTOR must post a copy of the prevailing rate of per diem wages at the job site. C. CITY directs CONTRACTOR's attention to Labor Code §§ 1777.5, 1777.6 and 3098 concerning the employment of apprentices by CONTRACTOR or any subcontractor. D. Labor Code § 1777.5 requires CONTRACTOR or subcontractor employing tradesmen in any apprenticeship occupation to apply to the joint apprenticeship committee nearest the site of the public works project and which administers the apprenticeship program in that trade for a certificate of approval. The certificate must also fix the ratio of apprentices to journeymen that will be used in the performance of the contract. The ratio of apprentices to journeymen in such cases will not be less than one to five except: i. When employment in the area of coverage by the joint apprenticeship committee has exceeded an average of 15 percent in the 90 days before the request for certificate, or ii. When the number of apprentices in training in the area exceeds a ratio of one to five, or iii. When the trade can show that it is replacing at least 1/30 of its membership through apprenticeship training on an annual basis state-wide or locally, or iv. When CONTRACTOR provides evidence that CONTRACTOR employs registered apprentices on all of his contracts on an annual average of not less than one apprentice to eight journeymen. v. CONTRACTOR is required to make contributions to funds established for the administration of apprenticeship programs if CONTRACTOR employs registered apprentices or journeymen in any apprenticeable trade on such contracts and if other contractors on the public works site are making such contributions. Page 2 of 9 vi. CONTRACTOR and any subcontractor must comply with Labor Code §§ 1777.5 and 1777.6 in the employment of apprentices. vii. Information relative to apprenticeship standards, wage schedules and other requirements may be obtained from the Director of Industrial Relations; ex-officio the Administrator of Apprenticeship, San Francisco, California, or from the Division of Apprenticeship Standards and its branch offices. E. CONTRACTOR and its subcontractors must keep an accurate certified payroll records showing the name, occupation, and the actual per diem wages paid to each worker employed in connection with this Agreement. The record will be kept open at all reasonable hours to the inspection of the body awarding the contract and to the Division of Labor Law Enforcement. If. requested by CITY, CONTRACTOR must provide copies of the records at its cost. F. CONTRACTOR must maintain registration with the Department of Industrial Relations in accordance with Labor Code § 1725.5 for the entire term of the Agreement. 5. FAMILIARITY WITH WORK A. By executing this Agreement, CONTRACTOR represents that CONTRACTOR has i. Thoroughly investigated and considered the scope of services to be performed; ii. Carefully considered how the services should be performed; and iii. Understands the facilities, difficulties, and restrictions attending performance of the services under this Agreement. B. If services involve work upon any site, CONTRACTOR warrants that CONTRACTOR has or will investigate the site and is or will be fully acquainted with the conditions there existing, before commencing the services hereunder. Should CONTRACTOR discover any latent or unknown conditions that may materially affect the performance of the services, CONTRACTOR will immediately inform CITY of such fact and will not proceed except at CONTRACTOR's own risk until written instructions are received from CITY. 6. INSURANCE A. Before commencing performance under this Agreement, and at all other times this Agreement is effective, CONTRACTOR will procure and maintain the following types of insurance with coverage limits complying, at a minimum, with the limits set forth below: Page 3 of 9 Tvoe of Insurance Commercial general liability: Business automobile liability Workers compensation Limits (combined single) $2,000,000 $2,000,000 Statutory requirement. B. Commercial general liability insurance will meet or exceed the requirements of ISO-CGL Form No. CG 00 01 11 85 or 88. The amount of insurance set forth above will be a combined single limit per occurrence for bodily injury, personal injury, and property damage for the policy coverage. Liability policies will be endorsed to name City, its officials, and employees as "additional insureds" under said insurance coverage and to state that such insurance will be deemed "primary" such that any other insurance that may be carried by City will be excess thereto. Such insurance will be on an "occurrence," not a "claims made," basis and will not be cancelable or subject to reduction except upon thirty (30) days prior written notice to City. C. Automobile coverage will be written on ISO Business Auto Coverage Form CA 00 01 06 92, including symbol 1 (Any Auto). D. CONTRACTOR will fumish to City duly authenticated Certificates of Insurance. evidencing maintenance of the insurance required under this Agreement, endorsements as required herein, and such other evidence of insurance or copies of policies as may be reasonably required by City from time to time. Insurance must be placed with insurers with a current A.M. Best Company Rating equivalent to at least a Rating of "A:VII," Certificate(s) must reflect that the insurer will provide thirty (30) day notice of any cancellation of coverage. CONTRACTOR will require its insurer to modify such certificates to delete any exculpatory wording stating that failure of the insurer to mail written notice of cancellation imposes no obligation, and to delete the word "endeavor" with regard to any notice provisions. E. Should CONTRACTOR, for any reason, fail to obtain and maintain the insurance required by this Agreement, City may obtain such coverage at CONTRACTOR's expense and deduct the cost of such insurance from payments due to CONTRACTOR under this Agreement or terminate. 7. TIME FOR PERFORMANCE CONTRACTOR will not perform any work under this Agreement until: A. CONTRACTOR fumishes proof of insurance as required under Section 6 of this Agreement; and B. CITY gives CONTRACTOR a written Notice to Proceed. C. Should CONTRACTOR begin work in advance of receiving written authorization to proceed, any such services are at CONTRACTOR's own risk. Page 4 of 9 8. TERMINATION A. Except as otherwise provided, CITY may terminate this Agreement upon providing written notice to CONTRACTOR at least thirty (30) days before the effective termination date. Notice of termination will be in writing. In the event of such termination, CONTRACTOR shall be compensated for non - disputed fees under the terms of this Agreement up to the date of termination. B. CONTRACTOR may terminate this Agreement upon providing written notice to CITY at least thirty (30) days before the effective termination date. C. Should the Agreement be terminated pursuant to this Section, CITY may procure on its own terms services similar to those terminated. D. By executing this document, CONTRACTOR waives any and all claims for damages that might otherwise arise from CITY's termination under this Section. 9. INDEMNIFICATION A. CONTRACTOR indemnifies and holds CITY harmless from and against any claim, action, damages, costs (including, without limitation, reasonable attomey's fees and penalties), injuries, or liability, arising out of this Agreement, or its performance including, without limitation, damages or penalties arising from CONTRACTOR's removal, remediation, response or other plan conceming any Hazardous Waste resulting in the release of any hazardous substance into the environment, except for such loss or damage arising from CITY's sole negligence or willful misconduct. Should CITY be named in any suit, or should any claim be brought against it by suit or otherwise, whether the same be groundless or not, arising out of this Agreement, or its performance, CONTRACTOR will defend CITY (at CITY's request and with counsel satisfactory to CITY) and will indemnify CITY for any judgment rendered against it or any sums paid out in settlement or otherwise. B. For purposes of this section "CITY" includes CITY's officers, officials, employees, agents, representatives, and volunteers. C. CONTRACTOR expressly agrees that this release, waiver, and indemnity agreement is intended to be as broad and inclusive as is permitted by the law of the State of California and that if any portion is held invalid, it is agreed that the balance will, notwithstanding, continue in full legal force and effect. D. It is expressly understood and agreed that the foregoing provisions will survive termination of this Agreement. E. The requirements as to the types and limits of insurance coverage to be maintained by CONTRACTOR as required by this 'Agreement, and any Page 5 of 9 approval of said insurance by CITY, are not intended to and will not in any manner limit or qualify the liabilities and obligations otherwise assumed by CONTRACTOR pursuant to this Agreement, including, without limitation, to the provisions concerning indemnification. 10. INDEPENDENT CONTRACTOR CITY and CONTRACTOR agree that CONTRACTOR will act as an independent contractor and will have control of all work and the manner in which is it performed. CONTRACTOR will be free to contract for similar service to be performed for other employers while under contract with CITY. CONTRACTOR is not an agent or employee of CITY and is not entitled to participate in any pension plan, insurance, bonus or similar benefits CITY provides for its employees. Any provision in this Agreement that may appear to give CITY the right to direct CONTRACTOR as to the details of doing the work or to exercise a measure of control over the work means that CONTRACTOR will follow the direction of the CITY as to end results of the work only. 11. NOTICES A. All notices given or required to be given pursuant to this Agreement will be in writing and may be given by personal delivery or by mail. Notice sent by mail will be addressed as follows: To CITY: City of Chino Hills Attn: City Clerk 14000 City Center, Drive Chino Hills, CA 91709 To CONTRACTOR: Excel Landscape, Ince 1191 Magnolia Avenue, Ste. 400 Corona, CA 92479 Attn: Joe Alfaro B. When addressed in accordance with this paragraph, notices will be deemed given upon deposit in the United States mail, postage prepaid. In all other instances, notices will be deemed given at the time of actual delivery. C. Changes may be made in the names or addresses of persons to whom notices are to be given by giving notice in the manner prescribed in this paragraph. 12. TAXPAYER IDENTIFICATION NUMBER CONTRACTOR will provide CITY with a Taxpayer Identification Number. 13. BUSINESS LICENSE CONTRACTOR shall maintain a valid Business License with the CITY. Page 6 of 9 14. CONTRACTOR'S KNOWLEDGE OF APPLICABLE LAWS. CONTRACTOR shall keep itself informed of applicable local, state and federal laws and regulations which may affect those employed by it or in any way affect the performance of its services pursuant to this Agreement. Contractor shall observe and comply with all such laws and regulations affecting its employees. City and its officers and employees, shall not be liable at law or in equity as a result of any failure of Contractor to comply with this section. 15. NONDISCRIMINATION/NONPREFERENTIAL TREATMENT STATEMENT. • In performing this Agreement, the Parties shall not discriminate or grant preferential treatment on the basis of race, sex, color, age, religion, sexual orientation, disability, ethnicity, or national origin, and shall comply, to the fullest extent allowed by law, with all applicable local, state, and federal laws relating to nondiscrimination. 16. BREACH. In the event that CONTRACTOR is in default of a material provision of this Agreement, CITY shall have no obligation or duty to continue compensating CONTRACTOR for any work performed after the date of breach and can terminate this Agreement immediately by written notice to the CONTRACTOR. 17. WAIVER A waiver by CITY of any breach of any term, covenant, or condition contained in this Agreement will not be deemed to be a waiver of any subsequent breach of the same or any other term, covenant, or condition contained in this Agreement, whether of the same or different character. 18. SEVERABLE If any portion of this Agreement is declared by a court of competent jurisdiction to be invalid or unenforceable, then such portion will be deemed modified to the extent necessary in the opinion of the court to render such portion enforceable and, as so modified, such portion and the balance of this Agreement will continue in full force and effect. 19. CAPTIONS The captions of the paragraphs of this Agreement are for convenience of reference only and will not affect the interpretation of this Agreement. 20. INTERPRETATION This Agreement was drafted in, and will be construed in accordance with the laws of the State of California, and exclusive venue for any action involving this agreement will be in San Bemardino County. The language of each part of this Agreement will be construed simply and according to its fair meaning, and this Agreement will never be construed either for or against either party. Page 7 of 9 21. AUTHORITY/MODIFICATION The terms of this Agreement can only be modified in writing approved by the CITY AND THE CONTRACTOR. The parties agree that this requirement for written modifications cannot be waived and any attempted waiver shall be void. 22. EFFECT OF CONFLICT In the event of any conflict, inconsistency, or incongruity between any provision of this Agreement, its attachments, the purchase order, or notice to proceed, the provisions of this Agreement will govem and control. 23. FORCE MAJEURE Should performance of this Agreement be prevented due to fire, flood, explosion, war, terrorist act, embargo, govemment action, civil or military authority, the natural elements, or other similar causes beyond the Parties' control, then the Agreement will immediately terminate without obligation of either party to the other. 24. ENTIRE AGREEMENT This Agreement and its one attachment constitute the sole agreement between CONTRACTOR and CITY. To the extent that there are additional terms and conditions contained in Exhibit "A" that are not in conflict with this Agreement, • those terms are incorporated as if fully set forth above. There are no other understandings, terms or other agreements expressed or implied, oral or written. IN WITNESS WHEREOF the parties hereto have executed this contract the last date signed below. Page 8 of 9 CITY OF CHINO HILLS Ray Aluez Mayor ATTEST: Cheryl Bali City Clerk APPROVED AS TO FORM: Mark b. Hensley City Attorney • EXCEL LANDSCAPE, INC. ure) D a',//„ t'Q• /ee,4'te'lam (Title) Page 9 of 9 Exhibit A Scoop of Work The City of Chino Hills has a substantial area of parks, parkways, medians, and landscape slopes which requke regular landscape maintenance in the South Service Area as detailed in Appendix K - Map. The maps only provide the approximate locations of the work areas and may not represent aH the work did wktdn these specifications. Three service levels, A, B, and C were bid and are a part of this agreement The follewing are specifications for service level A. Service levels B and C are detailed in Appendix J, which defines exceptions from Service Level A. This Agreement, as signed, is for Service Level B. Scone of Work — SERVICE LEVEL A: •1. General: The City has a variety of requirements for maintenance in different types of areas. They are separated into a number of categories and defined as follows: a. Landscape Maintenance Requirements: See Appends A b. Median Maintenance Requirements: See Appendix B c. Irrigation Maintenance/Water Management See Appendix C d. Facility/Park Maintenance Requirements: See Appendix D e. Specific Maintenance Requirements: See Appendix E f. Pesticide Use: See Appendix F g. Weed & Pest Control: See Appendix G h. Annual Treatment Calendar: See Appendix H L Reports & Schedules: See Appendix 1 2. Safety: a. The Contactor shall be responsible for providing a safe work ponce and for . compliance with standards and regulations of the California Occupational Safety ' • and Health Act (CaIOSHA). Federal Occupation and Safety Health Act (OSHA), California Division of Industrial Safely Orders (CDIS), and any other applicable government laws of City Risk Management standards. b. Traffic Control: A CityapproMed traffic control plan shad be completed by the ' Contactor for al work performed in medians or on roadways. No work shall be 'A-1 performed without traffic control devices in place. The City standard is the State of California Department of Transportation (Cal -Trans) Traffic Manual, commonly referred to as the Work Area Traffic Control Handbook (WATCH) Manual. c. The Contractor will make every effort to keep commercial driveways open during its conduct of the work. 3. Timing Requirements: a. The Contractor will be required to complete landscape maintenance services as scheduled. At no time shall a contractor, for more than five (5) consecutive working days, fail to perform their contractual duties. Failure to perform for more than five (5) consecutive days will constitute a breach of contract and the City will issue a Notice to Terminate. The agreement will be terminated in thirty (30) days of the issuance of the notice. No compensation will be paid for non-performance. b. Working hours commence at 7:00 a.m. and cease at 4:00 p.m., Monday through Friday unless otherwise directed by City staff. 4. Emergency Numbers & Call Outs: The Contractor shall have the capability to receive and respond immediately to calls of an emergency nature during normal working hours and outside of established working hours. Calls of an emergency nature received by the City shall be referred to the Contractor for immediate attention. a. The Contractor shall be available 24 hours per day, seven days per week to respond to all emergency calls within one (1) hour of notification. Failure to respond in such time will result in a $300 penalty per incident. b. In the event that emergency work is required, the Contractor shall notify the City's representative in advance of any work performed. Non -emergency maintenance work requires written approval before the work is performed. c. The Contractor shall supply the City with names and phone numbers of responsible persons representing the Contractor for 24-hour emergency response. The aforementioned shall remain current at all times. Any changes shall be forwarded to the City in writing with one working day of such change. Failure to maintain emergency information current shall result in a $200 penalty per incident. 5. License & Permit Requirements: Contractor shall possess and maintain the following: a. C-27 Contractor's license A-2 b. Pest Control Applicator's license, (QAL) from Dept. of Pesticide Regulations, (DPR), State of California. Note: Contractor shall also obtain all local agency pest control licenses/permits as required. c. City of Chino Hills Business License. 6. Initial Clean-up Recognizing that the condition of the landscape is not to the specifications required by this contract, the contractor will be required to bring the landscape to the standards of the new contract within 90 days of the contract start date. There will be no additional compensation for the cleanup. All other terms of the specifications apply during this 90 day period including all irrigation issues which are to be inspected and repaired within 24 hours and all other landscape issues addressed within 10 days. After the first 90 days all provisions of the contract specifications will be fully enforced. 7. Extra Work/Changes to the Contract: a. In the event that the Contractor is required by the City and upon bid to perform extra work, the following procedures are established: (1) Work will be executed under the direction of the City for an agreed upon lump sum or on a time and material basis, as established in writing prior to commencement of the extra work. (2) Extra work shall not be performed by the contractor's staff regularly assigned maintenance crews and shall be performed during regular working hours unless authorized by the City. (3) Labor costs shall be based upon prevailing wage scale, as verified by certified payrolls. (4) The Contractor shall maintain records sufficient to distinguish the direct cost for extra work. Such costs will be submitted on forms fumished by the contractor and shall include itemized costs for labor, materials, and equipment. b. Changes to the Contract: Changes in areas to be maintained may be made as the City accepts new areas and or relinquishes control of currently maintained areas. Any and all such changes shall only be made upon written notification in the form of a change order. Costs to add/delete landscape maintenance areas shall be limited to original bid items or extra work prices. The City reserves the right to delete any site from the contract upon 30 days written notice. A-3 (1) The City reserves the right to make additions, deletions, revisions, or otherwise modify the contract maintenance specifications. 8. Supervision & Staffing: The Contractor shall assign sufficient staff to fully execute all requirements of the landscape maintenance bid specifications and shall include, at a minimum, 1 Supervisor and 3 Irrigators for irrigation maintenance. The supervisor will be on site during regular working hours for the duration of the Contract. He/she shall have a minimum of seven (7) years experience in landscape maintenance supervision. The staff shall have experience and expertise in turf management, plant health care, pest control, soils, fertilizers, plant identification, park facilities, and irrigation system maintenance. Supervisor shall be capable of communicating effectively, both orally and in writing, in English. Furthermore, their background must include experience in Public Works projects of the type found in the City of Chino Hills. 9. Uniform and Vehicle Appearance: The Contractor shall be required to provide uniforms for personnel assigned to the City. Sufficient quantities of uniforms shall be provided to present a neat and clean appearance for the maintenance personnel at all times. Contractor personnel shall wear uniforms with the Company name at all times. Vehicles will be clean, neat in appearance and have the company's logo and information displayed prominently. All of the contractors' vehicles while working in Chino Hills will display a sign in a prominent location that states, "Under Contract with the City of Chino Hills." 10. Protection of Property During Inclement Weather: a. During periods of storms, the Contractor will provide supervisory inspection of the maintenance area to prevent or minimize possible damage from inclement weather. The Contractor shall submit a report identifying any storm damage to the City's representative with a map attached identifying the location of the damage and an estimate cost of repair/replacement. If remedial work is required beyond the scope of the contract, it shall be paid as extra work. b. The Contractor is responsible for removing branches and leaves downed by high winds or other typical environmental conditions as follows: (1) Remove, at no additional cost, all debris regardless of disposition of affected tree, shrub, or any other landscape related item within 48 hours of notification or self-discovery unless extension is authorized by City. (2) Leaves or other landscape debris which accumulates in street gutters adjacent to the Contractor's area of work shall be removed by the Contractor as part of the contract. (3) Debris inhibiting the proper flow of water in "V" ditches and other structures shall be removed as needed to prevent flooding or damage to property. A-4 c. Increased costs incurred by the City as a result of the Contractor's not maintaining the sites in a satisfactory condition prior to inclement weather will be charged to the Contractor. 11. Protection of Existing Facilities & Structures: a. The Contractor shall exercise due care in protecting from damage all existing facilities, structures, and utilities both above the surface and underground on the City's property. Any damage to City property deemed to be caused by the Contractor's negligence shall be corrected or paid for by the Contractor at no cost to the City. b. If the City requests or directs the Contractor to perform work in a given area, it will be the Contractor's responsibility to verify and locate any hazardous conditions and underground systems, i.e., utility lines. The Contractor shall instill reasonable precautions when working in these areas. Any damage or problems shall be corrected or repaired at the Contractor's expense and reported immediately to the City. c. NPDES: Contractor shall comply with all National Pollutant Discharge Elimination System (NPDES) regulations and any future regulations mandated by the State and Federal Govemments. 12. Payment Withheld/Deducted: a. Work required by the specifications which is defective, incomplete, or not performed. b. Expenses incurred by the City to perform work required in the specifications that is defective, incomplete, or not performed. c. Claims filed for damages caused by the contractor to private or public property. d. Failure of the Contractor to make payments properly to employees, subcontractors, or vendors for materials or services provided. e. Costs incurred by the City due to extra administration costs for additional inspections and subsequent correspondence/notifications. f. Failure to Correct Notices of Deficiency within the time required unless exemption is issued in writing by the City: (1) Irrigation issues must be addressed promptly and under no instances shall exceed 24 hours. A-5 (2) Non -irrigation issues must be addressed within 10 working days. 13. Disposal of Trash/Green Waste: Contractor is responsible to remove all trash and green waste from the working locations and dispose of the waste in the City provided bins at designated facilities located in the City of Chino Hills. 14. Payment and Performance Bonds: The City will exempt the contractor from procuring and maintaining a performance bond in exchange for a negotiated pricing reduction. 15. Termination: Upon determination of the Public Works Director that the quality of workmanship being performed by the contractor does not meet the standards set by the City of Chino Hills as outlined in the specifications and/or for non-compliance of any provisions of the agreement entered into, the City may terminate this agreement upon thirty (30) days written notice to the Contractor. Citv Responsibilities: The City employs qualified landscape inspectors to oversee the contractor's work. The contractor is required to meet weekly with the City Landscape Inspectors at the Public Works Yard. The project manager of the landscape maintenance contract(s) will be the Parks & Open Space Supervisor. The City will provide the contractor with maintenance area maps & frequency schedules. Although maps and schedules are provided, it is the contractor's responsibility to familiarize themselves with all areas of responsibility within their respective bid. Administrative Elements: 1. The Contractor shall assign a responsible representative and an alternate to coordinate with City staff. Any changes in responsible representative must be approved, in advance, by the City. The City will have the right to reject other proposed changes in personnel and may consider any other changes in responsible personnel a breach of contract. 2. The Contractor shall provide all necessary personnel, instruments, equipment, and materials to perform the described services. Subcontracting: 1. The Contractor may utilize the services of specialty Subcontractors on those parts of the Work that, under normal contracting practices, are performed by a specialty Subcontractor. It is understood that at least 75% of the work to be performed shall be performed by the Contractor. Any subcontractor used must adhere to the same terms and conditions as the successful Contractor. The bidder is representing to City that A-6 bidder has all appropriate licenses, certifications, and registrations to perform the work hereunder. 2. The bidder shall be fully responsible to the City for the performance of his/her Subcontractors, and of persons either directly or indirectly employed by them. 3. Nothing contained herein shall create any contractual relation between any Subcontractor and the City. A-7 Appendix A Landscape Maintenance Requirements 1. Turf: a. Mowing: The Contractor shall mow all turf grass with properly sharpened and maintained equipment in a manner that ensures a smooth surface without ridges, depressions, or scalping. Mowing pattems shall be alternated on a regular basis. b. Frequency: Turf grass shall be mowed once per week March 1 through October and every other week November 1 through February. c. Height: Lower cutting heights are preferred. Turf grass mowing heights may be adjusted by the City during turf grass renovations, special events, as deemed necessary to conserve water or promote the health and vigor of the grass. (1) All warm season turf grass (except hybrid Bermuda grass) shall be cut at 1.5 inches throughout the year. Hybrid Bermuda grass shall be cut at 1 inch or as directed by the City. (2) All cool season turf grasses shall be cut at 2 inches throughout the year or as directed by the City. (3) Blends of improved common Bermuda grass and perennial Rye grass shall be mowed no taller than 1.5 inches or as directed by the City. d. Machine type: (1) Warm/cool season turf blends may be mowed with rotary or reel type mowers or as directed by the City. (2) All warm season turf grasses shall be cut with reel type mowers, unless otherwise approved by the City. (3) All cool season turf grasses shall be cut with rotary type mowers. (4) The City encourages the use of mulching mowers whenever possible. e. Clippings: Contractor may sweep and dispose clippings at a City provided designated green waste dumping site. Clippings may also be efficiently mulched to leave no visible trace. At no time shall unsightly clippings be left following mowing operations. f. Edging: All edges of turf shall be mechanically edged. Turf grass edging and trimming shall be performed at the time of mowing. All clippings shall be removed A-8 before vacating a site. All edges adjacent to concrete shall be done with a power edger containing a steel blade. In certain situations where a string trimmer may be more effective, the City may allow its use. g. Weeds: All turf grass areas shall be kept free of weeds at all times. Weed removal shall consist of complete removal of all weeds, including top growth and roots. h. Pre -emergent Herbicide: Pre -emergent herbicides labeled for use on turf shall be applied per the Annual Treatment Calendar (See Appendix H). i. Fertilizer: Fertilizer type and application requirements are listed in the Annual Treatment Calendar (See Appendix H). This is a minimum requirement. Turf grass shall be continually fertilized to maintain a healthy, vigorous growing condition with horticulturally accepted growth and color. The Contractor may be required to determine plant nutrient requirements by appropriate methods, to include soil and/or leaf analysis. (1) The Contractor shall notify the City in writing five (5) working days prior to any fertilizer application. This notification shall include: location and exact date of application; type of fertilizer and method of application (see Appendix I for form). (2) The Contractor shall immediately irrigate after each fertilizer application, unless otherwise directed by the City. All fertilizer applications shall be performed with properly calibrated equipment to provide a uniform application. All fertilizer shall be removed from hardscape and other non - grass areas. Any damage or streaking of turf shall be repaired by the Contractor at no cost to the City. (3) The Contractor shall provide labels or containers of applied materials upon application when requested by the City. j. Irrigation Management: The Contractor shall provide a monthly report for each site that records all irrigation repairs, controller programming, and status of the overall system (see Appendix I for form). The report shall be on the form provided by the City and shall be submitted at the last weekly meeting of the month. All turf areas shall be irrigated per schedules provided by the City, for the appropriate season, to maintain adequate growth, appearance and water conservation efforts. (1) Inspection: The Contractor shall conduct weekly irrigation system tests on all turf and bi-weekly irrigation tests on all adjacent non -turf landscape areas, medians and slopes. (2) Repairs: The Contractor shall make all irrigation repairs within 24 hours of self-discovery or notification. Replacement of irrigation components shall A-9 be as originally installed or approved equal of the same size & quantity. Substitutions must be approved by the City. All main line repairs must be inspected and approved in writing by the City. k. Turf Reseeding and Restoration of Bare Areas: Overseed all damaged, vandalized, or bare areas to re-establish turf to an acceptable quality on a continual basis. Reseeded areas shall receive supplemental water per controller adjustment, by hand, or portable sprinkler as needed to establish turf. Top dress, seed and application rate shall be approved by the City. I. Aeration: All sprinkler heads must be flagged prior to start of work. Mechanically aerate all turf areas as often as required to reduce compaction/stress conditions, but not less than the City schedule. (Appendix H). In those areas where soil conditions are poor, the City may require top dressing. When top dressing is required, the Contractor shall submit a request for extra work. This request must be approved prior to the work being scheduled. (1) Use an aerator with 1/2 inches tines or larger. Aeration holes shall be a minimum of 6 inches apart unless otherwise directed by the City and shall remove a minimum of 3 inches depth cores. Remove or shatter aeration cores. (2) Any areas which show excessive compaction shall receive aeration in two directions at a minimum to alleviate this condition. (3) Alternative methods of relieving compaction may be considered, and must be authorized by the City. m. Renovation: Renovation of turf grass shall be performed once per year. Turf renovation shall consist of aeration, vertical mowing (dethatching), fertilization, repair, reseeding, and top dressing. Ruts, holes, low areas that do not drain, settling and any condition which may be hazardous shall be corrected as part of the renovation process. These services shall be included as part of the basic contract, at no additional cost to the City. n. Sports Turf Renovation: Renovation of sports turf is an extra service as requested by the City. The cost is to be included on the fee schedule at a rate of cost per 10,000 square feet. The requirements are as follows: (1) Contractor will flag all irrigation heads prior to any renovation work (2) Fields will be verti-cut to alleviate thatch and aerated in three directions. After aeration is complete, the contractor will place amendment material into the field. The field will then be over -seeded with "Ball Park Extreme" seed (or equal), seed will be top dressed with 1/4 inch material. Amendment and top dressing will be supplied by the City. A-10 (3) The contractor will be responsible for the field maintenance during the renovation period. Upon turnover of the fields to the City, all fields will be maintained no higher than 1 inch. 2. Shrub/Slope/Planter Maintenance a. Shape: Shrubs are to be pruned/trimmed in natural form and proportion. They shall not at any time interfere with vehicular or pedestrian clearance, visibility, and access unless otherwise directed by the City's representative. b. Fertilizer: Fertilize all shrub beds, and slopes four (4) times per year by the end of the first week of the appropriate month per the treatment calendar detailed in Appendix H. c. Pre -emergent: To be completed annually by the end of the first week of the month per the maintenance schedule detailed in Appendix H. d. Pruning: Prune shrubs to encourage healthy growth habits, natural form and proportion, appearance, and proper vertical & horizontal clearance. All trimmings are to be raked and removed at the time of trimming. e. Shearing: Only those plants specifically designated by the City's representative shall be sheared. These plants may also require additional thinning to maintain a healthy look and condition. No boxing or square shearing is permitted. f. Slopes: Shrubs are to be maintained a minimum of 3 feet from all fence lines of adjacent homes. Any dead shrubs are to be removed from the slopes upon discovery or as notified by the City. However shrubs that have died as a result of the contractor's lack of maintenance or lack of irrigation will be replaced by the contractor at no additional cost to the City. g. Ornamental Grasses: All omamental grasses will be cut to a height of 6 inches periodically to promote plant health. h. Planters: All planters will be maintained with a 3 inch layer of organic mulch cover. Irrigation and/or drip lines are not to be exposed at any time. Mulching planters will be included as part of the basic maintenance service. 3. Ground Cover Maintenance: a. Trimming: All ground cover is to be trimmed so as not to interfere with irrigation operations, encroach onto private property or the Public Right -of -Way. All dead, diseased and unsightly branches, vines, or other growth shall be removed as they develop. All ground cover areas shall be pruned to maintain neat but natural (not sheared) edges. All ground cover is to be kept a minimum of.6 inches from, but not A-11 limited to, all trees, shrubs, walls, and fences unless otherwise directed by the City's representative. Groundcover on slope must be trimmed annually to a height of 12 inches to 18 inches. All trimmings are to be raked and removed at the time of trimming. All ground cover shall be pruned away from valve boxes. b. Fertilizer: Fertilize all ground cover four (4) times per year per the treatment calendar detailed in Appendix H. c. Pre -emergent: To be completed twice annually by the end of the first week of the month per the schedule detailed in Appendix H at the maximum allowable rate per the manufacturer's labeled recommendations. Thick ground cover areas (Acacia or Myoporum) may be excluded if weeds are not a maintenance problem. 4. Tree Maintenance: a. Specifications: All pruning and staking shall conform to International Society of Arborists (ISA) standards and specific directions by the City's staff arborist. The Contractor shall not top any tree, unless specifically directed by the City's staff arborist. b. Fallen Trees: Fallen trees shall be re -staked, guy -wired, or removed within 24 hours of self-discovery or notifications by the City's staff arborist. c. Staking: Contractor shall inspect tree stakes regularly, but at a minimum of one time per month. Tree stakes that are loose or broken are to be replaced upon discovery. Tree stakes are to be removed by the contractor when trees are able to support themselves. Any trees damaged due to stakes, ties or braces will be replaced by the contractor at no additional cost to the city. (1) Trees will be staked per standard specifications using two (2) stakes per tree, and the stakes shall be pentachlorophenol treated lodge pole pine. Stakes shall be placed vertically, 8 — 10 inches from the tree trunk and shall not rub against any part of the tree during windy conditions. (2) Trees shall be tied per standard specifications. Using materials and methods approved by the City's staff arborist. (3) Ties will be checked frequently and retied or removed to prevent girdling. d. Minor trimming: Trees shall be trimmed as needed to prevent obstruction of walkways, sidewalks, signs, or other public improvements. Trees shall be maintained a minimum of 7 feet above sidewalks. e. Hazardous Conditions: Trees shall be inspected regularly for hazardous conditions, i.e. cracked or splitting leaders, heaving roots, hanging branches, etc. The City shall be notified immediately upon discovery. Fallen branches on slopes 6 A-12 inches diameter or less will be removed by the landscape contractor upon discovery or as notified by the City. The City is to be notified upon discovery of any branches that are greater than 6 inches in diameter so work can be coordinated with the tree contractor. f. Tree Wells: Maintain a 24 inches tree well around all trees in turf to avoid damage to trees from mowers, weed eaters, etc. No chemical edging is permitted in tree wells. A-13 Appendix B Median Maintenance Requirements 1. All specifications previously listed and the following shall apply to landscaped medians located within the maintenance areas. 2. All medians are to be kept weed free at all times (see Appendix A2-g). 3. Plant material shall not be allowed to obstruct any Tine -of -sight for vehicular traffic, and shall be kept below 30 inches in height from the road surface in any area where traffic Tine -of -sight may be impacted. Plant material shall be trimmed to prevent splash back of irrigation onto any road surface. The City may provide more specific direction for maintenance as necessary. 4. Irrigation shall be adjusted and inspected as often as needed to insure that no unsafe condition is created by irrigation run-off onto any road surface. 5. All maintenance personnel shall wear proper PPE including ANSI approved safety vests while working on medians. At no time shall work be performed in the roadway without a City -approved Traffic Control Plan and all required traffic control signage in place. 6. The Contractor is responsible for ensuring that all median maintenance is performed in a safe manner and that no hazard is created by such operations. B-1 Appendix C Irrigation Maintenance/Water Management 1. Irrigation Operations & Maintenance: All landscaped areas shall be irrigated as required to maintain optimum growth and appearance. Irrigation shall be accomplished in accordance with the following time frames, unless otherwise approved by the City. At no time will overhead irrigation be permitted between the hours of 9:00am — 6:00pm, except for inspection purposes. a. Parks(3 days per week) b. Medians ( 2 days per week) c. Manual Irrigation testing d. Slopes (3 days per week) e. City Facilities (Buildings, etc.) f. Drip Irrigation (3 days per week) 10:00 p.m. — 6:00 a.m. 11:00 p.m. — 5:00 a.m. 7:00 a.m. — 3:00 p.m. 10:00 p.m. — 6:00 a.m. 11:00 p.m. — 5:00 a.m. 6:00 a.m. — 4:00 p.m. Irrigation with recycled water is limited to the hours of 10:00 p.m. — 6:00 a.m. Should watering outside of this window be required, it must be continuously supervised to ensure that no accidental contact with the public occurs. All Irrigators will be required to pass the "Recycled Water User Site Supervisor" training class as provided by Inland Empire Utilities Agency. 2. Irrigation Responsibilities: a. The Contractor shall conduct weekly irrigation tests at sports parks, neighborhood parks, and facilities. The Contractor shall conduct bi-weekly irrigation tests at all other sites. The Contractor shall display signs in public view stating "Irrigation Test in Progress". Contractor shall submit irrigation test reports, on the approved form, along with a copy of the current irrigation schedule at weekly meetings (see appendix I). Irrigation inspection reports may be required to process invoices. All irrigation systems shall be tested and inspected by the Contractor in accordance with the following: (1) Operate all valves automatically (2) Visually inspect all irrigation heads for proper adjustment, operation, and leakage (3) Review program and verify controller is operating properly (4) The Contractor shall be fully responsible for irrigation controller programming. However City water management direction will be implemented. C-1 b. All systems shall be adjusted in order to: (1) Provide adequate coverage of all landscape areas (2) Prevent runoff and/or erosion (3) Prevent watering of roadways, facilities hardscape, sports courts, sidewalks, walkways, trails, fences, and private property (4) Prevent saturated conditions • c. All system malfunctions, damage, and obstructions shall be recorded and corrective action taken per contract requirements. A report of required systems repairs and/or adjustments shall be submitted to the City. d. In addition to required testing, when damage is suspected, observed, or reported, all irrigation systems shall be tested and inspected as necessary — daily if necessary. The contractor's irrigator will mark on the irrigation inspection sheets the overall condition of the landscape. Dead or dying landscape shall be noted at the time of inspection. e. Irrigation Repairs (1) Contractor shall make needed repairs within 24 hours of notification or self-discovery. (2) Contractor shall repair malfunctioning controllers, quick couplers, manual or automatic valves and sprinkler heads within 24 hours of notification or self-discovery. The City will provide a replacement controller but the contractor will install the new controller at no additional costs as part of these specifications. (3) The Contractor's irrigation staff will be responsible for repair of all site irrigation as part of this contract price from the water meter and controller through the lateral lines and sprinkler heads. Backflow prevention devices and irrigation main lines are considered "Extra Work" under the contract. RCV replacement may be paid (when authorized by staff) at cost plus a maximum of 15%. No additional compensation for labor. f. Irrigation turn-off/on due to weather. (1) The Contractor shall turn off irrigation systems during periods of rainfall or as directed by City staff when suspension of irrigation is desirable to conserve water. Irrigation will remain off for a period depending on how much rain the area received. Once the City Landscape Inspector has C-2 acknowledged the necessity to turn on the water again, all controllers shall be activated within 24 hours. (2) Failure to turn off controllers as noted above, or to re -activate following instruction to do so by the City will result in the issuance of a Performance Deficiency Penalty (see Scope of Work, section 11f). 3. Irrigation Repairs: a. The Contractor's irrigation staff will be responsible for repair of all site irrigation as part of this contract price from the water meter and controller through the lateral lines and sprinkler heads. Backflow prevention devices and irrigation main lines are considered "Extra Work" under the contract. RCV replacement may be paid (when authorized by staff) at cost plus 15%. No additional compensation for labor. The Contractor shall be fully responsible for irrigation controller programming. However City water management direction will be implemented. b. The Contractor will make repairs to irrigation damaged by vandalism only after inspection by and approval from the City Landscape Inspector. The cost for repairs to damage caused by vandalism to irrigation equipment will be compensated by the City on a "time and material" basis. Material cost shall be actual cost plus 15% mark up. Vandalism invoices will not be paid if Irrigation inspection reports are not up to date. 4. Irrigation Personnel: a. The Contractor shall provide three irrigators fully trained in all phases of landscape irrigation systems operation, maintenance, adjustments, and repair of all types of components to include irrigation controllers, valves, moisture sensing devices, and sprinkler heads. The contractor's irrigation personnel will be fully familiar with all brands and models of irrigation equipment including two -wire systems and decoders used within the City. The City has a central irrigation system. Currently, the central irrigation system is operated as a stand-alone system. b. The Contractor shall provide personnel knowledgeable of and proficient in current water management concepts, with the capability of working with City staff in implementing more advanced water management strategies. c. The Contractor shall provide personnel capable of verbal and written communication in a professional level of English. 5. Irrigation Materials a. The Contractor shall maintain one service vehicles per irrigator equipped with an adequate inventory of medium to high usage items (e.g., Rain Bird pop-up C-3 heads, Hunter rotors, Superior valves, valve box lids, etc.) for timely repair of irrigation systems. b. The Contractor shall implement repairs in accordance with all effective warranties, and no separate payment shall be made for repairs on equipment covered by warranty. c. Repairs of equipment or property damaged by the Contractor or as a result of error or omission by the Contractor shall not be compensated for by the City and are the sole responsibility of the Contractor. d. All materials are to be new and identical type and model to existing materials, unless otherwise directed by the City's representative. All new irrigation heads installed shall be fitted with appropriate nozzles to match the precipitation rate of the head being replaced. 6. Water Management a. All program changes shall be recorded and submitted to the City on the approved form along with the inspection reports (see Appendix I). Programing may be adjusted due to scheduled City events. b. Controller program is to be sufficient to keep the landscape healthy without excessive water use. At some point the City may specify specific programing due to ordinance changes, budgets, and/or planting projects. c. Controller programs shall incorporate the following conditions: (1) Meet City Water Management requirements (2) No weekend watering unless authorized (3) Maximize repeat operations (cycle and soak) (4) Minimize station run times (cycle and soak) (5) Reflect actual evapotranspiration (ET) requirements (6) Reflect actual requirements of soil and plants (7) Eliminate runoff onto streets, sidewalks, and other non -target areas (8) Provide sufficient time for soil to dry out between watering C-4 Appendix D Facility/Park Maintenance Requirements 1. General: All specifications previously listed and the following shall apply to Facilities/Park landscape maintenance areas: a. All animal feces or other materials detrimental to human health shall be removed daily (Daily = Monday through Friday). b. All broken glass and sharp objects shall be removed daily. c. All areas shall be inspected daily and maintained in a neat, clean, and safe condition at all times. d. All sidewalks and walkways area shall have leaves & debris removed daily. e. All play structures, surfaces & sports equipment shall be inspected for vandalism, safety hazards, and serviceability on a daily basis. Deficiencies shall be reported immediately in writing to the City. f. All sidewalks within the maintenance areas shall be swept or blown clean daily, if necessary, by 10:00 am to remove any debris. In addition, all sidewalk areas shall be thoroughly cleaned as needed, when requested by City staff, in conjunction with the scheduled site maintenance. g. All sidewalk areas abutting maintained areas shall be cleaned when dirtied by the Contractor's operations and at other times as required. h. All leaves, paper, and debris shall be removed from landscaped areas and disposed at the City provided trash site i. AD liter removal shall be removed daily by 10:00 am. j. Trash cans shall be emptied as necessary and the tops washed daily. Additional trash pick-up and bag changes may be required. The Contractor shall provide plastic bags for all trash cans at the Contractor's expense. k. All concrete "V' drains, to include that portion under the sidewalk and those in the open space adjacent the landscape shall be kept free of vegetation, debris, and algae to allow unrestricted flow of water. I. During inclement weather, the contractor shall provide adequate staff to keep drains and v-ditches clear and flowing, to ensure public safety. m. All other drainage facilities shall be cleaned of all vegetation and debris. All grates shall be tested for security and refastened as necessary. Missing or damaged grates shall be reported to the City immediately in writing upon discovery. D-1 n. All barbecue grills shall be emptied of ashes daily as needed. 2. Sand Areas: These areas shall include, but are not limited to, tot lots, play areas, volleyball courts, etc. shall be raked weekly to remove any unwanted debris. a. All areas shall be maintained weed free. No chemicals are to be used in the sand. b. During the first week of every month, all sand areas shall be roto-tilled to the maximum depth allowable to completely loosen all sand but without causing lower base materials to be mixed with the sand. After roto-tilling, all areas will be raked level. c. Sand shall be maintained at optimum levels in each area, generally three (3) inches below the top of the concrete curbing. Replacement sand shall be provided by the City. d. All subsurface drain systems within the sand areas shall be maintained and repaired by the Contractor. 3. Hard Surface Areas: These areas include, but are not limited to, concrete sidewalks, walkways, tennis courts, hockey rinks, skateboard areas, basketball courts, bicycle trails, asphalt sidewalks, parking lots, etc. a. All areas shall be swept or blown clean weekly, to remove all debris. b. All areas shall be inspected daily and maintained in a neat, clean, and safe condition at all times. c. Landscape and planters within parking lots are to be maintained as planters. 4. Infield Maintenance: The Contactor shall maintain the baseball/softball infields weed free throughout the year. This shall include the lip between the infield and outfields. Chino Hills Community Park infields are maintained by City staff, those fields do not require maintenance by the contractor. 5. Trails/Asphalt Walkways/Equestrian (DG) Trails: Special emphasis shall be placed on chemical edging along these areas to prevent damage to the asphalt from vegetation. All such damage shall be repaired at the Contractor's expense. Equestrian and DG trails shall be kept free of encroaching vegetation. Erosion repair and smoothing/grading of equestrian trails shall be performed as often as needed to maintain a safe trail. DG shall be provided by the City for pick-up at the City yard by the contractor. D-2 Appendix E Specific Maintenance Requirements For High Profile Facilities -South 1. General: Within each of the service areas there are "High Profile Maintenance Areas". These areas will require a higher level of maintenance service or specific times for maintenance operations may be required. The contractor will maintain these facilities five days per week except Vila Borba Park is on a seven day per week schedule. All specifications previously listed and the following shall apply to specific landscape maintenance areas. In the event of conflicting requirements, the higher level of maintenance shall apply. For the South Maintenance Area, the high profile facilities include: Vellano Park, Overlook Park, and Vila Borba Park. Infield maintenance is required at Hunter Hill Park and Fairfield Park. See Section D-4 for infield specifications. 2. Scheduling: Contractor shall schedule maintenance tasks, adjacent to buildings, requiring use of power equipment prior to 9:30 am so as to reduce interference with City business. These facilities have events that may impact maintenance operations. The City will provide event schedules so maintenance can be adjusted. 3. Mowing: Turf at these facilities will be mowed weekly March -October and bi-weekly November- February. 4. Trash: All trash and litter will be picked up from the sites and trash cans emptied by 10:00 am. 5. Hardscape: All hardscape will be cleaned as needed to ensure that no walkways have sticky food or beverage spills. The Dog Park will be cleaned twice per week. All access to facilities will remain clear of debris and contractor's activity at all times. 6. Gazebos: Contractor will check gazebos throughout the day to ensure that they are clean and trash cans are emptied to accommodate reservations. 7. Trails/weed abatement: The contractor is responsible to maintain all trails and fencing within the Vellano maintenance area. Vellano Park has a trail that runs through the adjacent open space; the contractor is responsible to maintain this area including annual weed -abatement per the Chino Valley Fire weed abatement schedule. Weed abatement will be accomplished by mechanical and/or chemical means as approved by the City. There is also a trail within Vila Borba that the contractor is required to maintain. 8. Fertilization: Fertilization requirements will be 6 times per year for these facilities. (Appendix H) Vila Borba Dog Park will be fertilized with liquid fertilizer per schedule Appendix H. E-1 9. Renovation: Since these sites are high use facilities, turf renovations may be required, including re -sodding, to ensure the sites are suitable for the reservations. If re -sodding is required through no fault of the contractor, the City will deem this as "Extra Work." E-2 Appendix F Pesticide Use 1. General: The Public Works Department of the City of Chino Hills solicits and encourages BMP's and the use of effective alternative pest control measures. a. All pesticide applications are to be made by, or under the supervision of, a person holding a valid license, permit, or certificate pursuant to California Department of Pesticide Regulations Sections 11701, and as may be required by State or local laws and regulation. Said person or company is to be currently registered to conduct a pest control business in the State of Califomia and the County of San Bemardino. b. Prior to the beginning of the contract period, the Contractor shall supply to the City a list of all proposed chemicals to be used in the fulfillment of said contract. Labels and Material Safety Data Sheets (MSDS) for all listed chemicals shall be supplied at that time. Copies of applicable Pest Control Advisor and Qualified Applicator Licenses shall be submitted, as well as documentation of County Registration. (1) All above mentioned items shall be resubmitted in January of each year the contract is in effect. (2) The City shall be notified in writing of any changes or deviations to the aforementioned list. Application of deviated materials shall not be made without prior approval by the City. c. Pesticide applications are to be made in strict compliance with the label directions, restrictions, and precautions as well as with any other requirements deemed necessary by any Federal, State or County regulatory agency, or by the Public Works Department of the City of Chino Hills. d. A five working day written notice shall be given to the City Landscape Inspector prior to all pesticide applications. The Notice shall include the name of the; targeted pest, chemical, area, rate, method of application and time of day. (see Appendix I) e. The City must give consent prior to application of any Category 1 or restricted use pesticide. F-1 2. Required Reports: a. The Contractor shall be responsible for filing all required records and reports, including but not limited to "Notice of Intent to Apply" and "Pesticide Use" reports as specified by all Federal, State and County agencies. Reports shall contain accurate and valid information. b. The Contractor shall record and maintain accurate records of all pesticide applications. Records shall include the name of the applicator, date, time of day, location, type of chemical, quantity of chemical, method of application, and environmental data. c. A pest monitoring report for each site shall be submitted to the City by the first working day of each month. This report shall include the site number, date, identification, extent, and location of pest problems (if any), record of previous control measures, name of inspecting personnel, and proposed control measures if deemed necessary. d. The City shall be notified verbally within 48 hours and in writing within five (5) working days of any new pest problems previously unreported and observed by the Contractor. 3. Application of Pesticides: a. Timing: Pesticides shall be applied at times which limit the possibility of contamination from climatic or other factors and at the proper life -cycle of the pests. Early morning application shall be used when possible to avoid contamination from drift. No application is to take place when wind speed is above 3 mph. Applicator shall monitor the weather forecast to avoid making application prior to inclement weather and to preclude runoff to treated areas. No chemicals are to be applied within close proximity of the public. b. Irrigation water applied after treatment shall be reduced to eliminate runoff. When water is required to increase pesticide efficacy, it shall be applied only in quantities consistent with the treated area's capacity without excessive runoff. c. Handling of Pesticides: Care shall be taken in transferring and mixing pesticides to prevent contaminating areas outside of the target area. Application methods shall be used which ensure that materials are confined to the target area. Spray tanks containing left over material shall NOT be drained on the site to prevent contamination. Handling and disposal of pesticides and tank rinsing materials shall be within the guidelines established by the California Department of Pesticide Regulation or EPA regulations, as applicable. d. Equipment and Methods: Spray equipment shall be in good operating condition, quality, and design to efficiently apply materials to the target area. Drift F-2 will be minimized by avoiding high-pressure applications and using water-soluble drift agents. The City will notify Contractor when a spray pattern indicator is necessary to allow for verification of proper application. e. Selection of Materials: Pesticides shall be selected from those materials which characteristically have the lowest residual persistence. Emulisifiable concentrates shall be used when possible to limit windblown particles. The use of adjunctives will be to increase pesticide efficacy, thereby reducing the total amount of technical material required to gain control. f. Substitutions: Whenever a specific type of material is called for, no substitutions shall be allowed without the written consent of the City. g. Certification of Materials: All materials shall be delivered on the site in original, unopened containers. Materials shall be subject to inspection by the City's representative. F-3 Appendix G Weed & Pest Control 1. General: Control of horticulturally damaging plant pests (insects, diseases, vertebrates, mites, etc.) shall be the responsibility of the Contractor. Written recommendations by a licensed California Agricultural Pest Control Advisor must be submitted to the City prior to any application of pesticides. Control shall mean the prevention or eradication of any weed or pest to the satisfaction of the City. The City may determine an acceptable level of impact by a specific pest and adjust the pest control program accordingly. Proper horticultural practices shall be part of the Contractor's pest control program. Failure to prevent, treat, or manage any weed or pest infestation that results in a loss of plant material or creates a risk to public health and safety may be remedied by the City at the Contractor's expense in the form of a reduction in payment. 2. Landscape Areas (Shrubs & Ground Cover): a. Weed Control: (1) All landscaped areas shall be treated with an appropriate pre -emergent herbicide at the maximum allowable rate according to the label and State Regulations. This treatment shall be performed per the annual treatment calendar (see Appendix H). (2) All areas within the boundaries of a given site which are not landscaped shall be treated monthly to eliminate weeds. (3) Planters, parkways and medians that are landscaped must have weeds removed weekly. Weeds over 6 inches tall will be pulled and not weed- wacked. Weeds less than 6" tall can be sprayed with an appropriate herbicide. b. Snail Control: Snails shall be controlled on an as -needed basis on all plant material, as determined by the City after notification by the contractor. 3. Turf: a. Weed Control: (1) Broadleaf weed control in turf shall be treated upon discovery or when notified by the City. Turf is to be weed free at all times. If the contractor allows turf to be over -run with different grass varieties the contractor will replace the turf at no additional cost to the City. An appropriate herbicide shall be applied in accordance with all label specifications. G-1 (2) In all areas prone to weed intrusion, applications of appropriately labeled pre -emergent herbicide shall be required per the annual treatment calendar (see Appendix H). (3) In established turf areas with multiple varieties of grass the contractor will maintain a minimum variety of grass without broadleaf weeds. b. Insect & Disease Control: (1) All turf areas with fungus infection shall be treated with an appropriate fungicide as approved by the City. (2) All other disease, fungus, and pest problems will be treated on a site specific and need -specific basis with the knowledge and consent of the City. (3) Turf damage caused by fungus, disease or pests shall be repaired or replaced at no extra cost to the City. 4. Weed Control of Paved Surfaces: The Contractor shall be responsible for controlling, by mechanical or chemical means, weeds growing in cracks, expansion joints, curb, gutter and all other hardscape surface areas within the City landscape maintenance area on a continual basis. 5. Rodent Control: The Contractor shall be responsible for the eradication and control of all rodents, as necessary, on a continual basis. All mounds, burrows, or other damage shall be repaired by the Contractor upon discovery. Failure to successfully manage pests will result in the City performing the work and deducting the cost from monthly payments. (see Section A, 11, a) G-2 Appendix H Annual Treatment Calendar Turf Fertilization and Aeration Schedule Apply fertilizer only after soil is wet and irrigation coverage has been verified. Changes in specified material must be approved by the City Prior to application. Parks, Streetscapes, Medians, and Landscape: I DA Nov. 1 21-4-4 Nitra-King or Jan. 1 equal Mar. 1 Dimension 270-G Apr. 1 16-6-8 Turf Supreme July. 1 25-5-5 Super Turf w/Polyon 5 lbs./1,000 SF 5 lbs./1,000 SF X X Om it Omit Omit 3 lbs./1000 SF 1 X 1 X Omit 6 lbs./1,000 SF X Omit omit 6 lbs./1,000 SF X X Omit Mar. 1 Aerate N/A X X omit 'Sep. 1 Aerate N/A X omit omit Slope Shrub and Groundcover Fertilization and Pre-Emeraent Schedule Apply fertilizer to landscape only after soil is wet and irrigation coverage has been verified. Changes in specified materials must be approved by the City prior to application. Groundcovers, Flowerbeds, Shrubs, Trees, etc. Dec. 1 Mar. 1 July. 1 Oct. 1 MATERIAL 15-15-15 Triple Pro 15-15-15 Triple Pro 15-15-15 Triple Pro Dimension 270-G Pre - Emergent RATE 7 lbs./1,000 SF 7 lbs./1,000 SF 7 lbs./1,000 SF 3 lbs./1,000 SF LEVEL A LEVEL0:4;k' X Omit Omit X Omit Omit X X Omit X Omit Omit H-1 High Profile Fertilization Schedule Same as for Turf fertilizer with the following addition. • Incorporate renovation schedule into fertilization schedule. 5 lbs./1,000 SF • xjxj Omit H-2 Appendix I Reports and Schedules The Contractor will meet with the City Landscape Inspectors weekly to submit reports and schedules as requested. Failure to submit reports and schedules in a timely manner may result in a delay of monthly payments. Such reports must be detailed and thorough, and may include, but are not limited to: 1. Suggestions for improving problem areas: As needed or as requested by the City. 2. Reports of work planned: Prior to projects start. 3. Cost information to perform extra work: As needed or as requested by the City. 4. Maintenance Schedule(s): Due weekly at the inspectors meeting. a. The Contractor shall provide a weekly maintenance schedule to the City. b. Notification of any change in scheduled work must be received by the City at least twelve (12) hours prior to the scheduled time for work. c. The Contractor shall adjust his work schedule to compensate for all holidays and inclement weather. 5. Seasonal Irrigation Schedule Form(s): Due at the end of each month. 6. Pesticide Use Reports: Due at the end of each month. 7. Accident Reports: Due within 24 hours of the accident. 8. Incident Reports: Due within 24 hours of the incident. 9. Hazard Reports: Due within 24 hours of identification/discovery. 10. Irrigation Test Reports: Due weekly or at the end of the month, depending upon the type of site. 11. Payroll records are due monthly I-1 Irrigation Inspection Report Jlnne ' Name Date Date � � � ��� � . �StarL ' .CbntrmUer# � ` Day �Finish ` ____________ Location �Veh# ' �� � �� �Tota| Area of Operation Statons1-3G l 2 3 4 5 6| 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15116 17 18 19 20 21 OKHead Broken | | P|uggedNoz. Adjust Head Low Head BnmkanLa1 Solenoid Valve Mixed Heads Other 32 23 Good | | | | | | | | | | | | | | Fair Poor| | | | | | | | | | | / / / / / / / / / / / TLi oo Wet | | | | | | | | | | Stress | | | | | | | | | | | | | _ Landscape Condition | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | -_--,Controller �Yes No d�� ---- | --------'--------------'--- Recommended ETSchedule Independent Program Log Update &Complete 1-2 Notice of Application City of Chino Hills Date: Time(s): The Material(s) being applied is (are): Product Toxicity Category: (Signal word) EPA: Target Pest: Area Treated: (Attach map if necessary) Contractor's Signature City Inspector's Signature Must have on location at time of spraying 1-3 Appendix J Alternate Service Levels SERVICE LEVEL B Service level B shall follow all service level A except the following: 1. Section 12, f, (2) page 8: Non -irrigation issues must be addressed within 14 working days instead of 10. 2. Appendix A, Section 1, b page A-1: Frequency of mowing turf grass is every other week all year instead of every week March 1 through October 31. 3. Appendix A, Section 1, e page A-1: All clippings must be bagged instead of mulched. 4. Appendix A, Section 1, k page A-3: Omit 5. Appendix A, Section 1, m page A-3 Renovation of turf grasses is limited to correction of ruts, holes, low areas that do not drain, settling, and any condition which may be hazardous. 6. Appendix A, Section 2, b page A-4: Fertilize all shrub beds, and slopes 2 times per year instead of four. 7. Appendix A, Section 3, b page A-5: Fertilize all ground cover 2 times per year instead of four. 8. Appendix D, Section 1, d page D-1: All hardscape areas shall have leaves & debris removed weekly instead of daily. 9. Appendix D, Section 1, e page D-1: All play structures, surfaces & sports equipment shall be inspected for vandalism, safety hazards, and serviceability on a weekly basis instead of daily. 10.Appendix D, Section 2, b page D-2: all sand areas shall be roto-tilled quarterly instead of monthly. 11.Appendix D, Section 3, a page D-2: all hard surface areas shall be swept or blown clean monthly instead of weekly. 12.Appendix D, Section 4, page D-2: Omit infield maintenance. SERVICE LEVEL C Service level C shall follow all service level A except the following: J-1 1. Section 12, f, (2) page 8: working days instead of 10. 2. Appendix A, Section 1, b instead of every week March 3. Appendix A, Section 1, e mulched. 4. Appendix A, Section 1, g page A-2: Omit 5. Appendix A, Section 1, k page A-3: Omit Non -irrigation issues must be addressed within 30 page A-1: Frequency of mowing turf grass is monthly 1 through October 31 and bi-weekly other months. page A-1: All clippings must be bagged instead of 6. Appendix A, Section 1, m page A-3: Renovation of turf grasses is limited to correction of ruts, holes, low areas that do not drain, settling, and any condition which may be hazardous. 7. Appendix A, Section 1, h page A-3: Omit 8. Appendix A, Section 2, b page A-4: Omit 9. Appendix A, Section 2, c page A-4: Omit 10. Appendix A, Section 2, h page A-4: Omit 11. Appendix A, Section 3, b page A-5: Omit. 12. Appendix D, Section 1, d page D-1: All hardscape areas shall have leaves & debris removed weekly instead of daily. 13. Appendix D, Section 1, e page D-1: All play structures, surfaces & sports equipment shall be inspected for vandalism, safety hazards, and serviceability on a weekly basis instead of daily. 14. Appendix D, Section 2, b page D-2: all sand areas shall be roto-tilled quarterly instead of monthly. 15. Appendix D, Section 3, a page D-2: all hard surface areas shall be swept or blown clean monthly instead of weekly. 16. Appendix D, Section 4 page D-2: Omit infield maintenance. 17. Appendix G, Section 3, a, (1) page G-1: Omit turf weed control. 18. Appendix G, Section 4: Omit weed control of paved surfaces. J-2 gsa doce \N\ 4 i Appendix K - Map City of Chino Hills Landsca Maintenance Area South South Service Area Maco .n hrpula.nc. and rabnnc. pAI M . only. Saba taupe. onin.a..a.ota. All Imn. of a. bl. (hoot moet a. compete. Legend — on/ umim serves Le* ® London.* on.* snub. (37525 an.) BID SHEET 9 of 24 (Required) City of Chinn Hills Landscape Maintenance Bid Sheet for: South Service Area SERVICE LEVEL B Annual adjustments maybe incorporated into the agreement per the following table. Each of the "Monthly" and. Annual" fields for all five years must be filled -in. Under no circumstance shall the total annual contract decrease from any one year to the following year. Monthly Total 2018 Fee (from worksheet) $88,623.12 Beginning January 2019: Beginning January 2020: Beginning January 2021: Beginning January 2022: $ 93,133.56 $ 97, 873.55 $102,850.55 $108,076.35 Annual $1,063,477.44 $ 1,117,602.72 $ 1,174,482.60 $1,234,206.6© $ 1,296,916.20 Total Five Year Bid Amount: $5,886,685.56 Excel Landscape Inc. Legal Company Name joe@excellandscape.com Contact email and phone number Joe Alfaro Con l: ct Nam ur /01/1 Date 1. The provided square footage on the bid sheets is approximate and it is the responsibility of the contractor to determine the actual quantity and the cost to perform the work, 2. Maps, provided at the pre -bid meeting, display approximate locations of work areas and it is the responsibility of the contractor to field -verify all to determine the size and cost to complete the work for each area, 3. All fields must be complete or the bid will be rejected. 4. Parking lot areas noted above include landscaping within parking lots and are to be maintained by the contractor as part of the bid. 5. Landscape areas noted above may include decomposed granite (DG) trails which are to be maintained by the contractor as part of the bid, By checking this box, i acknowledge that the prices quoted include information up to Addendum No. 1 1 X City of Chino Hills BID SHEET 10 of 24 (Required) Landscape Maintenance Bid Sheet South Maintenance Area SERVICE LEVEL, B Fund Area 050 1 B - The Oaks/Green Valley Morningside Park Turf Park Landscape NON Park Turf NON Park Landscape NON Park Water Wise Landscape NON Park Median NON Park Slope 045 1HD - Los Ranchos - South Area Oak Ridge Park Turf Parking Lot Valle Vista Price Per Approximate Square Square Feet Foot Monthly Fee 150,000 168,380 76,490 76,430 8,540 450 88,570 174,410 4,530 Park Turf 103,510 Park Slope 44,610 NON Park Turf 175,970 NON Park Landscape 317,000 NON ParkMedians 67,500 NON Park Slope 3,305,790 $.004 $.008 $.004 $.008 $.01 $.2 $.008 $.004 $.01 $.004 $.008 $.004 $.008 $.009 $.004 $ 600.00 $ 1,347.04 $ 305.96 $ 611.44 $ 85.40 $ 90.00 $ 708.56 $ 697.64 $ 45.30 $ 414.04 - $ 356.88 $ 703.88 $ 2,536.00 - $607.50 - $ 13,223.16- 1. The provided square footage on the bid sheets is approximate and it is the responsibility of the contractor to determine the actual quantity and the costs to perform the work. 2. Maps, provided at the pre -bid meeting, display approximate locations of work areas and it is the responsibility of the contractor to field -verify all to determine the size and cost to complete the work for each area. 3. All fields, including "Price Per Square Foot" and "Monthly Fee" must be completed or the bid will be rejected. 4. Parking lot areas noted above indude landscaping within parking lots and are to be maintained by the contractor as part of the bid. 5. landscape areas noted above may include decomposed granite (DG) trails which are to be maintained by the contractor as part of the bid. City of Chino Hills BID SHEET 11 of 24 (Required) Landscape Maintenance Bid Sheet South Maintenance Area SERVICE LEVEL B Price Per Approximate Square Fund Area Square Feet Foot Monthly Fee 123 1 K - Woodview NON Park water wise - median 071 1 MD - Butterfield/Rincon Alterra Butterfield Hunters Hill Meadows 1,450 I $.05 I $ 72.50 Park Turf 146,290 Park Slope 152,300 Parking Lot 7,590 Park Turf 317,990 Sports Turf 22,200 Park Landscape 79,030 Courts 4,130 Parking Lot 22,790 Park Turf Parking Lot 220,650 6,110 Park Turf 216,810 Park Landscape 116,840 Park Water Wise Landscape 41,180 $.004 $.008 $.02 $.004 $.006 $.008 $.02 $.005 $.004 $.02 $ 585.16 - $ 1,218.40 - $ 151.80 - $ 1,271.96 - $133.20 $ 632.24 $ 82.60 $113.95 $ 882.60 $ 122.20 $.004 $ 867.24 $.008 $ 934.72 $.008 I $ 329.44 1. The provided square footage on the bid sheets is approximate and it is the responsibility of the contractor to determine the actual quantity and the costs to perform the work. 2. Maps, provided at the pre -bid meeting, display approximate locations of work areas and it is the responsibility of the contractor to field -verify all to determine the size and cost to complete the work for each area. 3. All fields, inducting "Price Per Square Foot" and "Monthly Fee" must be completed or the bid will be rejected. 4. Parking lot areas noted above include landscaping within parking lots and are to be maintained by the contractor as part of the bid. 5. Landscape areas noted above may include decomposed granite (DG) trails which are to be maintained by the contractor as part of the bid. City of Chino Hills 8ID SHEET 12 of 24 (Required) Landscape Maintenance Bid Sheet South Maintenance Area SERVICE LEVEL B Price Per Approximate Square Fund Area Square Feet Foot Monthly Fee Mystic Canyon Rincon Torrey Pines Park Turf Park Landscape Parking Lot Park Turf Sports Turf Parking Lot 77,060 35,480 13,930 182,400 100,860 10,450 Park Landscape 41,440 Park Slope 128,940 Arena 8,980 Parking Lot 11,680 NON Park Turf 304,120 NON Park Landscape 1,197,570 ,NON Park Median 203,720 NON Park Trail 11,730 NON Park Slope 2,233,200 124 Carbon Canyon Arterial Fire Station 40,670 Landscape (Firesafe garden) 46,180 NON Park Median 2,840 $.004 $.008 $.005 $.004 $.006 $.005 $.008 $.008 $.02 $.005 $.004 $.005 $.009 $.02 $.0043 $ 308.24 - $283.84 $ 69.65 - $ 729.60 $605.16 $ 52.25 $ 331.52 $ 1,031.52 - $179.60 - $ 58.40 $1,216.48 - $ 5,987.85 - $1,833.48 - $ 234.60 - $ 9,602.76 - $.005 I $ 203.35 $.005 1 $ 230.90 $.05 I $142.00 1. The provided square footage on the bid sheets is approximate and it is the responsibility of the contractor to determine the actual quantity and the costs to perform the work. 2. Maps, provided at the pre -bid meeting, display approximate locations of work areas and it is the responsibility of the contractor to field -verify all to determine the size and cost to complete the work for each area. 3. All fields, induding "Price Per Square Foot" and "Monthly Fee" must be completed or the bid will be rejected. 4. Parking lot areas noted above indude landscaping within parking lots and are to be maintained by the contractor as part of the bid. 5. Landscape areas noted above may include decomposed granite (DG) trails which are to be maintained by the contractor as part of the bid. City of Chino Hills BID SHEET 13 of 24 (Required) Landscape Maintenance Bid Sheet South Maintenance Area SERVICE LEVEL B Price Per Approximate Square Fund Area Square Feet Foot Monthly Fee 061 1 P - Carriage Hills NON Park Landscape NON Park Slope 001 General Fund 001-8400 Chino Hills Skate Park Park Turf Skate Bowl Parking Lot Cell Tower NON Park Landscape Cinnamon Park Park Turf Park Landscape Covington Park Park Turf Water Wise Landscape Danbury Park Park Turf Courts Eucalyptus Nature Park 304,020 square feet Park Trail 97,040 ($.008 $ 776.32 113,300 I $.008 , $ 906.40 28,060 I $.005 8,720 I $.01 20,820 I $.005 3,970 I $.05 168,300 I $.004 62,790 I $.008 21,700 I $.004 3,370 I $.05 347,120 I $.004 4,890 I $.05 25,300 I $.009 I$140.30 I $87.20 I$104.10 I$ 198.50 ` I$ 673.20 $ 502.32 I$ 86.80 I $ 168.50 $ 1,388.48 I$244.50 I$ 227.70 1. The provided square footage on the bid sheets is approximate and it is the responsibility of the contractor to determine the actual quantity and the costs to perform the work. 2. Maps, provided at the pre -bid meeting, display approximate locations of work areas and it is the responsibility of the contractor to field -verify all to determine the size and cost to complete the work for each area. 3. All fields, including "Price Per Square Foot" and "Monthly Fee" must be completed or the bid will be rejected. 4. Parking lot areas noted above include landscaping within parking lots and are to be maintained by the contractor as part of the bid. 5. Landscape areas noted above may include decomposed granite (DG) trails which are to be maintained by the contractor as part of the bid. City of Chino Hills BID SHEET 14 of 24 (Required) Landscape Maintenance Bid Sheet South Maintenance Area SERVICE LEVEL B Price Per Approximate Square Fund Area Square Feet Foot Monthly Fee Fairfield Ranch Park Park Turf '' 107,820 I $_00 I $ 431.28 Sports Turf 58,970 I $.006 I $353.82 Park Landscape 97,590 I $ 008 I $ 780.72 Courts 5,120 I $.01 I $ 51.20 Glenmeade Park - includes shuffleboard area Park Turf 113,860 I $.004 I $ 455.44 Park Landscape 41,640 I $.008 I $ 333.12 Hickory Creek Park 333,121 square feet total Hill Top Park Park Trail Park Landscape 33,950 I $.005 I $ 169.75 277,280 I $.007 Hollow Run Nature Park 556,355 squar foot total Park Landscape 37,690 I $.008 Park Trail 44,980 I $.005 Pinehurst Park Park Turf Park Slope Courts Parking Lot Sleepy Hollow Community Center Park Slope 173,130 I $.004 336,070 I $.007 4,420 $.05 21,490 I $.005 5,390 I $.05 $ 1,940.96 I$ 301.52 I$ 224.90 I$ 692.52 I$ 2,352.49 I$ 221.00 I$ 107.45 I$269.50 1. The provided square footage on the bid sheets is approximate and it is the responsibility of the contractor to determine the actual quantity and the costs to perform the work. 2. Maps, provided at the pre -bid meeting, display approximate locations of work areas and it is the responsibility of the contractor to field verify all to determine the size and cost to complete the work for each area. 3. All fields, including "Price Per Square Foot" and "Monthly Fee" must be completed or the bid will be rejected. 4. Parking lot areas noted above include landscaping within parking lots and are to be maintained by the contractor as part of the bid. 5. Landscape areas noted above may indude decomposed granite (DG) trails which are to be maintained by the contractor as part of the bid. City of Chino Hills BID SHEET 15 of 24 (Required) Landscape Maintenance Bid Sheet South Maintenance Area SERVICE LEVEL B Price Per Approximate Square Fund. Area Square Feet Foot Monthly Fee Strickling Nature Park 570,378 square foot total Park Landscape 46,160 Park Trail 50,950 Western Hills Park Park Landscape 57,950 NON Park Turf 78,910 NON Park Landscape 101,760 NON Park Water Wise Landscape 230,680 NON Park Median 22,020 NON Park Trail 9,220 073 Vellano Maintenance District Vellano Park Overlook Park $.008 $.005 $.008 $.004 $.008 $.007 $.009 $.02 Park Turf 65,150 I $.032 Park Landscape 80,500 I $.03 Courts 17,270 I $.02 Parking Lot 16,000 I $ 02 Park Turf Park Landscape Parking Lot 41,370 1 $.06 14,510 I $.008 4,020 I $.05 $ 369.28 - $ 254.75 $ 463.60 $ 315.64 $ 814.08 $ 1,614.76 $ 198.18 - $ 184.40 - I $ 2,084.80 I$2,415.00 I$ 345.40 I $ 320.00 $ 2, 482.20 $ 116.08 $ 201.00 1. The provided square footage on the bid sheets is approximate and it is the responsibility of the contractor to determine the actual quantity and the costs to perform the work. 2. Maps, provided at the pre -bid meeting, display approximate locations of work areas and it is the responsibility of the contractor to field -verify all to determine the size and cost to complete the work for each area. 3. All fields, including "Price Per Square Foot" and "Monthly Fee" must be completed or the bid will be rejected. 4. Parking lot areas noted above include landscaping within parking lots and are to be maintained by the contractor as part of the bid. 5. Landscape areas noted above may include decomposed granite (DG) trails which are to be maintained by the contractor as part of the bid. City of Chino Hills BID SHEET 16 of 24 (Required) Landscape Maintenance Bid Sheet South Maintenance Area SERVICE LEVEL B Price Per Approximate Square Fund Area Square Feet Foot Monthly Fee NON Park Landscape 202,120 I $.007 I $1,414.84 - NON Park Water Wise Landscape 9,480 I $..02 I $ 189.60 - NON Park Slope -weed abatement only 348,630 I $.0024 I $ 836.71 - 659 Vila Borba Maintenance District Vila Borba Park Park Turf Parking Lot NON Park Trail 231,600 I $.0273 15,370 I $.021 67,070 I $.005 I$ 6, 322.68 - I$ 322.77 - I$335.35 Total 2018 Monthly Landscape Maintenance - South Maintenance Area: $ 88,623.12- 1. The provided square footage on the bid sheets is approximate and it is the responsibility of the contractor to determine the actual quantity and the costs to perform the work. 2. Maps, provided at the pre -bid meeting, display approximate locations of work areas and it is the responsibility of the contractor to field -verify all to determine the size and cost to complete the work for each area. 3. All fields, including "Price Per Square Foot" and "Monthly Fee" must be completed or the bid will be rejected. 4. Parking lot areas noted above include landscaping within parking lots and are to be maintained by the contractor as part of the bid. 5. Landscape areas noted above may include decomposed granite (DG) trails which are to be maintained by the contractor as part of thebid. i Houriv Rates Supervisor Laborer Specialty Personnel a. Applicator b. Irrigator c. Equipment Operator d. e. City of Chino Hills Landscape Maintenance Services Extra Work and Renovations Recular Time Overtime $ 65.00 $ 97.95 $ 35.00 $ 52.50 $ 65.00 $ 97.50 $ 65.00 $ 97.50 $ 55.00 $ 82.50 $ 65.00 $ 97.50 $ $ $ $ Turf Maintenance Mowing Edge & Trim Fertilization (placement only) Aerification (w/out removal of cores) Thatching (incl. removals) Weed Control(placement only) Pest Control (w/out chemical) Irrigation* a. New (under maintenance agreement) b. Repairs Landscape Maintenance (shrub & groundcover) Edge & trim Weed & clean-up Fertilization (placement only) Pest Control (w/out chemical) Pruning -shrubs Pruning - trees Vertical mulch - trees Vegetation removal Irrigation* a. New (under maintenance agreement b. Repairs over 18' but less than 40' 1 of 2 $ 50.00 /10,000 SF $ 15.00 /1,000 LF $ 35.00 /10,000 SF $ 50.00 /10,000 SF $ 200.00 /10,000 SF $ 65.00 /10,000 SF $ 65.00 /10,000 SF $ 55.00 /hour $ 55.00 /hour $ 25.00 $ 1,000.00 $ 35.00 $ 65.00 $ 1,000.00 $ Not Available $ 100.00 $ 1,500.00 $ 55.00 $ 55.00 /1,000 LF /10,000 SF /10,000 SF /10,000 SF /10,000 SF /EA /EA /10,000 SF /hour /hour City of Chino Hills Landscape Maintenance Services Extra Work and Renovations Sports Turf Maintenance Mowing $ 50.00 /10,000 SF Edge & trim $ 15.00 /LF Fertilization (placement only) $ 35.00 /10,000 SF Aerification (wlout removal of cores) $ 50.00 /10,000 SF Thatching (incl. removals) $ 200.00 /10,000 SF Weed Control (placement only) $ 65.00 /10,000 SF Pest Control (w/out chemical) $ 65.00 /10,000 SF Renovation (see Appendix A,1-m) $ 1,600.00 /10,000 SF Ballfieid $ 150.00 /balifield (infield approximately 7,000 SF) Plant Material (installed - any landscape or sports turf area), Annual color (4') $ 3.00 IEA Ground cover $ 25.00 /Flat 1-Gallon (less than 50 units) $ 8.00 /EA 1-Galion (more than 50 units) $ 8.00 /EA 5-Gallon (less than 50 units) $ 25.00 /EA 5-Gallon (more than 50 units) $ 25.00 /EA 15-Galion (less than 10 units) $ 110.00 /EA 15-Gallon (more than 10 units) $ 110.00 /EA 24* box tree $ 220.00 /EA Seeded turf $ .06 /SF Sodded turf $ 1.50 /SF Stoionized turf $ 1.50 /SF Hydroseed $ .15 /SF *Material & Equipment costs shall be the actual cost plus 15% mark up. Equipment includes reasonable rental time. Average Costs for Maintenance Chances: Average annual cost for total turf maintenance $ 1,200.00 Average annual cost for total landscape maintenance $ 1,200.00 Average annual cost for total slope maintenance $ 950.00 Emergency Call -out: $ 75.00 (Billable only if irrigation reports are current) 2 of 2 /10,000 SF /10,000 SF /10,000 SF /hour LD CID ��� 19 Ah 10% 02 � �1 ' Ctfikt,, lAttIS CITY OF CHI 0 HILLS an�e Services South�t� Service uBid for: Landscapeice Area October 1pzo17 A GEL LANDSCAPE CA 92879_5724 108-Corona, 6g4553 710 gmp Ave. Sine 735-0469' tic # (951) 735-9650 Fax (951) MANDATORY STATEMENTS • These Bid Specifications shall be incorporated in its entirety as a part of our bid. • Excel Landscape has provided quality landscape maintenance for over 40 years. We are a licensed C-27 contractor and a licensed pest control advisor and applicator. We have numerous current contracts in excess of $1,000,000.00. We have worked on some of these contracts for over 20 years. Please see the following partial list: City of Chino Hills, Sean O'conner, Manager, 909-364-2812, soconnor(a,chinohills.org City of Murrieta, George Moring, Supervisor, 951-461-6124, Gmoringna,murrietaco.gov City of Temecula, Stacy Fox, Supervisor, 951-443-8138, stacv.fox@TemeculaCA.gov County of Riverside, Michael Franklin, Manager, 951-955-6652, MFranktin@rivcoeda.org City of Claremont, Dave Roger, Deputy Director, 951-990-6963, drogeraci.claremont.ca.us • All charges for services will be a "Not -To -Exceed" fee, as submitted with and made part of our bid. • The submitted fee schedule is part of our bid for use in invoicing for progress payments. • All federal laws and regulations shall be adhered to notwithstanding any state or local laws and regulations. In case of conflict between federal, state, or local laws or regulations, the strictest shall be adhered to. • Excel Landscape shall allow all authorized federal, state, county, and the City of Chino Hills officials access to place of work, books, documents, papers, fiscal, payroll materials, and other relevant contract records pertinent to this project upon request. All relevant records shall be retained for at least three years. • Excel Landscape does not discriminate against any employee or applicant for employment because of race, color, religion, sex, or national origin. • Excel Landscape shall comply with current California Labor Code pursuant to said regulations entitled: Federal Labor Standards provisions and State of California Prevailing Wage Rates, respectively. • Excel Landscape is registered and current with the Department of Industrial Relations (DIR). Our number is 1000007099. City of Chino Hills STATEMENT OF QUALIFICATIONS The Statement of Qualification Form must be completed in full, and submitted as part of the bid package, per bid instructions. I. Company information Date Prepared: October 16, 2017 Company's Name: Excel Landscape Inc. Address: 1191 Magnolia Ave. Ste. D400, Corona CA 92879 Contact Name: Marty Fox Phone: 951-735-9650 E-mail: marty@excellandscape.com II. Work History - Most recent on top Municipality City of Chino Hills City of Temecula City of Murrieta East Valley Water Dist County of Riverside Non -Municipal Organization Bass Pro Shop Weldon L. Brown Co. Redlands Academy Equity Management Management Trust III. Licenses Contact E-mail soconner@chinohills.org Dates of Contract 1990 - Present stacy.fox@cityof temecula.org 1993 - Present Gmoring@murrietaca.gov john@eastvalley.org MFranklin@rivcoeda.org Contact E-mail rvtungcab@basspro.com Bud@weldonbrown.com dgibbs@redlandsacademy.org LRubin@equity.com Richard.Romero@managementtrust.com e,3 t I `v V Contractor C-27 #: 694553 DAL # (Dept of Pesticide): 97980 DIR (Dept of Industrial Relations): 1000007099 1994 - Present 2012 - Present 2001 - Present Dates of Contract 2013 - Present 2001 - Present 1994 - Present 2003 - Present 2004 - Present Annual Value $ 802,032.00 $2,341,512.00 $2,922,288.00 $146, 400.00 $1,469, 568.00 Annual Value $57,600.00 $82,440.00 $25,200.00 $27,696.00 $16,680.00 Hourly Rates Supervisor Laborer Specialty Personnel a. Applicator b. Irrigator c. Equipment Operator d. e. City of Chino Hills Landscape Maintenance Services Extra Work and Renovations Regular Time Overtime $ 65.00 $ 97.95 $ 35.00 $ 52.50 $ 65.00 $ 97.50 $ 65.00 $ 97.50 $ 55.00 $ 82.50 $ 65.00 $ 97.50 $ $ $ $ Turf Maintenance Mowing Edge & Trim Fertilization (placement only) Aerification (w/out removal of cores) Thatching (incl. removals) Weed Control(placement only) Pest Control (w/out chemical) Irrigation* a. New (under maintenance agreement) b. Repairs Landscape Maintenance (shrub & groundcover) Edge & trim Weed & clean-up Fertilization (placement only) Pest Control (w/out chemical) Pruning -shrubs Pruning - trees Vertical mulch - trees Vegetation removal Irrigation* a. New (under maintenance agreement b. Repairs over 18' but less than 40' 1 of 2 $ 50.00 $ 15.00 $ 35.00 $ 50.00 $ 200.00 $ 65.00 $ 65.00 $ 55.00 $ 55.00 $ 25.00 $ 1,000.00 $ 35.00 $ 65.00 $ 1,000.00 $ Not Available $ 100.00 $ 1,500.00 $ 55.00 $ 55.00 /10,000 SF /1,000 LF /10,000 SF /10,000 SF /10,000 SF /10,000 SF /10,000 SF /hour /hour /1,000 LF /10,000 SF /10,000 SF /10,000 SF /10,000 SF /EA /EA /10,000 SF /hour /hour City of Chino Hills Landscape Maintenance Services Extra Work and Renovations Sports Turf Maintenance Mowing $ 50.00 /10,000 SF Edge & trim $ 15.00 /LF Fertilization (placement only) $ 35.00 /10,000 SF Aerification (w/out removal of cores) $ 50.00 /10,000 SF Thatching (incl. removals) $ 200.00 /10,000 SF Weed Control (placement only) $ 65.00 /10,000 SF Pest Control (w/out chemical) $ 65.00 /10,000 SF Renovation (see Appendix A,1-m) $ 1,600.00 /10,000 SF Ballfieid $ 150.00 /ballfieid (infield approximately 7,000 SF) Plant Material (installed - anv landscape or snorts turf areal Annual color (4') $ 3.00 /EA Ground cover $ 25.00 /Flat 1-Gallon (less than 50 units) $ 8.00 /EA 1-Gallon (more than 50 units) $ 8.00 /EA 5-Gallon (less than 50 units) $ 25.00 /EA 5-Gallon (more than 50 units) $ 25.00 /EA 15-Gallon (less than 10 units) $ 110.00 /EA 15-Gallon (more than 10 units) $ 11 o.00 /EA 24* box tree $ 220.00 /EA Seeded turf $ .06 /SF Sodded turf $ 1.50 /SF Stolonized turf $ 1.50 /SF Hydroseed $ .15 /SF *Material & Equipment costs shall be the actual cost plus 15% mark up. Equipment includes reasonable rental time. Average Costs for Maintenance Changes: Average annual cost for total turf maintenance $ 1,200.00 /10,000 SF Average annual cost for total landscape maintenance $ 1,200.00 /10,000 SF Average annual cost for total slope maintenance $ 950.00 /10,000 SF Emeraencv Call -out: $ 100.00 /hour (Billable only if irrigation reports are current) 2 of 2 BID SHEET 1. of 24 (Required) City of Chino Hills Landscape Maintenance Bid Sheet for: South Service Area SERVICE LEVEL A Annual adjustments maybe incorporated into the agreement per the following table. Each of the "Monthly" and Annual" fields for all five years must be filled -in. Under no circumstance shall the total annual contract decrease from any one year to the following year. Monthly Annual Total 2018 Fee (from worksheet) $106,829.9-7 $1,281,959.64 Beginning January 2019: Beginning January 2020: Beginning January 2021: Beginning January 2022: $ 112,171.46 $ 1, 346, 057.52 $117,780.00 $1,413,360.00 $123,669.00 $1,484,028.00 $129,852.45 $1,558,229.40 Total Five Year Bid Amount: $ 7,083,634.56 Excel Landscape Inc. Legal Company Name joe@excellandscape.com, 951-735-9650 Contact email and phone number Joe Alfaro Co d:ct Nam nature 10/16/17 Date 1. The provided square footage on the bid sheets is approximate and it is the responsibility of the contractor to determine the actual quantity and the cost to perform the work. 2. Maps, provided at the pre -bid meeting, display approximate locations of work areas and it is the responsibility of the contractor to field -verify all to determine the size and cost to complete the work for each area. 3. All fields must be complete or the bid will be rejected. 4. Parking lot areas noted above include landscaping within parking lots and are to be maintained by the contractor as part of the bid. 5. Landscape areas noted above may include decomposed granite (DG) trails which are to be maintained by the contractor as part of the bid. By checking this box, I acknowledge that the prices quoted include information up to Addendum No. 1 City of Chino Hills BID SHEET 2 of 24 (Required) Landscape Maintenance Bid Sheet South Maintenance Area SERVICE LEVEL A Price Per Approximate Square Fund Area Square Feet Foot Monthly Fee 050 1 B - The Oaks/Green Valley Morningside Park Turf 150,000 $.007 Park Landscape 168,380 $.008 NON Park Turf 76,490 $.007 NON Park Landscape 76,430 $.008 NON Park Water Wise Landscape 8,540 $.01 NON Park Median 450 $ 2 NON Park Slope .88,570 $.008 045 1HD - Los Ranchos - South Area Oak Ridge Park Turf Parking Lot Valle Vista 174,410 4,530 Park Turf 103,510 Park Slope 44,610 NON Park Turf 175,970 NON Park Landscape 317,000 NON ParkMedians 67,500 NON Park Slope 3,305,790 $.007 $.01 $.007 $.008 $.007 $.008 $.01 $.006 $ 1,050.00 $ 1,347.04 - $ 535.43 - $ 611.44 - $ 85.40 $ 90.00 $ 708.56 $ 1,220.87 - $ 45.30 - $ 724.57 $ 356.88 - $ 1,231.79 - $ 2,536.00 - $ 675.00 - $19,834.74- 1. The provided square footage on the bid sheets is approximate and it is the responsibility of the contractor to determine the actual quantity and the costs to perform the work. 2. Maps, provided at the pre -bid meeting, display approximate locations of work areas and it is the responsibility of the contractor to field -verify all to determine the size and cost to complete the work for each area. 3. All fields, including "Price Per Square Foot" and "Monthly Fee" must be completed or the bid will be rejected. 4. Parking lot areas noted above include landscaping within parking lots and are to be maintained by the contractor as part of the bid. 5. Landscape areas noted above may include decomposed granite (DG) trails which are to be maintained by the contractor as part of the bid. City of Chino Hills BID SHEET 3 of 24 (Required) Landscape Maintenance Bid Sheet South Maintenance Area SERVICE LEVEL A Price Per Approximate Square Fund Area Square Feet Foot Monthly Fee 123 1 K - Woodview NON Park water wise - median 1,450 071 1 MD - Butterfield/Rincon Alterra Butterfield Hunters Hill Meadows Park Turf 146,290 Park Slope 152,300 Parking Lot 7,590 Park Turf 317,990 Sports Turf 22,200 Park Landscape 79,030 Courts 4,130 Parking Lot 22,790 Park Turf Parking Lot 220,650 6,110 Park Turf 216,810 Park Landscape 116,840 Park Water Wise Landscape 41,180 $.05 I $ 72.50 $.007 $.008 $.02 $.007 $.008 $.008 $.02 $.005 $.007 $.02 $.007 $.008 $.008 $ 1,024.03 - $1,218.40 - $ 151.80 - $ 2,225.93 - $177.60 $ 632.24 $ 82.60 $ 113.95 $1,544.55 - $ 122.20 - $ 1,517.67 - $ 934.72 - $ 329.44 - 1. The provided square footage on the bid sheets is approximate and it is the responsibility of the contractor to determine the actual quantity and the costs to perform the work. 2. Maps, provided at the pre -bid meeting, display approximate locations of work areas and it is the responsibility of the contractor to field -verify all to determine the size and cost to complete the work for each area. 3. All fields, including "Price Per Square Foot" and "Monthly Fee" must be completed or the bid will be rejected. 4. Parking lot areas noted above indude landscaping within parking lots and are to be maintained by the contractor as part of the bid. 5. Landscape areas noted above may include decomposed granite (DG) trails which are to be maintained by the contractor as part of the bid. City of Chino Hills BID SHEET 4 of 24 (Required) Landscape Maintenance Bid Sheet South Maintenance Area SERVICE LEVEL A Fund Area Mystic Canyon Park Turf • Park Landscape Parking Lot Rincon Price Per Approximate Square Square Feet Foot Monthly Fee 77,060 35,480 13,930 Park Turf 182,400 Sports Turf 100,860 Parking Lot 10,450 Torrey Pines Park Landscape 41,440 Park Slope 128,940 Arena 8,980 Parking Lot 11,680 NON Park Turf 304,120 NON Park Landscape 1,197,570 NON Park Median 203,720 • NON Park Trail 11,730 NON Park Slope 2,233,200 124 Carbon Canyon Arterial Fire Station 40,670 Landscape (Firesafe garden) 46,180 $.007 $.008 $.005 $.007 $.007 $.005 $.008 $.008 $.02 $.005 $.007 $.007 $.009 $.02 $.006 $.006 $.006 $ 539.42 $ 283.84 $ 69.65 $ 1,276.80 - $706.02 $ 52.25 - $ 331.52 $ 1,031.52 - $179.60 - $ 58.40 - $ 2,128.84 $8,382.99 - $ 1,833.48 - $ 234.60 - $13,399.20- $ 244.02 $ 277.08 NON Park Median 2,840 $.05 $142.00 1. The provided square footage on the bid sheets is approximate and it is the responsibility of the contractor to determine the actual quantity and.the costs to perform the work. 2. Maps, provided at the pre -bid meeting, display approximate locations of work areas and it is the responsibility of the contractor to field -verify all to determine the size and cost to complete the work for each area. 3. All fields, including "Price Per Square Foot" and "Monthly Fee" must be completed or the bid will be rejected. 4. Parking lot areas noted above include landscaping within parking Tots and are to be maintained by the contractor as part of the bid. 5. Landscape areas noted above may include decomposed granite (DG) trails which are to be maintained by the contractor as part of the bid. City of Chino Hills BID SHEET 5 of 24 (Required) Landscape Maintenance Bid Sheet South Maintenance Area SERVICE LEVEL A Price Per Approximate Square Fund Area Square Feet Foot Monthly Fee 061 1 P - Carriage Hills NON Park Landscape 97,040 I $.008 I $ 776.32 - NON Park Slope 113,300 I .008 I $906.40 - 001 General Fund 001-8400 Chino Hills Skate Park Park Turf 28,060 I $.007 I $196.42 - Skate Bowl 8,720 I $.01 I $ 87.20 - Parking Lot 20,820 I $.005 I $ 104.10 - CeII Tower NON Park Landscape Cinnamon Park Park Turf Park Landscape Covington Park Park Turf Water Wise Landscape Danbury Park Park Turf Courts Eucalyptus Nature Park 304,020 square feet Park Trail 3,970 I $.05 168,300 I $.007 62,790 I $.008 21,700 I $.007 3,370 I $.05 347,120 I $.007 4,890 I $.05 $ 198.50 $ 1,178.10 - $ 502.32 - $151.90 - $168.50 - $ 2,429.84 - $ 244.50 - 25,300 I $.009 I $ 227.70 - 1. The provided square footage on the bid sheets is approximate and it is the responsibility of the contractor to determine the actual quantity and the costs to perform the work. 2. Maps, provided at the pre -bid meeting, display approximate locations of work areas and it Is the responsibility of the contractor to field -verify all to determine the size and cost to complete the work for each area. 3. Ali fields, Including "Price Per Square Foot" and "Monthly Fee" must be completed or the bid will be rejected. 4. Parking lot areas noted above indude landscaping within parking lots and are to be maintained by the contractor as part of the bid. S. Landscape areas noted above may indude decomposed granite (DG) trails which are to be maintained by the contractor as part of the bid. City of Chino Hills BID SHEET 6 of 24 (Required) Landscape Maintenance Bid Sheet South Maintenance Area SERVICE LEVEL A Price Per Approximate Square Fund Area Square Feet Foot Monthly Fee Fairfield Ranch Park Park Turf 107,820 I $.007 I $ 754.74 Sports Turf 58,970 I $.009 I $530.73 Park Landscape 97,590 I $.008 $ 780.72 Courts 5,120 I $.01 I $51.20 Glenmeade Park - includes shuffleboard area Park Turf 113,860 1$.007 I $ 797.02 - Park Landscape 41,640 $.008 I $ 333.12 - Hickory Creek Park 333,121 square feet total Hill Top Park Park Trail Park Landscape 33,950 I $.005 I $ 169.75 277,280 I $.008 $ 2,218.24 - Hollow Run Nature Park 556,355 squar foot total Park Landscape 37,690 I $.008 I $ 301.52 - Park Trail 44,980 I $.005 I $ 224.90 - Pinehurst Park Park Turf Park Slope Courts Parking Lot 173,130 I $.007 336,070 I $.008 4,420 I $.05 21,490 I $.005 Sleepy Hollow Community Center Park Slope 5,390 I $.05 1. The provided square footage on the bid sheets is approximate and it is the responsibility of the contractor to determine the actual quantity and the costs to perform the work. 2. Maps, provided at the pre -bid meeting, display approximate locations of work areas and it is the responsibility of the contractor to field -verify all to determine the size and cost to complete the work for each area. 3. Ail'fields, including "Price Per Square Foot" and "Monthly Fee" must be completed or the bid will be rejected. 4. Parking lot areas noted above include landscaping within parking Tots and are to be maintained by the contractor as part of the bid. 5. Landscape areas noted above may include decomposed granite (DG) trails which are to be maintained by the contractor as part of the bid. $1,211.91 - $ 2,688.56 - $ 221.00 $ 107.45 $ 269.50 City of Chino Hills BID SHEET 7 of 24 (Required) Landscape Maintenance Bid Sheet South Maintenance Area SERVICE LEVEL A Price Per Approximate Square Fund Area Square Feet Foot Strickling Nature Park 570,378 square foot total Park Landscape 46,160 Park Trail 50,950 Western Hills Park Park Landscape 57,950 NON Park Turf 78,910 NON Park Landscape 101,760 NON Park Water Wise Landscape 230,680 NON Park Median 22,020 NON Park Trail 9,220 073 Vellano Maintenance District Vellano Park Overlook Park $.008 $.005 $.008 $.006 $.008 $.008 $.009 $.02 Park Turf 65,150 I $.032 Park Landscape 80,500 I $.02 Courts 17,270I $.01 Parking Lot 16,000 I $.01 Park Turf 41,370 I $.006 Park Landscape 14,510 I $.008 Parking Lot 4,020 I $.05 Monthly Fee $ 369.28 - $ 254.75 - $ 463.60 $ 473.46 $ 814.08 $ 1,845.44 - $198.18 - $184.40 $ 2,084.80 $ 1,610.00 $ 172.70 $ 160.00 $ 248.22 $ 116.08 $ 201.00 1. The provided square footage on the bid sheets is approximate and it is the responsibility of the contractor to determine the actual quantity and the costs to perform the work. 2. Maps, provided at the pre -bid meeting, display approximate locations of work areas and it is the responsibility of the contractor to field -verify all to determine the size and cost $o complete the work for each area. 3. All fields, including "Price Per Square Foot" and "Monthly Fee" must be completed or the bid will be rejected. 4. Parking lot areas noted above include landscaping within parking lots and are to be maintained by the contractor as part of the bid. 5. Landscape areas noted above may include decomposed granite (DG) trails which are to be maintained by the contractor as part of the bid. City of Chino Hills BID SHEET 8 of 24 (Required) Landscape Maintenance Bid Sheet South Maintenance Area SERVICE LEVEL A Price Per Approximate Square Fund Area Square Feet Foot Monthly Fee NON Park Landscape 202,120 I $.008 I $ 1,616.96 NON Park Water Wise Landscape 9,480 I $.02 I $ 189.60 - NON Park Slope -weed abatement only 348,630 I $.001 I $ 348.63 - 659 Vila Borba Maintenance District Vila Borba Park Park Turf Parking Lot NON Park Trail 231,600 I $.02 15,370 I $.02 67,070 I $.005 I$ 4,632.00 I$ 307.40 - I$ 335.35 - Total 2018 Monthly Landscape Maintenance - South Maintenance Area: I $ 106,829.97 1. The provided square footage on the bid sheets is approximate and it is the responsibility of the contractor to determine the actual quantity and the costs to perform the work. 2. Maps, provided at the pre -bid meeting, display approximate locations of work areas and it is the responsibility of the contractor to field -verify all to determine the size and cost to complete the work for each area. 3. All fields, including "Price Per Square Foot" and "Monthly Fee" must be completed or the bid will be rejected. 4. Parking lot areas noted above include landscaping within parking lots and are to be maintained by the contractor as part of the bid. 5. Landscape areas noted above may include decomposed granite (DG) trails which are to be maintained by the contractor as part of the bid. BID SHEET 9 of 24 (Required) City of Chino Hills Landscape Maintenance Bid Sheet for: South Service Area SERVICE LEVEL B Annual adjustments maybe incorporated into the agreement per the following table. Each of the "Monthly" and Annual" fields for all five years must be filled -in. Under no circumstance shall the total annual contract decrease from any one year to the following year. Monthly Annual Total 2018 Fee (from worksheet) $90,285.30 $ 1,083,423.60 I Beginning January 2019: $ 94,799.56 $1,137,594.72 Beginning January2020: $ 99,539.55 $1,194,474.60- Beginning January 2021: $ 104,516.55 $1,254,198.60- Beginning January 2022: $ 109,742.35 $1,316,908.20- Total Five Year Bid Amount: I 5,986,599.72 Excel Landscape Inc. Joe Alfaro Legal Company Name Co j0.ct Narri .r,nt) joe@excellandscape.com, 951-735-9650 Contact email and phone number nature 10/16/17 Date 1. The provided square footage on the bid sheets is approximate and it is the responsibility of the contractor to determine the actual quantity and the cost to perform the work. 2. Maps, provided at the pre -bid meeting, display approximate locations of work areas and it is the responsibility of the contractor to field -verify all to determine the size and cost to complete the work for each area. 3. All fields must be complete or the hid will be rejected, 4. Parking lot areas noted above include landscaping within parking lots and are to be maintained by the contractor as part of the bid. 5. Landscape areas noted above may include decomposed granite (DG) trails which are to be maintained by the contractor as part of the bid. checking this box, I acknowledge that t',e prices quoted include information up to Addendum No. 1 ( X City of Chino Hills BID SHEET 10 of 24 (Required) Landscape Maintenance Bid Sheet South Maintenance Area SERVICE LEVEL B Fund Area 050 1 B - The Oaks/Green Valley Morningside Price Per Approximate Square Square Feet Foot Monthly Fee Park Turf 150,000 Park Landscape 168,380 NON Park Turf 76,490 NON Park Landscape 76,430 NON Park Water Wise Landscape 8,540 NON Park Median 450 NON Park Slope 88,570 045 1HD - Los Ranchos - South Area Oak Ridge Park Turf 174,410 Parking Lot 4,530 Valle Vista $.004 $.008 $.004 $.008 $.01 $.2 $.008 $.004 $.01 $ 600.00 $ 1,347.04 - $ 305.96 $ 611.44 $ 85.40 $ 90.00 $ 708.56 $ 697.64 - $ 45.30 - Park Turf 103,510 $ 004 $ 414.04 Park Slope 44,610 $.008 $ 356.88 NON Park Turf 175,970 $.004 $ 703.88 NON Park Landscape 317,000 $.008 $ 2,536.00 - NON ParkMedians 67,500 $.009 $607.50 - NON Park Slope 3,305,790 $.004 $ 13,223.16' 1. The provided square footage on the bid sheets is approximate and it is the responsibility of the contractor to determine the actual quantity and the costs to perform the work. 2. Maps, provided at the pre -bid meeting, display approximate locations of work areas and it is the responsibility of the contractor to field -verify all to determine the size and cost to complete the work for each area. 3, All fields, induding "Price Per Square Foot" and "Monthly Fee" must be completed or the bid will be rejected. 4. Parking lot areas noted above include landscaping within parking lots and are to be maintained by the contractor as part of the bid. 5. Landscape areas noted above may include decomposed granite (DG) trails which are to be maintained by the contractor as part of the bid. City of Chino Hills BID SHEET 11 of 24 (Required) Landscape Maintenance Bid Sheet South Maintenance Area SERVICE LEVEL B Price Per Approximate Square Fund Area Square Feet Foot Monthly Fee 123 1 K - Woodview NON Park water wise - median 071 1 MD - Butterfield/Rincon Alterra Butterfield Hunters Hill Meadows 1,450 I $.05 I $ 72.50 - Park Turf 146,290 Park Slope 152,300 Parking Lot 7,590 Park Turf 317,990 Sports Turf 22,200 Park Landscape 79,030 Courts 4,130 Parking Lot 22,790 Park Turf Parking Lot 220,650 6,110 Park Turf 216,810 Park Landscape 116,840 Park Water Wise Landscape 41,180 $.004 $.008 $.02 $.004 $.006 $.008 $.02 $.005 $.004 $.02 $.004 $.008 $.008 $ 585.16 - $ 1,218.40 - $ 151.80 - $ 1,271.96 - $133.20 $ 632.24 $ 82.60 $113.95 $ 882.60 - $ 122.20 - $ 867.24 - $ 934.72 - $ 329.44 - 1. The •provided square footage on the bid sheets is approximate and it is the responsibility of the contractor to determine the actual quantity and the costs to perform the work. 2. Maps, provided at the pre -bid meeting, display approximate locations of work areas and it is the responsibility of the contractor to field -verify all to determine the size and cost to complete the work for each area. 3. All fields, including "Price Per Square Foot" and "Monthly Fee" must be completed or the bid will be rejected. 4. Parking lot areas noted above include landscaping within parking lots and are to be maintained by the contractor as part of the bid. S. Landscape areas noted above may include decomposed granite (DG) trails which are to be maintained by the contractor as part of the bid. City of Chino Hills BID SHEET 12 of 24 (Required) Landscape Maintenance Bid Sheet South Maintenance Area SERVICE LEVEL B Price Per Approximate Square Fund Area Square Feet Foot Monthly Fee Mystic Canyon Rincon Torrey Pines Park Turf Park Landscape Parking Lot Park Turf Sports Turf Parking Lot 77,060 35,480 13,930 182,400 100,860 10,450 Park Landscape 41,440 Park Slope 128,940 Arena 8,980 Parking Lot 11,680 NON Park Turf 304,120 NON Park Landscape 1,197,570 ,,NON Park Median 203,720 NON Park Trail 11,730 NON Park Slope 2,233,200 124 Carbon Canyon Arterial Fire Station 40,670 Landscape (Firesafe garden) 46,180 NON Park Median 2,840 $.004 $.008 $.005 $.004 $.006 $.005 $.008 $.008 $.02 $.005 $.004 $.006 $.009 $.02 $.006 $.005 $.005 $.05 $ 308.24 $283.84 - $ 69.65 - $ 729.60 - $605.16 $ 52.25 $ 331.52 $ 1,031.52 $179.60 $ 58.40 $ 1,216.48 $ 7,185.42 $1,833.48 $ 234.60 $13,399.20- $ 203.35 $ 230.90 $142.00 1. The provided square footage on the bid sheets is,approximate and it is the responsibility of the contractor to determine the actual quantity and the costs to perform the work. 2. Maps, provided at the pre -bid meeting, display approximate locations of work areas and it is the responsibility of the contractor to field -verify all to determine the size and cost to complete the work for each area. 3. All fields, including "Price Per Square Foot" and "Monthly Fee" must be completed or the bid will be rejected. 4. Parking lot areas noted above indude landscaping within parking lots and are to be maintained by the contractor as part of the bid. 5. Landscape areas noted above may include decomposed granite (DG) trails which are to be maintained by the contractor as part of the bid. City of Chino Hills BID SHEET 13 of 24 (Required) Landscape Maintenance Bid Sheet South Maintenance Area SERVICE LEVEL B Price Per Approximate Square Fund Area Square Feet Foot Monthly Fee 061 1 P - Carriage Hills NON Park Landscape 97,040 I $.008 I $ 776.32 - NON Park Slope 113,300 I $.008 I $ 906.40 001 General Fund 001-8400 Chino Hills Skate Park Park Turf 28,060 I $.005 Skate Bowl 8,720 I $.01 Parking Lot 20,820 I $.005 Cell Tower NON Park Landscape Cinnamon Park Covington Park Danbury Park Park Turf Park Landscape Park Turf Water Wise Landscape Park Turf Courts Eucalyptus Nature Park 304,020 square feet Park Trail $ 140.30 $87.20 $104.10 3,970 I $.05 I $ 198.50 168,300 I $.004 I $ 673.20 62,790 I $.008 I $ 502.32 21,700 I $.004 I $ 86.80 3,370 I $.05 I $ 168.50 347,120 I $.004 4,890 I $.05 25,300 I $.009 I $ 1,388.48 I $244.50 I$ 227.70 1. The provided square footage on the bid sheets is approximate and it is the responsibility of the contractor to determine the actual quantity and the costs to perform the work. 2. Maps, provided at the pre -bid meeting, display approximate locations of work areas and it is the responsibility of the contractor to field -verify all to determine the size and cost to complete the work for each area. 3. All fields, including "Price Per Square Foot" and "Monthly Fee" must be completed or the bid will be rejected. 4. Parking lot areas noted above indude landscaping within parking lots and are to be maintained by the contractor as part of the bid. 5. Landscape areas noted above may include decomposed granite (DG) trails which are to be maintained by the contractor as part of the bid. City of Chino Hills BID SHEET 14 of 24 (Required) Landscape Maintenance Bid Sheet South Maintenance Area SERVICE LEVEL B Price Per Approximate Square Fund Area Square Feet Foot Monthly Fee Fairfield Ranch Park Park Turf 107,820 I $ 00,4 I $ 431.28 Sports Turf 58,970 I $.006 I $353.82 Park Landscape 97,590 I $.008 I $780.72 Courts 5,120 I $.01 I $ 51.20 Glenmeade Park - includes shuffleboard area Park Turf 113,860 I $ 004 $ 455.44 Park Landscape 41,640 I $.008 $333.12 Hickory Creek Park 333,121 square feet total Park Trail 3,950 I $.005 I $ 169.75 Hill Top Park Park Landscape 2737,280 I $.007 1 $ 1,940.96 Hollow Run Nature Park 556,355 squar foot total Park Landscape 37,690 I $.008 I $ 301.52 Park Trail 44,980 I $.005 I $ 224.90 Pinehurst Park Park Turf 173,130 I $.004 I $ 692.52 Park Slope 336,070 I $.007 I $ 2,352.49 Courts 4,420 I $.05 $ 221.00 Parking Lot 21,490 I $.005 I $ 107.45 Sleepy Hollow Community Center Park Slope 5,390 I $.05 1 $269.50 1. The provided square footage on the bid sheets is approximate and it is the responsibility of the contractor to determine the actual quantity and the costs to perform the work. 2. Maps, provided at the pre -bid meeting, display approximate locations of work areas and it is the responsibility of the contractor to field -verify all to determine the size and cost to complete the work for each area. 3. All fields, induding "Price Per Square Foot" and "Monthly Fee" must be completed or the bid will be rejected. 4. Parking lot areas noted above include landscaping within parking lots and are to be maintained by the contractor as part of the bid. S. Landscape areas noted above may include decomposed granite (DG) trails which are to be maintained by the contractor as part of the bid. Fund. Area City of Chino Hills BID SHEET 15 of 24 (Required) Landscape Maintenance Bid Sheet South Maintenance Area SERVICE LEVEL B Price Per Approximate Square Square Feet Foot Monthly Fee Strickling Nature Park 570,378 square foot total Park Landscape 46,160 Park Trail 50,950 Western Hills Park Park Landscape 57,950 NON Park Turf 78,910 NON Park Landscape 101,760 NON Park Water Wise Landscape 230,680 NON Park Median 22,020 NON Park Trail 9,220 073 Vellano Maintenance District Vellano Park Overtook Park $.008 $.005 $.008 $.004 $.008 $.007 $.009 $.02 Park Turf 65,150 I $.032 Park Landscape 80,500 I $.02 Courts 17,270 I $.01 Parking Lot 16,000 I $.01 $ 369.28 $ 254.75 $463.60 $ 315.64 $ 814.08 $ 1,614.76 $ 198.18 $ 184.40 - I $ 2,084.80 I $1,610.00 $ 172.70 I $ 160.00 Park Turf 41,370 I $.06 I $2,482.20 Park Landscape 14,510 I $.008 I $116.08 Parking Lot 4,020 I $.05 I $ 201.00 1. The provided square footage on the bid sheets is approximate and it is the responsibility of the contractor to determine the actual quantity and the costs to perform the work. 2. Maps, provided at the pre -bid meeting, display approximate locations of work areas and it is the responsibility of the contractor to field -verify all to determine the size and cost to complete the work for each area. 3. All fields, including "Price Per Square Foot" and "Monthly Fee" must be completed or the bid will be rejected. 4. Parking lot areas noted above include landscaping within parking lots and are to be maintained by the contractor as part of the bid. 5. Landscape areas noted above may include decomposed granite (DG) trails which are to be maintained by the contractor as part of the bid. City of Chino Hills BID SHEET 16 of 24 (Required) Landscape Maintenance Bid Sheet South Maintenance Area SERVICE LEVEL B Price Per Approximate Square Fund • Area Square Feet Foot Monthly Fee NON Park Landscape 202,120 I $.007 I $1,414.84 - NON Park Water Wise Landscape 9,480 I $.02 I $ 189.60 - NON Park Slope -weed abatement only 348,630 I $.001 I $ 348.63 - 659 Vila Borba Maintenance District Vila Borba Park Park Turf Parking Lot NON Park Trail 231,600 I $.02 15,370 I $.02 67,070 I $.005 I $4,632.00 - I$ 307.40 - I $335.35 - Total 2018 Monthly Landscape Maintenance - South Maintenance Area: I $ 90,285.30- 1. The provided square footage on the bid sheets is approximate and it is the responsibility of the contractor to determine the actual quantity and the costs to perform the work. 2. Maps, provided at the pre -bid meeting, display approximate locations of work areas and it is the responsibility of the contractor to field -verify all to determine the size and cost to complete the work for each area. 3. All fields, induding "Price Per Square Foot" and "Monthly Fee" must be completed or the bid will be rejected. 4. Parking lot areas noted above include landscaping within parking lots and are to be maintained by the contractor as part of the bid. 5. Landscape areas noted above may include decomposed granite (DG) trails which are to be maintained by the contractor as part of thebid. BID SHEET 17 of 24 (Required) City of Chino Hills Landscape Maintenance Bid Sheet for: South Service Area SERVICE LEVEL C Annual adjustments maybe incorporated into the agreement per the following table. Each of the "Monthly" and Annual" fields for all five years rnust be filled -in. Under no circumstance shall the total annual contract decrease from any one year to the following year. Total 2018 Fee (from worksheet) Beginning January 2019: Beginning January 2020: Beginning January 2021: Beginning January 2022: Monthly $ 84,580.31 Annual $ 1,014,963.72 $88,809.32 $1,065,711.84 $93,249.78 $ 1,118,997:36 $ 97, 912.20 $ 1,174, 946.40 $102,807.80 $ 1,233,693.601 Total Five Year Bid Amount: Excel Landscape Inc. Legal Company Name joe@excellandscape.com, 951-735-9650 Contact email and phone number $ 5,608,312.'92 Joe ),9k1faro Contai'Lt Name ature 10/16/17 Date 1. The provided square footage on the bid sheets is approximate and it is the responsibility of the contractor to determine the actual quantity and the cost to perform the work. 2. Maps, provided at the pre -bid meeting, display approximate locations of work areas and it is the responsibility of the contractor to field -verify all to determine the size and cost to complete the work for each area. 3. AU fields must be complete or the bid will be rejected. 4. Parking lot areas noted above include landscaping within parking lots and are to be maintained by the contractor as part of the bid, 5. Landscape areas noted above may include decomposed granite (DG) trails which are to be maintained by the contractor as part of the bid, By checking this box, i acknowledge that the prices quoted include information up to Addendum No. 1 City of Chino Hills BID SHEET 18 of 24 (Required) Landscape Maintenance Bid Sheet South Maintenance Area SERVICE LEVEL C Price Per Approximate Square Fund Area Square Feet Foot Monthly Fee 050 1 B - The Oaks/Green Valley Morningside Park Turf 150,000 Park Landscape 168,380 NON Park Turf 76,490 NON Park Landscape 76,430 NON Park Water Wise Landscape 8,540 NON Park Median 450 NON Park Slope 88,570 045 1HD - Los Ranchos - South Area Oak Ridge Park Turf Parking Lot Valle Vista 174,410 4,530 Park Turf 103,510 Park Slope 44,610 NON Park Turf 175,970 NON Park Landscape 317,000 NON ParkMedians 67,500 NON Park Slope 3,305,790 $.004 $.008 $.002 $.008 $.01 $.2 $.008 $.002 $.01 $.002 $.008 $.002 $.008 $.009 $.004 $ 600.00 $1,347.04- $ 152.98 $ 611.44 $ 85.40 $ 90.00 $ 708.56 $ 348.82 - $ 45.30 - $ 207.02 $ 356.88 $ 351.94 $ 2,536.00 - $ 607.50 - $13,223.16- 1. The provided square footage on the bid sheets is approximate and it is the responsibility of the contractor to determine the actual quantity and the costs to perform the work. • 2. Maps, provided at the pre -bid meeting, display approximate locations of work areas and it is the responsibility of the contractor to field -verify all to determine the size and cost to complete the work for each area. 3. All fields, induding "Price Per Square Foot" and "Monthly Fee" must be completed or the bid will be rejected. 4. Parking lot areas noted above indude landscaping within parking lots and are to be maintained by the contractor as part of the bid. 5. Landscape areas noted above may include decomposed granite (DG) trails which are to be maintained by the contractor as part of the bid. City of Chino Hills BID SHEET 19 of 24 (Required) Landscape Maintenance Bid Sheet South Maintenance Area SERVICE LEVEL C Fund Area 123 1 K - Woodview NON Park water wise - median 071 1 MD - Butterfield/Rincon Alterra Butterfield Hunters Hill Meadows Price Per Approximate Square Square Feet Foot Monthly Fee 1,450 Park Turf 146,290 Park Slope 152,300 Parking Lot 7,590 Park Turf 317,990 Sports Turf 22,200 Park Landscape 79,030 Courts 4,130 Parking Lot 22,790 Park Turf Parking Lot 220,650 6,110 Park Turf 216,810 Park Landscape 116,840 Park Water Wise Landscape 41,180 $.05 $.002 $.008 $.02 $.002 $.004 $.008 $.02 $.005 $.002 $.02 $.002 $.008 $.008 $ 72.50 - $ 292.58 - $1,218.40 - $ 151.80 $ 635.98 $88.80 $ 632.24 $ 82.60 $ 113.95 $ 441.30 - $ 122.20 - $ 433.62 - $ 934.72 - $ 329.44 - 1. The provided square footage on the bid sheets 1s approximate and it is the responsibility of the contractor to determine the actual quantity and the costs to perform the work. 2. Maps, provided at the pre -bid meeting, display approximate locations of work areas and it is the responsibility of the contractor to field -verify all to determine the size and cost to complete the work for each area. 3. All fields, including "Price Per Square Foot" and "Monthly Fee" must be completed or the bid will be rejected. 4. Parking lot areas noted above include landscaping within parking lots and are to be maintained by the contractor as part of the bid. 5. Landscape areas noted above may include decomposed granite (DG) trails which are to be maintained by the contractor as part of the bid. City of Chino Hills BID SHEET 20 of 24 (Required) Landscape Maintenance Bid Sheet South Maintenance Area SERVICE LEVEL C Price Per Approximate Square Fund Area Square Feet Foot Monthly Fee Mystic Canyon Rincon Torrey Pines Park Turf Park Landscape Parking Lot Park Turf Sports Turf Parking Lot 77,060 35,480 13,930 182,400 100,860 10,450 Park Landscape 41,440 Park Slope 128,940 Arena 8,980 Parking Lot 11,680 NON Park Turf 304,120 NON Park Landscape 1,197,570 NON Park Median 203,720 NON Park Trail 11,730 NON Park Slope 2,233,200 124 Carbon Canyon Arterial Fire Station 40,670 Landscape (Firesafe garden) 46,180 NON Park Median 2,840 $.002 $.008 $.005 $.002 $.004 $.005 $.008 $.008 $.02 $.005 $.002 $.006 $.009 $.02 $.006 $.005 $.005 $.05 $ 154.12 - $ 283.84 - $ 69.65 - $ 364.80 - $403.44 $ 52.25 - $ 331.52 - $ 1,031.52 - $ 179.60 - $ 58.40 - $ 608.24 - $ 7,185.42 _ $ 1,833.48 - $ 234.60 - $13,399.20 - $ 203.35 $ 230.90 $ 142.00 1. The provided square footage on the bid sheets is approximate and it is the responsibility of the contractor to determine the actual quantity and the costs to perform the work. 2. Maps, provided at the pre -bid meeting, display approximate locations of work areas and it is the responsibility of the contractor to field -verify all to determine the size and cost to complete the work for each area. 3. Ail fields, including "Price Per Square Foot" and "Monthly Fee" must be completed or the bid will be rejected. 4. Parking lot areas noted above indude landscaping within parking lots and are to be maintained by the contractor as part of the bid. 5. Landscape areas noted above may include decomposed granite (DG) trails which are to be maintained by the contractor as part of the bid. City of Chino Hills BID SHEET 21 of 24 (Required) Landscape Maintenance Bid Sheet South Maintenance Area SERVICE LEVEL C Price Per Approximate Square Fund Area Square Feet Foot Monthly Fee 061 1 P - Carriage Hills NON Park Landscape 97,040 I $.008 I $ 776.32 - NON Park Slope 113,300 I $.008 I $ 906.40 - 001 General Fund 001-8400 Chino Hills Skate Park Park Turf 28,060 I $.006 I $ 168.36 Skate Bowl 8,720 I $.02 I $ 174.40 Parking Lot 20,820 I $.005 I $ 104.10 Cell Tower NON Park Landscape I 3,970 I $.05 I $ 198.50 Cinnamon Park Park Turf 168,300 I $.003 I $ 504.90 Park Landscape 62,790 I $.008 I $ 502.32 Covington Park Park Turf 21,700 I $.004 I $ 86.80 - Water Wise Landscape 3,370 I $.05 I $ 168.50 - Danbury Park Park Turf 347,120 I $.003 I $ 1,041.36 - Courts 4,890 I $.05 I $ 244.50 - Eucalyptus Nature Park 304,020 square feet Park Trail 25,300 I $.009 I $ 227.70 1. The provided square footage on the bid sheets is approximate and it is the responsibility of the contractor to determine the actual quantity and the costs to perform the work. 2. Maps, provided at the pre -bid meeting, display approximate locations of work areas and it is the responsibility of the contractor to field -verify all to determine the size and cost to complete the work for each area. 3. All fields, Including "Price Per Square Foot" and "Monthly Fee" must be completed or the bid will be rejected. 4. Parking lot areas noted above include landscaping within parking lots and are to be maintained by the contractor as part of the bid. 5. landscape areas noted above may include decomposed granite (DG) trails which are to be maintained by the contractor as part of the bid. City of Chino Hills BID SHEET 22 of 24 (Required) Landscape Maintenance Bid Sheet South Maintenance Area SERVICE LEVEL C 1 1 1 Deer 1 i Approximate Square Fund Area Square Feet Foot Monthly Fee Fairfield Ranch Park Park Turf 107,820 I $.003 I $ 323.46 Sports Turf 58,970 I $.004. I $235.88 Park Landscape 97,590 I $.008 I $ 780.72 Courts 5,120 I $.01 I $ 51.20 Glenmeade Park - includes shuffleboard area Park Turf 113,860 I $.003 I $ 341.58 Park Landscape 41,640 I $.008 I $ 333.12 Hickory Creek Park 333,121 square feet total Hill Top Park Park Trail Park Landscape 33,950 I $.005 I $ 169.75 277,280 I $.005 , 1 $ 1,386.40 - Hollow Run Nature Park 556,355 squar foot total Park Landscape 37,690 I $.008 ( $ 301.52 - Park Trail 44,980 I $.005 I $ 224.90 Pinehurst Park Park Turf 173,130 I $.003 I $ 519.39 - Park Slope 336,070 I $.007 I $ 2,352.49 - Courts 4,420 I $.05 I $ 221.00 Parking Lot 21,490 I $.005 I $ 107.45 Sleepy Hollow Community Center Park Slope 5,390 I $.05 I $ 269.50 1. The provided square footage on the bid sheets is approximate and it is the responsibility of the contractor to determine the actual quantity and the costs to perform the work. 2. Maps, provided at the pre -bid meeting, display approximate locations of work areas and it is the responsibility of the contractor to field -verify all to determine the size and cost to complete the work for each area. 3. All fields, including "Price Per Square Foot" and "Monthly Fee" must be completed or the bid will be rejected. 4. Parking lot areas noted above include landscaping within parking lots and are to be maintained by the contractor as part of the bid. 5. Landscape areas noted above may include decomposed granite (DG) trails which are to be maintained by the contractor as part of the bid. City of Chino Hills BID SHEET 23 of 24 (Required) Landscape Maintenance Bid Sheet South Maintenance Area SERVICE LEVEL C Price Per Approximate Square Fund Area Square Feet Foot Monthly Fee Strickling Nature Park 570,378 square foot total Park Landscape 46,160 Park Trail 50,950 Western Hills Park Park Landscape 57,950 NON Park Turf 78,910 NON Park Landscape 101,760 NON Park Water Wise Landscape 230,680 NON Park Median 22,020 NON Park Trail 9,220 073 Vellano Maintenance District Vellano Park Overfook Park $.008 $.005 $.008 $.004 $.008 $.007 $.009 $.02 Park Turf 65,150 I $.032 Park Landscape 80,500 I $.02 Courts 17,270 I $.01 Parking Lot 16,000 I $.01 Park Turf 41,370 I $.06 Park Landscape 14,510 I $.008 Parking Lot 4,020 I $.05 $ 369.28 $ 254.75 $ 463.60 - $ 315.64 $ 814.08 $1,614.76 $198.18 $ 184.40 I $ 2,084.80 I $ 1,610.00 - I$ 172.70 I $ 160.00 I $ 2,482.20 I $116.08 - I $ 201.00 1. The provided square footage on the bid sheets is approximate and it is the responsibility of the contractor to determine the actual quantity and the costs to perform the work. 2. Maps, provided at the pre -bid meeting, display approximate locations of work areas and it is the responsibility of the contractor to field -verify all to determine the size and cost to complete the work for each area. 3. All fields, including "Price Per Square Foot" and "Monthly Fee" must be completed or the bid will be rejected. 4. Parking lot areas noted above include landscaping within parking Tots and are to be maintained by the contractor as part of the bid. 5. Landscape areas noted above may include decomposed granite (DG) trails which are to be maintained by the contractor as part of the bid. City of Chino Hills BID SHEET 24 of 24 (Required) Landscape Maintenance Bid Sheet South Maintenance Area SERVICE LEVEL C Price Per Approximate Square Fund Area Square Feet Foot Monthly Fee NON Park Landscape 202,120 I $.007 I $ 1,414.84 - NON Park Water Wise Landscape 9,480 I $ 02 I $ 189.60 - NON Park Slope -weed abatement only 348,630 I $.001 I $ 348.63 - 659 Vila Borba Maintenance District Vila Borba Park Park Turf Parking Lot NON Park Trail 231,600 I $.02 15,370 I $.02 67,070 I $.005 Total 2018 Monthly Landscape Maintenance - South Maintenance Area: I $ 4,632.00 - I $ 307.40 - I$ 335.35 - I$84,580.31- 1. The provided square footage on the bid sheets is approximate and it is the responsibility of the contractor to determine the actual quantity and the costs to perform the work. 2. Maps, provided at the pre -bid meeting, display approximate locations of work areas and it is the responsibility of the contractor to field -verify all to determine the size and cost to complete the work for each area. 3. All fields, including "Price Per Square Foot" and "Monthly Fee" must be completed or the bid will be rejected. 4. Parking lot areas noted above include landscaping within parking Tots and are to be maintained by the contractor as part of the bid. 5. Landscape areas noted above may include decomposed granite (DG) trails which are to be maintained by the contractor as part of the bid.