Owners of the John Wayne Airport, in Orange County, CA, will accept bids June 7 for cleaning and coating of the airport’s Ground Transportation Center.
The painting contract is estimated at $80,000.
The project involves cleaning and coating existing concrete surfaces with a vehicular traffic-bearing elastomeric polyurethane system. The project will be performed in two phases, each covering about 12,000 square feet.
Bidders must have a minimum of five years of experience with expert surface preparation and application of high-performance coating system in an industrial environment for the following applications:
• Concrete sidewalks, stairways, entry ways, and elevator pits;
• Expansion joints, joints, epoxy and urethane injections;
• Planter waterproofing; and
• Epoxy floors and traffic deck systems.
All work must be completed between 11:30 p.m. and 5 a.m.
Scope of Work
The project includes:
• Removing all surface materials, paints, oils, grease, dirt, sealers, crack fillers, as well as grinding and/or chipping all projections from the concrete greater than 1/16 inch to look like plain concrete again;
• Removing unstable concrete and cleaning and filling holes, cracks and other surface defects with a material approved by the county project manager; and
• Removing all drainage grates to allow coating to seal the area between drains and surface.
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