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Friday, February 15, 2019

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The Jamestown-Yorktown Foundation is soliciting bids for a small business set-aside, term agreement for the as-needed coating services at any of the following three locations: the Jamestown Settlement, the American Revolution Museum at Yorktown and the Central Support Facility in Williamsburg, Virginia.

The museum, formerly known as the Yorktown Victory Center, was built in 1976 and was renamed in 2017 the American Revolution Museum at Yorktown. It is an 80,000-square-foot structure located next to the Yorktown battlefield. The Jamestown settlement is re-enactment area located near the site of the original colony of English settlers that arrived in Jamestown in 1607.

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The Jamestown-Yorktown Foundation is soliciting bids for a small business set-aside, term agreement for the as-needed coating services at any of the following three locations: the Jamestown Settlement, the American Revolution Museum at Yorktown (above) and the Central Support Facility in Williamsburg, Virginia.

Bids are due for this project by March 4.

Scope of Work 

The awarded contractor will be responsible for the furnishing of all material, labor, tools and equipment for the as-needed exterior and interior cleaning and coating of any of the three sites listed above.

When preparing the interior surfaces for coating applications, the contractor is instructed to sand, clean, dry, etch, neutralize and/or test all surfaces under adequate illumination, ventilation and temperature requirements. The contractor is responsible for the removal and protection of any miscellaneous hardware, accessories, etc.

Once surfaces have been prepared, color selection will be chosen by the owner from a collection of five base colors and three accent colors. All ceilings, including those with a spray textured coating, are to be repainted with a white latex application. When coating wall surfaces, the contractor will apply two coats of an interior acrylic latex. Surfaces in the laundry facilities, public wash rooms, showers, restrooms and kitchens are to be coated with two coats of a semi-gloss latex. The contractor must also coat all public and institutional facility food preparation and sanitary areas with an epoxy semi-gloss system.

When recoating interior doors with a semi-gloss finish, the door is to be a different color than the door frame and trim work. Window frames, unless pre-finished, are also to be recoated with a color that is different from the walls and with a semi-gloss application. The contractor is also to repaint any access doors, registers, radiators, covers, exposed piping and electrical panels to match adjacent surfaces.

For exterior cleaning prior to coating applications, the contractor is instructed to pressure wash exterior surfaces to properly remove all loose paint, stains, dirt and unnecessary matter. Any previous coatings remaining are to be sanded and cleaned until satisfactory. Like the interior, the contractor is also to remove, store or protect all miscellaneous hardware, accessories, landscaping, etc.

Once the exterior surfaces have been prepared, color selection will be chosen by the owner from a collection of four base colors and two accent colors, with a maximum of one deep or bright color. No more than six colors are to be used on the exterior coating work. The contractor will be responsible for the recoating of the exterior doors with two coats of a different exterior latex semi-gloss color than what is used on the frames and trim. Any exterior window frames that are not already pre-finished, including trim and sills, are also to be recoated using a different color from the walls and with two coats of a semi-gloss finish. Where specified, the contractor is also to apply two coats of an exterior oil-based gloss paint to exterior surfaces. The contractor is to oversee the application of a slip-resistant additive to exterior coated stair treads where requested by the owner.

Owner-approved brands are Sherwin-Williams and Duron.

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