New MA Police Station Accepting Paint Bids
The Town of Provincetown is soliciting bids for the construction of a new police station in Provincetown, Massachusetts.
The submittal date for this project is May 4.
A pre-bid meeting is scheduled for 1 p.m. on March 23 at the Jerome Smith Parking Lot near the project site.
Scope of Work
This project involves painting and site improvements on what will be a 13,800-square-foot police station on Jerome Smith Road in Provincetown, Massachusetts.
Exterior work will involve the application of a three-coat system of latex on non-shop-primed metal surfaces, a two-coat system of latex on shop-primed metal surfaces and a single-coat system of latex on stained wood surfaces.
Interior work is scheduled to include a three-coat system of latex on concrete, concrete masonry units, plaster, gypsum board, mechanical equipment, painted wood, piping, fittings and non-shop-primed metal substrates. A two-coat system of latex will be required for shop-primed metal substrates. A three-coat system of polyurethane will be required for natural finish wood substrates. A three-coat system of epoxy will be required on specified concrete masonry units.
Surfaces are to be cleaned and prepared according to standards for Power Tool Cleaning (SSPC-SP 3) and Commercial Blast Cleaning (SSPC-SP 6/NACE No. 3).
Manufacturers specified for this project are AkzoNobel, Benjamin Moore & Co., Carboline, Keeler and Long, Koppers Company, Monopole Inc., PPG Paints, Rust-Oleum, Samuel Cabot Inc., Sherwin-Williams, Tnemec, Valspar or approved equal.