Request for Quotes - Bathroom Renovations @ Village Information Center

Town of Shelburne
Office of the Selectboard
51 Bridge Street
Shelburne, MA 01370
(413) 625-0300 x.1
(413) 625-0303 fax
Townadmin@townofshelburnema.gov
Request for Quotes for
BUILDING CONSTRUCTION SERVICES


The Town of Shelburne requests quotes for bathroom renovations at the Village Information Center (also known as the Visitor Information Center), 75 Bridge Street, Shelburne, that will remove architectural barriers to handicapped accessibility. Project scope (next page) includes carpentry, plumbing, painting and signage for the two public bathrooms on the ground floor of the Village Information Center. The project should be completed by September 30, 2022.


This project is funded by Shelburne ARPA (American Rescue Plan Act) Funds as well as the Town’s FY20 Community Development Block Grant from the Commonwealth of Massachusetts. This project requires the payment of the higher of Massachusetts Prevailing Wages and Davis-Bacon Wages and compliance with Federal Labor Standards for any onsite labor. All onsite workers must demonstrate successful completion of a minimum of ten (10) hours of OSHA approved safety and health training.


Questions and requests for the quotation package should be directed to Terry Narkewicz, Town Administrator, at townadmin@TOWNOFSHELBURNEMA.GOV. All quotes are to be submitted in writing.
The deadline for quotes to be accepted is 2:00 pm, Tuesday, June 7, 2022. Quotes shall be delivered via email to:
Terry Narkewicz, Town Administrator
townadmin@TOWNOFSHELBURNEMA.GOV


The Town of Shelburne is an affirmative action/equal opportunity owner/purchaser and encourages the involvement of minority business enterprises and women's business enterprises.


J A B L O N S K I D E V R I E S E
A R C H I T E C T S
www.jdarchitects.com brian@jdarchitects.com
March 1, 2022 (Rev. 3/18/2022)
Shelburne Visitors Accessibility Study and Specifications
Jablonski De Vriese Architects has evaluated the accessibility issues at the Visitor Center and makes the following observations:
1. The doors to the accessible toilet rooms currently swing into the room and are not in compliance with MAAB 521 CMR and need to swing out. The fixtures and grab bars are in compliance.
2. There is a urinal in the men’s toilet room that is opposite the water closet and encroaches on the code required clear area in front of the water closet. The urinal must be removed or relocated.
3. Braille signage is needed at the building entrance and at the bathrooms.
Remedial Solutions:
1. Reinstall existing wood panel doors on the outside of existing wood door frames swing so that they swing out. Swap doors so that lock and hinges will be in the correct orientation.
2. Build a recessed alcove in the men’s toilet room and relocate the urinal so that it is out of the required clear area in front of the water closet. It was stated that the Visitor Center staff felt that it would be desirable to keep the urinal if possible.
Scope of Work:
1. Relocate and reinstall existing wood panel doors. Patch hinge and strike mortises on the inside of the door frames. Refinish frames.
2. Remove urinal and demolish approximately 3’ of the north wall of the men’s room. Reframe the wall to create a 1’-6”x 3’-0” recess for relocating the urinal.
3. Reconfigure drain, water supply and vent piping for relocation of the urinal.
4. Install and finish gypsum drywall inside and outside of the new urinal. Add fiberglass batt acoustical insulation in the new wall.
5. Extend suspended acoustical ceiling into new alcove. Tile and grid to match existing.
6. Install new quarry tile and base to match existing. Clean existing tile floor and base.
7. Reinstall urinal.
8. Clean existing toilet room ceiling and walls and prep for painting. Repaint to match existing colors. (Men and Women toilet rooms)
9. Patch and paint exterior wall around toilet rooms.
10. Relocate existing electrical receptacle and light switch in area of new alcove. (By Town).
11. Install Braille signage at the building entrance and bathrooms.
Brian De Vriese AIA

Posted: to Town of Shelburne News on Tue, May 17, 2022
Updated: Tue, May 17, 2022