Malibu Bay Homeowners Association is seeking a bid for the installation of 2 benches on the South side of the East Pond common ground hillside area.
Made of Recyclable Plastic, Cedar or Oak Boards, Black or Green Frame
Include back rest
Capable of being anchored in concrete
Seat Length: 72"
Board Size: 2 x 4 Boards with 1/2" gaps between boards
EROSION CONTROL BID
The addition of Rip Rap along the shoreline of the East Pond located behind Malibu Park in order to control erosion from occurring.
Rough Estimate = 578 feet or in order to complete shoreline
Rock = RR4
Installed 4 feet in width with 1 foot under water and 3 feet above the waterline.
Grading of shoreline
Install Geotextile on ground prior to the installation of Rip Rap.v
Install pins in order to keep Geotextile from moving.
50% down at signing of contract
50% when work is completed.
The submission of a bid does not constitute an agreement. No work will be paid for until a contract is signed by both parties.
Please submit bids to firstname.lastname@example.org.
LANDSCAPE MAINTENANCE SPECIFICATIONS
Effect April 15, 2013 to November 15, 2013
The contract will include general maintenance and upkeep of the common areas outlined on the attached diagram, and described below.
A) DEBRIS PICK UP:
Weekly clean ups shall be done with the weekly visits to maintain and up hold a clean property. Debris will be picked up from the turf, pond and bed areas. Debris will be hauled away and disposed of by the Contractor. Debris is defined as paper, cans, bottles and similar litter. Temporary signs (political, garage sale, house sale etc.) posted in the common areas, including the easement along 135 th St are not permitted and considered trash and shall be removed with the debris
Lawn areas will be mowed evenly, as needed, to maintain a height of 2 1/2 ” to 3”. This will be interpreted to mean weekly maintenance, however there may be occasions when the weekly mowing will be skipped entirely or spot mowed. This practice will assist in the reduction of stress to the turf during the peak hot and dry period during the summer months. (24-28 cuts per season)
Mowers should be kept sharp and in good adjustment at all times during the mowing. The grass blades must be cut sharply and cleanly. Turf grass will be mowed evenly and grass adjacent to fences, light poles, culverts and other stationary objects will be trimmed with a mechanical trimmer to the same height as the lawn area.
Contractor will be allowed to mow turf area in such a manner that the grass clippings are recycled or mulched. However, when mowing procedures produce excessive clippings, the Contractor will clean up such clippings. Grass clippings will be blown from the sidewalks and streets at the time of each mowing. Debris or clippings will not be placed in pond or on site for disposal. Contractor is responsible for all removal.
Mowing will be done in a neat and orderly manner. Equipment will be moved on to and off of the area in such a manner that will minimize tracks or arks that will detract from the finished turf.
C) TURF FERTILIZER AND WEED CONTROL:
All fertilizers will be Phosphorus Free. Contractor will execute a complete fertilizing and weed control program. Applications will be made by a competent, licensed pesticides operator. Care will be used to avoid any damaged to turf or plants. Fertilizers used will be applied at the manufacturer’s recommended rate. Contract will include three applications of a premium grade fertilizer recommended for turf conditions. The applications will be as follows:
Spring Fertilizer Applications - to be accomplished between April 1st and June 20th according to weather conditions and need.
Summer Fertilizer Applications - to be accomplished between June 20th and August 20th according to weather conditions and need.
Fall Fertilizer Applications - to be accomplished between August 20th and November 1st according to weather conditions and need.
Herbicides used will be premium grade. Herbicides will be applied at the manufacturer’s recommended rate and in accordance with label instructions. The herbicide applications will be as follows:
Spring Weed Control Application for the control of annual grasses, crab grasses, foxtail, barnyard grass, etc. if required, will be accomplished between April 1st and June 20th.
Fall Weed Control applications for the control of dandelions, clover, thistle, etc., if required will be accomplished between August 20th and October 15th.
Please include the application rate of fertilizer in pounds/1000 square feet.
Contractor will edge all turf areas adjacent to concrete sidewalks seven times per season. This will be accomplished during the months of April, May, June, July, August, September and October.
E) CULTIVATION AND WEED:
Shrub beds and tree rings will be cultivated and edged four times per season. The scheduled months will be April, June, August and October. Large weeds will be pulled or sprayed during weekly mowing.
F) PRUNING SHRUBS / TREES / GROUNDCOVERS / PERENNIALS:
Deciduous and evergreen shrubs shall be properly hand pruned, NOT SHEARED, one time each growing season at the proper time of the year for the specific species and variety of each plant to achieve the following results: remove dead, diseased and/or injured wood; retain the individual plant’s natural form, symmetry and conformation; and assist the plants in maintaining and improving their natural size, shape, scale and conformation in the total landscape picture of which they are a part of.
Hedges, both evergreen and deciduous, will be hand trimmed up to four times in the months of June, July, August and September, to obtain a continually neat effect throughout the entire growing season.
Groundcovers and/or perennials will be maintained as required including “dead heading” and “cutting back” in the spring or fall.
Small deciduous, coniferous and ornamental trees shall be pruned to remove dead, diseased and/or injured wood, dying branches and suckers; as needed to retain the individual plant’s natural form, symmetry and conformation; and assist the plants in maintaining a healthy condition.
Common Areas of the Malibu Bay Sub-Division (See attached diagram):
1. The West retention pond open space from Monterey Drive and Bodega Drive to Murphy Drive.
2. The East retention pond open space from South Princeton Avenue and East of Bodega Drive.
3. The front entrance island on Sunset Point.
4. The cul-de-sac island on Sunset Point.
5. The open space/easement from the back property line of the homes along Redondo Drive and Sunset Point to the curb line of 135th Street, bordered on the West by
Junior College and on the East by Heritage Sub-Division.
Terms are to be stated in the bid. Please indicate if a discount is given for payment in full.
Under the bylaws of Malibu Bay Homeowners Association, we are not able to accept a contract with an automatic renewal clause. Bids with an automatic renewal clause will not be considered.
Any additional requested work shall be performed under separate contract; any work completed beyond above scope is solely at the contractors’ discretion. Submitting a bid does not guarantee our acceptance. No work shall be performed until a contract signed by an authorized member from the Malibu Bay Homeowners Association is returned to you.
Malibu Bay Homeowners Association prefers to have all bids submitted to our e-mail address at email@example.com.
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