The Pennsylvania State University endeavors to provide a safe and healthy environment for all students, employees and visitors. Likewise, the University seeks to facilitate the creation and maintenance of a safe and healthy work environment on all construction job sites. This program establishes a framework of safety and health requirements that must be met during all phases of construction activities at the University. Please direct any questions or comments to Tyler Rydbom @ firstname.lastname@example.org.
These specifications are provided for insertion into the Project Manual of all bid projects. For projects bidding under the Form of Agreement 1-C, the design Professional must include the entire document (Sections A-H). In some of the Sections, project specific selections are required; instructions are contained within the document. These selections should be discussed with the Project Manager. Section C and Section D are sample contract documents and should not be edited. The “sample” contract should be included in the Specifications. The Professional is responsible for coordinating the information in these documents with their own specifications. For Construction Manager (CM) bid projects, the CM must include Section A and Section B at a minimum. Other Sections are to be included and should be modified to read as the CM is holding the contract for each trade. The CM is responsible for coordinating the information in these documents with their own specifications.
These specifications are provided for insertion into the Project Manual of all bid projects. The design Professional must include the entire document (sections A-H). In some of the sections you will be required to make some project specific selections, instructions are contained within the document. These selections should be discussed with the Project Manager. Sections C and D (also the CM General Conditions) are samples provided for your information and should not be edited. Your Project Manager will provide a clean copy of section D (General Conditions) to you for incorporation into the specifications. You should include the "sample" contract in the specifications. The Professional is also responsible for coordinating the information in these documents with their own specifications.
Form for Project Leader or Professional to complete in order to advertise projects for online bidding via e-Builder. Completed UP forms shall be submitted email@example.com firstname.lastname@example.org.Complete CS forms shall be submitted email@example.com.
Addendum Template - Completed UP addenda shall be submitted firstname.lastname@example.org@psu.edu.Complete CS forms shall be submitted email@example.com. All text within addenda needs to be converted to black font and saved in pdf format prior to submission.
00 24 00 JOB ORDER CONTRACTING (JOC) DOCUMENTS
This section contains information and documents that pertain to projects that utilize JOC.
Resources for Stormwater Management information and Spill Control.
00 50 00 CONTRACTING FORMS AND SUPPLEMENTS
The documents in this section are provided for use during the project design and construction processes. They are Penn State’s preferred format and we recommend you copy and use them for projects on our campuses.
This Excel template is used to assist the Professional in preparing the Bid Tab for any Penn State project. The Bid Tab will indicate Expected Bidders, Base Bid, and other information per Section B (Form of Proposal) of the Project Manual.
These forms shall be used on all change orders submitted on University projects. The Cost Breakdown Forms are to be completed by the prime contractor and any subcontractor (regardless of tier) performing work under the change order. Contractors and subcontractors are required to submit all supporting documentation along with these forms to support the cost requested. Change orders will not be processed without the correct forms and supporting documentation.
This is a sample form utilized to inform and receive approval from our customers that they will be without certain utilities, Life Safety Systems, or a reduction/outage of HVAC System, due to our technicians performing work to resolve the problem.
The University's Title V permit requires all new emission sources installed be tracked, "permitted" and reported. The professional must provide the information requested as it becomes available (starting with the design process).
The Professional shall complete this form for all projects that involve new buildings, major renovations, new electrical services or electrical service upgrades. It is used to inform the University of the impact to the distribution system capacity and the building or facility's distribution system.
The purpose of the Project Delivery System (PDS) is to provide project requirement details necessary for developing and executing Penn State University new construction or renovation projects greater than $5,000,000.
The Penn State Project Delivery System Stage Gate Process is based on a high-level segmentation and sequencing of Project activities – stages separated by decision points – in order to guide Project activities and gather information for sound management decisions.
Mechanical Systems; space performance criteria for Environmental Systems. This is a Requirement in the Design Phase Deliverables document, to be first Submitted as an "initial Draft" during the Schematic Design Phase for HVAC.
00 52 00 PROFESSIONAL AGREEMENTS
The following documents are examples of Owner-Professional agreements that Penn State will enter into with Professionals to perform design work for them. The agreement contains the rights and responsibilities of the parties. These are sample documents, for reference only. The actual agreement will be provided and completed by the Design and Construction division.
This template is a tool that is provided to assist in the development of a BIM project execution plan as required per contract. It was adapted from the buildingSMART allianceTM(bSa) Project "BIM Project Execution Planning" as developed by the Computer Integrated Construction (CIC) Research Group of the Pennsylvania State University.