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2010-151 - Pasadena
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CAPTION:
An ordinance authorizing and approving annual contracts for Emergency Debris
Collection and Removal Services on an as-needed-basic from Ashbritt, Inc.; 480
South Andrews Avenue; Pompano Beach, FL 33069. The term of the contract shall be
for two years with the option to extend the contract for four two-year terms.
RECOMMENDATIONS & JUSTIFICATION:
In June 2010, the City utilized the H-GAC Disaster Debris Clearance and Removal
Services Program and requested bids from debris removal contractors
been chosen via a competitive sealed proposal process by H-GAC.
that have
An evaluation committee reviewed and scored each of the eight proposals received
to determine which proposals represented the best value to the City. The criteria
used for the evaluation included the following: H-GAC Rating, Experience,
Services/Resources, Pricing, and Support/Training.
The contractor that received
the highest score on the cumulative evaluations was Ashbritt, Inc.
Staff recommends Council's authorization and execution of a contract
Ashbritt, Inc. as contractor for Emergency Debris Collection and Removal.
with
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TASK NO:
BUDGETED: YES
COST: $
ACCOUNT NUMBER(S) :
REQUESTING DEPARTMENT (S): Public Works/Purchasing
COUNCIL ACTION
Robin Green
REQUESTING PARTY
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DATE:7/1/2010
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PROPOSAL EVALUATION TABULATION
Bid Name:
H-GAC - 10-027
Ashbritt
Ceres
Phillips &
Jordan
Crowder Gulf
SRS
Debris Removal Services
DRC
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Enterprises
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Evaluator 1
88.00
83.00
82.00
85.00
80.00
76.00
70.25
68.25
Evaluator 2
85.25
84.75
84.75
74.75
78.00
74.00
68.25
68.50
Evaluator 3
84.75
82.75
258.00
250.50
79.00
245.75
82.75
242.50
80.00
238.00
85.00
235.00
62.75
201.25
63.75
200.50
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ORDINANCE NO. 2010-_ _
An Ordinance authorizing and approving a contract between the City
of Pasadena, Texas and AshBritt, Inc., through the H-GAC Disaster
Debris Clearance and Removal Services Program, for emergency debris
collection and removal services on an as-needed basis for the City
of Pasadena for a period of two years.
WHEREAS, the City of Pasadena, Texas has previously by
Ordinance No. 91-13 entered into an interlocal agreement with the
Houston-Galveston Area Council (HGAC) for the purchase of certain
items
as
needed
by
the
City
of
Pasadena
through
the
HGAC's
cooperati ve purchasing program HGACBuy administered pursuant to
Chapter 271 of the Texas Local Government Code; NOW, THEREFORE,
BE IT ORDAINED BY THE CITY COUNCIL OF THE CITY OF PASADENA:
SECTION 1.
That that certain contract,
a facsimile of which is
annexed hereto, incorporated herein for all purposes and designated
Exhibi t
"An,
AshBritt,
Removal
by
Inc.,
Services
and
between
the
City
of
Pasadena,
Texas
and
through the H-GAC Disaster Debris Clearance and
Program,
for
emergency
debris
collection
and
removal services on an as-needed basis for the City of Pasadena,
Texas for a period of two years beginning on or about the date of
final City Council approval, with the option to extend the contract
for four two-year terms, is hereby authorized and approved.
SECTION 2.
That the City Council
finds
that such contract is
reasonable and necessary, and the Mayor of the City of Pasadena,
Texas is hereby authorized and directed to execute and the City
Secretary to attest
for
and on behalf of the City the annexed
contract document and counterparts thereof.
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SECTION 3.
That the City Council officially determines that a
sufficient written notice of the date, hour, place and subject of
this meeting of the City Council was posted at a place convenient
to the public at the City Hall of the City for the time required by
law preceding this meeting, as required by the Open Meetings Law,
Chapter 551, Texas Government Code; and that this meeting has been
open to the public as required by law at all times during which
this ordinance and the subject matter thereof has been discussed,
considered and
formally
acted
upon.
The
City Council
further
confirms such written notice and the contents and posting thereof.
(SIGNATURE AND APPROVAL - NEXT PAGE)
KPurchAnn.EmerDebrisRemovallO
PASSED ON FIRST READING by the City Council of the City of
Pasadena, Texas in regular meeting in the City Hall this the
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CITY ATTORNEY
CITY OF PASADENA, TEXAS
PASSED ON SECOND.AND FINAL READING by the City Council of the
City of Pasadena, Texas in regular meeting in the City Hall
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this the~ day
APPROVED this the
A. D., 2010.
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TEXAS
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CITY SECRETARY
CITY OF PASADENA, TEXAS
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OF PASADENA, TEXAS
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CON T R ACT
THE STATE OF TEXAS §
KNOW ALL MEN BY THESE PRESENTS:
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This Agreement is made and entered into this ~O/'day of
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D., 2010, by and between the City of
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Pasadena, Texas, a municipal corporation situated in Harris County,
Texas
(the
"Contractor") .
"City") ,
and
AshBritt,
Inc.
of
Florida
(the
In consideration of the covenants and agreements
hereinafter contained the parties do hereby agree as follows:
1.
Contractor agrees to supply and deliver emergency debris
collection and removal services on an as-needed basis for the City
of Pasadena, Texas for a period of two
(2) years beginning on or
about the date of final City Council approval, with the option to
extend the contract
for
four
two-year
terms,
according to
the
specifications and formal proposal attached hereto.
II.
Contractor
agrees
Company Qualifications,
to
fully
comply with the
of
Technical Approach Overview and Pricing
Proposal Packet attached hereto as Exhibit "1".
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terms
III.
City agrees to pay to Contractor the amount according to
the terms as set out in the aforesaid documents and specifications.
IV.
The
continuance
of
this
contract
is
subject
to
and
dependent upon appropriation of the necessary funds by the City
Council and City reserves the continuing right to terminate at the
end of each fiscal year.
V.
If Contractor fails to perform any term of this contract,
including specifications and bid, City may terminate this contract
upon fifteen
(15)
days written notice to Contractor, or City may
terminate this contract at any time without cause upon thirty (30)
days written notice to Contractor.
KPurchAnn.EmerDebrisRemovallO
In Witness Whereof, the City has caused this contract to
be signed in its behalf by the Mayor, and Contractor has executed
this contract the day and year first above written.
THE CITY OF PASADENA, TEXAS
TEXAS
CITY SECRETARY
CITY OF PAS~DENA, TEXAS
CITY OF PASADENA, TEXAS
THE STATE OF TEXAS
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COUNTY
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Thi~nstrument
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was acknowledged before me on the ~day of
, 2010 by JOHNNY ISBELL as MAYOR of the
Texas.
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2010
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Firm Information & Contacts
Corporate Office:
Regional Rep. Office:
AshBritt, Inc. (Private Corporation)
480 South Andrews Avenue, Suite 103
Pompano Beach, Florida 33069
AshBritt, Inc.
40 I Lookout Lane
Dickinson, Texas 77539
Phone: (954) 545-3535
Toll Free: (800) 244-5094
Fax: (954) 545-3585
Email: [email protected]
Web: www.ashbritt.com
Phone: (281) 534-9296
Fax: (954) 301-0763
FL Corp. Cert No.: P92000000600
FIN: 65-0364711
Duns No.: 848970893
Principals: (Authorized to contract-)
Randal R. Perkins, CEO'
John W. Noble, COOTerry M. Jackson, CMO-
Principal Contact:
John W. Noble·Chief Operating Officer
(954) 683-0247 cellular (24 hours)
[email protected]
Alternate Contacts:
Adrian Parker
Regional Manger, Texas
(281) 534-9296 cellular (24 hours)
aparker(jiJashbritt.com
RohRay
Vice President of Marketing
(954) 868-9502 cellular (24 hours)
[email protected]
Terry M. JacksonChief Marketing Officer
(954) 683-0248 cellular (24 hours)
[email protected]
Tim Mooney
Sr. Marketing Coordinator
(954) 270-4555 cellular (24 hours)
[email protected]
Randi Milner
Marketing Coordinator
(954) 914-8978 cellular (24 hours)
[email protected]
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Table of Contents (Index)
Finn In/omlafion & Contacts
Table of Contents (Index)
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Company Background & Experience
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Corporate Infonnation Sheet ................................................................... " ........................ ,............... I.
Background & Experience Overview ................................................................................................ 2.
Recent Related Projects: Overview ................................................................................................... 5.
Recent Related Projects: Summaries & References ...... ,........................................... ,...... ,................. 6.
Detailed Historical Disaster Response & Recovery Experience Table (2003-Present) ..................... 8.
Katrina MS Debris Mission, Select Project Statistics Table (2005-06) .......................................... 13.
Historical ROW Disaster Debris Hauling Production Schedules .................................................... 14.
Current Pre-Event Contracts Detail Table ....................................................................................... 17.
Financial Capacity Statement .......................................................................................................... 19.
Proximity & Response Statement.. .................................................................................................. 21.
Pre~event Planning Statements ................................................... ,...... , ...... , ............. " ....... ,............... 22.
Training Statements & References .................................... ,...................... ,....... ', .................. ,......... , 24.
Debris Information & Documentation Tracking ............................................................................. 25.
Project Invoicing & Billing Overview ............................................................................................ 26.
Debris Information Management (Samples) .................................................................................... al.
Price Proposal
• H-GAC Standard Pricing Worksheet (Schedule I) .......................................................................... al.
• AshBritt Supplemental/Ancillary Services Fee Schedules ............................................................... a2.
Company Background
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Corporate Information Sheet
Offeror's Profile:
Corporate Headquarters:
Regional Office (Admin):
Ash Britt, Inc.
480 S. Andrews Avenue, Suite 103
Pompano Beach, Florida 33069
Ash Britt, Inc.
401 Lookout Lane
Dickinson, Texas 77539
Phone:
Facsimile:
Facsimile:
(954) 545-3535
(800) 244-5094
(954) 545-3585
Web:
Email:
[email protected]
Phone:
Toll Free:
www.3shbritt.com
Primary Contacts:
John Noble, Chief Operating Officer
(954) 683-0247 cellular (24 hours)
Email: [email protected]
Adrian Parker, Regional Manager (Project Manager)
(281) 534-9296 cellular (24 hours)
Email: [email protected]
Rob W. Ray, Vice President of Marketing
(954) 868-9502 cellular (24 hours)
Email: [email protected]
Organization Status:
Legal Type: Corporation (Privately held S-Corporation)
Date of Incorporation: 1012811992
State ofTexas: Foreign Corporation (For-Profit)
Nature of Activities: General Contracting (Disaster Recovery Services)
FIN: 65-0364711
Duns No.: 848970893
FL Corp. CertNo.: P92000000600
FL GC License No.: CGC060313
Pompano Beach OC License: 07-00043182
TX Taxpayer No.: 1650364711
TX File No.: 080101381
U.S. DOT No.: 568535
CAGE No.: 00Z46
Principals (Authorized to contract):
Randal R. Perkins, Chief Executive Officer
John W. Noble, Chief Operating Officer
Terry M. lackson, Chief Marketing Officer
Staff Size (Core): 40
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Background & Experience Overview
Ash Britt, Inc. is a Florida based rapid-response disaster recovery and special environmental services contractor. Since
our inception in 1992, we have managed and executed over ninety (90) disaster projects and over twenty-eight (28)
special environmental projects, successfully serving more than eighty (80) clients. We have been directly involved in
the debris recovery efforts of thirty federally declared major disasters in twelve states, beginning with Hurricane
Andrew. Each of these recoveries was conducted under the authority arid oversight of the Federal Emergency
Management Agency (FEMA), positioning us as one of the foremost experts in federally funded and monitored disasterdebris recovery missions.
This extensive experience over the past decade and a half has created an abundance of knowledge and expertise for our
principals, managers. and personnel. OUf senior management and technical consultants at present have more than 150
years of combined disaster-debris management experience, and are intimately acquainted with all facets of disaster
recovery, including debris removal, management, reduction, processing, recycling. and disposal, as well as emergency
planning, damage mitigation and risk abatement. Most importantly, they are widely conversant with the Robert T.
Stafford Act and 44 C.F .R., the resultant FEMA debris management policies, and the federal Public Assistance Program
procedures and guidelines. As such, our team is able to manage recovery projects to fully maximize state and federal
reimbursements.
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We pride ourselves on our full-service, client-focused approach to disaster recovery, as we offer adept and. balanced
operational and administrative support-a factor often neglected and paid I'lip service" in our indushy. We fully
appreciate the exigent nature, pressing schedules, and exacting demands of recovery efforts, and we have proven
through our capabilities and wherewithal to be a professional, reliable and competent contracting partner. We have
witnessed first hand the economic strain and demands that communities face in the aftennath of major disasters. State
and federal funding to support immediate local recovery efforts often lags significantly. To ensure a cleanup proceeds
and remains on track for our clients. we have always be~n willing and able to delay receipt of payments and offer
financial support to sustain a project. Our careful management and sound financial capacity allows us to see even the
largest of recovery projects through.
Our expertise, capabilities and financial strength were recently highlighted by our ,unprecedented accomplishments as
the Prime Contractor for the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers' (USACE) recovery mission for Hurricane Katrina in
Mississippi. The Katrina MS recovery project was the largest and most varied debris mission by a single company in
U.S. history. The lessons learned from this project as well as from our other diverse past projects have allowed us to
expand and fortify our technical and production abilities, making us the forerunner in the disaster recovery industry.
This is further validated by our recent selection. after rigorous evaluation of our experience and capabilities, as the
USACE Prime ACI Contractor for Regions 2b (NC, SC, and GA), 5 (CA, NY, VT, AZ, and NM) and 6a (HI), as well
as the Reach Back (secondary) Contractor for Region 3 (LA, MS).
Our ultimate success, however, has always been founded on our commitment to caring management, direct
communication, ethical business practices, and unmatched safety and quality control-values all leading to total client
satisfaction (and, most importantly, grateful residents). Following are some highlights of our capabilities and recent
accomplishments and successes.
Mid-Adantic Snowstorm (2010)
• Mobilized project managers and foremen and hundreds ofpiecies of heavy equipment (wheel loaders), dump
trucks, dump plows and other support equipment for six MD and VA communities following the multiple snow
blizzards in that struck February 2010. We supported the snow cleanup and removal, logging more than 30,000
equipment- and man-hours over a few week period.
Hurricane Dolly and Ike, Texas, 2008
• Supplied flood mitigation (Hydraulic PumpslVac Trucks), power generation, emergency water, food and lodging,
building restoration services, amongst other emergency response services to multiple clients (see details herein).
• Collected, hauled, processed and disposed/recycled of over 2 million cubic yards of debris for 14 clients.
Hurricane Katrina, Mississippi, 2005-2006
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Removed and processed over 21 million cubic yards of vegetative debris and wreckage, managing and operating
49 temporary debris processing sites.
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Hauled over 700,000 loads of debris, using approximately 12,400 certified operational vehicles.
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Served 16 jurisdictions, covering over 8,400 square miles and over 175 miles inland.
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Employed and managed over 1,230 subcontractors, and over 500 local personnel.
Disposed of over 1,900 tons of spoiled food, and significant quantities of hazardous materials.
Collected, processed, recycled and/or disposed of over 25,000 dirty and clean white goods, as well as over 3500
cubic yards of e-waste and over 75,000 cubic yards of concrete and masonry.
Removed and hauled 24,045 hazardous stumps, 182,940 leaning trees, and 332,079 trees with hanging limbs.
Backfilled 40,542 hazardous holes and 1,840 private pools, providing barrier fencing for pools.
Completed approximately 29,000 right-of-entry properties, including over 3,000 contained demolitions.
Provided emergency quarters and hygiene facilities for more than 300 government personnel, as well as
established a commissary that served more than 10,000 meals.
Provided over 50,000 gallons of emergency diesel fuel for initial operations.
Maintained less than .01 percent aflast-time injuries to total-man-hours worked, operating at high levels of
safety, quality control and integrity.
Successfully accounted for all ROWand ROE work through our information tracking systems.
Hurricane Wilma & Katrina, Florida, 2005
• Collected and processed over 5 million cubic yards of vegetative debris and C&D for multiple clients, managing
over 30 temporary debris processing sites.
• Collected and hauled over 200 attached hazardous stumps, and 3,200 unattached stumps.
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Provided emergency power to approximately twelve clients; supplied VacTruck support to numerous clients.
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Conducted emergency response for petroleum releases in Collier County, FL.
2004 Storm Season, Florida
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Served as the prime contractor for twenty-three clients in the state of Florida, simultaneously. Some of our major
clients included:
• ChadotteiOrange County - Hurricane Charley
• St. LucielBrevard County - Hurricanes Frances,
• Escambia County - Hurricane Ivan
Jeanne
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Collected and processed over 10 million cubic yards of vegetative and C&D debris, hauling approximately
30,000 hazardous stumps.
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Provided myriads of ancillary services to numerous clients, including: boat containment, canal dredging,
sewerage vacuum services, and emergency power generation.
To provide the broadest range of integrated services to our clients, AshBritt is organized into three divisions:
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Disaster Response & Recovery Services. Provides response of personnel, equipment, resources, assets and an
array of emergency services to communities throughout the U.S. impacted by various disaster events, Provides
pre-event planning, preparation and training and technical assistance.
Restoration/Rebuilding Services. Provides environmental and mechanical engineering and construction
management services. Specifically, develops site and remedial action plans, conducts wetlands mitigation and
water quality analysis, designs plumbing and HV AC systems, site lighting and fire alann and security systems.
Special Environmental Services. Manages demolition and specialized environmental projects such as marine
activities, dredging, boat removal, and waterway debris removal. Hazardous material containment and mitigation,
mass decontamination, toxic material abatement, and emergency remediation fall under this division.
The integration of these divisions provides us, and ultimately our clients, with the solid foundation of personnel,
management, and expertise so vital to disaster recovery missions. As all disaster events are unique, it is essential to
respond and adapt to wide and varied circumstances. We have shown with our diverse base of operation that we can
provide thorough, comprehensive, value-added recovery services to all disaster-impacted communities. Moreover, we
have demonstrated the capability to mobilize either to a single catastrophic event or to mUltiple simultaneous events
with hundreds to thousands of crews and with myriad essential resources and specialized services. Our corporate,
managerial, technological, and operational infrastructure allows us the flexibility and adaptability to grow quickly to
meet the resource demands of potential large and varied events.
In addition to our own considerable resources, AshBritt maintains ample relationships with specialty finns experienced
in the complexity and demands of recovery missions. These partners include PA program consultants, temporary
humanitarian support and facilities suppliers, emergency power generation providers, canal and marine recovery and
removal contractors, hazardous materials response and mitigation specialist, as well as highly skilled heavy equipment
owners and operators. Even more, in light of heightened terrorist threats, AshBritt has teamed with partners that have
the capability and experience to conduct biological and viral remediation, as well as mass decontamination.
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Below is a listing of some of AshBritt's memberships and commendations:
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Fl.orida Licensed GC; FDOT, TXDOT, TX-GLO Qualified C.ontractor; FDEM Stand-By Contractor; Member .of
the USACE-lacksonville District: Safety Pays Committee, the National Association of Demolition Contractors,
the Dredging ContractDrs .ofAmerica, the State .of FIDrida, BDard of PrDfessional Engineers, the Society of
American Military Engineers; South Florida APWA - Board Member, Tim Mooney"
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Sponsor of the American Pllblic WDrks AssDciatiDn ofAmerica (APWA) FL, VA, MD, DC, NC, SC, GA, LA, TX
Chapters, Flon'da Emergency Preparedness (FEPA). National Hurricane Conference. Governors Hurricane
Conference, Texas Hurricane Conference. Texas Municipal League. South Carolina Emergency Alanagement
Conference, North Carolina Emergency Management Association, Maryland Emergency Management
Association, South Florida Hurricane Conference and Flon"da League of Cities and Association ofCou1lties.
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Awarded 2009 "Award of Excellence" - South FL Chapter .of the American Public Works Ass.ociation; APWA
Smith Florida, Vendor of the Year 2006-2007; CDlltractDr of the Quarter three times by the U,S, Army Corps .of
Engineers, M.obile District; Presented 2010 "Keep Texas Beallti/III" Award; Presented "Award of Gratitude "
from the City .ofP.ort St. Lucie Keep PSL Beallti/1I1 CDmmittee (2005-2007); Presented "Hllmcane Isabel
Heroes" RecDgnitiDn from the City Council of the City of Hampton, Virginia (2004) for disaster recovery eff.orts,
Presented numerous commendations from the qlJicer of the GovenlOr. State of Mississippi, for our contributions
and support of the rec.overy and rebuilding efforts in MS,
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Recent Related Debris Projects: Overview
Through a number of pre-event emergency stand-by contracts in place in both Texas and Florida, AshBritt responded to
several clients as result of Hurricanes Dolly and Ike, as well as Tropical Storm Fay, in 2008. In addition to the vital
function of debris management and removal services, AshBritt provided an array of critical emergency response,
restoration and remediation services. Following are summary statistics and descriptions from these recovery efforts.
Project Summaries 2008
Hurricane Dolly - Hidalgo County, TX
• 645,000 cubic yards debris collection/removal.
• Flood mitigation/water relocation missions,
Hurricane Ike - Multiple Clients (Coastal TX)
• !.7 million cubic yards debris
collection/removal.
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TS Fay - Collier County, Brevard County, FL
• 45,000 cubic yards debris collection/removal.
Multiple Emergency Services missions
(delineated below).
Detailed Statistics (Debris Removal)
Hurricane Dolly Recovery Project Statistics
Client: Hidalgo County, TX (+Munis)
Category
Total Cubic Yardage
Subcontractors
Total Trucks (Collection)
White Goods
TDSRS Sites
FDS Sites
Total Tickets
Water Relocation/Pumping (gals)
TS Fay Recovery Project Statistics'
Client: Multi (FL)
Category
Total Cubic Yardage
Subcontractors
Amount
644,153.50
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14,429
350M
Amount
45,472.20
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Total Trucks (Collection)
White Goods
TDSRS Sites
FDS Sites
Total Tickets
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1,191
Hurricane Ike Recovery Project Statistics
Client: Multi (TX)
Category
Amount
Total Cubic Yardage
Subcontractors
Total Trucks (Collection)
White Goods
TDSRS Sites
FDS Sites
Total Tickets
1.7 M
79
565
29,287
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38,500
Other ResponseIRecovery Services: See Below
Project Information (Special Services)
Power Generation: Over 40 Generators Deployed: Orange County, City of Orange, City of West Orange, Hardin
County, Victoria, Wharton, Bridge City, Vidor, Lumberton, Nome, Beaumont, and Galveston.
Emergency Meals. Lodging & Hygiene: MREs, Water, Gatorade, CotS/Sleeper Units, Temp Housing, Shower Units,
Tempo Office Units, Refrigerators, Dry Containers, Grocery Deliveries to Orange County, Bridge City, Vidor, Victoria
Water Relocation & Pumping: Over 350m gallons of flood water relocated in Hidalgo County (hydraulic pumps and
Vac Trucks); Pumps/Vac Trucks deployed to Bridge City, Orange County, and Galveston.
Building RemediationlRestoration: 17 Orange County Government Buildings: water/debris extraction,
decontaminate/disinfect, drying-in, and climate control, document recovery, etc.; Galveston Trolley Station
remediation/restoration.
Special Debris Handling
White Goods (WG): 18,000, Orange County, TX; 11,000, Galveston, TX
Freon Extraction: 3,200, Orange County, TX; 4,300, Galveston, TX
White Good Decon (Dirty WGl: 3,900, Orange County, TX; 4,800, Galveston, TX
E-Waste Units: 2,200, Galveston, TX
Household Hazardous WasteiHHW): 195,000 lbs, Galveston, TX
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Orange County, Texas (Hurricane Ike, FEMA-1791-DR)
Contact: Jeff Kelly, EMC, p 409-882-7895, Email: [email protected]
Project Term: 09/14/08-02119/08; VolumeNalue (Approx.): 620,000 CY/$16.4 mil
Description: Supplied 8 emergency power generators, emergency meals, lodging & hygiene and other response
services, including: MREs, water, Gatorade, cots/sleeper units, temp housing, shower units, temp offices, refrigerators,
dry containers, and grocery deliveries. Provided building remediation/restoration services for 17 Orange County
government buildings, including water/debris extraction, decontamination and disinfecting, drying-in, climate control,
and document recovery. Supplied eligible debris collection, removal, temporary storage, management, reduction and
lawful disposal. Work consisted of handling over 18,000 White Goods, of which 3,200 required Freon Extraction and
3,900 required decontamination owing to putrescent food and other substances. Overall, we collected approx. 15,750
loads of debris and removed over 11,000 hazardous hanging limbs utilizing approximately 250 hauling vehicles.
City of Galveston, Texas (Hurricane Ike, FEMA-1791-DR)
Contact: Charlie Kelly, EMC, p 409-765-3725, Email: [email protected]
Project Term: 10/01/08-10126/08; VolumeNalue (Approx.): 330,000 CY/$12.0 mil
Description: Supplied eligible debris collection, removal, temporary storage, management, reduction and lawful
disposal. Work consisted of handling over 11,000 White Goods, of which 4,300 required Freon Extraction and 4,800
required decontamination owing to putrescent food and other substances. Also collected and processed over 2,200
Ewaste units and over 195,000 pounds of household hazardous waste. Extra diligence had to be performed during
recovery operations owing to the great number of historical structures severely damaged in the City. Overall, we
collected approx. 7,500 loads of debris utilizing 140 hauling vehicles.
City ofP.sadena, Texas (Hurricane Ike, FEMA-1791-DR)
Contact: Robin Greene, Dir. PW, p 713-475-7835, Email: [email protected]
Project Term: 09/15/08-10/26/08; Volum.lValue (Approx.): 428,000 CY/$4.5 mil
Description: Provided emergency debris clearance. Provided eligible debris collection, removal, and lawful disposal, as
well as hazardous tree and limb removal. Overall, we collected approx. 9,500 loads of debris and removed over 9,800
hazardous limbs and leaning trees utilizing 90 hauling vehicles.
Hardin County, Texas (Hurricane Ike, FEMA-1791-DR)
Contact: Ken Pelt, County Comm., p 409-287-3300, Email: [email protected]
Project Term: 09/16/08-11/18/08; VolumeNalue (Approx.): 377,000 CY/$4.5 mil
Description: Supplied emergency power generation directly following hurricane. Provided emergency debris clearance.
Provided eligible debris collection, removal, temporary storage, management, reduction by grinding and burning and
lawful disposal. Overall, we collected approx. 6,400 loads of debris utilizing over 130 hauling vehicles.
City of Jersey Village, Texas (Hurricane Ike, FEMA-1791-DR)
Contact: Michael Brown, PW Dir, p 713-466-2107. Email: [email protected]
Project Term: 09/16/08-10/1/08; VolumeNalue (Approx.): 38,000 CY/$500,000
Description: Provided eligible debris collection, removal, temporary storage, management, reduction by grinding and
lawful disposal. Overall, we collected approx. 760 loads of debris utilizing 22 hauling vehicles.
City of Beaumont, Texas (Hurricane Ike, FEMA-1791-DR)
Contact: Sgt. Tim Ocnsachek, EC, p 409-466-5117, Email: [email protected]
Project Term: 09/12/08-10/1/08; Value (Approx.): $260,000
Description: Supplied 7 emergency power generators directly following hurricane.
City of Victoria, Texas (Hurricaue Ike, FEMA-1791-DR)
Contact: David Martyn, City Commissioner, p 361-575-0651, Email: [email protected]
Project Term: 09/10/08-9/24/08; Value (Approx.): $235,000
Description: Supplied 5 emergency power generators and 200 cots directly following hurricane.
Wharton County, Texas (Hurricane Ike, FEMA-1791-DR)
Contact: Andy Kirkland, EC, p 979-532-2541, Email: [email protected]
Project Term: 09/10/08-09/24/08; Value (Approx.): $25,000
Description: Supplied emergency power generation directly following hurricane.
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City of Bridge City, Texas (Hurricane Ike, FEMA-I79I-DR)
Contact: Jerry Jones, EC, p 409-626-1723, Email: [email protected]
Project Term: 09114/08-9/30/08; Value (Approx.): $573,000
Description: Supplied emergency power generation, fuel and pumping services, as well as mobile sleeper units,
showers, a mobile command center and an aviation trailer directly following hurricane.
City or Vidor, Texas (Hurricane Ike, FEMA-I79I-DR)
Contact: Ray Mosely, EC, p 979-798-9135, Email: [email protected]
Project Term: 09114/08-10/5/08; Value (Approx.): $171,000
Description: Supplied emergency power generation and mobile shower units directly following hurricane.
City of Brazoria, Texas (Hurricane Ike, FEMA-I79I-DR)
Contact: Teresa Borders, City Manger, p 409-656-8591, Email: [email protected]
Project Term: 09/16/08-10/15/08; VolumeNalue (Approx.): 15,500 CY/$245 k
Description: Provided eligible debris collection, removal, temporary storage, management, reduction by grinding and
lawful disposal. Overall, we collected approx. 300 loads of debris utilizing 15 hauling vehicles.
City of Sour Lake, Texas (Hurricane Ike, FEMA-1791-DR)
Contact: Larry Saurage, City Manager, p 409-287-3573, Email: [email protected]
Project Term: 0911 7/08-10/19/08; VolumeNalue (Approx.): 27,200 CY/$290 k
Description: Provided emergency debris clearance. Provided eligible debris collection, removal, temporary storage,
management, reduction by grinding and burning and lawful disposal. Overall, we collected approx. 450 loads of debris
utilizing 22 hauling vehicles.
City of Kountze, Texas (Hurricane Ike, FEMA-I791-DR)
Contact: Kimberly Haines, CS, p 409-246-3463, Email: [email protected]
Project Term: 09/16/08-10/16/08; VolumeNalue (Approx.): 10,100 CY/$137 k
Description: Provided emergency debris clearance. Provided eligible debris collection, removal, temporary storage,
management, reduction by grinding and burning and lawful disposal. Overall, we collected approx. 215 loads of debris
utilizing 10 hauling vehicles.
City of Lumberton, Texas (Hurricane Ike, FEMA-1791-DR)
Contact: Steve Clark, City Manager, p 409-755-3700, Email: [email protected]
Project Term: 09/14/08-10/15/08; VolumelValue (Approx.): 65,100 CY/$725 k
Description: Supplied emergency power generation. Provided emergency debris clearance. Provided eligible debris
collection, removal, temporary storage, management, reduction by grinding and burning and lawful disposal. Overall,
we collected approx. 1,610 loads of debris utilizing 35 hauling vehicles.
City of Rose Hill Acres, Texas (Hurricane Ike, FEMA-1791-DR)
Contact: Nannette Knight, Mayor, p 409-755-7160, Email: [email protected]
Project Term: 09/16/08-10/13/08; Volume/Value (Approx.): 7,900 CY/$131 k
Description: Provided emergency debris clearance. Provided eligible debris collection, removal, temporary storage,
management, reduction by grinding and burning and lawful disposal. Overall, we collected approx. 157 loads of debris
utilizing 9 hauling vehicles.
City of Nome, Texas (Hurricane Ike, FEMA-1791-DR)
Contact: David Studdert, EC, p 409-656-0946, Email: [email protected]
Project Term: 09/14/08-09/28/08; Value (Approx.): $48,000
Description: Supplied emergency power generation and pumps directly following hurricane.
Hidalgo County, Texas (Hurricane Dolly, FEMA-1780-DR)
Contact: Raul Lozano, A.D., p 956-975-8044, Email: [email protected]
Project Term: 07/23/08-11124/08; VolumeNalue (Approx.): 650,000 CY/$11.6 mil
Description: Supplied emergency pumps and vacuum trucks to mitigate severe flooding attributed to the stonn;
relocated and rechanneled over 350 million gallons of flood water. Provided eligible debris coltection, removal,
temporary storage, management, reduction by grinding and burning, and lawful disposal. Overall. we collected approx.
14,500 loads of debris utilizing 94 hauling vehicles. We established and maintained 5 temporary debris storage sites and
serviced 16 separate municipalities within the County.
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Client. Declaration/Contract
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Contracting Otlke, New Orleans,
Vicksburg Contracting Otlice
W912P8-05-D-0025
DACW29·03·D·OOO9
Contract Type/Event
Contract Wo.-k Provided
Disaster Debris Management
Hurricane Katrina
• Emergency Road Clearance
• ROW Debris ColiectionIHauling
• TDSRS Management
• Debris SegugationlReduction
• Debris DisposaliRecycling
• Demolition of Structures
• Hazardous Tree/Stump Work
• White Goods CollectionlDisposal
• Haz. Mal Mnnagement
• Putrefied Food Disposal
FEMA·160)·DR
FEMA-1604-DR
Senior Project
Mo..."b)
Randy Perkins
Terry Jackson
John Noble
Dow Knight
Rob Ray
Bill Johnson
Fred Neris
Client Contact
Performance Period
Joan K. Arnold, Contracting Offker
337-181-5092
[email protected]
9/1/05·8/28/06
Cubic Yallls
Contract Fees
CoUected
for Services
21,718)07
$650,000,000
Claudette M. McDonald, Contracting Officer
504-681-2312
claudette [email protected]
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ject Summary (LA): As the USACE ACi contractor for Region 3, AshBntt was the Imtlal Response contractor for LOUISIana. Wlthm the first 30 daysfof/olYlllg contmct acfll'atlon (911-9130), AshE,.", mlt/ated debrIS remoW/f operations
'i jurisdictions assigned by task orderjrom the USACE. AslrBritt identified and designated collection =ones in· each jurisdiction. We sourced, retained and assigned subcolltractors for all collection =ones. Of viral importance to the
ission. AshBritt provided emergency quaners and hygienefadlities/ar more than 300 government personnel, as well as established a commissary tlrat served more thall 10,000 meals. Moreover, we provided over 50,000 gal/on:; of
'lergency diesel/llel for initial operations. avoiding a1!Y equipment downtime. Before AshBritt was tasked solei), to..uS turning over all active LA operations to three contractors selected through solicitatioll by the US.4CE, we had
",'eloped and staffed ]6 TDSR sites throughout the affected areas and had collected and hauled over 1, ODD, 000 cy ofdebris in under 5 weekf. Additionally, we removed 19 tons ofputrefiedfoodfrom commercial cold storage facilities in
deans Parish.
iOject Summary (MS): As the USACE .'leI contractor for Region 3, AshBrit! was the Initial Response contractor for Mississippi. AshBritf was ultimately tasked by the USACEfor the debris mission in MS. AshBritt was tasked to ser11ice
.separatejtfrisdictiotls, covering over 8,-100 .square mile.1 atld ow,. /75 miles inland. AshBritt identified and deSignated collection =ones in eachjltl'isdiction. We sourced, retained and assigned sllbconrraclOrsjor all collection =ones
,li::ingfil'msfrom the 4j.:cted area to the greatest extent practical. AshBritt worked close~v with the USACE to develop unique work and safety plallsfor the project that took into accOlUlt the scope and magnitude afthe proje£1. Overall.
'ihBritt collected. haliled and processed 0ppl'oximate~v 21 million cubic yards of vegetative debris and wreckage, staffing, managing and operating -19 temporary debris processing sites. Specifica/~v, we hauled l!ver 700,000 loads of
~bris, /Ising approximately J],-100 certified operalionalvehicles. We employed and managed over 1,230 subcontractors, and over 500 local personnel.
02 Collier County, FL
FEMA·1609·DR
Disaster Debris Management
Hurricane Wilma
• Emergency Road Clearance
• ROW Debris ColieclionIHauIiog
• Huardous Tree Work
• TDSRS Management
• Debris Segregation/Reduction
• Haz Milt Containment
• Debris Dispo~lRecycling
lohnNoble
Dan Rodriguez
239-435-9608
[email protected]
10/23/05·2116/06
$24)00,000
1.277,997
ojet:t Summary: AshB/1ft collected and processed over 93-1, 000 IJI ofd,saster debT/s, while disposmg of 34-1,000 cy ofreducedvegetallve waste and C&D. AshBnlf managed 6 TDSR sites. DebriS was reduced by grmdmg and
mpaction. O\'crall, O\'e,. 34,000 loads where handled/or both debris collectioll and disposal. utili=ing 614 collection trucks and 216 disposal trucks. Debris was disposed ofat JI final disposal sires, many of which were for beneficial use
'Plication ofreduced vegetative debris (agricultural and power cogeneration). Additionally, AshBriU supplied emergency power, emergency containment for pell·oleum releases, and l'QCUWII truck sen'ice to the q:J1mty.
03 City of Coral Gables, FL
FEMA·1 609·DR
Disaster Debris Management
Hurricane Wilma
• Emergency Road Clearance
• ROW Debris CollecllonlHau1ing
• H=doU5 Tree Wor!':
• IDSRS Management
• Debris Se!.'Teg.ltionIR~duction
• Debris Dispo$alJRecycbng
Ralph Dahlgren
Dan Keys
305460-5130
[email protected]
10129/05-1129/06
$6,057,000
213,948
'.-ojecl SUmmary: AshB/1It c;olleclt::d and procec>sed 214,000 cy ofdisaster debriS. wIllIe dlsposmg of over 56,-100 cy of reduced vegetatIVe wasle and C&D. AshBntt managed 2 TDSR sites. Debns was reduced by grmdmg. Overall, over
950 loads where handledfor both debris collectio/J and disposal, lltili=ing 55 collection tt"//cks and 51 disposal fl'llcks. Debris was disposed ofat 2final disposal sites.
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04 Broward County, FL
FEMA-1609-DR
FEMA-1602-DR
Contract Type/Eveot
Contract Work Provided
Disaster Debris Management
Hurricane KatrinaIW ilma
• Emergency Road Clearance
• ROW Debri~ CollectionlHauling
• Huardous Tree Work
'1DSRS Management
• Debris Seb'TegationIReductiOll
• Debris DisposallRecyding
Senior Projed
Ma081!er isl
Ralph Dahlgren
CUent Contact
PerCormance Period
Peter Foye
954-765-4202
[email protected]
8/30/05-;121106
Cubic Yanis
Contract Fees
CoHected
Cor Services
$26,743,000
2,393,299
roject Summary: AshBrilt col/ected and huulcd a combmed 228,000 cy ofdebrlsfor UnIncorporated Broward County. the Broll'urd County School Board, Broward FacIlmes and Browa,d Highways and Budges, utilbng 187 haulmg
licks. Additionally, AshBritt was 1"(!3pom·iblefor Ihe managemenI of2 County TDSR sites. all ofwllich accepted debrisjrom municipalilies wilhin the COUllI)', This included debris collecredFom other COnIractors. O\'erall. AshBr;n was
ponsible for processing. reducing and disposing 0/1.393.299 cy ofdebriS. lI1ili::ing o\'er ./50 trucks
05 City of Weston, FL
FEMA-1609-DR
Disaster DebrIS Management
Hurricane Wilma
• ROW Debris Collcerion/HauJillg
• Hazardous Tree Work
• TOSRS Managem~llt
• Debris Se!llegation/Reduclion
• Debris DisposailReeyding
Randy Perkins
Brad Kaine
954-753-5040
[email protected]
1112/05-312/06
244,396
$3.500,000
;oject Summary: ,·bIlB/lft collected, processed and dISposed of approxlmute~y ]-14.396 cy of dIsaster debns, uTlil=mg 166 collectIon trucks for the CIty of Weston. Debns collected lVlthmlhe CIty WQ.\ temporanly stored and proce.ssed at
~BriU's BrolVard County TDSR .\·ite.
06 City of Plantation, FL
FEMA-1609-DR
Disaster Debris Management
Hurricane Wilma
• Emergency Road Clearance
• ROW Debris CoHeelion/Hauling
• Hazardous Tree Work
• mSRS Management
• Debris Segrc:galion/Rcduction
• Debris DisposalfRttycling
Ralph Dahlgren
Frank DeCelle
954-452-2536
[email protected]
10128/05-9/23/06
451)45
$7,274,000
rojed Summary: AshBrm collected. processed and disposed of ./51.745 0' of duasIer debns, IIlIh=mg 16(J collectlOn trucks for the City of PlantatlOII. 12.681 loads ofdebriS were collected and hauled. DebriS col/e,ted WithIn the City
s temporari~v stored und processed at 4shBriu's Broww·d COII/11V TDSR site
07 City of Sunrise, FL
212,619
$2.900,000
Disaster Debris Management • Emergency Road Clearance
10129/0;-2120/06
Ralph Dahlgren
Richard Salamon/Marcia Peterson
• ROW Debris Collei:tioniHauling
FEMA-1609-DR
Hurricane Wilma
Tim Mooney
954-801-1313
• H..zllldouii Irell Work
[email protected]
• TDSRS Management
• Debris Segregarion/Re~u'tioll
• Debris Disp05a1lRecyc1ing
I'oject Summary: AshBntt col/ecled and processed appl oXllnately 1/3. 000 c)' ofd,sastel debris, lItildl1g J63 trucks. (J.,'emJl, 5,609 loads where handJulior both debns collection and dISposal. Debns was disposed ofat 3 final disposal
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08 City of Boca Raton, FL
FEMA-1609-DR
Disaster Debris Management
Hurricane Wilma
• Enlergency Road Clearance
• ROW Debris ColleclionlHauling
• Hazardous Tree Work
• mSRS t.-Unagemenl
• D~bris Segre!!ation/Redu'tion
• Debris Disposal/Reeyeling
Ralph Dahlgren
Judy Ahem
561-416-3384
·[email protected]
10/29/05-2/12/06
642,274
$16,900,000
roject Summary: AshBml collected and processed Mel 6-10.000 cy ojd'saslf!l debns, 1IIlIIe dlSpOSl1lg ofover 115.816 cy of redllced vegetatn'e waste and C&D. AshBrttl mallaged 1 TDSR slle. DebrIS was reduced by grmdmg. OveralJ.
18.150 loads where halldledfor both debris collectioll and disposal, uti/bllg 172 collection trucks alld 128 disposal trucks. Debris was disposed ofat 2final disposal sites.
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09 City of Parkland, FL
FEMA-1609-DR
Contract Type/Event
Contract Work Provided
Disaster Debris Management
Hurricane Wilma
• Emergency Rnad Clearance
'ROW Debris Colle~"Iion!Haulillg
• Hazardous Tree Work
• TDSRS Manag~m~nt
• Debris SegregationlReduction
• Debris DisposalJR.ecyc1ing
Senior Project
Man.oer (s)
Randy Perkins
Client Contact
Perfonnance Period
Jim Berkman
954·757-4121
'[email protected]
10/29/05·3/2106
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(or Sen-ices
Collected
244,911
$6,000,000
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roject Summary: AshBrltJ cof/ected and processed appro:nmately 2-15,000 cy ofdISaster deb'ls, while disposmg of aver 62,000 cy of reduced vegetative waste and C&D, AshBlltt managed 1 rDSR slle. Debris was reduced by gnndmg.
erall, over 7,1-10 loads II'here handled/or both debris collection and disposal, lIti/i=ing 88 collection truck.s and 68 disposal trucks Debris was disposed ofal 2final disposal sites.
10 Town of Davie, FL
FEMA·1 609·DR
Disaster Debris Management
Hurricane Wilma
° Esm'lb>ency Road Clearance
·lI.QW Debris CollectinniHallling
• Hazardous Tree Work
omsRS Management
° Debris Segregation/Reduction
• Debris DisposalJR.ecyding
Tim Mooney
Russell C. MunizlDan Oyler
954·797·1023/954·797·1840
[email protected]·fl.gov
10/23/05·2/ 18/06
593,789
$8,436,000
oJect Summary: AshBnlt collected apPloxlmately 593,800 C)' Of dlsaster debT/s, Iltildng 180 trllcks. CA'era/l, 16,617 loads where handledfor debriS collectIOn. DebrIS was stored and processed at AshBntt's Bro"!ard County TDSR site,
ote: Prior to Hurricalle lVilma, AshBrilt alsu collected and hal/led 43,281 cy ofdebris aUribllted 10 Hllrricane Katrina
11 City of Coral Gables, FL
FEMA-1602-DR
Disaster Debris Management
Hurricane Katrina
• Emergency Road Clearance
• ROW Debris CollectionIHau!ins
• Hazardous Tree Work
• mSRS Management
• Debris SegregatiOn/Reduction
• Debris Dispo!>al/Recyding
Ralph Dahlgren
Dan Keys
305-460.5130
[email protected]
8/26/05·1017/05
207,000
$4,450,000
roject Summary: AshE/lit collected and processed appro;nmately 153,000 cyofdisaster deblls, whlle dlsposmg ofover 55, 000 cy ofI educed vegetatIve wasle and C&D. AshBrttt managed 1 rDSR Sire, DebriS was reduced by grmdmg.
I'erall over 4,002 lo{/ds where handledfor both debris collection and disposal IJliJi:ing 51 collectiolJ trucks and 29 disposal tntcks Debris was disposed ofat 2 final disposal siles
12 Escambia County, FL
FEMA·1595·DR
Disaster Debris Management
Hurricane Dennis
• Emergtncy Road Clearance
• ROW Debris Collection/Hauling
° Hazanlous T fee Wark.
• TDSRS MlI1Iagemenl
° Debris SegregationIRedu,tion
• Debris Disposal/Recycling
Dow Knight
Matt Melillo
Bob McLaughlin/George Touart
850-595-4946/850·5954947
[email protected]
[email protected] (former)
7/13/05-12/9105
$10,400,000
699,936
roject Summary; AshBrltl collecled and processed apprOXImately 700,000 cy of disaster debns, while disposmg of over 199,000 cy ofreducedvegclatlve waste and C&D. AshBrIlt managed 3 TDSR SlIes. Debns was reduced by grinding
md burning. Overall. 20,665 loads where handledfor bOlh debris collection and disposal, utildug 161 collection truck.'; and 73 disposal trucks. Debris was disposed 0/ at 9 final disposal sites. A significant poreion ofreduced vegetative
~bris ",as diverted/or beneficial use
13 Escambia County, FL
FEMA·1551·DR
Disaster Debris Management
Hurricane Ivan
• Emergency Road Clearance
• ROW Debris Co!lection/Hauling
• Hazardous Tree Work
• mSRS Mllnag~ml'Tlt
• Debris Segrcgation/Rtduction
• Debris Disposa1lRecycling
Ralph Dahlgren
Bob McLaughlin/George Touart
850·595-4946/&50·595-4947
bob_mc1aughl [email protected]
[email protected],n.us(former)
9122/04-5131/05
$44,000,000
2,356,984
:>roJect Summary: AshBn" collected and pro£esscd approximately 2,350,000 cy ofdIS as tel debriS, whIle dlsposmg of over 1,053,000 cy ofreduced vegetatIVe waste and C&D. AshBntl mallaged 4 TDSR Sill'S and 3 citi=en drop-offsl/es.
)ebris \I'as redllced by grinding, compaction and burning, OWfa/l, 95,631 loads where handled/or both debris collection and disposal. Ulili:ing over 700 collection trucks and 350 disposal trocks. Debris was disposed 0/ at 16jinal
~'sposal sifes. A Significant P0l1ioll ofredzlcedl'egetatil'e debris was divertedfor bencjicia/use.
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14 Brevard County, FL
FEMA-1545-DR
Contract Type/Event
Contract Work Provided
Disaster Debris Management
Hurricane Frances
• Emergency Road Clearance
• ROW Debris CollectionlHauUng
• Hazardous Tr~ Work
• TDSRS Management
• Debris SegregationlReduction
• Debris Disposal/Recycling
Cubic Yards
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Client Contact
Performance Period
Terry Jackson
Euri Rodriguez
321-633-2042
[email protected]·us
9/19/04-11/30/04
Contract Fees
ror Services
377,560
$8,250,000
9/18/04-1/5105
253,668
Senior Project
CoUed:ed
-oject Summary: AshBr1l1 collected over 377,550 cy a/disaster debm·, 1It1I=mg 215 n·ucks Overall, 12,687 loads were collected and hauled to 6final destmatlOn sItes.
15 City of Fort Pierce, FL
FEMA-1545-DR
Disaster Debris Management
Hurricane Frances
• Emergency Rnad Clearance
• ROW Debris Collection/)-{auling
• Hozardol.ls Tree Work
• mSRS Management
• Debris Segregation/Reduction
• Debris DisposaJJRecyciinS
John Noble
Danny D'Emidio
Bob Hood
772-460-2200
[email protected]
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oject Summary: AshBntl collected and processed over 253, 600 cy ofdISaster debYls, while dlsposmg 0/ approxllnateJy 2/9,609 cy oj reduced vegetatIVe waste alld C&D. A:JhBn/f managed 3 TDSR Sites. DebriS JIIas reduced by g17ndmg
d compaction Overall, 9,0]7 lauds where handled/or both debris collection and disposal, lltili=ing /9/ collection trucks and 120 disposal trllcks Debris was disposed of at 3 final disposal sites
16 City of Boca Raton. FL
FEMA-1545-DR
Disaster Debris Management
Hurricane Frances
• Emergency Road Clearance
• ROW Debris CollectionIHauling
• Hazardous Tree Work
• TDSRS Management
• Debris Sel!regalionlReducllon
• Debris DisposallRecycling
Randy Perkins
Man Gierden
Judy Ahem
561416-3384
[email protected]
9m04-1 III 1/04
151,339
$4,200,000
533,407
$14,400,000
oject Summary: AshBrut collected over 15/,000 cy of dlsasfer debrIS, 1I11i1=mg 7/ trllcks 1.239 loads were collected alld hallled to 2 TDSR sites Over 5, /50 'Y ofdebYls was dISposed oj /lsmg 26 trl/cks
17 City of Port Saint Lucit!, FL
fEMA-154S-DR
DisaSter Debris Management
Hurricane Frances
• Emergency Road C\cBf8nce
• ROW DebrisCoilecrionIHaulins
• Hazardous Tree Work
• TOSRS Management
• Debri. S¢gregationlReducri 011
• Debri. Disposa!/RecyC!ing
10hn Noble
DaIUlY D'Emidio
Larry Nadeau
9/6/04-4120/05
772-871~5100
[email protected]
roject Summary: AshBntt collected and prOt.essed approximately 530,000 C)' ofdisaster debl tS, while dlsposmg ofover /50,000 CJ' of redl~ced vegetaln;e waste and C&D. AshBrm managed 3 TDSR sUes. Debns was reduced by grmdmg,
-;Impaction and burning. Overall, 18,100 loads where handled/or both debris colleclion and disposal, utilbng orer 200 collectioll trucks and 150 disposal trucks. Debris was disposed ofat 5 filial disposal sites. Portions o/redl/ced
~getative debris were dil'erledjor beneficial agricullural lise andfilel sOllrce
18 $( Lucie County, FL
Disaster Debris Management
Hurricane Frances
FEMA-1545~DR
• Emergency Road Clear,lllce
• ROW Debris CollectionIHauling
• H=dous Tree Work
• TOSRS Management
• Debris SegrcgationlReduction
• Debris Disposa!/Reqding
John Noble
Don West
772-462-2728
9/6/04-1/16105
307.987
$8,800,000
8/16/04-2/26105
404.215
$8,800,000
oject Summary: AshB11ll collected approxlmafely 308,000 c) ofdlsastel· debns, 1If1lt=mg 200 thlcks Overall, 9,239 loads were collected alld hailled to.J filial destmallon SUes
19 City of Orlando, FL
FEMA-1539-DR
AshBritt. Inc.
Disaster Debris Management
Hurricane Charley
I
Pasadena, TX
I H-GAC EUSR
• EmCf}!ency Road Clearance
• ROW Debris Co!!ettionIHaulin,ll
• Hazardous Tree Work
• rnSRS Management
• Debris Se!!regation/Reductioo
• Debris DisposailRecyCling
Fernando Neris
Phil Foreman
Man Melillo
Mike Carroll
407-246-2314
[email protected]
11
shBritt, Inc. Disaster Response & Recovery Divisions
'etailed HislOriCliI Disaster Response & Recovery Experience Table (Abridged), Select Projects (2003-Present)
Ite:
<~:~,
AshBrifl, Inc. served us Ihe Primary Response u/ld R-tcovelJ' Contractor for th-tfollowing listed pl"Ojects. Additiona.l project experience is available upon request.
TypelEveot
Provided
Cootact
Period
~oject
Summary: AshBritt collected and processed over 404,000 'Y ofdisaster debris, while disposing ofapproximately 112.000 cy ofreduced vegetative waste and C&D. AshBritt managed 3 TDSR sites.
Impaction and burning. Overa/J, 16.764 loads where lu.lI/dledfor both debris collection and disposal. utilbng over 350 collection tFilcks and 150 disposal trucks. Debris was disposed ofat 3 filial disposal sites. Portions ofreduced
·getaT;ve debris were diw:rtedfo/' beneficial agricui1uralll.se andflle! source.
FL
Vacuum Trucks
collected and processed over J. 000, 000 cy ofdisaster debriS, while disposing ofapproximately 135, .JOO 0' of redllced ,'egetative waste and C&D. AshBritt managed 7 TDSR siles. Debris was
rinding and compaction. Overall, 41,683 loads where hand/edfor both debris collection and disposal. utili=ing over 500 collection trucks and 200 disposal tnlcks. Debris was disposed of at 5 final disposal sites. PO/'liollS of reduced
?getatil'e debris lYere dil'erredjor beneficial ag1'icultllralllse andfud source. In addition, AshBrill conducted emergency pmnpin~ overations and Vac (Tuck catch basin and sewel'
ROW Debris Collection/Hauling
Hazardous Tree Wor!.:
TDSRS Jl..lanag:emeIlT
Debri~ Scgre~tionlReductioll
Debris Disposai/Recycling
inding,
and bllrning. Overall, 77.623 loads where handledfor both
were divertedfor beneficial agrieulluraillse andfllel
Management
waste
utili:ing over 600 collection Inlets alld 200 disposal
2,\
!Hurricane Isabel
IDSRS Manal,'CmCIII
Debris Segrega.tionIRcductioll
Debris DisposaJlRccycling
roject Summary: AshBrilt collected and processed approximate(~' 2,200,000 cy ofdisaster debris, while disposing of over 750.000 L)-' ofredllced vegetative waste and C&D. AshBritt managed J massive TDSR site in excess of J00 acres.
rJebris was redllced by grinding, compacrion and burning. Overall, 6875 loads where handledfor both debris co/lec(lon and disposal. IItili=ing over 190 collection tntcks and 85 disposal trucks. In addition AshBrW removed over 1.-100
llrardolls frees Imder the imminent danger tree program. removed debris from sewers and catch basins throughout the City, prOVided emergency power to municipal bUildings and lift stations, provided propane delivery as generator fuel
Ie eiry EOe. provided lec·hnieal assistance 10 the City as il re/ales to the Pllblic Assistance program categories A-G.
AshBrltt, Inc.
I
Pasadena, TX
I H-GAC EUSR
12
AshBritt, Inc, Disaster Response & Recovery Divisions
if>
Katrina MS Debris Mission, Select Project Statistics Table (2005-06)
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Note: Ash Britt responded to /6 separate jurisdictions in Mississippi as part % l l r USACE debris mission. The following tables delineate the
major operational statistics 0/9 ofour mission task orders. Each task was managed as a separate project with a dedicated management
slntclUre. AI/were IInder the tImbrel/a a/mission-wide centralized Operatioll Management stntcl!Ire.jol/owblg established standard
operating procedures to ensure cOllsistency and coordination of efforts. As the mission was carried Oftt, reSOflrces were shared to maintain
efficiencies and maximum productivity Ill/der the circumstances.
Project Breakdowns
;:/:>'.Cat.e •.
Total Trucks (ROW)
Total Trucks (Outhaul)
Total ROW Collection (Cy)
Total Debris Disposal (CY)
Total Temporary Debris Sites
Total
Total
Total
Total
Total
,.
,,'
Forrest RecoverY~' .:~ ~
;.'.
"
~.
Gear•• Reeoverv:'
1,737
196
Tola
Tota
Tota
Total
Total
;,...::..
946,243
7
55,861
15,381
1,265
3,478
1,689
76,340
74,200
6,899
6,026
7,639
17,812
3,889
7,513
3,796
.'
'rue'ks(ROW)
[ruc:ks'
0\1 ' rnll.din. (CY)
I (CY)
Debris
T,
' Debris Sites
1,880
134
3,195,031
.
.. "
. '
,
(
..
,
"
,
1,I3i
9(
1,37'
208
I
1,Q/i191R
720,329
6
~ Limbs
Leaning Trees
Stumps
Total H
TotalH
Total H
Total Holes
Total ROEs
IJon..
','.
il
Hancock Reeoveri< .
63
651,946
241,449
2
28,970
' ..
,
4,041
278
5,791,801
1,617,214
6
D, ,:.
,..: .,' -
.
308
2,507,559
Hazardous Hangin~ Limbs
Hazardous Leaning Trees
Hazardous Stumps
Holes Backfilled
ROEs Performed
,'.,
6
63,520
n,Oa3
30,069
19,319
2,737
5,518
2,335
401
16
0
0
25
!,631
II 1,238
,75'
Project Breakdowns
CategorY" " ' :''-:'. '<::. ,. '.
Total Trucks (ROW)
Total Trucks (OuthauJ)
Total ROW Collection ICy)
Total Debris Disposal (CY)
Total Temporary Debris Sites
Total
Total
Total
Total
Total
Hazardous Hanging Limbs
Hazardous Leaning Trees
Hazardous Stumps
Holes Backfilled
ROEs Perfonned
AshBritt, Inc.
I
Pasadena, TX
Pail Chrl;dlin R«ovety:
Paicag9ula RecQverr·
I H·GAC EUSR
WalthaU Re.:overy.
"
"
446
77
1,238,626
259,341
5
748
14
1,489,971
716,708
6
260
45
508,226
190,560
2
a
a
a
a
12,831
15,905
1,494
875
3,083
33,018
10,146
2,209
3.571
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2(1)4 Hurricane R~co~erics, fionda
IMu!t~pl~ EV~!Il51
MOl., ('I'D Hauled (for Ali) by
Job counl over lOOK CY by
Job COWlt over 500K CY by
Job COWl! over 600K CV by
951.7flO,50
4
2
days
days
days
days:
1}17,352,60
1,717.352,60
.¥.~
OUI oflolal Jobs
% ofT01ai CY Hauled by Days Our;"
t:nnTNllnw
Hurricane
Client
Chilli one COWlty
Cii"rley
Humcane Churley
City of Orlando
Hurricane Chru-Iey
OrMge COWlty
Year
TotalCY
+lDII)'!
+7 OilY!
+120 DayS
+150 Oa,..
+180 Days
+150Il1'II+lOOIIY5
+60 DIIY5
-t9O Oil'"
L783,6)).70
1.797,004.80
1.1163,695.90
500,686.90 I
768,809.20
1.744.380.40
36,347.50
168.392 40
l)i9,600.00
1.329.600.00 I
9,{)4%
93.60%
195%
95.70":1.
96.4.!%
71.34%
71.34%
2fl.87"/.:
.t125%
2004
404,215.~0
403,951.20
6,977.90
47,fl09.00
294,289,90
184,558,50 I
404.215.20 '::J~):,: ;~:i .:·x",:;i-·.~i:;
383,872.80
383,872.80 :
100.00%
In%
9993%
94.97%
IL78%
45.66%1
71,SI%
94<17"1.1
1.004,112,90
2004 1.004,512.50
19,91L70
479,J.!1.20
991.3)2.90
844,636.40
76,112.30
157,018.80 1
1.002,960.20
844,()36.40 I
'19-')6%
99,85%
98,69%
l.'>S%
1~6J%1
47.72%
75S%
8~.08%
84.08%
2004
Hunicane F rancllS
Boc~
2004
151.339.20
Hurricl\Ile Frances
Bu:vald
20W
377,559,90
Hurricane Frl\llces
City of POll S'- Lucie
2004
BL078.70
Hurricane FrlUlces
DaVIe
2004
24.644.10
Raton
Hurricane Frances
Fon Pierce
2004
253,668.40
Hurricane Frances
Oakland
2004
5.21~.60
Hurricane Frances
Parkland
2004
45,026.80
HUlricane Frl\llc~-:i
S.:basliiUl
2004
lJo.867.60
Humww Franc~'S
5, Lut)" Court\)'
2004
307.'J&7.QO
Hurricane Frances
Town of Lllle Park
Z004
5.124.40
Hurricll!le Frances
Village of North Palm Beach
201)4
36,347.60
Hurricane Ivan
Esc.ambiliRecovery
2D04 2.HB,37!.lO
Hurricane Jeanne
City ofPorl SI, Lucie
200~
2.n8,SO
Hurrican~
Manatec COWlty
2004
24,123.20
Par~hllld
2004
12,852.00
Jeanne
HurrkilOc leanne
AShBritt, Inc.
I
Pasadena, TX
I H-GAC EUSR
"
18,792.60
12.42"",
10,540.5()
2,79%
8,20S.50
155%
IO,68~,90
43,36'10
19,56].70
7,71%
4,2H70
SI51",4,
\3,769.50
30058%
5,812.40
4.25%
.~,I~.IO
2,98%
8()9.'JO
)6,98%
42,176.80
27.87%
50.779.4()
13,45%
67,230.50
12.66%
21,202.90
86.04"/.
61.671.50
2-1.31%
4,2S 1.70
81,57%
32,005.S0
71.0g%
17,843,30
13.().I.%
28,966.40
9.41%
3,508,gO
68.:17"10
15.0S%
16,600.50
45.67%
45,541.40
1,94%
158,166,90
&.74%
236.50
10 16'<'.
3,550.90
14.76%
3.921.00
30.51%
858,50
J(J,87%
5,232.00
5,47UO
21.6~.
7,660.50
59.61%
96,319.70 :
63,64%1
122,421. 70 1
12-12~,.1
192.129.00:
142,078.30
9388%
295.864. to
73,)6%
355.514.40
IS 1,339.20 .
100.00%
361.62040
95,78%
503.710.00
':2.Xi:~·L:~.;, ,{J;i ~~~::'~l..;r ,::~~.;::~, ,--,_:L'L:<: ..L ~Lljj\j:,j..~. ~,L.(U,L, ~'.:",:~~~.
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361,620.40 1
95,78%1
503,710,00;
377.559.90 .'.\,,'~', :::i~: :~'-:i::".i4:;'.'2~':t;'. '~i' :~I.J~~~"~(~':::";"
100.00%
530,732.70
531.078.70
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100.00%1
124,224.90 I
48.97%1
5.212,60 h"
100.00"/;,1
185.417.10
73.09%
:;"""~:-;~-;:"
45l~~~O~~~
35.694.301
75,157.00
54.91%
tJ8,S48.JO :
L'1("
253,668.40
100.00%
tt_' :J::"·:'.:/.:'l:i:,,·:,k:-::: ::.: ~":.'~;~:~t,:..~ .~ ';~::;'
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44,!~6~~:
2608~}
242,942.40
95.77"/.
1
242,942.401
95.77%1
D2,53fl.70
;~ :l~! ~~,..{t."L "';7'"
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!33,24S.:!.0
133,245.201
97.35%1
272.735.20
2n. 735,20 :
97,3~~~
'--->';~~ ·<'!'I..L":;;;~\ !j.: '", h::;:·::::>5i:::,~i"i.:,
136,867,60
100.00"1.
l07.05~9, LO
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100,00"1.1
25,785.50 I
70.94%
n.67a.J0
89.90%
.."
36.347.60 ,.",.!~, ,,:":'_'r..!:
100.00%
1~25,51-1.50 1
18.12%1
1,3H50 1
(J002%11
14.195.00 1
58.84%1
7.660, 50 1
59.()1%!
1_
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1
951,760.50
40.53%
1,717)52.60
7313%
1,717,352.601
73.13%1
2,166,86\.20
9227"/0
2,226,597.40
9481%
2,236,187.50
95.:!.2%
~J2850 ",.L:::·._.C:.lL:.""·C.~,.:i:_~i""J:.~.~."-,-,::j,.:~.::,."~,L(:."l:,"::'::"'::.:.,f..• ",.•:,_,
100.00%
23.596,20
97,82'%
7_660.50
59,61%
24.123.20., ''{\ .i:L·:~:,
100.00%
7,660,50
59.61%
7.660,50
59.()[%
11,749,50
91,42%
12.852.00
100.00%
14
"\shBritt, Inc=. Disaster Response & Recovery Divisions
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AshBritt, Inc. Current Pre-Event Contracts Detail Table
NOTE; nit, /011011.1118 rable fisa 0111' .rational pre-I'H'1iI ronlrocfJjim (I) lofijlh (1) posiJiol1$, pIlls shared cO//lrora and qualijiM velldors.
Clieat
Austin County
Ba)' County
Bellaire Beach. City
Bellaire Bluffs. City
Belleair Beach, City
Boca Raton. City
Bradenton Beach. City
Brazoria County
B=ria, City
Brevard County
Bridge City, City
Calhoun Cuunty
Casselberry, City
Charleston CQunty
Cha!haJn County
CinusCUlIIlty
Cle3IWa!er. City
Cocoa. City
Col1e!on County
Col1ierCQunty
Connecticut (State)
Cooper City. City
Coral Gables. City
Dania Bead!, ('ity
Dare CQunty
Davie. City
Deerfield Beach. City
Dc:!aware-GSS (Statel
[)elt(lna. City
Duck Shores, Town
Durham, City
East Bernard, City
Edis!o Beach, Town
Edna, City
Emporia. City
E§cambia County
Everylndes. City
FairfiLr. Cow1ly
Fairfax, City
FayeUevi11e. City
Flagler County
Florida OEM (EMG S!;mdby)
Florida FOOT Districi 5
Floyd County
G,u1'leSville. City
Galveston County
Galveston, Cit}'
GeoTYd:own County
Gulf County
H3I'I1ilton CQlInt)'
Hamp10n County
Harris County DOE
Hernando County
Highlands County
Hillsborough County
H=fead. City
Houston·Galves!on Area Council
Hypoluxo. Cit)'
Indian RQcks Beach. Cit}'
Indian Shores. City
Jocksoo County
Jamaica Beach. Cit)'
lefferson Cownty
leTt'S)' Village
Jeresy Village, City
Key Wes!, City
Kingsville. City
Lakeland, City
underhill. City
LetShurg. City
U,·e.-pooL City
Longbo:u Key, TO\~n
Lo,ahatchee Groves. Town
Lllmbenon, ('ity
\1anasa5S, City
~l;lf1atee County
~larathQn. City
.Vlarro Island. City
.Vlaf')la!e. City
:o.brion County
Manon. City
M:utin County
Maryland IXiS (Stale)
McAllen. City
Mi:\ffii Be;sch. City
Miami Gardens. City
Miami-Dade COllnty
AshBritt. Inc.
State
IX
Fl
Fe
Fl
Fl
Fl
Fe
TX
TX
Po~lIio11
Firsl
(II First
(II First
(II First
<I) First
(I) First
(I)
(~)SC("(md
DE
(I) First
Shared (I)
(I) Firs!
(1) First
(II first
(II First
(II Firs!
(II First
(J) Third
(I) First
(I) First
(1) First
(I) First
(I) First
(I) First
(I) First
/2) Second
Shared (1)
(1) First
QuaIVend
Fl
QwJV,""
NC
NC
TX
SC
TX
VA
(I) First
(I) First
(II First
(I) First
(I) First
(I) First
Qlli1IVend
Fe
TX
Fl
Fl
SC
GA
Fl
Fl
Fl
SC
Fl
CT
Fl
Fl
Fl
NC
Fl
Fl
Fl
Fl
VA
VA
NC
Fl
Fe
Fe
GA
Fe
TX
TX
SC
Fl
Fl
SC
IX
Fl
Fe
Fl
Fl
TX
Fl
Fe
Fl
Fl
IX
Fl
TX
IX
Fl
TX
Fe
Fl
Fe
IX
Fl
Fl
IX
VA
Fe
Fl
Fe
Fl
SC
SC
Fl
MD
TX
Fl
Fe
Fl
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Crowder/Ceres
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Multi
Multi
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(I) First
(II First
Shared (I)
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(I) Firs!
(I) First
(I) First
PI Third
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(t) Firsl
(I) First
QualVend
II) First
Shared (I>
QuaiVend
lHSecond
QualVend
(l)FiTS!
Qu.'lIVend
(2) Second
(I) Firs!
(IJ Firs!
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(I) Firs.
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05/31f10 Jim Clawson
04ll.VII Pete Cavalli
041"23/11 Robert David
04iBfll Pete Cavalli
05!27.'09 Iudi Ahem
07..-01114 Lt John Cosby
()..I./l111O Charles Crook
04111 f 10 Sgl.Tim Ocnsachek
12."0",,11 Euripides Rodriquez
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07125112 Phyllis Wallace
12112110 Eric J. Adams
08126/[0 Roben Marshall
OO108/10 Ken Frink
00106/12 David Powers
12IU.../II Mithael GiOlyis
09105/1.3 Susanne Gam
06114/11 D;m Rodriquez
06130/11 Paul Greco
08121/10 Jim Boman
03/10112 D;m Ke)'cs
07106/15 Leo Williams
0510411! Jenny Gray Jones
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06.05110 Carl Peters
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09130110 Buck Boettcher
09/05/1.3 Susanne Gan!
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11116110 KennethS. Ryals
(fl10711 0 Claudia Simmons
06IWII Dan Rodriquez
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(6/){J./10 Walter English
04129/1 0 Dale Iman
06130/10 Russ Wetherington
05lJIII1 DeniseRQberts
{)')/o5/11 Vickie Wyche
12/W12 Scotty Hancock
02104117 Fai!h Myers
08/06116 Ellio! Jennings
06/05/11 Charley Kelly
06123/13 Kyle Prufer
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0112611.3 Bill Nichols
0511611 t John Hollingshead
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121.31/11 Cheryl Mergo
06/21113 u-n Rubin
06,06112 De3n Scllarmen
06106112 Bonnie D00n3u
04/22111 Rodney Andreason
06.'Q5fll Charlie Kelly
06130111 Kirk Reams
09118112 Michael Brown
091]8,'12 Michael Brown
11/10112 PortiaNa\"31TO
01/17;13 Carlos Verena
03'31 . 11 Richard Liliyquist
10.'31.111 Chuck Fer.mda
0CI/24112 Jay Evans
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07;22111 Mike KineH
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Ash Britt,
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Disaster Response & Recovery Divisions
AshBr;ft, Inc. Current Pre-Event COlltracts Detail Table
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Monroe CmUl!y
M(,lllgomeTy·Crnmty
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North Miami Beach, City
North Miami, City
North Port. City
Oldsmar. C'ity
Onslow County
Opa Locka.. City
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Or.mlleCity. TX
Orange County
Orlando. City
Osc~."la County
D,·iedo. City
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Palm Bea~h G;mIcns, City
Palm Bead! School Distrit:t
I'almcllo&y. Village
Pasadena, City
Perquimans County
PineliasCoullty
PindlM Park, City
Pompano Beach. City
Prince William County
I'uuta Goro.. City
Queens Anne County
RetJington Shores, Town
Safety Harbor, City
Saluda County
Sanibel. City
Santa Ro:sa County
Sarasota County
Sealy. City
Sc,"inole. City
Sour l<lke, City
Sowl1 Pa&ldena. City
SOUlhem Shore;, Town
SI. Johns County
SI. Lu..:ie County
51. Lucie County (School District)
Stllan. City
SUmler County
Sumter, City
Slinsel Beach.. Towll
SurfSide. City
S"w~= County
Tdllal1;lJ,See, City
I amarnc. City
Tampa. City
Thomas County
Thunderbolt, Town
Treasure Island
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IVOI!l2 Judy G:u-ke
12/31 ilfl JOl1le Ardilles
ObI) 4111 Oan Mercer
Pellding Nancy Freeman
06130/11 Oavid Sludden
06120/11 lXlnna lUymQl1d
Wi01111 Mar\I. Cullios
02125111 MOllica Brnmble
08iO".JII Bob Cyr
03/31/11 Laura Junes
08/31111 Paul Johnson
08131111 Paul Johnson
08131111 PauIJohnson
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06130/13 James Schell
121}01l0 i\lIhea Pl"I11sd
06/28112 lautesha Morten
0110:!ll0 Ben Wt1li:lll1s
Dbl101IJ Mike Davis
07111111 An~la Wong
0028111 Helm Stokes
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(11;1116118 RoblnGreen
%125112 larvis Winslow
%;06/12 Sam P;nker
06123113 Randy Roberts
0&02111 Russell Kethcm
01/03113 Susan Stanley
Ofifl4/1O Slreree Hill
02128111 John COl1(lver
06106.'12 C:lS1!}' Wojci"k
06106/12 Charles Brewet
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061()4111 Gates Castle
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12131111 Krisl1~ Langt()n
06128111 Allan Godfrey
07/14111 LanySaurnge
06/28/11 Gary Andersr:)n
0613 It09 Dave Clark
{J5/OS/11 Joe Burell
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01/01111 Allen Lee
08114110 Dave Petas
02/26/11 Bobb~ Galloway
02126/11 Al Harris
08/28/11 Lmy Ctim
01;08116 Fernando Rodri1.,'uez
06130113 Kimberly Thomas
08101/11 Sheni Bryant
06127112 Keith Glatz
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07108/10 M. Twink Monahan
08109/11 Bob Thomson
06128/11 Charles Fanl
12131112 Tim Black
12/31112 Tim Black
12131112 Tim Black
02126112 Larry\lliller
06/0511 3 David Mart)'n
1)4123111 David Mart)'n
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04;O.jf13 Slev~ Geissler
04iOlil3 Ste\'e Coomer
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11130110 An~lilleMclnemy
01/31111 Michael Ma\'erick
0<)125110 Mitch Fluery
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07.U7 11O Carrie Woodell
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Financial Capacity Statemen t
Financial Stability & Resources
Financial stability is the hub of the disaster debris business wheel. It is the element that evel)'thing revolves around. It
is of paramount importance, but often overlooked by prospective clients and grantees, for disaster affected communities
to partner with firms who not only have debris management experience. but who have the resilient foundation and
working capital to support costly, large-scale operations. Financial liquidity and deep coffers are critical to recovel)'
success; access to immediate operational funds, and in many cases longer-term credit, is the lifeblood of response and
recovel)' endeavors that propels all positive activities forward toward getting the job done. It is surely prudent then that
communities partner with firms who possess a balance of response and recovery know-how and financial stability.
Ash Britt, Inc., as the following financial overview and supporting documentation will illustrate, is financially sound and
has the capital strength to adequately accommodate the increased cash-flow demands at the inception of and throughout
any scale disaster recovery mission. We possess the financial capacity and wherewithal to assume extensive and large
expenditures for prolonged periods (historically exceeding 150 days in some instances) before receiving any available,
eligible funds for our response and recovel)' services. This capability profoundly serves our clients by allowing the
response and recovery efforts to commence and progress without unnecessary delay. The rapidity and continuity with
which we are able to perform. in tum, alleviates the client's internal administrative burdens and political pressures,
amongst other immediate hardships. In other words. following any large-scale, wide-spread disaster event. the client's
resources. infrastructure, processes, and even collective psyche may become overwhelmed. Reliable financial support
and sound management and judgment at this time are vital to curing this paralyzed state, creating a recovery framework
and bridging the gap between upheaval and normalcy
Ash Britt is a proven nation-wide disaster response and recovery partnering firm with unmatched financial resources,
human capital, technological capabilities and business references. Our historical record and our supporting financial
documentation should clearly validate these strengths. Moreover. our insurance policies and bonding capabilities at
present are unequaled in our industry, and we posses one of the most reputable records for ensuring that all of our
employees, subcontractors. consultants and independent contractors are paid expeditiously and in full. We cover in our
proposal some of the protocols and procedures to which we follow and comply to ensure that all of our personnel and
subcontractors are paid accurately and fully.
A casual examination of the disaster debris management industry and the myriad firms purporting to deliver these
services, will quickly uncover much anecdotal and real evidence of unscrupulous behavior with respects to prime
contractors (and subcontractors with tiered subs under them) not paying fully or not paying at all or excessively
delaying payments, as well as a host of other undesirable business practices. Although there is recourse for many of
these activities, clients should be made well aware that the perpetrating of these actions during any effort, at a
minimum, creates project disruptions and delays and unnecessary aggravation for clients. We simply have zero
tolerance for this way of conducting business and, as such, we and our clients have enjoyed the benefits of doing it
"right" and the upstanding reputation that follows. As one testament to our values, we have never had a Payment Bond
, called for neglect of our financial responsibilities; nor have we had a Performance Bond called for that matter.
More specifically on financing considerations, our billing terms our typically net 30 or 45 days, yet as we have alluded
to we have and are able to "float" or "'underwrite" funds as necessary to keep any project progressing and on track to
serve the best interest of our clients and the communities at-large. With our own capital reserves and our significant line
of credit, as well as the ability to draw on a deep well of resources from some of our long-standing business partners, we
are able to maintain and finance full operational capability of multiple, large, and extended projects. Our ability to
ramp-up and maintain a strong, steady workforce during the Katrina recovery mission in Louisiana and Mississippi is a
solid testament to our financial capabilities. Note, Ash Britt was able to sustain an operation that quickly skyrocketed
into the hundreds of millions. Most recently, we advanced approximately $50 million toward the recovery efforts in
coastal Texas communities owing to the destructive Hurricane Ike before we received our first payment.
FiD.n~ial
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Stability History & Overview
Solid financial position; ample operating cash.
AshBritt stands as one of the most financially sound in the disaster recovery industry.
$50 Million working capital line of credit.
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Underwrote $100 million for our USACE Katrina Mississippi contract.
Secured $100 million performance bond for Mississippi debris mission.
Insurance Capabilities (Zurich, AA-, A+ Rating)
Bonding Abilities (Safeco, AA, A I & A+ Rating)
Audited Financial Statements can be furnished upon request.
Corporate Structure Overview
AshBritt, Inc. is a Subchapter S Corporation, chartered in State of Florida in 1992. The stockholders and percentage of
ownership are as follows:
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Randal R. and Saily Perkins
John W. Noble, Jr.
•
Terrance M. Jackson
70.0%
20.0%
10.0%
This current ownership structure has been in place for over 10 years, although John W. Noble's interest in the firm was
recently increased from 10 to 20 percent.
State of Texas: Foreign Corporation (For-Profit)
Nature of Activities: General Contracting (Disaster Recovery Services)
Date of Incorporation: 10/28/1992
FIN: 65-0364711
Corp. Certification No.: P92000000600 (Exp. 12/31109)
Qualified Business License No.: QB26117 (Exp. 8131110)
Florida GC License No.: CGC060313 (Exp. 8131110)
DUNS No.: 848970893
Pompano Beach OC License: 07-00043182
TX Taxpayer No.: 1650364711
TX File No.: 080101381
U.S. DOT No.: 568535
CAGE No.: 00Z46
AshBritt, as a private corporation, is primarily capitalized by retained equity holdings and corporate lines of credit, as
well as other private funding sources and outside business ventures.
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Proximity & Response Statement
Ash Britt's corporate headquarters are Io.cated in Pompano Beach, Florida. Although not in the immediate proximity of
the Pasadena. Texas, as previously identified, we maintain a representative satellite office in Dickinson, Texas and we
hold pre-deployment commitments and teaming agreements for emergency debris clearance and disaster recovery
services with first-rate disaster response and recovery subcontractors and service finns across the nation-many of
whom reside in coastal Texas communities. This allows us to strategically mobilize resources wherever and whenever a
disaster may strike. This should be evident when reviewing our long list of recovery experience. Further, we have
successfully proven we are able to respond expeditiously and in full force to the region following catastrophic events.
For all intents and purposes, AshBritt is modeled as a virtual mobile workforce and operation, with the ability to
respond to any disaster within hours. For predictable events, we mobilize our own resources well in advance, safely
outside the projected impact area. This allows for an immediate convergence to the affected area and ensures that that
proper management structure is established and that emergency debris clearance operations commence effectively
without delay.
As discussed, we also maintain several state-of-the-art Mobile Command Centers (coach buses) which we may deploy
well prior to known event strikes. Further, with our myriad strategic partnerships with subcontractors in Texas,
Oklahoma, Louisiana, Missouri, Tennessee, Mississippi, Florida, Georgia, South Carolina, North Carolina, Virginia,
Ohio and Pennsylvania, as well as subcontractors in many western and other northern states who are quick to mobilize
upon notice. Although these contractors are often vital to response and recovery efforts, they lack the financial standing,
management depth and technical experience of a prime contractor, but they have proven indispensible in ensuring our
recovery projects are completed professionally and cost-effectively.
Basically, AshBritt has the experience and ability to mobilize and muster substantial numbers of personnel. equipment
and resources to distant and remote locations, while perfonning at high levels of competency under tight deadlines and
for extended periods of times. Our personnel and crews are trained and accustomed to working extended hours, seven
days per week for months on end, and typically under less than ideal working conditions.
These are a unique set of abilities and characteristics that are common to long-standing disaster response contractors;
familiarity with the modus operandi of response and recovery missions, regardless of the specific recovery roles (Le.,
management, field personnel, or subcontracting crews and equipment operators) serves greatly toward swift. safe and
effective cleanups in any community, especially those not accustomed to a high frequency of disaster events.
It is important to note with respects to emergency debris clearance that successful "'push" operations entail far more than
just having access to equipment and manpower. An established, methodical plan is crucial for the efficient, safe and
expeditious clearance of debris. AshBritt has extensive experience with the management function of this important
phase of a recovery. Drawing on this experience, we are able to ramp up recovery activities and dovetail these
functions seamlessly and effectively.
2\
Pre-event Planning Statement
Planning for disaster response and recovery cannot be overstated, as the City is surely aware; it is paramount to the
success of any recovery mission. As a value-added service, Ash Britt will encourage Pasadena representatives to partake
in our sponsored annual pre-event planning and training. We, and ultimately the City, benefit from being able to
continue lay a solid foundation for future recovery efforts. We are also able to continue to develop, and is the case with
the City further improve, our professional relationship and rapport with key members of the current designated
emergency operations staff.
These planning and training sessions allow us to address selections and evaluations for preliminary TDSR sites and
formulation of or updates to debris collection zone maps and primary road clearance routes, as well as designation of
critical facilities. We can also review our GIS collection ·tracking system, while indoctrinating City staff andlor assigned
representative. Customization and fine-tuning of the system can also be accomplished at this time. Further, we can
research and coordinate more definitely 'Iocal subcontractor participatio'n. Special considerations such as environmental
planning and mitigation concerns, hazardous household waste and hazardous materials handling and disposition, as well
as other ancillary services that may be needed, as outlined above, can also be addressed.
A more detailed statement regarding our training program is included on the following page. AshBritt is very proactive
about our involvement in Qur client communities during our off-season. We believe the better we know our clients and
their concerns, the better we can serve them following disaster events.
Debris Mallagement Site Selection, Planning, and Testing
AshBritt strongly desires to participate in the review and selection of potential temporary debris management sites
(DMSrrDSRS) with clients whenever possible. The FEMA 325 Debris Management Guide discusses the identification
of debris management sites as such:
"The planning staffsholild consider public lallds first ill order to avoid costly land leases. Existing disposal or
recycling facilities that are in close proximity to the disaster area are ideal locations for DMS. Nearby landfill
and recycling center capacities need 10 be evaluated for site feasibility. Applicant-owned sites that will nof
require extensive repair costs, such as parks, vacant lots, or sports fields, should be considered as well. Stale~
to-state or [ cormty/city-to-collnt/cityj agreements may present possible solutions for public land lise. "
Based on these guidance and suggestions, a collaborative process of identification, review and on~site inspection of
potential OMS is mutually beneficial to AshBritt and the City. [t can preclude potential operational and liability issues
that can develop, it can ensure fast-track mobilization, response and production ramp-up in the event of a disaster, and it
can aid in a more expeditious, efficient and cost-effective recovery.
We use established operating selection criteria for determining DMS viability and practicability. The following page
contains an example of our Debris Site Evaluation Worksheet, which is a first step planning tool in collecting site data
and determining site viability. Logistical, environmental and geographical considerations, as discussed in greater detail
herein, are carefully evaluated during the assessment of all temporary debris management sites.
Members of our operations staff will meet with City representatives to discuss and evaluate pre-identified sites.
Furthennore, we will use this tool to evaluate the feasibility of additional sites, as may be required. We can assist the
City in securing additional sites if tasked or if we deem necessary owing to the extent of damage and debris volumes.
AshBritt has a remarkable track record of constructing and managing a multitude of diverse sites, both large and small,
with minimal environmental impacts.
ArealSectorlZone 111aps & Emergency Routes
AshBritt can assist the City in preparing preliminary area and sector maps for debris clearance zones, as well as assist
with the creation or review emergency clearance route maps. Such maps are often critical to efficient initial damage
assessment activities and debris quantity estimations. Typically, preliminary base maps are adjusted after events to
ensure the proper allocation of resources to priority areas with the greatest damages and needs. It is highly encouraged
to generate initial planning maps well in advance of events.
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Training Statement & References
Ash Britt staff conducts annual on-site classroom training and table-top exercises for all of our clients that wish to
participate. This training generally occurs between the months of January and June, but ad hoc sessions may be
arranged if immediate needs arise. Our sessions are generally 6 to 8 hours in length with appropriate time for relevant
discussion, questions and answers. Last year we conducted a '"Table-Top" Exercise to allow our clients to actively
participate and role play under an actual event scenario (Operation Hurricane Ashley). We intend on continuing our
table-top approach for 2010 with an expanded program, which will either be more specific or more general depending
on past client participation and expected needs.
Generally, our training is current and topical, and carefully addresses the current state of FEMA guidance and policy
with respects to the federal PubUc Assistance Program. as well as the current environment of other emergency relief
programs. We largely customize the training to meet the needs or our clients, and it is always lauded as thorough,
informative and entertaining. We are proud of our efforts in delivering this service, as many of our competitors falsely
claim to offer this valuable service. A general survey of all disaster response clients will show that AshBritt has the best
reputation in the industry for delivering this vital preparation and pre-planning.
Some of key points that may be covered during the training include:
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Review of potential disaster threats.
Congressional actions in review and pertinent
pending legislation.
Current debris management environment.
The Public Assistance Program and new FEMA
guidance.
Relationships of and for local government.
Our Disaster Recovery Team
(local and federal government, technical assistance
contractor, debris contractor).
Roles and responsibilities of client key staff
members.
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Local government/agency/organization
preparedness.
Required and recommended elected body
resolutions.
Local government actions - management,
administration, finance.
Recovery meetings - applicants briefing. kick-off
meeting, timelines.
The Office oflnspector General, audits, final
inspections and closeouts.
Benefits of action vs. reaction.
Following is a partial list of government clients and select participants to whom we've delivered formal technical
training over the past few years. Please feel free to contact any of them for a review of our training .
Select TraInee ReferenCes'
.
Municipality
Nania.
TIU.
Contact Number
Email
Boca Raton
Judy Ahern
Operations ManaQer
561-416-3384
941-708-6300
321-637-6670
843-549-5632
954-434-2300
954-924-3741
954-797-1023
954-480-4454
919-560-4326
706-291-5110
843-458-5144
941-708-5800
305-297-9337
361-595-8002
941-792-8811
904-548-4980
[email protected]·raton.fl.us
Bradenton
Steve Sibert
Engineering
Brevard County
Bob Lay
Director
Colleton Count y-,- SC
Coooer City
Suzanne Ganl
Director
Carl Miller
Public Works Di rector
Dania Beach
Connie Falzone
Admin. Coordinator
Davie
Russell Muniz
Town Clerk
Deerfield Beach
Mamie Rosen
Asst. Recycling Spec.
Durham NC
Tom Ayres
Public Works Director
Floyd County. GA
Scotty Hancock
EMC
Geor~town Co. SC
Ray Funny.
Public Works Director
Holmes Beach
Josep.tJ Duennes
Public Works
Homestead
Ernest Donaldso n
Solid Waste
Kinasville, TX
Carlos Verena
City Manaaer
Manatee Countv
Sue Ciccione
Solid Waste Coord.
Nassau County..
Ben ~illers
Emeraenc
Plantation
Frank DeCelles
Public Works Director
Mom!.
St. LUCie County
Kyle Croce
Sr. Project Engineer
Sunrise
Michael Pulver
Internal Audi tor
Wharton, TX
Jim Cooper
EMC
954-452-2537
772-462-2153
954-746-3315
979- 532-4811
steve. 5i [email protected]
bob [email protected]
coceoatCilcolletoncoun tV.ora
cmilierOCilcoooercitvfl.orQ
[email protected]·beach.fI.us
russell [email protected]
[email protected]·beach.com
Thomas.~ yers~durhamnc. 99V
hancock~flo~counjyga.oJ!l
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_PJlblicworks®holmesbeachfl.or.fL
E.J. Donald citvofhomestead. com
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citvm anaae rtCilcitvofkinQs ville .com
sue. ciccioneal!co.m anatee .fl. us
bspillersal!na s saucou ntvfl. com
[email protected]!antation.org
[email protected]~tlucjeco.gov
m~l,[email protected]:ityofsunrise.org_
[email protected]:jtyofwharton.com
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Debris Information & Documentation Tracking
AshBritt is the industry leader in employing technologies to streamline the planning, logistical and administrative
requirements of a disaster recovery. Technology, along with a savvy staff, enhances productivity and increases
efficiency. These lead to faster, more thorough cleanups and more accurate and timely information reporting. The
administrative burdens are lessened and state and federal grant reimbursements are expedited. At the forefront of our
technology resources is our proprietary Debn's Infomla/ion Management System (DIMS). After a disaster, accurate
real-time information is crucial to recovery success. DIMS facilitates communication and information exchange during
and after an event recovery by allowing us to instantly share critical project information across the internet. It also
serves as an electronic repository for all critical project documentation and, most importantly through its built-in quality
control modules; it helps ensure maximum compliance with FEMA documentation and reporting standards,
Specifically, DIMS is a web-based database application that tracks the daily, weekly, and monthly "evolution" of a
response and recovery project. [t allows us and our clients, through the DIMS Client Editioll, to track and analyze data
culled from debris load tickets, truck certifications and incident reports, amongst others, DIMS is a modular tracking
system in that it segregates and organizes data by clients, jobs and all unit and hourly services, minimizing confusion
and inaccuracies. In this manner, DIMS is able to generate detailed management reports and useful charts and graphs.
These then assist us and our clients in monitoring mission perfonnance and progress, in informing local elected officials
and the public, in ensuring accuracy to lessen project modifications and appeals, and in facilitating the invoicing
process, reconciliations and audits. Each day during a recovery, debris load tickets, as well as other important tracking
documents, are collected, organized, then scanned, keyed and stored in the system, This infonnation is published
immediately to the web and is accessible from any computer with online access, Our servers are located in multiple
locations and our backed-up under rigorous protocols to ensure zero data losses.
DIMS is user friendly and integrates well with other programs, such as Microsoft Excel and Access. From this
integration, faster processes and more advanced or specific analyses can be conducted, M9re wide-spread data sharing
is also pennitted. An example of effective integration that increases overall job productivity is the coupling of DIMS
with our suite of proprietary electronic subcontractor invoices (eSublnvs), We allow all of our subs, with the
capabilities, to use these files free of charge, It increases both their and our billing accuracy and, integrated with DIMS,
serves as a first level audit action~ greatly streamlining the administrative process throughout any project. In order to
more accurately and efficiently process and reconcile subcontractor services and transactions, DIMS has a
Subcontractor Audit System (SAS) module. This module is a final level "audit step that tracks all subcontractor
activities, including equipment, services performed, payables, damage claims, back charges, etc, The SAS serves to
ensure all subcontractors employed by AshBritt are paid accurately and closed-out efficiently. As such, it ultimately.
serves as a vital audit trail for proper project billing.
Unlike dealing with paper trails, searching load tickets and hauling vehicles is efficient and can be done with an array of
filters to specifically target infonnation. Subcontractor and contact information is also easily accessible. Our web-based
subcontractor portal is tied seamlessly to DIMS minimizing duplication of effort, Additionally, DIMS tracks property
damages and other deficiencies caused by subcontractors. This allows us to expeditiously handle and rectify such
matters, lessening the burden of resident complaints and inquiries, freeing up valuable phone lines and, in effect,
controlling public sentiment with regards to the cleanup progress and quality of service. Moreover, DIMS seamlessly
tracks all services and geographies. For instance, local roads and FHWA roads can be imported into the system to
ensure the proper documentation and reporting segregation of debris within any jurisdiction. Sections, load origins and
destinations are tracked, Also, hazardous stumps, leaning trees, hanging limbs, white goods, right-of-entries and
hazardous materials are separately tracked.
Generating the myriad reports of DIMS is simple. Some examples of these are:
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Debris Right-of -Way (ROW) Report
Debris ROW FHW A Report
White Goods Report
Debris Site Management Report
Debris Processing-Grinding/Burning
TDSRS to Disposal Site by MulchJC&D
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Disposal Trucks Hauling Report
Stumps by Category Report
Stumps by Diameter to CYD Report
Subcontractor Detail Report
ROE Unit/Hourly Summary Report
Quality ControllAssurance Reports
We are always willing to arrange an on-site demonstration of the value of this advanced tracking and reporting system.
We also have more extensive documentation, which can be supplied upon request; select samples are included in the
following Section. This documentation and samples clearly illustrates the power and versatility of this valuable tool.
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Project Invoicing & Billing Overview
With AshBritt's extensive past experience and advanced debris tracking systems, we can ensure streamlined and
accurate reporting and invoicing which adheres strictly to established FEMA guidelines and audit acceptability
standards. We can accommodate weekly or bi-weekly billing cycles that are preceded by pre-invoice data
reconciliations. This process encompasses both unit and hourly services. OUT streamlined processes, which have been
field tested over the past five years, have become our standard operating procedure and are now conducted for all
invoice submittals. As we separately track recovery service data through DIMS and through other field reporting, all
costs we invoice are segregated accordingly and clearly delineated on all invoices. All other salient information is
clearly identified on invoices, and applicable backup is attached in a clear and concise fashion. This procedure increases
both invoice clarity and accuracy. Our current goal for unit work is to submit pre-invoice reconciliation data with less
than a five percent load ticketireporting error exceptions (i.e., questionable andlor challenged loads or reporting). Our
procedures significantly expedite client processing, audits and grant reimbursements.
Given the flexibility afforded us by our real-time data processing and analysis, we are also open to any process
suggestions by our clients. Our processes are extremely adaptable and flexible, so we can accommodate any specific
billing procedures or systems. Additionally, for invoice processing, all pass-through charges if applicable will be
consolidated and summarized by like categories and submitted to the City (or contracted agent) accordingly. All
applicable backup for all invoices will be included for ease of review and to facilitate timely reimbursement. A
simplified diagram and overview of our invoicing, reporting and documentation management procedures follows.
In support of accurate accounting and reporting on a field level, we use a number of manual reports and logs, which are
subject to a tiered approval process. OUf Project Manger, in the end, is required to endorse all documents that commit
funds. Hourly Eq[tipment Logs and Time Sheets are used during the emergency debris clearance phase. These are multipart forms which are distributed to applicable parties. In addition to completed Tmck Measllrement Records and Load
Haul Tickets, which are scanned and stored in our database, manual Tnlck Measurement and Tmck Load Call logs are
maintained. Moreover, QAIQC Deficiency Reports and other safety reports and logs are kept. All reports are collected
and compiled by field supervisors and managers and routed daily to our central processing office, where our Project
Manger reviews as necessary. Ultimately. a process is established to collect all the documentation needed to validate the
location, time, type, length. and quantity of services conducted.
Per any City (or contracted agent) guidance and instruction, AshBritt will submit all project invoices with all applicable
backup and supporting documentation as required for validation of their correctness. Ash Britt will include as backup for
all billing periods hard copies of the actual debris load tickets, hard copies of all landfill weight tickets (as applicable),
hard copies of the all data in an Excel spreadsheet format, and electronic files ofthe Excel spreadsheet in an acceptable
format to the City. AshBritt recognizes that payments will not be made based off of incorrect invoices; however, if our
pre-invoice data reconciliation process is foHowed. all invoices should be fast-tracked for approval and payment. If a
submitted invoice is erroneous, AshBritt will correct all errors and submit a revised invoice for payment. AshBritt wi 11
not bill for any debris collected in areas located outside of the City, nor any ineligible debris (if deemed such). We will
never willfully bill for unknown duplicate tickets either.
Our backup data and Excel spreadsheet will include, at a minimum and as applicable, the following for each load
collected:
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Date and Time of Load
Street Name, Zone and Area
Debris Hauler Name (Subcontractor)
Truck Number (Certs, as necessary)
Certified Truck Capacity (in CY)
Certs and Truck Record Logs
FEMA Approved Cubic Yardage of debris
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disposed (if applicable)
Corresponding Invoice Number
Ticket Number
Landfill Disposal Ticket Number (if applicable)
Landfill Disposal Weight (if applicable)
Disposal Type, (i.e. Landfill, Incineration)
Hardcopies of the backup data spreadsheets accompanying all invoices will contain data and information pertaining
only to the submitted applicable invoice. The spreadsheet included with each invoice will depict one sheet with data and
information pertaining only to the invoice being submitted and a second sheet, which summarizes all data and
information from the project to date (Le., a cumulative total). Furthermore, any additional data and infonnation in any
required format for which the City may request, will be supplied. Sample project invoices are included in the following
Section; however, AshBritt will be happy to lurther review our billing protocols and supply further samples of project
billing invoices and records upon request.
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Price Proposal
AshBntt, Inc.
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Pasadena, TX
I H·GAC EUSR
Date: 6/1712010
H-GAC Standard Pricing Worksheet
End User: City of Pasadena, TX
SCHEDULE 1 - UNIT RATE PRICE SCHEDULE
To be Completed By
Vendor 'f
13.
Eligible Animal Carcass Remo val and Disposal
WoJ1( consists of the removal of eligible animal carcasses in areas identified and approved by the applicant and
subsequently transponed to an approved staging area.jc
14,
To be Completed By
End User .,
$ Per Unit
,
Estimated Units
Total
100 S
175.00
17,500.(10
ROW White Goods Debris Removal (Collect & Haul)
Wor!< consists of all laber, equipment. fUel, and associated costs necessary for removal, transportation, and disposal $ Per Unit
of eligible Wllite Goods._/d
,
Estimated CV.
Total
100 •
65.00
6,500.00
15.
$ Per Unit
,
Total
Estimated CV
65.00
$
Total Price in words:
T_ Million Four Hundfftd 51
Four Thouund FiJI. Hundrlld NI""
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DoII~s
iUld Fi
C,nt,
1,625.00
25 •
2.464.592.50
>AshBritt, Inc.
Not••;
s. Rate f.,.. transport of dthrls 0 to 20 miles to TDSRS or 10 final disposal ~lIe.
b. Rate fO( land-hased removal 01 vessel up 10 2~'. See sUpplemental SchedUles 28 and 3 1« Inco-ernenlat vessel rem<>val rates by linear fOOl.
c. Plea.e ton&ider altemple rale 01 52.90 p ... pound per carr::au. o"';ng 10 the ~lenti8118fge deviation. 01 animallhird S128S. Assumption IIlr Item 13 is made of average 60 lb. dog.
d. Rate quot~d is p ... un~ lor wh~e good and Freon removal hased on past performentQ iIIld industry standards.
'Plene lOfer to !he aNacJled Supplmental Fee Schedules 2a-3, A_K lor hourly and opllonal se .... iee lees.
Ancillary Seryices- (See Allached Scbedules 2a.b 1 A·K)
Emergency Road Clearance
Right of Way (ROW) Vegetative Debris Removal
ROW Construction and Demolition DebrIs Removal
Temporary Debris Storage and Reduction Sites
Haul-Out of Reduced Debris to Final Disposal Site
Removal of Hazardous Leaning Trees and Hanging limbs
Removal of Hazardous Stumps
Emergency Power Generation
AsnBritt, Ina.
I Pasadena, TX J H-GAC EUSR
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Unit Price Schedule: Emergency Disaster Assistance Recovery
SupplmcntallAnciliary Service Fcc Schedules: Pasadena, Texas (H-GAC-EUSA)
cOllsisls ofrelllMal o/lallingor leanillg
",""h"o.<',;, .. ""·/io''''/I./,, HOlfwit" placement a/debris 011 ROW Jor collecJiOIl alld halll-qtf.
ID'o"',,/,, ,,(,id,mi/led trees Illeaswwl nt2/eet.ti·ollJ base. All trees ml/sf be meamred CInd pre-appl'ol!f!d
mllhorilies. Price/or removal qlparlia/~I' uprooted fermer iI/elI/des excavating toot
a"d p,/"",,,., 0'" ROW. Price/or split leallf!r includes.llrls/r crlttillg tire tree inlllle. Scope a/sO ineludes
I"''''''"'''g/'"''g',og limbs or pal'tiaf(v brokel' limbsji'om frees 011 ROW ()I" limbs luwgillg over ROW alld
I'{!srlftmrf debris Oil the ROWjor luwl-q/J
dump at DMS/FDS [recycler] with
removal
[recycler]
may reqrlire Ulliqllf! considerations' respecis to scope
additional e.lJol'/. As silcli, (1./ Ihe disc/'etiOIl oftire ASSQC rwd AshBrit/jiwfher
case by case basis.
AshBritt, Inc.
Schedule 1-Unit Prices (TX)
Personnel, Equipment and Materials (Emergency Push/Misc. Services) Price Schedule
SupplmentallAnciliary Service Fee Schedules: Pasadena, Texas (H-GAC-EUSA)
H05:
H051
IH05
!l051L
H059
H060
H061
H062
H063
H064
H065
H066
. H06'
H06i
06'
H073
H074
H075
H076
IH077
[H078
IH079_
IH080_
IH08:
IH082
IH083
IH084
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IH086
He 17
HO 18
HO 19
HO 10
H09
H092
H093
!l()94
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H096
H097
H098
IH099
IHIOO
IHIOI
IH 102
IH I03
IHI17
IH II :
'HI I'
'HI21
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Winch
L()~
dder
Waste (
Rear Loader Truck
T,
Cra~ fruck_
Power Screen
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(,
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Dump Truck
Dump Truck
Dump Truck
Dump Truck (Trailer Dump wi
Dump Truck (Trailer Dump wi
Dump True (Trailer Dump wi
Jump True (Trailer Dump wi'
Dump True (Trai ler Dump wi raclor
Pickup Truck
Pickup Truck
Pickup Truck
Box Truck
Utility Van
'Van
rCar
Trailer
Trail~
Flatbed Trailer (40 f\)
Mobile Fleet Repair
Proiect'
Safety
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;(45.00
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Hour
S275.00
N/A
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U13.00
N/A
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$27.00
151015CY
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125 to 34 C
135t044C
145 to 54
155 to 64
165 to 74 ;Y
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100CY
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19
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120 Foot
!30 Foot
GWV to 450
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$ 15.
$120.
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$
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$75.00
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$70.00
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'Hour
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:5.
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$45.)0
Hour
$32.
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$30.00
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Hour
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Hour
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, Draft
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40'
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33' Fast Barge with Winch
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IDay
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Day
Day
Day
Day
Day
IDay
Day
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Climb"rwith Gear
L
,with
,'Tools
Laborer with Tools
Tramc Control
Ticket Writers
Survey
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Project
Truck Driver
A,
Clerical
Hour
Hour
Hour
Hour
Hour
Hour
Hour
I Hour
IHour
:rew ofl
'With 2 man Crew
I Crew of2
Day
Day
Day
$6,300.00
$7,000.00
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Schedule 2a-Hr-Oth
First Response (Emergency Road Clearance-"First Push") Anticipated Crew MakeupJa
Sllpplmt'nlaI!Anrillar~'
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Service Fee Schedules: PaslIdena. Texlls (l1·C;AC·EUSA)
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5222501
5497.501
apply (nC'gO(iable ill time ofNTP).
Notes:
*Hourly rate for other equipment that may be required to follow Schedule 2a-Supp Hourly Rates.
il. Comprehensive list of rates follow in Schedule 2a: presented as guideline for tOlill hourly "push" rate.
b. Potential minimum crew cOinposition. with skidsteerlbobcat (may vary).
c, Polential minimum crew composition. with whed loader (2-3 cy) (may vary).
d. Potential ma.'(itnutn crew compostion (may vary).
AshBritt. Inc.
Schedule 2b-Push Crew
Emergency Drinking Water, Ice Supply & Supplemental Foods Price Schedules
Supplmeptal/AncilIary SE'f\'ice Fee Schedules: Pasadena, Teus (H-GAC.EUSA)
Drillkllrg Water
135 CaSes/Pallet
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Note:
Prices are FO.B. Miami. Fl or West Palm Beach. FL
Ice & ReejerlRejrigcralion Con/a;,ler Supply
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Stipp/mental Food Source.v (MRE)
No.
EMOI
Description
Unit
I. :vIeals Ready to Eat{MRE Re~'1llar):
Per meal
(80z Entree "'Healer Element-72/Cllsel
2. Meals Ready to Eat (MRE De Luxe):
Per meal
(80:; ~n~~ ~ prink•.' Frug ~!1P ':H~~ter Elem!!nl~I_2/t;'a.s~1
EM02
I. Sun Meadow Hot Meal (Entree wI heater):
2. S.un Mea~o:,?, l-!~tM_ell~.~a~~. (~~a! ki.ts):
3. Sun Meadow ]-meol Pack:
EM03
EM04
EM05
One meal
On\': meal
. Pe~ pack
Price
$
$
,
$
$
7.28
13.25
6.60
IO·2L
8.75
Prlrluble ToUersIHandl1'il.\·hlng Stu"on.!
Unit
Price
No.
IDe~criplion
EPHOI
Mobile Toilet Unit i1 Stool)
Per week
$ 8.875.00
Note: Mobili=ariol1llnsw/larion at aClI/o{ cost pIlls] 3%. Handu'ash simions inclllded.
G~neral
Notes:
Trucking and storing of above listed food items shall be invoiced at actual cost plus 2]% mark up.
I. A s ice and water represent scarce commodities following a stonn event. specific tenns and conditions shall be included
2. Prices are v~Jid for an ~nnual teml. at which time prices require renegotialion.
3. Ice supply subject to availability. Every etTort will be made 10 deliver packaged ice in the quantities specified and to the
Product Standards: fce prOvided under this conlraet shall be:
( I) manufactured wilhin rto more than 120 calendar days of the date of delivery:
(2) rube or crushed ice (block or ~haved ice is not used):
(3) manufactured in compliance with the Food and Drug Administration (FDA)
Good Manufacturing Practices (GMP) 01'21 C.F.R. 110. the International Pl'lckaged Ice Association (]PIA) standard~:
(4\ manufactured by ice plants that use source water from a public water supply which is currently in compliance with the
15) produced. paciaged. transported. storei and handled in accordance with all applicable Federal, state nnd local laws and
Packaging: lee shall be seakd in 5 to 20 pound plastic bags and stacked on pallets. Each pallet shall contain 2.000 pounds.
nel weight. of ice. A protective layer (slip shee!) of thick paper. plastic (6 mil) or waterproof conugated cardboard shall be
~ot~:
Fuel
~urch;lrge:;
AshSritt. tnc.
may appty (nq;otiabJ~ at time ofNTP).
Schedute A·Water, Ice. Food
Emergency Power Generation Rental Price Schedule
SupplmentaUAnciliary Service Fee Schedules: Pasadena, Texas (H-GAC-EUSA)
Rental Per Dav/Week
No.
Units (Gener.tor Size)
GOOI
25 kW Generator
G002
56 kW Generator
. - -------- G003
100 kW Generator
G004
175 kW Generator
G005
250 kW Generator
G006
320 kW Generator
G007
500 kW Generator
G008
800 k W Generator
1000 k W Generator
G009
GOIO
1500 kW Generator
*Additional equipment rates available upon request.
Per Day (24 hrs) Per Week
$
703.40 $
2.266.74
$
.1)]7.78_ $
.4,3?952
$
1,764.00 $
6,943.55
$
2,421.09 $
9,977.63
$
3,000.05 $
11,808.93
$
3,350.50 $
12,966.50
$
4,134.38 $
15,227.73
$
6,950.16 $
23,742.34
$
8,387.82 $
28,540.42
9,779.18 $
$
33,264.63
Notes:
I. Transportation and fuel charges not included.
2. Usage charge is calculated from "portal to portal".
3. Hookup/disconnnect, cables and distribution boxes not included.
4. Minimum usage charge of 4 days.
5. Includes service and maintenance.
6. Ciient agrees to start billing upon NTP regardless of signature on delivery at destination.
No.
G050
G051
Tails
Cables (400 amp) 50fl
No.
GIOO
GIOI
GI02
GI03
GI04
GIOS
GI06
GJ07
GIOS
GI09
GIIO
Gill
GIl2
GI13
Rental Per Month (Alternate Schedule)
Units (Generator Size)
15 KW
20 KW
25 KW
35 KW
40 KW
50 KW
60 KW
75 KW
100 KW
125 KW
150KW
250KW
500KW
1800 KW
Day
$
$
7.07
106.09
Week
$
$
14.15
176.81
Month
$
21.22
$ 530.44
Voltage Reqs I.
240
240
240
240
480/240
480/240
4801240
480/240
480/240
480/240
480
480
480
4S0
Per Month
$
5,582.50
$
8,325.27
$
8,678.25
$
9,977.45
$
11,474.58
$
13,195.00
$
16,574.95
$
19,061.70
$
26,577.78
$
30,566.73
35,149.45
$
$
45,203.03
$
.._-- - .. _- 5P2.1.45 .
$ 127,336.83
Notes:
a. Three (3) phase voltage requirements.
1. Transportation and fuel charges not included.
2. Usage charge is calculated from "portal to portal",
3. Hookup/disconnnect, cables and distribution boxes not included.
4. Includes service and maintenance.
Note: Fuel surcharges may apply (negotiable at time ofNTP).
AshBritt, Inc.
Schedule C-Generators
Emergency Satellite Telphone/Communication Services Price Schedule
SupplmentallAnclllllry Service Fee Schedules: Pasadena, Texas (II-GAC·EVSA)
Satellite Phone Service
No.
Description
Rate
Unit
SATOI
Per Satellite Phone
$21.00 Per Day
SAT02
Per Satellite Phone
$115.00 Per Week
SAT03
Per Satellite Phone
$400.00 Per Month
SAT04
Usage Cost, per phone
$2.50 Per minute
Note: 24n service. Vendor is GMPCS Personal Communications Outfitter Satellite, Jnc.
Carrier: Iridium. Iridium 950 series.
Satellite Internet Service
SeJ{Comailled Trailer Eqllipmetll
No.
Duration
Monthly Cost
INTOI
$5,405.24
3 month
INT02
6 month
$4,052.24
INT03
9 month
$2,699.24
INT04
12 month
$ I ,346.24
Bandwidth
No.
Service
INT20
Disaster Response
No.
INT21
Bandwitdth Service
Disaster Response
Monthly Cost
$2,231.10
Contention
Upload (Kbps)
10
Download (Mbps)
768
VolP lines
2
Users
61Ot020
Description of services:
Se!t:COlllailled trailer allto deploy
This unit was designed to be a self-contained mobile unit that is weatherized. This unit is ideal
mobility with rapid deployment. The rollowing equipment comes standard o-n each unit:
tor businesses that
need ultimate
4'x 6' enclosed trailer
9,000 walt electric start generator
Andrew Smart-Ad 3 watt 1.2 meter auto deploy satellite earth station
VSA T 3 100 intemet modem
Motorola HotZone Duo Mesh Wireless Router (MWR)
Universal power controller battery backup
Self-contained trailer mounted
This unit was designed to be a self-contained mobile unit that is weatherized. The following equipment comes standard on each
unit:
4'x ~4'x 6' enclosed trailer
9,00(9,000 wall electric start generator
Andl Andrew 4 wall 1.2 meter satellite dish
VSA VSAT 3 I 00 internel modem
Mot( Molorola HotZone Duo Mesh Wireless Router (MWR)
Univ Universal power controller battery backup
The rollowing services are available within the program:
Broadband Internet
Canopy Networks
VolP Telephone and Fax
Cell Phone Repeaters
Each satellite unit will be equipped to provide wireless broadband internet. The units are scalable so that additional wireless
access points can be added. Each unit will have sufficient b.mdwidth to easily support 15 concurrent internet users from the
base system. If necessary, additional units can be brought in to support a larger camp population.
Voice-over.internet protocol ("VolP") telephone and fax service will be available as an optional service with each satellite unit.
This service can handle one to eight voice lines per unit. Cell phone repeaters tor Nextt.':l and Cingular network$ are also
available as an optional item.
Note: Services subject to availability. Alternative configurations may be substituted.
AshBritt. Inc.
Schedule E-Sal Srcvs_Comm
Emergency Pumping Units Price Schedule
SupplmentallAnciliary Service Fee Schedules: Pasadena, Texas (H-GAC-EUSA)
No.
EPOOI
EP002
. - -EP003
EP004
EPOO5
EPOO6
EP007
EP008
EP009
Rental Per HouriDay (Basic Packag(!)
Description (Pump Size)
4" Trash Pump Package
~"Tr~sh _Puml'.Pa.ck~.ge._.
._-"
.
-
6" Hydraulic Pump with Power Pack
8" Hydraulic Pump with Power Pack
10" Hydraulic Pump with Power Pack
12" Hydraulic Pump with Power Pack Ib
12" Centrifugal Pump (up to 115 It total head) Ib
18" Centrifugal Pump (up to 200 ft total head) Ib
24" Axial Flow (up to 120 ft total head) Ib
Rate (Per Hour) la
Rate (Per Day)
90.75
$
1,089.05 $
$
$
137.90
1,654:85
•..
$
1,216.70 $
101.39
$
151.51
1,818.15 $
$
191.60
2,299.25 $
$
2,695.95 $
224.66
$
1,870.00 $
155.83
134.17
$
2,810.00 $
$
262.08
3,145.00 $
Notes:
1. Transportation, mobilization/demobilization charges not included (to be charged cost plus).
2. Includes suction and discharge hoses.
3. Includes installation, service and routine maintenance.
4. Pump watch services, as applicable, $910.00 per day per pump.
5. A minimum pump usage charge of 12 hours (day rate) will be effective upon official client Notice to Proceed,
Task Order, Purchase/Deployment Order or work area relocation request or other reasonably unecessary
interference (once delployed) whether pumps are operational or not (with the acception of routine maintenance
and/or pump or operator failure). Pump down time attributed to client relocation requests or cease oders to
accomodate some other activity will be a considered a billable hour.
6. Surplus pumps officially authorized for deployment by the client and not utilied will be subject to a minimum
usage charge.
a. Rate per day is effective rate per 12 hour period.
b. Ten (10) day minimum applies to pump services.
Note: Fuel surcharges may apply cost plus (negotiable a[ time ofNTP/Work Order, as applicable).
AshBri", Inc.
Schedule
G~Emerg
Pumps
Drying In, Decontamination, Mold Remediation, Restoration Price Schedule
SupplmentallAnciliary Service Fee Schedules: Pasadena, Texas (II-GAC-.EUSA)
CategoriesIDescriptions
REM 106
REM 107
REMI08
REMI09
REM itO
REMIII·
REMI12
REMI13
REMI14
REMI15
REMI16
REMI17
ButTer, Floor
Cart, Tilt/Demolition
Dolly.2-WhY4-WhVDrnvWhlbr
Electrical Dist. Panel (SEider Box)
Electrical Kit (Ext. Cord GFI, Su~e Protector
Extraction Unit (portable)
Extraction Unit (Trailer)
Filtration Unit
Fire Extinguishe
First Aid Klt
Floor Kit IMo[l:, Bucket. Broom. Rake, Scra[l:er, Wrecking Bar, Etc.)
REMI20 .. _L~g!!.~, P.o.~~~~._ . - - ._- -- _.
REMI21
Light. Stand
REMI22
Light, Stling
Mobile C'ommande Center
REMI23
REMI24
Negative Pressure Recorder
REMI25
Ozone Machine
Power Hand Tools {Sawzall, Circular Saw, Dlill etc.)
REMI26
REMI27
PumE, Small
REMI28
PumE, Flood
REMIPREMI38
REM 139
REMI40
REMI41
REMI42
REMI43
REMI44
REMI45
REMI46
Tn~~~~. P~_~-yp ___ .. ___ _
Truck. Water Extraction
Vacuum, (Wet/Dry)
Vacuum. HEPA
Van/Bus
Vent/Wall Cavity Drying Unit
Wall Kit (Ladder, Fall Protection. Knives, Etc.)
Washer, High Pressure (5.000 psi)
Washer. High Pressure (20,000 - 40,000 psi)
Washer. HOTSY
Each
Each
Each
E3ch
Each
Each
Each
Each
Each
Each
Each
539.00
$26.00
$6.00
$71.00
56.00
5162.00
5583.00
532.00
55.00
$3.00
516.00
54.00
E~~~ ._..
Each
Each
Each
Each
Each
Each
Each
Each
Each
Each
Each
Each
Each
Each
Each
Each
Each
Each
Each
$19.00
$13.00
$576.00
$65.00
$155.00
$13.00
$52.00
$175.00
$6.00
$259.00
$32.00
$97.00
5123.00
5453.00
$13.00
$227.00
TDB
5259.00
Notes:
I. Work perfonned utiliiing these rates shall be pertonned pursuant to the predefined Scope of Work being agreed to by both
parties and any applicable Change Order conttact modification being completed
2. Price. Work perfonned hereunder shall be priced as indicated in the AshBritt Rates. plus any applicable ta,:.es.
A. Ash Britt will invoice the customer weekly for services rendered in accordance with the AshBritt rates. Customer agrees to
make payment to Ash Britt within 15 days of invoice
B. The balance of AshBritt's tees and charges for the pelfonnance of the Scope of Work will be paid within)O days from the
('ustomer's receipt of the final invoice trom Ash6ritt
3. Invoicing and Payment. AshBritt shall submit to Customer itemized invoice(s) setting forth the total amounts due in
accordance with the Rate Schedule for services utilized in pertonnance of the Scope of Work. If payments are not received
timely, Customer 3grees to pay all costs of collections up to ;md including court costs, reasonable attorney's fees and interest
charges at the lesser of I) 1.5% per month. or2) the maximum lawful interest rate. No relainage will be withheld from
payments.
4. Overtime Rates. Customer agrees that overtime rates will be billed by Ash Britt and paid by rustomer based upon mtitlemer
ofempJoyee notwithstanding where initial 40 hours, or any part thereof, were worked by empbyees for AshBritt on other
projects.
5. Responsib~ity for Payment Customer agrees to rnake payment to Ash Britt for services rendered hereunder in the amounts
and on the tenos specified above, regardless of whether Customer is entitles to reimbursement for such costs from CustOIt~rs
or from some other person's oreotity's insurance canier or any other source.
AshBritt, 1m;.
Schedule H-Restore 8rvcs
Temporary Warebousing Price Scbedule
Supplmental/Anciliary Service Fee Schedules: Pasadena, Texas (H-GAC-EUSA)
Option I
Storage Containers
No.
Description
TWOOI 40' Conex
Box
--.- ._--- TW002 20' Conex Box
Rate
-
Unit
$3,150.00Per mont~
$2, I 00.00 Per month
Note: Transportation not included.
Option 2
Fabric Structures (Reinforced)
No.
TW003
TW004
Description
82' w x 98' I, 10' side, 23' peak Structure
$6,099.75 Per month (6 mo. min.)
TW005
No,
TW050
TW051
TW052
Rate
Unit
$14,283.99 First month
$13,224.96 Each additional month
Additional Accessories:
Gable vent fan
Manual roll-up door
Single personnel door
$5,811. 75 Per fan
$4,520.25 Per door
$2,324.70 Per door
Note:
1. Transportation and installation are additional. Structure ships on one tractor trailer and takes oneday for install of frame, fabric and lights.
2. Pricing is based on stnlcture size. Workable dimensions are customizable, so pricing will vary
depening on situational needs.
Ash8ritt. Inc.
Schedule I-TempWarehouse
Hazardous Materials EquipmentiMaterials Price Schedule
SupplmentaJlAnciliary Service Fee Schedules: Pasadena, Texas (H-GAC-EVSA)
No.
HZMOI
HZM02
HZM03
HZM04
HZM05
HZM06
HZM07
HZMOS
HZM09
HZMIO
HZMII
HZMI2
HZM13
HZMI4
HZMI5
HZMI6
HZMI7
HZMIS
HZMI9
HZM20
HZM21
HZM22
HZM23
HZM24
HZM25
HZM26
HZM27
HZM28
HZM29
HZM30
HZM31
HZM32
HZM33
HZM34
HZM35
HZM36
HZM37
HZM38
HZM39
HZM40
HZM41
HZM42
HZM43
HZM44
HZM45
HZM46
HZM47
HZM48
HZM49
HZM50
HZM51
HZM52
Description
250 gallion Poly Tank
Absorbant Boom -bags
Absorbant Pads - boxes
Air Compresor 185 efm
Air Compresor Small
Air sampling Vacuum Pump
Bladder Pump
Cement - Bags
Centrifugal Pump/Hoses
Chain saws
Coil Rope
Concrete Saw
Conductivity, ph, thennometer Set
Contaminated Material - total tons
Core Drill w. 6" bit
Data logger with Transducers
Disposable I micron Filter
Dissolved Oxygen Meter
Double Ring Infiltrometer
Drum Roller compactor
Electric Hand Tools (drill, saw, sander etc)
Explosimeter
Gas Chromatograph, portable
Ground Penertrating Radar
Hand Auger
Hand Tools per employee
Harbour Boom
High Pressure Steam Cleaner
Mini Excavator
Oil Water probe
OVA
Plate Compactor
Ponar Dredge sampler
Portable Light stand
Portable Sampler (Peristaltic pump)
Safety Equipment Level C
Safety Equipment Level 0
Sediment Sampler
Street Sweeper
Surveying Equipment
Teflon Bailer
Teflon Tubing
Traffic control Vests cones barriers etc
Turbidity Meter
Visqueen Rolls
Water level Indicator
Well and Well screens
v
Well Point Install
Well Point Rental
work boat w/o motor
YSI Meter/ Multi meter
Personal Protective Equip., Level A (Dupont RS562T)
AshBritt, Inc.
Unit
Day
Each
Each
Day
Day
Day
Day
Each
Day
Day
Each
Day
Day
Tons
Day
Day
Each
Day
Day
Hour
Ea/day
Day
Day
Day
Day
Day
ftJday
Day
Hour
Day
Day
Day
Day
Day
Day
Day
Day
Day
Day
Day
Day
Foot
Day
Day
Each
Day
Each
Each
Day
Day
Day
Per Unit
Rate
$111.00
$132.00
$138.00
$130.00
$63.00
$37.00
$99.00
$44.00
$6S.00
$7S.00
$37.00
$71.00
$30.00
Cost + 23%
$146.00
$18S.00
$26.00
$47.00
$86.00
$169.00
$16.00
$32.00
$49S.00
$1,039.80
$14.00
$32.00
$3.00
$193.00
$58.00
$50.00
$203.00
$127.00
$68.00
$63.00
$68.00
$78.00
$156.00
$40.00
$780.00
$58.00
$11.00
$4.00
$86.00
$42.00
$136.00
$48.00
Cost + 23%
Cost + 23%
Cost + 23%
$130.00
$130.00
$895.00
Schedule
K~HazMat
Equip
Hazardous Materials EquipmentiMaterials Price Schedule
SupplmentaliAnciliary Service Fee Schedules: Pasadena, Texas (H-GAC-EUSA)
No.
Description
HZMlO5
Level C Suit (Kappler Responder)
HZMlO6 Tyvek Coveralls (DuPont)
HZMI07 . Proshjeld (DuPont.NGI27~)
Saranex (DuPont SL127T)
HZMlOS
HZMlO9
Acid Suit
HZMIIO
Rain Suit
HZMIII
Neoprene Gloves, Pair
HZMI12
Nitrile Gloves, Pair
HZMI13
Silvershied Gloves
..
HZMI14
PVC Gloves
HZMI15
Cotton or Latex Gloves
HZMI16
Leather Work Gloves
PVC Boots (Haz Mat)
HZMI17
HZMIIS
Boot Covers
Hearing Protection
HZMI19
HZMI20
Detector Tubes
Ph Paper
HZMI21
HZMI22
Spill Classifier
HZMI23
Respirator Airline 50' Section
Respirator Cartridges
HZMI24
HZMI25
Handheld Radios
HZMI26 5"xI0' Absorbent Boom-Petroleum (CEP-WB5lO)
HZMI27 8"xI0' Absorbent Boom-Petroleum (CEP-WBSlO)
HZMI28
3"x 12' Absorbent Boom-Universal (CEP-HAZSOCIO)
HZMI29
Absorbent Pads Bundle-Petroleum (CEP-WPIOOH or equal)
HZM130 Absorbent Pads Bundle-Universal (CEP-OPPI5 or equal)
Oil Dry (CEP-FLAB50 or equal)
HZMI31
HZM132
Peat Moss (CEPEXSORB or equal)
Venniculite (CEP-VERM4 or equal)
HZM133
HZM134
Soda Ash Bag (CEP-SODASH or equal)
4 mil 20xlOO polyethlene (4 mil)
HZM135
HZMI36 6 mill0xl00 polyethlene (6 mil)
HZMI37 6 mil bags (6 mil)
Duct Tape (N/A)
HZMI38
HZMI39 55 Gallon Drum Overoak (CEP-1230YE or equal)
55 Gallon Drum Liners (lO mil)
HZMI40
HZMI41
Fiber Drums (55 gallon)
HZMI42 30 Gallon Overpak (CEP-1230YE or equal)
HZMI43 95 Gallon Overpak (CEP-1237YE or equal)
DOT Hazardous Waste Lable, (DOT)
HZMI44
Fire Extinguisher
HZMI45
HZMI46
Caution/Hazard Tape
HZMI47
Respirator Wipes
HZMI48
ChemT~, 10' roll (Ka.JJPler)
Unit
..
Rate
Each
Each
Each
Each
Each
Each
Pair
Pair
Pair
.. -- Pair
Pair
Pair
Pair
Pair
Pair
Each
Pack
Each
Each
Pair
Each
Bale of4
Bale of4
Bale of4
Bundle
Bundle
Bag (40lb)
Bag
Bag
Bag
Roll
Roll
Case
Roll
Each
Each
Each
Each
Each
Box
Each
Roll
Box
Roll
$225.00
$8.00
$7.00
$30.00
$95.00
$35.00
$12.00
$8.00
$12.00
$3.25
$1.00
$12.50
$32.50
$S.OO
$0.40
$18.00
$25.00
$15.00
$175.00
$35.00
$75.00
$lO5.00
$155.00
$70.00
$S7.50
$132.50
$15.00
$35.00
$30.00
$30.00
$70.25
$89.00
$92.00
$5.00
$110.00
$11.25
$55.00
$115.00
$275.00
$35.00
$75.00
$9.25
$20.00
$15.00
Note:
Any other equipment used by subcontractor will be charged at Subcontractor rate plus 23% (or negotiated, TBD).
Fuel surcharges may apply (negotiable at time ofNTP).
AshBritt, Inc:.
Schedule K-HazMat Equip
H-GAC Standard Pricing Worksheet
Date: 6/1812010
End User: City of Pasadena, TX
SCHEDULE 1 - UNIT RATE PRICE SCHEDULE
To be Completed By To be Completed By
Vendor"
End User .,.
$ Per Cubic Yard
Total
Estimated CY
4.25
Removal of Eligible Hazardous Leaning Trees and Hanging Limbs
I""" oon"", of removing eligible hazardous leaning or hanging limbs and placing them on the ROW for haul-off.
Total
27,550
Estimated Trees
$
Total
them to an approved TDSRS or other
IE":im,ted Units
'."ic"" in areas identified and approved by the applicant and
S Per Unit
'ill' ...
r
~I
• ...
~'r<'J:I
IE"tlm""d Units
Total
117,087.50
H-GAC Standard Pricing Worksheet
End User: City of Pasadena,
Date: 6/18/2010
rx
SCHEDULE 1 - UNIT RATE PRICE SCHEDULE
To be Completed By
Vendor 9'
To be Completed By
End User ,.
/E,tllmat''''CY
$
Notas:
a. Rate fur transport of debtts 0 to 20 miles to TDSRS or to final disposal sIte.
b. Rate for land-based removal of vessel up to 24', See supplemental Schedules 2a and 3 I'm Incremental ve5sel removal rates by linear foot
C. Please oonsider altemato rate of $2.90 per pound percarcass, owing to the polet1tia1large deviations of animal/bird si.zes. AssumptIOn for Item 131s made of average 60 lb. I1og.
d. Rate quoted is per unit for white good end Freon removal based on past perionn(lTlCe and indUstry standards.
'Please refer to the attached Supplmental Fell Schedules :2'&3, A-K for hourly and op~onal servicl! fees.
Ancillary Services: (See Attached Schedules 2a·b 3
•
•
A~K)
Emergency Road dearance
Risht of Way (ROW) Vegetative Debris Removal
ROW Construction and Demolition Debris Removal
Temporary Debris Storage and Reduction Sites
Haul-Out of Reduced Debris to Final Disposal Site
Removal of Hazardous Leanins Trees and Hanging Limbs
Removal of Hazardous Stumps
Emergency Power Generation
2,464,592.50
Unit Price Schedule: Emergency Disaster Assistance Recovery
Supplmcntal/Ancillary Service Fce Schedules: Pasadena, Tcxns (H-GAC-EUSA)
COI/sists
to
IT COIIIlZI'
approved TDSRS or other desigllated tfisposa!.fnci/ity.
of TDSRS and Debris Processing Jd
(lIId opera/ioll
,
mallagelllelll, segregnlioll
""'g;"g oi',di,"",,' "'/'''''ddebris. Additioualb', work COl/sis!s ofall/nbor, eqrliplllell/.jile/ (Illd
I"'h,'ello""",~ costs lIeceSSaI)' 10 redllce Sloml generated debris by grinding or by illci/rem/ioll.
AshBritt, Inc,
Schedule 1-Unil Prices (TX)
Unit Price Schedule: Emergency Disaster Assistance Recovery
Supplmcntal/Ancillary Service fcc Schedules: Pasadena, Texas (H-GAC-EUSA)
"
1
pal"/ial~I'
I
uprooted or spiil
~:,::,:,:~a~;g:~:.~;;~~,,:; ofl"e ROW willi placement a/debris 011 ROW jor collectioll fllld haul~o/f.
/I'ees me(UIIJ"I!d at 2.1eet jrom base. All trees III/IS! be measllred and pre-approved
P"ice/or removal C?rpal'lia/~v uprooted Iealler iI/eludes e:(Cflvatillg 1'001
"'", p,,,,,,,',,,all ROW. Price/or splillealler illcfrrdes./lllsi/ Crlltillg rile tree Irllllk. Scope also ineltldes
r
I~:::~;,:::';,;~,;;!:':;': limbs or partially brokell limbs ji"OJ/l ,rees 01/ nO W or/imbs JW/lgillg over ROJV and
"
debris
all
tire ROWjor hali/-ojr
IIIlit services C"J m(lY reqllil'e Imique cOl1sidemliQIIS lI'ilfirespec/s 10 scope a/work as riley
I"'.,,.,,,,,,,·, IIIJe.\pected a(fdi(iollal ~tlo,.t. As suell. at the discretion "filII! ASSOC ltl/d AsJrBrill./ilriher
be I/eeded 01/ a caN
case basis.
AshBriU, Inc.
Schedule 1-Unit Prices (TX)
· Personnel, Equipment lind Materials (Emergency Push/Misc. Services) Price Schedule
Supplmental/Ancillary Service Fee Schedules: Pasadena, Texas (H.GAC·EUSA)
No. Service Description
HOOI Heavy Equipment (Operator,jlle/, maintenance included)
H002
Skid·Steer loader (M ini·loader)
Extendaboom Forklift wi debris grapple
H003
H004
Backhoe. Whee/loader. 1.0-1.5 CY
H005
Backhoe. Whee/loader. 2.0-3.0 CY
Backhoe. Extend-a-hoe (1.0 CY. 4WO. extendable)
H006
H007
Wheel loaders 1.0- 1.5 CY
Wheel loaders. 2.5-3.0 CY
H008
H009
Wheel loaders. 3.0-4.5 CY
HOIO
Wheel loaders. 4.5-6.0 CY
HOII
Wheel Loaders, 6.0-7.0 CY
Tracked Loader (Trackhoe wi misc. attachments)
HOl2
HO/3
Towed Loader wI Tractor
HOl4
Knuckleboom loader Truck (Se1tCLoading)
Knuckleboom Loader Truck (Self-loading)
HOl5
Dozer. Tracked
HOl6
HOl7
Dozer. Tracked
HOl8
Dozer Tracked
Dozer, Tracked
HOl9
H020
Dozer, Tracked
H021
Dozer, Tracked
H022
Hydraulic Excavators 1.5 CY
Hydraulic Excavators, 2.5 CY
H023
Hydraulic Excavators. 3.5> CY
H024
Excavatorffrackhoe, Rubber Tire (wi debris ,grapple)
H025
Tractor wi Box Blade (30-70 Hp)
H026
H027
Motor Grader (wi min 12' blade)
Off Road Truck (15-20 cy, 24MT)
H028
H029
30 Ton Crane
H030
50 Ton Crane
J 00 Ton Crane (8 hr minimum)
H031
H032
Bucket Truck
Bucket Truck
H033
H034
Trash Transfer Trailer wi Tractor
Mechanized Broom
H035
Water Truck
H036
Service/Fuel Truck
H037
Soil Compactor 81 HP+
H038
H039
Soil Compactor 80 HP
.- .-H040
Soil COm---.l?!lctor, Towed Unit
Stump Grinder (30" diameter or Jess)
H041
Stump Grinder (greater than 30 11 diameter)
H042
Stump Grinder
H043
H044
Chipper wi 2 man crew
Chipper/Mulcher (8" Throat)
H045
Chipper/Mulcher (12" Throat)
H046
12-Foot Tub Grinder
H047
H048
13-Foot Tub Grinder
14-Foot Tub Grinder
H049
Air Curtain Pit Burner (Self-contained)
H050
H051
Air Curtain Refractory Incinerator
12T Lowboy Trailer (Equip. Transport wi Tractor)
H052
35T lowboy Trailer (Equip. Transport wi Tractor)
H053
H054
50T Lowboy Trailer (Equip. Transport wi Tractor)
AshBntt, Inc.
ISize or Tvpe la
Bobcat 753/Cat 216110 313
Bobcat V638/CatTl642
Cat 416E
Cat 430E
1031 OJ/Cat 420E
Cat 908/10 304/Case 321
Cat 930/10 544INol L70
Cat 950110 644
Cat 966/10 744Nol L 150
Cot 980110 844Nol L180
Cat 320110 690/Kob EOl90
Prentice 210
25-35 CY Body
35-45 CY Body
Cat 04
Cat 05
Cat 06
Cat 07
Cat 08
Cat OIOT
Cat 320
Cat 325
Cat 330
Cat 315CI1O 160CIVoi EC160
10 210LlCase 570M
Cat 120G
Cat 725110 2500Nol A25
Terex RT 335(30MD. egoal
Terex RT 550 150MT). equal
T erex HC I 10 KobCK 1000
Up to 501 reach
40' to 75' reach
/10 Yard
Street Sweeper
2000 Gallon
Multi
Case/Cat/Wacker
CaseiCat/.W.acker.
---Wacker
Venneer252
Venneer 752
Vermeer 60TX
Morbark Stonn
Vermeer
Vemleer
Moroark 1200/650 HP
Morbark 1300/850 HP
~iamond Z 1463/1600 HP
N/A
N/A
12 Ton
35 Ton
50 Ton
Unit
Unit Price
$75.00
$105.00
$75.00
$110.75
$85.00
$95.00
$120.00
$140.00
$150.00
$175.00
$145.00
$150.00
$145.00
$167.00
$105.00
$115.00
$150.00
$175.00
$215.00
$385.00
$124.00
$140.00
$161.00
$135.00
$65.00
$129.00
$165.00
$225.00
$265.00
$425.00
$150.00
$175.00
$134.00
$81.00
$91.00
$85.00
$81.00
$75.00
$24.00
$91.00
$129.00
$145.00
$134.00
$45.00
$55.00
$425.00
$475.00
$525.00
$52.00
$75.00
$59.00
$95.00
$130.00
Hour
Hour
Hour
Hour
Hour
Hour
Hour
Hour
Hour
Hour
Hour
Hour
Hour
Hour
Hour
Hour
Hour
Hour
Hour
Hour
Hour
Hour
Hour
Hour
Hour
Hour
Hour
Hour
Hour
Hour
Hour
Hour
Hour
Hour
Hour
Hour
Hour
Hour
Hour
Hour
Hour
Hour
Hour
Hour
Hour
Hour
Hour
Hour
Hour
Hour
Hour
Hour
Hour
Schedule
2a~Hr-Oth
Personnel, Equipment and Materials (Emergency PushlMisc. Services) Price Schedule
Supplmental/Anciliary Service Fee Schedules: Pasadena, Texas (H-GAC-EUSA)
INO.
155
)56
157
J58
159
HOI
IHOI
H063
IH064
1
m
o·
07:
H073
H074
~075
~076
~077
178
'79
IH 13
Trud Mounted Winch
Log kidder
Waste r
I Rear Loader Truck
T p>
2rash fruck
A
Power Screen
St"ckin~
C
Unit
IHour
IHour
IHour
IHour
IHour
IHour
IHour
5to 15CY
')6 t024 QY
25 to 34 c:y
Jito--±l9'
45 to 54 CY
55 to 64 CY
65 to 74 CY
> 5CY
10lCY
. loalled '
112 Ton
Ton
I (4x4)
'on
'on
IHour
~4.0G
Unit Price
$95.0G
$175.0G
tid; 00
$275.0G
III. .OG
1102.00
$2~'.OG
,jitel,
. Vehicles
Dump Truck.
Dump Truck
Dump fruck
Dump fruck (Trailer Dumo wi .
DUIllP fruck fTrailer Qum~/.
[)ul11p fruck (Trailer Dump wi
Dump Truck nrailer Dump wi
Dump Truck nrailer Duno wi
Floor Trailer wi fractor
(t
file!,
Pickup Truck
Pickup Truck
'ickup Truck
30x Truck
Jtility Van
'Van
crailer
frailer
Flatbed Trailer (40 Il)
Mobile Fleet Repair
IHol14
IH085
IH086
IH087
'H088
flQ89_
090
091
J92
J93
1094
IH095
IH096
IH097
IHQ')S
1099
)0
Size or Type_I.
ITow Truck.
Cat ;"8110 648E/G III
NIA
!3500 Gallon
Nil
Nil
'Nil
Project C
t with Celi/Truck
"
,
r with CelIlT1'lIck
ttfl1.
size
'oat
'oot
)V V to 450
[figu,=-
~GO(]
IHour
IHour
IHour
IHour
IHour
$95.00
;115.00
;120.JG
125.0G
Day
lay
lay
lay
lay
lay
lay
lay
lay
Jay
I;;
$"5.0
$1
$1
. $
$19 .
$8: .
~
IHour
$7§.00
PO,OO
,65.00
,42.5
'65.G
;55.0
,75.0'
$85.0'
$45.00
$32.5G
;30.00
;31.
;3: .
IH<>LIr
I~th
. \VitIl
,0rOC
r with Pickup Truck
Safety
lechanic wi Truck and Tools
. with Jear
. with rf
Laborer with Tools
Traffic Control
ficketWriters
Survey
with Vehicle
Proiect
IHour
,70.00
&1.00
II
I
I
IHour
IHour
IHour
IHour
IHour
IHour
'Hour
I Hour
'H()IJr
Hour
~our
"
I
t(
our
our
;.0
our
Truck Driver
1.0
,3:;.00
our
HI
'H 17
IH 118
HI19
I
l:IUQ
Clerical
lour
(Fllel.
56'
I . Droll 'nrlin~ Crall with Crane
40'
I Bargew/
'8<,
33' Fast Baroe with Winch
AshBritt. I(lc.
Crew of2
With 2 IIlan Qrew_
Cre~oG
Day
IDay
IDay
~h
100.00
.$7,000 no
~420000
Schedule 2a-Hr-Oth
Personnel, Equipment and Materials (Emergency Push/Misc. Services) Price Schedule
Supplmental/Anciliary Service fee Schedules: Pasadena, Texas (H·GAC-EUSA)
No.
HI21
HI22
HI23
HI24
HI25
HI26
Service Description
14' Utility Boat with Motor (Work Boat)
12' Utility Boat with Motor (Work Boat)
12' Utility Boat without Motor (Work Boat)
Tank Diver with Gear
Size or Type /a
With 2 man Crew
With 2 man Crew
With 2 man Crew
Individual
Individual
Hardhat Diver with Gear
80
Scuba Bottle RefiliJAir),
Air Pump with multi breathing lines
HI27
Brownie Lun~
HI28 l11iscellaneous Equipment/Items (Filet. maintel1ance included, where applicable)
2 Axlei4 Wheel (lTon)
HI29
Transfer/Tow, handle of Typical Passenger Vehicle
Transferrrow,
handle
of
Recreational
Vessel
Up to 24' in len~th
HI30
HI3I
Transferrrow, handle of Recreational Vessel
24.1' to 48' in length
Traffic Control, Temp Single Lane Closure
N/A
HI32
TraffIc Control, Temp Road Closure
H133
N/A
Portable
HI34
WeighingScales, Truck, Certified
Light Tower (Portable light plant wi Generator)
wi Generator
HI35
40 Foot
HI36
Office Trailer
Stora,ge Container
40 Foot
HI37
H138
Portable Eyewash Station
OSHA Spec
OSHA Spec
HI39
First Aid Station
Portable Toilet (Port a John)
Single
HI40
HI41
Observation Tower
USACE Spec
Unit
Day
Day
Day
Hour
Hour
Each
Day
Each
Each
Each
Hour
Hour
Hour
Hour
Day
Day
Day
Day
Week
Each
Unit Price
$1,680.00
$1,120.00
$840.00
$168.00
$700.00
$17.00
$560.00
$250.00
$325.00
$425.00
$145.00
$295.00
$55.00
$35.00
$295.00
$102.00
$38.00
$125.00
$275.00
$3,500.00
Notes:
a. Listed equipment type or equivalent (various manufactures).
I. Day rate represents 10 hour day (minimum).
2. fuel surcharges may apply (negotiable at time ofNTP):
AshBritt, Inc.
Schedule 2a-Hr-Oth
First Response (Emergency Road Clearance-"First Push") Anticipated Crew MakeupJa
Supplmfntal/Ancillary Service Fee Schedules: PasudE'na. Tl'-'(IIS
,..
INo.
lliou'
(II"(;AC-EUS~\)
IU,1t
u~,"n'o'.Ji"'.
IH002
S""II'Ln,d" " L". Skid"",. (p"h ",,,hi",. wheel.d"
Lo,der Truck
=Y)
)umo Tru,k 16 24 CYI
, Trud'JI
I
2h,',sow (2 " I mon crow. '"' ond ''''I
liO'51 _'00'" wilh .fool' (I ",on. to,,)
I,
110961 T"ft(,'
{ Pmo'""(2 ",on ,,,w. " ,,,d,d)
I
'0
)p."",,, ,,',
,
, '''-''
W"~I
Un" p,ke Ib
Un" P,k, Id
U," Pri,. I,
'
,
I)'
Ho",
'"
'"
$75.00
I.O(
$75.0C
$'
$'
$1
'00
"
0"'
0"'
HOu;"
IHour
$0.
$190,001
).or
5222.501
$497501
:-Iote: Fuel sur<::harg~s may apply (n~~Oliab!e allimc ofNTP).
Notf'!l:
·Hourly rate for other equipment that may be required to follow Schedule 2a-Supp Hourly Rates.
a. Comprehensive list of rates follow in Schedule 2a: presented as guideline for total hourly "push" rate.
b. Potential minimum crew composition. with skidsteerlbobcat (may vary).
c. Potenliul minimum crew composition. wi1l1 wheelloadcr(2-3 cy) tmay vary).
d, Potential maximum crew compostion (may vary).
AshBritt. Inc,
Schedule 2b-Push Crew
Beach Restoration. Canal Work, Waterways & Sunken Vessel Removal
SupplmcnMII,\ndllary Scniee fee Sfhl'tlIJles: Pnsatlen,I, Te_1l1s li:I-G,\('_HU5A)
No.
.\1001
~002
~jQOJ
DeStr:iption
Unll
t~ollecti.on of debris-13den sand from ROW. hauling ~o the processi~g screen and sand. Per Cubic
Pile mam~en:Jflc~. Up to IS mIle haul to screen. Debris from SCTl'C!I to be hauled by cub.c Yard
ani debris rate In contract.
Ikrm,Beach Con~ction shall include transportation of screentd sand to beach from
screening site. including shaping of material on emery.ency OC'ffi\. To include stockpile
maintenance. Up to 15 miles haul from screen.
Scrape and screen sllall include tile collection of debris l:Jden sand from beacll.
processiny it through screen. returning sand to beach and spre.-uJing sand on beach,
Work 10 be perfonned on beath.
Pri~e
17.50
Per Cubic
17.50
YMd
Per Cubic
Yard
$7.50
B{1nkICanal Work
No.
0\1004
Destrl lion
Bank'Canai Shore/ine
R~tor:uion
Unit
Per Linear
Foot
Price
$32.50
Note: To include any necessary <':.lcavntion. tompacrion, fill and bntklill of embankment
soils and seeding, materials 10 restore banks to prce.\isting conditions insofar as
ssiblc.
MOOSa
M005t!
CiU1auMarine IA!bris Removal (Land Bastdlja
Per Cubic
$95.00
YMd
Per Cubic
$.157.50
Yard
Note: Removal ofstonn genernled debris from marine environments including streams, call1lls. and waterfronts by
~pplicab!e land-based or marine-based processes.
II, Price nel!Olinted for special circumstances for conal and marine debris removal (incident specific),
CMal/Marine Debris Removal (Marine Bastd)Ja
Cu/wrtlSfIIl'M Stwtl'lDl'tJif/IlKt Ditch Work
INa,
,\1006
MOO6a
M006b
MOO6c
MOO6d
M006e
MOO6f
!Dc5crletion
R(lIIlId Cutrer!_
Clean 21" & ;!4" Storm Sewer
Cleon 2r & 30" Stonn Sewer
CleDn 36" SIO(Ti1 Sewer
Clean 42" Storm Sewer
Cle.w -IS" Sionn S""'l'er
Ch~im 54" Stonn Sewer
Clean 60" Storm S"""'er
Clean 72" Storm Sewer
Unit
Prke
l-inea~ FOOl
Unear Foot
Unear Foot
Linear Foot
linear FOOl
Linear FOOl
Linear Foot
Linear Foot
$.11.18
$37.51
$49.55
$56.25
$68.66
SS6.76
$99.54
$144.25
MOO7j
CleM 4.01 - ':1 (Square Foot)
('lean9.IlJ -15 (Square Foot)
Clean 15.01 -20 [Square Fool)
Clean 10_0 I -.10 (Square Foot)
Clean _11.01 - 40 (Square Foot)
('lean 40.01 - SO (Square Foot)
Clean 50.01 - 60 (Square Foot)
Clean 60,01 - "iO(Square Foot)
Clean greater lhan 70 (Square Foot)
Linear Foot
Linear Foot
Linear Foot
linear Foot
Linear Foot
linear Foot
Linear Foot
Linear FOol
linear Foot
Linear F(XII
$26.04
S33.79
$41.66
$-19.54
$57:41
$70.01
S77.89
$85.76
$90.49
S96,79
M008
M009
CleaJl Catch Basins
Clean DraiMJ!.e Manholes
Each
E3t;:h
MOO~g
M006h
MOO7
M0070
MOO7b
MOO1t
M001d
M007e
\fOO1f
MOO7g
M007h
.\1007i
Box Crib-ens
Clean 0 - -I (Square Foot)
$9S.00
S)15.00
lkrl!/kt/Su1lk<!/I J'~_HeI Rtmrll'al
Note: Large vessels. h<luseboats or '-essefs within en\"ironm~ntally S<'nsitive areas may fct]uire une:... pa:ted
addilional effort. Work may be negotiated on a cll5e-bY-C;lSe b;lSis under such conditions.
"'s~Britt.lnc.
SGhedllte J-BGIl, Mar. Drain. Veh-V"l\
Emergency Drinking Water, Ice Supply & Supplemental Foods Price Schedules
SlIpplmentlll/Ancillary Sen'ire Fee Schedules: PaSlidetlli.
Te,~a.'l
tJI-GAC-UjS/\)
Drinking Water
~o.
Delle ription
Un If
S.45 OZ. (250 mL) Units - 27 Units/Case (9:\ 3 Packs/case)
135 C3ses/Pallel
EWOI
Pa~
~
JJ5-675
S 10-1350
1485-1500
EWOla
EWOlb
EWOlc
Prloees
P~Unl!
P 'ce/Cas
1-5
S
6-10
11-20
$
$
S.15
7.85
7.65
$
$
$
0.30
0.29
0,28
$
$
$
Pef Unit
0.80
0.77
0.75
PcLE.a!l~
$ 1,100.25
$ 1,059.75
$ 1.032.75
I LitcrttOOOmL) Units - 12 Units/Case
75 CasesiPallet
EW02
~'"'~
1-5
'c".,
EW02a
EW02b
EW02c
75-375
450-750
825-1500
D-IO
11-20
EW03
Bulk Potable Water SUDol
C05t+23%
Pd£e/Ca~~
I).D3
9.20
8.95
$
$
$
$
$
$
Per Pallet
722.14
D89.85
671.40
Note:
Prices are F.O.B. Miami. FL or West Palin Beach. FL.
Ice & Rf't!ferlRe/rigeration CO/uaim!r Supply
No.
Description
EIOI
Packa '00 Ice Delivered (J. 5. 7 Ibs)
Pack31ged Ice (10 Ibs)
EI02
EIOJ
Pack;lged lee 201bs)
EI04
Additional Ground Mileage
EI05
Standby Time in E.'l:cess of2 Hours (Demul"rn 'e
EI06
Reefer/Refrigeration Containers·
EI07
Reefer/Mor rue Equipemnt Rental
Note. MobllzutlOn IS $5.25/tmle.
Unit
Per po.!lnd
Per baE..
Per ba.&..
Per mile
Per hour
Permo (min
Per mo min
,
Price
$
$
0.51
4.69
6.99
3.32
87.75
2,502.50
3.250.00
,
7,28
$
S
,
$
Supplmf!lttal Food Srmrce.~ (MRE)
No_
ikscriptil)n
Unit
I. Meals Ready to Eat (MRE Reb'lJlar):
Per meal
(80z Entree +Heoter EI.:ment-72/Case)
2. Meals Ready to Eat (MRE De Luxe):
Per meal
. (_~O_z EnI~ •. ,I gri~k. I. Fru}t.CuP +Hea~er Element-12/Case)
Prke
$
13.25
I. Sun Meadow Hot MeallEntree wi heater):
2. ~un Meadow Ho! Meal P;lckjM~al kits):
J. SLin Meadow J-mesl Pack:
$
$
$
6.60
10.95
8.75
EMOI
EM02
EM03
E~04
EM05
Portable
Toilet.~/Hafldll/ashil/g
One meal
One meal
Per Da~k
Sralfon.'
I
No.
Descrlptiun
Unit
Price
EPHO I
Mobile Toilet Unit 17 Stool)
Per week
$ 8.875.00
Nore: ,t/obili=atioflJlflstollmion nt aetl/(1/ eost pIllS 2 J%, Ha!ldl!'asn sm(ions ineluded.
Gene-ral Nolf'S:
Trucking and storing of above listed food items shalt be invoiced at actual cost plus 23% mark up.
I. As ice and wlllcr represem scare.: commodities following a stonn .::vent. specific [enos and conditions shall be included
2. Prices are valid for an annual tenn. 3t which time prio.:es require renegotiation.
J. Ice supply subject to availability. EveI)' effort will b.:: made to deliver packaged i..:e in the quantifies specified and to the
Product Standards: Ice provided under this contract shall be:
i I) manufactured within no more than 120 calendar days of the date of delivery;
(2) tube or crushed icc [block or shaved ice is nol used);
r31 manufactured in compliance with th~ Food and Drug Administration (FDA)
Good MiHlUfaclUring Practices (GMP) of2 I C.F.R. J 10. the International Packaged Jee Association (lPIA) standards:
(4) manufactured by ice plants !hal use source water from a public water supply which is currently in compliance wilh the
(5) produced. paci3ged. transported. storei and handled in accordance with all applicable Federal. state and local laws and
Packaging: Ice shall be sealed in 5 to 20 pound plastic bags and Slacked on pallets. Each pallet shall contain 2.000 pOllnds,
net weight. of ice. A prolective layer (slip sheet) of thick paper. plastic (6 mit) Of walerproof corrugated .:ardboard shall be
NOle: Fuel surcharges may apply (negoliable
AshBritt. Inc.
:II
lime ofNTP).
Schedule A-Water. tee. Food
Disaster Response Man Camps/Comfort Services Price Schedule
SupplmcntallAncillnry Sel"\o'icc Fee Schedules: Pnsatlena, Tuas (II-GAC-IWSA)
Emergency
SI~pln8
Quarte"
o liOll1
MCOla
1-161i-Man DormiforySrnlcfure
Wood Floor wi New CUrpeling
Air Conditioning/Combination Heating Units
Power Generation
Metal Halide Lighting Package
168 Mil-Spec Cots
2 - Personnel Doors
U ro4WeeksRenwi
o
Vnlt Renlal Price
S
IH.104.i).f
tiOlI]
rMCOlb
1- ](JO-.lfall Tf'IIsiOlJ Tenl
Unit Rental Price
\Vo0d Floor Wi New Carpeting
AirConditioninglCombination Heating Units
Power Glmefation
Metal Halide Lighting Pa,knge
200 Mil-Spec Cotl)
2 - Personnel Doors
U to ~ Weeks Rental
Dining FadUtles
o
o
lion I J/COJa)
i - Dim'flg Sfn,allfe/or J()(J
lion] {MCIJ2b
J - Dillirrg S/IlI(fllJl?/or 350
Wood Floor wi EventPro Flooring
Air Conditioning:Corrtbination Heating Units
Power Generation
Met~1 Halide Lighting Pacbge
2 - Personnel Doots
-14 - 8' Banquet Tnbles
352 Folding Chrurs
U to -I Weeks Rental
Wood Floor wi EventPro Floorin!!
AirConditioninglCombination Heating Units
Power Generatioo
Meral Halide Li~htin!l Packnge
2 - Per.:;onnel Doors
64 - 8' Bunl/uet Tables
5 I 2 Folding Chairs
U to ~ Weeks Rental
Restroom FllcillUes
{ion I .\ICO.l
o
Camp Sf'",irf' Fari/ilief
Portable Toilet Fncililies
Dn'ily Cleaning & Sef'1Ce
4 Weeks Rental
No.
MC03a
MC03b
MCO.lc
Shol'ier FaciJitie!
o lioll I {MC04
Rental Price
5
20.887.61
S
33.741.1J
S
66.127.88
Laun!!?' Facllity
.IIC{U
I - 7 VI/it Lallndry TrlJiler
Each Unit Contains:
7 - Top Load Washer Units
8 - Front Load Dryer Units
Hot ;u1dCold Water
Provides Shower Service for 350 People
Each Unit Contains:
Private Changing Stalls & .\6' ~ ~6" Shower Sr~11s
Propane-tiret! boiler sysrem
On-board water stO/age
Air Conditioning
Trash Receptacles
U to -I Weeks Rental
Special Emergen?, Services
Emergency Clinics and Support Personnel
I50-Person Crunp
~50-P=n Camp
SOO-Person Cam
o 11011 I
I - 14 Hf'lId Sholl'f'r Tmi/er Ullil
Cost Plus Man Camp Senlcrs
Site Preparation
Fuel for Generators
Fresh Wmer Supply
Grey and Black Water Removal
Limls/o"
Air Conditioning
Folding Table
Trash Receptacles
U to 4 Weeks Rental
No.
MC06
MC07
MCOS
MC09
."io_
MCID
Rate
Cost .,..23%
Cost +23%
Cost +23-"-'.
("ost+23%
Rate
Cl\<it-f"23-%
NoteU): All priCing 3b<.we assumes services for disaster/emergency situ~rions. A II pricing is for a minimum one-month rental. Quote includes all non-union
labor and equipment needed for installation and take down ofstrucrures. Quote assumes staking into level asphalt or grass surta~e provided free of obstruction
with direct semi-truck access within 50' of work site. Applicable sales ta.\e3, pennit5. and fuel surcharges are nO! induded. This propos:!1 is subject to
equipment availability m the tillle the notice to proceed is issued.
Temporary Sanitary Facilitle!l
No.
Descripliol/
Comfort Station-S stall units
Comfort Sration-16 fl BT Unit (6!3 stall units)
Shower Units 6 staH
Shower Unils - 12 stall with 8 sinks
P(lrtnble Luundl)' Facililio:s
Nure; All incJusi,'e-p~onnel.wutet" service:s.powCl"
MCOII
MeOl2
MCOl3
/1.-[(014
MC015
Roles
One Time: Mobilization
$7.562.50
$7.562.50
$7.562.50
$7.56~ ..50
$7.562.50
Per Day
1114.389.)2
514.360.50
$!O.Q05.18
$11.7~2.50
1I12.8Q1.50
Per Week
S7J.9~6.60
$71.802.50
SS-l.525.90
$58.712.50
$64.'l87.50
Per Month
5180.591.14
5280.029.75
$212.651.01
5128.978.75
5251 .50 I.~S
Note: Fuel surcharges may apply (negotiable al rime of Nrp).
Ash8rf11, Inc.
5<;hedule B-Man Cam""
Emergency Power Generation Rental Price Schedule
SupplmentaliAnciliary Service Fee Schedules: Pas.dena, Texas (H-GAC-EUSA)
Relltal Per Day/Week
No.
Units (Generator Size)
GOOI
25 kW Generator
G002
56 -k-W Generator
..
G003
100 k W Generator
G004
175 kW Generator
G005
250 kW Generator
G006
320 kW Generator
G007
500 k W Generator
GOO8
sao kW Generator
G009
1000 kW Generator
GOIO
1500 kW Generator
"'Additional equipment rates available upon request.
-~-.~
"
-'---~--"-
Per Day (24 hrs)
$
$
$
$
$
$
$
$
$
$
703.40
1,13},78
1.764.00
2.421.09
3,000.05
3,350.50
4,134.38
6,950.16
8,387.82
9,779.18
Per Week
$
2,266.74
$
4,32.9: 52
$
6,943.55
$
9.977.63
$
11.808.93
$
12,966.50
$
15,227.73
$
23,742.34
$
28,540.42
$
33,264.63
Notes:
1. Transportation and fuel charges not included.
2, Usage charge is calculated from "portal to portal".
3. Hookup/disconnnect, cables and distribution boxes not included.
4. Minimum usage charge of 4 days.
5. Includes service and maintenance.
6. Client agrees to start billing upon NT? regardless of signature on delivery at destination.
Day
No.
$
G050
G051
Tails
Cables (400 amp) 50ft
No.
GlOO
GIOI
GI02
GI03
GI04
GI05
GI06
GI07
GI08
GI09
GII0
Gill
GI12
G1l3
Rental Per Month (A Iternate Schedule)
Units (Generator Size)
15 KW
20KW
25 KW
35 KW
40KW
50 KW
60KW
75 KW
100KW
125 KW
150 KW
250 KW
500KW
.. - - ...
1800 KW
--.-.--~
-----.---.----~
$
.-
7.07
106.09
Voltage Reqs la
240
240
240
240
480/240
480/240
480/240
480/240
480/240
480/240
480
480
480
480
Week
$
$
14.15
176.81
Month
$
21.22
$ 530.44
Per Month
$
5,582.50
$
8,325.27
$
8,678.25
$
9,977.45
$
11,474.58
$
13,195.00
$
16,574.95
$
19,061.70
$
26,577.78
$
30,566.73
$
35,149.45
$
45,203.03
. _.. L_ 5§,~9L45
$
127,336.83
Notes:
a. Three (3) phase voltage requirements.
1. Transportation and fuel charges not included.
2. Usage charge is calculated from "portal to porta.l".
3. Hookup/disconnnect, cables and distribution boxes not included.
4. Includes service and maintenance.
Note: Fuel surcharges may apply (negotiable al time ofNTP).
AshBrilt, Inc.
Schedule C-Generators
Emergency Fuel Delivery/Management Price Schedule
SuppimentallAneillary Service Fee Schedules: Pllsadetla, Te.(lls (II-GAC-EUSA)
No.
FOOl
FOO2
FOO3
FD04
FOO5
FOO6
F007
F008
FOO9
FOIO
FOil
Fall
ItemJEQuipment
550 gallon dual wall tank
1,000 'allon sin ·le wallwnk
I ,QOO gallon dual wall tank
6,000 gallon or greater t::mk
12 Volt Fill-Rite Pump
~orta~I_~ .TaT!~ D_eli~~ry!~i~kl!p_
Portable Tank Cleanoul Fee
Truck with Man
Fuel 'fank Trailer Only
Mobile Fuel Station
Frac Tank
Labor
DescriPtion
Portable Storl!ge TanUSecondarv Containment)
Portable Storage Tank
Portable Storoge Tank (Secondary Containment)
Portable Slorl!ge Tank
Fuel Pump 13 GPM, includes nozzle
D~I!Yi:!.ry~~~_k~p'_ ~!targ~______
.
Cleanout ofport3ble tank (ifreq~i~ed)
Transport Truck tv/trailer or Bobtail Tmck
7,500 to 8,500 gal capacity
12,000 Gal capacity on trailer
20,000 gallon frac tank
Man to operate fuel station or tuel vehicles
RentallLabor Rate
$10238
$116.03
$1 '9.68
$204.75
527.30
5204.75
$546.00
$252.66
$819.00
5238.88
$273.00
S I02.38
Unit
Perd~
Perd3y
Per day
Per di!j'
Per day
Per hour
Per service
Per huur·
Per day
Per hour"
Per day
Per hour
Note: Additiollal Storage Tanks rangil1gjl-om 2501020.000 gallo/ls are available upon request
• Requires 24 hour minimum
No.
Jtem
FIOO
Fuel
Deseri tion
Gasoline/Diesel/Aviation Fuel
Purchase Price
Unit
Cost + $0.75 Per 'allon
Note: Rental/Labor Rate begins when equipment or labor leaves the facility and ends upon its return to the same facility. Reasonable
lodging expense may apply.
Description of service:
A selfconlained generutor powered system designed to meet the emergency fuel response needs of government and commercial emitie!>.
This unil combines high volume fuel dispensing capabilities along with maximum portability features.
Features:
'Tolal fuel storage capacity - 12,000 gallons (One 10K tank and two 1K tanks)
'Tanks are dual walled (secondary containment) & are Flameshield NFPA 30 reted.
'Mounted on a 53' drop deck trailer
'Six high ~'olume fueling points with hoses on reels
'Fueling points have meter registers
'Grounding cable for vehicle re-fueling
'20KW diesel generator
'Li[;hts for night tueling
'No special transportation pennits requited
'Equipped with spill response kits .
•Air compressor
'Lubricants storage lank with dispenser
Note: Units subject to availability.
Ash8rilt,
tnc.
Schedute D-Emerg Fuet
Emergency Satellite Telphone/Communication Services Price Schedule
SupplmentnlJ,\ncilinry Service Fce Schedules: Pasadena, Texas (II-GAC-EUSA)
Satellite Phone Service
No.
Description
Rllte
Unit
SATOI
Per Satellite Phone
$11.00 Per Day
SAT02
Per Satellite Phone
$115.00 Per Week
SATOJ
Per Satellite Phone
$400.00 Per Month
SATQ4
Usage Cost, per phone
$2.50 Per minute
Note: 24/7 service. Vendor is GMPCS Personal Communications Outfilfer Satellite, Inc.
Carrier: Iridium, Iridium 950 series.
Satellite Internet Sen Ice
SeffComailled Trailer Eqlfipmel/l
No.
Dunltion
Monthly Cost
INTO I
3 month
$5.405.24
6 month
$4,052.24
INT02
9 month
INT03
$2,699.24
INT04
12 month
$1,346.24
BQlldwidll,
No.
Service
Disaster Response
INTIO
No.
INT2]
Bandwitdth Service
Disaster Response
Monthly Cost
$2,231.10
Contention
10
Upload (Kbps) Download (Mbps) VolP lines Users
768
2
610t020
Description of services:
Sel!--col1lained Irailer auto deploy
This unit was designed to be a self-contained mobile unit that is weatherized. This unit is ideal for businesses that need ultimate
mobility with rapid deployment. The following equipment comes Slllndard on each unit:
4'x 6' enclosed trailer
9,000 wall electric start generator
Andrew Smart-Ad 3 watt 1.2 meter auto deploy satellite earth station
VSAT 3100 internet modem
Motorola HolZone Duo Mesh Wireless Router (MWR)
Universal power controller battery backup
Self-coJlfailled trailer //lOlli/ted
This unit was designed to be a self-contained mobile unit that is weatherized. The following equipment comes standard on each
unit:
4'x ~4'x 6' enclosed trailer
9,00(9,000 watt electric start generator
Andl Andrew 4 watt 1.2 meter satellite dish
VSA VSAT 3100 internet modem
Moll Motorola HotZone Duo Mesh Wireless R0uter (MWR)
Uni\t Universal power controller battery backup
The tollowing services are available within the program:
Broadband Internet
Canopy Networks
VolP Telephone and Fax
Cell Phone Repeaters
Each salellite unit will be equipped to provide wireless broadband internet. The units are scalable so that additional wireless
access points can be added. Each unit will have sufficiem bandwidth to easily support 15 conCurrent internet users from the
base system. If necessary, additional units can be brought in to support a larger camp popUlation.
Voice-aver-intemet protocol ("ValP") telephone and fax service will be available as an optional service with each satellite unit.
This service can handle one to eight voice lines per unit. Cell phone repeaters for Nexiel and CinguJar networks are also
available as an optional item.
Note: Services subject to availability. Altemative configurations may be substituted.
AshBrm, Inc.
Schedule E·Sat Srcvs_Comrn
Temporary Office Trailers, Mobile Command Center Price Scbedule
SupplmentaVAncillary Service Fee Schedules: Pasadena, Texas (H-GAC-EUSA)
Office Trailers
Single Unit
Dimensions: Width
~
8', Unit Length
No.
Category
OTOIa Setup Fee:
OTOlb Single Unit
Single Unit
Dimensions: Width
~
~
20'
Rate
Unit
$ 1,485.23 One time
$
516.10 Per month
8', Unit Length
Category
No.
OT02a Setup Fee:.
OT02b Single Unit
Single Unit
Dimensions: Width
~
~
28'
Rate
Unit
$ 1.653.12 One time
$ 630.34 Per month
10'. Unit Length
No.
Category
OT03a Setup Fee:
OT03b Single Unit
~
24'
Rate
Unit
$ 2.202.01 One time
$ 798.34 Per month
Chemical Toilets Price Schedule
No.
POJOI
POJ02
Description
Port-o-Iet (per unit)
Port-a-let (per unit)
Rate
Unit
$
1.523.97 Per month
$
55.13 Per day
Note: Includes delivery/set UP. daily service, equipment rental, and pick uplbreakdown
Misc. Office Supplies
No_
0501
OS02
0503
0504
0505
OS06
OS07
Description
Phone
Fax
2 x 2 way radio
Desktop Copier
Folding Chair
Folding Table
Small Rerrigerator
Rate
$
$
$
$
$
$
$
19.64
88.94
34.65
225.23
40.43
98.18
323.40
Unit
Each
Each
Each
Each
Each
Each
Each
Note: Fuel surcharges may apply (negotiable at time orNTP).
AshBritt, Inc.
Schedule
F~Office
TraHers_POJs
Emergency Pumping Units Price Schedule
Supplmental/Ancillary Service Fee Schedules: Pas aden., Texas (H-GAC-EUSA)
No.
EPOOI
EP002
EP003
EP004
EP005
EP006
EP007
EP008
EP009
Rental Per HOl/riDav (Basic Package)
Description (Pump Size)
4" Trash Pump Package
6" Trashl'ump Package
6" Hydraulic Pump with Power Pack
8" Hydraulic Pump with Power Pack
10" Hydraulic Pump with Power Pack
12" Hydraulic Pump with Power Pack Ib
12" Centrifug.1 Pump (up to 115 ft total head) Ib
18" Centrifugal Pump (up to 200 ft total head) Ib
24" Axial Flow (up to 120 ft total head) Ib
Rate (Per Hour) la
Rate (Per Day)
$
1,089.05 $
90.75
$
1.654.85 $
137.90
$
1.216.70 $
10/.39
$
1,818.15 $
151.51
2,299.25 $
191.60
$
$
2,695.95 $.
224.66
$
1,870.00 $
155.83
$
2,810.00 $
234.17
$
3,145.00 $
262.08
Notes:
l. Transportation, mobilization/demobilization charges not include~ (to be charged cost plus).
2. Includes suction and discharge hoses.
3. Includes installation. service and routine maintenance.
4. Pump watch services, as applicable. $910.00 per day per pllmp.
5. A minimum pump usage charge of 12 hours (day rate) will be effective upon official client Notice to Proceed,
Task Order, Purchase/Deployment Order or work area relocation request or other reasonably unecessary
interference (once delployed) whether pumps are operational or not (with the acception of routine maintenance
and/or pump or operator failure). Pump down time attributed to client relocation requests or cease odeTS to
accomodate some other activity will be a considered a billable hour,
6. Surplus pumps officially authorized for deployment by the client and not utilied will be subject to a minimum
usage charge.
a. Rate per day is effecti ve rate per J 2 hour period.
b. Ten (10) day minimum applies to pump services.
Note: Fuel surcharges may apply cost plus (negotiable at lime of NT PI Work Order, as applicable).
AshBrilt, Inc.
Schedule G-E merg Pumps
Drying In, Decontamination, Mold Remediation, Restoration Price Schedule
SupplmentaUAncillary Servic(' Fee Schedules: Pasadena. Te:'(Us{H-GAC~EU.sA)
Categories/Descriptions
No.
Labor
Project Consultant (pc)
REl\10~o.2_. _P!.OJect gX~!J!iv~ (r~)__._
REM003
Project Manager (PM)
REM004
Health & Safe!t Officer (HSO)
REM005
Technical S~ecjalist (Superintendent) (TS)
REM006
D!}'ing Technical (DT)
REM007
Eguiement OQerator (EO)
Remediation Worker {RW)
REM008
REM009 General Labor{GL)
Field Auditor (FA)
REMOIO
REMOOI
No.
REM020
REM021
REM022
REM023
REM024
REM025
REM026
REM027
REM028
REM029
REMOlO
REMOJI
REMOJ2
REM033
REM034
REM03$
REM036
REM037
REM03B
REM039
REM040
REM041
REM042
REM043
REM044
REM045
REM046
REM047
REM048
REM049
No.
REM070
REM071
REMOn
REM073
REM074
REM075
REM076
REM077
REM078
REM079
REM080
No.
REM 100
REMiOl
REMi02
REM 103
REM 104
REM 105
AshBritt,
SueelieslConsumables
Adhesive Remover
Anti-Microbial Coating
Anti-MicrobiaJ Disinfectant (Concrete Pre Mixed)
Anti-Microbial Disinfectant (MicroBan RTU)
Bags, Trash
Bags. Trash Environmental
Box, Stomge Cardboard
Brosh, Long Handle/Scrub
Camera (Diseosable, 27 eXQ. includes develoement~
Cleaner. General and all QU!E0se
Cleaner. Electronic Grade
~~n~!.n~!1tjol!_l!l!~.,J?~sp..~s~~~~ ___
Duct, ui' Flat (SOD')
Fuel
Ne~ative Air Filters (prefilters)
Negative Air Filters (Pleated)
Nesative Air Filters (Main HEPA)
Pol~ Sheeting, Fire Retardant
Pol:i Sheeting, Reinforced
Rags, Cotton Cloth
Resl2irator Cartridges, Negative Pressure {Half~F(Jce)
ResriratorCartridge, PAPR (Full-Face2
S~ra~ Bottle wI Trigger
Serai'ue
S~onges, Soot Absorbtion
Suit, Disl20sabJe
Suit Ti'vek
TaQe. Duct
T~fl)' Wi~_ ..
- .. --_. -- _..
Towels
D!linS E~ui~ment
Dehumidification Unit (50cfin-100cfm)
pe~.I:IJ!l~~.i~~!lti~~ U!1i~ (~!Qt:Ji~~~90cf!1l~
Dehumidification Unit (220cfin-300cfm)
Dehumidification Unit (500cfin-600cfm)
Dehumidification Unit (tOOOcfin)
Dehumidification Unit (2000cfin~2250cfm)
Dehumidification Unit (J500cfin)
Dehumidification Unit (4500clin~5000cfm)
Dehumidification Unit (6000cfin)
Dehumidification Unit (S500cfin)
Dehumidification Unit (IS,QOOclin)
Miscellaneous E~uj~ment
40 Ton AC Unit
100 Ton Chiller Unit
200 Ton cnilJer Unit
Air Comeressor ( 110 esi)
Air Comeressor i 125 Qsi}
Air Mover
Inc.
Unit
Hour
Hour
Hour
Hour
Rate
$159.00
$128.00
577.00
577.00
570.00
570.00
557.00
54B.00
537.00
551.00
Hour
Hour
Hour
Hour
Hour
Hour
Unit
Gallon
Gallon
GaIJon
Gallon
Roll
Roll
Each
Each
Each
Gallon
Gallon
Each
Roll
Gallon
Each
Each
Each
Roll
Roll
Box
Pair
Each
Each
Can
Each
Each
Each
Roll
Pound
Case
Rate
$98.00
583.00
15.00
$57.00
$96.00
510B.00
$9.00
$11.00
$38.00
$31.00
$64.00
$426.00
147B.00
Cost + 23%
54.00
$8.00
$230.00
112B.00
$191.00
$64.00
I iJ.OO
516.00
$4.00
13.00
53.00
S3.00
18.00
$7.00
58.00
$38.00
Unit
Each
Each
Each
Each
Each
Each
Each
Each
Each
Each
Each
Rate
Unit
Rate
Each
Each
Each
Each
Each
Each
$91.00
1149.00
$175.00
$382.00
5667.00
51.289.00
$259.00
5356.00
$453.00
51.133.00
$324.00
51.049.00
S 1.159.00
$919.00
539.00
$220.00
$32.00
Schedule H-Restore Srvcs
Drying In, Decontamination, Mold Remediation, Restoration Price Schedule
SnpplmelltaliAncil/liry Service Fee Schedules:
Pn.~adena,
Texas (II-CAC-EUSA)
Ca/egories/Descriptions
REM 106
REMl07
Butfer, floor
.Cart, Tilt/Demolition
REMI08
Dolly, 2,Wh~4"Wh~DmliWhlbr
REM 109 Electrical Dist. Panel (Spider Box)
REMllO Electrical Kit {Ext. Cord OFI, Surge Protector
REM III Extraction Unit (Portable)
REM 112 Extr.lction Unit (Trailer)
REM 113 filtnltion Unit
REMl14 Fire E1(tinguishe
REM lIS First Aid Kit
REM 116 Floor Kit (Mop, Bucket, Broom. Rake. Semper. Wrecking Bar, Etc.)
REMI17 Freight
REM lIS HEPA Filtration Unit ( IO,OOO{.fm)
REMI19 HEPA Filtration Unit (2,OOOcfm)
REMI20 .. J-:ig~_~..f~J!<!~~ __
REMf2-i- light. Stand
REM 122 Light, String
REM 123 Mobile Commande Center
REMl24 Negative Pressure Recorder
REM 125 Ozone Machine
REMI26 Power Hand Tools (S.1wzall. Circular S3W, Drill etc.)
REM 127 Pump, Small
REM 128
Pump. Flood
REM 129 Respirator. Negative Pressure (Half Face)
REMI30 Respirator, PAPR (Full Face)
REMI3J
Radio. Job Site
REM 132 Shower/Wash Station
REM 133 Sprayer, Airless
REM 134 Thennalllllage Camera
REMU5 Troiler
REM 136 Truck. 24ft
REJvf!~I. Tnl.c~_.~~c.~~~P___ .________ .. ______ .
REM 138 Tl1Ick, Water Extraction
REM139 Vacuum, (Wet/Dry)
REMI40 Vacuum, HEPA
REMI41
Van/Bus
Vent/Wall Cavity Drying Unit
REMI42
Wall Kit (Ladder. Fall Protection, Knives, Etc.)
REMI43
REMI44
Washer. High Pressure (5.000 psi)
REMI45
Washer, High Pressure (20.000 - 40,000 psi)
REMI46
Washer. HOTSY
Each
Each
Each
Each
Each
Each
Each
Each
Each
Each
Each
Each
Each
Each
E3Ch
Each
Each
Each
Each
Each
Each
Each
Each
Each
Each
Each
Each
Each
Each
Each
Each
Each
Each
Each
Each
Each
Each
Each
Each
Each
$39.00
S26.00
56.00
S7I.OO
$6.00
S162.00
S583.00
$32.00
55.00
$3.00
516.00
54.00
5389.00
5123.00
$3.00
$19.00
$13.00
$576.00
$65.00
$155.00
$13.00
$52.00
$175.00
$6.00
$32.00
$13.00
$19.00
$84.00
$65.00
$149.00
$123.00
584.00
$259.00
$32.00
$97.00
$123.00
$453.00
$13.00
$227.00
TDB
$259.00
Notes:
I. Work pertbnned utilizing these rates shall be perfonned pursuant to the predetined Scope of Work being agreed to by both
parties and any applicable Change Order contract modification being completed
2. Price. Work peJformed hereunder shall be priced as indicated in the AshBlitt Rates. plus any applicable taxes.
A. AshBritt will invoice the customer weekly for services rendered in accomance with the AshBrilt rates. Customer agrees to
make payment to AshBritt within 15 days of invoice
B. The balance ofAshBrirt's fees and charges fbrthe performance of the Scope of Work will be paid within 30 days from the
Customer's receipt of the tinal invoice from AshBrirt
3. Invoicing and Payment. AshBrilt shall submit to Customer itemized invoice(s) setting forth the total amounts due in
accordance with the Rate Schedule for services utilized in petformnnce of the Scope of Work. lfpayments are not received
timely, Customer agrees to pay all costs of collections up to and including court costs, reasonable attorney's fees and interest
ch,uges at the lesser of I) 1.5% per month, or2) the maximum lawful interest rate, No retainage will be withheld from
payments.
4. Overtime Rates. Customer agrees that overtime rates will be billed by AshBritt and paid by rustomer based upon entitlemer
of employee norwithstlnding where initi3140 hours. orany part thereof, were worked by empbyees for AshBritt on other
projects.
5. Responsibility for Payment Customer agrees to make payment to AshBritt tor services rendered hereunder in the amounts
and on the fenns specitied above. regardless of whether Customer is entitles to reimbursement for such costs from Customers
or from some other person's orentity's insurance carrier or any other source.
Ash8ritt, Inc.
Schedule H-Restore Srvcs
Drying In, Decontamination, Mold Remediation, Restoration Price Schedule
Supplmenfnl/f\n('illary Service Fee Schedules: Pasadena. Texas (HMGAC-EUSA)
Categories/Descriptions
6. Best Efforts. AshBntt and Customer acknowledge that the property which is the subject of the Work may have been
involved in a fire, flood. or other catastrophe. AshBritt will perform the Wo;rk on a "best efforts" basis. but cannot. and
therefore dot'S not. guarJnfee or warrant that any ofibe property will be operational or .tTce from defect following completion
of the Work.
7. Causes Beyond Control. If any circumstance or event which is beyond the reasonable control of Ash Britt delays the
perfonnance Of;UiY of Ash Britt's obligations under this agreement or makes any of those obligations impossible to perfotm.
Ash Britt will not have any liability for that delay or non-penOimance.
8. Consents and Pennits, Any federal. state, or local penn its orconsenl5 required for the penonnance of the Work are the
responsibility ofthe Customer; provided that. if made a part ofthe Work. Ash Britt may obtain such pennits and consents at
Customer's expense. Both AshBritt and Customer will comply with all applicable governmental regulations. statutes, laws and
ordinances.
9. Disposal. Disposal orany Hazardous Material (including specimens or samples) or any property that contains Hazardous
Malerial. removed by AshBtitt under this Agreement will be in the name of the Customer and underany appli:able generator
number Of other identitication assigned by the ('ustomer
10. Indemnity. Each party agrees to indemnifY and hold hattnless the other party hereto and the other party's shareholders.
directors, officers. employees and agents,from and against any and all claims, demands. causes ofaclion and liabilities of any
nature. whether for damages to property, andlor the conditions 10 which theCootrnct pertains. to the extent that any such claim
demand. cause of action andJofliability is attlibutable to the breach of Contract or other fault oftheindenmifYing party.
Customer on it's behalf and on bclmlfofincluding but not fmited to Owners, Management Companies, Tenants and
Occupants indemnifiesAshBritt against loss or damage to personal property andlorcontent during the perfonnance of services
within the areas of remediation.
II. Confidenfiallnfonnation. AshBritt and Customer mutually agree to maintain in confidence and will not, directly or
indirectly disclose or use. either during or afterthe teon oflhis Agreement, any proprietary or confidential infonnation
belonging to !he other party. whether it is in writing or pennanent fonn, except to the extentnecessary to perfonn the work
until such time as said intonnation has become public knowledge.
12. No Consequential Damages. No party shall in any action or proceeding or othetWise assert any claim for consequential
damages against any other party to this reasonable attorney's fees and court costs.Controct on account ofany loss, cost,
damage or expense which such party may suffer or incur bec<luse of any act or omission ofnny other party to this Conltact
orits agents or employres in the perfonnance of a party's obligations under this Contract, or any other cause of action
(including neg6gence) arising out ofor relatedto trnnsactions in connection with this Contract. or otherwise, and each party
expressly waives any such claims.
13. Labor Considerations.
A. The labor rates stated above are per hourtbr the first 40 hours worked (or 8 hours a day in California or where mandated b)
prevailing wage requirements) in a week beginning on Monday.
B. labor rates for work perfornted over 40 houts in a week (or8 hourS a day in California or where mandated by plt:vailing
wage requirements) will becharged at one ;Uid one-third (I M1/3) times the stated houdy rates except where collective
bargaining agreements or prevailing wage requirements mandate premium ttime to be paid Saturday, Sunday and Holidays. In
such an event, one and one-third (I • 113) time the stated rates or the multipliennandated by prevailing wage requirements shal
be applicablc.
C. Travel time will be charged, at stated houriy mtes, when employee lodging is more than 50 miles from the project location
or when emergency conditions exist that result in one way travel time of60 minutes or greater. In either case, a minimum of
one hour will be chal}!:ed per individual, each way.
D. All documented costs for other applicable travel costs (airfare, rental cars. cab fare. etc.) will be reimbursed to AshBritt at
cost plus 10%
E. Per diem and lodging will be charged at a rate ofSIOO per employee. per day for all employee classifications
F. A minimum sun::harge ofS25 per hour will be added to the stated rates for any employee classification whereby their trade
is covered by a collective bargaining agleement. or for any employee subjecl to prevailing wage rates.
G. A Remediation Worker(R W) is defined as a person who utilizes a respirator to protect himselfi"herselffrom the potential
exposure to any hazardous substance. including nuisance dust.
H. Warehousemen and drivers supporting the on site work activity will be billed at the General laborer rate.
14. Equipmmf Rental Considerations.
A. Unscheduled Renwl Equipment and Consutn3b~s. For equipment lmd con.9.Jmables not listed that is rented tor the project
by Ash Britt the rate invoiced to the Customer will be the rate charged to AshBritt plus 10% + 10% Freight is excluded.
B. Unscheduled Purchased Equipment. Ifspecial equipment not listed above is purchased for the project the daily rental will
be 5% of the purchase price.
AshBritt, Jnc.
S(:hedule H-Restore Srvcs
Temporary Warehousing Price Schedule
SupplmenlaliAncillary Service Fee Schedules: Pasadena, Tex.s (H-GAC-EUSA)
Option I
Storage Containers
No.
TWOOI
TW002
Description
40' Conex Box
20' Conex Box
Rale
Unit
$3, I~O,O_O Per month
$2,100.00 Per month
Note: Transportation not included.
Option 2
Fabric Structures (Reinforced)
No.
Description
TW003 82' w x 98' I, 10' side, 23' peak Structure
TW004
$6,099.75 Per month (6 mo. min.)
TW005
No.
TW050
TW051
TW052
Rate
Unit
$14,283.99 First month
$13,224.96 Each additional month
AdditionaJ Accessories:
Gable vent fan
Manual roll-up door
Single personnel door
$5,811.75 rer ran
$4,520.25 Per door
$2.324.70 Per door
Note:
1. Transportation and installation are additional. Structure ships on one tractor trailer and takes one-
day for install of frame, fabric and lights.
2. Pricing is based on structure size. Workable dimensions are customizable, so pricing will vary
depening on situational needs.
AshBritt, Inc.
Schedule I-TempWarehouse
Hazardous Materials General Labor Price Schedule
SupplmentallAncilJary Service Fee Schedules: Pasadena, Texas (H-GAC-EVSA)
No.
HZLOI
HZL02
HZL03
TiUe
Project Manager
Mid Level Manager
Professional
HZl04
Technical
HZl05
HZL06
HZL07
HZl90
Secretarial/C) erical
Equipent Operator
AshBritt. Inc.
Laborer
Per diem
Level
Upper Level
Middle Level
Upper Level
Middle level
Lower Level
Upper Level
Middle level
Lower Level
Abbr.
VLM
MLM
ULP
MlP
llP
UlT
MlT
lLT
Rate
$200.00
$155.00
$145.00
$110.00
$85.00
$97.00
$70.00
$50.00
$65.00
$55.00
$40.00
$135.00
Vnit
rer hour
rer hour
rer hour
rer hour
rer hour
Per hour
Per hour
Per hour
rer hour
Per hour
Per hour
rer day
Schedule J·HazMat Labor
Hazardous Materials EquipmentiMaterials Price Schedule
Supplmental/Ancillary Service Fee Schedules: Pasadena, Te,.s (H-GAC-EUSA)
Description
250 gallion Poly Tank
Absorbant Boom -bags
Absorbant Pads - boxes
Air Compresor 185 cfm
Air Compresor Small
No.
HZMOI
HZM02
HZM03
HZM04
HZM05
HZM06
HZM07
HZM08
HZM09
HZMIO
HZMII
HZMI2
HZM13
HZMI4
HZMI5
HZMI6
HZMI7
HZMI8
HZMI9
HZM20
HZM21
HZM22
HZM23
HZM24
HZM25
HZM26
HZM27
HZM28
HZM29
HZM30
HZM31
HZM32
HZM33
HZM34
HZM35
HZM36
HZM37
HZM38
HZM39
HZM40
HZM41
HZM42
HZM43
HZM44
HZM45
HZM46
HZM47
HZM48
HZM49
HZM50
HZM51
HZM52
Air sampling Vacuum Pump
Bladder Pump
Cement - Bags
Centrifugal Pump/Hoses
Chain saws
Coil Rope
Concrete Saw
Conductivity, ph, thermometer Set
Contaminated Material - total tons
Core Drill w. 6" bit
Data Jogger with Transducers
Disposable 1 micron Filter
Dissolved Oxygen Meter
Double Ring Infiltrometer
Drum Roller compactor
Electric Hand Tools (drill, saw, sander etc)
Expiosimeter
Gas Chromatograph, portable
Ground Penertrating Radar.
Hand Auger
Hand Tools per employee
Harbour Boom
High Pressure Steam Cleaner
Mini Excavator
Oil Water probe
OVA
Plate Compactor
Ponar Dredge sampler
Portable Light stand
Portable Sampler (Peristaltic pump)
Safety Equipment Level C
Safety Equipment Level D
Sediment Sampler
Street Sweeper
Surveying Equipment
Teflon Bailer
Teflon Tubing
Traffic control Vests cones barriers etc
Turbidity Meter
Visqueen - Rolls
Water level Indicator
Well and Well screens
Well Point Install
WellPoint Rental
workboat w/o motor
YSI Meter! Multi meter
Personal Protective Equip., Level A (DuJ'Ont RS562T)
AshBritl, Inc.
Unit
Day
Each
Each
Day
Day
Day
Day
Each
Day_
Day
Each
Day
D~L
Tons
Day
Day
Each
Day
Day
Hour
Ea/day
Day
Day
Day
Day
Day
ftlday
Day
Hour
Day
Day
Day
Day
Day
Day
Day
Day
Day
Day
Day
Day
Foot
Day
Day
Each
Day
Each
Each
Day
Day
Day
Per Unit
Rate
$111.00
$132.00
$138.00
$130.00
$63.00
$37.00
$99.00
$44.00
$68.00
$78.00
$37.00
$71.00
$30,00
Cost + 23%
$146,00
$188.00
$26,00
$47.00
$86,00
$169.00
$16,00
$32,00
$498,00
$1,039.80
$14,00
$32.00
$3,00
$193.00
$58,00
$50,00
$203.00
$127.00
$68,00
$63.00
$68.00
$78.00
$156,00
$40.00
$780,00
$58.00
$11.00
$4.00
$86,00
$42.00
$136,00
$48.00
Cost + 23%
Cost + 23%
C05t+ 23%
$130.00
$130.00
$895,00
Schedule K-HazMat Equip
)
Hazardous Materials Equipment/Materials Price Schedule
Supplmental/Ancillary Service !'ee Schedules: Pasadena, Tens (H-GAC-EUSA)
No.
HZM53
HZM54
HZM55
HZM56
HZM57
HZM58
HZM59
HZM60
HZM61
HZM62
HZM63
HZM64
·HZM65
HZM66
HZM67
HZM68
HZM69
HZM70
HZM71
HZM72
HZM73
HZM74
HZM75
HZM76
HZM77
HZM78
HZM79
HZM80
HZM81
HZM82
HZM83
HZM84
HZM85
HZM86
HZM87
HZM88
HZM89
HZM90
HZM91
HZM92
HZM93
HZM94
HZM95
HZM96
HZM97
HZM98
HZM99
HZMIOO
HZMIOI
HZMlO2
HZMlO3
HZMI04
Description
Unit
Personal Protective Equip., Level B (Dupont R3123T)
Personal Protective Equip., Level C (Dupont C2127T)
Cascade
Air -._Filtration
Panel
.--._-
Per Unit
Per Unit
Oat .
Day
Day
Per Kit
Air Filtration Panel
Airline Respirator
High Hazard Personnel Deccontamination
Low Hazard Personnel Decontamination
Personnel Retreival System
Personnel
RetreivaJ
- . -- ... Harness
Combustible Gas Indicator
Toxic Gas Detector
Photoionization Dectector
Hazmat Kit
Hand Auger. Stainless Steel
Hand Ogerated Transfer Pump
I" Diaphram Pump (I")
2" Diaphram Pump (2")
2" Diaphram Pump S.S. (2" S.S.)
3" Diaphram Pump (3 ")
6" Diaphram Pump (6")
1If Suction or Discharge Hose (1 ")
2" Suction or Discharge Hose (2")
3" Suction or Discharge Hose (3")
6" Suction or Discharge Hose (6")
2" Chemical Suction or Discharge Hose (2")
3" Chemical Suction or Discharge Hose (3 11 )
6" Chemical Suction or Discharge Hose: (6")
Diesel Powered Generator 60-80kw
Electrical Cord Station 50'
Spike Bar
Air/ess Spray (With operator)
Pressure Washer (With operator)
Waterhose Section (Garden)
Cutting Torch (With operator)
Wire Welder (With operator)
Air Blower (With operator)
HEPA Vac (With operator)
Barrel Cart
Wheelbarrow
Oil Dry Spreader
Traffic Control Vest, Cones, Flags, Barrels, etc
Drill wi Bits
Grounding Cable and Rod
Circular Saw
Hand Tool per employee *(shovels, brooms etc. )
Tool Kit (Hammers, Pliers, Screwdrivers)
Wrench Kit (Bung wrench. speed, etc)
Step Ladder
Extension Ladder
Photographic Equipment
Level A Suit (Kappler Responder)
Level B Suit (Kappler Responder)
AshBritt, Inc.
Per Kit
-
Day
Day.
Day
Day
Day
Day
OIlY
Day
Day
Day
Day
Day
Day
Day
Day
Day
Day
Day
Day
Day
Day
Day
Each
Day
Day
Each
Day
Day
Day
Day
Day
Day
Day
Day
Day
Day
Day
Day
Day
Day
Day
Day
Day
Each
Each
Rate
$395.00
$195.00
$140.00
$55.00
$210.00
$40.00
$15.00
$140.00
$24.00
$75.00
$150.00
$110.00
$325.00
$20.00
$65.00
$125.00
$160.00
$275.00
$250.00
$1,280.00
$46.00
$70.00
$90.00
$145.00
$140.00
$180.00
$650.00
$245.00
$35.00
$40.00
$275.00
$255.00
$35.00
$175.00
$225.00
$175.00
$480.00
$15.00
$15.00
$18.00
$225.00
$40.00
$15.00
$30.00
$30.00
$45.00
$25.00
$9.50
$11.50
$125.00
$800.00
$350.00
Schedule
K~HazMat
Equip
•
Hazardous Materials EquipmentIMaterials Price Schedule
Supplmental/Anciliary Service Fee Schedules: Pasadena, Texas
No.
HZMIOS
HZMI06
HZMI07
-- ----HZMI08
HZI'yf109
HZMIIO
HZMJlI
HZMI12
HZMIJ3
HZMI14
HZMI15
HZMI16
HZMJl7
HZMI18
HZMI19
HZMI20
HZMI21
HZMI22
HZMI23
HZMI24
HZMI2S
HZMI26
HZMI27
HZMI28
HZMI29
HZM130
HZMI31
HZMJ32
HZMJ33
HZMJ34
HZMI35
HZM136
HZMJ37
HZM138
HZMJ39
HZMI40
HZMI41
HZMI42
HZMI43
HZMI44
HZMI45
HZMI46
t1ZM147
HZMI48
(H-GAC-~USA)
Description
Unit
Level C Suit (Kappler Responder)
Tyvek Coveralls (DuPont)
Proshield(DuPont r-.lGI~7s)
Saranex (DuPont SLl27T)
Acid Suit
Rain Suit
Each
Each
Each
Each
Each
Each
Pair
Pair
. .
.
.
-
.
Neoprene Gloves, Pair
Nitrile Gloves, Pair
Silvershied
.. _- ._-- -- -..
- Gloves
.PVC Gloves
Cotton or Latex Gloves
Leather Work Gloves
PVC Boots (Haz Mat)
Boot Covers
Hearing Protection
Detector Tubes
Ph Paper
Spill Classifier
Re~pirator Airline 50' Section
Re~_irator Cartridges
Handheld Radios
S",IO' Absorbent Boom-Petroleum (CEP-WBSIO)
8"x I 0' Absorbent Boom-Petroleum (CEP- WB81O)
3", 12' Absorbent Boom-Universal (CEP-HAZSOCIO)
Absorbent Pads Bundle-Petroleum (CEP-WPJOOH or equal)
Absorbent Pads Bundle-Universal (CEP-OPPI5 or equal)
Oil Dry (CEP-FLABSO or equal)
Peat Moss (CEPEXSORB or equal)
Vermiculite (CEP-VERM4 or equal)
Soda Ash Bag (CEP-SODASH or equal)
4 mil20xl00 polyethlene (4 mil)
6 mil20xl00 polyethlene (6 mil)
6 mil bags (6 mil)
Duct Tape (N/A)
55 Gallon Drum Overoak (CEP-1230YE or equal)
55 Gallon Drum Liners (10 mil)
Fiber Drums (55 gallon)
30 Gallon Overpak (CEP-1230YE or equal)
95 Gallon Overpak (CEP-1237YE or equal)
DOT Hazardous Waste Lables (DOT)
Fire Extinguisher
Caution/Hazard Tape
.
-
.
Rate
$225.00
$8.00
$7.00
$30.00
$95.00
$3S.00
$12.00
$8.00
$12.00
$3.25
$1.00
$12.50
$32.50
$8.00
$0.40
$18.00
$25.00
$IS.OO
$17S.00
$3S.00
$75.00
$105.00
$IS5.00
$70.00
$87.50
$132.50
$IS.OO
$35.00
$30.00
$30.00
$70.25
$89.00
$92.00
$S.OO
$110.00
$II.2S
$55.00
$115.00
$275.00
$35.00
$7S.00
$9.25
$20.00
$15.00
Pair
----~-
Respirator Wipes
ChemTage, 10' roll (Kappler)
Pair
Pair
Pair
Pair
Pair
Pair
Each
Pack
Each
Each
Pair
Each
Bale of4
Bale of4
Bale of4
Bundle
Bundle
Bag (40Ib)
Bag
Bag
Bag
Roll
Roll
Case
Roll
Each
Each
Each
Each
Each
Box
Each
Roll
Box
Roll
Note:
Any other equipment used by subcontractor will be charged at Subcontractor rate plus 23% (or negotiated, TBD).
Fuel surcharges may apply (negotiable at time ofNTP).
AshBritt. Inc.
Schedule
K~HazMat
Equip