Standard Conditions for Excavation Subcontract:
Unless specifically stated in the quotation or statement of work, all dirt, trees and brush removed during excavation will remain on the job site. Dirt removal and landscape repair must be a separate line item.
Buyer/Prime Contractor is responsible for clearly marking all utilities and other pipes and cables prior to excavation.
Buyer/Prime Contractor is responsible for water damage that occurs to existing house wall/foundation prior to completion of excavation and footer/foundation construction on the job site.
Objects or soil conditions unearthed during excavation that exceed the capability of the equipment used for the job will be subject to separate negotiations.
If the contract is terminated for any reason, Buyer/Prime Contractor is responsible to pay for all costs incurred up to time of termination.
Tasks added to the scope of work must be agreed to in writing and priced prior to beginning of work on the added task.
All changes in scope must be separately priced and accepted by both parties prior to incorporation into the contract.
Buyer/Contractor must provide approved access to the job site for the equipment needed for the performance of the contract.
Buyer/Prime Contractor accepts that some disturbance of ground near excavation will occur as a result of normal operation of equipment. Landscaping repairs are not included unless separately priced as a part of the excavation contract.
Should a concrete pump be required by the customer/contractor due to limitations placed on the concrete truck’s access, it must be separately priced.
Standard Conditions for Demolition :
Owner/Buyer responsible for local permits.
Owner/Buyer responsible for having utilities clearly marked.
Owner/buyer accepts some disturbance of ground near demolition will occur as a result of normal operations of equipment. Reasonable precautions will be taken to minimize damage to areas not intended to be demolished but repair/replacement of unintended damage to job site is not included in this contract.
If the contract is terminated for any reason, Owner/Buyer is responsible to pay for all costs incurred up to time of termination.
Additional tasks added to the scope of work must be agreed to in writing and priced prior to beginning the added task, including repair of disturbed ground around the job site.
Objects or conditions discovered during the demolition that exceed the capability of the equipment planned and provided for the job shall be subject to separate negotiations.
All estimates for concrete slab demolition assume slab thickness of 4”. Slabs over 4” thickness are subject to price adjustment.
All materials included in the demolition contract will be removed from the job site. All other items removed from the job site require separate pricing.
If fill dirt is required and included in the price, UEInc. will perform compaction at time of installation, but is not responsible for settlement that may take place over time.
Standard Conditions for Roll Off Service :
No load higher than top of can.
No tanks, fuel cans.
No asbestos, tires, liquids, household waste, paint or hazmat.
Customer responsible for any on site damage cost associated with placing or removing can.
Customer responsible for cost of overloaded cans and any damage to can while on site.