Homestead Housing Authority
29355 South Federal Highway,
Homestead, FL 33033
Homestead Housing Authority is accepting sealed proposals for the restoration of an
existing unit (see Scope of Work) to be received by Mr. Shane R. White, Sr., at the
main office, address listed above, until 12:00 PM, June 23rd, 2023.
The Contractor will be required to visit the site in order to familiarize himself /
herself with the existing conditions, verify the exact unit size, layout and areas that
were damaged by the fire so that he / she can then perform their own material
quantity take -off and prepare an itemized breakdown ( Schedule of Value) for both
material and labor cost associated with the necessary work.
Please contact Joaquin Chirino, Facilities Manager at 786-367-5944 to schedule a
EXHIBIT “A” SCOPE OF WORK
The following is a list related to the necessary SCOPE OF WORK for the restoration of an existing
3 bedroom / 1 bath residential duplex unit of approximately 1,050 square feet. The unit is located
at 15721 SW 295th Street. The unit is on the east half of an existing duplex building that was
recently damaged due to fire. The interior of the west unit was not impacted by the fire therefore
is not part of the restoration work descried herein unless described herein.
The following is a list of the initial demolition work / restoration that needs to be performed to
the unit in order to repair / restore said unit to its original condition prior to the fire. The
contractor shall try to match and / or provide equal or equivalent finishes, cabinetry / millwork,
lighting, hardware, bathroom fixtures and trim accessories as necessary to those that currently
exist within the unit.
- Removal as necessary of interior drywall surfaces on walls and headers that have been
damaged by the fire. All ceiling drywall throughout the unit shall be removed. Metal stud
partitions to remain. Contractor shall be extremely careful in removing existing drywall in
order to minimize damage to existing metal stud partitions, metal furring studs / ceiling
channels that remain.
- Removal of all wood baseboards, flooring / wall materials including ceramic tile within
existing bathroom (if necessary), rigid insulation on exterior walls, batt insulation within
wall cavity and roof insulation in attic areas.
- All millwork within unit including kitchen cabinets and bathroom cabinet. Bathroom
fixtures including tub, toilet and lavatory (if necessary).
- All interior pre-hung wood doors, bi-fold doors. Jambs and casings. Exterior metal doors
and frames are existing to remain.
- Vinyl coated shelving within all closets.
- All light fixtures, a/c diffusers, all a/c and ventilation ductwork within attic, smoke
detectors, a/c thermostat, door chime unit. All electrical, telephone and tv trim and cover
plates. Existing romex wiring, telephone and cable wiring to remain unless damaged by
- Air Conditioning unit including air handler, compressor and refrigeration lines.
- All windows including marble sills.
- Pressure clean the entire building’s exterior including walls, soffits and overhang prior to
sealing and re-painting the entire exterior of the building.
Once all demolition work is completed and inspected by both Owner and local authorities, the
contractor shall then proceed with all of the restoration work including all labor and materials
necessary to restore the unit to its original condition. Please refer to unit’s floor plan being
provided depicting approximate layout and dimensions of the existing unit.
The Contractor will be required to visit the site in order to familiarize himself / herself with the
existing conditions, verify the exact unit size, layout and areas that were damaged by the fire so
that he / she can then perform their own material quantity take -off and prepare an itemized
breakdown ( Schedule of Value) for both material and labor cost associated with the necessary
Contractor will be responsible for all the cost associated with hauling away all demolition
construction debris, building department inspections, building permit fees for sub-contractors,
materials testing (if required), a/c test and balance fees. Owner will pay for master permit and
impact fees only if applicable.
Contractor will be required to submit samples to Owner for his review and approval including but
not limited to flooring materials, kitchen / bathroom millwork, bathroom fixtures & accessories
(if applicable), pre-hung doors, windows, baseboard, closet shelving, wall texture finish,
insulation, paint colors, etc.
This project will be Federally Assisted Through the USDA Rural Development Administration
and as such, bidders must comply with all applicable Federal, State and Local Laws and
Ordinance. The Owner reserves the right to waive or reject any and all bids, or waive any and all