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addendum 2

WAL-MART STORES, INC. * 2001 S.E. 10TH STREET * BENTONVILLE, AR 72716--0550

DATE: June 28, 2011

TO:

ALL GENERAL CONTRACTORS BIDDING

FROM:

Charlie Obenshain

CONTRACT ADMINISTRATOR

SUBJECT: PROPOSED WAL-MART Construct a new ramp & hinged slab

#909-500 Chalmette, LA

ADDENDUM # Two

This Addendum is an integral part of the contract documents and shall be treated as such.

Contractor shall acknowledge receipt of this Addendum on the Bid Form.

Please note that Exhibit K to the contract has been revised as noted in the attached Exhibit K

sample. Also, the Owner furnished Out to Bid Default Documents have been revised to include the

below list of documents which are also included as part of this addendum.

01 Change Request Procedures to Prepare for Submittal 2011.06.27.doc

02 Change Request Instructions 2011.06.27.doc

03 Mixed Crew Hourly Labor Rate Workbook 2011.06.27.xls

04 Change Request Submittal Workbook 2011.06.27.xlsm

05 Change Request Unforeseen Change Procedures 2011.06.27.doc

06 Unforeseen Condition or Time and Material Forms 2011.06.27.xls

End of Addendum # Two.


Procedures To Prepare Change Requests For Submittal And Approval

1. Change Requests are to be submitted via the on-line Change Request tool provided by Evoco.

2. The General Contractor must review all Change Request documents submitted by Subcontractors

and “Sub-subcontractors,” including suppliers and third party vendors, including a copy of the notice,

cost, quantities, overall accuracy, fairness and scope of work. Include all support documentation and

calculations.

3. Change Requests must be submitted per the Construction Agreement between Owner and

Contractor Article 3.3, Special Conditions for Walmart Stores, Inc. Construction Paragraph 16.A, and

Articles 1, 3 and 16 in the General Conditions.

4. For all projects with a base bid contract of $1 Million or greater, the crew labor rate package will be

required. See the attached Mixed Crew Hourly Labor Rate Workbook for instructions.

5. All Change Requests must be properly itemized and supported by sufficient substantiating data to

permit evaluation. Specifically, this requires the change proposal estimates to be submitted in the

format specified in the document titled “Change Request Instructions”.

6. Per Article 3.1.3 of the General Conditions, Walmart may request additional information to permit

complete evaluation of a submitted Change Request. After a 14 day period, Walmart will make a

determination of validity and final pricing based on the merits of all information provided.

7. The Change Request will be routed and approved electronically.

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On – Line Change Request Instructions

Change Requests are to be submitted in such a way as to allow a reasonable person to

understand the validity and value of the requested changed amount based on the attached

documentation alone. As such, all Change Requests must be properly itemized and supported by

sufficient substantiating data to permit evaluation.

The Change Request submission must clearly show how the described scope of work exceeds

the original bid scope. The Change Requests should be valued as if the Contractor was placing a

bid for the scope of work included in the Change Request.

Specifically, the Change Requests must include the following information:

1. Online Change Request Form: The scope of work must be summarized in the space

provided. Detail what event caused the change in the scope of work, such as a CCD, or

discovery of any unforeseen condition. Reference all applicable documents and drawings,

and include all relevant dates. Include the description of the work. Providing the CCD

number will not be sufficient without a description.

2. On-Line Change Request Attachments: The on-line Evoco Change Request tool allows the

Contractor to upload documentation to support the Change Request. In order to facilitate the

quickest processing of your Change Request, upload all documents in the same format in

which it was provided (e.g. An EXCEL sheet as an EXCEL sheet). Submitting documents in

a different format delays the review significantly. The supporting documentation is as follows:

a. Change Request Scope Narrative Description: This letter is a separate, detailed narrative

to fully explain all work elements in the Change Request. It must summarize the cost of

the change and give a thorough explanation of the scope of work. It can be in paragraph

form or in bullet points. This letter must clearly define how the scope of work to be

performed exceeds the scope of work as defined in the original bid and any previous

Change Requests. This letter must be a stand alone document in that it explains the

basis of the Change Request without relying on the reader having any prior knowledge of

the project.

b. Preliminary Change Request Budget (PCR): This document is housed in the Evoco

Change Request tool and does not need to be submitted separately.

c. Authorization to Proceed: This document gives authorization to proceed with the scope of

work detailed in the PCR. It is housed in the Evoco Change Request tool and does not

need to be submitted separately. The General Contractor is required to provide any

amendments made to the original ATP via email or other forms under this item.

d. RFI and RFI response: (If applicable). All unforeseen condition Change Requests must

include an RFI response pertaining to the treatment of the unforeseen condition that

exceeds the original scope of work.

e. CCD/SCD Narrative (If applicable). Attach the narrative, excluding any attachments. It is

good practice to provide a date stamp on the cover sheet for reference of date when the

General Contractor received.

f. Original Schedule: This schedule was approved by the Construction Manager at the

beginning of the project and must be included with any time related Change Request or

claim.

g. Revised/Updated/Acceleration Schedule: This schedule was approved by the

Construction Manager at the time that the PCR was submitted and must be included with

any time related Change Request or claim.

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h. Change Request Cost Summary: This form is a part of the Change Request Submittal

Workbook. This three page Excel spreadsheet summarizes all the costs by

Subcontractors, Sub-Subcontractors and Suppliers, which are submitted under this

change. It must be attached as an Excel document, in the format in which it was

provided.

i. General Contractor’s and Subcontractor’s Work Summary: This form is a part of the

Change Request Submittal Workbook. The General Contractor will require the

Subcontractor to complete this form and attach back-up. The General Contractor must

complete this form for all self-performed work. No cost itemized in the summary will be

allowed without full and complete back-up. The form must be attached as an Excel

document, in the format in which it was provided. Provide reference to plans, details,

narrative, etc to better breakout and help indicate portions of work.

i. Must summarize the cost of the change and give a thorough, detailed explanation of

the scope of work. It can be in paragraph form or in bullet points.

ii.

iii.

This includes current market pricing on material, quotes on supplier letterhead for

major items are required, labor hours for each item of work performed, approved

crew labor rates or labor rates with complete back-up, and owned equipment costs

based on the Equipment Watch Rental Rate Blue Book. No lump sum pricing is

allowed on this form, and all materials shall be itemized to show UOM, quantity, and

cost per unit.

Price work by drawings and details. This is especially necessary for electricians and

HVAC, plumbing and sprinkler Subcontractors and will make it easier for Walmart to

relate the cost to a specific piece of work. Highlight the drawings to show the specific

change.

j. Unforeseen Conditions or Time and Material Form: Include only for an unforeseen

condition or time and material Change Request. This report identifies the daily resources

used to remedy an unforeseen condition. All actual costs in this unforeseen conditions or

Time and Materials form must be substantiated with regards to material cost, labor cost,

and equipment cost. All unit rates or costs agreed to in the Authorization to Proceed letter

must be adhered to. This report rolls up to the Subcontractor’s Work Summary. The form

must be attached as an Excel document, in the format in which it was provided.

k. Labor Rate Sheets:

i. For all projects with a base bid contract of $1 Million or greater, the crew labor rate

package will be required. See the attached Mixed Crew Hourly Labor Rate

Workbook for instructions.

ii.

iii.

If the crew labor rate package was reviewed by Walmart and approved at the

beginning of the project, provide only the crew rate summary sheet signed by the

General Contractor and Estimating Manager. This form is a part of the Change

Request Submittal Workbook.

If the crew labor rate package was not used, the Subcontractor must complete the

Walmart labor rate form for all trades associated with a change. This form is a part of

the Change Request Submittal Workbook. Additionally, the Subcontractor must

provide back-up that proves the rate to be correct. For union Contractors, the union

labor agreement must be attached and for non-union Contractors, a certified payroll

must be attached. Additional documents verifying state insurance rates (SUTA) and

worker’s compensation insurance rates must also be attached. This must be

submitted with each Change Request even if it has been previously submitted with

another Change Request on the same project. No per diems, tools, trucks, or travel

costs are allowed in the hourly wage calculation. Refer to Mixed Crew Hourly Labor

Rate Workbook Requirements tab or Remodel Projects Labor Rate Workbook

Requirements tab for additional explanation on acceptable benefits and burdens.

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l. Material Quotes: All major materials that are included in this Change Request must be

accompanied by a material quote on the supplier's letterhead.

m. Walmart Consultant Reports for unforeseen conditions must be collected by the General

Contractor and submitted with the Change Request. The required reports will be outlined

in the Authorization to Proceed letter. Place these in the section with the applicable

Subcontractor.

n. Superintendent Daily Reports must be submitted for any unforeseen condition, or as

agreed to in the Authorization to Proceed letter. Organize the reports so that they are

included in the appropriate Subcontractor’s documentation.

o. Equipment Watch Rental Rate Blue Book spreadsheet form gives the format showing the

acceptable calculations for specific pieces of equipment. These must be submitted for

any Contractor owned piece of equipment anticipated for use in the Change Request. Do

not include labor (operators) in equipment rates. For leased equipment, include rental

agreement, invoice, or quote.

p. Drawings and Sketches: Any drawings, illustrations, photographs, or edited copies of the

plans or specifications that may assist in explaining the basis of the change should be

included. Assume that the reviewer of the Change Request knows nothing about the

project or the Change Request; thus, the General Contractor and Subcontractor must

submit drawings and sketches (as necessary) that highlight the specific changes. Make

notes on the drawings and sketches that easily identify the changed work.

q. Color Photographs are necessary if a drawing or sketch does not adequately convey the

scope or complexity of the change. Photos should include the time and date as part of

the image. Identify the location of all photos.

r. Note: The General Contractor and Subcontractor are encouraged to submit all of their

calculations in a format that is easy to follow. The easier it is to follow how the estimate

was developed, the easier it will be to approve the Change Request.

It is the General Contractor’s responsibility to review all aspects of the Change Request (to

include the Sub-contractors’ documentation) for compliance with the above noted guidelines. The

GC shall confirm scope of work, labor hours and rates, material quantities and rates, and

equipment used and rates.

Walmart Construction and Estimating reserves the right to request any reasonable, additional

information, which will assist in the review of each change.

Change Requests must be treated and priced in the same manner as a bid – that is, they must be

an estimated cost based on the work that is added or deleted from the original scope of work. All

estimates must be justified as detailed above. As an exception, the Construction Manager may

stipulate that a change be priced on a unit cost basis or on a time and material basis. This will be

indicated on the Authorization to Proceed document. Unit costs submitted at bid time shall include

all overhead and profit, fees, and additional costs associated with scope of work and Contractor,

Subcontractors and Sub-subcontractors are not entitled to any other overhead, profit or fees or

additional costs. Owner’s acceptance of a unit price including, without limitation, material prices,

labor rates and equipment rates, shall not be deemed an acceptance of that unit price on other

Change Requests and Owner reserves its right to reject that unit price on other Change

Requests.

The bid form, that the General Contractor used to submit his bid, states the overhead and profit

allowed on Change Requests. Contractor and Subcontractor mark-up on the final charge costs

associated with a Change Request are only permitted as specifically set forth in Section 3.1.8 of

the Construction Contract. Negotiated projects may differ per the agreement.

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A Change Request may be initiated by one of the following conditions:

1. One of Walmart’s consultants issues a Construction Change Directive (CCD) or a Site

Change Directive (SCD) that alters the scope of work of the contract, or

2. The Contractor identifies an unforeseen condition and verifies its validity with the Walmart

Construction Manager (CM) (The Contractor must generate and RFI for direction on how

to proceed) or,

3. The local authorities including building departments, inspectors, fire departments, etc,

identify a code or other issue and requests work to be performed which was not included

in the original scope of work, (The Contractor must generate an RFI detailing the results of

the inspection, and receive a response from the engineer confirming that additional work

must be performed) or,

4. Other as indicated in writing from and approved by the Wal-Mart Construction Manager.

After the discovery of a condition or receipt of instruction that change the original scope of work,

the Contractor has 7 days to submit a Preliminary Change Request budget (PCR). The PCR is a

best, quick, rough order of magnitude estimate of the probable cost of the change; it is not

binding on either party. The primary purpose of the PCR is to alert Walmart that a Change

Request is coming and that there is a cost associated with the change.

Following receipt of the PCR, Walmart will either issue the Contractor a form giving Authorization

to proceed with the scope of work outlined in the PCR, or will issue the Contractor a form giving

Notice Not to Proceed with the scope of work outlined in the PCR. The Authorization to Proceed

form only validates that Walmart wishes the Contractor to perform the scope of work outlined in

the PCR. It does not authorize any change in the contract sum. The Authorization to Proceed

(ATP) must be signed by the Construction Manager and/or Construction Director before work is

started. Upon receipt of the ATP verify what scope was authorized and how the Change Request

is to be priced.

Regardless of when the Contractor receives the Authorization to Proceed, the Contractor has an

additional 30 days from the date the PCR is signed to submit a fully documented Change

Request to Wal-Mart for evaluation. If the change request is not submitted within the 30 day

period, the on-line Change Request tool will close out that PCR. The Contractor may request an

extension be granted by the Construction Manager. Please review the “Construction Agreement

between Owner and Contractor” Article 3, Clause 3.3 for further information on this.

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03 Mixed Crew Hourly Labor Rate Workbook 2011.06.27_v1.xls

Wal-Mart Stores, Inc.

Mixed Crew Hourly Labor Rates Workbook v4

valid beginning June 1, 2010

Instructions

i Procedures

ii Requirements

iii Checklist

Examples

iv Example Labor Rate Sheet

v Example Workers Comp

vi Example SUTA

Summaries

1 Project Information

2 CSI Status

3 Final Accepted Rates

Labor Rate Sheets

4 Site Work - Mass Excavation

5 Pavement

6 Concrete

7 Building - Masonry

8 Building - Steel Erectors

9 Building - Carpentry

10 Building - Roofing

11 Building - Painting

12 Fire Protection

13 Mechanical - Plumbing

14 Mechanical - Refrigeration

15 Mechanical - HVAC

16 Electrical

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Steps to follow to complete a crew labor rate sheet:

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Wal-Mart Stores, Inc. - Construction

Computation of Mixed Crew Hourly Labor Rate

1 Identify the exact trade(s) to perform the task. Crew Labor Rate requirement applies to all General Contractors and

Subcontractors performing labor on the project. At this time, only submit rates for trades listed in this workbook.

2 PROJECT INFORMATION TAB:

Fill in the name of the person who will manage the labor rate process for your company.

Enter the subcontractors you will use for each trade. Select the backup type you will provide for each trade - payroll history

or union agreement.

3 TRADE SPECIFIC TABS:

Under Classification, input the crew you are utilizing for base contract work.

The Number of Craft and Basic Hourly Rate are to be completed based on base contract work crew. Enter No. of Craft

quantity only, and productive hours field will populate.

Foreman No. of Craft stays at .33 with Productive Hours at 1.

The Base Crew Rate or Total Crew Rate per Hour will automatically calculate once the information is entered correctly.

Fringe Benefits shall be entered as Percentage (%) or as Hourly Rates according to the backup. The Total Fringe Benefits

will be automatically calculated. Refer to Fringe Benefits on the Requirements tab for more details.

FICA and FUTA will automatically adjust to the calculated Base Crew Rate. Please do not adjust. SUTA and Worker’s

Compensation must be entered as a percentage for each rate. The rates are required to be supported with documentation.

Refer to Fixed Benefits on the Requirements tab for more details.

Once the Base Crew Rate, Fringe Benefits, and Fixed Burdens are all entered correctly, a Total Hourly Rate will be

calculated automatically to include Straight time, Time & One Half, and Double time rates. Total Hourly Rate is the rate to

be charged per man hour spent on change order work.

Each Sub-Contractor will sign and date their own crew labor rate sheet. General Contractor will submit the crew labor rate

sheet along with all backup documentation to Walmart for final approval no later than two weeks after award.

Crew Labor Rate Package Submittal and Review Process:

1 It is the General Contractor's responsibility to validate the completeness and accuracy of the submittal before forwarding to

Walmart. Once all portions are correctly documented, a Principal for General Contractor will submit via email all Crew Labor

Rates and backup documentation to Walmart for final approval no later than two weeks after award.

Walmart Estimating will review the initial submittal and give feedback to the General Contractor on the CSI tab of the Crew

Labor Rate workbook. This will be the only feedback Walmart Estimating will issue, and after the second submittal, Walmart

Estimating will finalize crew labor rates based on all available valid backup documentation submitted to date. Once all crew

labor rates are correctly documented, a Walmart Regional Estimating Manager will review the entire package, and if no

further questions/concerns, Walmart will submit a Final Accepted Rates Sheet to the General Contractor for approval. Final

Accepted Rates Sheet will then be approved by Walmart Regional Estimating Manager to be utilized for change order

processing.

2 If a change order is submitted and it includes labor performed by the subcontractor for which the crew labor rate has not been

approved, Walmart Regional Estimating Manager and Construction Manager may at their sole discretion either assign a fair

and reasonable rate based on historical data available or request crew labor rate workbook to be submitted by the General

Contractor at that time. It is the General Contractor's responsibility to ensure crew labor rates are submitted and approved for

all trades performing work for the project no later than two weeks after award.

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3 Providing proper backup does not guarantee acceptance. Walmart Estimating reserves the right to reject rates not deemed

fair and reasonable for region of work.

The labor rates set forth herein shall not be subject to any increase for any reason whatsoever.

Note: Please verify that all formulas work.

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Computation of Mixed Crew Hourly Labor Rate

Base Rate:

A base rate is truly a base rate. No extra costs, such as small tools, travel, vehicles, vacation, liability, per diem, etc. will be

allowed to be added into this rate. The base rate will be accepted based on supporting documentationfrom Union agreements

or certified payroll reports only. Davis Bacon rates and state prevailing wage documentation is not allowed.

Fringe Benefits:

The US Department of Labor form can be utilized to submit a certified payroll report. In addition submit copies of month's

worth of payroll stubs and company's payroll report as backup to certified payroll. Payroll is required to be certified by a third

party such as a CPA. If a company belongs to a Union(s), a letter(s) of good standing from the Union shall be required, along

with the Union agreement indicating labor rates and benefits. The Union letter should state that its agreement governs the

Walmart project where the subcontractor is employed. Please ensure that the submitted Union agreement supports the

foreman's rate. Contractor shall support each rate and benefits listed on a crew labor rate sheet with a Union agreement.

A link to the US Dept of Labor form to use when certifying payroll is provided:

http://www.dol.gov/esa/whd/forms/wh347instr.htm

Fringe Benefits are personal benefits provided to the employee by the employer. Such benefits include: Health Insurance,

Dental, Vision, Pension, Training, and 401K. All benefits must be verified through proper documentation such as local Union

agreements, certified payroll reports, and invoices from insurance companies, investment companies, etc. Identify

deductions for benefits on payroll reports and pay stubs.

For non-union companies, only the Employer's side of fringe benefits will be included in crew labor rate calculation.Vacation,

Small tools, Travel, Vehicles, Uniform, Holiday Pay, Bonus pay, Sick pay, Bereavement pay, Per Diem, cell phones,Overhead

& Profit, etc. will not be included as a part of the crew labor rate sheet as these benefits have already been funded for the

base contract work. These costs would be entertained if the project encounters extended contract schedule.

Fixed Burdens:

The fixed burdens are:

FICA (Federal Insurance Contribution Act), which consists of 6.2% Social Security FICA Tax and 1.45% Medicare FICA tax,

will be assessed at 7.65% and shall not be changed.

FUTA (Federal Unemployment Tax) will be assessed at 0.8% and shall not be changed.

The SUTA (State Unemployment Tax) will require verification by submittal of documentation from the state’s tax commission.

Please ensure the appropriate SUTA rate is being submitted based on the location of work and that state's tax

requirements.

Worker’s Compensation will require verification of documentation from the company's insurance agency. Worker's

Compensation shall be submitted in the form of Comprehensive Schedule of Premium including payroll, manual rates,

premiums, and premium adjustments. (see Workers Comp Example tab)

Selecting a rate belonging to one classification is not acceptable.

Do not include General Liability or Excess Liability Insurance as it is funded as a part of the Change Order fee.

Time & One Half and Double time:

Time & One Half and Double time shall only be paid with written approval by authorized personnel from Wal-Mart. Fringe

Benefits will remain constant through the labor rate sheet. They should not be differentfrom Straight time through Double

time. The Fixed Benefits shall be adjusted as required, from Straight time through Double time.

Crew Rate:

A Mixed Crew Hourly Rate will include each trades crew make-up and size that is utilized for all Base Contract Work.

Note in the attached labor rate file all labor rates by trade will include a recommended make-up of a crew.

Only crew members doing 100% of the base contract work are allowed on the crew labor rate sheet.

Composite rates do not apply to superintendents or any other level of supervision.

Foreman time will be automatically adjusted to 1/3 of an hour under the No. Craft section on the Mixed Crew Hourly Labor

Rate Sheet. Follow Union agreement requirements for Apprentices and crew ratios to be used on a project.

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Wal-Mart Stores, Inc. - Construction

Mixed Crew Hourly Labor Rate Checklist

1 Crew Labor Rate Sheet completed and signed

Complete the crew labor rate sheet based on the crew size and make up used for

base contract work.

Union

Subcontractor

Non-Union

Subcontractor

2 Current Union Agreement(s) to show wages and benefits

Scan and email entire Union Agreement(s) for this project. All wages and benefits

listed in the crew labor rate sheet need to be supported. Benefits between Unions

shall be averaged out for the crew on the labor rate sheet.

Not Applicable

3 Union letter(s) of good standing

A letter from the Union confirming the member is a signatory and in good standing.

Not Applicable

4 SUTA Document showing the current SUTA rate for the company

A SUTA document clearly showing the SUTA rate for the company for the state the

project is located in. If SUTA for a different state is submitted please provide

clarification why.

5 Workers Compensation Schedule of Premiums

Ensure the document shows all premiums, classifications of work, rates, and

premium adjustments to the policy. If using a payroll company and are unable to

provide this document, a workers compensation rate generally seen for the trade

will be assigned by Wal-Mart.

6 US Department of Labor form filled out for certified payroll

Fill out this form completely based on the crew members used for base contract

work. Form is required to be signed by a third party such as a CPA. SSNs may be

crossed out.

Not Applicable

7 One month's worth of Payroll stubs and payroll reports /register

A previous month's worth of payroll reports/registers, along with pay stubs, showing

YTD amounts and deductions for each employee on the crew.

Not Applicable

8 Benefits invoices backup

If claiming allowed benefits, such as health, dental, pension, etc. provide provider

invoices documentation showing crew member names and premiums paid. Clearly

identify any deductions employees are paying for such benefits, as only company's

portion will be reimbursed.

Not Applicable

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Wal-Mart Stores, Inc. - Construction

Computation of Mixed Crew Hourly Labor Rate

Rogers

City

Trade

Carpenter

State

AR

General Contractor

Store

XYZ Construction, Inc. 1234

Subcontractor

From Through

ABC Carpentry, LLC

1/1/2001 final pay app

Classification No. Craft

Basic Hourly

Rate

Total Hourly Crew Cost

Foreman 0.33 $ 28.00

9.24

Journeyman 6 $ 24.00

144.00

Apprentice 2 $ 20.00

40.00

Helper/Laborer 0 $ -

-

Productive

Hours

$ 1.00

$ 6.00

$ 2.00

$ -

Base Crew

Rate

Total Crew Rate/Hr $ 193.24 9.00 $ 21.47

Fringe Benefits %

Amounts per

Hour

Fixed Burdens

Amount or %

Health & Welfare 1.00% $0.21 FICA 7.65% $ 1.64

Pension 0.50% $0.11 FUTA 0.80% $ 0.17

0.00% $0.00

0.00% $0.00 State Unemployment Tax 5.00% $ 1.07

0.00% $0.00 Worker's Comp 3.50% $ 0.75

0.00% $0.00

0.00% $0.00

Total Fringe Benefits 1.50% $0.32 Total Fixed Burdens 16.95% $ 3.64

Hourly Rate

Straight Time

Time & One

Half

Double Time

"A" Base crew rate $ 21.47

$ 32.21 $ 42.94

"B" Fringe Benefits $ 0.32

$ 0.32 $ 0.32

"C" Fixed burden $ 3.64

$ 5.46 $ 7.28

Total Hourly Rate (ADD "A" thru "C") $ 25.43

$ 37.99 $ 50.54

Contractor Acceptance

Walmart Acceptance

signature printed name date

signature printed name date

Only check one box and provide documentation for the one chosen

Local Union Agreement

Certified Payroll

NOTES:

1. Any items added to the Labor Description column above must be clearly defined. No abbreviations without a detailed

description will be allowed

2. Composite rates do not apply to superintendents or any other level of supervision, as this is included in the Base Contract

for the duration of the Project.

3. This form represents wage rate developed for a single type of work (ie; civil, concrete, building, mechanical, electrical).

4. Fringe benefits allowed on straight time only, to calculate time & one half and doubletime add

fringe benefits times straight time calculated rate only.

5. Labor Wage Rates above are cost only and no overheads and/or profit are to be calculated in these labor rate breakdown.

6. International Union wage rates must be substantiated with local wage rates agreements attached.

7. Justification of base rate, fringe benefits, worker's comp,state unemployment tax must be provided.

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8. To complete this form, reference "Requirements" and "Procedures" tabs to calculate crew rate.

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EXAMPLE

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Wal-Mart Stores, Inc.

Project Information

Gold cells must be populated by the General Contractor.

Store Number

Sequence Number

City

State

General Contractor

GC Labor Rate Representative

GC Labor Rate Representative Phone #

GC Labor Rate Representative Email

Labor Rates From Date (Award)

Labor Rates Through Date

Walmart Estimating Manager

final pay app

Subcontractor Information

List subcontractor used for each trade. If a trade is not used, leave the subcontractor cell empty.

DO NOT submit rates for trades not listed below. Select applicable rate type from drop down menu.

CSI Trade Subcontractor Rate Type

2 Site Work - Grading & Mass Excavation

2 Pavement

3 Concrete

4 Building - Masonry

5 Building - Steel Erectors

6 Building - Carpentry

7 Building - Roofing

9 Building - Painting

13 Fire Protection

15 Mechanical - Plumbing

15 Mechanical - Refrigeration

15 Mechanical - HVAC

16 Electrical

Labor rates for trades not listed above will be handled with related change orders.

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Store Status Date

Wal-Mart Stores, Inc. -

Mixed Crew Hourly Labor Rate Submittal Status From Through

CSI Trade Subcontractor

2 Site Work - Grading & Mass Excavation

2 Pavement

3 Concrete

4 Building - Masonry

5 Building - Steel Erectors

6 Building - Carpentry

7 Building - Roofing

9 Building - Painting

13 Fire Protection

15 Mechanical - Plumbing

15 Mechanical - Refrigeration

15 Mechanical - HVAC

16 Electrical

Contractor

Submittal Date

final pay app

Estimating

Received Date

Estimating

Accept/Reject

Date Estimating

Accepted Rate

Comments

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City State Store

Wal-Mart Stores, Inc. -

Approved Mixed Crew Hourly Labor Rates From Through

final pay app

CSI Trade Subcontractor Straight Time Time & One Half Rate Type

2 Site Work - Grading & Mass Excavation $ - $

-

2 Pavement $ - $

-

3 Concrete $ - $

-

4 Building - Masonry $ - $

-

5 Building - Steel Erectors $ - $

-

6 Building - Carpentry $ - $

-

7 Building - Roofing $ - $

-

9 Building - Painting $ - $

-

13 Fire Protection $ - $

-

15 Mechanical - Plumbing $ - $

-

15 Mechanical - Refrigeration $ - $

-

15 Mechanical - HVAC $ - $

-

16 Electrical $ - $

-

Walmart Estimator Acceptance

signature

Walmart Estimator Comments

printed name

date

Walmart Estimating Director Acceptance

signature

printed name

date

Contractor Acceptance

signature

printed name

date

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Computation of Mixed Crew Hourly Labor Rate

City

State

General Contractor

Store

0 0

0 -

Trade

Subcontractor

From Through

Site Work - Mass Excavation 0

1/0/1900 final pay app

Classification No. Craft

Basic Hourly

Rate

Total Hourly Crew Cost

Foreman 0.33 $ -

-

Journeyman 0 $ -

-

Helper/Laborer 0 $ -

-

Operator 0 $ -

-

Productive

Hours

$ 1.00

$ -

$ -

$ -

Base Crew

Rate

Total Crew Rate/Hr $ -

1.00 $ -

Fringe Benefits %

Amounts per

Hour

Fixed Burdens

Amount or %

0.00% $0.00 FICA 7.65% $ -

0.00% $0.00 FUTA 0.80% $ -

0.00% $0.00

0.00% $0.00 State Unemployment Tax 0.00% $ -

0.00% $0.00 Worker's Comp 0.00% $ -

0.00% $0.00

0.00% $0.00

Total Fringe Benefits 0.00% $0.00 Total Fixed Burdens 8.45% $ -

Hourly Rate

Straight Time

Time & One

Half

Double Time

"A" Base crew rate $ -

$ - $ -

"B" Fringe Benefits $ -

$ - $ -

"C" Fixed burden $ -

$ - $ -

Total Hourly Rate (ADD "A" thru "C") $ -

$ - $ -

Contractor Acceptance

Walmart Acceptance

signature printed name date

signature printed name date

Only check one box and provide documentation for the one chosen

Local Union Agreement

Certified Payroll

NOTES:

1. Any items added to the Labor Description column above must be clearly defined. No abbreviations without a detailed

description will be allowed

2. Composite rates do not apply to superintendents or any other level of supervision, as this is included in the Base Contract

for the duration of the Project.

3. This form represents wage rate developed for a single type of work (ie; civil, concrete, building, mechanical, electrical).

4. Fringe benefits allowed on straight time only, to calculate time & one half and doubletime add

fringe benefits times straight time calculated rate only.

5. Labor Wage Rates above are cost only and no overheads and/or profit are to be calculated in these labor rate breakdown.

6. International Union wage rates must be substantiated with local wage rates agreements attached.

7. Justification of base rate, fringe benefits, worker's comp,state unemployment tax must be provided.

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8. To complete this form, reference "Requirements" and "Procedures" tabs to calculate crew rate.

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Computation of Mixed Crew Hourly Labor Rate

City

State

General Contractor

Store

0 0

0 -

Trade

Subcontractor

From Through

Pavement 0

1/0/1900 final pay app

Classification No. Craft

Basic Hourly

Rate

Total Hourly Crew Cost

Foreman 0.33 $ -

-

Raker 0 $ -

-

Shoveler 0 $ -

-

Helper/Laborer 0 $ -

-

Operator 0 $ -

-

Productive

Hours

$ 1.00

$ -

$ -

$ -

$ -

Base Crew

Rate

Total Crew Rate/Hr $ -

1.00 $ -

Fringe Benefits %

Amounts per

Hour

Fixed Burdens

Amount or %

0.00% $0.00 FICA 7.65% $ -

0.00% $0.00 FUTA 0.80% $ -

0.00% $0.00

0.00% $0.00 State Unemployment Tax 0.00% $ -

0.00% $0.00 Worker's Comp 0.00% $ -

0.00% $0.00

0.00% $0.00

Total Fringe Benefits 0.00% $0.00 Total Fixed Burdens 8.45% $ -

Hourly Rate

Straight Time

Time & One

Half

Double Time

"A" Base crew rate $ -

$ - $ -

"B" Fringe Benefits $ -

$ - $ -

"C" Fixed burden $ -

$ - $ -

Total Hourly Rate (ADD "A" thru "C") $ -

$ - $ -

Contractor Acceptance

Walmart Acceptance

signature printed name date

signature printed name date

Only check one box and provide documentation for the one chosen

Local Union Agreement

Certified Payroll

NOTES:

1. Any items added to the Labor Description column above must be clearly defined. No abbreviations without a detailed

description will be allowed

2. Composite rates do not apply to superintendents or any other level of supervision, as this is included in the Base Contract

for the duration of the Project.

3. This form represents wage rate developed for a single type of work (ie; civil, concrete, building, mechanical, electrical).

4. Fringe benefits allowed on straight time only, to calculate time & one half and doubletime add

fringe benefits times straight time calculated rate only.

5. Labor Wage Rates above are cost only and no overheads and/or profit are to be calculated in these labor rate breakdown.

6. International Union wage rates must be substantiated with local wage rates agreements attached.

7. Justification of base rate, fringe benefits, worker's comp,state unemployment tax must be provided.

6/28/2011 Pavement


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8. To complete this form, reference "Requirements" and "Procedures" tabs to calculate crew rate.

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Computation of Mixed Crew Hourly Labor Rate

City

State

General Contractor

Store

0 0

0 -

Trade

Subcontractor

From Through

Concrete - Foundations 0

1/0/1900 final pay app

Classification No. Craft

Basic Hourly

Rate

Total Hourly Crew Cost

Foreman 0.33 $ -

-

Journeyman 0 $ -

-

Apprentice 0 $ -

-

Helper/Laborer 0 $ -

-

Productive

Hours

$ 1.00

$ -

$ -

$ -

Base Crew

Rate

Total Crew Rate/Hr $ -

1.00 $ -

Fringe Benefits %

Amounts per

Hour

Fixed Burdens

Amount or %

0.00% $0.00 FICA 7.65% $ -

0.00% $0.00 FUTA 0.80% $ -

0.00% $0.00

0.00% $0.00 State Unemployment Tax 0.00% $ -

0.00% $0.00 Worker's Comp 0.00% $ -

0.00% $0.00

0.00% $0.00

Total Fringe Benefits 0.00% $0.00 Total Fixed Burdens 8.45% $ -

Hourly Rate

Straight Time

Time & One

Half

Double Time

"A" Base crew rate $ -

$ - $ -

"B" Fringe Benefits $ -

$ - $ -

"C" Fixed burden $ -

$ - $ -

Total Hourly Rate (ADD "A" thru "C") $ -

$ - $ -

Contractor Acceptance

Walmart Acceptance

signature printed name date

signature printed name date

Only check one box and provide documentation for the one chosen

Local Union Agreement

Certified Payroll

NOTES:

1. Any items added to the Labor Description column above must be clearly defined. No abbreviations without a detailed

description will be allowed

2. Composite rates do not apply to superintendents or any other level of supervision, as this is included in the Base Contract

for the duration of the Project.

3. This form represents wage rate developed for a single type of work (ie; civil, concrete, building, mechanical, electrical).

4. Fringe benefits allowed on straight time only, to calculate time & one half and doubletime add

fringe benefits times straight time calculated rate only.

5. Labor Wage Rates above are cost only and no overheads and/or profit are to be calculated in these labor rate breakdown.

6. International Union wage rates must be substantiated with local wage rates agreements attached.

7. Justification of base rate, fringe benefits, worker's comp,state unemployment tax must be provided.

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8. To complete this form, reference "Requirements" and "Procedures" tabs to calculate crew rate.

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Table of Contents

Computation of Mixed Crew Hourly Labor Rate

City

State

General Contractor

Store

0 0

0 -

Trade

Subcontractor

From Through

Building - Masonry 0

1/0/1900 final pay app

Classification No. Craft

Basic Hourly

Rate

Total Hourly Crew Cost

Foreman 0.33 $ -

-

Journeyman 0 $ -

-

Apprentice 0 $ -

-

Helper/Laborer 0 $ -

-

Productive

Hours

$ 1.00

$ -

$ -

$ -

Base Crew

Rate

Total Crew Rate/Hr $ -

1.00 $ -

Fringe Benefits %

Amounts per

Hour

Fixed Burdens

Amount or %

0.00% $0.00 FICA 7.65% $ -

0.00% $0.00 FUTA 0.80% $ -

0.00% $0.00

0.00% $0.00 State Unemployment Tax 0.00% $ -

0.00% $0.00 Worker's Comp 0.00% $ -

0.00% $0.00

0.00% $0.00

Total Fringe Benefits 0.00% $0.00 Total Fixed Burdens 8.45% $ -

Hourly Rate

Straight Time

Time & One

Half

Double Time

"A" Base crew rate $ -

$ - $ -

"B" Fringe Benefits $ -

$ - $ -

"C" Fixed burden $ -

$ - $ -

Total Hourly Rate (ADD "A" thru "C") $ -

$ - $ -

Contractor Acceptance

Walmart Acceptance

signature printed name date

signature printed name date

Only check one box and provide documentation for the one chosen

Local Union Agreement

Certified Payroll

NOTES:

1. Any items added to the Labor Description column above must be clearly defined. No abbreviations without a detailed

description will be allowed

2. Composite rates do not apply to superintendents or any other level of supervision, as this is included in the Base Contract

for the duration of the Project.

3. This form represents wage rate developed for a single type of work (ie; civil, concrete, building, mechanical, electrical).

4. Fringe benefits allowed on straight time only, to calculate time & one half and doubletime add

fringe benefits times straight time calculated rate only.

5. Labor Wage Rates above are cost only and no overheads and/or profit are to be calculated in these labor rate breakdown.

6. International Union wage rates must be substantiated with local wage rates agreements attached.

7. Justification of base rate, fringe benefits, worker's comp,state unemployment tax must be provided.

6/28/2011 Building - Masonry


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8. To complete this form, reference "Requirements" and "Procedures" tabs to calculate crew rate.

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Table of Contents

Computation of Mixed Crew Hourly Labor Rate

City

State

General Contractor

Store

0 0

0 -

Trade

Subcontractor

From Through

Building - Steel Erectors 0

1/0/1900 final pay app

Classification No. Craft

Basic Hourly

Rate

Total Hourly Crew Cost

Foreman 0.33 $ -

-

Journeyman 0 $ -

-

Apprentice 0 $ -

-

Helper/Laborer 0 $ -

-

Productive

Hours

$ 1.00

$ -

$ -

$ -

Base Crew

Rate

Total Crew Rate/Hr $ -

1.00 $ -

Fringe Benefits %

Amounts per

Hour

Fixed Burdens

Amount or %

0.00% $0.00 FICA 7.65% $ -

0.00% $0.00 FUTA 0.80% $ -

0.00% $0.00

0.00% $0.00 State Unemployment Tax 0.00% $ -

0.00% $0.00 Worker's Comp 0.00% $ -

0.00% $0.00

0.00% $0.00

Total Fringe Benefits 0.00% $0.00 Total Fixed Burdens 8.45% $ -

Hourly Rate

Straight Time

Time & One

Half

Double Time

"A" Base crew rate $ -

$ - $ -

"B" Fringe Benefits $ -

$ - $ -

"C" Fixed burden $ -

$ - $ -

Total Hourly Rate (ADD "A" thru "C") $ -

$ - $ -

Contractor Acceptance

Walmart Acceptance

signature printed name date

signature printed name date

Only check one box and provide documentation for the one chosen

Local Union Agreement

Certified Payroll

NOTES:

1. Any items added to the Labor Description column above must be clearly defined. No abbreviations without a detailed

description will be allowed

2. Composite rates do not apply to superintendents or any other level of supervision, as this is included in the Base Contract

for the duration of the Project.

3. This form represents wage rate developed for a single type of work (ie; civil, concrete, building, mechanical, electrical).

4. Fringe benefits allowed on straight time only, to calculate time & one half and doubletime add

fringe benefits times straight time calculated rate only.

5. Labor Wage Rates above are cost only and no overheads and/or profit are to be calculated in these labor rate breakdown.

6. International Union wage rates must be substantiated with local wage rates agreements attached.

7. Justification of base rate, fringe benefits, worker's comp,state unemployment tax must be provided.

6/28/2011 Building - Steel Erectors


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8. To complete this form, reference "Requirements" and "Procedures" tabs to calculate crew rate.

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Computation of Mixed Crew Hourly Labor Rate

City

State

General Contractor

Store

0 0

0 -

Trade

Subcontractor

From Through

Building - Carpentry 0

1/0/1900 final pay app

Classification No. Craft

Basic Hourly

Rate

Total Hourly Crew Cost

Foreman-Carpenter 0.33 $ -

-

Journeyman-Carpenter 0 $ -

-

Apprentice 0 $ -

-

Helper/Laborer 0 $ -

-

Productive

Hours

$ 1.00

$ -

$ -

$ -

Base Crew

Rate

Total Crew Rate/Hr $ -

1.00 $ -

Fringe Benefits %

Amounts per

Hour

Fixed Burdens

Amount or %

0.00% $0.00 FICA 7.65% $ -

0.00% $0.00 FUTA 0.80% $ -

0.00% $0.00

0.00% $0.00 State Unemployment Tax 0.00% $ -

0.00% $0.00 Worker's Comp 0.00% $ -

0.00% $0.00

0.00% $0.00

Total Fringe Benefits 0.00% $0.00 Total Fixed Burdens 8.45% $ -

Hourly Rate

Straight Time

Time & One

Half

Double Time

"A" Base crew rate $ -

$ - $ -

"B" Fringe Benefits $ -

$ - $ -

"C" Fixed burden $ -

$ - $ -

Total Hourly Rate (ADD "A" thru "C") $ -

$ - $ -

Contractor Acceptance

Walmart Acceptance

signature printed name date

signature printed name date

Only check one box and provide documentation for the one chosen

Local Union Agreement

Certified Payroll

NOTES:

1. Any items added to the Labor Description column above must be clearly defined. No abbreviations without a detailed

description will be allowed

2. Composite rates do not apply to superintendents or any other level of supervision, as this is included in the Base Contract

for the duration of the Project.

3. This form represents wage rate developed for a single type of work (ie; civil, concrete, building, mechanical, electrical).

4. Fringe benefits allowed on straight time only, to calculate time & one half and doubletime add

fringe benefits times straight time calculated rate only.

5. Labor Wage Rates above are cost only and no overheads and/or profit are to be calculated in these labor rate breakdown.

6. International Union wage rates must be substantiated with local wage rates agreements attached.

7. Justification of base rate, fringe benefits, worker's comp,state unemployment tax must be provided.

6/28/2011 Building - Carpentry


03 Mixed Crew Hourly Labor Rate Workbook 2011.06.27_v1.xls

8. To complete this form, reference "Requirements" and "Procedures" tabs to calculate crew rate.

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Computation of Mixed Crew Hourly Labor Rate

City

State

General Contractor

Store

0 0

0 -

Trade

Subcontractor

From Through

Building - Roofing 0

1/0/1900 final pay app

Classification No. Craft

Basic Hourly

Rate

Total Hourly Crew Cost

Foreman 0.33 $ -

-

Journeyman-Roofer 0 $ -

-

Apprentice 0 $ -

-

Helper/Laborer 0 $ -

-

Productive

Hours

$ 1.00

$ -

$ -

$ -

Base Crew

Rate

Total Crew Rate/Hr $ -

1.00 $ -

Fringe Benefits %

Amounts per

Hour

Fixed Burdens

Amount or %

0.00% $0.00 FICA 7.65% $ -

0.00% $0.00 FUTA 0.80% $ -

0.00% $0.00

0.00% $0.00 State Unemployment Tax 0.00% $ -

0.00% $0.00 Worker's Comp 0.00% $ -

0.00% $0.00

0.00% $0.00

Total Fringe Benefits 0.00% $0.00 Total Fixed Burdens 8.45% $ -

Hourly Rate

Straight Time

Time & One

Half

Double Time

"A" Base crew rate $ -

$ - $ -

"B" Fringe Benefits $ -

$ - $ -

"C" Fixed burden $ -

$ - $ -

Total Hourly Rate (ADD "A" thru "C") $ -

$ - $ -

Contractor Acceptance

Walmart Acceptance

signature printed name date

signature printed name date

Only check one box and provide documentation for the one chosen

Local Union Agreement

Certified Payroll

NOTES:

1. Any items added to the Labor Description column above must be clearly defined. No abbreviations without a detailed

description will be allowed

2. Composite rates do not apply to superintendents or any other level of supervision, as this is included in the Base Contract

for the duration of the Project.

3. This form represents wage rate developed for a single type of work (ie; civil, concrete, building, mechanical, electrical).

4. Fringe benefits allowed on straight time only, to calculate time & one half and doubletime add

fringe benefits times straight time calculated rate only.

5. Labor Wage Rates above are cost only and no overheads and/or profit are to be calculated in these labor rate breakdown.

6. International Union wage rates must be substantiated with local wage rates agreements attached.

7. Justification of base rate, fringe benefits, worker's comp,state unemployment tax must be provided.

6/28/2011 Building - Roofing


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8. To complete this form, reference "Requirements" and "Procedures" tabs to calculate crew rate.

6/28/2011 Building - Roofing


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Wal-Mart Stores, Inc. - Construction

Table of Contents

Computation of Mixed Crew Hourly Labor Rate

City

State

General Contractor

Store

0 0

0 -

Trade

Subcontractor

From Through

Building - Painting 0

1/0/1900 final pay app

Classification No. Craft

Basic Hourly

Rate

Total Hourly Crew Cost

Foreman 0.33 $ -

-

Journeyman 0 $ -

-

Apprentice 0 $ -

-

Helper/Laborer 0 $ -

-

Productive

Hours

$ 1.00

$ -

$ -

$ -

Base Crew

Rate

Total Crew Rate/Hr $ -

1.00 $ -

Fringe Benefits %

Amounts per

Hour

Fixed Burdens

Amount or %

0.00% $0.00 FICA 7.65% $ -

0.00% $0.00 FUTA 0.80% $ -

0.00% $0.00

0.00% $0.00 State Unemployment Tax 0.00% $ -

0.00% $0.00 Worker's Comp 0.00% $ -

0.00% $0.00

0.00% $0.00

Total Fringe Benefits 0.00% $0.00 Total Fixed Burdens 8.45% $ -

Hourly Rate

Straight Time

Time & One

Half

Double Time

"A" Base crew rate $ -

$ - $ -

"B" Fringe Benefits $ -

$ - $ -

"C" Fixed burden $ -

$ - $ -

Total Hourly Rate (ADD "A" thru "C") $ -

$ - $ -

Contractor Acceptance

Walmart Acceptance

signature printed name date

signature printed name date

Only check one box and provide documentation for the one chosen

Local Union Agreement

Certified Payroll

NOTES:

1. Any items added to the Labor Description column above must be clearly defined. No abbreviations without a detailed

description will be allowed

2. Composite rates do not apply to superintendents or any other level of supervision, as this is included in the Base Contract

for the duration of the Project.

3. This form represents wage rate developed for a single type of work (ie; civil, concrete, building, mechanical, electrical).

4. Fringe benefits allowed on straight time only, to calculate time & one half and doubletime add

fringe benefits times straight time calculated rate only.

5. Labor Wage Rates above are cost only and no overheads and/or profit are to be calculated in these labor rate breakdown.

6. International Union wage rates must be substantiated with local wage rates agreements attached.

7. Justification of base rate, fringe benefits, worker's comp,state unemployment tax must be provided.

6/28/2011 Building - Painting


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8. To complete this form, reference "Requirements" and "Procedures" tabs to calculate crew rate.

6/28/2011 Building - Painting


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Wal-Mart Stores, Inc. - Construction

Table of Contents

Computation of Mixed Crew Hourly Labor Rate

City

State

General Contractor

Store

0 0

0 -

Trade

Subcontractor

From Through

Fire Protection 0

1/0/1900 final pay app

Classification No. Craft

Basic Hourly

Rate

Total Hourly Crew Cost

Foreman 0.33 $ -

-

Journeyman 0 $ -

-

Apprentice 0 $ -

-

Helper/Laborer 0 $ -

-

Productive

Hours

$ 1.00

$ -

$ -

$ -

Base Crew

Rate

Total Crew Rate/Hr $ -

1.00 $ -

Fringe Benefits %

Amounts per

Hour

Fixed Burdens

Amount or %

0.00% $0.00 FICA 7.65% $ -

0.00% $0.00 FUTA 0.80% $ -

0.00% $0.00

0.00% $0.00 State Unemployment Tax 0.00% $ -

0.00% $0.00 Worker's Comp 0.00% $ -

0.00% $0.00

0.00% $0.00

Total Fringe Benefits 0.00% $0.00 Total Fixed Burdens 8.45% $ -

Hourly Rate

Straight Time

Time & One

Half

Double Time

"A" Base crew rate $ -

$ - $ -

"B" Fringe Benefits $ -

$ - $ -

"C" Fixed burden $ -

$ - $ -

Total Hourly Rate (ADD "A" thru "C") $ -

$ - $ -

Contractor Acceptance

Walmart Acceptance

signature printed name date

signature printed name date

Only check one box and provide documentation for the one chosen

Local Union Agreement

Certified Payroll

NOTES:

1. Any items added to the Labor Description column above must be clearly defined. No abbreviations without a detailed

description will be allowed

2. Composite rates do not apply to superintendents or any other level of supervision, as this is included in the Base Contract

for the duration of the Project.

3. This form represents wage rate developed for a single type of work (ie; civil, concrete, building, mechanical, electrical).

4. Fringe benefits allowed on straight time only, to calculate time & one half and doubletime add

fringe benefits times straight time calculated rate only.

5. Labor Wage Rates above are cost only and no overheads and/or profit are to be calculated in these labor rate breakdown.

6. International Union wage rates must be substantiated with local wage rates agreements attached.

7. Justification of base rate, fringe benefits, worker's comp,state unemployment tax must be provided.

6/28/2011 Fire Protection


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8. To complete this form, reference "Requirements" and "Procedures" tabs to calculate crew rate.

6/28/2011 Fire Protection


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Wal-Mart Stores, Inc. - Construction

Table of Contents

Computation of Mixed Crew Hourly Labor Rate

City

State

General Contractor

Store

0 0

0 -

Trade

Subcontractor

From Through

Mechanical - Plumbing 0

1/0/1900 final pay app

Classification No. Craft

Basic Hourly

Rate

Total Hourly Crew Cost

Foreman 0.33 $ -

-

Journeyman 0 $ -

-

Apprentice 0 $ -

-

Helper/Laborer 0 $ -

-

Productive

Hours

$ 1.00

$ -

$ -

$ -

Base Crew

Rate

Total Crew Rate/Hr $ -

1.00 $ -

Fringe Benefits %

Amounts per

Hour

Fixed Burdens

Amount or %

0.00% $0.00 FICA 7.65% $ -

0.00% $0.00 FUTA 0.80% $ -

0.00% $0.00

0.00% $0.00 State Unemployment Tax 0.00% $ -

0.00% $0.00 Worker's Comp 0.00% $ -

0.00% $0.00

0.00% $0.00

Total Fringe Benefits 0.00% $0.00 Total Fixed Burdens 8.45% $ -

Hourly Rate

Straight Time

Time & One

Half

Double Time

"A" Base crew rate $ -

$ - $ -

"B" Fringe Benefits $ -

$ - $ -

"C" Fixed burden $ -

$ - $ -

Total Hourly Rate (ADD "A" thru "C") $ -

$ - $ -

Contractor Acceptance

Walmart Acceptance

signature printed name date

signature printed name date

Only check one box and provide documentation for the one chosen

Local Union Agreement

Certified Payroll

NOTES:

1. Any items added to the Labor Description column above must be clearly defined. No abbreviations without a detailed

description will be allowed

2. Composite rates do not apply to superintendents or any other level of supervision, as this is included in the Base Contract

for the duration of the Project.

3. This form represents wage rate developed for a single type of work (ie; civil, concrete, building, mechanical, electrical).

4. Fringe benefits allowed on straight time only, to calculate time & one half and doubletime add

fringe benefits times straight time calculated rate only.

5. Labor Wage Rates above are cost only and no overheads and/or profit are to be calculated in these labor rate breakdown.

6. International Union wage rates must be substantiated with local wage rates agreements attached.

7. Justification of base rate, fringe benefits, worker's comp,state unemployment tax must be provided.

6/28/2011 Mechanical - Plumbing


03 Mixed Crew Hourly Labor Rate Workbook 2011.06.27_v1.xls

8. To complete this form, reference "Requirements" and "Procedures" tabs to calculate crew rate.

6/28/2011 Mechanical - Plumbing


03 Mixed Crew Hourly Labor Rate Workbook 2011.06.27_v1.xls

Wal-Mart Stores, Inc. - Construction

Table of Contents

Computation of Mixed Crew Hourly Labor Rate

City

State

General Contractor

Store

0 0

0 -

Trade

Subcontractor

From Through

Mechanical - Refrigeration 0

1/0/1900 final pay app

Classification No. Craft

Basic Hourly

Rate

Total Hourly Crew Cost

Foreman 0.33 $ -

-

Journeyman 0 $ -

-

Apprentice 0 $ -

-

Helper/Laborer 0 $ -

-

Productive

Hours

$ 1.00

$ -

$ -

$ -

Base Crew

Rate

Total Crew Rate/Hr $ -

1.00 $ -

Fringe Benefits %

Amounts per

Hour

Fixed Burdens

Amount or %

0.00% $0.00 FICA 7.65% $ -

0.00% $0.00 FUTA 0.80% $ -

0.00% $0.00

0.00% $0.00 State Unemployment Tax 0.00% $ -

0.00% $0.00 Worker's Comp 0.00% $ -

0.00% $0.00

0.00% $0.00

Total Fringe Benefits 0.00% $0.00 Total Fixed Burdens 8.45% $ -

Hourly Rate

Straight Time

Time & One

Half

Double Time

"A" Base crew rate $ -

$ - $ -

"B" Fringe Benefits $ -

$ - $ -

"C" Fixed burden $ -

$ - $ -

Total Hourly Rate (ADD "A" thru "C") $ -

$ - $ -

Contractor Acceptance

Walmart Acceptance

signature printed name date

signature printed name date

Only check one box and provide documentation for the one chosen

Local Union Agreement

Certified Payroll

NOTES:

1. Any items added to the Labor Description column above must be clearly defined. No abbreviations without a detailed

description will be allowed

2. Composite rates do not apply to superintendents or any other level of supervision, as this is included in the Base Contract

for the duration of the Project.

3. This form represents wage rate developed for a single type of work (ie; civil, concrete, building, mechanical, electrical).

4. Fringe benefits allowed on straight time only, to calculate time & one half and doubletime add

fringe benefits times straight time calculated rate only.

5. Labor Wage Rates above are cost only and no overheads and/or profit are to be calculated in these labor rate breakdown.

6. International Union wage rates must be substantiated with local wage rates agreements attached.

7. Justification of base rate, fringe benefits, worker's comp,state unemployment tax must be provided.

6/28/2011 Mechanical - Refrigeration


03 Mixed Crew Hourly Labor Rate Workbook 2011.06.27_v1.xls

8. To complete this form, reference "Requirements" and "Procedures" tabs to calculate crew rate.

6/28/2011 Mechanical - Refrigeration


03 Mixed Crew Hourly Labor Rate Workbook 2011.06.27_v1.xls

Wal-Mart Stores, Inc. - Construction

Table of Contents

Computation of Mixed Crew Hourly Labor Rate

City

State

General Contractor

Store

0 0

0 -

Trade

Subcontractor

From Through

Mechanical - HVAC 0

1/0/1900 final pay app

Classification No. Craft

Basic Hourly

Rate

Total Hourly Crew Cost

Foreman 0.33 $ -

-

Journeyman 0 $ -

-

Apprentice 0 $ -

-

Helper/Laborer 0 $ -

-

Productive

Hours

$ 1.00

$ -

$ -

$ -

Base Crew

Rate

Total Crew Rate/Hr $ -

1.00 $ -

Fringe Benefits %

Amounts per

Hour

Fixed Burdens

Amount or %

0.00% $0.00 FICA 7.65% $ -

0.00% $0.00 FUTA 0.80% $ -

0.00% $0.00

0.00% $0.00 State Unemployment Tax 0.00% $ -

0.00% $0.00 Worker's Comp 0.00% $ -

0.00% $0.00

0.00% $0.00

Total Fringe Benefits 0.00% $0.00 Total Fixed Burdens 8.45% $ -

Hourly Rate

Straight Time

Time & One

Half

Double Time

"A" Base crew rate $ -

$ - $ -

"B" Fringe Benefits $ -

$ - $ -

"C" Fixed burden $ -

$ - $ -

Total Hourly Rate (ADD "A" thru "C") $ -

$ - $ -

Contractor Acceptance

Walmart Acceptance

signature printed name date

signature printed name date

Only check one box and provide documentation for the one chosen

Local Union Agreement

Certified Payroll

NOTES:

1. Any items added to the Labor Description column above must be clearly defined. No abbreviations without a detailed

description will be allowed

2. Composite rates do not apply to superintendents or any other level of supervision, as this is included in the Base Contract

for the duration of the Project.

3. This form represents wage rate developed for a single type of work (ie; civil, concrete, building, mechanical, electrical).

4. Fringe benefits allowed on straight time only, to calculate time & one half and doubletime add

fringe benefits times straight time calculated rate only.

5. Labor Wage Rates above are cost only and no overheads and/or profit are to be calculated in these labor rate breakdown.

6. International Union wage rates must be substantiated with local wage rates agreements attached.

7. Justification of base rate, fringe benefits, worker's comp,state unemployment tax must be provided.

6/28/2011 Mechanical - HVAC


03 Mixed Crew Hourly Labor Rate Workbook 2011.06.27_v1.xls

8. To complete this form, reference "Requirements" and "Procedures" tabs to calculate crew rate.

6/28/2011 Mechanical - HVAC


03 Mixed Crew Hourly Labor Rate Workbook 2011.06.27_v1.xls

Wal-Mart Stores, Inc. - Construction

Table of Contents

Computation of Mixed Crew Hourly Labor Rate

City

State

General Contractor

Store

0 0

0 -

Trade

Subcontractor

From Through

Electrical 0

1/0/1900 final pay app

Classification No. Craft

Basic Hourly

Rate

Total Hourly Crew Cost

Foreman 0.33 $ -

-

Journeyman 0 $ -

-

Apprentice 0 $ -

-

Helper/Laborer 0 $ -

-

Productive

Hours

$ 1.00

$ -

$ -

$ -

Base Crew

Rate

Total Crew Rate/Hr $ -

1.00 $ -

Fringe Benefits %

Amounts per

Hour

Fixed Burdens

Amount or %

0.00% $0.00 FICA 7.65% $ -

0.00% $0.00 FUTA 0.80% $ -

0.00% $0.00

0.00% $0.00 State Unemployment Tax 0.00% $ -

0.00% $0.00 Worker's Comp 0.00% $ -

0.00% $0.00

0.00% $0.00

Total Fringe Benefits 0.00% $0.00 Total Fixed Burdens 8.45% $ -

Hourly Rate

Straight Time

Time & One

Half

Double Time

"A" Base crew rate $ -

$ - $ -

"B" Fringe Benefits $ -

$ - $ -

"C" Fixed burden $ -

$ - $ -

Total Hourly Rate (ADD "A" thru "C") $ -

$ - $ -

Contractor Acceptance

Walmart Acceptance

signature printed name date

signature printed name date

Only check one box and provide documentation for the one chosen

Local Union Agreement

Certified Payroll

NOTES:

1. Any items added to the Labor Description column above must be clearly defined. No abbreviations without a detailed

description will be allowed

2. Composite rates do not apply to superintendents or any other level of supervision, as this is included in the Base Contract

for the duration of the Project.

3. This form represents wage rate developed for a single type of work (ie; civil, concrete, building, mechanical, electrical).

4. Fringe benefits allowed on straight time only, to calculate time & one half and doubletime add

fringe benefits times straight time calculated rate only.

5. Labor Wage Rates above are cost only and no overheads and/or profit are to be calculated in these labor rate breakdown.

6. International Union wage rates must be substantiated with local wage rates agreements attached.

7. Justification of base rate, fringe benefits, worker's comp,state unemployment tax must be provided.

6/28/2011 Electrical


03 Mixed Crew Hourly Labor Rate Workbook 2011.06.27_v1.xls

8. To complete this form, reference "Requirements" and "Procedures" tabs to calculate crew rate.

6/28/2011 Electrical


Wal-Mart Stores, Inc.

Change Request Submittal Workbook

Table of Contents

Instructions

Project Information

Eval

CR Summary

Approved Labor Rates

Equipment Rates

Change Order Log

Labor Rate Sheet


Wal-Mart Stores, Inc.

Change Request Submittal Workbook

04 Change Request Submittal Workbook 2011.03.02

1 Project Information Sheet

Populate all blue cells

Provide all current, Walmart approved, dates

Update Version # and update Description of Request, as needed

Click the blue SAVE FILE button in the top right corner of the sheet. DO NOT replace the automatically created filename.

2 Evaluation Sheet

No input required by GC.

For Walmart use and GC reference.

3 CR Summary Sheet

Enter summary information, per the following:

1. Enter subcontractor 2. Provide brief description of scope 3. Enter total

4. At the bottom of the CR Summary, verify Contractor's

Fee % is accurate

10% for charges

3% for credits

5. Add Special Use Tax %,

where applicable

Click "Add Tab" to create a tab for the sub you just entered.


4 Summary Sheets

Populate all blue cells

Revised Bakery Wall 1/2" Drywall - 4x8

1. Provide the scope

of work description

6" Stud - 10'

6" Track - 10'

2. List the items used to

complete the scope of work

3. Include the appropriate unit of

measure. AVOID lump sum and unit

4. Enter the

appropriate

productivity rate.

5. Enter man hours.

If applicable calculate as

Qty / Units per MH

EA

EA

EA

6. Enter labor rate, per

agreement with Estimating (for

new stores) or CM (remodel)

If applicable, add OH&P.

Once you've added all necessary sub-summary sheets, and filled them in the complete and proper manner…

5 Labor Rates

Populate this tab with the labor rates agreed on with Estimating (for new stores) or CM (remodel)

6 Equipment Rates

See instructions on sheet, below chart.

Labor Rate Sheet

Only for use on non Crew Labor Rate projects.

General Notes

Walmart Regional Estimator will use the following legend to flag their revisions:

Workbook Tab Markup Legend

No changes made on the tab

Changes made on the tab

Sub-Summary Cell Markup Legend

Estimating accepts. No changes made.

Estimating contests. Changes made.

Walmart Estimating will return the file with "REVISED" appended to the file name

Upon your receipt of a REVISED workbook, update the version number, and save the file using the SAVE FILE button on the

Project Information tab.

Leave previously uploaded workbooks on Evoco when resubmitting a change request.


04 Change Request Submittal Workbook 2011.06.27_v1.xls

Wal-Mart Stores, Inc.

Project Information

Blue cells must be populated by the General Contractor.

SAP Number (ex: USNC-000123)

SAP Description

Store Number

Sequence Number

City

State

General Contractor

Project Manager

Project Manager Phone Number

Construction Manager

CM Phone Number

Architect of Record

AOR Phone Number

Civil Consultant

CEC Phone Number

Out to Bid

Bid Date

Contract Start

Construction Start

Contract Completion

Possession

Change Request Information

Change Request # SCD/CCD #

Version #

Date SCD/CCD Issued

Date Submitted Approved ATP Limit $

-

Description of Request

6/28/2011 Project Information


Wal-Mart Stores, Inc.

City, ST

Store

General Contractor Change Order Log ,

0-0

PCOB #

Description

PCOB

Submitted

PCOB Amount

CR

Approved

CR Amount Revised Amount Rejected Amount

Submitted

Amount

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04 Change Request Submittal Workbook 2011.06.27_v1.xls

CR #

CO Version

Store Seq Store Type City State SAP Number Reviewed by Submitted on

Change Order Evaluation

Approved ATP Limit $ - Construction Manager

Architect of Record

Contractor Proposed Cost $ - AOR Phone

Civil Consultant

Wal-Mart Evaluation $ - CEC Phone

Evaluation Date

General Contractor

SCD/CCD #

Project Manager

CCD Issued

Project Manager Phone

Description of Request

Cost Analysis & Recommendations

Change Order Category:

6/28/2011 Eval


04 Change Request Submittal Workbook 2011.06.27_v1.xls

Wal-Mart Stores, Inc. CR # 0

Change Request Summary CO Version 0

Store

0-0

City, ST General Contractor

SAP Number SCD/CCD #

, 0

0 0

Date Submitted

1/0/1900

CSI Tab Subcontractor Description

GC Proposal

Previous

Current

WMT Estimate Walmart Comments

0&1 Link

Add Tab 0&1 - A

Add Tab 0&1 - B

Add Tab 0&1 - C

Add Tab 0&1 - D

Divisional Total $ - $ - $

-

2

Add Tab 2 - A

Add Tab 2 - B

Add Tab 2 - C

Add Tab 2 - D

Add Tab 2 - E

Add Tab 2 - F

Divisional Total $ - $ - $

-

3

Add Tab 3 - A

Add Tab 3 - B

Add Tab 3 - C

Add Tab 3 - D

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4

Add Tab 4 - A

Add Tab 4 - B

Add Tab 4 - C

Add Tab 4 - D

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-

5

Add Tab 5 - A

Add Tab 5 - B

Add Tab 5 - C

Add Tab 5 - D

Divisional Total $ - $ - $

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6

Add Tab 6 - A

Add Tab 6 - B

Add Tab 6 - C

Add Tab 6 - D

Add Tab 6 - E

Add Tab 6 - F

Divisional Total $ - $ - $

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7

Add Tab 7 - A

Add Tab 7 - B

Add Tab 7 - C

Add Tab 7 - D

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-

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04 Change Request Submittal Workbook 2011.06.27_v1.xls

CSI Tab Subcontractor Description GC Proposal

Previous

Current

WMT Estimate Walmart Comments

8

Add Tab 8 - A

Add Tab 8 - B

Add Tab 8 - C

Add Tab 8 - D

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-

9

Add Tab 9 - A

Add Tab 9 - B

Add Tab 9 - C

Add Tab 9 - D

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Add Tab 15 - B

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Add Tab 16 - A

Add Tab 16 - B

Add Tab 16 - C

Add Tab 16 - D

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Subtotal $ - $ - $

-

Contractor's Fee % 10.000% 10.000% 10.000%

Contractor's Fee $ - $ - $

-

Special Use Tax % 0.000% 0.000% 0.000%

Special Use Tax $ - $ - $

-

Total Change Request $ - $ - $

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Wal-Mart Stores, Inc.

Approved Mixed Crew Hourly Labor Rates ,

0-0

Not required for New Store projects. For New Store projects include signed Approved Labor Rate Worksheet. From Through

City, ST

Store

1/0/1900 Final Pay App

CSI Trade Subcontractor Straight Time Time & One Half Rate Type

2 Site Work - Grading & Mass Excavation

2 Pavement

3 Concrete

4 Building - Masonry

5 Building - Steel Erectors

6 Building - Carpentry

7 Building - Roofing

9 Building - Painting

13 Fire Protection

15 Mechanical - Plumbing

15 Mechanical - Refrigeration

15 Mechanical - HVAC

16 Electrical

Additional Trade 1

Additional Trade 2

Additional Trade 3

Additional Trade 4

Additional Trade 5


Wal-Mart Stores, Inc. CR # 0

Owned Equipment Worksheet CO Version 0

Equipment not owned by the General Contractor or subcontractor shall be supported by a quote or invoice from the third party.

All equipment utilized in a change request must have hourly rates calculated based on published Equipment Watch Blue Book (EWBB) rental rate calculation.

City, ST

Store

See bottom of form for detailed instructions. ,

0-0

Equipment Description Model

Model

Age

Location Element Adjusted Adjusted Operations Total Hrly

Size HP Monthly Rate Location

Year

Adj.

Adj. Rate Adj. Monthly Rate Hourly Rate Rate Rate

Hourly Rental Rates

Example CAT Dozer D-8R 2005 NA 307 $ 15,125.00 98.6% New York 93.8% 100% $ 13,988.63 $ 79.48 $ 67.65 $ 147.13

Hourly Rental Standby Rates**

$ - $ -

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$ -

Example CAT Dozer D-8R 2005 NA 307 $ 15,125.00 98.6% New York 107.9% 53% $ 8,528.44 $ 48.46 $ - $ 48.46

Hourly Rental Rate Instructions

1. Identify the exact piece of equipment. Include the make, model, and year.

2. The calculation shall be based on the listed Equipment Watch Blue Book (EWBB) monthly rental rate for each

piece of equipment.

3. The monthly rate will be adjusted based on age and location.

4. Adjustment factors are found in tables in the EWBB.

5. The adjusted monthly rate shall be divided by 176 hours per month to derive the hourly rental rate.

6. The operating rate per hour (including fuel, oil, maintenance, filters, etc.) is the last column in the Blue Book in

the same row as the monthly rental rate.

7. The hourly rental rate for each piece of equipment includes the hourly rate (#5) and the operation hourly rate (#6).

8. The worksheet will calculate the rate after the base data is entered.

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Hourly Rental Standby Rate Instructions

**No standby equipment rate charges without written consent from the Walmart Construction Manager.

1. Identify the exact piece of equipment. Include the make, model, and year.

2. The calculation shall be based on the listed EWBB monthly rental rate for each piece of equipment.

3. The monthly rate will be adjusted based on age, location, and element rates.

4. Adjustment factors are found in tables in the EWBB.

5. The element rate includes depreciation, major overhaul, CFC and indirect costs. Major overhaul is not required for

standby equipment and will not be included in the calculation..

6. The adjusted monthly rate shall be divided by 176 hours per month to derive the hourly rental rate.

7. The operating rate per hour shall not be included in standby rates.

8. The worksheet will calculate the rate after the base data is entered.


For use on non Crew Labor Rate projects.

Wal-Mart Stores, Inc. - Construction

Computation of Hourly Labor Rate

City, ST

General Contractor

Store - Seq

,

0 0-0

Trade

Subcontractor

From Through

1/0/1900 Final Pay App

Classification No. Craft

Basic Hourly

Productive

Total Hourly Cost

Rate

Hours

Base Rate

0 $ - $ -

1.00

$

-

$

-

Total Rate/Hr $ -

1.00 $ -

Fringe Benefits %

Amounts per

Hour

Fixed Burdens Amount or %

0.00% $0.00 FICA 7.65% $ -

0.00% $0.00 FUTA 0.80% $ -

0.00% $0.00

0.00% $0.00 State Unemployment Tax 0.00% $ -

0.00% $0.00 Worker's Comp 0.00% $ -

0.00% $0.00

0.00% $0.00

Total Fringe Benefits 0.00% $0.00 Total Fixed Burdens 8.45% $ -

Hourly Rate

Straight Time

Time & One

Half

Double Time

"A" Base rate $ -

$ - $ -

"B" Fringe Benefits $ -

$ - $ -

"C" Fixed burden $ -

$ - $ -

Total Hourly Rate (ADD "A" thru "C") $ -

$ - $ -

Contractor Acceptance

signature printed name date

Walmart Acceptance

signature printed name date

Only check one box and provide documentation for the one chosen

Local Union Agreement

Certified Payroll

NOTES:

1. Any items added to the Labor Description column above must be clearly defined. No abbreviations without a detailed

description will be allowed

2. Composite rates do not apply to superintendents or any other level of supervision, as this is included in the Base Contract

for the duration of the Project.

3. This form represents wage rate developed for a single type of work (ie; civil, concrete, building, mechanical, electrical).

4. Fringe benefits allowed on straight time only, to calculate time & one half and doubletime add fringe benefits times straight

time calculated rate only.

5. Labor Wage Rates above are cost only and no overheads and/or profit are to be calculated in these labor rate breakdown.

6. International Union wage rates must be substantiated with local wage rates agreements attached.

7. Justification of base rate, fringe benefits, worker's comp,state unemployment tax must be provided.


Wal-Mart Stores, Inc. CR # 0

Divisional Change Request Summary CO Version 0

See bottom of form for detailed instructions.

Store

0-0

City, ST

,

General Contractor

0

Trade

Subcontractor

Date

Scope of Work Description:

Walmart Cost Analysis (Walmart use only):

Scope of Work

Description

Materials Units

Labor Equipment

Item Description UOM Qty Cost Per Unit Total per MH MHRS Rate Total Eq. Type # Hrs. Rate Total

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Subtotals $ -

0.0 $ -

0.0 $ - $ -

$ -

Sub-Contractors Profit $ Overhead 0.00% $ -

Grand Total $ -

$ -

0.0 $ - $ -

GC and Sub-Summary Instructions

1. All Change Requests need to be completed per “Change Request Procedures to Prepare for Submittal" and "Change Request Instructions."

2. All material costs for major items must have a quote or invoice attached.

3. All labor rates must be accompanied by Labor Wage Breakdown sheet and / or union agreement as applicable.

4. All Owned Equipment rates must be calculated by using the Equipment Worksheet or the Equipment Watch website.

5. All Rented Equipment rates shall utilize the monthly rental rate supported by the specific and reasonable vendor quote / purchase order and attached to the change request.

6. Calculation of the Unit per Manhour, manhours divided by quantities, example #8 wire, 1,000 LF, 8 manhours, 8/1000 = .008 MHRS/LF.

7. Overhead and Profit of % includes all items identified in the General Conditions Article 3.1.2, "fee includes all overhead, profit, and operational items such as taxes, bonds, and insurance..."

Total Cost


Unforeseen Conditions Changes to the Work

Reference specification section for changes in the Work;

All pricing submitted for changes to the Work will include supporting documentation to allow Walmart to analyze

the costs for approval.

Unforeseen changes shall be submitted based on the following criteria and the attached form.

Change Daily Report

The Contractor shall maintain a separate change daily report that includes but is not limited to the following

data:

1. Description of Work – Changed / unforeseen work performed for the specific day.

2. Employees – Identify by name on the daily report.

3. Classification – Identify each employees craft responsibility (laborer, operator, etc.).

4. Time – Identify each employee hour worked, straight & overtime, all overtime work to be authorized by

Walmart Construction Manager prior to execution of the work. Attach authorization to the daily time &

material report.

5. Hourly Rate – Rate to be based on actual Contractor booked costs (payroll) – Use Labor Rate Sheet as

provided in the Walmart Change Request package.

6. Equipment – Identify each piece of equipment used for this Work (to include model no., manufacturer,

number of piece, size) – Use Blue Book Equipment Rate Form as provide in the Walmart Change Request

package.

7. Equipment Hours – Submit hours actually worked for each piece of equipment.

8. Equipment Rates – Submit rate for each piece of equipment as previously agreed and attach the equipment

rate sheet. If not previously agreed to submit the rental rate and Purchase Order for the specific date of

the Work. If Owned equipment submits the rate based on the Contract requirements per the Blue Book and

forms in the Walmart Change Request package.

9. Materials – All materials expended for Unforeseen Condition Work shall be quantified and supported with a

Purchase Order, Invoice, quote and receiving reports to the job site.

10. Other field quantities to include excavation, backfill, reinforcement, forming, piping, etc. shall be identified

on the change daily report.

11. All materials drawn from Contractor’s stock, Contractor shall obtain prior approval from the Walmart

Construction Manager for pricing. In no instance shall the price of Contractor’s material exceed the

prevailing price that Walmart could obtain for comparable quantities and types of material from commercial

suppliers.

12. Approvals – The Contractor’s Superintendent overseeing the Work and the Project Manager shall sign off

on all Daily Change Reports. The General Contractor's review will verify the craft by name, man-hours,

equipment model and hours and material for each daily change report.

13. Weekly Summary – A weekly summary of the change shall be submitted to Walmart Construction Manager.

This report will include daily man-hours, daily labor costs, daily equipment hours, daily equipment costs,

daily material costs and total daily and to date quantities and costs.

14. Drawings / Sketches – At the completion of the work, drawings and sketches shall be submitted as part of

the claim that details the location and quantity of work which was performed.

Change Request Modified 2011.06.27 Page 1 of 1


STORE #

City and State:

T&M DAILY REPORT

WALMART STORE CONSTRUCTION

GENERAL CONTRACTOR:

CHANGE CONDITION NO.

SUBCONTRACTOR (s):

DATE

Description of Daily Work:

REPORT NO. OF

PAGE NO. OF

EMPLOYEE NAME

POSITION

MHRS

EQUIPMENT/MATERIAL

UNITS

UOM

UNIT RATE

TOTAL

LABOR

TOTAL MATL.

TOTAL EQUIP.

TOTAL COST

1

2

3

4

5

6

7

8

9

10

11

12

13

14

15

TOTAL DIRECT COST $ - $ - $ - $ - $ -

1

2

3

General Contractor and Subcontractor by signing this Unforeseen Conditions Changes to the Work Form confirm that the work performed as stated on this report does not overlap with any base bid work.

Additionally, the General Contractor and Subcontractor agree to submit this form and all substantiating back-up as required per Walmart's change request format including all Labor Rate Forms,

Material Quotes and Blue Book Rental Rate Forms. General Contractor and Subcontractor agree that Walmart reserves the right to confirm the validity of the change in accordance with the contract documents.

4

All total line items of cost are to be reported weekly to the

Construction Manager

Subcontractors Superintendent

(signature)

(date)

General Contractors Superintendent

(signature)

(date)

Testing Firm / Field Representative

(signature)

(date)

NOTE: This report must be completed and signed off by the superintendent and Testing Firm Rep. for every day and every different change that is a time and material issue.

NOTE: This report must be submitted to the General Contractor on daily basis no later than 10am the following day.

Change Order Exhibit 2/1/2007 27


EXHIBIT “K”

CHANGE REQUEST PROCEDURES, INSTRUCTIONS, AND FORMS

(Issued at Out to Bid or as Modified by Addendum)

TABLE OF CONTENTS

Procedures to Prepare Change Requests For Submittal and Approval

Change Request Instructions

Change request submittal workbook

Mixed Crew Hourly Labor Rate Workbook

Remodel Projects Labor Rate Workbook

Unforeseen Conditions Change Procedures

Unforeseen Conditions or Time and Material Form

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