Bid 7321 Countywide Propane

Agency: Merced County
State: California
Type of Government: State & Local
NAICS Category:
  • 324110 - Petroleum Refineries
  • 424710 - Petroleum Bulk Stations and Terminals
  • 454310 - Fuel Dealers
Posted Date: Oct 17, 2019
Due Date: Nov 14, 2019
Solicitation No: 7321
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Bid Number: 7321
Bid Title: Bid 7321 Countywide Propane
Category: Administrative Services - Purchasing
Status: Open

Description:
These specifications describe the minimum requirements for Countywide Propane. The product specified is to be placed into service by various county departments and divisions. The product provided by the vendor shall meet all EPA and Cal OSHA standards. All products provided will have proper identifying labels affixed to them. The vendor shall provide the appropriate Material Safety Data Sheet (MSDS) for all products supplied. The specifications for propane represent features best suited to the intended use of the product and are not intended to exclude material that may vary slightly from these specifications.
Publication Date/Time:
10/17/2019 8:00 AM
Closing Date/Time:
11/14/2019 4:00 PM
Pre-bid Meeting:
No
Contact Person:
Nereyda Zaragoza, Procurement Specialist
Phone: 209-385-7331 Ext.4361
Fax: 209-725-3535
E-Mail: Nereyda.Zaragoza@countyofmerced.com
Download Available:
Yes
Business Hours:
Monday-Friday 8:00am-5:00pm
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Issue Date: 10.17.19

THE COUNTY OF MERCED

DEPARTMENT OF ADMINISTRATIVE SERVICES-PURCHASING

INVITATION FOR BID

BID NO. 7321

FOR:

COUNTYWIDE PROPANE REQUIREMENTS

COMMODITY CODE: 404.03

Notice is hereby given that sealed bids will be received at the Merced County Department of Administrative Services-Purchasing until 4:00 P.M., local time, on November 14, 2019 at which time they will be publicly opened, read and published to the web for the furnishing and delivering of Countywide Propane. Please carefully read and follow the instructions. Bids shall be presented under sealed cover. Clearly marked with the bid number and bid submittal deadline date on the outside and mailed or delivered to:

Department of Administrative Services-Purchasing

2222 "M" Street, Room 1

Attn: Nereyda Zaragoza, Procurement Specialist

Phone: 209-385-7331 Ext.4361

Fax: 209-725-3535

E-Mail: Nereyda.Zaragoza@countyofmerced.com

Any Bidder who wishes their bid to be considered is responsible for making certain that their bid is received in the Department of Administrative Services-Purchasing by the Bid Submittal Deadline. NO ORAL, TELEPHONIC, ELECTRONIC (E-MAIL), OR FACSIMILE BIDS OR MODIFICATIONS WILL BE CONSIDERED. BIDS RECEIVED AFTER THE BID SUBMITTAL DEADLINE WILL BE REJECTED REGARDLESS OF POSTMARK DATE AND WILL BE RETURNED TO THE BIDDER UNOPENED.

BID SUBMITTAL DEADLINE: 4:00 P.M., NOVEMBER 14, 2019

BIDS WILL BE CONSIDERED LATE WHEN THE OFFICIAL DEPARTMENT OF ADMINISTRATIVE SERVICES-PURCHASING TIME CLOCK READS


TABLE OF CONTENTS

Cover Page 1

Table of Contents 2

SECTIONS:

1 – Scope of Work 3

2 – Calendar and Checklist 6

3 – Instructions 7

4 – General Terms 14

5 – Basis of Award 20

ATTACHMENTS:

A – Signature Page 23

B – Bid Cost Sheet 24

C – References 26

D – Subcontractor List 27

E – Local Vendor Preference 28


SECTION 1

TECHNICAL SPECIFICATIONS

COUNTYWIDE PROPANE REQUIREMENTS

These specifications describe the minimum requirements for Countywide Propane. The product specified is to be placed into service by various county departments and divisions. The product provided by the vendor shall meet all EPA and Cal OSHA standards. All products provided will have proper identifying labels affixed to them. The vendor shall provide the appropriate Material Safety Data Sheet (MSDS) for all products supplied. The specifications for propane represent features best suited to the intended use of the product and are not intended to exclude material that may vary slightly from these specifications.

As part of this bid, bidder must provide an exception page for each item bid listing any exception(s) taken to the specifications. If exception(s) are not noted, the County will assume the bidder will meet all of those requirements and assume full responsibility to meet the specifications. Judgment of the exceptions are to rest with Merced County Administrative Services - Purchasing.

Alternate bids will not be considered.

1. PRICING REQUIREMENTS:

1.1. Fuel price differential per gallon based on OPIS price. Differential to include all labor, freight, overhead and fees as applicable. Differential price to remain fixed through period of contract.

Pricing will be based on the following:

• OPIS price (base) + dealer differential + sales tax = County Price

• OPIS price = OPIS San Francisco Rack Price Average for date of sale. OPIS data sheets from date of sale must accompany all invoices.

2. SUPPLY REQUIREMENTS:

2.1. All bidders shall have propane supply contracts, which shall assure the continuous supply of product during the contract period. Initial award period shall commence on January 1, 2020 and terminate on December 31, 2022. In the event the successful Bidder offers to supply their service to the County for the same price as awarded for this bid for any succeeding period, or in the event the successful Bidder is willing to negotiate any justifiable price increase at the time of the succeeding awarded renewal period, and it would be economical and in the best interest of the County, and provided the services have been to the satisfaction of the County, the County reserves the right to extend any award resulting from this proposal on a term-by-term basis to the successful Bidder awarded the Contract. The maximum contract length, with extensions, will be five (5) years. Bidders may be required to furnish information supporting their ability to supply, without major interruption, the products covered in this bid.

2.2. The successful Bidder(s) shall have a reliable source of supply such as a major refiner to assure a continuous supply. However, it shall be the successful Bidder’s responsibility to manage purchases from all sources so as not to jeopardized their ability to purchase fuel for the County in periods of tight supply; or, when, and if Federal, State or Local regulations are re-instituted.

2.3. All Bidders shall have sufficient product storage capacity to supply a quantity equal to one (1) months’ usage of product in the event the Bidder(s) are unable to obtain product from their supplier(s) during any one (1) month of the contract period.

2.4. Fuel provided under this bid shall conform to the following Commercial LP Gas Specifications:

Propane

LBS/GAL

4.24

BTU/GAL

91.800

BTU/LB

21.600

BTU/CF

2.530

SPEC GRAY GAS

1.53

SPEC GRAY LIQUID

0.511

3. DELIVERY AND SERVICE LOCATIONS:

The list below are locations for the delivery of Propane to be used. The table shows the name and address of the location as it is to be listed on all invoices, tank size currently in place and approximate annual consumption. The County reserves the right to add or delete locations during the term of the Contract without any adjustments in the bid price.

#

FACILITY NAME AND ADDRESS

TANK OWNERSHP

TANK SIZE (GALLON)

ESTIMATED ANNUAL

CONSUMPTION

01

Sheriff’s Correction Facility

County Owned

20,000 gallon

91,000 gallons

2584 W. Sandy Mush Road

Merced, CA

02

Juvenile Justice Facility

County Owned

20,000 gallon

25,000 gallons

2840 W. Sandy Mush Road

Merced, CA

03

Snelling Branch Library

County Owned

150 gallon

350 gallons

115916 N. Hwy 59

Snelling, CA

04

Road Maint/Equipment Yard

County Owned

500 gallon

1,200 gallons

20925 Pioneer Road

Los Banos, CA

05

Lake Yosemite Park

- Fish & Game Building

County Owned

300 gallon

800 gallons

- Caretaker’s Residence &

Shop Area

Rental

150 gallon

300 gallons

5714 Lake Road

Merced, CA

#

FACILITY NAME AND ADDRESS CONT’D

TANK OWNERSHP

TANK SIZE (GALLON)

ESTIMATED ANNUAL

CONSUMPTION

06

El Nido Community Hall

Rental

250 gallon

200 gallons

10546 S. Highway 59

El Nido, CA 95317

07

Ballico Fire Station

County Owned

250 gallon

600 gallons

11284 Ballico Ave.

Ballico, CA

08

Cressey Fire Station

County Owned

150 gallon

400 gallons

9255 Cressey Way

Cressey, CA

09

El Nido Fire Station

County Owned

150 gallon

300 gallons

10537 S. Hwy 59

El Nido, CA

10

Snelling Fire Station

Rental

250 gallon

700 gallons

15974 Lewis St

Snelling, CA

11

Le Grand Fire Station

County Owned

500 gallon

300 gallons

3875 Santa Fe Drive

Le Grand, CA

12

Stevinson Fire Station

County Owned

500 gallon

200 gallons

2738 Lander Ave.

Stevenson, CA

13

Gurr Road Fire Station

Rental

320 gallon

700 gallons

961 Gurr Road

Merced, CA

14

Le Grand Library

Rental

500 gallon

1,000 gallons

12949 Le Grand Road

Le Grand, CA

15

Various Portable Tanks

-

5 to 15 gallon

400 gallons

5 to 15 gal as required

Refill to dealer site


SECTION 2

INVITATION FOR BID CALENDAR AND CHECKLIST

1. Calendar

a. Availability of Invitation for Bid 10/17/2019

b. Submittal of Questions / Corrections – Section 3.2 10/31/2019

c. Closing Date for Invitation for Bid – Section 3.3 11/14/2019

2. Submittal Checklist

a. Signature Sheet Attachment A

b. Bid Cost Sheet Attachment B

c. Reference List Attachment C

d. Subcontractor List Attachment D

e. Local Vendor Preference Certification Attachment E


SECTION 3

INSTRUCTIONS FOR SUBMITTING BIDS

1. Bid Submittal

a. Bid must be submitted on the form(s) provided by and made available at the Office of the Merced County Department of Administrative Services-Purchasing, 2222 “M” Street, Room 1, Merced, CA 95340. All items shall be filled in and the signatures of all persons signing shall be written and printed in longhand. All bids submitted must have signature sheet, (Attachment A) completed, dated, with firm's name and signed by a duly authorized officer of the firm.

The bid cost sheet, (Attachment B) to be completed, signed and returned with bid submittal.

Bids not submitted on the form(s) provided may not be considered by the Department of Administrative Services-Purchasing.

b. All bids shall be presented under sealed cover, clearly identified on the outside to read:

• Name of the Bidder

• Address of the Bidder

• Subject of the Bid

• Invitation for Bid Number

• Bid Submittal Deadline Date

c. Please submit one (1) original signature hard copy to be signed in blue ink (original copies marked as such) and one (1) copy.

d. All bids shall remain firm for at least ninety (90) calendar days after Bid Submittal Deadline unless otherwise specified. Within ninety (90) calendar days after the Bid Submittal Deadline opening, a purchase order and/or a contract may be awarded by the County to the lowest responsible bidder, as it may deem proper in its absolute discretion. The time for awarding a purchase order and/or a contract may be extended at the sole discretion of the County, if required to evaluate bids or for such other purposes as the County may determine, unless the bidder objects to such extension in writing with their bid.

e. All prices shall be bid F.O.B. DESTINATION only.

f. Delivery dates of all items/services shall be specified on the bid.

g. Mistakes must be corrected and the correction inserted; correction must be initialed in blue ink by the person signing the bid.

h. Bidder shall be able to withdraw their bid at any time prior to the Bid Submittal Deadline. After bid submitted deadline, the Bidder shall not be relieved of its bid without the consent of the County, nor shall any change in the bid be made because of a mistake. The County may allow a Bidder to withdraw a bid because of a mistake only when the Bidder has notified the County in writing within five (5) work days following the bid opening, specifying in detail how the mistake occurred, and has established to the satisfaction of the County that: (1) a mistake was made; (2) the mistake made the bid materially different from what the bidder intended; and (3) the mistake was made in filling out the bid and was not due to an error in judgment nor to carelessness in inspecting the site nor in reading the plans or specifications.

i. The submission of a bid shall be considered an agreement to all the terms, conditions, and specifications provided herein and in the various bid documents, unless specifically noted otherwise in the bid.

2. Interpretation, Corrections and Addenda

The Bidder must carefully examine the specifications, terms and conditions provided in the Invitation For Bid and become fully informed as to the requirements set forth therein. If anyone planning to submit a bid discovers any ambiguity, conflict, discrepancy, omission or error in the bid, has any questions in relationship to the requirements as specified in Section 1, or any other related matters, they shall immediately notify the contact person as shown on the “Cover Sheet” of such concern in writing and request clarification or modification of the document(s) no later than the deadline as set forth herein:

Deadline for submission of questions: 10/31/2019

No further requests for clarification or objections to the bid will be accepted or considered after this date. Any change in the bid will be made only by written addendum, issued by the Department of Administrative Services-Purchasing to each firm in receipt of the Invitation for Bid and shall be incorporated in the bid.

The Bidder shall sign and date the addendum and submit same with the bid. Any oral communication by the County’s designated contact person or any other County staff member concerning this proposal is not binding on the County and shall in no way modify this proposal or the obligations of the County or any Bidders.

The Bidder may E-mail, mail, or fax the contact person as shown on the “Cover Sheet”.

All inquiries shall be directed to the designated County staff person as shown. Contact with any other County personnel or any undue “badgering” of such County personnel by the Bidder is prohibited. Failure to comply with this request may be considered cause for disqualification of your bid.

3. Bid Submittal Deadline

The bid must be received in the Merced County Department of Administrative Services - Purchasing by 4:00 P.M. local time on November 14, 2019. For the purposes of this bid, the time specified will be as defined by the Date/Time machine in the Office of the Department of Administrative Services-Purchasing, 2222 “M” Street, Room 1, Merced, California 95340. BIDS RECEIVED AFTER THIS DEADLINE WILL BE REJECTED REGARDLESS OF POSTMARK DATE AND WILL BE RETURNED TO THE BIDDER UNOPENED.

Without law or policy to the contrary, if the Bidder took reasonable steps to submit the bid in due time, and failure of the bid to be on hand at the time of closing was not the result of negligence or other fault of the bidder, but was the result of negligence by the County, the County reserves the right to accept such bid.

4. References

Provide a list of at least three (3) three customer references, (Attachment C) which the Bidder had sold or are currently selling similar items/services. Include the company’s name; the name, title, and telephone number of a contact person; the dollar amount of the contract; and the dates that these items/services were completed.

5. Specific Compliance

All Bidders will be required to abide by all applicable local, Federal and State laws and regulations, including, but not limited to:

All material, equipment, handling, or labor submitted under this proposal by Bidder shall meet the required standards of OSHA 1970 and Cal OSHA 1973 as last revised, and orders or requirements issued under DOT (hazardous materials transportation). Bidder warrants that the described material, equipment or labor meets all appropriate OSHA safety and health requirements. Further, it warrants that the said material or equipment will not produce or discharge in any manner or form, directly or indirectly, chemicals or toxic substance that could pose a hazard to the health or safety of anyone who may use the material or equipment or come into contact with the material or equipment, and if so, mitigation is in place in accordance with OSHA standards. The current Material Safety Data Sheet (MSDS) for the above referenced materials must be distributed to the COUNTY receiver of such material prior to or at the time of delivery.

The Bidder awarded the Contract resulting from this proposal shall be in compliance with all applicable standards, orders or requirements issued under Section 306 of the Clean Air Act (41 USC 1857(h)), Section 508 of the Clean Water Act (33 USC, 1368), Executive Order 11738, and Environmental Protection Agency regulations (40 CFR, Part 15) which prohibits the use under nonexempt federal contracts, grants, and loans of facilities included on the EPA List of Violating Facilities. The Contractor shall report violations to the applicable federal agency and the US EPA Assistant Administrator for enforcement. The Bidder awarded the Contract resulting from this proposal shall be in compliance with all applicable standards, and Cal EPA, ARB, and Prop. 65, including required postings, notices, and controls.

6. Acceptance Test

Upon receipt of written notification of the completion of the delivery of the items/services called for under this bid, County, at its option, may conduct a fifteen (15) work day on-site acceptance test. The acceptance test of the items/services will be conducted for the purpose of demonstrating, that, in County’s sole opinion that such items/services performs in accordance with the manufacturer's specifications.

In the event the items/services do not successfully pass the acceptance test, County shall notify the successful Bidder, in writing, specifying in reasonable detail in what respects the items/services failed to perform. Seller shall immediately correct any deficiencies, disclosed by the acceptance test. County may repeat the fifteen (15) work days test again until the items/services have successfully passed the acceptance test.

In the event that the items/services fail to pass the acceptance test within sixty (60) calendar days of the date that the notification of the completion of the delivery of the items/services are received, County shall have the option of immediately terminating any purchase order issued as a result if this bid without financial liability or penalty of any kind, or, with mutual agreement the parties may continue the acceptance testing. The option to terminate any purchase order issued as a result of this bid, as aforesaid, shall remain available to County during any mutually agreed to continuation of the acceptance test after the aforesaid sixty (60) calendar day period. If County elects to termination any purchase order issued as a result of this bid, the successful Bidder shall refund all monies received from County up to the period of termination, within thirty (30) calendar days from receipt of written termination by County.

7. Merced County Business License

Prior to the issuance of any purchase order and/or the performance of any contract derived from this bid, the successful Bidder and its subcontractors shall be required to maintain a Merced County Business License in accordance with the County of Merced Ordinance No. 1705, “An Ordinance Establishing a requirement for a Business License and Temporary Business License and/or persons operating in the unincorporated areas of Merced County" ( www.caed.merced.ca.us ).

It is the intent of the Board of Supervisors of the County of Merced to authorize that no person shall maintain, conduct, or carry-on a business, whether or not for profit, located in whole or in part at a fixed place of business within the County and outside the limits of any incorporated city, without first obtaining a license to operate as provided under the County of Merced Ordinance No. 1705.


SECTION 4

GENERAL TERMS AND CONDITIONS

1. Bid Rejection/Waiver of Informalities

THE COUNTY RESERVES THE RIGHT TO REJECT ANY OR ALL BIDS OR ANY PART THEREOF, TO WAIVE ANY INFORMALITIES IN THE BID AND MINOR IRREGULARITIES, TECHNICAL DEFECTS OR CLERICAL ERRORS.

The County’s decision shall be final. The County’s waiver of an immaterial defect shall in no way modify the bid documents or excuse the Bidder from full compliance with its specifications if the Bidder is awarded the bid.

2. Bonding Requirements

If required, before execution of the contract with the successful Bidder by the County, the successful Bidder shall file with the County the necessary bonds satisfactory to the County in the amounts and for the purposes noted. Bonds shall be duly executed by a responsible corporate surety, authorized to issue such bonds in and secured through an authorized agent with an office in . The successful Bidder shall pay all bond premiums, costs and incidentals.

3. Condition of Equipment Bid

If equipment is proposed, it is to be the newest and latest model in current production. Used, re-manufactured, shopworn, demonstrator, prototype or discontinued models are not acceptable unless otherwise stipulated under this bid.

4. Brand Names

Manufacturers’ brand names and model numbers, when used, are for reference to indicate the character or quality desired. Equal items will be considered, provided the offer clearly describes the item. Offers for equal items must state the manufacturers brand and model number, or level of quality. The determination of the Department of Administrative Services-Purchasing as to what items are equal is final and conclusive. When manufacturer’s brands, model numbers or level of quality is not stated by Bidder, the offer will be considered exactly as specified.

5. Payments, Invoicing and W-9 Certification Form

Invoices shall be mailed or delivered to the County Department whose name and address shall appear in the "INVOICE TO" section of any purchase order and/or contract as a result of this bid.

In addition to the itemized invoice(s) submitted by the successful Bidder for payment, the successful Bidder must also complete and submit a Form W-9, “Request for Taxpayer Identification Number and Certification”, ( www.irs.gov/pub/irs-pdf/fw9.pdf ) to the County. Both invoice(s) and W-9 form shall be forwarded to the County at the address indicated in the purchase order and/or contract. Upon approval by the County, the sum due hereunder shall be paid to the successful Bidder within thirty (30) calendar days following acceptance pursuant to Section “Acceptance Test”, and receipt of a proper invoice(s).

6. Delivery Hours

Delivery will be accepted from to , Monday through Friday.

7. Damage of Items

All damages pursuant to items received by County due to the successful Bidder’s negligence shall be the responsibility of successful Bidder to replace.

8. Alternate Bids

Alternate bids will not be considered.

9. Cash Discount

In connection with any cash discount specified on this bid, time will be computed from the date of the complete delivery of the items/equipment as specified, or from date correct invoices are received in the County department requesting such items/equipment, whichever is later. For the purpose of earning the discount, payment is deemed to be made on the date of mailing of the County warrant or check.

10. Pricing

For the first thirty-six (36) months of the Contract, pricing will be fixed at the submitted bid pricing. Sixty (60) days prior to the anniversary date of the Contract, the successful Bidder may submit proposed pricing revisions for the follow year, which will be subject to negotiation by the County at the County’s discretion. The Bidder must provide adequate documentation to substantiate any request for price increase.

11. Risk of Loss

The successful Bidder shall bear risk of loss until goods have reached the final F.O.B. Destination point. Thereafter, County shall bear risk of loss.

12. Prior to Shipment

While the successful Bidder has risk of loss, the successful Bidder agrees, at its own expense, to procure and carry suitable fire, and extended coverage insurance on material, work-in-process and any furnished items which comprise or will eventually comprise the piece-of equipment. The amount to be insured shall be the actual replacement value of said material, work-in-process and furnished items. Such insurance shall provide a loss payable clause in favor of the successful Bidder as its interest may appear.

13. F.O.B. Point

F.O.B. Destination to include inside delivery to:

MERCED COUNTY

VARIOUS LOCATIONS

14. Examination of Bid Documents

All Bidders shall carefully examine the specifications herein and must fully inform themselves of the conditions and requirement of the items/services to be furnished. Failure to do so will be at Bidder’s own risk and cannot secure relief on the plea of error, or dispute, or question such specifications and the directions explaining or interpreting them.

Should a Bidder find discrepancies in, or omissions from, the specifications, or should he/she be in doubt to their meaning, he/she shall at once notify the County’s Department of Administrative Services-Purchasing. Notification is to be in written form and must be submitted at least seven (7) work days prior to the Bid Submittal Deadline. Any interpretations by the County will be made in written form. Any change in requirements will be done in the form of a written amendment. The receipt of any resulting amendment must be acknowledged in accordance with the directions on the amendment. Oral explanations or instructions given before the award of the contract will not be binding upon the County.

All other questions should be directed to the buyer shown on the “Cover Sheet” of this Invitation for Bid (IFB).

15. Request for Changes

The County reserves the right to order in writing changes in the bid or alterations, additions, or omissions at any time prior to acceptance of the items/services without voiding the bid, and the successful Bidder shall comply with such order. The successful Bidder may also request changes in the bid, but no work will be performed on such changes until the request is approved in writing by the County. Such changes shall be performed in accordance with the original bid requirements except as modified by an amendment. Except as herein provided, the successful Bidder shall have no claim for any other compensation due to changes in the work.

16. Local Business Purchasing Preference

A five percent (5%) preference shall be granted to local Bidders. A local Bidder is defined as:

a. A principal place of business located within the with a valid and verifiable business license, if applicable, issued by a city the County or a business located in the unincorporated areas of the County. Post Office Boxes do not qualify as verifiable local business addresses;

b. Employs at least one (1) full-time employee within the County, or if the business has no employees, shall be at least fifty percent (50%) owned by one or more persons whose primary residence(s) is located within the County; and

c. Has had a fixed office or place of business having a street address within the County for at least six (6) months immediately prior to the issuance of the request for competitive bids by the County.

Local preference only applies to the purchase of materials, supplies, equipment or services, and will not apply to bids conducted cooperatively with other public agencies, nor when prohibited by state or federal statutes or regulations to be awarded to the “lowest responsible bidder” or otherwise exempted from local preference. The total amount of such a preference granted in a single competitive bid shall not exceed $10,000 over a non-local bidder (County of Merced Ordinance No. 1852, Chapter 5.12.025; “Local Business Purchasing Preference”).

17. Insurance

Prior to the commencement of work, and as a precondition to this contract, the successful Bidder shall purchase and maintain the following types of insurance for the stated minimum limits indicated. The successful Bidder shall provide a certificate of insurance and endorsements on each policy as required in this section. Each certificate of insurance shall specify if the successful Bidder has a SIR, and if so, they shall be required to provide the entire policy of insurance with which it has a SIR and/or deductible. All deductibles and self-insured retentions shall be fully disclosed in the Certificates of Insurance and are subject to the express written permission of the County Risk Manager.

a. Requirements and Limits:

1. Commercial General Liability: $1,000,000.00 per occurrence and $2,000,000.00 annual aggregate covering products and completed operations, bodily injury, personal injury and property damage. The County and its officers, employees and agents shall be endorsed to above policies as additional insured using ISO form CG2026, as to any liability arising from the performance of any contract resulting from this proposal.

2. Automotive Liability: $1,000,000.00 per accident for bodily injury and property damage, or split limits of $500,000.00 per person/$1,000,000.00 per accident for bodily injury and $250,000.00 per accident for property damage.

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