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Work includes. The Contractor will perform the following Work during the Forest Planning & Silviculture activities for the specified Area of Operation in accordance with the Specifications noted below, in the Site Plan (or equivalent) and Taan Standard Operating Procedures as determined by Taan Forest, including: Applicable (indicated by “X”) Description Forestry & Silviculture, or similar Surveys - Stocking and Free Growing: Complete surveys according to the BC Ministry of ForestsSilviculture Survey Procedures Manual” (or equivalent) Surveys -Site Degradation and Permanent Access: Complete Site Degradation and Permanent Access surveys consistent with the Taan SOP. Taan Forest – Schedule A: Planting Page 19 of 38 Planting: Quality Control – The Contractor is responsible for monitoring and recording the planting quality and density for all planters. Planting plots, placed on a grid (or representative coverage placed throughout the block) at one plot per hectare, shall be provided in writing (digital excel file) to the Company Representative on a weekly basis (at minimum) or more frequently if quality or logistical reasons arise. Location of Contractor plots must be easily identified in the field with ribbon hung at 1.3 m or higher, and a ribbon secured on the ground indicating plot centre. Each plot ribbon shall be labelled and dated with a black permanent marker. The Contractor shall independently ensure the standards are met and any necessary corrective action is promptly completed. The B.C. Ministry of Forests Planting Quality Inspection System will be used as a guide for determining Planting Quality. Planting Quality may be subject to additional criteria as described in this contract. Planting tools – Shovels with a minimum blade length of 22 cm. Any shovel blades less than 22cm will not be permitted. Bag up Requirements – No more than 2 bundles of each tree species may be unwrapped in the planters bag while planting. Planter bags are must not be overfilled to the point where the integrity of the tree plug is compromised (i.e. loosing soil, squished, broken leaders). Seedlots - Allocate seedlots as per the Appendix 1: 2020 Planting Allocation. Do not mix or intersperse seedlots of the same species. Keep multiple seedlots clearly separated on the block with specific locations clearly noted on the Final Contractor Planting Map that will be submitted with the planting supervisor/xxxxxxx’x notes as per #11 of the Responsibility Description section of the contract. Tree ...
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Work includes. The Contractor will perform the following Work during the Forest Engineering and Planning activities for the specified Area of Operation in accordance with the Specifications noted below, in the Site Plan (or equivalent), the Taan Standard Operating Procedures as determined by Taan Forest, including: Applicable (indicated by “X”) Description Forestry & Silviculture, or similar Surveys - Stocking and Free Growing: Complete surveys according to the BC Ministry of ForestsSilviculture Survey Procedures Manual” (or equivalent) Surveys - Site Degradation and Permanent Access: Complete Site Degradation and Permanent Access surveys consistent with the Taan SOP. Planting: Quality Control - Monitor, and record, the planting quality and density for all planters. Planting plots shall be provided in writing (digital excel file) to the Company Representative at minimum on a weekly basis, or more often should the need arise for quality or logistical reasons. The Contractor shall independently ensure the standards are met and any necessary corrective action is taken promptly. The B.C. Ministry of Forests Planting Quality Inspection System will be used as a guide subject to the following modifications for determining Planting Quality. Seedlots - Allocate seedlots to planting blocks matching genetic gain to site index as best as possible. Allocate seedlots to planting blocks matching stock type to the prescription, considering minimum and maximum specifications. All seedlots identified as potential poor performers must not be planted on high brush hazard sites, or sites with poor access, i.e. heli blocks. Do not mix or intersperse seedlots of the same species. Keep multiple seedlots clearly separated on the block with specific locations clearly noted on the map. Tree Spacing - Vary inter-tree spacing normally between 1.5 and 4 metres to achieve preferred microsite planting. Occasionally use ‘low minimum’ spacing down to 1.5 metre to take advantage of the best microsites and to properly stock hummocky, rocky or heavy slash ground. Plant tight against and into openings of slash piles. Reduce spacing to 1.5 metres around unplantable areas greater than 6 metres across. Space 1.5 metres off the stem of large trees unless otherwise directed. Microsite Selection - Avoid unacceptable microsites (including machine tracks, depressions, wet areas or saturated soil with water filling in the bottom of the shovel hole, shallow soil over bedrock, rock scree with no soil interspersed) Ro...
Work includes. Remove four (4) existing duct smoke detectors and furnish and install four (4) new duct smoke detectors. Correctly program the existing Carrier V.V.T. system. Air balance the interior office space per the engineered drawing that we received from Triad Management. BUDGET INCLUDES: Materials, labor and applicable sales tax. NOTES:
Work includes. The Contractor will perform the following Work during the activities for the specified Area of Operation in accordance with the Specifications noted within the following Stand management Prescriptions: FS 68_42_SMP_Final FS 68_54_SMP_Final FS 68_34_SMP_Final Record Keeping
Work includes. The Contractor will perform the following Work during the activities for the specified Area of Operation in accordance with the Specifications noted below: JUVENILE SPACING
Work includes. A. Perform all demolition work of concrete, asphalt, pavement, utilities, fencing, and related facilities as shown on the drawing and in accordance with this specification. Existing irrigation infrastructure to remain in place unless otherwise noted.
Work includes. A. All labor and equipment to remove the existing bituminous concrete pavement, concrete drives, slabs, pavement pads, curbs, gutters, brick or block walls and sidewalk as required by the contract documents.
Work includes. The Contractor will perform the following Work during the Forest Engineering and Planning activities for the specified Area of Operation in accordance with the Description noted below, in the Site Plan (or equivalent), the Taan Standard Operating Procedures as determined byTaan Forest, including: Applicable (indicated by “X”) Description Forestry & Silviculture, or similar Surveys - Stocking and Free Growing: Complete surveys according to the BC Ministry of ForestsSilviculture Survey Procedures Manual” (or equivalent) Surveys -Site Degradation and Permanent Access: Complete Site Degradation and Permanent Access surveys consistent with the Taan SOP. Taan Forest – 2015 Planting Contract Page 19 of 35 Planting: Quality Control - Monitor and record the planting quality and density for all planters. Planting plots, placed on a grid (or representative coverage placed throughout the block) at one plot per hectare, shall be provided in writing (digital excel file) to the Company Representative on a weekly basis (at minimum) or more frequently if quality or logistical reasons arise. Location of Contractor plots must be easily identified in the field with ribbon hung at 1.3 m or higher, and a ribbon secured on the ground indicating plot centre. Each plot ribbon should be labelled and dated with a black permanent marker. The Contractor shall independently ensure the standards are met and any necessary corrective action is promptly completed. The B.C. Ministry of Forests Planting Quality Inspection System will be used as a guide for determining Planting Quality. Planting Quality may be subject to additional criteria as described in this contract. Planting tools– Shovels must have a minimum spade length of 22 cm. Bag up Requirements –Ensure there are no more than 2 bundles of a tree species unwrapped at one time. Ensure bags are not overfilled to the point where the integrity of the tree plug is compromised (i.e. squished, broken, misshaped). Seedlots - Allocate seedlots as per the Appendix 1: 2015 Plant Allocation. Do not mix or intersperse seedlots of the same species. Keep multiple seedlots clearly separated on the block with specific locations clearly noted on the Final Contractor Planting Map that will be submitted with the planting supervisor/xxxxxxx’x notes as per #8 of the Responsibility Description section of the contract. Tree Spacing -Vary inter-tree spacing to achieve preferred microsite planting, utilizing minimum and contract spacing. The use of minimum...
Work includes. The Contractor will perform the following Work during the activities for the specified Area of Operation in accordance with the Specifications noted below and Taan Standard Operating Procedures: PROTECTOR REMOVAL Where protectors are in good condition and the tree will not be damaged by removing the protector, a ‘Straight Lifting’ procedure can be used for removal. Where the tree might be damaged by protector removal or the protector cannot be removed from the tree, as the tree is too big, a ‘Slicing Treatment’ will be used to remove the protector. All protectors on dead trees will be removed. Straight Lifting: Tree must be >1.2m in height (i.e. leader above top of the protector). If tree is <1.2m in height, slice protectors and tie around tree (see Pre-work for block-specific directions). Remove zap straps and lift protector straight off of the tree. Minimize damage to the branches and stem. Tree must be vertical after treatment; may require tying based on a tying assessment as described in ‘Tying Treatment’ section below. Protectors in poor condition should be sliced and removed as described in the ‘Slicing Treatment’ section below. When trees have grown well above the protector (i.e. >1.0m above) it may be very difficult to remove via straight lifting and a slicing treatment may be required to prevent damage to the tree. Slicing Treatment: Tree must be >1.2 m in height (i.e. leader above top of the protector). A single blade utility knife or equivalent utility grade “hooked” blade should be used. Ensure cuts are directed away from the body. Ensure blades are kept sharp; replace as required. Dispose used blades in a Sharps Container (ie. plastic yogurt containers, etc.). Retract blade after each use, particularly when walking between trees. There must not be any injuries to the stem of the tree, as a result of slicing. Ensure that the protector is completely sliced open from the top to bottom (any uncut portion of the protector will be considered a quality fault). Treat all trees with protectors; the only exception for no treatment to a protector is where a tree is lying on the ground and the tree has not recovered (leader turned / angled to sky at greater than or equal to 90°). For Vexars or mesh products, the protector and metal band (where used) must be cut off / removed completely so that the cedar stem and branches are free from impediments and are no longer at risk of being girdled. Tying Treatment: Trees will be tied following protector removal, b...