Flori­da Asso­ci­a­tion of Reha­bil­i­ta­tion Facil­i­ties, Inc. Con­tract 2015



THIS CON­TRAC­TU­AL AGREE­MENT, made and entered into this 26 day of August, 2015, by and between the Pana­ma City-Bay Coun­ty Air­port and Indus­tri­al Dis­trict, here­inafter referred to as the Air­port Author­i­ty”, and Flori­da Asso­ci­a­tion of Reha­bil­i­ta­tion Facil­i­ties. Inc., a cor­po­ra­tion autho­rized to do busi­ness in Flori­da, here­inafter referred to as Con­trac­tor.”

WHERE­AS, the Con­trac­tor is engaged in pro­vid­ing com­mer­cial jan­i­to­r­i­al ser­vices (here­inafter referred to as Ser­vices”), and has agreed to pro­vide the Air­port Author­i­ty with such ser­vices at the facil­i­ties oper­at­ed by the Air­port Author­i­ty; and 

WHERE­AS, the Con­trac­tor agrees to per­form for the Air­port Author­i­ty the Ser­vices pro­vid­ed for here­in sub­ject to and in accor­dance with the terms and pro­vi­sions hereof; 

NOW, THERE­FORE, for and in con­sid­er­a­tion of the fore­go­ing premis­es and the mutu­al covenants and agree­ments here­in con­tained, the par­ties here­to agree as follows: 


It is the declared and acknowl­edged inten­tion and mean­ing of this Con­tract to pro­vide and secure time­ly respon­sive and sat­is­fac­to­ry twen­ty-four hour jan­i­to­r­i­al ser­vices for the North­west Flori­da Beach­es Inter­na­tion­al Air­port. Objec­tives should be to pro­vide a clean and healthy envi­ron­ment for users of the Air­port by offer­ing reg­u­lar­ly sched­uled, pro­fes­sion­al clean­ing ser­vices and pro­vid­ing extra ser­vices as need­ed to main­tain the high­est lev­el of cleanliness. 


It is the respon­si­bil­i­ty of the Con­trac­tor to fur­nish all ser­vices, labor, mate­ri­als, equip­ment, tools, insur­ance, per­mits, fees (if any), and sup­plies nec­es­sary to ren­der the ser­vices accord­ing to the scope of ser­vices set forth by the Air­port Authority. 

All sup­plies, mate­ri­als, and equip­ment used in the per­for­mance of this Con­tract shall be of the type and qual­i­ty used in large scale jan­i­to­r­i­al ser­vices. Equip­ment shall be main­tained in good oper­at­ing con­di­tion at all times. It is the respon­si­bil­i­ty of the Con­trac­tor to ensure that equip­ment is being oper­at­ed prop­er­ly and that all rec­om­mend­ed safe­ty pre­cau­tions are being fol­lowed in the oper­a­tion of such equip­ment. The Con­trac­tor shall coor­di­nate with the Air­port Author­i­ty when using any pow­ered equip­ment which uses an ener­gy source oth­er than elec­tric­i­ty. This shall include, but not be lim­it­ed to propane or gaso­line pow­ered equip­ment. Should the Air­port Author­i­ty deter­mine that a piece of equip­ment can­not be used in a cer­tain area, the Con­trac­tor shall con­tin­ue to be required to clean the area in accor­dance with the enclosed spec­i­fi­ca­tions. If the Con­trac­tor con­tin­ues to use a piece of equip­ment after being giv­en notice by the Air­port Author­i­ty to stop doing so, the Con­trac­tor may be held in vio­la­tion of this Con­tract and shall be required to reim­burse the Air­port Author­i­ty for any expense incurred as a result of this con­tin­ued usage. 

Clean­ing mate­ri­als shall remain read­i­ly iden­ti­fi­able at all times by pre­serv­ing the orig­i­nal label or sten­cil as to con­tents, man­u­fac­tur­er, and brand names on the bulk con­tain­er or pack­age. Pow­er dri­ven floor scrub­bing, waxing, and pol­ish­ing machines shall be the indus­tri­al type, mechan­i­cal­ly sound, safe to oper­ate, and in a con­di­tion so as not to harm or exces­sive­ly wear exist­ing sur­faces or fin­ish­es and pre­serve man­u­fac­tur­er’s war­ran­ty. Con­trac­tor shall only use sup­plies, chem­i­cals and clean­ing agents which have been approved by all Fed­er­al and State agen­cies specif­i­cal­ly for such use and which Con­trac­tor is licensed to use. Restrict­ed-use chem­i­cals shall not be used. Con­trac­tor shall main­tain OSHA approved Mate­r­i­al Safe­ty Data Sheets (MSDS) with­in the work/stor­age area assigned to the Con­trac­tor by the Air­port Direc­tor. A MŞDS will be kept on file for each chem­i­cal prod­uct, cleaning agent and per­ti­nent sup­plies and shall be made avail­able for review by the Air­port Direc­tor or Air­port Staff upon request. 

The Con­trac­tor shall be respon­si­ble for deter­min­ing a min­i­mum amount of sup­plies need­ed to ensure that all areas cov­ered are prop­er­ly main­tained. Said quan­ti­ty of min­i­mum sup­plies shall be kept on hand at the Air­port at all times. If prop­er­ly main­tained, any defi­cient item shall be restocked from the Con­trac­tor’s sup­ply the same day as it is noted. 

Min­i­mum sup­plies shall include: toi­let tis­sue, mul­ti-fold hand tow­els, toi­let seat cov­ers, lin­ers for the baby chang­ing sta­tions, soap for bath­room dis­pensers, fem­i­nine san­i­tary prod­ucts, san­i­tary prod­uct dis­pos­al lin­ers, and trash can liners. 

The Con­trac­tor shall be per­mit­ted to use cer­tain Air­port Author­i­ty owned areas with­in the ter­mi­nal build­ing for the stor­age of its sup­plies and equip­ment. Specif­i­cal­ly, the Con­trac­tor shall have the use of the Jan­i­to­r­i­al Sup­ply Room locat­ed on the ground floor and the stor­age area locat­ed on the ground floor of the con­course off the ele­va­tor lob­by. Air­port Author­i­ty shall designate an addi­tion­al sev­en hun­dred (700) square feet of secure area with elec­tri­cal ser­vice for Con­trac­tor to store equip­ment and a small office area if fea­si­ble. Air­port Author­i­ty may relo­cate these areas from time to time as nec­es­sary for the oper­a­tions of the air­port. The Con­trac­tor shall be required to keep these areas in a clean and neat con­di­tion at all times, and not allow the accu­mu­la­tion of debris or trash. The Con­trac­tor shall keep these areas locked at all times. The Con­trac­tor shall not store its equip­ment in areas oth­er than these areas with­out first obtain­ing writ­ten per­mis­sion from the Air­port Author­i­ty to do so. 

The Air­port Author­i­ty does not assume lia­bil­i­ty for fire, theft, acci­dent, or any oth­er cause result­ing in dam­age or loss of stored Con­trac­tor’s sup­plies, mate­ri­als, equip­ment, or of per­son­al prop­er­ty or belongings of Con­trac­tor’s employees. 


Ser­vices shall be for a peri­od begin­ning Octo­ber 1, 2015 and shall con­tin­ue for a five year peri­od end­ing Sep­tem­ber 30, 2020, with each year con­tin­gent upon bud­get approval as out­lined in the Arti­cle IV, Rentals, Fees, and Charges. 

Notwith­stand­ing the above, the Air­port Author­i­ty shall have the absolute right to can­cel this Con­tract upon giv­ing the Con­trac­tor thir­ty (30) days writ­ten notice to that effect should the Air­port Author­i­ty deter­mine the Con­trac­tor’s ser­vices under this Con­tract have become unsat­is­fac­to­ry after Ter­mi­na­tion Rights have been applied per Arti­cle XXIV


For the first year of the con­tract term, the Air­port Author­i­ty shall pay the con­trac­tor a fee of $636,656.02 (“Con­tract Amount”). For each sub­se­quent year, the Con­trac­tor shall sub­mit to the Air­port Author­i­ty, nine­ty (90) days pri­or to each anniver­sary of the con­tract, an annu­al bud­get for the sub­se­quent year. Said budget shall detail the amount pro­posed for chem­i­cals and sup­plies, equip­ment, labor, and oth­er costs. The Air­port Author­i­ty shall review the Con­trac­tor’s pro­posed bud­get for rea­son­able­ness of cost and the qual­i­ty of work pro­vid­ed. Should the Air­port Author­i­ty find the pro­posed bud­get accept­able, the Air­port Author­i­ty shall pro­vide writ­ten notice of same to Con­trac­tor and this Con­tract shall be con­tin­ued for the sub­se­quent year. 

Air­port Author­i­ty and Con­trac­tor acknowl­edge the original tile issue has been resolved and Respect and its sub-con­trac­tor under­stand the clean­ing and main­te­nance require­ments of the tile and shall fol­low the estab­lished pro­ce­dures to ensure the orig­i­nal intend­ed look of the tile. If it is deter­mined that there is a bet­ter more effi­cient method of main­te­nance the Con­trac­tor will present it to the Air­port Author­i­ty and a deter­mi­na­tion as to moving 

for­ward will be deter­mined by the Exec­u­tive Director. 

Air­port Author­i­ty and Con­trac­tor acknowl­edge that the traf­fic at North­west Flori­da Beach­es Inter­na­tion­al Air­port (“ECP”) for the next year is unpre­dictable, and that traf­fic may increase sub­stan­tial­ly with the addi­tion of depart­ing and arriv­ing flights, the addi­tion of air­lines and oth­er oppor­tu­ni­ties for expan­sion. Accord­ing­ly, Con­trac­tor and Exec­u­tive Direc­tor shall review the Con­tract Amount six (6) months from the date of this Con­tract to 

deter­mine if such an increase in pas­sen­ger traf­fic has occurred or is sched­uled to occur that the Con­tract Amount must be adjust­ed to pro­vide for addi­tion­al sup­plies and/or labor. If so, the par­ties shall agree to an adjust­ed Con­tract Amount in writ­ing (the Adjust­ed Con­tract Amount) and the Monthly Con­tract Pay­ment shall be adjust­ed accordingly 


The sum of $53,054.67 (“Month­ly Con­tract Pay­ment”) shall be paid by the Air­port Author­i­ty on or before the 10th of every month to: 

RESPECT of Flori­da 2475 Apalachee Pkwy, Suite 205 

Tal­la­has­see, Flori­da 32301 – 4946 


It is express­ly under­stood that the Con­trac­tor agrees to con­form to all Fed­er­al, State, or local laws and reg­u­la­tions, as well as all Air­port Author­i­ty rules and reg­u­la­tions, all of which may apply to the ser­vices to be per­formed and that the Air­port Author­i­ty is to be held free and harm­less from any act or fail­ures by the Con­trac­tor to do so. 

The Con­trac­tor shall obtain and main­tain in force at all times and shall ensure that all sub­con­trac­tors obtain and main­tain in force at all times dur­ing the term of this Con­tract, all licens­es, per­mits and oth­er cer­tifi­cates required by Fed­er­al, State, Coun­ty, or Munic­i­pal author­i­ties for its oper­a­tion under the terms of this Con­tract, and shall pro­vide the Air­port Author­i­ty with copies of all required licens­es, per­mits, and oth­er cer­tifi­cates pri­or to com­menc­ing work. 

The Con­trac­tor agrees to observe all secu­ri­ty require­ments of Trans­porta­tion Secu­ri­ty Admin­is­tra­tion 49 (CFR 1542), and the Air­port Secu­ri­ty Pro­gram, as may be applic­a­ble, and as the same may, from time to time, be amend­ed, and to take such steps as may be nec­es­sary or direct­ed by the Air­port Author­i­ty to ensure that employ­ees, invi­tees, agents and guests observe these require­ments. All per­son­nel work­ing under the pro­vi­sions of this con­tract must qual­i­fy for, wear and exhib­it a secu­ri­ty iden­ti­fi­ca­tion badge issued by the air­port. Indi­vid­u­als requir­ing badges will sub­mit fin­ger­prints for ver­i­fi­ca­tion of past crim­i­nal his­to­ry. All secu­ri­ty badges remain the prop­er­ty of the Air­port Author­i­ty and shall be sur­ren­dered upon ter­mi­na­tion of employ­ment or upon the ter­mi­na­tion of this con­tract. Con­tractor is respon­si­ble for costs asso­ci­at­ed with back­ground checks and pro­duc­ing said badges.

If the Air­port Author­i­ty incurs any fines and/​or penal­ties imposed by Fed­er­al, State, Coun­ty, or Munic­i­pal author­i­ties, either dur­ing the term of this Con­tract or any­time there­after, as a result of the acts or omis­sions of Con­trac­tor, Its employ­ees, invi­tees, agents, guests, or sub-con­trac­tors, then Con­trac­tor shall be respon­si­ble to pay or reim­burse the Air­port Author­i­ty for all such costs and expenses. 


Before start­ing and until ter­mi­na­tion of work for, or on behalf of, the Air­port Author­i­ty, the Con­trac­tor shall pro­cure and main­tain insur­ance of the types and to the lim­its specified. 

The term Air­port Author­i­ty as used in this sec­tion of the Con­tract is defined to mean the Pana­ma City-Bay Coun­ty Air­port and Indus­tri­al Dis­trict itself, any sub­sidiaries or affil­i­ates, elect­ed and appoint­ed offi­cials, employ­ees, vol­un­teers, rep­re­sen­ta­tives and agents. 

Insur­ance shall be issued by an insur­er whose busi­ness rep­u­ta­tion, finan­cial sta­bil­i­ty and claims pay­ment rep­u­ta­tion is sat­is­fac­to­ry to the Air­port Authority, for the Air­port Author­i­ty’s pro­tec­tion only. Unless oth­er­wise agreed, the amounts, form and type of insur­ance shall con­form to the fol­low­ing min­i­mum requirements: 


The Con­trac­tor shall pur­chase and main­tain Work­er’s Com­pen­sa­tion Insur­ance Cov­er­age for all Work­ers’ Com­pen­sa­tion oblig­a­tions whether legal­ly required or not. Addi­tion­al­ly, the pol­i­cy, or sep­a­rate­ly obtained pol­i­cy, must include Employ­ers Lia­bil­i­ty Cov­er­age of at least $100,000 each per­son – acci­dent, $100,000 each per­son — dis­ease, $500,000 aggregate — disease. 


The Con­trac­tor shall pur­chase cov­er­age on forms no more restric­tive than the lat­est edi­tions of the Com­mer­cial Gen­er­al Lia­bil­i­ty and Busi­ness Auto poli­cies filed by the Insur­ance Ser­vices Office. The Air­port Author­i­ty shall be an Addi­tion­al Insured and such cov­er­age shall be at least as broad as that pro­vid­ed to the Named Insured under the pol­i­cy for the terms and con­di­tions of this con­tract. The Air­port Author­i­ty shall not be con­sid­ered liable for pre­mi­um pay­ment, enti­tled to any pre­mi­um return or div­i­dend and shall not be con­sid­ered a mem­ber of any mutu­al or rec­i­p­ro­cal com­pa­ny. Min­i­mum lim­its of $1,000,000 per occur­rence, and per acci­dent, com­bined sin­gle lim­it for lia­bil­i­ty must be pro­vid­ed, with $3,000,000 aggre­gate annu­al­ly insur­ance coverage. 

Com­mer­cial Gen­er­al Lia­bil­i­ty cov­er­age must be pro­vid­ed, includ­ing bod­i­ly injury and prop­er­ty damage lia­bil­i­ty for premis­es, oper­a­tions, con­trac­tu­al, prod­ucts and com­plet­ed oper­a­tions, and inde­pen­dent con­trac­tors. Broad Form Com­mer­cial Gen­er­al Lia­bil­i­ty cov­er­age, or its equiv­a­lent shall pro­vide at least, broad form con­trac­tu­al lia­bil­i­ty applic­a­ble to this spe­cif­ic con­tract, as well as per­son­al injury lia­bil­i­ty and broad form prop­er­ty dam­age lia­bil­i­ty. The cov­er­age shall be writ­ten on occur­rence-type basis. 

Busi­ness Auto Pol­i­cy cov­er­age must be pro­vid­ed, includ­ing bod­i­ly injury and prop­er­ty dam­age aris­ing out of oper­a­tion, main­te­nance or use of owned, non-owned and hired auto­mo­biles and employ­ee non-ownership 


Umbrel­la Lia­bil­i­ty Insur­ance cov­er­age shall not be more restric­tive that the under­ly­ing insur­ance pol­i­cy cov­er­ages. The cov­er­age shall be writ­ing on an occur­rence-type basis. 


Required insur­ance shall be doc­u­ment­ed in the Cer­tifi­cates of Insur­ance that pro­vide that the Air­port Author­i­ty shall be noti­fied at least thir­ty (30) days in advance of can­cel­la­tion, non-renew­al or adverse change or restric­tion in cov­er­age. The Air­port Author­i­ty shall be named on each Cer­tifi­cate as an Addi­tion­al Insured and this con­tract shall be list­ed. If required by the Air­port Author­i­ty, the Con­trac­tor shall fur­nish copies of the Con­trac­tor’s insur­ance poli­cies, forms, endorse­ments, jack­ets and oth­er items form­ing a part of, or relating to such poli­cies. Cer­tifi­cates shall be on the Cer­tifi­cate of Insur­ance” form equal to, as deter­mined by the Air­port Author­i­ty an ACORD 25. Any wording in a Cer­tifi­cate which would make noti­fi­ca­tion of can­cel­la­tion, adverse change or restric­tion in cov­er­age to the Air­port Author­i­ty an option shall be delet­ed or crossed out by the insur­ance car­ri­er or the insur­ance car­ri­er’s agent or employ­ee. The Con­tract shall replace any can­celed, adverse­ly changed, restrict­ed or non-renewed poli­cies with new poli­cies accept­able to the Air­port Author­i­ty and shall file with the Air­port Author­i­ty Cer­tifi­cates of Insur­ance under the new poli­cies pri­or to the effec­tive date of such can­cel­la­tion, adverse change or restric­tion. If any pol­i­cy is not time­ly replaced, in a man­ner accept­able to the Air­port Author­i­ty, the Con­trac­tor shall, upon instruc­tions of the Air­port Author­i­ty, cease all oper­a­tions under the Con­tract until direct­ed by the Air­port Author­i­ty, in writ­ing, to resume oper­a­tions. The Cer­tifi­cate Hold­er” address should read: Pana­ma City-Bay Coun­ty Air­port and Indus­tri­al Dis­trict, 6300 West Bay Park­way, Pana­ma City Beach, FL 32409. An addi­tion­al copy should be sent to the North­west Flori­da Beach­es Inter­na­tion­al Air­port, Attn: Exec­u­tive Direc­tor, 6300 West Bay Park­way, Pana­ma City Beach, FL 32409


The Con­trac­tor required cov­er­age shall be con­sid­ered pri­ma­ry, and all oth­er insur­ance shall be con­sid­ered as excess, over and above the Con­trac­tor’s cov­er­age. The Con­trac­tor’s poli­cies of cov­er­age will be con­sid­ered pri­ma­ry as relates to all pro­vi­sions of the contract. 

LOSS CON­TROL AND SAFE­TY: The Con­trac­tor shall retain con­trol over its employ­ees, agents, ser­vants and sub­con­trac­tors, as well as con­trol over its invi­tees, and its activ­i­ties on and about the sub­ject premis­es and the man­ner in which such activ­i­ties shall be under­tak­en and to that end, the Con­trac­tor shall not be deemed to be an agent of the Air­port Author­i­ty. Pre­cau­tion shall be exer­cised at all times by the Con­trac­tor for the pro­tec­tion of all per­sons, includ­ing employ­ees, and prop­er­ty, The Con­trac­tor shall make spe­cial effort to detect haz­ards and shall take prompt action where loss control/​safety mea­sures should rea­son­ably be expect­ed. It is agreed that Con­trac­tor takes full respon­si­bil­i­ty for all secu­ri­ty mea­sures or con­trols need­ed for the safe use of the sub­ject premis­es and that the Air­port Author­i­ty does not rep­re­sent that the secu­ri­ty mea­sures tak­en by the Con­trac­tor are ade­quate for the pur­pose intended. 

HOLD HARM­LESS: The Con­trac­tor shall indem­ni­fy and hold harm­less the Air­port Author­i­ty, its offi­cers and employ­ees, from any and all lia­bil­i­ties, damages, loss­es, and costs, includ­ing, but not lim­it­ed to, rea­son­able attor­ney’s fees, to the extent caused by the négligence, reck­less­ness or inten­tion­al wrong­ful mis­con­duct of the Con­trac­tor and per­sons employed or uti­lized by the Con­trac­tor in the per­for­mance of this con­tract. The Con­trac­tor’s obligation shall not be lim­it­ed by, or in any way to, any insur­ance cov­er­age or by any pro­vi­sion or exclu­sion or omis­sion form any pol­i­cy of insurance. 

PAY ON BEHALF OF THE AIR­PORT AUTHOR­I­TY: The Con­trac­tor agrees to pay on behalf of the Air­port Author­i­ty, as well as pro­vide a legal defense for the Air­port Author­i­ty, both of which will be done only if and when request­ed by the Air­port Author­i­ty, for all claims as described in the Hold Harm­less para­graph. Such pay­ment on the behalf of the Air­port Author­i­ty shall be in addi­tion to any and all oth­er legal reme­dies avail­able to the Air­port Author­i­ty and shall not be con­sid­ered to be the Air­port Author­i­ty’s exclu­sive remedy. 

THIRD PAR­TY FIDELI­TY OR JAN­I­TO­R­I­AL BOND cov­er­age must be pro­vid­ed, with Lim­its of Lia­bil­i­ty of not less than $25,000. Such cov­er­age will be sub­ject to the require­ments set forth in the Cer­tifi­cates of Insur­ance” sec­tion list­ed pre­vi­ous­ly. Cover­age must be writ­ten on a Com­mer­cial Blan­ket” basis, as defined by, or equal to, a pol­i­cy issued under Insur­ance Ser­vice Office (ISO) or Sure­ty Asso­ci­a­tion of Amer­i­ca Guidelines. 


When­ev­er the Con­trac­tor has knowl­edge that any actu­al or poten­tial labor dis­pute is delay­ing or threat­ens to delay the time­ly per­for­mance for this Con­tract, the Con­trac­tor shall imme­di­ate­ly give notice there­of, includ­ing all rel­e­vant infor­ma­tion with respect there­to, to the Air­port Director. 


The Con­trac­tor shall not make any changes to the work require­ments of the Con­tract with­out writ­ten autho­riza­tion from the Air­port Director. 


All work will be per­formed in a safe man­ner and in accor­dance with the most mod­ern and effec­tive tech­niques. Should the Con­trac­tor per­form work in an unsafe man­ner after hav­ing been giv­en notice by the Air­port Author­i­ty of such unsafe prac­tices, the Air­port Author­i­ty may can­cel this Agreement. 

The Con­trac­tor shall fur­nish, erect, and main­tain all bar­ri­cades, warn­ing signs, and mark­ings, in a man­ner accept­able to the Air­port Direc­tor, nec­es­sary to pro­tect the pub­lic and the work being per­formed or the work area. 



It is the respon­si­bil­i­ty of the Con­trac­tor to pro­vide ade­quate and com­pe­tent super­vi­sion to ensure com­pli­ance with the pro­vi­sions con­tained here­in. The super­vi­sor shall have the nec­es­sary knowl­edge and abil­i­ty to direct the prop­er pros­e­cu­tion of the ser­vices and shall ensure that employ­ees do not engage in activ­i­ties not directly con­nect­ed to pro­vid­ing the ser­vices required under this contract. 

Ade­quate and com­pe­tent super­vi­sion shall be pro­vid­ed at all hours, day or night, to check work done by the Con­trac­tor’s employ­ees to assure per­for­mance and accom­plish­ment in strict accor­dance with the pro­vi­sions con­tained in the Con­tract. To that end, the site man­ag­er shall adhere to the core hours of Mon­day through Fri­day, 8 am to 5 pm, should sit­u­a­tions arise requir­ing the site man­ager’s and/​or super­vi­sors’ absence from the air­port premis­es (such as meet­ings, train­ing, etc.), and this absence will be agreed upon in advance with the air­port rep­re­sen­ta­tion. The intent of this arti­cle is to have an on-site super­vi­sor present to the max­i­mum extent possible. 

The Con­trac­tor’s rep­re­sen­ta­tive, or site man­ag­er, and supervisor(s) names, includ­ing a writ­ten state­ment of the author­i­ty of each and an orga­ni­za­tion chart, will be sub­mit­ted to the Air­port Direc­tor. Addi­tion­al duties shall include but not be restrict­ed to the following: 

A. Ensure employ­ees do not gam­ble, engage in ath­let­ic events, lounge, sleep, play cards or par­tic­i­pate in any oth­er activ­i­ty not direct­ly con­nect­ed to pro­vid­ing the ser­vices required under this Contract. 

Train per­son­nel prop­er­ly in per­form­ing work in accor­dance with prop­er clean­ing methods. 

Pre­vent gener­al care­less­ness in clean­ing oper­a­tions and abuse of facil­i­ties, and instruct employ­ees to abide by safe­ty rules and reg­u­la­tions for the pro­tec­tion of ten­ants, vis­i­tors, pub­lic and them­selves. Train employ­ees regard­ing all reg­u­la­tions set out in the Unit­ed States Occu­pa­tion­al Safe­ty and Health Act (OSHA) and assure com­pli­ance with all such rules. 

Indoc­tri­nate employ­ees to report fires, haz­ardous con­di­tions and items requir­ing imme­di­ate repair. 

Pre­vent waste­ful prac­tices in con­nec­tion with the Air­port Author­i­ty fur­nished utilities. 

Instruct employ­ees not to dis­turb papers on desks, not to open desk draw­ers or cab­i­nets, not to use Air­port Author­i­ty tele­phone service. 

Assure that employ­ees lock restrict­ed areas after clean­ing and return the keys imme­di­ate­ly to per­son­nel in charge of said areas. 

Instruct employ­ees to turn found items in to the Air­port Direc­tor or his Rep­re­sen­ta­tive for safe­keeping.

Arrange for access to wom­en’s wash­rooms when jan­i­to­r­i­al work is to be per­formed by male per­son­nel or access to men’s wash­rooms when work is per­formed by female personnel. 

Pro­vide ade­quate labor force includ­ing replace­ments for personnel. 


On leave Out because of sick­ness Dis­missed or sus­pend­ed for cause Resigned

All employ­ees assigned by the Con­trac­tor to the per­for­mance of work under this Con­tract shall be phys­i­cal­ly able to do their assigned work and shall be free from any com­mu­ni­ca­ble dis­ease. Employ­ees shall be capa­ble and expe­ri­enced in the type of work to be per­formed under this Con­tract. Employ­ees work­ing in secu­ri­ty areas as defined by the Air­port Direc­tor shall be sub­ject to a law enforce­ment agency back­ground inves­ti­ga­tion. The Air­port Direc­tor or his Rep­re­sen­ta­tive, may, in writ­ing, require the Con­trac­tor to remove from the air­port work force any employ­ee that he deems incom­pe­tent, care­less, or oth­er­wise objec­tion­able. Employ­ees shall not be allowed to car­ry firearms or any oth­er type of weapons on air­port premis­es regard­less of the pos­ses­sion of any 

license or per­mit by such employ­ee. Any employ­ee who oper­ates a vehi­cle on air­port premis­es shall pos­sess a cur­rent legal and valid Flori­da Dri­ver’s License whether such license would oth­er­wise be required to oper­ate a vehi­cle on air­port premis­es or not. 


To main­tain the appear­ance of the areas desired by the Air­port Author­i­ty, and for the safe­ty of the pub­lic, high qual­i­ty ser­vices are required. Hasty and care­less per­for­mance of the work and the repeat­ed neces­si­ty of call­ing to the atten­tion of the Con­trac­tor unsat­is­fac­to­ry work will not be tol­er­at­ed. Evi­dence of such unsat­is­fac­to­ry work will be called to the atten­tion of the Con­trac­tor through the Air­port Direc­tor or his Rep­re­sen­ta­tive, with the request to take imme­di­ate mea­sures to improve on the work to obtain respon­sive, time­ly, and sat­is­fac­to­ry results. The Con­trac­tor shall car­ry out and super­vise his oper­a­tion so that it will not be nec­es­sary to bring such unsat­is­fac­to­ry mat­ters to his attention.. 


In the event the Con­trac­tor fails to pro­vide either ser­vices on sched­ule or sat­is­fac­to­ry ser­vices to any part of the areas cov­ered, the air­port reserves the right to hire the ser­vices of anoth­er out­side con­trac­tor to per­form ser­vices left undone or per­formed unsat­is­fac­to­ri­ly, and the cost shall be deduct­ed from the next mon­th’s pay­ment to the Contractor. 

At the dis­cre­tion of the Air­port Direc­tor, the Con­trac­tor may be giv­en an oppor­tu­ni­ty to cor­rect such unsat­is­fac­to­ry per­for­mance and conditions. 


The Con­trac­tor shall be respon­si­ble for all break­age and dam­age to prop­er­ty (real and per­son­al) that may occur as a result of the fault or negligence on the part of its part­ners, offi­cers, agents, employ­ees, con­trac­tors, sub­con­trac­tors, or any­one act­ing under its direc­tion and con­trol in the pros­e­cu­tion of the work here­in spec­i­fied. All repairs for which the Con­trac­tor is liable shall be made by the Con­trac­tor unless the Air­port Author­i­ty deter­mines that it is more appro­pri­ate for the Air­port Author­i­ty to make the repairs. In such a case, the Air­port Author­i­ty shall make the repairs at the Con­trac­tor’s expense. All repairs for which the Con­trac­tor is liable and which are not under­tak­en with­in two days after the Air­port Author­i­ty has giv­en the Con­trac­tor notice to so do shall be per­formed by the Air­port Author­i­ty, in which event the Con­trac­tor shall reim­burse the Air­port Author­i­ty for the cost there­of, plus a ten per­cent (10%) admin­is­tra­tive charge, and said amount shall be due by the 10th day of the fol­low­ing month. Unless oth­er­wise agreed upon by the Air­port Author­i­ty all replace­ment mate­r­i­al used by the Con­trac­tor shall be the same as that being replaced. Repeat­ed acts of break­age or van­dal­ism may result in the Air­port Author­i­ty requir­ing the Con­trac­tor to assign dif­fer­ent per­son­nel to per­form the ser­vices at the loca­tion cov­ered.


The Con­trac­tor shall through its super­vi­so­ry per­son­nel, alert its employ­ees to con­serve util­i­ties such as water, elec­tric­i­ty, heat and air con­di­tion­ing, to shut off faucets and turn off light when not in use or needed. 


The Con­trac­tor shall not do any­thing or per­mit any­thing to be done which may inter­fere with the oper­a­tion of the Air­port. All waste mate­r­i­al shall be prompt­ly removed from the premises. 


The areas to be ser­viced under this con­tract shall include the Ter­mi­nal Build­ing, Load­ing Bridges, Con­trol Tow­er, and the pedes­tri­an walk­ways which bor­der the west and south­ern ends along exte­ri­or of the ter­mi­nal build­ing at the North­west Flori­da Beach­es Inter­na­tion­al Air­port. The Busi­ness Cen­ter, the Mil­i­tary Welcome 

Lounge, the two restaurant/​food ser­vice areas and the two con­ces­sion areas/​gift shops shall not be pro­vid­ed Ser­vices pur­suant to this Contract. 


The fol­low­ing def­i­n­i­tions are for the clar­i­fi­ca­tion and under­stand­ing of the scope of service: 


Remove sur­face dirt with a damp cloth, chamois, mop or oth­er sim­i­lar item. 


Wash or spray with a flu­id con­tain­ing disinfectant. 


Remove sur­face dirt with a treat­ed cloth, lam­b’s wool duster or oth­er sim­i­lar item. 


Clean with an approved pol­ish­ing com­pound, or rub (waxed sur­face) with a dry cloth. When using any type of pol­ish, apply prod­uct to cloth and not direct­ly on to the sur­face to be polished. 


Remove spots, fin­ger­prints and oth­er iso­lat­ed deface­ments by wash­ing or by using a com­mer­cial clean­ing compound. 


Remove sur­face dirt with a broom, treat­ed mop or mechan­i­cal sweeper. 


Remove sur­face dirt and/or imbed­ded dirt with a suc­tion cleaner. 


Remove dirt and/or oth­er accu­mu­la­tions with deter­gent, dis­in­fec­tant or sim­i­lar product. 


Apply wax or fin­ish after the sur­face has been stripped, scrubbed or wet mopped. 


Remove dirt with a cot­ton, blend, or nylon mop and water by laying down clean­ing solu­tion and rins­ing with clear water in two sep­a­rate operations. 


Remove dirt with moist cot­ton, blend, or nylon mop. 


Clean iso­lat­ed areas after spillage, etc. with damp cot­ton, blend, or nylon mop. 


Remove cig­a­rette butts, paper cups or oth­er debris between reg­u­lar clean­ing activities. 


Remove sur­face dirt with a soft cloth, chamois or oth­er sim­i­lar article. 


Clean with neu­tral deter­gent, scrub brush and/​or floor machine. 


Remove accu­mu­la­tions of wax or fin­ish and dirt. 


Applies to giv­en areas (i.e.) office, rental roomettes, etc.). Includes dust­ing fur­ni­ture and fur­nish­ings; emp­ty and wipe ask trays and trash recep­ta­cles; spot clean walls, par­ti­tions, doors, etc.; sweep floors (hard sur­faced) and/​or vac­u­um (if carpeted). 


Remove dirt, stains, or oth­er extra­ne­ous mater. 


Apply one or more coat of floor fin­ish to floors after strip­ping operations. 


Sys­tem of resilient floor main­te­nance (a clean­ing-fin­ish solu­tion is applied in spray form and imme­di­ately buffed dry. Scuffs, marks, etc. are removed and gloss is restored.) 


Sys­tem of grout main­te­nance (Apply a deter­gent solu­tion to the floor, allow to work in, scrub grout areas with appro­pri­ate brush by hand or machine, pick up solu­tion with wet vac­u­um, and thor­ough­ly rinse floor and allow to dry.) 

Under this Con­tract, the Con­trac­tor shall pro­vide jan­i­to­r­i­al ser­vices to the Ter­mi­nal Build­ing, Ter­mi­nal Build­ing entry side­walk and Con­cours­es 24 hours per day, 7 days per week, as nec­es­sary to com­plete work out­lined here­in. Ser­vices will not be pro­vid­ed to com­mer­cial ven­dors oth­er than air­lines and rental areas. 

The Con­trac­tor shall pro­vide its super­vi­so­ry staff with cel­lu­lar phones to be used while they are work­ing at the premis­es cov­ered under this Con­tract or while on call.” Said cel­lu­lar phones shall be kept in good work­ing con­di­tion and shall be worn at all times by one of the on-duty super­vi­sors. The Con­trac­tor shall pro­vide the City with the cel­lu­lar tele­phone num­ber where­by the City may con­tact the on-duty jan­i­to­r­i­al supervisor. 

Ser­vic­ing of areas must be sched­uled, tak­ing into account peak peri­ods in the Air­port, so as not to inter­fere with pas­sen­ger traf­fic. Fre­quen­cy of MIN­I­MUM jani­to­r­i­al ser­vic­ing will be as follows: 


Pub­lic Restrooms – Men’s and Wom­en’s: Restrooms are the most last­ing impres­sion of a pub­lic build­ing and shall be ser­vice to the high­est stan­dards of cleanliness. 

1. Fre­quen­cy of ser­vice for restrooms may require that the ser­vices be pro­vid­ed more than twice per shift between the hours of 5 A.M. and 11:00 P.M. and less fre­quent­ly dur­ing the oth­er hours. 

2. Floors and base­boards shall be swept and wet mopped. 

3. Com­modes, uri­nals, and wash basins shall be washed, and dis­in­fect­ed. No rust or encrustation 

shall remain.

4. Mir­rors, shelv­ing, dis­pensers, and oth­er bright fix­tures such as water faucets shall be cleaned 

and no oily residue present. 

5. All oth­er sur­faces shall be spot cleaned and hor­i­zon­tal sur­faces dusted. 

6. Paper dis­pensers shall be checked and stocked from Con­trac­tor’s stock. 

7. Soap dis­pensers shall be checked and stocked from Con­trac­tor’s stock. 

8. Seat cov­er dis­pensers shall be checked and stocked from Con­trac­tor’s stock. 

9. Baby chang­ing sta­tion lin­ers shall be checked and stocked from Con­trac­tor’s stock. 

10. Tam­pon and san­i­tary nap­kin dis­pensers shall be filled as required from Con­trac­tor’s stock. 

11. San­i­tary prod­uct recep­ta­cles shall be emp­tied, cleaned, dis­in­fect­ed and pro­vid­ed with new bag lin­ers from Con­trac­tor’s stock. 

12. Trash recep­ta­cles shall be emp­tied and cleaned. 

13. As required, a plunger shall be used on stopped toi­lets in an attempt to cor­rect prob­lems before 

report­ing prob­lems to Air­port Maintenance. 

B. Lob­bies and Concourse:

1. All areas shall be policed on a rou­tine basis. 

2. All trash recep­ta­cles shall be checked and cleaned, and the exte­ri­ors damp wiped. Trash 

recep­ta­cles shall be emp­tied when they become more than 12 full. 

3. Drink­ing foun­tains shall be cleaned and disinfected. 

4. Floors shall be spot mopped as required. 

5. All wait­ing areas shall be cleaned and free of debris, dust and oth­er unsight­ly materials. 

6. All seat­ing fix­tures shall be vac­u­umed as to be kept free of dust and unsight­ly mate­ri­als, spot cleaned as needed. 

C. Exte­ri­or Entrance Ways:

1. All areas shall be policed on a rou­tine basis. 

2. Emp­ty ash recep­ta­cles at all entrance doors and change sand as required. 



1. Vac­u­um clean secu­ri­ty check­point mats. 


Lob­by and Concourse: 

1. Sweep and mop stairs between escalators. 

2. Sweep and damp mop floors to remove abra­sives, debris, and spills as needed. 

Exte­ri­or Entrance Ways: 

1. All trash recep­ta­cles shall be checked and cleaned, and exte­ri­ors shall be damp wiped. Trash recep­ta­cles shall be emp­tied when they become more than 12 full. 


A. Pub­lic Restrooms:

1. Damp wipe all tile walls, dividers and stall doors inside and outside. 

2. Check and, if nec­es­sary, change deodorizers. 

Lob­bies and Con­course:

1. Dust all hor­i­zon­tal sur­faces below 80”, includ­ing all base­boards as needed. 

2. All inte­ri­or glass below 80″ shall be cleaned includ­ing the glass on the slid­ing doors. Sweep 

door tracks to remove material. 

3. All wall sur­faces, includ­ing columns, shall be spot cleaned up to 80”. 

4. Clean, vac­u­um, spot clean, and wipe all gate areas to include stair­wells and landings.

5. Clean ele­va­tors by vac­u­um­ing, spot clean­ing, and pol­ish­ing, to include tracks, walls, doors, and ceil­ings. Pol­ish used will be meant for stain­less steel maintenance. 

6. Clean, dust, and wipe Secu­ri­ty screen­ing area. 

7. Wipe down and dis­in­fect tele­phone handsets. 

8. Machine scrub hard floor traf­fic lanes includ­ing bathrooms. 

9. Spot mop hard floors as need­ed dur­ing peak periods. 

10. Damp mop con­course entrance stairs. 

11. Remove all gum from all sur­faces cov­ered under contract. 

12. Wet mop ser­vice cor­ri­dors floor­ing and spot clean walls and doors as needed. 

13. Damp wipe esca­la­tor handrails. 

14. Wipe met­al on escalators. 

15. Vac­u­um and spot clean as need­ed car­pet­ed areas. 

16. Pol­ish stain­less steel on stair wells between escalators. 

Exte­ri­or Entrances: 

1. Sweep all main entrance areas. 

2. Spot mop exte­ri­or entrance areas for spills as needed. 

Admin­is­tra­tion Spaces: 

1. The Admin­is­tra­tion Spaces shall be cleaned after 6:00 P.M., or oth­er such time as agreed upon by Con­trac­tor and Exec­u­tive Direc­tor, 5 days per week (Mon­day thru Friday) 

2. The Admin­is­tra­tion Spaces shall include Air­port Admin­is­tra­tion and Board Room, Air Car­ri­er Admin­is­tra­tive Offices, Air­port Secu­ri­ty offices, and TSA Office. 

3. Dust all hor­i­zon­tal sur­faces below 80”, includ­ing all baseboards. 

4. Vac­u­um Carpeting 

5. Spot clean car­pet using small area/​spot clean machine as required 

6. All inte­ri­or glass, includ­ing win­dow in recep­tion area, shall be cleaned. 

7. All wall sur­faces shall be spot cleaned up to 80”. 

8. Wipe down front of all kitchen cab­i­nets and counters. 


9. All trash recep­ta­cles shall be emp­tied and cleaned. 

10. Clean Admin­is­tra­tion restrooms in accor­dance with the fol­lowing:

a. Floors and base­boards shall be swept and wet mopped or scrubbed. 

b. Com­mode and wash basin shall be washed, and dis­in­fect­ed. No rust or encrustation 

shall remain.

c. Mir­rors, dis­pensers, and oth­er bright fix­tures such as water faucets shall be cleaned 

and no oily residue present. 

d. All oth­er sur­faces shall be spot cleaned and hor­i­zon­tal sur­faces dusted. 

e. Paper dis­pensers shall be checked and stocked from Con­trac­tor’s stock. 

f. Soap dis­pensers shall be checked and stocked from Con­trac­tor’s stock. 

g. Seat cov­er dis­pensers shall be checked and stocked from Con­trac­tor’s stock. 

h. Trash recep­ta­cles shall be emp­tied and cleaned. 

i. As required, a plunger shall be used on stopped toi­let in an attempt to cor­rect prob­lems before report­ing prob­lems to Air­port Maintenance. 

11. Damp mop floor in kitchen. 

12. Damp wipe con­fer­ence room table tops and spot vac­u­um car­pets as needed 


Lob­bies and Concourse: 

1. Clean baseboards. 

2. Machine scrub all hard floors, includ­ing bathrooms 

3. Damp wipe front of all tick­et, rental and board­ing agent coun­ters.

4. Damp wipe all plant containers. 

5. Damp wipe each bag belt exterior. 

Con­trol Tow­er

1. Trash recep­ta­cles emp­tied and cleaned 

2. Floors swept and damp mopped 

3. Damp wipe door jambs, hand plates and kick plates 

4. Clean ele­va­tor sur­faces and ele­va­tor tracks 

5. Sweep stairs and stair­well, damp wipe hand rails, spot mop as needed 

6. Clean all fix­tures and restock bathroom 


C. Load­ing Bridges (all):

1. Damp wipe walls, doors, and con­trol panel. 

2. Police area and spot vac­u­um as needed. 

D. South­west and Delta Oper­a­tions Area: 

1. All trash recep­ta­cles shall be emp­tied and cleaned. 

2. Dust all hor­i­zon­tal sur­faces below 80”, includ­ing all baseboards. 

3. Clean glass on inte­ri­or entrance doors. 

4. Sweep out­side main entrance doors. 

5. Sweep floors and then damp mop. 

6. Wipe down front kitchen cab­i­nets and counters. 

7. Clean both restrooms in accor­dance with the fol­lowing:

a. Floors and tile base­boards shall be swept and wet mopped or scrubbed. 

b. Com­modes, uri­nals, and wash basins shall be washed and dis­in­fect­ed. No rust or 

encrus­ta­tion shall remain. 

c. Mir­rors, shelv­ing, dis­pensers, and oth­er bright fix­tures such as water faucets shall be 

cleaned and no oily residue present. 

d. All oth­er sur­faces shall be spot cleaned and hor­i­zon­tal sur­faced dusted. 

e. Paper dis­pensers shall be checked and stocked. 

f. Soap dis­pensers shall be checked and stocked. 

g. Seat cov­er dis­pensers shall be checked and stocked. 

h. Trash and ash can recep­ta­cles shall be emp­tied and cleaned. 

San­i­tary prod­ucts recep­ta­cles shall be emp­tied, cleaned, dis­in­fect­ed and pro­vid­ed with a new bag lin­er from Con­trac­tor’s stock. 


A. Admin­is­tra­tion Areas: 1. High speed buff all VCT floors 

2. Spot clean doors, jambs, kick plates and hand plates 

B. Load­ing Bridges:

1. Vac­u­um all car­pet­ed areas, spot clean with extrac­tion spotter 

Lob­bies and Con­course:


1. Buff/​burnish hard floor traf­fic lanes, includ­ing bathrooms 

2. Pol­ish met­al on esca­la­tors using an approved stain­less steel cleaner. 

3. Sweep and mop stair­wells and damp wipe door jambs and hand plates. 

4. Damp wipe all seats. 

5. Damp mop floor in dis­abled pas­sen­ger load­ing area. 

6. Check for and remove as nec­es­sary min­er­al deposits from drink­ing fountains. 

D. Exte­ri­or Entrance: 

1. Scrub exte­ri­or trash­cans along front of terminal. 


Admin­is­tra­tion Areas: 

1. Sweep, mop, apply restor­er and buff all VCT tile areas 

Load­ing Bridges: 

1. Extrac­tion clean all car­pet­ed areas 

Exte­ri­or Entrance Areas: 

1. Pres­sure wash apron to curb using an area pres­sure wash­ing head, remove gum 

Lob­bies and Concourse 

1. Scrub vinyl and tile base­boards as needed. 

2. Polish/​restore hard floor traf­fic lanes includ­ing bathrooms 

3. Pol­ish met­al on over­sized baggage hold­er and bag belts. 

4. Pol­ish met­al frames around glass. 

5. Pol­ish met­al on seats. 

6. Pol­ish met­al on cor­ner pro­tec­tors, walls and sur­round­ing all columns once installed. 

7. Clean esca­la­tors using clean­ing machine 


A. Lob­bies and Con­course:

1. Thor­ough­ly clean all inte­ri­or and exte­ri­or glass win­dows up to 12 feet 

B. Admin­is­tra­tion Spaces:

1. Extrac­tion clean all car­pet­ed areas. 

2. Top scrub and recoat VCT in high traf­fic areas. 


A. Lob­bies, Con­course, Admin­is­tra­tion areas:

1. Strip and refin­ish VCT flooring. 

2. Dust drop down gates at secu­ri­ty checkpoint. 

All trash and refuse col­lect­ed dur­ing the course of the jan­i­to­r­i­al ser­vices shall be removed from the build­ing in a clean and order­ly man­ner in leak proof con­tain­ers and placed in an area as des­ig­nat­ed by the City. The Con­trac­tor shall be respon­si­ble for remov­ing any spillage result­ing from the trash col­lec­tion and removal activ­i­ties. Con­trac­tor shall facil­i­tate the recy­cling of mate­ri­als to the extent such a pro­gram is available. 


The min­i­mum fre­quen­cy of ser­vices to be pro­vid­ed by the Con­trac­tor shall con­form to the sched­ule out­lined above. How­ev­er, this sched­ule is not spe­cif­ic as to actu­al dates or times that work is to be per­formed. The Con­trac­tor shall uti­lize this infor­ma­tion to devel­op spe­cif­ic month­ly sched­ules indi­cat­ing actu­al dates and times and the tasks to be accom­plished on these dates. 

Each job or sched­uled part of a job should not be left incom­plete. Each job shall be start­ed and com­plet­ed on the sched­uled dates. Should the Con­trac­tor be unable to com­plete the work on the sched­uled date, then the Con­trac­tor shall com­plete the work the next day, even if this entails week-end work. Con­trac­tor should be pre­pared to pro­vide air­port rep­re­sen­ta­tives qual­i­ty assur­ance (QA) records indi­cating when each jan­i­to­r­i­al staff mem­ber’s work ele­ments were accom­plished as well as indi­cat­ing the qual­i­ty of the work performed. 


Dur­ing the course of the ser­vices, the Con­trac­tor shall sched­ule week­ly inspec­tions of the areas cov­ered. Said inspec­tions shall be per­formed with an Air­port Author­i­ty rep­re­sen­ta­tive present and shall be sched­uled in dates and times that are mutu­al­ly agree­able to both the Con­trac­tor and the Air­port Authority. 


The Air­port Author­i­ty will com­plete an inspec­tion report dur­ing the course of the ser­vices. The pur­pose of this report is to doc­u­ment the over­all con­di­tion of the jan­i­to­r­i­al ser­vices togeth­er with any poten­tial prob­lems and con­di­tions relat­ed effec­tive maintenance. 

This report shall be com­plet­ed dur­ing the week­ly inspec­tion tours with the Con­trac­tor and shall note any items not per­formed to the Air­port Author­i­ty’s sat­is­fac­tion. Any items not­ed by the Con­trac­tor for Air­port action shall also be documented. 

Should the Air­port Author­i­ty or Con­trac­tor dis­cov­er a cir­cum­stance that requires imme­di­ate atten­tion, an appro­pri­ate nota­tion will be made on the report. Any in-house con­di­tions or fac­tors which become a prob­lem to the extent that the ser­vices can­not be ade­quate­ly per­formed shall also be not­ed by the Con­trac­tor on the report. 


Dur­ing the course of the con­tact, jan­i­to­r­i­al work may arise that is out­side of the scope of ser­vices set forth here­in. Such ser­vices will be con­sid­ered as extra and will be invoiced sep­a­rate­ly. The Con­trac­tor shall pro­vide the Air­port Author­i­ty with a tele­phone num­ber where­by such extra ser­vices may be arranged. 


The Con­trac­tor shall main­tain suf­fi­cient per­son­nel to accom­plish, on sched­ule and to the sat­is­fac­tion of the Air­port Author­i­ty, all ser­vices as set forth here­in in a time­ly, sat­is­fac­to­ry, and respon­sive manner. 

As the work spec­i­fied here­in is highly vis­i­ble in nature, the Con­trac­tor shall ensure that his employ­ees, invi­tees, agents, guests, and sub­con­trac­tors con­duct them­selves in a pro­fes­sion­al and cour­te­ous man­ner. The Con­trac­tor shall pro­vide its employ­ees with dis­tinc­tive uni­forms and all employ­ees shall be required to wear approved uni­forms at all times while on duty. Uni­forms shall be kept neat and clean at all times. 

The Con­trac­tor will be obligat­ed to con­trol the actions of its employ­ees and coop­er­ate with the Air­port Author­i­ty in con­trol­ling any employ­ee whose con­duct the Air­port Author­i­ty feels is detri­men­tal to the best inter­est of the Air­port and public. 

The employ­ees of the Con­trac­tor engaged in per­form­ing the ser­vices here­un­der shall be con­sid­ered employ­ees of the Con­trac­tor for all pur­pos­es and shall under no cir­cum­stances be deemed to be employ­ees of the Air­port Author­i­ty. The Air­port Author­i­ty shall have no super­vi­sion or con­trol over any such Con­trac­tor employ­ees and any com­plaint or request­ed change in pro­ce­dure shall be trans­mit­ted in writ­ing by the Air­port Author­i­ty to the Con­trac­tor who shall in turn prompt­ly give any nec­es­sary instruc­tion to its own personnel. 


The Air­port Author­i­ty reserves the right to ter­mi­nate this Con­tract in the event of the fol­lowing cir­cum­stances:

1. Con­trac­tor fails to keep any covenant, agree­ment or oblig­a­tion cov­ered in the Con­tract after hav­ing received a writ­ten notice from the Air­port Author­i­ty advis­ing of its fail­ure to con­form and the Air­port Author­i­ty giv­ing the Con­trac­tor thir­ty (30) days to cor­rect the agreed failures. 

2. The man­age­ment and/​or own­er­ship of the Con­trac­tor should change to such an extent that it would not be sat­is­fac­to­ry perform. 

3. The oper­a­tion of the Con­tac­tor should change to such an extent that it would not sat­is­fac­to­ry perform. 

4. The repeat­ed fail­ure to keep any covenant, agree­ment or oblig­a­tion cov­ered in the Con­tract which shall be defined as the Con­trac­tor receiv­ing three or more writ­ten notices in accor­dance with para­graph 1 above. 

In the event the Air­port Author­i­ty ter­mi­nates this Con­tract for any rea­son, the air­port shall pur­chase from Con­trac­tor the equip­ment more par­tic­u­lar­ly described in Exhib­it A, attached here­to and incor­po­rat­ed here­in, at Con­tac­tor’s cost, less pro­rat­ed month­ly depre­ci­a­tion, as indi­cat­ed in Exhib­it A. 


The Con­trac­tor shall not assign the whole or any part of this Con­tract or any monies due or become due here­un­der with­out writ­ten con­sent of the Air­port Authority. 


The Air­port Author­i­ty reserves the right to accept the use of a sub­con­trac­tor or to reject the selec­tion of a par­tic­u­lar sub­con­trac­tor and to inspect all facil­i­ties of any sub­con­trac­tors in order to make a deter­mi­na­tion as to the capa­bil­i­ty of the sub­con­trac­tor to per­form prop­er­ly under this Con­tact. The Con­trac­tor is encour­aged to seek qual­i­fied minor­i­ty and women busi­ness enter­pris­es for par­tic­i­pa­tion in sub­con­tract­ing opportunities. 

If a sub­con­trac­tor fails to per­form as required by this Con­tract and it is nec­es­sary to replace the sub­con­trac­tor to com­plete the work spec­i­fied here­in, the Con­trac­tor shall prompt­ly do so, sub­ject to accep­tance of the new sub­con­trac­tor by the Air­port Authority. 


In the event of a branch of this Con­tract, the breach­ing par­ty shall pay to the non-breach­ing par­ty all reasonable attor­ney’s fees, costs and oth­er expens­es, incurred by the non-breach­ing par­ty in enforc­ing its rights as a result of said breach. How­ev­er, noth­ing here­in shall con­sti­tute a waiv­er of the Air­port Author­i­ty’s sovereign immu­ni­ty or the pro­vi­sions of sec­tion 768.28, Flori­da Statutes. 


All notices by either par­ty to the oth­er shall be made by deposit­ing such notices either reg­is­tered or cer­ti­fied mail of the Unit­ed States of Amer­i­ca, postage pre­paid, or with anoth­er deliv­ery ser­vice requir­ing sig­na­ture for receipt and such notice shall be deemed to have been deliv­ered and received on the date of such depositing cor­rect­ly addressed notices. All notices to the Air­port Author­i­ty shall be mailed to: 

Exec­u­tive Direc­tor Pana­ma City-Bay Coun­ty Air­port and Indus­tri­al Dis­trict 6300 West Bay Park­way, Box A Pana­ma City, Flori­da 32409 

With a copy to: 

Franklin Har­ri­son, Esq. Har­ri­son, Sale, McCloy & Thomp­son 304 Mag­no­lia Avenue Pana­ma City, FL 32401 

All notices to Con­trac­tor shall be mailed to: 

Har­ry Friends RESPECT of Flori­da 2475 Apalachee Pkwy, Suite 205 Tal­la­has­see, Flori­da 32301 – 4946 

With a copy to : 

Eliz­a­beth J. Wal­ters, Esq. Burke Blue Hutchi­son Wal­ters & Smith, P.A. 16215 Pana­ma City Beach Pkwy. Pana­ma City Beach, FL 32413 

The par­ties from time to time may des­ig­nate in writ­ing changes in the address stated. 



It is under­stood that the Air­port Author­i­ty is not in any way, or for any pur­pose, a part­ner or joint ven­ture with, or agent of, Con­trac­tor in the con­duct of this Con­tract or for any oth­er purpose. 


The Con­trac­tor agrees that it will not dis­crim­i­nate on the basis of race, creed, col­or, nation­al ori­gin, sex, or disability. 


This Con­tract shall be inter­pret­ed in accor­dance with the laws of the State of Flori­da, with venue in Bay 



If any term or con­di­tion of this Con­tract or the appli­ca­tion there­of to any per­son or event shall to any extent be invalid or unen­force­able, the remain­der of this Con­tact and the appli­ca­tion of such term, covenant, or con­di­tion to per­sons or events oth­er than those to which it is held invalid or unen­force­able shall not be affect­ed and each term, covenant and con­di­tion of this Con­tract shall be valid and be enforced to the fullest extent per­mit­ted by law. 


Arti­cle titles con­tained here­in are insert­ed only as a mat­ter of con­ve­nience and for ref­er­ence. Such titles in no way define, lim­it, or describe the scope or extent of any pro­vi­sion of this Contract. 


This writ­ing is the entire con­tact of the par­ties. No rep­re­sen­ta­tions, war­ranties, induce­ments, or oral agree­ments pre­vi­ous­ly made between the par­ties shall con­tin­ue unless stat­ed herein. 

IN WIT­NESS WHERE­OF, the par­ties here­to have set their hands and seals the day and year first above.