About Broadmoor Apartments

Broadmoor Apartments is a 324 unit garden style apartment project located in Fort Worth TX that consist of (12) 3-story buildings, a separate community center & laundry/maintenance, and a mail kiosk. Amenities include a swimming pool, playground, dog park, full perimeter fencing, BBQ pits and picnic tables. Unit styles are available in 1,2,3 & 4 bedroom layouts and (18) fully accessible units.

Currently Bidding

Service Due
2.0 Sitework
3.0 Concrete
4.0 Masonry
6.0 Carpentry
7.0 Thermal/Moisture Protection
8.0 Doors & Windows
9.0 Finishes
15.0 Mechanical
16.0 Electrical

Contact

Troy Riner
4693995960
triner@nrpgroup.com

6136 Frisco Square BLVD, SUITE 400
Frisco, TX 75034

Address

2900 Broadmoor Drive
Fort Worth, TX

General Requirements

Subcontractor certifies that it maintains a Drug Free Workplace in compliance with the Drug Free Workplace Act of 1988.
(a) NRP Contractors, LLC recognizes that employee safety and health is a business priority requiring a team effort which seeks continuous improvement in performance. The company values the work performed by its subcontractors and believes the development of sound work practices with subcontractors will enhance value for both parties. A commitment to workplace safety contributes to added values through the elimination of injuries, property damage and interruptions of business operations. The company requires all subcontractors and suppliers performing work on its projects to comply with all governmental regulations and all applicable workplace requirements. All subcontractors must ensure that employee safety is given a high priority in the conduct of their business and aggressively manage a safety and health program for their employees.<
br/>(b) As the subcontractor, you have the primary responsibility for the safety of your employees and other employees at the worksite. Likewise, it is your obligation to assure that all operations and equipment related to your work, meet at the least, the requirements of OSHA and all other applicable codes. As the general contractor, NRP Contractors, LLC has the right to periodically review the jobsite to monitor your compliance with the responsibilities set forth above and to assure, so far as possible, that compliance is achieved and maintained.
Section 3 of the Housing & Urban Development Act of 1968 requires all contractors and subcontractors to ensure that when employment or contracting opportunities are generated or activity necessitates the employment of additional persons or the awarding of contracts for work, preference must be given to low and very low-income persons or Section 3 business concerns residing the community where the project is located. NRP Contractors LLC will to the greatest extent feasible attempt to ensure that at least 10% of the construction will be contracted with Section 3 Businesses. If you would like assistance on becoming an eligible Section 3 firm please contact questions@nrpcontractors.com.
(a) All contracts for all services and supplies entered into in connection with the Project or operation of the Property will contain the following provisions: “Any contractor or supplier in performing under any contract for or related to this project will not discriminate against any worker, employee or applicant, or any member of the public because of race, color, religion, gender, national origin, age or disability. Such action will include but not limited to the following: employment, promotion, demotion, or transfer; recruitment or recruitment advertising; layoff or termination; rates of pay or other forms of compensation; and selection for training, including apprenticeship. The contractor or supplier further agrees that this clause wilt be incorporated in all subcontracts with all labor organizations furnishing skilled, unskilled and union labor, or who may perform any such labor or services in connection with this project.

(b) Contractor will comply with all applicable local, state and federal fair employment laws and regulations.
Subcontractor shall procure and maintain, at its sole expense, insurance (naming NRP, NRP’s Affiliates, and, if required, General Contractor, Owner and Owner’s lenders, as additional insureds) in such amounts and for such coverages as follows: (a) commercial general liability coverage of $2,000,000 each occurrence (including products/completed operations, contractual liability coverage and personal and advertising injury coverages in the foregoing amounts), workers’ compensation coverage as required by state law (but not less than $1,000,000), and automobile/hired and non-owned liability with a $1,000,000 combined single limit, or (b) as required by the Contract Documents, or (c) as required by NRP’s insurer, whichever of (a), (b) or (c) is higher (as to amount) and broader (as to coverage types). Coverages shall be on an occurrence basis, or if on a claims made basis there shall be an extended reporting period of at least three years following Substantial Completion. No policy of insurance shall exclude any matter which is to be insured or indemnified by Subcontractor hereunder. Subcontractor shall provide a certificate of insurance in form satisfactory to NRP (and, if required, to Owner and Owner’s lenders) evidencing compliance with this paragraph. Subcontractor hereby waives any claim it may have against any person for personal injury or for damage or destruction of any of its property to the extent such claims are recoverable under the policies of insurance required to be carried by Subcontractor hereunder, whether or not Subcontractor actually carries such policy. By requiring the foregoing coverages, NRP does not represent that such coverages will be adequate to protect Subcontractor, and such coverages and limits shall not limit Subcontractor’s indemnities hereunder. All CGL policies shall be written on acceptable ISO forms by insurers licensed in the state where the Project is located, with an A.M. Best rating of at least A-VII.