2. The Contractor shall pay the State the right to recover and remove materials produced during dismantling or demolition. (a) the procuring entity shall insert the clause of 52.237-4, the payment by the Government to the Contractor, in appeals and contracts intended exclusively for the dismantling, demolition or withdrawal of improvements, where the contract agent finds that the Government, in addition to all the title deeds that the Contractor may obtain under the Contract; must make a payment. If the procuring entity finds that all equipment intended to be recovered during dismantling or demolition work must be retained by the Government, use the basic clause with its alternate I. Contracts for the dismantling, demolition or disposal of improvements are subject to either 41 United States.C. Chapter 67, Service Laboratory Standards, or 40 U.S.C Chapter 31, Sub-Chapter IV, Salary Requirements (Construction). If the contract is exclusively for the dismantling, demolition or removal of improvements, the Service Contracts Act applies to labour standards, unless other work leading to the construction, alteration or repair of a public building or public work at that location is envisaged. If such additional work is provided for, although by a separate contract, the contract for dismantling, demolition or removal is subject to the Law on the Rate of Wages. If a contract is intended exclusively for the dismantling, demolition, or disposal of improvements, 40 U.S.C Chapter 31, Sub-Chapter III, Obligations, (see 28.102) do not apply. However, the contract agent may require the contractor to provide himself with a performance guarantee or any other guarantee (cf. point 28.103) at a level which the contracting authority considers appropriate – (1) The Government shall pay the contractor for the dismantling or demolition of works; or (d) protect the government from damage to adjacent property.
. (b) The contract agent shall examine the usefulness to the government of all property that can be saved. Any property more useful to the government than its salvage value to the contractor should be expressly intended to be retained by the government in the contract. The contract agent shall determine the fair value of immovable property which is not so designated, given that the contractor obtains ownership of that property and, consequently, its value in order to determine the payment to be made to the contractor, if any, and whether additional compensation is paid at the end of the contract. (c) protect the property to be made available to the contractor as compensation; and (b) protect property to be retained by the government;. . . . . .