Agate Asphalt - 102218
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Agate Asphalt - 102218
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Castle Hill Parking Lot Improvements w/Agate Asphalt
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If any of the insurance requirements are not complied with at the renewal date of the insurance policy, payments to <br />the Contractor shall be withheld until all such requirements have been met, or at the option of the County, the County may <br />pay the renewal premium and withhold such payments from the moneys due the Contractor. <br />All notices shall name the Contractor and identify the agreement by contract number or some other form of <br />identification necessary to inform the County of the particular contract affected. <br />A. Workers Compensation and Employers Liability Insurance. The Contractor shall procure and maintain for <br />the life of the contract, Workers Compensation Insurance, including Employers Liability Coverage, in accordance <br />with the laws of the State of Washington. <br />B. General Liability(1) - with a minimum limit per occurrence of one million dollars ($1,000,000) and an <br />aggregate of not less than two million dollars ($2,000,000) for bodily injury, death and property damage unless <br />otherwise specified in the contract specifications. This insurance coverage shall contain no limitations on the scope <br />of the protection provided and indicate on the certificate of insurance the following coverage: <br />1. Broad Form Property Damage with no employee exclusion; <br />2. Personal Injury Liability, including extended bodily injury; <br />3. Broad Form Contractual/Commercial Liability including completed operations (contractors only); <br />4. Premises - Operations Liability (M&C); <br />5. Independent Contractors and Subcontractors; and <br />6. Blanket Contractual Liability. <br />(1)Note: The County shall be named as an additional insured party under this policy. <br />C. Automobile (2) - with a minimum limit per occurrence of $1,000,000 for bodily injury, death and property <br />damage unless otherwise specified in the contract specifications. This insurance shall indicate on the certificate of <br />insurance the following coverage: <br />1. Owned automobiles; <br />2. Hired automobiles; and, <br />3. Non -owned automobiles. <br />(2) Note: The County shall be named as an additional insured party under this policy. <br />Any deductibles or self-insured retention shall be declared to and approved by the County prior to the approval of <br />the contract by the County. At the option of the County, the insurer shall reduce or eliminate deductibles or self-insured <br />retention or The Contractor shall procure a bond guaranteeing payment of losses and related investigations, claim <br />administration and defense expenses. <br />The Contractor shall include all subcontractors as insured under its insurance policies or shall furnish separate <br />certificates and endorsements for each subcontractor. All insurance provisions for subcontractors shall be subject to all of <br />the requirements stated herein. <br />Failure of The Contractor to take out and/or maintain any required insurance shall not relieve The Contractor from <br />any liability under the Agreement, nor shall the insurance requirements be construed to conflict with or otherwise limit the <br />obligations concerning indemnification. <br />It is agreed by the parties that insurers shall have no right of recovery or subrogation against the County (including <br />its employees and other agents and agencies), it being the intention of the parties that the insurance policies so affected shall <br />protect both parties and be primary coverage for any and all losses covered by the above described insurance. It is further <br />agreed by the parties that insurance companies issuing the policy or policies shall have no recourse against the County <br />(including its employees and other agents and agencies) for payment of any premiums or for assessments under any form <br />of policy. It is further agreed by the parties that any and all deductibles in the above described insurance policies shall be <br />assumed by and be at the sole risk of the Contractor. <br />Revised 9/15/2017 <br />
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