All contractors, subcontractors, materials suppliers, maintenance personnel and others (construction personnel) involved in construction at Bloody Point are required to observe the regulations. Contractors are responsible for their company personnel and subcontractor behavior and their actions at all times. Certain rules and regulations will apply: Know boat docking rules and costs. Know where construction personnel can stand and wait for transportation between dock area and Bloody Point and return. Know where construction personnel can park their vehicles on Daufuskie Island.
All vehicles and drivers must be properly licensed and have insurance. Direct communication between all contractors and Bloody Point Loss Prevention (341-4813) must be part of the initial steps of each contractor’s orientation.
Vehicle permits are provided to contractors, subcontractors, suppliers and others, and obtained from the DIR&S Loss Prevention Office, located at the DIRS&S Dock. These permits allow the owner of a vehicle access to Bloody Point roads, access to their job sites and gas pumps only. It is understood that each driver will observe the rules and regulations set forth below and the posted speed limits.
Construction is permitted between the hours of 7:30 a.m. to 6:30 p.m., Monday through Saturday. Noisy construction, such as lot clearing, framing, shingling and siding is not permitted on Sundays. Quiet work such as interior painting and carpet laying is permitted as long as there are no complaints regarding loud radios or conduct. NO work is permitted on New Year’s Day, Easter, Memorial Day, Independence Day, Labor Day, Thanksgiving Day or Christmas.
All contractors, subcontractor, suppliers, etc., must park their vehicles on the lot where construction is taking place. No parking will be allowed in roadways, road rights-of-way or adjacent private or common properties.
Each residential building site must be provided with a suitable trash receptacle for storage of trash. Building sites must be cleared of litter each day and stored in the trash receptacle for removal when full. The dumping of construction trash is not permitted inside the grounds of Bloody Point.
Any vehicle transporting construction debris, and/or clearing material must be equipped with a tarpaulin or netting to adequately cover the load during the transporting of this material with Bloody Point. There will be no trash hauling on Saturday or Sunday, or on the following holidays: New Year’s Day, Easter, Memorial Day, Independence Day, Labor Day, Thanksgiving Day or Christmas.
Site clearing or construction on any property within Bloody Point is not permitted until the Builder meets with the Bloody Point ARB Representative, strings the perimeter of the property, stakes out the proposed structure and marks the trees that are to be removed; and then the ARB will issue a “Clearing and Foundation” permit. Site clearing material must be transported in a covered truck and must not extend beyond the width of the truck’s bed. Site clearing limitations are the same days as outlined in trash hauling.
Hauling of Fill Dirt
Hauling of fill dirt must be accomplished in suitable vehicles equipped only for that purpose. Fill dirt loads must not exceed one (1) foot in height above the side rails of the truck at the center of the load, and the load must be tapered to the sides of the truck rails. Fill dirt will not be hauled on Sundays. It may be necessary to restrict hauling fill dirt on certain days during or after rainy periods, due to the condition of the roads.
Burning of construction debris within Bloody Point is not permitted at any time nor for any reason. Open warming fires are not permitted at any time.
Each residential construction site shall be furnished with at least one portable toilet prior to any on-site construction. These toilets will be placed in a inconspicuous location, with the door facing away from any view from the adjacent street or houses. Clean and sanitary conditions are required for all toilets. Contractors supplying these receptacles must not display phone numbers or advertising on them.
Within Bloody Point, the expense of culvert pipes and installation are to be borne by the Builder. Bloody Point must approve all culvert installations prior to actual installation. The contractor is responsible for repairing any and all damage to common property and must repair roadside grass, drainage and any other common areas that are altered during construction.