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RISO - Landry/Seamstress Services Sydney

Department of National Defence | Published May 21, 2015
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Trade Agreement: NONE Tendering Procedures: All interested suppliers may submit a bid Attachment: None Competitive Procurement Strategy: Lowest/Lower Bid Comprehensive Land Claim Agreement: No Nature of Requirements: RISO - Landry/Seamstress Services W010Z-15B017/B Morrison, Vanessa Telephone No. - (902) 496-5381 Fax No. - (902) 496-5016 Landry/Seamstress Services Sydney Public Works and Government Services Canada (PWGSC) has a requirement on behalf of the Department of National Defence (DND) to provide laundry, dry-cleaning, tailoring and seamstress services in support of clothing stores located at Department of National Defence (DND) Headquarters Cape Breton Island Militia District, Victoria Park, Sydney, Nova Scotia (CBIMD). INQUIRIES: All inquiries of a technical nature and all questions of a contractual nature are to be submitted to the Contracting Authority: Vanessa Morrison, telephone (902) 496-5381, facsimile: (902) 496-5016, email: Vanessa.morrison@pwgsc.gc.ca . Inquiries are to be made in writing and should be received no less than five (5) calendar days prior to the closing date to allow sufficient time to respond. Delivery Date: Above-mentioned The Crown retains the right to negotiate with suppliers on any procurement. Documents may be submitted in either official language of Canada.

RISO - Landry/Seamstress Services

Department of National Defence | Published March 25, 2015
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Trade Agreement: NONE Tendering Procedures: All interested suppliers may submit a bid Attachment: None Competitive Procurement Strategy: Lowest/Lower Bid Comprehensive Land Claim Agreement: No Nature of Requirements: RISO - Landry/Seamstress Services W010Z-15B017/B Morrison, Vanessa Telephone No. - (902) 496-5381 Fax No. - (902) 496-5016 Landry/Seamstress Services Sydney Public Works and Government Services Canada (PWGSC) has a requirement on behalf of the Department of National Defence (DND) to provide laundry, dry-cleaning, tailoring and seamstress services in support of clothing stores located at Department of National Defence (DND) Headquarters Cape Breton Island Militia District, Victoria Park, Sydney, Nova Scotia (CBIMD). INQUIRIES: All inquiries of a technical nature and all questions of a contractual nature are to be submitted to the Contracting Authority: Vanessa Morrison, telephone (902) 496-5381, facsimile: (902) 496-5016, email: Vanessa.morrison@pwgsc.gc.ca . Inquiries are to be made in writing and should be received no less than five (5) calendar days prior to the closing date to allow sufficient time to respond. Delivery Date: Above-mentioned The Crown retains the right to negotiate with suppliers on any procurement. Documents may be submitted in either official language of Canada.

Supply and Install New Ventilation System, Santier Building, Fortress of Louisbourg

Parks Canada | Published May 6, 2016  -  Deadline May 26, 2016
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SOLICITATION NUMBER: 5P300-16-5079

TITLE: Supply and Install New Ventilation System, Santier Building, Fortress of Louisbourg

DESCRIPTION OF WORK

The Parks Canada Agency plans to hire a licensed construction firm with an experienced and qualified team of professionals to supply and install a new ventilation system in the Santier Building at the Fortress of Louisbourg per the attached specifications.

CLOSING DATE AND TIME:

26 May, 2016, at 14:00 hrs (ADT)

Faxed submission will not be accepted.

NOTE TO POTENTIAL BIDDERS:

Bidders that consider themselves qualified to provide this Work and intend to submit bids on this project should obtain documents from the Government Electronic Tendering Service through the Government of Canada tendering service at www.buyandsell.gc.ca/tenders . Addenda, when issued, will be available from the Government of Canada tendering service. Bidders that elect to base their bids on documents obtained from other sources do so at their own risk. Late submissions will not be considered.

A site visit will be conducted on 20 May 2016 at 09:00 hrs. Please refer to the solicitation document for information regarding the required protective clothing.
Standard Terms and Conditions for this procurement are incorporated by reference into, and form part of the Tender and Contract Documents.

CONTRACT PERIOD:

From the contract award date to 31 July, 2016.

INQUIRIES:

All inquiries of a technical and contractual nature are to be submitted to the Contracting Authority: Jacqueline Marcipont, telephone: 902-426-7513, e-mail: jacqueline.marcipont@pc.gc.ca. Inquiries are to be made in writing and should be received no less than five (5) business days prior to the closing date to allow sufficient time to respond.

This PCA office provides procurement services to the public in either official language of Canada.
The Crown retains the right to negotiate with suppliers on any procurement.
Documents may be submitted in either official language of Canada.

BID RECEIVING:

Tenders will be received, in English or French, by mail at the following address:

PARKS CANADA AGENCY

C/O Jacqueline Marcipont

Contracting Operations

1869 Upper Water Street, Suite AH201

Halifax, NS

B3J 1S9

Supply and Install New Ventilation System, Santier Building, Fortress of Louisbourg

Parks Canada | Published June 10, 2016
Winner
AB Mechanical Ltd
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SOLICITATION NUMBER: 5P300-16-5079

TITLE: Supply and Install New Ventilation System, Santier Building, Fortress of Louisbourg

DESCRIPTION OF WORK

The Parks Canada Agency plans to hire a licensed construction firm with an experienced and qualified team of professionals to supply and install a new ventilation system in the Santier Building at the Fortress of Louisbourg per the attached specifications.

CLOSING DATE AND TIME:

26 May, 2016, at 14:00 hrs (ADT)

Faxed submission will not be accepted.

NOTE TO POTENTIAL BIDDERS:

Bidders that consider themselves qualified to provide this Work and intend to submit bids on this project should obtain documents from the Government Electronic Tendering Service through the Government of Canada tendering service at www.buyandsell.gc.ca/tenders . Addenda, when issued, will be available from the Government of Canada tendering service. Bidders that elect to base their bids on documents obtained from other sources do so at their own risk. Late submissions will not be considered.

A site visit will be conducted on 20 May 2016 at 09:00 hrs. Please refer to the solicitation document for information regarding the required protective clothing.
Standard Terms and Conditions for this procurement are incorporated by reference into, and form part of the Tender and Contract Documents.

CONTRACT PERIOD:

From the contract award date to 31 July, 2016.

INQUIRIES:

All inquiries of a technical and contractual nature are to be submitted to the Contracting Authority: Jacqueline Marcipont, telephone: 902-426-7513, e-mail: jacqueline.marcipont@pc.gc.ca. Inquiries are to be made in writing and should be received no less than five (5) business days prior to the closing date to allow sufficient time to respond.

This PCA office provides procurement services to the public in either official language of Canada.
The Crown retains the right to negotiate with suppliers on any procurement.
Documents may be submitted in either official language of Canada.

BID RECEIVING:

Tenders will be received, in English or French, by mail at the following address:

PARKS CANADA AGENCY

C/O Jacqueline Marcipont

Contracting Operations

1869 Upper Water Street, Suite AH201

Halifax, NS

B3J 1S9

Rations & Quarters for 12 Air Cadets & 2 adult supervisors, attending the Moncton Flight College

Department of National Defence | Published May 26, 2017
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Trade Agreement: NONE Tendering Procedures: Generally only one firm has been invited to bid Non-Competitive Procurement Strategy: Exclusive Rights Comprehensive Land Claim Agreement: No Vendor Name and Address:  Université de Moncton SERVICE DES FINANCES 250 ÉDIFICE TAILLON MONCTON New Brunswick Canada E1A3E9 Nature of Requirements:   Rations & Quarters for 12 Air Cadets & 2 adult supervisors, attending the Moncton Flight College  W0102-18117D/A LeBlanc, JoAnne Telephone No. - (902) 496-5010 Fax No. - (902) 496-5016   1. Advance Contract Award Notice (ACAN): An ACAN is a public notice indicating to the supplier community that a department or agency intends to award a contract for goods, services or construction to a pre-identified supplier, thereby allowing other suppliers to signal their interest in bidding, by submitting a statement of capabilities. If no supplier submits a statement of capabilities that meets the requirements set out in the ACAN, on or before the closing date stated in the ACAN, the contracting officer may then proceed with the award to the pre-identified supplier.    2. Definition of requirement:  Department of National Defence has a requirement for Rations and Quarters to twelve (12) Air Cadets and two (2) adult supervisors for the Air Cadet Power Pilot Scholarship (PPS) Program while attending the Moncton Flight College.  The period for this contract will be from July 1, 2017 to August 20, 2017.  It is proposed to Contract with Université de Moncton.   3. Criteria for assessment of the Statement of Capabilities: Minimum Essential Requirements   Any interested supplier must demonstrate by way of a statement of capabilities that its product meets the following requirements:   Quarters must be located within a twenty (20) minute drive of the Moncton Flight College so as to ensure minimum disruption to the course. - All rooms must be single occupancy. - All rooms must have washrooms attached. - High speed internet must be available in each room. - Common area must be equipped with cable TV. - Two master keys for all rooms shall be provided. - All rooms shall have individual closet storage for personal clothing and equipment. - All rooms shall have a desk or work space for each cadet for study purposes. - A group or individual telephone shall be provided. - Washers and dryers shall be available on-site for daily use. - Housekeeping services shall be provided once per week. - Food Preparation - must provide written proof of Red Seal Certification - Successful bidder must provide proof that their staffs have a current PRC/VSS prior to start of the contract   4. A cost estimate of the proposed contract The estimated value of the contract is $55,000.00 + HST   5.  Applicability of the trade agreement(s) to the procurement This procurement is not subject to any trade agreement(s), as this requirements anticipated total cost falls below all Trade Agreement thresholds.   6. Justification for the Pre-Identified Supplier  The supplier selected in advance and identified in section 10, Université de Moncton, is to our knowledge the only supplier meeting all the specifications required in the section 3.     7. Government Contracts Regulations Exception(s)  The following exception to the Government Contracts Regulations is invoked for this procurement under subsection 6(d) - only one person is capable of performing the work.   8. Exclusions and/or Limited Tendering Reasons  The following exclusion(s) and/or limited tendering reasons are invoked under the section of the Trade Agreement(s) specified:   Not applicable as requirements anticipated total cost falls below Trade Agreement thresholds.   9. Period of the proposed contract or delivery date: Services will be required from July 1st to August 20th, 2017.   10. Name and address of the pre-identified supplier: Université de Moncton Édifice Taillon Moncton, NB E1A 3E9   11. Suppliers' right to submit a statement of capabilities  Suppliers who consider themselves fully qualified and available to provide the goods, services or construction services described in the ACAN, may submit a statement of capabilities in writing to the contact person identified in this notice on or before the closing date of this notice. The statement of capabilities must clearly demonstrate how the supplier meets the advertised requirements.   12. The closing date for a submission of a statement of capabilities.  The closing date and time for accepting statements of capabilities is June 12th, 2017 at 2:00 p.m. EST.   13. Inquiries and submission of statements of capabilities  Inquiries and statements of capabilities are to be directed to:   JoAnne LeBlanc A/Supply Specialist Public Services and Procurement Canada Atlantic Region - Acquisitions Branch  1713 Bedford Row Halifax, Nova Scotia B3J 3C9 Telephone:  (902) 496-5010 Facsimile:  (902) 496-5016 E-mail address:  joanne.leblanc3@pwgsc-tpsgc.gc.ca   Delivery Date: Above-mentioned  You are hereby notified that the government intends to negotiate with one firm only as identified above. Should you have any questions concerning this requirement, contact the contracting officer identified above.  An Advance Contract Award Notice (ACAN) allows departments and agencies to post a notice, for no less than fifteen (15) calendar days, indicating to the supplier community that it intends to award a good, service or construction contract to a pre-identified contractor. If no other supplier submits, on or before the closing date, a Statement of Capabilities that meets the requirements set out in the ACAN, the contracting authority may then proceed with the award.  However, should a Statement of Capabilities be found to meet the requirements set out in the ACAN, then the contracting authority will proceed to a full tendering process.  Suppliers who consider themselves fully qualified and available to provide the services/goods described herein, may submit a statement of capabilities in writing to the contact person identified in this Notice on or before the closing date of this Notice. The statement of capabilities must clearly demonstrate how the supplier meets the advertised requirements.  The PWGSC file number, the contracting officer's name and the closing date of the ACAN must appear on the outside of the envelope in block letters or, in the case of a facsimile transmission, on the covering page.  The Crown retains the right to negotiate with suppliers on any procurement.  Documents may be submitted in either official language of Canada.

Marine Refrigeration & A/C Course

Department of National Defence | Published November 26, 2015
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Trade Agreement: NAFTA/AIT/Canada FTAs with Peru/Colombia/Panama Tendering Procedures: Generally only one firm has been invited to bid Non-Competitive Procurement Strategy: Government Objectives Representing Best Interests/Value to Govt Comprehensive Land Claim Agreement: No Vendor Name and Address: Nova Scotia Community College 21 Woodlawn Rd Dartmouth Nova Scotia Canada B2W2R7 Nature of Requirements: 1. Advance Contract Award Notice (ACAN) An ACAN is a public notice indicating to the supplier community that a department or agency intends to award a contract for goods, services or construction to a pre-identified supplier, thereby allowing other suppliers to signal their interest in bidding, by submitting a statement of capabilities. If no supplier submits a statement of capabilities that meets the requirements set out in the ACAN, on or before the closing date stated in the ACAN, the contracting officer may then proceed with the award to the pre-identified supplier. 2. Definition of the requirement The Department of National Defence has a requirement to provide a Refrigeration and Air Conditioning (A/C) Instructors advance course. This course is for Refrigeration and A/C Instructors at Canadian Forces (CF) fleet schools. The course must be delivered by an accredited educational institution located either within the Halifax Regional Municipality, NS or within the Victoria, B.C geographicalarea. The work will involve the following: the Contractor shall provide a 10-week course for up to 4 students that covers all information and results in course attendees being able to perform all the practical tasks listed in Table 1 below. Training will start in January 2016 and must be completed prior to March 31, 2016. The Contractor will be responsible to provide both classroom and practical, hands-on training. The Contractor shall have training materials and equipment that allow them to instruct all practical aspects of the subject material detailed at Table 1 and supply training materials to students. 3. Criteria for assessment of the Statement of Capabilities (Minimum Essential Requirements) Any interested supplier must demonstrate by way of a statement of capabilities that it meets the following requirements: (a) Experience: To teach ALL the following mandatory requirements of the course, the educational institution must be able provide: 1. a course both in classroom and practical setting; 2. a written training course curriculum; 3. all necessary course material, equipment, and facilities; and 4. a qualified instructor. The mandatory course teaching points are listed in Table 1: TABLE 1- COURSE TEACHING POINTS Enabling Objective Specification INTRODUCTION TO REFRIGERATION PRINCIPLES (14 periods) 1.1 COMPUTE problems involving heat content of water and refrigerants 1.2 STATE the effects of various heat on liquids and gases 1.3 STATE the various heat transfer terms 1.4 STATE the various values representing the correct pressure/temperature relationships, given either pressure or temperature values with the aid of a pressure/temperature chart DESCRIPTION OF A MAIN REFRIGERATION SYSTEM (14 periods) 2.1 STATE the various values representing the correct pressure/temperature relationships, given either pressure or temperature values with the aid of a pressure/temperature chart 2.2 STATE the stages and the pressure areas of a refrigeration cycle 2.3 IDENTIFY Main Refrigeration System components as to their function 2.4 LOCATE Main Refrigeration System components REFRIGERANTS (8 periods) 3.1 STATE the characteristics of various refrigerants used in a main refrigeration system 3.2 STATE the procedures for refrigerant handling and storage 3.3 STATE the first aid procedures for personnel casualties 3.4 STATE the operating characteristics of various types of refrigerant leak detectors 3.5 STATE the procedure for Main Refrigeration System refrigerant draining using a refrigeration recovery unit 3.6 PERFORM, as a group, Main Refrigeration System refrigerant draining using a refrigeration recovery unit, given the necessary MRC, tools, equipment and protective clothing. All personnel and equipment safety precautions must be observed. REFRIGERATION SYSTEM COMPONENTS (30 periods) 4.1 STATE the operating characteristics of Refrigeration System components 4.2 STATE the operating characteristics of a Main Refrigeration System Rotary Compressor 4.3 STATE the reactions of a Main Refrigeration System Evaporator Pressure Regulating (EPR) valve to various changes in system conditions 4.4 STATE the reactions of a Main Refrigeration System Thermostatic Expansion Valve (TXV) to various changes in system conditions 4.5 STATE the reactions of a Main Refrigeration System Water Regulating Valve (WRV) to various changes in system conditions 4.6 STATE the procedures for Main Refrigeration System testing pressure switches and safety devices 4.7 PERFORM MainRefrigeration System pressure switches and safety devices testing. 4.8 STATE the appropriate safety precautions to be followed when performing Main Refrigeration System pressure switches and safety devices testing OPERATING A MAIN REFRIGERATION SYSTEM (6 periods) 5.1 STATE the procedures for starting a Main Refrigeration System 5.2 STATE the procedures for securing a Main Refrigeration System 5.3 STATE the appropriate safety precautions to be followed while operating a Main Refrigeration System 5.4 PERFORM starting procedures for a Main Refrigeration System 5.5 PERFORM securing procedures for a Main Refrigeration System MAIN REFRIGERATION SYSTEM PREVENTATIVE MAINTENANCE (28 periods) 6.1 PERFORM as a group a Main Refrigeration System purging given the necessary tools, equipment and protective equipment 6.2 STATE the health and environmental effects when not using a refrigeration recovery unit for a Main Refrigeration System 6.3 STATE the procedure for Main Refrigeration System compressor lube oil renewal 6.4 STATE the procedure for Main Refrigeration System leak testing 6.5 PERFORM as a group Main Refrigeration leak testing and state procedures given the necessary tools, equipment and protective equipment 6.6 STATE the procedure for Main Refrigeration System refrigerant charging 6.7 PERFORM as a group Main Refrigeration System refrigerant charging given the necessary tools, equipment and protective equipment and state appropriate procedures 6.8 STATE the conditions of Main Refrigeration System compressor lube oil quality that requires renewal of the lube oil 6.9 STATE the operating characteristics of a compressor capacity control system 6.10 STATE the responses of a compressor capacity control system (Carrier or York) to changes in the Main Refrigeration System conditions HOT GAS DEFROST (3 periods) 7.1 STATE the appropriate safety precautions to be followed while operating a Main Refrigeration System with 100 % accuracy 7.2 STATE the procedures for Hot Gas Defrosting 7.3 PERFORM as a group Hot Gas Defrosting on a Main Refrigeration System and state appropriate safety procedures 7.4 STATE operating characteristics of a unit coil using electric heat strips and defrost timer MAIN REFRIGERATION SYSTEM CORRECTIVE MAINTENANCE (38 periods) 8.1 STATE the operating characteristics of an Evaporator Pressure Regulating (EPR) valve 8.2 STATE the procedure for the adjustment of an Evaporator Pressure Regulating (EPR) 8.3 STATE the operating characteristics of a Water Regulating Valve 8.4 STATE the procedure for adjusting a Water Regulating Valve (WRV) 8.5 STATE the operating characteristics of a Thermostatic Expansion Valve (TXV) 8.6 STATE the procedure for adjusting a Thermostatic Expansion Valve (TXV) 8.7 TROUBLESHOOT a Main Refrigeration System given operating logs and imposed problems on the system 8.8 PERFORM as a group adjustments of Evaporator Pressure Regulator (EPR), Water Regulating Valve (WRV), and Thermostatic Expansion Valve (TXV) 8.9 STATE the symptoms of Main Refrigeration System common operational problems 8.10 STATE the causes of Main Refrigeration System common operational problems 8.11 STATE typical corrective actions taken in solving Main Refrigeration System operational problems 8.12 STATE the effects of various conditions of heat, load and stowage of a Main Refrigeration System 8.13 STATE the functions of internal parts of a Main Refrigeration System Compressor 8.14 STATE the appropriate safety precautions to be followed when performing corrective maintenance on a Main Refrigeration System 8.15 PERFORM as a group adjusting procedures for a Thermostatic Expansion Valve (TXV) 8.16 PERFORM as a group adjusting procedures for a Water Regulating Valve (WRV) 8.17 PERFORM as a group adjusting procedures for an Evaporator Pressure Regulator (EPR) SILVER BRAZING (18 periods) 9.1 BRAZE hermetic units piping in accordance with silver brazing techniques. The silver brazed hermetic system piping must hold 100 PSIG low-pressure air for l minute. 9.2 STATE the correct procedures for silver brazing 9.3 STATE the safety precautions to be observed while silver brazing various piping systems 9.4 STATE the various types of alloys to be used in silver brazing hermetic systems 9.5 STATE the appropriate safety precautions to be followed when performing corrective maintenance on various hermetic systems with 100 % accuracy 9.6 STATE the procedures for flaring copper tubing on hermetic units INTRODUCTION TO HERMETIC UNITS (26 periods) 10.1 STATE the functions of a hermetic refrigeration unit 10.2 STATE the correct operating characteristics of a capillary tube hermetic refrigeration unit 10.3 STATE the correct operating characteristics of a Thermostic Expansion Valve (TXV) 10.4 STATE the factors affecting air cooled condenser performance when used on a hermetic unit in accordance with Refrigeration and Air Conditioning Technology, ISBN 0-7668-0667-7 10.5 STATE the correct operational characteristics of a single phase electric motor and their control devices in accordance with Refrigeration and Air Conditioning Technology, ISBN 0-7668-0667-7 10.6 STATE the correct operational characteristics of a hermetic compressor in accordance with Refrigeration and Air Conditioning Technology, ISBN 0-7668-0667-7 REACH IN REFRIGERATOR (4 periods) 11.1 OPERATE/MONITOR a reach-in refrigerator and state the appropriate safety procedures 11.2 STATE the functions of the refrigeration components of a reach-in refrigerator 11.3 STATE the correct electrical components related to operating characteristics of a reach-in refrigerator 11.4 STATE the appropriate safety precautions to be followed while operating hermetic units ICE MACHINES (6 periods) 12.1 STATE the functions of various components of a hermetic ice maker 12.2 OPERATE/MONITOR hermetic ice maker 12.3 STATE the electrical components related to operating characteristics of a hermetic ice maker 12.4 STATE the operating characteristics of a hermetic ice maker 12.5 STATE the appropriate safety precautions to be followed while operating hermetic ice maker given a set of alternatives with 100 % accuracy SALAD BAR/COUNTER DISPLAY CASE (3 periods) 13.1 STATE the electrical components related tothe operating characteristics of the salad counter display case 13.2 STATE the operating characteristics of the salad counter display case given a set of alternatives 13.3 OPERATE/MONITOR a hermetic salad counter display case 13.4 STATE the appropriate safety precautions to be followed while operating hermetic units SELF CONTAINED AIR CONDITIONING UNIT (SCAC) (12 periods) 14.1 STATE the function of the refrigeration components of a hermetically packaged air conditioning unit 14.2 STATE the electrical components related to operating characteristics of a hermetically packaged air conditioning unit 14.3 STATE the operating characteristics of a hermetically packaged air conditioning unit 14.4 OPERATE/MONITOR a package air conditioning unit 14.5 STATE the operating characteristics of a hermetically packaged air conditioning unit 14.6 STATE the appropriate safety precautions to be followed while operating hermetic units PREVENTATIVE MAINTENANCE ON HERMETIC UNITS (6 periods) 15.1 CLEANan air cooled condenser given the necessary Tech manuals, tools and equipment 15.2 CLEAN as a group an evaporator cooling coil given the necessary Tech Manuals, tools and equipment 15.3 STATE the appropriate safety precautions to be followed while performing preventive maintenance CORRECTIVE MAINTENANCE ON HERMETIC UNITS (29 periods) 16.1 TROUBLESHOOT a hermetic unit 16.2 STATE the causes of operational problems on a reach-in refrigerator 16.3 STATE the causes of operational problems on a hermetic ice maker 16.4 STATE the causes of operational problems on a hermetic salad counter display case 16.5 STATE the causes of operational problems on a hermetically packaged air conditioning unit 16.6 PERFORM electrical components analysis usinga HA1 hermetic analyzer 16.7 PERFORM electrical components analysis using a HA1 hermetic analyzer 16.8 REPLACE a malfunctioning component on a hermetic unit given the necessary technical manuals, tools, equipment and repair parts 16.9 STATE the appropriate safety precautions to be followed while performing corrective maintenance on a hermetic unit AIR MEASUREMENT (2 Periods) 17.1 MEASURE relative humidity, dry bulb temperature, wet bulb temperature and dew point 17.2 STATE the procedure for measuring relative humidity, dry bulb temperature, wet bulb temperature and dew-point temperature CENTRIFUGAL AIR CONDITIONING PREVENTATIVE MAINTENANCE (2 periods) 18.1 TROUBLESHOOT a centrifugal air conditioning system given simulated operational problems, pressure/ temperature conversion charts and operating centrifugal air conditioning system log 18.2 STATE the causes of centrifugal air conditioning system problems given a set of alternatives OPERATING A CENTRIFUGAL AIR CONDITIONING SYSTEM (2 periods) 19.1 OPERTATE the operating characteristics of a centrifugal air conditioning system 19.2 PERFORM as a group starting and securing procedures for operating a centrifugal air conditioning system 19.3 OPERATE a centrifugal air conditioning universal microprocessor control PURGE AND PUMPOUT AND TURBOGUARD PURGE UNITS (5 periods) 20.1 STATE the function of the components of a centrifugal air conditioning system purge and pump out unit 20.2 STATE the operating characteristics of the centrifugal air conditioning system purge and pump out unit 20.3 STATE the function of the centrifugal air conditioning system purge unit CENTRIFUGAL AIR CONDITIONING SYSTEM CORRECTIVE MAINTENANCE (11 periods) 21.1 TROUBLESHOOT a centrifugal air conditioning system given simulated operational problems, pressure/temperature conversion charts and operating centrifugal air conditioning system log sheets 21.2 STATE the causes of centrifugal air conditioning system problems CENTRIFUGAL AIR CONDITIONING SYSTEM UNIVERSAL MICROPROCESSOR CONTROL PANEL (5 periods) 22.1 STATE the stages of a centrifugal air conditioning system. 22.2 IDENTIFY centrifugal air conditioning system components as to their functions, given a list of components and functions. 22.3 IDENTIFY the components of a Universal Microprocessor Control Panel as to their operating Characteristics and functions 22.4 ALTER program parameters using microprocessor control panel menu options 22.5 INSERT current date/time using menu options into the microprocessor panel 22.6 STATE the operational controls and components of a Microprocessor Control Panel and general description of Inputs/Outputs and associated sensors as related to their operating characteristics and functions, given a listof alternatives. 22.7 STATE the appropriate safety precautions to be followed while operating a Universal Microprocessor Control Panel, with 100 % accuracy 22.8 STATE the appropriate display screens on a Microprocessor Control Panel to their function, given a list of alternatives 22.9 STATE the possible shutdown conditions controlled by the Microprocessor Control CENTRIFUGAL AIR CONDITIONING SYSTEM MICROPROCESSOR CONTROLLED CENTRIFUGAL TROUBLESHOOTING AND DIAGNOSTICS (5 periods) 23.1 STATE thetypes of built-in tests performed by the Microprocessor Control Panel, given a list of alternatives. 23.2 IDENTIFY the components provided in a Maintenance Assist Module (MAM's) Kit as to their function. 23.3 IDENTIFY the components of a Universal Microprocessor Control Panel as to their operating characteristics and functions 23.4 STATE the appropriate safety precautions to be followed while operating a Universal Microprocessor Control Panel 23.5 STATE the appropriate safety precautions to be followed while performing preventive maintenance 23.6 STATE the appropriate safety precautions to be followed while operating a Universal Microprocessor Control Panel 23.7 EXECUTE Built-In Test using the microprocessor control panel menu options. 23.8 STATE the function of a thermistor as to its use on a centrifugal air conditioning system 23.9 STATE the function of various display screens on a microprocessor control panel 23.10 STATE the possible shutdown conditions controlled by the microprocessor control panel 23.11 DEMONSTRATE operational and functional knowledge of the Microprocessor Control Panel by effectively diagnosing panel and/or system failures. 23.12 IDENTIFY and DEMONSTRATE the use of the External Diagnostic System in evaluating troubleshooting and data logging. 23.13 IDENTIFY pre-annunciator alarm parameters as to the pressure transducer and/ or thermistor RECIPROCATING AIR CONDITIONING SYSTEMS (13 periods) 24.1 IDENTIFY electrical components in the starting circuit of a reciprocating air conditioning system given sets of alternatives 24.2 STATE the operating characteristics of a reciprocating air conditioning system 24.3 IDENTIFY electrical components of a reciprocating air conditioning system as to their function given a reciprocating air conditioning system electrical schematic and a list of functions 24.4 IDENTIFY the components of a chilled water system that interface with a reciprocating air conditioning system 24.5 STATE the appropriate safety precautions to be followed while operating a reciprocating air conditioning system RECIPROCATING AIR CONDITIONING SYSTEM PROGRAMMABLE LOGIC CONTROLLER (6 periods) 25.1 IDENTIFY electronic components of a programmable logic controller and their functions, given an electrical schematic and a list of functions 25.2 IDENTIFY the digital read-out codes of a programmable logic controller given a list of possible error codes 25.3 STATE the appropriate safety precautions to be followed while operating a reciprocating air conditioning system 25.4 PERFORM, as a group, startup and securing a reciprocating air conditioning system PREVENTATIVE/CORRECTIVE MAINTENANCE (12 periods) 26.1 TROUBLESHOOT a reciprocating air conditioning system 26.2 STATE the repairprocedures for a reciprocating air conditioning system 26.3 STATE the symptoms of a reciprocating air conditioning system problems 26.4 STATE the appropriate safety precautions to be followed while performing corrective maintenance on air conditioning systems CENTRIFUGAL AIR CONDITIONING SYSTEM (4 periods) 27.1 STATE the stages of a centrifugal air conditioning system 27.2 IDENTIFY centrifugal air conditioning system components and their functions 27.3 DESCRIBE the characteristics of variousrefrigerants used in a centrifugal air conditioning system 27.4 DESCRIBE the similarities and differences of a reciprocating and a centrifugal air conditioning system CENTRIFUGAL AIR CONDITIONING SYSTEM COMPRESSOR (10 periods) 28.1 IDENTIFY internal parts of a centrifugal air conditioning system 28.2 STATE the function of internal parts of a centrifugal air conditioning system motor and compressor 28.3 IDENTIFY the components of a centrifugal air conditioning system compressor lubrication system and their operating characteristics and functions 28.4 DISASSEMBLE, inspect, reassemble as a group a centrifugal air conditioning system compressor, as a group ELECTRICAL COMPONENTS AND CIRCUITY FOR A CENTRIFUGAL AIR CONDITIONING SYSTEM (6 periods) 29.1 IDENTIFY electronic components in the starting circuit of a centrifugal air conditioning system given an electrical schematic 29.2 IDENTIFY electronic components of a centrifugal air conditioning system as to their function given an electricalschematic CAPACITY CONTROL SYSTEM (PNEUMATIC AND ELECTRONIC) (2 periods) 30.1 STATE the function of components in the pneumatic capacity control system for a centrifugal air conditioning system 30.2 STATE the function of components in the electronic capacity control system for a centrifugal air conditioning system, given a set of alternatives 30.3 DESCRIBE the electronic capacity control system of a centrifugal air conditioning system during heat load changes given a set of alternatives (b) Academic qualifications of Instructor: Refrigeration instructor(s) must be certified to instruct in accordance with Heating Refrigeration and Air Conditioning Institute of Canada (HRAI) requirements. (c) Professional designation, accreditation, and/orcertification: The institution delivering the course shall be a certified Canadian College. 4. Applicability of the trade agreements to the procurement This procurement is subject to the following trade agreements: o Agreement on Internal Trade (AIT) o North American Free Trade Agreement (NAFTA) 5. Justification for the Pre-Identified Supplier The supplier selected in advance and identified in section 10, Nova Scotia Community College (NSCC), is to our knowledge the only supplier meeting all the specifications required in the section 3. Nova Scotia Community College has been the sole provider of this service for several years for instructors from the Canadian Forces Naval Engineering School (CFNES) in Halifax, NS and the Canadian ForcesFleet School (CFFSE) in Esquimalt, BC. NSCC possess the required knowledge, experience, and capabilities. Under a previous contract, NSCC developed the pilot Marine Refrigeration and Air Conditioning Instructor training course for the specific requirements of the Department of National Defence (DND), Maritime Forces Atlantic and have been providing the training to DND since 2005. NSCC owns the copy write for the Marine Refrigeration and Air Conditioning Instructor training course curriculum. NSCC has acquired the refrigeration equipment which meets the course standard. This equipment is specific to naval regulation and infrastructures. NSCC is located in the Halifax Regional Municipality. NSCC has the infrastructure, equipment, and faculty expertise required to provide this training. 6. Government Contracts Regulations Exception The following exception to the Government Contracts Regulations is invoked for this procurement under subsection 6(d) - only one person is capable of performing the work. 7. Exclusions and/or Limited Tendering Reasons The following exclusions and/or limited tendering reasons are invoked: Agreement on Internal Trade (AIT) Article 506.12 (b) North American Free Trade Agreement (NAFTA) Article 1016.2 (b) 8. Period of the proposed contract or delivery date The proposed contract is from date of award to March 31, 2016. 9. Cost estimate of the proposed contract The estimated value for this notice is in the following cost category: between $80,000.00 and $100,000.00 (applicable taxes included). 10. Name and address of the pre-identified supplier Nova Scotia Community College 21 Woodlawn Rd. Dartmouth, NS B2W 2R7 11. Suppliers' right to submit a statement of capabilities Suppliers who consider themselves fully qualified and available to provide the goods, services or construction services described in the ACAN may submit a statement of capabilities in writing to the contact person identified in this notice on or before the closing date of this notice. The statement of capabilities must clearly demonstrate how the supplier meets the advertised requirements. 12. Closing date for a submission of a statement of capabilities The closing date and time for accepting statements of capabilities is: 2:00 p.m. AST, Friday, December 11, 2015. 13. Inquiries and submission of statements of capabilities Laila Figueredo Supply Specialist Public Works and Government Services Canada Atlantic Region - Acquisitions Branch 1713 Bedford Row Halifax, Nova Scotia B3J 3C9 Telephone: (902) 496-5353 Facsimile: (902) 496-5016 E-mail address: laila.figueredo@pwgsc-tpsgc.gc.ca Delivery Date: Above-mentioned You are hereby notified that the government intends to negotiate with one firm only as identified above. Should you have any questions concerning this requirement, contact the contracting officer identified above. An Advance Contract Award Notice (ACAN) allows departments and agencies to post a notice, for no less than fifteen (15) calendar days, indicating to the supplier community that it intends to award a good, service or construction contract to a pre-identified contractor. If no other supplier submits, on or before the closing date, a Statement of Capabilities that meets the requirements set out in the ACAN, the contracting authority may then proceed with the award. However, should a Statement of Capabilities be found to meet the requirements set out in the ACAN, then the contracting authority will proceed to a full tendering process. Suppliers who consider themselves fully qualified and available to provide the services/goods described herein, may submit a statement of capabilities in writing to the contact person identified in this Notice on or before the closing date of this Notice. The statement of capabilities must clearly demonstrate how the supplier meets the advertised requirements. The PWGSC file number, the contracting officer's name and the closing date of the ACAN must appear on the outside of the envelope in block letters or, in the case of a facsimile transmission, on the covering page. The Crown retains the right to negotiate with suppliers on any procurement. Documents may be submitted in either official language of Canada.
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