Fort Campbell, KY Sabre Tower Airfield Renovations
Department of the Army, Army Contracting Command, MICC | Published September 11, 2015 - Deadline September 18, 2015
New Electrical Grounding: Routing provided by electrical contractor. When Phase 2 old consoles are removed, extend wire duct, wires and install receptacles and boxes. One per console position. Reinstallation of Equipment into the new Consoles: Ft. Campbell ATC maintenance technicians reinstalls all ATC specific equipment into new consoles as described in Phase 2. The reinstallation of equipment is scheduled to take one day and begins on the Friday of each phase, the maintenance group has the weekend to prep and reinstall the equipment if it is projected to take longer than the one day schedule. The equipment needs to be up and running and completely operational by the following Monday in order to begin Week #4 of the project.Modesty Panel for Staircase Opening: During the removal of equipment for phase 3, installation team to create and install custom frame for stair case modesty panel so electrical panel can be mounted inside modesty panel. New light fixture to be installed in new stair well enclosure.
Task #4 - Console Replacement Phase 3Removal of Equipment from Existing Furniture: ATC maintenance technicians removes all ATC specific equipment from existing consoles as described in Phase #3.The removal of equipment is scheduled to take one day and begins on the Monday of each phase, the maintenance group has the weekend to prep and remove the equipment if it is projected to take longer than the one day schedule.Removal of Existing Consoles: Project/Installation Manager to remove existing console furniture; ATC maintenance technicians will help in removing this furniture from the ATCT. Ft. Campbell responsible for disposing of the existing furniture.
Installation of new Consoles: Installation of Phase # 3 area Certified Installation Manager, to include the new TCW corner unit.Electrical Grounding: Electrical Contractor to prepare electrical grounding:- Mount (1) ground bar inside the console at each new operator position. All new ground bars will be connected to the existing main ground bar (MGB) currently installed.New Electrical Grounding: Routing provided by electrical contractor. When Phase 3 old consoles are removed, extend wire duct, wires and install receptacles and boxes. One per console position. Reinstallation of Equipment into the new Consoles: On-site local ATC maintenance technicians reinstalls all ATC specific equipment into new consoles as described in Phase 3. The reinstallation of equipment is scheduled to take one day and begins on the Friday.Carpet: Carpet contractor will come in and cut around the new console furniture removing the existing carpet from the front of the new furniture out into the tower. Once this is removed the carpet contractor will reinstall the 31 sq. yds. by Julies Industries Static SmartTM ESD carpet tile 24"x24" Discovery ECO Series specifically designed for ATCT applications.5.2. Task Heading.
1 1. Electrical Pre-Phase2 1.1 Remove old panel and install new T-3 panel 1.1.2 Run new electrical routing for Phase 1 and 24 2. Phase I Installation 5 2.2.1 Remove equipment from existing furniture 2.2.2 Remove existing consoles 2.2.3 Install new consoles for Phase 16 2.2.4 Prepare electrical grounding and new electrical routing for Phase 1 consoles 2.2.5 Reinstall equipment into new consoles for Phase 17 2.2.6 Remove and dispose of Phase I consoles9 3. Phase II installation10 3.1.1 Remove equipment from existing furniture11 3.1.2 Removal of existing consoles 3.1.3 Installation of new console for Phase 2 3.1.4 Prepare electrical grounding and new electrical routing for Phase 2 consoles 3.1.5 Reinstall equipment into new consoles for Phase 2 3.1.6 Install modesty panel for stairwell opening12 4. Phase III Installation13 4.1.1 Remove equipment from existing furniture14 4.1.2 Removal of existing consoles15 4.1.3 Installation of new console for Phase 3 to include TCW corner unit in SabreTower.16 4.1.4 Prepare electrical grounding and new electrical routing for Phase 3 consoles17 4.1.5 Reinstall equipment into new consoles for Phase 318 4.1 6 Remove old carpet and replace with new carpet
5.3. CONTRACTOR MANAGEMENT REPORTING (CMR): The Office of the Assistant Secretary of the Army (Manpower & Reserve Affairs) operates and maintains a secure Army data collection site where the Contractor shall report ALL Contractor manpower (including subcontractor manpower) required for performance of this contract. The Contractor shall completely fill in all the information in the format using the following web address https://Contractormanpower.army.pentagon.mil. The required information includes: (1) Contracting Office, Contracting Officer, Contracting Officer's Technical Representative (COTR) or also know as the Contracting Officer's Representative (COR); (2) Contract number, including task and delivery order number; (3) Beginning and ending dates covered by reporting period; (4) Contractor's name, address, phone number, e-mail address, identity of Contractor employee entering data; (5) Estimated direct labor hours (including sub-Contractors); (6) Estimated direct labor dollars paid this reporting period (including sub-Contractors); (7) Total payments (including sub-Contractors); (8) Predominant Federal Service Code (FSC) reflecting services provided by Contractor (and separate predominant FSC for each sub-Contractor if different); (9) Estimated data collection cost; (10) Organizational title associated with the Unit Identification Code (UIC) for the Army Requiring Activity (the Army Requiring Activity is responsible for providing the Contractor with its UIC for the purposes of reporting this information); (11) Locations where Contractor and sub-Contractors perform the work (specified by zip code in the United States and nearest city, country, when in an overseas location, using standardized nomenclature provided on website); (12) Presence of deployment or contingency contract language; and (13) Number of Contractor and sub-Contractor employees deployed in theater this reporting period (by country). As part of its submission, the Contractor shall provide the estimated total cost (if any) incurred to comply with this reporting requirement. Reporting period shall be the period of performance not to exceed 12 months ending September 30 of each government fiscal year and must be reported by 31 October of each calendar year. Contractors may use a direct XML data transfer to the database server or fill in the fields on the website. The XML direct transfer is a format for transferring files from a Contractor's system to the secure website without the need for separate data entries for each required data element at the website. The specific formats for the XML direct transfer may be downloaded from the website.
5.4. SPECIAL CONDITIONS:
5.4.1. The Contractor is responsible for knowledge of and compliance with all environmental laws, regulations, and programs of this installation, the County, State and Federal agencies that relate to or may arise under the performance of this contract. Included, but not limited to its compliance with applicable standards for the prevention, control and abatement of environmental pollution in full cooperation with the Installation, Federal, State and Local Governments.
5.4.2. Penalty charges resulting from citations against Department of Defense, Department of the Army or Fort Campbell, Kentucky or its agents, officers or employees due to the Contractor's failure to comply with environmental laws, regulations and programs, that relate to or may arise under the performance of this contract may be deducted or offset by the Government from any monies due the Contractor, and with respect to such citations, the Contractor will further take any corrective or remedial actions as directed by such agencies.
5.4.3. Warranty: Contractor's warranty shall last one (1) full year unless otherwise noted from the date of acceptance of the final unit completed under this contract. Any rework shall be done at no additional cost to the Government by the contractor in a timely manner.
5.5.1 TN/KY Construction Permits: If permit applies to this requirement. (1) Construction Activity - Storm Water Discharges - Notice of Intent, NOI, (2) National Pollution Discharge Elimination System Permit, NPDES. The contractor must also complete and document weekly inspections of sediment and erosion control devices, which must be submitted to Fort Campbell. Erosion Control Measures shall be submitted with a copy of Project Drawings prior to construction activities that will expose areas to erosion. Erosion control measures shall be in accordance with the provisions of Section C.1.9.6 and the Fort Campbell Policy for Storm Water Erosion and Sediment Control at Construction Projects. Documents can be found by going to: http://www.campbell.army.mil/campbell/directorates/DPW/envdiv/Pages/default.aspx from the main page, enter the ‘Water Program' area and a link can be found to download the proper documentation. Project Engineer will provide to Environmental for guidance. Erosion control measures shall be removed after establishment of grass at the completion of the contract. Sample BMPS can be found in the Tennessee Erosion and sediment Control Handbook. http://www.tnepsc.org/handbook.asp Note: All erosion control shall be removed prior to request for final payment with permanent control in place.
5.5.2. Dig/Excavation Permit: If permit applies to this requirement. All contractors and their subcontractors shall be required to obtain a dig permit prior to performing rock or soil excavation. The contracting officer (CO) will discuss the excavating policy at the construction pre-work conference. Contract shall contact Tennessee One Call and follow the requirements and procedures and will maintain a current, valid permit. Should the policy not be addressed during the pre-work, the contractor shall still be responsible for obtaining the excavation permit. The government reserves the right to assess monetary damages against any contractor for repair of damage to underground utilities when excavations are performed without the referenced permit. Contractor shall contact Tennessee One call for underground locates at "811", 800-351-1111 or email - firstname.lastname@example.org
5.5.3. Confined Work Space: If applies to this requirement. Contractor shall observe OSHA Regulation 29 CFR Parts 1910 regarding permitting, entry and working within confined spaces. Contractor is required to provide a copy of his work plan to the Contracting Officer's representative prior to entering any confined space.
5.5.4. Electrical Permit: If permit applies to this requirement. No electric equipment shall be installed within or on any Fort Campbell building, structure, or premises, nor shall any alteration or addition be made in any such existing equipment without first securing an Electrical Permit from the Fort Campbell Electrical Inspector in accordance with CAM Regulation 420-4 (Quality Assurance "Electrical" Inspection Standards) latest edition.
5.6. Notification Requirements: Any time work of any kind will or may cause interference with Fire alarm or Sprinkler Systems: Contractor shall notify the Central Dispatch Center before and after working on any fire alarm or sprinkler system. Contractor shall notify the Central Dispatch Center that they are testing the fire alarm and sprinkler system at a specific building and request that they record time and signals received. Contractor shall notify Central dispatch Center following testing to verify signals received and to advise fire department that testing has been completed. Central Dispatch Center (798-1221 or 798-1224). Proper notification and coordination is required to preclude unnecessary response to false alarms. Failure of Contractor to provide this notification and a false alarm occurs; a deduction of $453.00 may be assessed from the Contractor's payments.
NOTE: Any time a fire alarm or sprinkler system is to be affected the contractor is responsible to provide notification, and qualified personnel to take down and bring back on line the existing FACP, King Fisher Transmitter, or suppression system. The government will not provide this service.
5.7. Radios: Contractors utilizing mobile/hand radios are required to register their frequency with Jesse Tharpe, Network Enterprise Center; (NEC), telephone 270-798-9789.
5.8. Conduct & Dress: Workers shall be properly attired at all times. Full-length pants (no shorts), shirts (tee-shirt minimum), and proper shoes (no flip-flops, thongs, or open-toed sandals) are required. No smoking in buildings. Department of the Army Smoking Policy shall be observed. Tobacco use is prohibited in all DA-occupied workplaces except for designated smoking areas only. Smoking allowed outside as long as butts, wrappers, packages, etc., are policed daily. The contractor shall ensure that all lunch and break times debris are contained and removed from the site at the end of each period and properly disposed of as specified. Profanity is strictly forbidden. Only necessary company operational vehicles shall be driven to project site. All privately owned vehicles shall be parked at contractor's storage area.
5.9. Work Area: All debris, equipment, tools, supplies, etc., shall be removed or stored in such a manner as not to interfere with the use of the facility.
5.10. Disposition of Materials: Disposal of materials and equipment is the responsibility of the contractor at locations as specified. No materials or equipment shall be removed from Government property without written permission from the proper authorities. Miscellaneous Metals and Scrap Rubber shall be delivered to DRMO or other appropriate facility for recycling. The metals can be steel, aluminum, brass, copper and bronze. Empty containers (55 gallon drums, 5 gallon cans, etc.) that have contained petroleum, antifreeze, paint, acid, etc. cannot be accepted as scrap metal and shall be emptied of any liquid contents in accordance with applicable regulations and then flatten and placed in dumpsters at the convenience centers.4.3.10 Construction and Demolition (C&D) debris should be taken to the Woodlawn landfill. Note the maximum concrete size is 48" x 34". Per ACSIM policy, it is required to divert a min. of 50% of all C&D waste from the Woodlawn landfill. All diverted salvageable materials (valves, piping, electrical, etc) should be taken to DRMO or other appropriate facility and counted as diverted. The weight of all diverted materials shall be turned in to the COR to distribute to the DPW Environmental Division, Solid Waste Program manager for reporting to higher headquarters.
5.11. Use of Dumpsters: The contractor is not permitted to use the Fort Campbell refuse dumpster, located near the project site, for disposal of materials
5.12. LANDFILL ACCESS: If required, the contractor shall obtain a "landfill access permit" to gain access to Woodlawn C&D landfill. Permit can be obtained from the Pollution Prevention Operating Center (PPOC) Building 5134. POC is contract support at 798-9785/ PPOC Branch Chief at 798-9767. All access to landfill shall be during the hours of 7:30 a.m. to 3:00 p.m., Monday thru Thursday and 7:30 a. m. to 11:30 a. m. on Friday unless coordinated through the COR. 5.13. Hot Permit: If permit applies to this requirement. Any time an open flame is used in performance of a contract a Hot Work permit shall be requested from the Fire Department. (270) 798-7171 Contractor is required to provide a copy of permit to the Contracting Officer's representative prior to any hot work. 5.14. Environmental Issues: Contractors are responsible for compliance with all Fort Campbell Environmental policies. Available at: http://www.campbell.army.mil/campbell/directorates/DPW/envdiv/Pages/default.aspx
5.15. Hazardous Chemicals: If hazardous chemicals or POL spills occur at the job site the Fire department and then the DPW Environmental Division shall be notified immediately.
5.16. Hazardous Waste: No liquids or hazardous waste created or used during construction of the facility shall be deposited in the landfill. Disposal of such waste shall be done in accordance with environmental regulations. Manifests for disposal must be coordinated through the DPW Environmental Division. If any fluorescent tubes or electrical ballasts are removed during renovation, they must be recycled by an approved facility. Any hazardous waste generated during renovation is the sole responsibility of the contractors in regard to regulatory storage and disposal requirements. All hazardous wastes generated during this contract must also be manifested off post. The manifest shall be submitted for review and signature prior to transporting any materials off the installation.
5.17. EPCRA: The Emergency Planning and Community Right-To-Know Act (EPCRA) require that site specific information concerning hazardous chemicals use and releases be provided. A hazardous material as per 29 CFR 1910.1200 is any substance which is a physical or health hazard. The Contractor is required to maintain an inventory of hazardous materials and associated MSDS sheets using the attached FTCKY Hazmat Inventory Form. This inventory shall be provided on a separate submittal sheet to the Contracting Officer at least 10 working days before the hazardous materials are brought on to the installation.
5.18. Inventories of hazardous substances listed in the Act shall include quantities received, amount used, and quantities turned in for disposal. The amount that is not accounted for will be considered as quantities that were released to the environment. Based on this new requirement it is imperative that strict inventory controls be placed on hazardous substances that are being used on Fort Campbell. Questions in reference to the EPCRA can be directed to the Pollution Prevention Branch, Environmental Division, telephone 798-9771
NOTE: If no hazardous material IAW 29 CFR 1910.1200 is to be brought onto the installation note such on the inventory form and submit the form.
5.19. Air pollution restrictions applicable to this project do not allow materials to be burned on the Government premises.
5.20. Suspect Asbestos/Lead Based Paint-Containing Materials: If, at any time during the project, the contractor discovers suspect asbestos/lead based paint-containing material(s) which have not been previously identified in the contract, the contractor shall not proceed with the work, and shall notify the Contracting Officer's representative immediately.
5.21. Asbestos work: Any asbestos work to be conducted at Fort Campbell requires the personnel doing the work to have a minimum 5 years verifiable experience in either Tennessee or Kentucky.
5.22. SCHEDULE OF WORK: The contractor shall note the following conditions:
5.2.1. The contractor shall coordinate all his work and scheduling with the Contracting Officer's Representative (COR). The contractor shall notify the COR a minimum of forty eight (48) hours in advance of commencing work. All work shall be done during the hours of 7:30 a.m. to 4:00 p.m., Monday thru Friday unless coordinated through the COR.
5.2.2. Coordinate all activities with facility personnel in order to minimize interruption to normal activities.
5.2.3. The Contractor shall be responsible for all damage to premises and structures caused by the Contractor during remediation. Damage shall be repaired to the original condition at the Contractor's expense using original criteria.
5.3. Power Outages and Shutdowns:
5.3.1. The heating system shall be operational during the heating season from approximately 1 November to 1 April, except for short-term schedule shutdowns approved by the Contracting Office. Any request for a short term shutdown shall be submitted seven (7) days in advance. The request shall give the approximate length of time required for the proposed work and the methods to be used. 5.3.2. During shutdowns of heating systems it shall be the contractor's responsibility to provide auxiliary heat and freeze protection as required.
5.3.3. Any request for a short term power outage shall be submitted seven (7) days in advance. The request shall give the approximate length of time required for the proposed work and the methods to be used.
5.4. Exterior Utility Connections:
5.4.1. Water/Wastewater: Projects involving connections to the exterior water or sewer service shall be coordinated with CH2M HILL (931.431.2013 On-Site Engineer) prior to bidding. No water or waste water connections may be made without the execution of a written agreement with CH2M HILL. All design and construction of water and wastewater facilities at Ft. Campbell shall be in compliance with the Water and Wastewater Design and Construction Standards obtained from CH2M HILL. CH2M HILL will determine what, if any, water and sewer infrastructure may be physically constructed by the Contractor and shall be the sole judge of the adequacy of any such construction performed by the Contractor. The Contract Price is to include the complete cost to design and construct water and sewer services under this contract whether designed and constructed by the Contractor or by CH2M HILL. Contractor shall include all cost associated with water/sewer line design/installations in proposals for this Task Order. Remember that some work in Tennessee requires stamped drawings such as new lines, sewer, fire hydrants, etc.
5.4.2. Natural Gas: Projects involving connections to exterior gas service shall be coordinated with Clarksville Gas. All requests must be returned to Clarksville Gas Fort Campbell (CGFC) operations center at bldg 5100 1st St and Tennessee Ave or fax to Clarksville Gas Fort Campbell at (931) 542-9601. For questions, please call (931) 542-9600. Contractor to include all cost associated with gas line installation by CGFC in proposals.
5.4.3. Communications: Projects involving any Communications work shall be IAW the latest edition of the Fort Campbell Network Enterprise Center (NEC) standards and regulations unless specifically directed otherwise. The General Contractor shall be responsible for the installation of the telephone and data system including the duct bank into the building, conduit, panels, cable trays, boxes, faceplates, etc., as per the latest edition of the I3A - Technical Criteria for the Installation Information Infrastructure and the Fort Campbell Information Technology (IT) Design Guide unless required otherwise in this statement of work.
5.5. The contractor shall comply with requirements of EM 385-1-1, SAFETY AND HEALTH REQUIREMENTS MANUAL - USACE (See http://www.usace.army.mil/SafetyandOccupationalHealth/SafetyandHealthRequirementsManual.aspx, and all applicable federal OSHA standards. (Latest Edition)
5.6. All pertinent local, state and federal building codes, Unified Facilities Criteria (UFC) and the Unified Facilities Guide Specifications (UFGS) to include specific guidelines in the Fort Campbell design Guide (Technical and Installation) and the International Building Code (IBC).
5.7. Site Safety and Health Plan (DID002): Site Security and Safety: Site security shall be in accordance with the contract and/or as further instructed by the Contracting Officer. Site safety shall be in accordance with EM 385-1-1, and the contract generic Site Security and Safety Plan unless otherwise indicated in submittal requirements.
PART 6APPLICABLE PUBLICATIONS
6. APPLICABLE PUBLICATIONS (CURRENT EDITIONS)
6.1. The Contractor must abide by all applicable regulations, publications, manuals, and local policies and procedures.
AR 420-43 Facilities Engineering Electrical Services AR available at: http://engineers.ihs.com/document/abstract/AUGYDAAAAAAAAAAA
ASTM B 3 Standard Specification for Soft or Annealed Copper Wire ASTM B 33 Standard Specification for Tinned Soft or Annealed Copper Wire for Electrical Purposes ASTM B 8 Standard Specification for Concentric-Lay-Stranded Copper ConductorsASTM A 36 Standard Specification for Carbon Structural Steel ASTM A 53 Standard Specification for Pipe, Steel, Black and Hot-Dipped, Zinc-Coated, Welded and SeamlessASTM specifications are available at: http://www.astm.org/standards/index.html
CAM 420-4 Electrical Inspections and Specifications for all Construction RequirementsCAM Reg 420-4 specifications are included in 6.1.2
FAA-STD-1217f Electrical Work, Interior FAA-STD-019e Lightning and Surge Protection, Grounding, Bonding and Shielding Requirements for Electronic Equipment FAA-STD-1391B Installation and Splicing of Underground Cables FAA Order 6950.2 Electrical Power Policy Implementation at National Airspace System FacilitiesFAA Order 6950.27 Short Circuit Analysis and Protective Device Coordination StudyFAA specifications available at: everyspec.com/FAA/FAA-SPEC or http://www.faa.gov/Regulations_Policies/Orders_notices/FS WC-375D Circuit Breakers, Molded Case, Branch Circuit and Service FS WP-115C Panel, Power Distribution FS specifications available at: http://www.everyspec.com/FED-STD/ IEEE C2 National Electrical Safety Code IEEE 1100 Powering and Grounding Sensitive Electronic Equipment IEEE 81 Guide for Measuring Earth Resistivity, Ground Impedance, and Earth Surface Potentials of a Ground System IEEE C62.41 Recommended Practice for Surge Voltages in Low-Voltage AC Power Circuits IEEE specifications available at: http://www.ieee.org/publications_standards/index.html or IEEE, Inc, Service Department, 445 Hoes Lane, PO Box 1331, Piscataway, NJ 08855-1331NEMA 250 Enclosures for Electrical Equipment (1000 Volts Maximum) NEMA FB1 Fitting, Cast Metal Boxes, and Conduit Bodies, and Cable Assemblies NEMA ICS-6 Industrial Control System Enclosure NEMA OS1 Sheet-Steel Outlet Boxes, Device Boxes, Covers, and Box Supports NEMA RN1 Polyvinyl Chloride (PVC) Externally Coated Galvanized Rigid Steel Conduit NEMA AB1 Molded Case Circuit Breakers and Molded Case Switches NEMA PB1 Panelboards NEMA PB1.1 General Instructions for Proper Installation, Operation, and Maintenance of Panel boards Rated 600 Volts or Less NEMA WD-1 General Requirements for Wiring Devices NEMA KS1 Enclosed and Miscellaneous Distribution Equipment Switches (600 Volts Maximum)NEMA specifications available at: http://www.nema.org/Standards/Pages/All-Standards.aspx or National Electrical Manufacturers Association, 2101 L Street NW, Washington, DC 20057; (202)457-8400NFPA 70 Article 100, Listing and labeling agency qualifications as defined in 29 CFR 1910.7 NFPA70 National Electrical Code, NFPA specifications available at: http://www.constructionbook.com/nec-code-2011/ or http://www.nfpa.org/catalog/UL 467 Grounding and Bonding Equipment UL 486A Wire Connectors and Soldering Lugs for Use with Copper Conductors UL 1 Flexible Metal Conduit UL 1242 Intermediate Metal Conduits UL 360 Liquid-tight Flexible Metal Conduit UL 486A Wire Connectors and Soldering Lugs for Use with Copper Conductors UL 5 Surface Metal Raceways and Fittings UL 50 Enclosures for Electrical Equipment UL 514A Metallic Outlet Boxes UL 514B Fittings for Conduit and Outlet Boxes UL 6 Rigid Metal Conduit UL 797 Electric Metallic Tubing UL 870 Wireways, Auxiliary Gutter, and Associated Fittings UL 1283 Electromagnetic Interference Filters UL 1449 Transient Voltage Surge Suppressors UL 486A Wire Connectors and Soldering Lugs for Use with Copper Conductors UL 67 Panelboards UL specifications are available at: http://www.UL.com/global/eng/pages/solutions/standards/
6.1.2. CAM Regulation 420-4
PART 7ATTACHMENT/TECHNICAL EXHIBIT LISTING
7. Attachment/Technical Exhibit List:
7.1. Attachment 1/Technical Exhibit 1 - Performance Requirements Summary
7.2. Attachment 2/Technical Exhibit 2 - Deliverables Schedule
TECHNICAL EXHIBIT 1
Performance Requirements Summary The contractor service requirements are summarized into performance objectives that relate directly to mission essential items. The performance threshold briefly describes the minimum acceptable levels of service required for each requirement. These thresholds are critical to mission success.
Performance Objective(The Service required-usually a shall statement) Standard Performance Threshold (This is the maximum error rate. It could possibly be "Zero deviation from standard") Method of Surveillance
PRS # 1. In the electrical preparation and modification phase the contractor shall provide the electrical service necessary to facilitate the new console installation The contractor provided work shall meet National Electric Code and CAM 420-4 electrical inspection standards and the FAA requirements for grounding of electrical equipment used in control towers. Zero deviation from standards Electrical inspection after completion of Phase 1& 4PRS # 2 In each console phase the contractor shall remove the existing consoles Removal of existing consoles Damage inspection of remaining equipment and Function/certification standard inspection 100% functional inspection procedure validating remaining equipment works satisfactory PRS # 3 In each console phase the contractor shall complete the necessary tower cab electrical work required for installation of the new consoles The contractor provided work shall meet National Electric Code and CAM 420-4 electrical inspection standards and the FAA requirements for grounding of electrical equipment used in control towers. Function/certification standard inspection 100% functional inspection of electrical and ATC equipment associated with the PhasePRS # 4 In each console phase the contractor shall install the new consoles Install the new console without damage to it, the new electrical circuits or the other existing consoles Function/certification standard inspection 100% function inspection of electrical and ATC equipment associate with the PhasePRS#5In the carpet phase the contractor shall remove the old carpet, prep the floor, lay the mastic and install the new carpet specifically designed for ATCT facilities. Install Julies Industries Static-SmartTM ESD carpet tile 24"x24" Discovery ECO Series specifically designed for ATCT. Zero deviation from standard 100% Inspection
TECHNICAL EXHIBIT 2
Deliverable Frequency # of Copies Medium/Format Submit ToAir Traffic Consoles Replacement Report All four tasks will be completed in one shipment, broken down into four phases. A copy of all paper work, with changes, be provided to the customer before termination of contract Hardcopy and CD
ATC DivisionBldg 7164, H Ave.Ft. Campbell, KY 42223-6010
Electrical Work Electrical work for all four tasks will be completed in one shipment A copy of all paper work, with changes, be provided to the customer before termination of contract Hardcopy and CD ATC DivisionBldg 7164, H Ave.Ft. Campbell, KY 42223-6010