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Electrical and Data Wire Install

Department of the Army, U.S. Army Corps of Engineers | Published September 25, 2015  -  Deadline October 2, 2015
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Scope of Work for Installation of Electrical & Data For Ace It Cubicle 7E19A The following describes the services to be performed for US Army Corps of Engineers District located at 180 Fifth Street East Suite700 St. Paul, MN 55101. All work shall comply with Federal State and Local building codes. Data The Horizontal Cabling Subsystem should be constructed as follows: -Contractor will provide and install one (1) dual port furniture outlet. -The contractor shall run new Category 6A Shielded Plenum Rated - data cable from each port on the outlet to the patch closet. -At same time of running data cables for cubicle outlets the contractor shall run two additional data cables which will be coiled up above ceiling tile leaving 12 feel of extra length for future usage -The cables will be installed from the outlet jack, through contractor provided stub out, along the plenum ceiling area using contractor provided conduit sleeves when needed to the IT Closet 7NE. A horizontal run of approximately 175 feet. - Contractor will follow existing cable trays pathways when present and support the cable with hangers, structural support and cable ties when needed. The Work Location Cabling Subsystem will be constructed as follows: -Contractor will terminate the data cables on Category 6A jacks at the workstation. -Patch cords for the terminals are not included in this proposal. The Equipment Room and Telecommunications Closet Subsystem will be constructed as follows: -The data cable will terminate on the existing RJ45 port patch panel hardware in the IT Closet. Contractor will provide Testing of all wiring and connectors include testing for: -Attenuation, Continuity, Polarity, Reversals, Shorts and Grounds Electrical -Contractor will install electrical service to two existing outlets in furniture system raceway off a current ceiling feed panel located above cubicle 7E19A -Contractor needs to provide copy of driver's license and social security number of personnel conducting the work four business days prior to arrival onsite. Identification information shall be provided Duane Isle 651-290-5226 -For Utilization of building freight elevators, loading dock, and alley access please coordinate 72 hours in advance with Facilities Specialist Duane Isle 651-290-5226

Electrical Resistivity Imaging Equipment Specifications

Department of Agriculture, Natural Resources Conservation Service | Published September 22, 2015  -  Deadline September 5, 2014
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Link To Document

62--Electrical Upgrades to Coles Creek Recreational Area at Carlyle Lake, Carlyle, Illlinois

Department of the Army, U.S. Army Corps of Engineers | Published March 20, 2015
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Electrical Upgrades to Coles Creek Recreational Area at Carlyle Lake, Carlyle, Illlinois

Electrical Power Test Set (EPTS) Software Upgrade

Department of the Navy, Naval Air Systems Command | Published April 22, 2015  -  Deadline May 7, 2015
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The Naval Air Systems Command (NAVAIR) intends to solicit and negotiate a Firm Fixed-Price Sole Source order to the Basic Ordering Agreement N00019-11-G-0001 to The Boeing Company to procure an Electrical Power Test Set (EPTS) Software Upgrade in support of Engineering Change Proposal (ECP) 6355R1C2. An EPTS Software Upgrade that is compatible with Windows7 was planned for installation in 2017. PMA-260 is upgrading 31 non-F/A18 Aircraft Engine Component Test Stands (AECTS) with Windows7 currently. These stands currently have Windows 98 software and cannot interface. During the interim the old computers would be retained to support F/A-18 AECTS (31 stands). The supplies and/or services to support the EPTS Software Upgrade may include installation of the software in support of engineering change proposals, training in support of software upgrades and associated technical, financial, and administrative data, with planned deliveries in accordance with the Contract Data Requirements. This acquisition is being pursued on a sole source basis under the statutory authority 10 USC 2304 (C)(1) as implemented by Federal Acquisition Regulation (FAR) 6.302-1, "Only one responsible source and no other supplies or services will satisfy agency requirements." This synopsis is for informational purposes only. Inquiries regarding availability of subcontracting opportunities should be directed to The Boeing Company, P.O. Box 516, St. Louis, MO 63166-0516.

NORMANDY ELECTRICAL

Department of the Army, Army Contracting Command, ECC | Published March 31, 2016  -  Deadline April 18, 2016
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The requirement is for Electgrical Power Distribution System Service.

Z--Correct Electrical FCA Deficiencies

Department of Veterans Affairs, Columbus VAOPC | Published March 16, 2015  -  Deadline July 23, 2015
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No Description Provided

Z--MAINT SHOP MOVE ELECTRIC METER BASE

Department of the Interior, Fish and Wildlife Service | Published August 24, 2016  -  Deadline September 2, 2016
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IGF::OT::IGF The Contractor shall provide all labor, equipment, tools, materials, transportation and incidental items to move electrical meter base.

Various Electrical Adapters for Cable Assemblies

Department of the Navy, Naval Air Systems Command | Published April 5, 2016  -  Deadline April 12, 2016
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  Solicitation N00421-16-T-0233 is issued as a brand name procurement. This action will be conducted under Federal Acquisition Regulation (FAR) Part 12 and FAR Part 13.   The Government intends to purchase on a firm fixed-price basis, and to solicit and award the proposed purchase order on a brand name basis, for Glenair Parts, under the authority implemented by Federal Acquisition Regulation (FAR) Part 13.106-1(b).  All responding vendors must be registered in the System for Award Management (SAM) Database prior to submission of an offer to be considered for award of any DoD contract.  This may be accomplished electronically at http://www.sam.gov/vendor.cfm.  The Government intends to award this on a brand name basis. All interested parties MUST submit a brand name quote no later than 4:00pm Eastern Standard Time, 12-APR-2016. The Government will consider quotes from all responsible sources with the capability to provide the Brand Name products cited. Preference will be given to quotes from small businesses. Vendor must be an authorized distributor / authorized reseller; Items must be covered under the Manufacturer's Warranty; Used or refurbished items will not be accepted.  Award will be made on an all or none basis.  All quotes/responses shall be submitted via email to Olive Rogers at olive.rogers@navy.mil

Z--Electrical Upgrade at Building 1407 LOX (Liquid Oxygen) Storage

Department of the Army, National Guard Bureau | Published August 25, 2015  -  Deadline September 10, 2015
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Synopsis not required IAW FAR 5.202(a)(13). See solicitation.

48--2 Electric Actuators for the water control structure at Cross Lake MN

Department of the Army, U.S. Army Corps of Engineers | Published March 27, 2015  -  Deadline April 3, 2015
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SCOPE OF WORK Instructions to offerors: See page 1 block 8 for solicitation due date. Late offers will not be considered. SCOPE OF WORK: 1. SCOPE Provide Two (2) identical multi-turn actuators to be installed by others as replacements for existing gate hoist drives. Existing equipment is described on the drawings included with this solicitation. Actuators shall be designed and built in accordance with AWWA C542-09: Electric Motor Actuators for Valves and Slide Gates. 2. REQUIRED ACTUATOR PERFORMANCE POWER SUPPLY: Main is 480/277 volts AC, 3-phase, operators are powered by a 70-amp circuit breaker PF2 in Panelboard PDP1. Power to all of the gate operator enclosure heaters is supplied from a 20-amp breaker PGOH in Panelboard LRP. MINIMUM BREAK TORQUE (FT-LB) 6000 MAXIMUM TORQUE (FT-LB) 10000 TURNS TO OPEN 4.5 MINIMUM OUTPUT SPEED (RPM) 0.35 MINIMUM DUTY CYCLE AT BREAK TORQUE (SEC) 810 3. RECCOMENDED SITE VISIT INSPECTION OF EXISTING ACTUATORS Replacement actuators shall physically match existing actuators to the maximum extent to allow installation without modification to any other existing equipment. No modifications to existing hoist components will be allowed. Replacement actuator junction box, control panel, and hand wheel shall be in the same location and orientation and as the existing actuators. Replacement actuators shall have same mount bolt pattern and same output shaft dimensions and rotation direction as existing actuators. Replacement actuators shall be furnished complete with installation instructions and every part needed to complete the installations. The existing hoists are located at the Cross Lake Recreation Area, Crosslake, MN. The contractor is recommended to visit the site to inspect the existing actuators to obtain required measurements and layout information. Site visits to inspect the existing condition can be arranged and scheduled by contacting: U.S. ARMY CORPS OF ENGINEERS CROSS LAKE RECREATION AREA 35507 COUNTY ROAD 66, BOX 36 CROSSLAKE, MN 56442-0036 651-290-5793 4. ACTUATOR ENCLOSURES Furnish NEMA 4 cast iron or cast aluminum actuator enclosures for service in unprotected outdoors operating temperature range from -20 F to 150 F. All external fasteners shall be stainless steel. Provide space heaters inside enclosures wired same as existing heaters. Provide local control open/close/stop illuminated pushbutton station integral to enclosure. The control pushbutton station shall be configured so that quote mark open quote mark corresponds to gate raise and quote mark close quote mark corresponds to gate close as installed. Remote control operation and indication capability is not required. 5. ACTUATOR MOTORS AND GEARS Actuator shall not use a lost motion device to obtain required performance. Provide TENV 208 volt, single phase, capacitor start squirrel-cage induction motor, with NEMA MG1Class F insulation, and at least two Class B thermal contacts embedded within motor windings. All gears shall be enclosed. Shafts shall be mounted on antifriction bearings. Actuators shall be equipped with self-locking worm drives so to hold the gate load static at any manually selected shutoff position when the hoist is de-energized. Motor connection shall be by plug and socket and motor removal shall be possible without loss of lubricant. 6. ACTUATOR LIMIT SWITCHES Provide two independently adjustable position limit switches to serve as stop limiting devices for gate up and gate down positions. Motor shall include torque switches to de-energize the motor and prevent damage to the motor in the event of a stall condition. Limit switch contact rating rated 600 volts per ICS-125.6. 7. ACTUATOR HANDWHEEL AND CLUTCH Equip actuator with manual two-position clutch to select motor drive or hand wheel drive. Include external clutch handle with provision to padlock clutch handle in either position and to prevent unauthorized operation. Clutch shall prevent simultaneous engagement of motor and handwheel. The clutch system design shall provide that no damage results if hand operation is selected while the actuator is running. The clutch system design shall provide that no damage results if the actuator motor is started when hand operation is selected. The handwheel shall include an embossed / raised arrow to indicate gate open direction. 8. SUBMITTAL REQUIRED WITH BID All submittal information shall be in pdf format. Submit with the bid the make and model number of the actuator complete with dimensioned outline drawings and performance data. Submittal shall be sufficiently detailed to verify compliance with the specified actuator performance and layout criteria. 9. SUBMITTALS AFTER CONTRACT AWARD All submittal information shall be in pdf format. MODEL AND DESIGN DATA SUBMITTAL. For each actuator furnish complete job sheet including model number, purchase order, serial number, options, and point of contact for service and parts. Provide information required by Par. 4.2 of AWWA C542. For each actuator provide Certification and copy of both Proof-of-Design Test and Performance Test as defined by AWWA C542. OPERATION AND MAINTENANCE INFORMATION SUBMITTAL. Provide manufacturers standard package of instructions and information exploded view with parts list plus specified installation instructions. Include disassembly and troubleshooting instructions with exploded view of actuator components and itemized list of replacement parts. Include wiring diagrams, and limit switch and torque switch setting instructions. Include unit weight, hoisting instructions, and installation instructions. SHOP DRAWING SUBMITTAL. Provide manufacturers standard dimensioned outline drawing. In addition, provide detail drawings to completely describe the mount interface between the new actuator and the existing hoist gear reducer. Include fully dimensioned drawings of actuator mount including bolt pattern, output shaft, and coupling. WIRING DIAGRAM SUBMITTAL. Include manufacturer's standard wiring diagrams. Include job-specific wiring instructions to identify individual existing actuator conductors and locations, modifications to these conductors, and new locations in the new actuators. Wiring instructions shall include images of both existing actuator junction terminals and new actuator junction terminals with arrows, callouts, conductor identifications, and other information to aid field installation. INSTALLATION PARTS SUBMITTAL. For each actuator, provide all electric conduit, fittings, enclosures, and preassembled wire harnesses as required to complete the electrical installation. For each actuator, provide fully machined output drive coupling, keys, mount bolts, gaskets, and all required fasteners that are required to complete installation. 10. EXISTING EQUIPMENT Actuator Data: EIM Model No: 3FNK-3 Outline Dwg: 3-001/16G 84195-2H Assembly Dwg: 83854D-1 83854D-2 Instruction: Tech Manual Enclosure: Watertight NEMA 4/IP65 RPM Out: 025 Torque Spring: 83464-5 White Motor Gears: 33941/33927 Handwheel Gears: 16/32 33941/34545 Drive Sleeve/Worm: 35600-2R 68:2R Lubrication: #221 Moly 800 E.P. Special Cover: Lockable C/S Cover Nameplate: 36685 NEMA 4X, IP 66 Rated torque: 255 ft-lb Pullout torque: 330 ft-lb Peak (stall) torque: 600 ft-lb Design stall thrust: (600) (1.15) / (.0275) = 25,090 lb

Y--Replace Exterior Electrical Transformers Bldg. 13 Project: 539-16-504

Department of Veterans Affairs, Dayton VAMC | Published July 7, 2016
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No Description Provided

Passenger Elevators Replacement

General Services Administration, Public Buildings Service (PBS) | Published February 24, 2016  -  Deadline April 11, 2016
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The General Services Administration (GSA), Great Lakes Region, Acquisition Management Division (AMD) is issuing this synopsis for the replacement of six (6) Passenger Elevators, located at the Warren E. Burger Federal Building and US Courthouse, 316 N. Robert Street, St. Paul, Minnesota. This procurement is an unrestricted (Full and Open) procurement. The estimated cost is between $1,000,000 and $5,000,000. The NAICS code is 238290, Other Building Equipment Contractors. The Small Business Size Standard is $15 Million. For general reference, the scope of this project requires the contractor to furnish all labor, equipment, tools, materials, and supervision necessary for the removal and replacement of the existing passenger elevators as indicated in the specification and drawings. The contract will consist of one line item. Work includes but is not limited to the demolition and replacement of elevators, to be completed in two phases for three (3) elevators each. Work also includes installation of sump pumps at the related elevator pits. Work will include all general, mechanical and electrical work specified in the Specifications and Drawings. The Government intends to award a contract in the third quarter (April 1, 2016 - June 30, 2016) FY16. The Contractor will need to reach substantial completion within 240 calendar days from the issuance of the Notice to Proceed (NTP) with on-site work. Contract completion will be expected within 60 calendar days after the substantial completion date. It is the Government's intent to award a contract to the responsible offeror whose proposal conforms to the solicitation and provides the best value to the Government based on the following evaluation factors: Price and Past Performance. The Solicitation will be released on or about March 10, 2016, with a proposal due date on or about April 11, 2016. A pre-proposal site visit will be scheduled within two weeks of the issuance of the solicitation. The entire scope of work, inclusive of drawings and technical documents will be available through Federal Business Opportunities. Interested parties are responsible for printing the Solicitation and all related documents. It is also the interested parties' responsibility to monitor this site for release of the Solicitation, amendments and any other related information. Funds are current unavailable, however, funding is anticipated third quarter of FY16. One or more of the items under this acquisition is subject to Free Trade Agreements. All responsible sources may submit a proposal which shall be considered by the agency. All contractors must be active in SAM www.sam.gov, to be considered for award. For any questions related to this synopsis, please contact the Contracting Officer, Ron Sieben, at 612-725-3018 or ronald.sieben@gsa.gov.

54--Prefabricated Concrete Shower Building

Department of the Army, U.S. Army Corps of Engineers | Published March 25, 2015  -  Deadline April 3, 2015
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The Corps of Engineers is looking for quotes for a building equivalent to the CXT Rainier. The building shall meet the following specifications : A Prefabricated concrete building with two large individual family assist style restrooms. Each room shall be accessed through its own door and has its own toilet, sink and shower stall. The building shall be constructed with steel reinforced concrete with a minimum strength of 5,000 psi with exterior barn wood wall texture and cedar shake roof texture, the building will not rot, rust, or burn. The building interior will be primed and painted with white paint to reflect natural light from Lexan windows mounted in steel frames cast into the walls. The building shall meet all applicable A.D.A. accessibility standards. Each restroom shall include toilets and sinks made from vitreous china, stainless steel toilet paper dispenser capable of holding at least 3 rolls of toilet paper and built to withstand a 300lb top load, and vandal resistant stainless steel modular shower control units in the shower stall. A dual plug GFI electrical oulet shall be located next to the sink. Each room will be equipped with electric blowers for hand drying. There will be a 4-foot ceiling mounted light fixture above each shower and above each toilet/sink area. Utilities shall be pre-wired, plumbed and tested before shipping to meet local code requirements. They should be conveniently concealed within the chase/storage area for easy hookup and maintenance and to reduce the effects of vandalism. The buiding shall be outfitted with a high volume (at least 80 gallons) hot water tank and room heaters for each restroom. The contractor shall provide drawings showing all utility hookups stubs and any necessary site prep no later than 30 days after contract award.. Exterior will have a simulated barn wood textured walls and simulated textured cedar shake roof. The contractor will deliver and be responsible for placement with a sufficient size crane, delivery of the unit will not include hook up of utilities. The building shall not require any sub footings. The quote shall be FOB Destination. Deliver to: Mel Rieman Recreation Area Campground near Baldhill Dam, 2630 114th Ave SE, Valley City, ND 58072

Furnish Electric Lights & Fans Installation at Range 33

Department of the Army, Army Contracting Command, MICC | Published May 25, 2016
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This acquisition is being solicited as a HUBzone Small Business Set-Aside. The NAICS code is 238210 with a size standard of $15.0M. The Mission and Installation Contracting Command, Installation Contracting Office, Fort Leonard Wood, Missouri has a requirement Furnish Electrical Lights and Fans installation at Range 33 Training Complex at Fort Leonard Wood. The contractor shall provide all plant, labor, equipment, supplies and materials, and performing all work in accordance with specifications and provided drawings to perform this requirement at Fort Leonard Wood, Missouri. The areas concerned in this project are government owned. They will be in use during the progress of the work and the contractor shall arrange their operations to cause as little interference as possible; work shall be performed during normal duty hours identified as 7:30 a.m. to 4:00 p.m., Monday through Friday, legal public holidays excepted.. All work performed shall be in accordance with the manufacturers specifications. The magnitude of this project is between $100,000 and $250,000. This will be a fixed price construction contract. The solicitation W911S7-16-B-0013 will be available on or about 8 June 2016 on the Federal Business Opportunities (FBO) website (http://www.fbo.gov). For information on how to register your company on FBO, to view or receive updates and notifications to the solicitation, please reference the FBO Vendor Guide located on the FBO web site home page. NO paper copies of the solicitation will be furnished. A solicitation mailing list will not be maintained for this procurement. Inquiries will only be addressed by EMAIL ONLY. Forward any questions to david.w.foster24.civ@mail.mil THE SOLICITATION AND ANY AMENDMENTS ARE PAPERLESS AND WILL BE AVAILABLE ON THE INTERNET ONLY. **NOTE: Prior to submission of an offer, Contractors must be actively registered and have an active FAR and DFARS certification in the System for Award Management (SAM) in order to receive a contract award from any DoD agency. Contractors may access the Internet site at: https://www.sam.gov/ to register and/or obtain information about the SAM program. FAR and DFARS Representations and Certifications can be submitted at https://www.sam.gov/.

USDC Clerks Kitchen Renovation

General Services Administration, Public Buildings Service (PBS) | Published April 24, 2015  -  Deadline May 12, 2015
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Renovation of the clerk's 1st floor kitchenette area. The total project includes, but is not limited to, removing existing kitchen cabinetry, installation of new kitchen cabinets, countertops, sinks, faucet, garbage disposal, under cabinet lighting and related electrical outlets. Existing carpeting will be replaced with hard flooring in areas and painting is to be performed.

Geothermal System for Eau Galle Recreation Area

Department of the Army, U.S. Army Corps of Engineers | Published April 14, 2016  -  Deadline April 21, 2016
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Office Geothermal Heating/Cooling System with Vertical Earth Closed Loop FieldU.S. ARMY CORPS OF ENGINEERSEAU GALLE DAM PROJECTW501 Eau Galle Dam RoadSPRING VALLEY, WI   This project is located approximately fifty miles east of St. Paul, MN in the Village of Spring Valley, WI. Work consists of removing the existing furnace at the Eau Galle Project Office and installing a geothermal heating/cooling system. The contractor shall furnish all labor, equipment, and materials necessary to complete this work. It is recommended that prospective offerors visit the site prior to submitting a bid. All work shall be done in accordance with applicable building codes. 1. SCHEDULE. This work shall be completed no later than June 30th, 2016. The contractor is responsible for contacting Diggers Hotline to mark buried utilities before starting work. The contractor shall obtain all permits, pay all applicable fees and comply with all applicable state, federal, and county requirements. The contractor shall also communicate a work schedule to the Corps of Engineers at least 7 days in advance of start of work. Point of contact at the Eau Galle Project is Brad LaBadie at 651-290-5716, or 715-778-5562. 2. Closed Loop Geothermal System. The contractor shall furnish and install the following: Geothermal Equipment-4 ton; 2 stage compressor; variable speed blower-Unit shall be installed on an anti-vibration air pad.-Unit must be Energy Star Qualified with efficiencies of >=4.5COP heating & >=25EER cooling-All above grade connections and transitions shall be metal -Digital setback heat pump thermostat-Static pressure testing of system-Start up of completed system Vertical Earth Loop Field -4 Vertical bored loops with a total minimum length of 1600 linear feet of vertical pipe.-Return and supply leaders from office building to loop field-All underground connections shall be heat fused welded and pressure tested -Complete flush, purge, and fill with proper amount of propyelene glycol antifreeze-Complete excavation and backfilling of loop field trench to grade-Cut hole in office furnace room floor through concrete for horizontal boring. Repair hole and fill with concrete. Duct Work -Install air intake vent low on the office wall going into the furnace room. Electric Connection-Electrical connection to existing load center 3. EXISTING FURNACE. The existing furnace shall be removed and disposed of by the contractor at an off-site location in accordance with state and local regulations. 4. SAFETY. The contractor shall perform all work in a safe manner. All work shall be performed in accordance with the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers Safety Manual, EM 385-1-1.   ATTACHMENTS.Eau Galle Dam Project Office Location MapOffice Building Aerial Picture with Vertical Earth Field Location

Dam Actuators

Department of the Army, U.S. Army Corps of Engineers | Published August 20, 2015  -  Deadline September 3, 2015
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SCOPE OF WORK: 1. SCOPE Provide Two (2) identical multi-turn actuators to be installed by others as replacements for existing gate hoist drives. Actuators shall be designed and built in accordance with AWWA C542-09: Electric Motor Actuators for Valves and Slide Gates. 2. REQUIRED ACTUATOR PERFORMANCE POWER SUPPLY: Main is 480/277 volts AC, 3-phase, operators are powered by a 70-amp circuit breaker PF2 in Panelboard PDP1. Power to all of the gate operator enclosure heaters is supplied from a 20-amp breaker PGOH in Panelboard LRP. 3. RECCOMENDED SITE VISIT INSPECTION OF EXISTING ACTUATORS Replacement actuators shall physically match existing actuators to the maximum extent to allow installation without modification to any other existing equipment. No modifications to existing hoist components will be allowed. Replacement actuator junction box, control panel, and hand wheel shall be in the same location and orientation and as the existing actuators. Replacement actuators shall have same mount bolt pattern and same output shaft dimensions and rotationdirection as existing actuators. Replacement actuators shall be furnished complete with installation instructions and every part needed to complete the installations. The existing hoists are located at the Cross Lake Recreation Area, Crosslake, MN. The contractor is recommended to visit the site to inspect the existing actuators to obtain required measurements and layout information. Site visits to inspect the existing condition can be arranged and scheduled by contacting: U.S. ARMY CORPS OF ENGINEERS CROSS LAKE RECREATION AREA 35507 COUNTY ROAD 66, BOX 36 CROSSLAKE, MN 56442-0036 651-290-5793 4. ACTUATOR ENCLOSURES Furnish NEMA 4 cast iron or cast aluminum actuator enclosures for service in unprotected outdoors operating temperature range from -20°F to 150°F. All external fasteners shall be stainless steel. Provide space heaters inside enclosures wired same as existing heaters. Provide local control open/close/stop illuminated pushbutton station integral to enclosure. The control pushbutton station shall be configured so that "open" corresponds to gate raise and "close" corresponds to gate close as installed. Remote control operation and indication capability is not required. 5. ACTUATOR MOTORS AND GEARS Actuator shall not use a lost motion device to obtain required performance. Provide TENV 208 volt, single phase, capacitor start squirrel-cage induction motor, with NEMA MG1Class F insulation, and at least two Class B thermal contacts embedded within motor windings. All gears shall be enclosed. Shafts shall be mounted on antifriction bearings. Actuators shall be equipped with self-locking worm drives so to hold the gate load static at any manually selected shutoff position when the hoist is de-energized. Motor connection shall be by plug and socket and motor removal shall be possible without loss of lubricant. 6. ACTUATOR LIMIT SWITCHES Provide two independently adjustable position limit switches to serve as stop limiting devices for gate up and gate down positions. Motor shall include torque switches to de-energize the motor and prevent damage to the motor in the event of a stall condition. Limit switch contact rating rated 600 volts per ICS-125.6. 7. ACTUATOR HANDWHEEL AND CLUTCH Equip actuator with manual two-position clutch to select motor drive or hand wheel drive. Include external clutch handle with provision to padlock clutch handle in either position and to prevent unauthorized operation. Clutch shall prevent simultaneous engagement of motor and handwheel. The clutch system design shall provide that no damage results if hand operation isselected while the actuator is running. The clutch system design shall provide that no damage results if the actuator motor is started when hand operation is selected. The handwheel shall include an embossed / raised arrow to indicate gate open direction. 8. SUBMITTAL REQUIRED WITH BID All submittal information shall be in pdf format. Submit with the bid the make and model number of the actuator complete with dimensioned outline drawings and performance data. Submittal shall be sufficiently detailed to verify compliance with the specified actuator performance and layout criteria. 9. SUBMITTALS AFTER CONTRACT AWARD All submittal information shall be in pdf format. MODEL AND DESIGN DATA SUBMITTAL. For each actuator furnish complete job sheet including model number, purchase order, serial number, options, and point of contact for service and parts. Provide information required by Par. 4.2 of AWWA C542. For each actuator provide Certification and copy of both Proof-of-Design Test and Performance Test as defined by AWWA C542. OPERATION AND MAINTENANCE INFORMATION SUBMITTAL. Provide manufacturers standard package of instructions and information exploded view with parts list plus specified installation instructions. Include disassembly and troubleshooting instructions with exploded view of actuator components and itemized list of replacement parts. Include wiring diagrams, and limit switch and torque switch setting instructions. Include unit weight, hoisting instructions, and installation instructions. SHOP DRAWING SUBMITTAL. Provide manufacturers standard dimensioned outline drawing. In addition, provide detail drawings to completely describe the mount interface between the new actuator and the existing hoist gear reducer. Include fully dimensioned drawings of actuator mount including bolt pattern, output shaft, and coupling. WIRING DIAGRAM SUBMITTAL. Include manufacturer's standard wiring diagrams. Include job-specific wiring instructions to identify individual existing actuator conductors and locations, modifications to these conductors, and new locations in the new actuators. Wiring instructions shall include images of both existing actuator junction terminals and new actuator junction terminals with arrows, callouts, conductor identifications, and other information to aid field installation. INSTALLATION PARTS SUBMITTAL. For each actuator, provide all electric conduit, fittings, enclosures, and preassembled wire harnesses as required to complete the electrical installation. For each actuator, provide fully machined output drive coupling, keys, mount bolts, gaskets, and all required fasteners that are required to complete installation. 10. EXISTING EQUIPMENT Actuator Data: EIM Model No: 3FNK-3 Outline Dwg: 3-001/16G 84195-2H Assembly Dwg: 83854D-1 83854D-2 Instruction: Tech Manual Enclosure: Watertight NEMA 4/IP65 RPM Out: 025 Torque Spring: 83464-5 White Motor Gears: 33941/33927 Handwheel Gears: 16/32 33941/34545 Drive Sleeve/Worm: 35600-2R 68:2R Lubrication: #221 Moly 800 E.P. Special Cover: Lockable C/S Cover Nameplate: 36685 NEMA 4X, IP 66 Rated torque: 255 ft-lb Pullout torque: 330 ft-lb Peak (stall) torque: 600 ft-lb Design stall thrust: (600) (1.15) / (.0275) = 25,090 lb

Architect and Engineering Indefinite Delivery Indefinite Quantity (IDIQ)

General Services Administration, Public Buildings Service (PBS) | Published April 7, 2015  -  Deadline May 11, 2015
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This contract will result in multiple, indefinite delivery indefinite quantity (IDIQ) contracts to provide Architect and Engineering services for projects managed by the MN/WI Service Center, which includes the states of Minnesota, and Wisconsin. Scopes of the task orders issued under this IDIQ contract may include but are not limited to: pre-design studies, design, design review, procurement support, site investigations, site surveys, Feasibility Studies, Project Development Studies, Building Evaluation Reports, Master Plans, concept designs, construction documents, estimating, record drawings, construct-ability reviews, technical design reviews, shop drawing review and approval, construction site inspection, post construction award services (PCCS). Disciplines and expertise that may be required to accomplish the scopes of the task orders included but are not limited to: architecture, mechanical, electrical, plumbing, civil, structural, fire protection, life safety, security, blast, risk assessment, vertical transportation, space planning, real estate market analysis, interior architecture, historic preservation, estimating, master planning, report writing, quality control review, scheduling, surveying, LEED, sustainability, BIM, 3-D rendering, code compliance, hazardous material removal, Courts and U. S. Marshal expertise. The duration of the base period will be one (1) year. The contract will include a clause for four (4) options, each of which could extend the contract for an additional one (1) year period and may be exercised at the option of the Government. The maximum order limitation is $1,500,000 for each one year period. The minimum guarantee for the life of the contract is contract is $2,000.00. The selected firms must provide overhead, profit and hourly rates for major anticipated disciplines to be used in negotiating task orders. Firm/team must have an existing active design production office within the geographic area of Minnesota and/or Wisconsin. Joint ventures or firm/consultant arrangements will be considered and evaluated on a demonstrated interdependency of the team member to provide a cohesive quality design effort. The Government's evaluation board will review each team's qualifications and then establish a shortlist of two to six firms. The NAICS Code is 541310. The Small Business Size is $7.5 million. For the purposes of this procurement, any concern will be classified as small business if its average annual gross revenue for the preceding three fiscal years does not exceed the small business size standard. A follow up listing of firms to be interviewed will appear in this publication. The board reserves the right to hold interviews with each of the short-listed firms to clarify and confirm submitted information. EVALUATION FACTORS:I. Specialized Experience and Technical Competence (50%) Team must demonstrate success in appropriately addressing high design issues such as community context, image, function and scale. Team must also be adept at solving the more mundane issues like ADA improvements, security, energy reduction and aging infrastructure. Team must demonstrate innovation in the use of new materials or old materials in new ways. Examples of using emerging new design and construction processes such as BIM and sustainable buildings must be shown. Teams must be able to provide services ranging from pre-design studies through construction completion. Teams should highlight concentrated areas of expertise such as Historic Preservation or Blast design. Consideration will be given to teams with outstanding specialized concentrated experience depending on the dispersion of specialized experience among other top ranked firms. II. Organization, Management and Quality Control (25%) All roles, responsibilities and lines of communication are defined, clear and efficient. Management Plan proposes some new ways of dealing with the old problems of 1) quality control, 2) efficiently and effectively covering the entire state of Minnesota and/or Wisconsin, and 3) dealing with the scheduling and staff issues resulting from the erratic issuance of task orders. III. Professional Qualifications (15%) Key Personnel must possess the education, qualifications and project experience that will provide the best opportunity for the successful completion of task orders under this contract. Lead Designer's Philosophy is balanced and their intent/involvement for accomplishing task orders under this contract is appropriate. IV. Past Performance (10%) Teams must be able to demonstrate successful past performance on example projects from the owner, peer and team mate point of view. The Government has the right to use corporate knowledge when evaluating this factor. A total of three past performance references must be provided on the attached document. REQUIRED DOCUMENTS: Interested firms having the qualifications to meet these requirements are invited to submit five (5) copies of Standard Form 330, which can be found at www.gsa.gov/forms, along with a letter of interest no later than 2:00 p.m. Central Standard time Tuesday, May 19, 2015. Additionally, please provide a CD-rom of the information provided. Please provide only the information requested, any supplemental information will not be evaluated. Materials must be sent in hard copy addressed to Ron Sieben at the address list above. Required form 330 information/instructions: Section C: Do not modify the form by providing more than six proposed team members. Prioritize team members and provide those that are most important to creating the most well rounded team or show your concentrated areas of expertise. It is recommended that firms responsible for the majority of the work submitted in section F be included. Section E: Do not provide any more than 6 key personnel. You will have to prioritize and provide those that best represent your ability to accomplish the requirements of this contract. CEOs and other executive personnel should not be submitted unless they will have direct responsibility for accomplishing the task orders under this contract. It is required that you include the Lead Architectural Designer and the Primary Point of Contact that would be responsible for managing this contract and assigning task orders. It is recommended that the Key Personnel directly responsible for work submitted in section F should also be included. Section F: Form can be modified. Each example project should be no more than 3 single sided pages. Photographs, sketches and drawings are welcome. Only provide 10 total example projects. Projects should demonstrate ability to successfully accomplish a wide range of project types, sizes and budgets. Majority of projects should be constructed; all should be designed within the last 5 years. 3 out of the 10 have to be directly attributable to the Key Designer. Section G: Only indicate that Key personnel participated in example projects when they will be performing the exact same role on this contract. Section H: 1) Management Plan (not to exceed 3 pages) to include: • Teams overall Management Philosophy and Intent including project assignment, communication, roles and responsibilities, etc. • Quality Control Plan for 1) designing within the negotiated fee, 2) meeting design schedule and 3) designing a project within budget • Plan for managing and scheduling the Government's unpredictable issuance of task orders in terms of number, importance and urgency. • Plan for efficiently covering the entire state of Minnesota and/or Wisconsin including locations where work will be accomplished. 2) Past Performance Documentation (for each sample project submitted in section F): • Provide copies of any performance evaluations or owner review of firm's performance. • Provide an accessible owner point of contact including name, title, address and current phone number. • Provide copies (or listing) of awards. • Provide copies of letters of appreciation/commendations 3) Key Designer's Philosophy and Design Intent (not to exceed 2 pages) All responsive offers will be considered. This is not a request for proposal. The government intends to award from three (3) to five (5) contracts from this notice but reserves the right to vary that number based on number and quality of submissions.  

Replace Sewage Lift Station Pumps and Wiring

Department of Homeland Security, United States Coast Guard (USCG) | Published January 12, 2015  -  Deadline January 22, 2015
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1.1 WORK COVERED BY CONTRACT: Replace sewage lift station pumps and electrical components. 1.2 REFERENCES: NA 1.3 DESCRIPTION OF WORK TO BE COMPLETED: Replace sewage lift pumps and electrical components that control the system. Pumps will be replaced in kind. The electrical components inside the electrical panel and the remote float switches shall be replaced in kind as well. Project will be complete once pumps have been replaced with new pumps and works both remotely and locally by the float switches and at the local control box. Station Engineer Petty Officer Chief Thom Perry will verify proper operation and overall satisfaction before work is considered complete. 2.1 SITE VISIT: Those who desire access to the USCG Sta St Clair Shores facility for bidding or work are to contact MKC Thom Perry or DCC Anthony Graziano. Contractors are to arrange a start work date with USCG Sta St Clair Shores within two days of the project being awarded. 3.1 MILITARY REGULATION: The contractor, his employees and sub contractors shall become familiar with and obey all station regulations. 3.2 All personnel employed on the project shall keep within the limits of the work and avenues of ingress and egress. Personnel shall not enter any other areas outside the site of work unless required to do so in the performance of their duties and have obtained verbal permission from MKC Thom Perry, DCC Anthony Graziano or the Officer of the Day. 3.3 The contractor's equipment shall be conspicuously marked for identification. 3.4 There shall be no smoking in any Coast Guard building and only in designated areas. 4.1 WORK HOURS: The contractor shall perform all site work during the normal operation hours, 0700-1600 Mon-Fri except during federal holidays. 4.2 Any deviations from normal working hours will be discussed with MKC Thom Perry and agreed upon by all parties concerned. 5.1 LABORER WAGES: Quote must reflect hourly wages prescribed by the Department of Labor in the attached Wage Determination Document provided by the USCG Sector Detroit Contracting Officer CWO Terry Sorenson. 6.1 CLEAN UP OF WORK AREA: The contractor shall remove and properly dispose of all trash and debris pertaining to the contract work from the limits of government property, as well as adjacent affected areas. 6.2Disposal of HAZ MAT shall be in accordance with Federal, State and local regulations. 7.1 ACCEPTANCE OF WORK: Prior to the acceptance of work by the Coast Guard the contractor shall arrange through MKC Thom Perry and or DCC Graziano a review of work completed to ensure work satisfaction as well as proper clean up. Completed work shall meet the written scope of work. Coast Guard POC info: MKC Thom Perry (586) 778-3320 Thomas.A.Perry@uscg.mil DCC Anthony Graziano (313) 568-9474 Anthony.V.Graziano@uscg.mil

St. Stephen SC Fishlift Programmable Logic Controller

Department of the Army, U.S. Army Corps of Engineers | Published January 22, 2016
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DESCRIPTION:  The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, Charleston District, has a requirement for the above subject Project. This announcement constitutes a Pre-Solicitation Notice. This is not a Request for Proposal (RFP). This is not a follow-on contract. This announcement is for information and planning purposes only and is not to be construed as a commitment by the Government, implied or otherwise, to issue a solicitation or award a contract. The Charleston District, U.S. Army Corps of Engineers (USACE) requires the services of a construction firm capable of managing a construction project for the Cooper River Rediversion Project located at 125 Rediversion Road, St. Stephen, SC. The Project consists of critical electrical repairs to the Fish Lift facility and incidental related work. The work includes, but is not limited to electrical repairs and component replacements as well as the replacement of the existing programmable logic controller (PLC), control console, transducers and transmitter boxes and all field wiring between the PLC and field wiring devices. Building(s) will be occupied during performance of work under this Contract. Before work is started, the Contractor shall arrange with the Contracting Officer a sequence of procedure, means of access, space for storage of materials and equipment, and use of approaches, corridors, and stairways. A detailed statement of work will be provided with the solicitation when it is posted. CONSTRUCTION MAGNITUDE:  The order of magnitude for this effort is estimated between $500,000.00 and $1,000,000.00.NAICS:  The North American Industrial Classification System Code (NAICS) for this effort is 238210 - Electrical Contractors and Other Wiring Installation Contractors.  Size limitation is $15M.TYPE OF SET-ASIDE:  This is a 100% Small Business set-aside.  The resulting award will be for one (1) Firm-Fixed-Price (FFP) contract.ANTICIPATED SOLICITATION RELEASE DATE:  The Government anticipates releasing the solicitation on or about 29 January 2016.  Actual dates and times will be identified in the solicitation.  Additional details can be found in the solicitation when it is posted to http://www.fbo.gov.  SOLICITATION WEBSITE:  The official solicitation, when posted, will be available free of charge by electronic posting only and may be found at Federal Business Opportunities website, http://www.fbo.gov.  Paper copies of the solicitation will not be issued.  Telephone and fax requests for this solicitation will not be honored.  Project files are Portable Document Format (PDF) files and can be viewed, navigated, or printed using Adobe Acrobat Reader.  To download the solicitation for this project, contractors are required to register at the Federal Business Opportunities website at http://www.fbo.gov.  Amendments, if/when issued, will be posted to the above referenced website for electronic downloading.  This will be the only method of distributing amendments prior to closing; therefore, it is the Offerors responsibility to check the website periodically for any amendments to the solicitation.REGISTRATIONS:  System for Award Management (SAM):  Offerors shall have and shall maintain an active registration in the SAM database at http://www.sam.gov to be eligible for a Government contract award.  If at the time of award an Offeror is not actively and successfully registered in the SAM database, the Government reserves the right to award to the next prospective Offeror.POINT-OF-CONTACT:  The point-of-contact for this procurement is MAJ Clarissa Cordon at clarissa.d.cordon@usace.army.mil or (843) 329-8015.  Secondary Point of Contact is Laurie Infinger at laurie.s.infinger@usace.army.mil. This announcement serves as the Advance Notice for this project.  Responses to this synopsis are not required.