Power transformer 27.11.42.000 PCs of 1.00 369 369 029,00 029,00 total: 369 029,00
Maintenance of 10 / 0.4 kV and current repairs of power transformer 400 kV 33.14.11.000 cond. U 1.00 89 930.55 89 930.55 Total 89 930.55
(ESO-2017-361) NV production premises CONNECTION, AIR PORT G4, KARMĖLAVOS MSTL., KARMĖLAVOS SEN., KAUNAS R. SAV. 110/10 KV PALEMONO TP power transformer T-1 REPLACEMENT
SINGLE PHASE POWER TRANSFORMERS
This contract is related to the selection of a contractor for processing oil in power transformers owned by Energo-Pro Grid AD
Delivery of the complete two-transformer substations with power transformers 27.11.43.000 units of 1.00 935 935 550,00 550,00 total: 935 550,00
Object: Electronic Auction - Company Hiring specialized to provide testing services (physical chemistry, chromatography and special) in mineral insulating oil of the main existing power transformers in Electrical Substations of the operating units of the Water Supply System and System depletion of SES Sanitary Caesb in the form of indirect execution under contract scheme overall price
The power transformer in the case of TMG-630/10/0,4 kV 27.11.41.000 PCs 1,00 500 000,00 500 000,00 total: 500 000,00
The scope of supply is 2 pieces, 2 pieces of 140 kV power transformer to be delivered to a new substation at Umeå University Area.
Purchase of power transformers.
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Prequalification for obtaining specifications regarding the following items:
Bjäre Kraft intends to install a new transformer station in Grevie. The contract relates to the manufacture, FAT test, delivery, acceptance testing and installation of one (1 st.) Brand new substation on the existing foundation of the station Grevie. Transformer Data: 3-phase 145/23 kV 70MVA (ONAF) power transformer for external installation with tap changers.
Estimated cost 5.5 million SEK.
For bidders who are qualified to submit bids, the following: Tenders shall be the buyer no later than 28.4.2017 at. 12th
The completion date 20/08/2018.
Page 1 of 25 COMBINED SYNOPSIS/SOLICITATION 3 YEAR ELECTRICAL TESTING ALBANY VA MEDICAL CENTER (i) This is a combined synopsis/solicitation for a commercial item prepared in accordance with the format in FAR Subpart 12.6, Streamlined Procedures for Evaluation and Solicitation for Commercial Items and 13. Simplified Acquisition Procedures , as supplemented with additional information included in this notice. This announcement constitutes the only solicitation; quotes are being requested and a written solicitation will not be issued. (ii) This solicitation is issued as a request for quote (RFQ). Request for Quote will be submitted through fedbizopps.gov on RFQ reference number VA242-17-Q-0246. (iii) This solicitation document and incorporated provisions and clauses are those in effect through Federal Acquisition Circular 2005-88-1. (iv) This procurement is being issued as a total small business set aside. The North American Industry Classification System (NAICS) code is 238210, Commercial and industrial machinery and equipment (except automotive and electronic) repair and maintenance, with a small business size standard of $15.0 Million. (v) The Contractor shall provide pricing to provide 3 Year Electrical Testing Service. See table below: ANNUAL TOTAL PRICING FOR 3 YEAR ELECTRICAL TESTING Line Item DESCRIPTION QUANTITY UNIT UNIT PRICE TOTAL PRICE 001. BASE PERIOD: 3 YEAR ELECTRICAL TESTING ALBANY VAMC 1 JB (vi) Description of requirement STATEMENT OF WORK I. General Task Statement: Provide all necessary equipment, labor and materials to accomplish all inspecting and testing of primary disconnects, transformers, low voltage circuit breakers and low voltage switchgear as outlined in these specifications for the equipment described herein. Due to the critical nature of this equipment and the emphasis placed upon its ability to operate with minimal down time, the successful offeror must possess the necessary expertise and resources required by these specifications in order to be considered for contract award. II. Contractor Qualifications: (a). The work under this contract shall be performed under the supervision of a Qualified Registered Professional Engineer. Field service work shall be performed by Field Service Technicians who have successfully demonstrated their knowledge and experience in the field of Electrical Power Distribution Systems Testing. The Field Service Technicians shall be capable of (1) testing, assessing, evaluating, servicing and reconditioning components, (2) assuring that the equipment on which work has been performed is safe, reliable and acceptable for its intended purpose, and (3) identifying defective equipment and potential safety problems, environmental hazards, code violations. (b). The supervising Field Service Engineer must be accredited as a Certified Electrical Test Technologist by the NICET(National Institute for Certification On Engineering Technologist) of the NETA (National Electrical Testing Association) and have a minimum of five years of experience on similar major testing projects. (Note: Persons with high qualifications, such as a BS or higher Degree in engineering, need not be accredited or certified, provided they can demonstrate that they have the required specialized knowledge and at least five years experience in testing switchgear and power distribution systems). All other testing Technicians assigned to the project must be certified by NICET, NETA, or must have an equivalent qualification certification. (Note: Persons who, by the education, training and specialized knowledge and at least five years experience in testing switchgear and power distribution systems.) Test assistants and apprentices may be assigned to the project as assistants to certified technicians at a ratio not to exceed two certified to one non-certified assistant or apprentice. Note: Contracting Officer reserves the right to request proof of appropriate training and experience from vendor personnel for servicing the equipment on the schedule. III. Pre-Proposal Inspection: Prospective offerors will be given the opportunity to inspect all equipment prior to submission of an offer. One inspection shall be allowed and it shall not exceed 8 hours. Site visit for the inspection shall take place on Thursday February 23, 2017 at 9:30 am. The inspections shall start promptly at 9:30 am and will be coordinated with the Kevin Mowrey, Electrical Shop Foreman at (518)626-6787. IV. Service/Performance Requirements: (a). The Government requires performance of services to start within forty-five (45) calendar days after receipt of notification of contract award and be completed within fourteen (14) calendar days from date of start of work. The date of startup of work will be based on VA approval of the contractor s submitted schedule of work. (b) All testing shall be in compliance with manufacturer's recommendations and in accordance with applicable NEMA, NEC, ANSI, ASTM, ASA, and/or Veterans Administration Standards. (c) Work not covered by this contract shall not be performed without first obtaining permission of the Contracting Officer and COR. Bills resulting from additional work performed without prior approval will not be honored. IV. Service/Performance Requirements Continued: (d) Upon completion of work as outlined in the Specification/Work Statement and restoration of normal load, Contractor is to perform an infra-red thermal survey. This survey is to include all items mentioned plus all switchgear buss and cable connection (internal as well as breaker). Emergency transfer switches will be surveyed in the normal and emergency positions. Contractor will be responsible for removal and reinstalling inspection covers on all equipment to allow for complete survey. (e) Contractor s service representative shall contact the Electric Shop Foreman or his designee at (518) 626-6787 prior to any service performed. Service tickets will be signed and filed in Electric Shop(Basement C-55). Failure to provide signed service tickets may result in non-payment or payment delays (f)The contractor will be responsible informing the Electric Shop Foreman of any uncorrected deficiencies and noting these on the service ticket. Notation will include the type of deficiency, dated and initialed. Any deficiency which poses a hazard will immediately be called to the attention of the COTR. V. Hours of Work: a. All work will be scheduled with the Electric Shop Foreman. A minimum of two weeks advance notice is required prior to the performance of any work. Normal hours of service are Monday through Friday, 7:00 AM to 3:30 PM excluding national holidays. Approximately 75% of the low voltage switchgear testing will be done outside the normal hours of work. b. Work performed outside the normal hours of coverage (3:30pm 7:00am, Saturday/Sunday) will be invoiced at the prices listed elsewhere herein. XIII. List of Equipment: A. Primary Disconnects a. De-energize breakers as required by VA Medical Center personnel in order to clean contacts and remove oxide or corrosion. Maintain 80% or better contact mating on knife or butt-type contact surfaces. b. Measure contact resistance in micro ohms, megger each phase-to-ground. Record any discrepancies. c. Clean and inspect the cubicle, tighten all untaped connections and lubricate as necessary. d. Check disconnects for freedom of movement and galling or friction in moving parts. Check for signs of heating on current carrying parts, loose or missing hardware and broken or missing cotter keys or retainer rings. Replace missing or broken parts and lubricate as per manufacturer's specifications. e. Check fuses for proper size and connections for tightness in ferrules. f. Equipment Description and Location: Primary Disconnects: (5-15/KV) LOCATION QUANTITY DESCRIPTION Main Outdoor Switchgear 6 Voltage regulator bypass disconnects Boiler Plant R-235 1 #EE18716 Disconnect Switch High-voltage; 13800 volts Electrical Equipment Co., SN 34092-0009 Boiler Plant R-134 1 #EE18717 Disconnect Switch High Voltage; 13800 Volts Electrical Equipment Co., SN 34092-0008 U-11 Switchgear R-235 1 #EE18502 Outside; High Voltage 13800 Volts Electrical Equipment Co. SN 34092-0010 U-11 Switchgear R-134 1 #EE18503 Outside; High Voltage 13800 Volts Electrical Equipment Co. SN 34092-0011 B. Switchgear Equipment and Primary Breakers: a. Record switchgear, breaker and device nameplate information and compare with the facility's one-line diagram, when available. Identify and record discrepancies. b. Inspect all electrical equipment including each breaker and report damaged or malfunctioning equipment, loose connections or material or any contamination that must be corrected. Clean where appropriate. c. Check equipment for level, security to foundation and operation of doors. Report any unfavorable environmental conditions such as excessive moisture or conducting dust that must be corrected. Clean where appropriate. d. Visually inspect the equipment ground and record the number and size of ground bus and straps and report deficiencies. e. Draw or rack each breaker from its cell. Remove arc chutes, clean, inspect and adjust all contacts as necessary. Measure and record contact resistance in micro-ohms and clean all insulation surfaces. Megger and record phase-to-phase and phase-to-ground. Lubricate as necessary. f. Electrically close and trip each breaker with control switch. Manually close and trip each breaker. Trip each breaker with each of its protective devices. Tighten all connections. Record any discrepancies. g. Equipment Description and Location: Switchgear Equipment & Primary Beakers LOCATION QUANTITY DESCRIPTION Main Outdoor Switchgear 12 Siemans-Allis, Type FC-500B, Line 1, Line 2, Tie-Breaker 134, 437, 538,739,235,336,639 Main Outdoor Switchgear 2 Transformers (CPT-P) & (CPT-A) C. Transformers: a. Record transformer nameplate information and compare with the medical center's one-line diagram, when available. Record any discrepancies. b. Inspect transformers and accessories and report any damage, loose connections or material, shipping blocks, contamination that must be corrected. Perform cleaning of items, where appropriate. Inspect for leaks, tighten all untaped connections. Clean all insulating surfaces. c. Sample all insulating liquids and test dielectric and water content. Report all results. d. Equipment Description and Location High Voltage Outside Transformers LOCATION DESCRIPTION C Wing 13.8 kV to 120/208V 500 KVA Oil Filled C Wing 13.8 kV to 120/208V 500 KVA Oil Filled MEV 13.8 kV to 277/480V 225 KVA Oil Filled D Wing 13.8 kV to 120/208V 750 KVA Oil Filled D Wing 13.8 kV to 120/208V 750 KVA Oil Filled A Wing 13.8 kV to 120/208V 750 KVA Oil Filled A Wing 13.8 kV to 120/208V 750 KVA Oil Filled B Wing 13.8 kV to 120/208V 750 KVA Oil Filled B Wing 13.8 kV to 120/208V 750 KVA Oil Filled Bldg. 5 13.8 kV to 120/208V 112.5 KVA Oil Filled Bldg. 67 13.8 kV to 277/480V 112.5 KVA Oil Filled ARF 13.8 kV to 277/480V 300 KVA Oil Filled Chiller Plant 13.8 kV to 2405/4160 1500 KVA Oil Filled Chiller Plant 13200/480Y/277V 1500 KVA 30 60HZ ABB Power (T&D Company) Main Outdoor Switchgear - 6 each Voltage Regulators McGraw Edison Power Systems Co.250/280/KVA-7620/13200Y, Cat RUBG-076250AA-P4 Boiler Plant R-235 13800 to 480V/277V 500KVA Virginia SN 340300K501-6630.A2 Boiler Plant R-134 13800 to 480V/277V 500 KVA Virginia SN 340300K501-6630.Al U-11 R134 13800V to 480V/277V 500 KVA Virginia SN 340500B513-6630.B2 U-11 R235 Alstron Transformer 13800V to 480 500 KVA e. Equipment Description and Location High Voltage Inside Transformers LOCATION QUANTITY DESCRIPTION Room S-15 B Wing 1 13200 to 480V/277V 750 KVA Dry Type; Cast Epoxy Resin; Goldstar SN 2058.1 f. Equipment Description and Location Low Voltage Transformers (120/208 - 277/480) LOCATION QUANTITY DESCRIPTION MEV Building 1 G.E., Model #9T23B3875, 112.5 KVA, 480V Wings A, B, C, D(I each wing) 4 ACME Electric Corporation Power Transformer, Catalog T- -53315-3, 112.5 KVA, 48OV- 120/208V Room S-15 (B Wing) 1 Challenger DT-3 300 KVA 30 60 HZ; Catalog #303-415; 480V Delta/208Y/120 Volt ARF 1 Inside transformer, Cat. # 13T68F, 15 KVA ARF 1 Inside transformer, Square D, Cat. #45T3H, Style 33749-17212 ARF 1 Inside transformer, Square D, #112T76H, Style 347-49-50112-007, 480-480/277Y, 112.5 KVA 11th Floor "A" Wing 1 #EE18484 15 KVA Siemens ITE, Dry Catalog #3F3Y015 480V Primary; 208/120V Secondary 11th Floor "B" Wing 1 #EE18485 15 KVA Siemens ITE, Dry Catalog #3F3Y015 480V Primary; 208/120V Secondary 11th Floor "C" Wing 1 # EE 1 8486 15 KVA Siemens ITE, Dry Catalog #3F3Y015 480V Primary; 208/120V Secondary 11th Floor "D" Wing 1 #EE18487 15 KVA Siemens ITE, Dry Catalog #3F3Y015 480V Primary; 208/120V Secondary D. Low Voltage Switchgear (120/208 - 277/480) a. Record switchgear, breaker and device nameplate information and compare with the medical center's one-line diagram, when available and record discrepancies. b. Inspect equipment and each breaker. Examine all bolts, cotter pins, rollers, and bearings to determine if any defect, looseness or unusual condition exists. Examine all linkage and lubricate as required. Examine all arc chutes, barriers, and insulation for broken or burned areas. Clean all parts as required. Report damage, loose connections or material or contamination that must be corrected. c. Check equipment for level, security to foundation and operation of doors. Report any unfavorable environmental conditions such as excessive moisture or conducting dust that must be corrected. Clean where appropriate. d. Visually inspect the equipment ground and record the number and size of ground bus and straps and report deficiencies. e. Inspect the insulation system on the primary bus and assemblies. Report deficiencies and clean where appropriate. f. Clean and inspect each breaker. Megger phase-to-phase and phase-to-ground and measure contact resistance in micro-ohms. Test each series overcurrent trip device for pickup at 200% and 300% of its rating and for instantaneous pickup. Clean and dress all contact surfaces and lubricate as necessary. g. Equipment Description and Location: Low Voltage Switchgear LOCATION QUANTITY DESCRIPTION A Wing, Room S10 (2) Main Breakers (1) Tie Siemans Allis Type LA3200A 3200 Amps, Serial #S-95963AI, A2 Pull out type SUB BREAKERS 12 Each Westinghouse Catalog #LC3600F, 400 amp, molded case circuit breaker, bolt-in, line and load, no cables. 1 Westinghouse 500A, LC3600F, bolt in molded case circuit breaker, bolt-in, line and load, no cables 1 Westinghouse, 250A, LC3600F, bolt in molded case circuit breaker, bolt-in, line and load, no cables 2 Westinghouse Catalog #LC3600F, 600 amp, molded case circuit breaker, bolt-in, line and load, no cables. A Wing Hallway, Emergency Distribution Panel: (EDP-A) NOTE: All of the above are bolt in line and cables load. A Wing Hallway, Emergency Distribution Panel: (EDP-A) LOCATION QUANTITY DESCRIPTION B Wing Switchgear S-15 3 Main Breakers #1 and #2 and tie G. E. AKR 60- 75, 3200 Amps Pull out type SUB BREAKERS: 2 G.E. Versatrip Catalog #THJS3610S 1000 Amp 1 G.E. Versatrip Catalog #THKS463608S, 800 Amp 1 G.E. Versatrip Catalog #THJS3606S, 600 AMP 12 G.E. Versatrip, Catalog #THJS3604S, 400 AMP 1 G.E. Micro-Versatrip type TJH4S, 400 AMP NOTE: All above sub breakers are bolt in line and load LOCATION QUANTITY DESCRIPTION C Wing, Room S-19 Switchgear 3 Main Breakers 1 and #2 and Tie G.E., 1600 A Frame Type AKR-6D-50, 1600 Amp, Pull Out Type SUB BREAKERS: 11 G.E. Versatrip, Catalog #THJS3604S, 400 A 6 GE Micro Versatrip, 400 A, #TJH45 2 G.E. Versatrip, Catalog #THJ3603S, 300 A NOTE: All above sub breakers are line and load bolt in. LOCATION QUANTITY DESCRIPTION D Wing, Room S-8 Switchgear 2 Main Breakers #1 and #2 G.E. Catalog #TPSS7625SE1, 2500 Amps, Pull Out Type 1 Tie Breaker G.E. Catalog #TPSS6616SE1, 1600 AMP, Pull Out Type SUB BREAKERS: 7 Sylvania Unelec, Type JK, Catalog #J K3-F-600, 400 Amp 2 Sylvania Unelec, Type JK, Catalog #JK-3-F-600, 250 Amp 3 GE, 400A, Catalog #THJK436F000 1 GE, 400A, Catalog #THSK636F000 4 FPE, Type NJL, Issue #LJ 1397,225 Amp 2 GE, 250A, THJK-436-F00 1 GE, 200A, Catalog #THJK436F000 LOCATION QUANTITY DESCRIPTION SUB BREAKERS 3 GE, 225A, Catalog #THJK436F000 2 FPE, 400A, type NJL 2 G.E., Catalog #TFJ23625,225 Amp 1 Challenger, 400 Amp, SJK3-C-400 2 Cutler Hammer, 400Amp, 240V, DK3400 Boiler Plant 2 Westinghouse, Catalog #LB 3400F, Style 5680D03G08, 400 Amp, 600V (Needs shutdown of Boiler Plant) SUB BREAKERS ARF Building 1 GE, 400A, THJK 436-F6000, Main to A/C GE load center 1 Westinghouse 500 Amp, LC Frame Catalog #LC 3600F, Style 2607D78648, Cable load, bus line (ARF Distribution-Main) 1 Square D, 400 Amp, Type LAB LJ-8192, Stab on 1-Line and Cable Load (ARF Distribution Center) ARF Penthouse 1 Square D, 300A, 600V, type LAL MCC, cable line, cable load, Penthouse, ACRU-1 10 Elevators 1,2,3,4,5 CH 300A, DK3300W Style 6642C77G23 (Do 1-5 Elevators Only) SUB BREAKERS 1 G.E., Catalog #TFJ236200, 200 Amp, 600V 1 G.E., Catalog #TFJ236225, 225 Amp, 600V 11th Floor (1) MER "A" Wing (1) MER "B" Wing (1) MER "C" Wing (1) MER "D" Wing 4 ITE Main Breaker, 600 AMP Main, 400 AMP Trips; Catalog #LD63F600 Type LD6 U-11 Switchgear Room - R-134 1 #EE18499 Inside 1600A Spectra Power Break AV2 G.E. Serial # 1 15144 Catalog #TC1616SS U-11 Switchgear Room - R-235 1 #EE18500 Inside 1600A Spectra Power Break AV2 G.E. Serial #1 15143 Catalog #TC1616SS U-11 Switchgear Room - Tie 1 #EE18501 Inside 1600 Spectra Power Break AV2 G.E. Serial # 11545 Catalog #TC1616SS U-11 Switchgear Room 13 G.E. Spectra Series Fusible Switch Units 400 A; ADS32400HB Inside U-11 Switchgear Room 7 G.E. Spectra Series Fusible Switch Units 200A, ADS32200HD Inside S-15 B Wing X-Ray 1 Westinghouse Type DS42D, Inside Main Power Breaker 1200 AMP Challenger Lower Master Switchboard 5 Westinghouse Fusible Switch Units 400A; FDPS365R 7 Westinghouse Fusible Switch Units 200A; FDPS364R B Wing, S-15, DA-50 Core Emergency Risers 1 400 Amp Disconnect Switch Challenger Panel EDP: 1 1200 AMP Main Breaker Type CN 1 Challenger 800 AMP, breaker Type CSM, Feed to ATS Challenger 800 AMP 30 panel EMPS 1: 1 (A1) Challenger CKT3400T, 400 AMP (Elevators) 1 (A2) Challenge CKT3200T, 200 Amp (Floors 2,3, and 4) Challenger 800 AMP, 30 Panel EMP S2: NOTE: All are bolt on line and cable load LOCATION QUANTITY DESCRIPTION 2 C.H.CCH3175 175 Amp C Wing, Room S-19 OR Normal Distribution Panel (NDP): 1 Westinghouse, LBB 179C809G67, 400 AMP Main Westinghouse KA-3225F, 150 AMP, Feed to ATS, 150AMP, ICU/CCU 1 Westinghouse Feed to Nextel Equipment 13th Floor; 200 AMP OR Emergency Distribution Panel (EP2): 1 400 Amp Challenger CKT3400T, Feed to OR ATS 400 AMP OR Emergency Distribution Panel ELS (OR) D Wing, Room S-8 Computer Panel 1 Westinghouse, LB 3400F, Style 5680D03G08, 400 Amp, 600 V 1 Westinghouse LB 3400F, Style 5680D03G08,225 Amp, 400 A Sticker NOTE: All above breakers are bolt on line, cable load LOCATION QUANTITY DESCRIPTION BREAKERS Room U- 1 2 (House Pumps) 2 Square D, Catalog #Q4L3300, 300 Amp, 240V, Series 4, Cable Line and Cable Load Room S-22 Compressor Room SWITCHGEAR: R134 Main 1 Breakers, G.E.Power Break II Catalog #SSFZ56325, 2500 Amp, Pull Out Type Tie 1 Breakers, G.E. Power Break II Catalog #SSFZ5D325, 2500 Amp, Pull Out Type R235 1 Breakers, G.E Power Break II Catalog #SSFZ56325, 2500 Amp, Pull Out Type Room S-22 Compressor Room 250AMP JT325OT SUB BREAKERS: 1 G.E. Catalog #THKS46085, 800 Amp Penthouse 1600A is Spare 2 G.E. Catalog #THKS4606S, 600 Amp 3 G.E. Catalog #THKS4604S, 400 Amp 3 Siemans ITE sensatrap, solid state, 400A, #SJL63B400 NOTE: All above breakers are bolt in line and load LOCATION QUANTITY DESCRIPTION Chiller Plant 1 Main Switchgear G.E. AV-Line Switchboard; 480Y/277V; 2000 Amp 1 Main C/B Power Break 11, Catalog #SSD20B220, SN 175021751800101, 2000 AMP, 600 VAC, 30, Rating Plug 2000 AMP MCC Power Break 11, Catalog #SSD08B208, SN 175021752000402, 800 AMP, 600 VAC, 3 0,Rating Plug 600 AMP MEV Building Room 116E, GE Switchgear 800A 1 Main Breaker GE, versatrip cat # TAGUT20MGA-3, type AKR-6D-20, 800A, pull out type 1 GE mag trip, 225A, cat #TJJ-436225 1 GE, versatrip, cat # THJS-3603-SG, 300A E. Emergency Transfer Switches a. Record transfer switches nameplate information and compare with the medical center's one-line diagram, when available and record discrepancies. b. Inspect equipment and each transfer switch and report damage, loose connections or material or contamination that must be corrected. Clean where appropriate. c. Check equipment for level, security to foundation and operation of doors. Report any unfavorable environmental conditions such as excessive moisture or conducting dust that must be corrected. Clean where appropriate. d. Visually inspect the equipment ground and record the number and size of ground bus and straps and report deficiencies. e. Submit written report on condition of each transfer switch and recommendations for any technical adjustments or repairs that are deemed necessary. f. Equipment Description and Location: Emergency Transfer Switches LOCATION QUANTITY DESCRIPTION Wings A, B, C, D (1) Each Wing 4 ASCO Series 7000 Generator House 1 Russelectric, RMT- 1003CE, 100 Amp 1 ASCO, 9041, 30 Amp Elevator Machine Rm. 2 ASCO, B940330049XC, 300 Amp Room S-22 1 ASCO 7000 Series, 400AMP Room S-22 1 ASCO, B940326099XG, 260 Amp, EE 18643 Room S-22 1 ASCO 7000 Series, 150AMP ARF 1 ASCO, 9403159099XC, 150 Amp EE 18730 Chiller Plant 1 ASCO, 974789, 150A 1 ASCO Automatic Transfer Switch, Catalog #E962326097XC SN 8479870001, 260 AMP, 480Y/227V, ASCO #962 Room S-15 B Wing 1 ASCO #962, 800 AMP (DA-50) Catalog #F9623800 DA-50 EMG LOCATION QUANTITY DESCRIPTION Room S-19, C Wing 1 ASCO #962 150 Amp; Catalog #E962315047XC, SN 848252001, 150 Amp, ATS (ICU/CCU) 1 ASCO #962, 400 AMP, 208/120V, Catalog #E962340047XC, SN 848252002, 400 AMP ATS (OR) Boiler Plant 1 ASCO, Cat. #E386340092XC, SN 411499002, Inside Non-Automatic, #EE719 1 ASCO, Cat. #E962340097XC, SN 41499003, Inside Automatic, #EE18720 400Amp U-11 1 ASCO, SN 411499-001 Inside Automatic, #EE18489 1 ASCO, SN 411499-001 Inside Automatic, #EE18490 F. Protective Relays a. Check relays with current and an accurate timing device. b. Inspect relay for: 1. Loose terminals, lock screws and other parts 2. Filings or other foreign material in magnet gaps 3. Burned or dirty contacts 4. Sticky contact backstops 5. Dirty, worn, and broken bearings or other causes of sluggish operation 6. Damaged coils, resistors or wiring 7. Damaged or maladjusted indicator targets or holding devices. c. Clean and make all necessary adjustments and report loose connections or material or contamination that must be corrected. d. Perform four types of tests for overcurrent relay testing: zero set, pickup, timecurrent characteristics and target and seal-in operation. e. For overcurrent instantaneous relays, consult manufacturer's instruction bulletin to identify current terminals and contact terminals. f. For over/under voltage relays, consult manufacturer's instruction bulletin to identify potential terminals and contact terminals. Perform the zero set, pickup and timing tests. g. Equipment Description and Location: Protective Relays LOCATION QUANTITY DESCRIPTION Outdoor Main 8 GE, type SFC-1.0 Switchgear R51 - R52 Outdoor Main 16 GE, type SFC-1.0 Switchgear 2 GE, type IAV 3 GE, type HFA G. Motor Starters and Spare Breakers (208 volt, 5KV) a. Record motor starter nameplate information and compare with the medical center's one-line diagram, when available and record discrepancies. b. Inspect equipment and each motor starter and report damage, loose connections or material or contamination that must be corrected. Clean all buses, supports and inspect connections for signs of overheating and deterioration of insulation. c. Check equipment for level, security to foundation and operation of doors. Report any unfavorable environmental conditions such as excessive moisture or conducting dust that must be corrected. d. Check all control connections, screws, lugs, bolts and solder-less connectors for tightness to ensure good electrical continuity and mechanical condition. Inspect the equipment ground for a solid, continuous and adequate ground. Inspect all raceway systems entering the switchboard to determine the proper bonding with lock nuts, etc. e. Submit written report on condition of each motor starter and recommendations for any technical adjustments or repairs that are deemed necessary. f. Equipment Description and Location: Spare Breakers LOCATION QUANTITY DESCRIPTION Chiller Plant 2 4160V Motor Starters Room U-12 2 House Pumps H. Additional Locations since previous test The following locations were added since the previous testing was conducted and were not included in any testing since. LOCATION: Bldg 14A Paralleling Gear Quantity Description 5 Eaton Magnum DS MD5616 1600 Amp 4 Eaton Magnum DS MD 5608 800 Amp 5 Eaton Magnum DS MD 5608 600 Amp 3 Eaton Magnum DS MD 5608 400 Amp 9 Eaton Magnum DS MD 5608 200 Amp LOCATION: Generator Main Breakers 3 Schneider Electric PowerPact RG1600 LOCATION: Subasement Mechanical Room S-22 3 GE Powerbreak II SSF25G325 2500 Amp Panel EDP-CEC 1 GE Spectra RMS 400A 4 GE Spectra RMS 250A Panel EQ-EDP 1 GE Spectra RMS 800A 3 GE Spectra RMS 400A 2 GE Spectra RMS 250A Panel CR-EDP 1 GE Spectra RMS 800A 4 GE Spectra RMS 250A Panel LS-EDP 1 GE Spectra 600A 4 GE Spectra RMS 250A Panel SB-COND-EQ 1 GE Spectra RMS 250A Panel SBCH12-EQ 1 GE Spectra 400A Panel OR-EC 1 GE Spectra 250A LOCATION: Sub basement Room U-11 Panel 2B-SB-LS 1 GE Spectra RMS 250A ARF Mechanical Room 1 Square D Power Pact 600A ARF Penthouse MCC s 1 Eaton HLD 600A 2 Eaton 225A 1 Eaton 400A **Requests for information will not be accepted after Tuesday February 28, 2017 at 3PM EST. ** (vii) Awardee shall coordinate with the Contracting Officer s Representative (COR) prior to performance. Place of Performance StrattonVA Medical Center 113 Holland Ave Albany, NY 12208-3410 (viii) The provision at FAR 52.212-1, Instructions to Offerors-Commercial Items (MARCH 2016), applies to this acquisition. The following provisions are included as addenda to FAR 52.212-1: 52.203-98 Prohibition on Contracting with Entities that Require Certain Internal Confidentiality Agreements Representation (DEVIATION 2015-02) (FEB 2015) 52.204-16 Commercial and Government Entity Code Reporting 52.204-17 Ownership or Control of Offeror (NOV 2014) 852.270-1 Representatives of Contracting Officers (JAN 2008) (ix) The provision at FAR 52.212-2, Evaluation Commercial Items (OCTOBER 2014) , applied to this acquisition. Award shall be made to the quoter whose quotation offers the best value to the government, considering technical capability, past performance, and price. The government shall evaluate information based on the following evaluation criteria: (1) technical capability to meet all of the requirements of the SOW including past experience demonstrating a minimum of five years experience, please provide a maximum 5 page capability statement; (2) Past performance, please provide three references for contract of similar scope and magnitude to be evaluated, The contractors Past Performance shall also be reviewed in CPARs; (3) Price, the government will evaluate offers for award purposes by adding the total price for all options to the total price for the basic requirement. This includes options under FAR 52.217-8, Option to Extend Services, which applies to this solicitation. Evaluation of options under FAR 52.217-8 will be accomplished by using the prices offered for the last option period to determine the price for a 6-month option period, which will be added to the base and other option years to arrive at the total price. Evaluation of options will not obligate the Government to exercise the option(s). Award will be made to the lowest priced contractor who has been found to be technically acceptable at providing a capability statement that demonstrates the ability to perform the duties of the current requirement. (x) The provisions at FAR 52.212-3, Offeror Representations and Certifications-Commercial Items applies to this acquisition. * All firms or individuals submitting a quote shall include a completed copy of this provision, OR have current Representations and Certifications in the System for Award Management (SAM - https://www.sam.gov). Representations, Certifications, and SAM must be current at award. IF NOT CURRENT AND/OR YOU DO NOT SUBMIT A COMPLETED COPY OF THIS PROVISION, YOUR QUOTE WILL BE CONSIDERED NON-RESPONSIVE. (xi) The clause at FAR 52.212-4, Contract Terms and Conditions-Commercial Items, applies to this acquisition. The following clauses are included as addenda to FAR 52.212-4: 52.203-99 Prohibition on Contracting With Entities That Require Certain Internal Confidentiality Agreements (DEVIATION 2015-02) (FEB 2015) 52.232-40 Providing Accelerated Payments to Small Business Subcontractors (DEC 2013) 852.203-70 Commercial Advertising (JAN 2008) 852.232-72 Electronic Submission Of Payment Requests (NOV 2012) 852.237-70 Contractor Responsibilities (APR 1984) (xii) The clause at FAR 52.212-5, Contract Terms and Conditions Required to Implement Statutes or Executive Order- Commercial items, applies to this acquisition. The following subparagraphs of FAR 52.212-5 are applicable: 52.204-18 Commercial and Government Entity Code Maintenance (July 2016) 52.219-6, Notice of Total Small Business Set-Aside (NOV 2011) 52.219-28, Post Award Small Business Program Representation (Jul 2013) 52.222-3, Convict Labor (June 2003) 52.222-21, Prohibition of Segregated Facilities (APR 2015) 52.222-26, Equal Opportunity (APR 2015) 52.222-50, Combating Trafficking in Persons (MAR 2015) 52.223-18, Encouraging Contractor Policies to Ban Text Messaging While Driving (AUG 2011) 52.225-13, Restrictions on Certain Foreign Purchases (JUN 2008) 52.232-34, Payment by Electronic Funds Transfer Other than System for Award Management (Jul 2013) 52.222-41, Service Contract Labor Standards (MAY 2014) 52.222-42, Statement of Equivalent Rates for Federal Hires (MAY 2014) 52.222-55, Minimum Wages Under Executive Order 13658 (DEC 2015). (xiii) The Service Contract Act of 1965 does apply to this procurement; the applicable wage determination is attached to this combined synopsis/solicitation (xiv) N/A (xv) This is an open-market total small business set-aside combined synopsis/solicitation for 3 year Electrical Testing at the Albany VA Medical Center as defined herein. The government intends to award a contract as a result of this combined synopsis/solicitation that will include the terms and conditions set forth herein. To facilitate the award process, all quotes must include a statement regarding the terms and conditions herein as follows: "The terms and conditions in the solicitation are acceptable to be included in the award document without modification, deletion, or addition." OR "The terms and conditions in the solicitation are acceptable to be included in the award document with the exception, deletion, or addition of the following:" The Quoter shall list exception(s) and rationale for the exception(s) Submission shall be received not later than 12:00 PM EST, Wednesday, March 3, 2016. The government shall only accept electronic submissions via email, please send all quotations to Anthony.Murray2@va.gov. Late submissions shall be treated in accordance with the solicitation provision at FAR 52.212-1(f). (xvi) Any questions or concerns regarding this solicitation should be forwarded in writing via e-mail to Anthony Murray, Contracting Officer, 518-626-6138; Anthony.Murray2@va.gov.
"CEZ Distribution Bulgaria" held an open procedure for the award of public procurement: "Preparation of complete project documentation for construction, reconstruction and repair of transformers, cables and overhead MV and LV and export of power meters of the property boundary of the territory Operational center of Sofia Province ", Ref. № PPS 16-111.
The territory of OC Sofia Province covers the following municipalities: Kostenets, Dolna Banya, Ihtiman, Samokov, Slivnitsa, Dragoman, Bojurishte Kostinbrod, Godech, Svoge, Botevgrad, Pravets, Etropole, Pirdop, Koprivchitsa, Elin Pelin, Gorna Malina, Zlatitsa Chavdar Chelopech, Mirkovo, Anton.
The main types of activities that are envisaged for implementation are preparing work projects: construction of a new power station, reconstruction of existing power substation, construction of cable and overhead line MV, construction of cable and overhead line NN, removal and installation of power meters on the border property.
The main types of activities and approximate amounts are as follows: Detailed design range - Part Electric Part Overall, Part Architectural-Construction of a new substation 1h800 kVA-40 pcs .; Detailed design in Range-Electric Part, Part Overall, Part Architectural-Construction of a new power station 2x800 kVA-6 pcs .; Detailed design, reconstruction, reconstruction of electrical part MV and LV with replacement / installation of power transformer on an existing substation-60 pcs .; Detailed design Part "Overall" for the reconstruction of the AC of the existing power substation-6 pcs .; Detailed design of mechanical ventilation for existing transformer-4 pcs .; Detailed Design for Cable line (KL) MV-Part-Electric 7000 meters track; Detailed design for Skyway MV-Part-Electric 9000 meters track; Detailed design for Skyway NN-Electric Part 9000 meters track; Detailed design for KL LV in piping Part-Electrical-4000 m track; Detailed design for KL LV free pit-Part-Electric 9000 meters track; Detailed design for installation of power meters, electrical works ...