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65--544-15-2-126-0044 - Misc. Lab Equipment 544

Department of Veterans Affairs, Columbia (SC) VAMC | Published February 3, 2015  -  Deadline February 5, 2015
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The Department of Veteran Affairs, Dorn VA Medical Center, 6439 Garners Ferry Road, Columbia, SC 29209 has a requirement for multiple Path & Lab requirements. The Government expects to award to a single contractor a contract which shall be Firm Fixed Price with a firm quantity and no option years. This requirement is being set-aside for Service Disabled Veteran Owned Small Business participation only. NAICS code for this requirement is 443412 with a small business size of 500 employees. Only offers from those firms regularly established in the business of providing this type of equipment will be considered. Subcontracting will not be allowed. All responsible sources may submit a proposal, which shall be considered. Any and all questions regarding this solicitation must be in writing and must include telephone number, fax number and point of contact to Attn: Joseph Locke, Contracting Officer, joseph.locke@va.gov Please see solicitation for additional information regarding this requirement. Set-Aside: Service Disabled Veteran Owned Small Business Contracting Office Address: Department of Veterans Affairs, W.J.B. Dorn VA Medical Center 6439 Garners Ferry Road Columbia, SC 29209-1639 Place of Performance: Department of Veterans Affairs, W.J.B. Dorn VA Medical Center 6439 Garners Ferry Road Columbia, SC 29209-1639 Point of Contact: Joseph Locke Contracting Officer Joseph.locke@va.gov EQUIPMENT: Mfr. part No/NSN/Item Manufacturer Product/Service Name Qty Unit Ship Address 945404 FISHER HEALTHCARE Vortex Mixer-Standard 120V 3 EA 1 5010 FISHER HEALTHCARE Timer - Lab Controller 120VAC Hz 1 EA 1 75004241 FISHER HEALTHCARE Sorvall Centrifuge - Sorvall St166 120V 1 EA 1 75003181 FISHER HEALTHCARE Centrifuge Swing Bucket Rotor - TX-400+S 1 EA 1 75003655 FISHER HEALTHCARE Centrifuge Swing Bucket Rotor - TX-400+S 1 EA 1 75003656 FISHER HEALTHCARE Centrifuge Buckets (4/st) - TX-400 Round 1 EA 1 75003683 FISHER HEALTHCARE Centrifuge Biocontainment Lids (4/set) - 1 EA 1 905200A FISHER HEALTHCARE HM355 Microtome - Microtome HM 355 Pkg 3 EA 1 B81300019 FISHER HEALTHCARE Slidemate w/Mini PC Premium Package - Sl 1 EA 1 957010L/Q FISHER HEALTHCARE ***THIS IS AN ALL INCLUSIVE PACKAGE*** T 1 EA 1 MANUALS FISHER HEALTHCARE MANUALS FOR LINE ITEMS 1- 2 EA 1 1310400A FISHER HEALTHCARE Total Solids Meter - Refractometer 1 EA 1 13104060 FISHER HEALTHCARE Illuminated Table Stand - Refractometer 1 EA 1 893300 FISHER HEALTHCARE Flammable Cabinet - 30 Gal Sht Cab Man w 1 EA 1 29937 FISHER HEALTHCARE Shelves for flammable cabinet - shelf ca 2 EA 1 10 312 FISHER HEALTHCARE Electronic Diff Tally Counters - 12chan 3 EA 1 M48725Q FISHER HEALTHCARE Test tube rockers - Tuber Rocker Vari - 4 EA 1 13247737F FISHER HEALTHCARE Medium Forced Air Dryer (Oven) - Oven Is 1 EA 1 A78300003 FISHER HEALTHCARE Cytospin 4 100V Base Unit 1 EA 1 ITEM NUMBER DESCRIPTION OF SUPPLIES/SERVICES QUANTITY UNIT UNIT PRICE AMOUNT 0001 Vortex Mixer-Standard 120V 3.00 EA __________________ __________________ 0002 Total Solids Meter - Refractometer 1.00 EA __________________ __________________ 0003 Illuminated Table Stand - Refractometer stand 1.00 EA __________________ __________________ 0004 Flammable Cabinet - 30 Gal Sht Cab Man w/Pdle Hndl 1.00 EA __________________ __________________ 0005 Shelves for flammable cabinet - shelf cabinet 30 45Gal 2.00 EA __________________ __________________ 0006 Electronic Diff Tally Counters - 12chan 110V 3.00 EA __________________ __________________ 0007 Test tube rockers - Tuber Rocker Vari - Mix 120V 4.00 EA __________________ __________________ 0008 Medium Forced Air Dryer (Oven) - Oven Isotmp Pre Mech 3.7 120V 1.00 EA __________________ __________________ 0009 Cytospin 4 100V Base Unit 1.00 EA __________________ __________________ 0010 Timer - Lab Controller 120VAC Hz 1.00 EA __________________ __________________ 0011 Sorvall Centrifuge - Sorvall St166 120V 1.00 EA __________________ __________________ 0012 Centrifuge Swing Bucket Rotor - TX-400+Swing Buckt Rotor Body 1.00 EA __________________ __________________ 0013 Centrifuge Buckets (4/st) - TX-400 Round Bkts (4/set) 1.00 SE __________________ __________________ 0014 Centrifuge Biocontainment Lids (4/set) - TX-4000 Sealing Caps (4/set) 1.00 SE __________________ __________________ 0015 Centrifuge 50ml Conical Adapters (4/set) 1.00 SE __________________ __________________ 0016 HM355 Microtome - Microtome HM 355 Pkg 3.00 EA __________________ __________________ 0017 Slidemate w/Mini PC Premium Package - Slidemate+Mini+Scan Dt Mount 1.00 EA __________________ __________________ 0018 ***THIS IS AN ALL INCLUSIVE PACKAGE*** TO INCLUDE DISINFECTION OPTION AND 1 PACKAGE OF HYDROGEN PEROXIDE; CryoStar NX70 w/Cold D & LP Blade Carrier - Crytostarnx70 D w/LP Eacroyos 1.00 EA __________________ __________________ 0019 OWNER/OPERATOR MANUALS FOR LINE ITEMS 1-18. 2.00 EA __________________ __________________

65--544-15-3-126-0113 - US PROBES - 544

Department of Veterans Affairs, Columbia (SC) VAMC | Published April 10, 2015  -  Deadline April 13, 2015
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The Department of Veteran Affairs, Dorn VA Medical Center, 6439 Garners Ferry Road, Columbia, SC 29209 has a requirement for GE Healthcare ultra sound probes. The Government expects to award to a single contractor a contract which shall be Firm Fixed Price with a firm quantity and no option years. This requirement is being set-aside for Service Disabled Veteran Owned Small Business participation only. NAICS code for this requirement is 443412 with a small business size of 500 employees. Only offers from those firms regularly established in the business of providing this type of equipment will be considered. Subcontracting will not be allowed. All responsible sources may submit a proposal, which shall be considered. Any and all questions regarding this solicitation must be in writing and must include telephone number, fax number and point of contact to Attn: Joseph Locke, Contracting Officer, joseph.locke@va.gov Please see solicitation for additional information regarding this requirement. Set-Aside: Service Disabled Veteran Owned Small Business Contracting Office Address: Department of Veterans Affairs, W.J.B. Dorn VA Medical Center 6439 Garners Ferry Road Columbia, SC 29209-1639 Place of Performance: Department of Veterans Affairs, W.J.B. Dorn VA Medical Center 6439 Garners Ferry Road Columbia, SC 29209-1639 Point of Contact: Joseph Locke Contracting Officer Joseph.locke@va.gov EQUIPMENT: ITEM NUMBER DESCRIPTION OF SUPPLIES/SERVICES QUANTITY UNIT UNIT PRICE AMOUNT 1 GE IC5-9 ULTRASOUND PROBE EXACT MATCH IS REQUIRED; FOR USE WITH EXISTING GE ULTRASOUND UNIT LOCAL STOCK NUMBER: H40442LK - 4.00 EA __________________ __________________ 2 OPERATOR'S AND SERVICE MANUALS LOCAL STOCK NUMBER: MANUALS - 2.00 EA __________________ __________________ GRAND TOTAL __________________

65--544-16-1-5089-0001 - Maint and Test of Electrical Equip

Department of Veterans Affairs, Columbia (SC) VAMC | Published December 4, 2015  -  Deadline December 10, 2015
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The Department of Veteran Affairs, Dorn VA Medical Center, 6439 Garners Ferry Road, Columbia, SC 29209 has a requirement for the maintenance and testing of electrical equipment. The Government expects to award to a single contractor a contract which shall be Firm Fixed Price with a firm quantity and no option years. This requirement is being set-aside for Small Business participation only. NAICS code for this requirement is 238210 with a small business size of $15M. Only offers from those firms regularly established in the business of providing these services will be considered. Subcontracting will not be allowed. All responsible sources may submit a proposal, which shall be considered. Any and all questions regarding this solicitation must be in writing and must include telephone number, fax number and point of contact to Attn: Joseph Locke, Contract Specialist, joseph.locke@va.gov. Please see solicitation for additional information regarding this requirement. DEPARTMENT OF VETERANS AFFAIRS WJB DORN VA MEDICAL CENTER STATEMENT OF WORK FOR Maintenance, Inspection, and Testing of the Electrical Power Distribution System Revised: June 3, 2015 1. Introduction: A. This Statement of Work (SOW) describes the requirements for the maintenance, inspection, testing, and/or calibration of the Electrical Power Distribution System and all of its components at the WJB Dorn VA Medical Center. These work items are referenced as "Maintenance and Testing" in this document, hereafter. B. This SOW describes the requirements for the Qualified Electrical Contract Professionals - known as "Contractors" in this document, hereafter. Contractors who are contracted by VA Medical Center to perform maintenance and testing of the Electrical Power Distribution System, and all of its components shall meet all requirements stated in Section 2 of this SOW. C. This SOW describes the requirements to establish maintenance and testing reports. 2. Qualifications of Contractors: A. Contractors shall be experienced Electrical Contractors, having properly trained and licensed permanent staff required to perform the proposed work. Electrical Contracting (i.e. the construction, repair, testing and maintenance of industrial and commercial electrical distribution systems) shall be the primary interest/specialty of the Contractor's business. B. Contractors shall be certified by the InterNational Electrical Testing Association (NETA) or equivalent certifying organization as Certified Technicians with each having completed the Occupational Safety & Health Administration (OSHA) approved 10-hour construction safety training. C. Contractors shall have technical training and demonstrable track records of working experience in maintenance, inspection, and testing of the Electrical Power Distribution Systems and related components in healthcare, industrial, educational, and commercial facilities for a minimum of five (5) continuous years. Electrical components on which the Contractors have experience shall include, but not be limited to, low voltage switchboards & switchgear; low voltage controls; emergency and standby generators; automatic transfer switches, wiring, transformers, meters, and other electrical appurtenances. D. Contractors shall have safety trainings - either on-the-job or class-room type - in electrical safety outlined in the OSHA Standard 29 Code of Federal Regulations (CFR) 1910 Subpart S - Electrical, and the NFPA 70E - Standard for Electrical Safety in the Workplace. Training certification shall be provided indicating each technician is a Qualified Person as defined by NFPA 70E. Training certifications shall be submitted to the VA Contracting Officer prior to work. If no training certifications are available, the contractor' Employer shall certify that he/she has met this requirement in writing, and submit it to the VA Contracting Officer prior to work. E. Contractors shall have ready access to the latest versions of the following references: 1) NFPA 70, National Electrical Code. 2) NFPA 70B, Recommended Practice for Electrical Equipment Maintenance. 3) NFPA 70E, Standard for Electrical Safety for the Workplace. 4) NFPA 110, Standard for Emergency and Standby Power System. 5) OSHA Standard 29 CFR 1910, Subparts I & S. 6) InterNational Electrical Testing Association, Inc. (NETA) - Maintenance and Testing Specifications. 7) Operating /Maintenance manuals and specifications of the electrical equipment to be maintained and tested. These documents may be obtained from the VHA Medical Center, or the equipment manufacturers. 8) VHA Directive 1028, Electrical Power Distribution Systems 9) SOP 137M 27, Lockout/Tagout Practices 10) SOP 138M 3-1, Electrical Distribution Systems Maintenance, Testing and Safety Practices E. Contractors shall have and provide all necessary tools, equipment, and Personal Protective Equipment (PPE) to perform the work safely, effectively, and timely. Tools, equipment, and PPE shall comply with the requirements of OSHA Standard 29 CFR 1910, Subpart I, and NFPA 70E. Prior to initiating work, Contractor shall provide documentation that all instruments, test equipment, tools and PPE have current calibration. Dated calibration labels shall be visible on all instruments, test equipment, tools and PPE as appropriate. 3. Summary of Work: A. The Contractor shall provide a proposed schedule with their bid proposal. The schedule shall be in the form of a progress chart of suitable scale to indicate the work scheduled for completion by any given date during the work period. The proposed schedule shall be reviewed by the VAMC Engineering Service; any requirements for adjusting the schedule (e.g. to minimize disruption to the VAMC) shall be incorporated by the Contractor. B. Contractors shall report deficiencies that are deemed critical or catastrophic immediately to the Contracting Officer and Chief of Engineering Service for immediate actions. C. Work items, definitions, and references shall comply with the latest edition of the NETA - Maintenance Testing Specifications (MTS) and with the VHA Directive, Electrical Power Distribution System. Below is a list of electrical equipment that shall be maintained and tested: 1. Switchgear and Switchboard Assemblies. (To include distribution panels and panelboards) 2. Transformers, Dry Type, Air-Cooled, Low-voltage, Small. 3. Metal-Enclosed Busways. (Building 100 Fire Pump circuits between the splice box and ATS, three sections) 4. Circuit Breakers, Air, Insulated-Case/ Molded-Case. (Branch circuit breakers shall be exercised only. Testing is not required) 5. Circuit Breakers, Air, Low-Voltage Power. 6. Grounding Systems. (For each facility listed under section 3. E.) 7. Motor Control, Motor Starters, Low-Voltage. 8. Emergency Systems, Automatic Transfer Switches. D. Attachments. Government Furnished. 1. Inventory of Electrical Power Distribution System equipment to be maintained, inspected, and tested under this Scope of Work. This is a detailed listing of some of the equipment listed above. 2. One-line and other informational drawings of the Electrical Power Distribution System. These drawings are not certified as-built drawings. (To be provided to the awardee) 3. Electrical Power System study information relevant to the scope of this effort, such as coordination study data, short-circuit analysis, arc-flash hazard analysis and available protective device setting information. (To be provided to the awardee) E. The following facilities are part of this statement of work: 100, 100A, 103, 103A, 106, 114, 120, 6, 7, 8, 9, 9A, 20, 22, 25, 34, 36, and 105. F. Infra-Red Scanning/Thermographic Survey shall be performed on electrical equipment. 1. Use an infra-red scanning camera to detect hot spots in the Electrical Power Distribution System. Objective of this work is to detect any loose, broken, or corroded connections in the system. Problem connections shall be replaced with new connectors, and/or tightened with torque wrench to meet the equipment manufacturers' specifications. 2. Note that since this work item must be done while the Electrical Power Distribution System is energized, appropriate safety precautions must be taken before, during and after scanning the system. G. System Function Tests. Provide function test for all equipment listed in this Scope of Work. H. Test Conditions. 1. Contractor shall purchase two spare breakers of each type and size and have these breakers on hand before opening and testing molded case circuit breakers. These spares will be used in the event of a breaker failure. Any unused breakers will be turned over to the VA Contracting Officer at the completion of the project. 2. Switchgear, switchboards, panels and motor control centers listed in the government furnished inventory will include testing and maintenance on all over current protective devices within its enclosure. Each overcurrent protective device is not listed separately. 3. Majority of work will occur outside of normal business hours of M-F, 7:00 am to 5:00 pm. 4. Work will take place on de-energized equipment where possible. Follow the requirements of SOP 137M 27. Any energized work must be performed by permit only and with the approval of the Medical Facility Director. See SOP 138M 3-1. 5. All outage requests require a 30 calendar day notice. 6. Contractor will assist VA personnel in determining all areas affected by each outage. 4. Final Report: A. A complete written report of the work performed shall be provided to the VA within 21 calendar days of completion. Information shown in the report shall be as following: 1) Company's name, addresses, telephone, & FAX numbers. 2) Name and signature of contractors who perform the maintenance and testing. 3) VA Work Contract Number, name and number of VA Contracting Officer. 4) Date and Time of work. 5) Copies of contractors' valid licenses, professional and training certificates. 6) Descriptions and model number of specialized tools and equipment used, such as torque wrench or infra-red scanning camera. 7) Location, Type, Name, and nameplate information of electrical equipment to be maintained and tested. 8) Descriptions of work items. 9) Test data. 10) Reference materials such as equipment manufacturer's specifications, coordination study, etc. 11) Remarks on conditions of electrical equipment. List all deficiencies, if any. 12) Recommended corrective actions, if any. B. Submit one (1) hard copy of the complete written report to VA Contracting Officer within twenty-one (21) calendar days of visit. C. Submit four (4) hard copies of the complete written report, and two (2) CD-ROM or DVD of the electronic version of the report in Microsoft Word format to the Chief of Engineering Service within twenty-one (21) calendar days of visit. All reference materials shall be included in the electronic version of the report, either through scanning or other means of electronic text import methods. END Set-aside code: Service-Disabled Veteran-Owned Small Business Place of performance: DORN VA MEDICAL CENTER6439 GARNERS FERRY ROADCOLUMBIA, SC 29209 29209 USA Contact: JOSEPH LOCKE CONTRACTING OFFICER 803-776-4000, EXT: 7814 JOSEPH.LOCKE@VA.GOV Email: Joseph.locke@va.gov (Joseph.locke@va.gov) More information: Click here

23--Maint and Test of Electrical Equipment

Department of Veterans Affairs, Columbia (SC) VAMC | Published November 25, 2015  -  Deadline December 2, 2015
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The Department of Veteran Affairs, Dorn VA Medical Center, 6439 Garners Ferry Road, Columbia, SC 29209 has a requirement for the maintenance and testing of electrical equipment. The Government expects to award to a single contractor a contract which shall be Firm Fixed Price with a firm quantity and no option years. This requirement is being set-aside for Service Disabled Veteran Owned Small Business participation only. NAICS code for this requirement is 238210 with a small business size of $15M. Only offers from those firms regularly established in the business of providing these services will be considered. Subcontracting will not be allowed. All responsible sources may submit a proposal, which shall be considered. Any and all questions regarding this solicitation must be in writing and must include telephone number, fax number and point of contact to Attn: Joseph Locke, Contract Specialist, joseph.locke@va.gov. Please see solicitation for additional information regarding this requirement. DEPARTMENT OF VETERANS AFFAIRS WJB DORN VA MEDICAL CENTER STATEMENT OF WORK FOR Maintenance, Inspection, and Testing of the Electrical Power Distribution System Revised: June 3, 2015 1. Introduction: A. This Statement of Work (SOW) describes the requirements for the maintenance, inspection, testing, and/or calibration of the Electrical Power Distribution System and all of its components at the WJB Dorn VA Medical Center. These work items are referenced as "Maintenance and Testing" in this document, hereafter. B. This SOW describes the requirements for the Qualified Electrical Contract Professionals - known as "Contractors" in this document, hereafter. Contractors who are contracted by VA Medical Center to perform maintenance and testing of the Electrical Power Distribution System, and all of its components shall meet all requirements stated in Section 2 of this SOW. C. This SOW describes the requirements to establish maintenance and testing reports. 2. Qualifications of Contractors: A. Contractors shall be experienced Electrical Contractors, having properly trained and licensed permanent staff required to perform the proposed work. Electrical Contracting (i.e. the construction, repair, testing and maintenance of industrial and commercial electrical distribution systems) shall be the primary interest/specialty of the Contractor's business. B. Contractors shall be certified by the InterNational Electrical Testing Association (NETA) or equivalent certifying organization as Certified Technicians with each having completed the Occupational Safety & Health Administration (OSHA) approved 10-hour construction safety training. C. Contractors shall have technical training and demonstrable track records of working experience in maintenance, inspection, and testing of the Electrical Power Distribution Systems and related components in healthcare, industrial, educational, and commercial facilities for a minimum of five (5) continuous years. Electrical components on which the Contractors have experience shall include, but not be limited to, low voltage switchboards & switchgear; low voltage controls; emergency and standby generators; automatic transfer switches, wiring, transformers, meters, and other electrical appurtenances. D. Contractors shall have safety trainings - either on-the-job or class-room type - in electrical safety outlined in the OSHA Standard 29 Code of Federal Regulations (CFR) 1910 Subpart S - Electrical, and the NFPA 70E - Standard for Electrical Safety in the Workplace. Training certification shall be provided indicating each technician is a Qualified Person as defined by NFPA 70E. Training certifications shall be submitted to the VA Contracting Officer prior to work. If no training certifications are available, the contractor' Employer shall certify that he/she has met this requirement in writing, and submit it to the VA Contracting Officer prior to work. E. Contractors shall have ready access to the latest versions of the following references: 1) NFPA 70, National Electrical Code. 2) NFPA 70B, Recommended Practice for Electrical Equipment Maintenance. 3) NFPA 70E, Standard for Electrical Safety for the Workplace. 4) NFPA 110, Standard for Emergency and Standby Power System. 5) OSHA Standard 29 CFR 1910, Subparts I & S. 6) InterNational Electrical Testing Association, Inc. (NETA) - Maintenance and Testing Specifications. 7) Operating /Maintenance manuals and specifications of the electrical equipment to be maintained and tested. These documents may be obtained from the VHA Medical Center, or the equipment manufacturers. 8) VHA Directive 1028, Electrical Power Distribution Systems 9) SOP 137M 27, Lockout/Tagout Practices 10) SOP 138M 3-1, Electrical Distribution Systems Maintenance, Testing and Safety Practices E. Contractors shall have and provide all necessary tools, equipment, and Personal Protective Equipment (PPE) to perform the work safely, effectively, and timely. Tools, equipment, and PPE shall comply with the requirements of OSHA Standard 29 CFR 1910, Subpart I, and NFPA 70E. Prior to initiating work, Contractor shall provide documentation that all instruments, test equipment, tools and PPE have current calibration. Dated calibration labels shall be visible on all instruments, test equipment, tools and PPE as appropriate. 3. Summary of Work: A. The Contractor shall provide a proposed schedule with their bid proposal. The schedule shall be in the form of a progress chart of suitable scale to indicate the work scheduled for completion by any given date during the work period. The proposed schedule shall be reviewed by the VAMC Engineering Service; any requirements for adjusting the schedule (e.g. to minimize disruption to the VAMC) shall be incorporated by the Contractor. B. Contractors shall report deficiencies that are deemed critical or catastrophic immediately to the Contracting Officer and Chief of Engineering Service for immediate actions. C. Work items, definitions, and references shall comply with the latest edition of the NETA - Maintenance Testing Specifications (MTS) and with the VHA Directive, Electrical Power Distribution System. Below is a list of electrical equipment that shall be maintained and tested: 1. Switchgear and Switchboard Assemblies. (To include distribution panels and panelboards) 2. Transformers, Dry Type, Air-Cooled, Low-voltage, Small. 3. Metal-Enclosed Busways. (Building 100 Fire Pump circuits between the splice box and ATS, three sections) 4. Circuit Breakers, Air, Insulated-Case/ Molded-Case. (Branch circuit breakers shall be exercised only. Testing is not required) 5. Circuit Breakers, Air, Low-Voltage Power. 6. Grounding Systems. (For each facility listed under section 3. E.) 7. Motor Control, Motor Starters, Low-Voltage. 8. Emergency Systems, Automatic Transfer Switches. D. Attachments. Government Furnished. 1. Inventory of Electrical Power Distribution System equipment to be maintained, inspected, and tested under this Scope of Work. This is a detailed listing of some of the equipment listed above. 2. One-line and other informational drawings of the Electrical Power Distribution System. These drawings are not certified as-built drawings. (To be provided to the awardee) 3. Electrical Power System study information relevant to the scope of this effort, such as coordination study data, short-circuit analysis, arc-flash hazard analysis and available protective device setting information. (To be provided to the awardee) E. The following facilities are part of this statement of work: 100, 100A, 103, 103A, 106, 114, 120, 6, 7, 8, 9, 9A, 20, 22, 25, 34, 36, and 105. F. Infra-Red Scanning/Thermographic Survey shall be performed on electrical equipment. 1. Use an infra-red scanning camera to detect hot spots in the Electrical Power Distribution System. Objective of this work is to detect any loose, broken, or corroded connections in the system. Problem connections shall be replaced with new connectors, and/or tightened with torque wrench to meet the equipment manufacturers' specifications. 2. Note that since this work item must be done while the Electrical Power Distribution System is energized, appropriate safety precautions must be taken before, during and after scanning the system. G. System Function Tests. Provide function test for all equipment listed in this Scope of Work. H. Test Conditions. 1. Contractor shall purchase two spare breakers of each type and size and have these breakers on hand before opening and testing molded case circuit breakers. These spares will be used in the event of a breaker failure. Any unused breakers will be turned over to the VA Contracting Officer at the completion of the project. 2. Switchgear, switchboards, panels and motor control centers listed in the government furnished inventory will include testing and maintenance on all over current protective devices within its enclosure. Each overcurrent protective device is not listed separately. 3. Majority of work will occur outside of normal business hours of M-F, 7:00 am to 5:00 pm. 4. Work will take place on de-energized equipment where possible. Follow the requirements of SOP 137M 27. Any energized work must be performed by permit only and with the approval of the Medical Facility Director. See SOP 138M 3-1. 5. All outage requests require a 30 calendar day notice. 6. Contractor will assist VA personnel in determining all areas affected by each outage. 4. Final Report: A. A complete written report of the work performed shall be provided to the VA within 21 calendar days of completion. Information shown in the report shall be as following: 1) Company's name, addresses, telephone, & FAX numbers. 2) Name and signature of contractors who perform the maintenance and testing. 3) VA Work Contract Number, name and number of VA Contracting Officer. 4) Date and Time of work. 5) Copies of contractors' valid licenses, professional and training certificates. 6) Descriptions and model number of specialized tools and equipment used, such as torque wrench or infra-red scanning camera. 7) Location, Type, Name, and nameplate information of electrical equipment to be maintained and tested. 8) Descriptions of work items. 9) Test data. 10) Reference materials such as equipment manufacturer's specifications, coordination study, etc. 11) Remarks on conditions of electrical equipment. List all deficiencies, if any. 12) Recommended corrective actions, if any. B. Submit one (1) hard copy of the complete written report to VA Contracting Officer within twenty-one (21) calendar days of visit. C. Submit four (4) hard copies of the complete written report, and two (2) CD-ROM or DVD of the electronic version of the report in Microsoft Word format to the Chief of Engineering Service within twenty-one (21) calendar days of visit. All reference materials shall be included in the electronic version of the report, either through scanning or other means of electronic text import methods. END

59--Maintenance and Testing of Electrical Equipment Dorn VA Medical Center, Columbia, SC

Department of Veterans Affairs, Columbia (SC) VAMC | Published January 4, 2016  -  Deadline January 28, 2016
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The Department of Veteran Affairs, Dorn VA Medical Center, 6439 Garners Ferry Road, Columbia, SC 29209 has a requirement for the maintenance and testing of electrical equipment. The Government expects to award to a single contractor a contract which shall be Firm Fixed Price with a firm quantity and no option years. This requirement is being set-aside for Small Business participation only. NAICS code for this requirement is 238210 with a small business size of $15M. Only offers from those firms regularly established in the business of providing these services will be considered. Subcontracting will not be allowed. All responsible sources may submit a proposal, which shall be considered. Any and all questions regarding this solicitation must be in writing and must include telephone number, fax number and point of contact to Attn: Joseph Locke, Contract Specialist, joseph.locke@va.gov. Please see solicitation for additional information regarding this requirement. SITE VISIT: See clause 52.237-1, Site Visit (APR 1984). Organized site visits have been scheduled for Monday, January 18, 2016 at 10:00 AM EST for the Dorn VA Medical Center, 6439 Garners Ferry Road, Columbia, SC 29209. Contractors shall report to Mr. Andrew Gross, as he will be the Point of Contact for the site visit. Mr. Gross can be reached at 803-776-4000, Ext: 4048. No questions will be asked and answered during the site visit; all questions must be sent via e-mail or FAX to the Contracting Officer, Joseph Locke at e-mail: joseph.locke@va.gov no later than January 21, 2016 at 2:00 PM EST. An amendment to the RFQ will be posted on FedBiz Ops on or about January 25, 2016 with all questions received, including all answers. All RFQ's shall be submitted and received no later than January 28, 2016 by 2:00 PM EST. Timeframe: Monday, January 4, 2016- RFP issued on FBO; Monday, January 18, 2016- Site Visit at Dorn VA Medical Center Thursday, January 21, 2016- Turn-In Questions Monday, January 25, 2016- Post Questions/ Answers on FBO (Estimated Date) Thursday, January 28, 2016- Receive RFP's Monday, February 1, 2016- Award Contract (Estimated Date) NOTE: This is the ONLY site visit scheduled for this project; individual or separate site visits will not be scheduled. This is not a mandatory site visit, but it is highly encouraged to attend before submitting a quote. If you have any questions, please contact the Contracting Officer, Joseph Locke at 803-776-4000 x7814 or e-mail at joseph.locke@va.gov. ? DEPARTMENT OF VETERANS AFFAIRS WJB DORN VA MEDICAL CENTER STATEMENT OF WORK FOR Maintenance, Inspection, and Testing of the Electrical Power Distribution System Revised: June 3, 2015 1. Introduction: A. This Statement of Work (SOW) describes the requirements for the maintenance, inspection, testing, and/or calibration of the Electrical Power Distribution System and all of its components at the WJB Dorn VA Medical Center. These work items are referenced as "Maintenance and Testing" in this document, hereafter. B. This SOW describes the requirements for the Qualified Electrical Contract Professionals - known as "Contractors" in this document, hereafter. Contractors who are contracted by VA Medical Center to perform maintenance and testing of the Electrical Power Distribution System, and all of its components shall meet all requirements stated in Section 2 of this SOW. C. This SOW describes the requirements to establish maintenance and testing reports. 2. Qualifications of Contractors: A. Contractors shall be experienced Electrical Contractors, having properly trained and licensed permanent staff required to perform the proposed work. Electrical Contracting (i.e. the construction, repair, testing and maintenance of industrial and commercial electrical distribution systems) shall be the primary interest/specialty of the Contractor's business. B. Contractors shall be certified by the InterNational Electrical Testing Association (NETA) or equivalent certifying organization as Certified Technicians with each having completed the Occupational Safety & Health Administration (OSHA) approved 10-hour construction safety training. C. Contractors shall have technical training and demonstrable track records of working experience in maintenance, inspection, and testing of the Electrical Power Distribution Systems and related components in healthcare, industrial, educational, and commercial facilities for a minimum of five (5) continuous years. Electrical components on which the Contractors have experience shall include, but not be limited to, low voltage switchboards & switchgear; low voltage controls; emergency and standby generators; automatic transfer switches, wiring, transformers, meters, and other electrical appurtenances. D. Contractors shall have safety trainings - either on-the-job or class-room type - in electrical safety outlined in the OSHA Standard 29 Code of Federal Regulations (CFR) 1910 Subpart S - Electrical, and the NFPA 70E - Standard for Electrical Safety in the Workplace. Training certification shall be provided indicating each technician is a Qualified Person as defined by NFPA 70E. Training certifications shall be submitted to the VA Contracting Officer prior to work. If no training certifications are available, the contractor' Employer shall certify that he/she has met this requirement in writing, and submit it to the VA Contracting Officer prior to work. E. Contractors shall have ready access to the latest versions of the following references: 1) NFPA 70, National Electrical Code. 2) NFPA 70B, Recommended Practice for Electrical Equipment Maintenance. 3) NFPA 70E, Standard for Electrical Safety for the Workplace. 4) NFPA 110, Standard for Emergency and Standby Power System. 5) OSHA Standard 29 CFR 1910, Subparts I & S. 6) InterNational Electrical Testing Association, Inc. (NETA) - Maintenance and Testing Specifications. 7) Operating /Maintenance manuals and specifications of the electrical equipment to be maintained and tested. These documents may be obtained from the VHA Medical Center, or the equipment manufacturers. 8) VHA Directive 1028, Electrical Power Distribution Systems 9) SOP 137M 27, Lockout/Tagout Practices 10) SOP 138M 3-1, Electrical Distribution Systems Maintenance, Testing and Safety Practices E. Contractors shall have and provide all necessary tools, equipment, and Personal Protective Equipment (PPE) to perform the work safely, effectively, and timely. Tools, equipment, and PPE shall comply with the requirements of OSHA Standard 29 CFR 1910, Subpart I, and NFPA 70E. Prior to initiating work, Contractor shall provide documentation that all instruments, test equipment, tools and PPE have current calibration. Dated calibration labels shall be visible on all instruments, test equipment, tools and PPE as appropriate. 3. Summary of Work: A. The Contractor shall provide a proposed schedule with their bid proposal. The schedule shall be in the form of a progress chart of suitable scale to indicate the work scheduled for completion by any given date during the work period. The proposed schedule shall be reviewed by the VAMC Engineering Service; any requirements for adjusting the schedule (e.g. to minimize disruption to the VAMC) shall be incorporated by the Contractor. B. Contractors shall report deficiencies that are deemed critical or catastrophic immediately to the Contracting Officer and Chief of Engineering Service for immediate actions. C. Work items, definitions, and references shall comply with the latest edition of the NETA - Maintenance Testing Specifications (MTS) and with the VHA Directive, Electrical Power Distribution System. Below is a list of electrical equipment that shall be maintained and tested: 1. Switchgear and Switchboard Assemblies. (To include distribution panels and panelboards) 2. Transformers, Dry Type, Air-Cooled, Low-voltage, Small. 3. Metal-Enclosed Busways. (Building 100 Fire Pump circuits between the splice box and ATS, three sections) 4. Circuit Breakers, Air, Insulated-Case/ Molded-Case. (Branch circuit breakers shall be exercised only. Testing is not required) 5. Circuit Breakers, Air, Low-Voltage Power. 6. Grounding Systems. (For each facility listed under section 3. E.) 7. Motor Control, Motor Starters, Low-Voltage. 8. Emergency Systems, Automatic Transfer Switches. D. Attachments. Government Furnished. 1. Inventory of Electrical Power Distribution System equipment to be maintained, inspected, and tested under this Scope of Work. This is a detailed listing of some of the equipment listed above. 2. One-line and other informational drawings of the Electrical Power Distribution System. These drawings are not certified as-built drawings. (To be provided to the awardee) 3. Electrical Power System study information relevant to the scope of this effort, such as coordination study data, short-circuit analysis, arc-flash hazard analysis and available protective device setting information. (To be provided to the awardee) E. The following facilities are part of this statement of work: 100, 100A, 103, 103A, 106, 114, 120, 6, 7, 8, 9, 9A, 20, 22, 25, 34, 36, and 105. F. Infra-Red Scanning/Thermographic Survey shall be performed on electrical equipment. 1. Use an infra-red scanning camera to detect hot spots in the Electrical Power Distribution System. Objective of this work is to detect any loose, broken, or corroded connections in the system. Problem connections shall be replaced with new connectors, and/or tightened with torque wrench to meet the equipment manufacturers' specifications. 2. Note that since this work item must be done while the Electrical Power Distribution System is energized, appropriate safety precautions must be taken before, during and after scanning the system. G. System Function Tests. Provide function test for all equipment listed in this Scope of Work. H. Test Conditions. 1. Contractor shall purchase two spare breakers of each type and size and have these breakers on hand before opening and testing molded case circuit breakers. These spares will be used in the event of a breaker failure. Any unused breakers will be turned over to the VA Contracting Officer at the completion of the project. 2. Switchgear, switchboards, panels and motor control centers listed in the government furnished inventory will include testing and maintenance on all over current protective devices within its enclosure. Each overcurrent protective device is not listed separately. 3. Majority of work will occur outside of normal business hours of M-F, 7:00 am to 5:00 pm. 4. Work will take place on de-energized equipment where possible. Follow the requirements of SOP 137M 27. Any energized work must be performed by permit only and with the approval of the Medical Facility Director. See SOP 138M 3-1. 5. All outage requests require a 30 calendar day notice. 6. Contractor will assist VA personnel in determining all areas affected by each outage. 4. Final Report: A. A complete written report of the work performed shall be provided to the VA within 21 calendar days of completion. Information shown in the report shall be as following: 1) Company's name, addresses, telephone, & FAX numbers. 2) Name and signature of contractors who perform the maintenance and testing. 3) VA Work Contract Number, name and number of VA Contracting Officer. 4) Date and Time of work. 5) Copies of contractors' valid licenses, professional and training certificates. 6) Descriptions and model number of specialized tools and equipment used, such as torque wrench or infra-red scanning camera. 7) Location, Type, Name, and nameplate information of electrical equipment to be maintained and tested. 8) Descriptions of work items. 9) Test data. 10) Reference materials such as equipment manufacturer's specifications, coordination study, etc. 11) Remarks on conditions of electrical equipment. List all deficiencies, if any. 12) Recommended corrective actions, if any. B. Submit one (1) hard copy of the complete written report to VA Contracting Officer within twenty-one (21) calendar days of visit. C. Submit four (4) hard copies of the complete written report, and two (2) CD-ROM or DVD of the electronic version of the report in Microsoft Word format to the Chief of Engineering Service within twenty-one (21) calendar days of visit. All reference materials shall be included in the electronic version of the report, either through scanning or other means of electronic text import methods. ? Basis of Award Project: Maintenance and Testing of Electrical Equipment The lowest price technically acceptable source selection process will be used as basis of award. Award will be made on the basis of the lowest evaluated price of proposals meeting or exceeding the acceptability standards for all non-cost/price factors. **ALL factors must be rated ACCEPTABLE to be considered for award. Non-Cost/Price Factors 1. Technical Approach - Technical approach to complete the project in accordance with the Statement of Work (SOW), must provide documentation to prove ALL of the following sub-factors listed below: a. Contractors shall be experienced Electrical Contractors, having properly trained and licensed permanent staff required to perform the proposed work. Electrical Contracting (i.e. the construction, repair, testing and maintenance of industrial and commercial electrical distribution systems) shall be the primary interest/specialty of the Contractor's business. b. Contractors shall be certified by the InterNational Electrical Testing Association (NETA) or equivalent certifying organization as Certified Technicians with each having completed the Occupational Safety & Health Administration (OSHA) approved 10-hour construction safety training. c. Contractors shall have technical training and demonstrable track records of working experience in maintenance, inspection, and testing of the Electrical Power Distribution Systems and related components in healthcare, industrial, educational, and commercial facilities for a minimum of five (5) continuous years. Electrical components on which the Contractors have experience shall include, but not be limited to, low voltage switchboards & switchgear; low voltage controls; emergency and standby generators; automatic transfer switches, wiring, transformers, meters, and other electrical appurtenances. ? d. Contractors shall have safety trainings - either on-the-job or class-room type - in electrical safety outlined in the OSHA Standard 29 Code of Federal Regulations (CFR) 1910 Subpart S - Electrical, and the NFPA 70E - Standard for Electrical Safety in the Workplace. Training certification shall be provided indicating each technician is a Qualified Person as defined by NFPA 70E. Training certifications shall be submitted to the VA Contracting Officer prior to work. If no training certifications are available, the contractor' Employer shall certify that he/she has met this requirement in writing, and submit it to the VA Contracting Officer prior to work. e. Contractors shall have ready access to the latest versions of the following references: 1) NFPA 70, National Electrical Code. 2) NFPA 70B, Recommended Practice for Electrical Equipment Maintenance. 3) NFPA 70E, Standard for Electrical Safety for the Workplace. 4) NFPA 110, Standard for Emergency and Standby Power System. 5) OSHA Standard 29 CFR 1910, Subparts I & S. 6) InterNational Electrical Testing Association, Inc. (NETA) -Maintenance and Testing Specifications. 7) Operating /Maintenance manuals and specifications of the electrical equipment to be maintained and tested. These documents may be obtained from the VHA Medical Center, or the equipment manufacturers. 8) VHA Directive 1028, Electrical Power Distribution Systems 9) SOP 137M 27, Lockout/Tagout Practices 10) SOP 138M 3-1, Electrical Distribution Systems Maintenance, Testing and Safety Practices f. Contractors shall have and provide all necessary tools, equipment, and Personal Protective Equipment (PPE) to perform the work safely, effectively, and timely. Tools, equipment, and PPE shall comply with the requirements of OSHA Standard 29 CFR 1910, Subpart I, and NFPA 70E. Prior to initiating work, Contractor shall provide documentation that all instruments, test equipment, tools and PPE have current calibration. Dated calibration labels shall be visible on all instruments, test equipment, tools and PPE as appropriate. 2. Management/Quality Control Approach - Proposal shall address your Management/Quality Control Approach to complete the project in accordance with the SOW. Offerors shall submit a list of personnel regularly employed on a full-time basis including number of years experience performing the type of work required for this contract. 3. Relevant Experience/Past Performance - The Relevant Experience/Past Performance evaluation will assess the relative risks associated with an offeror's likelihood of success in performing the solicitation's requirements as indicated by that offeror's record of Relevant Experience/Past Performance. Offerors must provide at least two (2) references and two (2) successfully completed contracts that demonstrate previous work experience in providing all labor, material, and equipment to provide the waste disposal service required in the SOW. Provide description of projects, dollar value, and Point of Contact(s) including phone/FAX numbers. Each factor will be scored as Acceptable or Unacceptable as defined below. Each proposal will be evaluated against the SOW and the stated evaluation criteria. Each proposal is evaluated using the same standards. "Lowest Price, Technically Acceptable" Evaluation Standards Acceptable ALL of the minimum acceptable criteria are clearly met by the proposal. The offeror's proposal meets the performance and technical capability requirements defined in the SOW. NOTE: Once the proposals have been determined to be "technically acceptable," award will based on cost/price only. Unacceptable Not all of the minimum acceptable criteria are met by the proposal. An unacceptable proposal contains one or more deficiencies. Proposal fails to meet specified minimum performance and technical capability requirements defined in the SOW. The following table will be used for each proposal received to score each LPTA factor as to whether it is Acceptable or Unacceptable. Non-Cost/Price Factors Offeror Technically acceptable Technical Approach Management/Quality Control Approach Relevant Experience/Past Performance ? Description: Inventory of Electrical Power Distribution System equipment to be maintained, inspected, and tested under this Scope of Work. This is a detailed listing of some of the equipment listed above. Attachment # 1 PANEL MCC Name Type Bus Voltage 1 B100:EMCC-C2 LV MCC 480 2 B100:EMCC-C3 LV MCC 480 3 B100:EMCC-C4 LV MCC 480 4 B100:EMCC-CB LV MCC 480 5 B100:EMCC-D5 LV MCC 480 6 B100:EMCC-DB LV MCC 480 7 B100:EMCC-F1 LV MCC 480 8 B100:EMCC-FB LV MCC 480 9 B100:MCC-A2 LV MCC 480 10 B100:MCC-A3 LV MCC 480 11 B100:MCC-A4 LV MCC 480 12 B100:MCC-A5 LV MCC 480 13 B100:MCC-C1 LV MCC 480 14 B100:MCC-C2 LV MCC 480 15 B100:MCC-C3 LV MCC 480 16 B100:MCC-C4 LV MCC 480 17 B100:MCC-D2 LV MCC 480 18 B100:MCC-D3 LV MCC 480 19 B100:MCC-D4 LV MCC 480 20 B100:MCC-D5 LV MCC 480 21 B100:MCC-DB LV MCC 480 22 B100:MCC-EB1 LV MCC 480 23 B100:MCC-EB2 LV MCC 480 24 B100:MCC-EB3 LV MCC 480 25 B100:MCC-EB4 LV MCC 480 26 B100:MCC-EB4-1 LV MCC 480 27 B100:MCC-EB4-2 LV MCC 480 28 B100:MCC-F1 LV MCC 480 29 B100:MCC-FB LV MCC 480 30 B100:P-150A1 LV Panelboard 120 31 B100:P-150B2 LV Panelboard 120 32 B100:P-150C3 LV Panelboard 120 33 B100:P-164A1 LV Panelboard 120 34 B100:P-164B2 LV Panelboard 120 35 B100:P-164C3 LV Panelboard 120 36 B100:P-166A1 LV Panelboard 120 37 B100:P-166B2 LV Panelboard 120 38 B100:P-166C3 LV Panelboard 120 39 B100:P-168A1 LV Panelboard 120 40 B100:P-168B LV Panelboard 120 41 B100:P-168B2R LV Panelboard 120 42 B100:P-168C3 LV Panelboard 120 43 B100:P-169A1 LV Panelboard 120 44 B100:P-169B2 LV Panelboard 120 45 B100:P-169C3 LV Panelboard 120 46 B100:P-1C90 LV Panelboard 480 47 B100:P-1DP1 LV Panelboard 480 48 B100:P-1DP2 LV Panelboard 480 49 B100:P-1DP2S1 LV Panelboard 480 50 B100:P-1DP2S2 LV Panelboard 480 51 B100:P-1DP2S3 LV Panelboard 480 52 B100:P-1DP2S4 LV Panelboard 480 53 B100:P-1DP2S5 LV Panelboard 480 54 B100:P-1DP2S6 LV Panelboard 480 55 B100:P-1DP2S7 LV Panelboard 480 56 B100:P-1DP3 LV Panelboard 480 57 B100:P-1DP4 LV Panelboard 480 58 B100:P-1R1 LV Panelboard 208 59 B100:P-1R10 LV Panelboard 208 60 B100:P-1R11 LV Panelboard 208 61 B100:P-1R12 LV Panelboard 208 62 B100:P-1R13 LV Panelboard 208 63 B100:P-1R14 LV Panelboard 208 64 B100:P-1R15 LV Panelboard 208 65 B100:P-1R15A LV Panelboard 208 66 B100:P-1R16 LV Panelboard 208 67 B100:P-1R17 LV Panelboard 208 68 B100:P-1R18 LV Panelboard 208 69 B100:P-1R19 LV Panelboard 208 70 B100:P-1R2 LV Panelboard 208 71 B100:P-1R20 LV Panelboard 208 72 B100:P-1R21 LV Panelboard 208 73 B100:P-1R22 LV Panelboard 208 74 B100:P-1R3 LV Panelboard 208 75 B100:P-1R4 LV Panelboard 208 76 B100:P-1R5 LV Panelboard 208 77 B100:P-1R6 LV Panelboard 208 78 B100:P-1R7 LV Panelboard 208 79 B100:P-1R8 LV Panelboard 208 80 B100:P-1R9 LV Panelboard 208 81 B100:P-2DP LV Panelboard 480 82 B100:P-2R1 LV Panelboard 208 83 B100:P-2R2 LV Panelboard 208 84 B100:P-2R3 LV Panelboard 208 85 B100:P-2R4 LV Panelboard 208 86 B100:P-2R5 LV Panelboard 208 87 B100:P-2R6 LV Panelboard 208 88 B100:P-2R7 LV Panelboard 208 89 B100:P-2R8 LV Panelboard 208 90 B100:P-2WR1 LV Panelboard 208 91 B100:P-2WR2 LV Panelboard 208 92 B100:P-2WR3 LV Panelboard 208 93 B100:P-2WRDP LV Panelboard 208 94 B100:P-3DP LV Panelboard 480 95 B100:P-3ED1 LV Panelboard 208 96 B100:P-3R1 LV Panelboard 208 97 B100:P-3R10 LV Panelboard 208 98 B100:P-3R2 LV Panelboard 208 99 B100:P-3R3 LV Panelboard 208 100 B100:P-3R4 LV Panelboard 208 101 B100:P-3R5 LV Panelboard 208 102 B100:P-3R6 LV Panelboard 208 103 B100:P-3R7 LV Panelboard 208 104 B100:P-3R8 LV Panelboard 208 105 B100:P-3R9 LV Panelboard 208 106 B100:P-3WD1 LV Panelboard 208 107 B100:P-4DP LV Panelboard 480 108 B100:P-4R1 LV Panelboard 208 109 B100:P-4R2 LV Panelboard 208 110 B100:P-4R3 LV Panelboard 208 111 B100:P-4R4 LV Panelboard 208 112 B100:P-4R5 LV Panelboard 208 113 B100:P-4R6 LV Panelboard 208 114 B100:P-4R7 LV Panelboard 208 115 B100:P-4R8 LV Panelboard 208 116 B100:P-4R9 LV Panelboard 208 117 B100:P-4THDLR LV Panelboard 480 118 B100:P-4WDP LV Panelboard 480 119 B100:P-5DP LV Panelboard 480 120 B100:P-5R1 LV Panelboard 208 121 B100:P-5R2 LV Panelboard 208 122 B100:P-5R3 LV Panelboard 208 123 B100:P-5R4 LV Panelboard 208 124 B100:P-5R5 LV Panelboard 208 125 B100:P-5R6 LV Panelboard 208 126 B100:P-5R7 LV Panelboard 208 127 B100:P-A1 LV Panelboard 240 128 B100:P-BDP1 LV Panelboard 480 129 B100:P-BDP10 LV Panelboard 480 130 B100:P-BDP2 LV Panelboard 480 131 B100:P-BDP3 LV Panelboard 480 132 B100:P-BDP4 LV Panelboard 480 133 B100:P-BDP5 LV Panelboard 480 134 B100:P-BDP6 LV Panelboard 480 135 B100:P-BDP8 LV Panelboard 480 136 B100:P-BDPCRM LV Panelboard 208 137 B100:P-BME LV Panelboard 208 138 B100:P-BPR1 LV Panelboard 208 139 B100:P-BR1 LV Panelboard 208 140 B100:P-BR10 LV Panelboard 208 141 B100:P-BR10A LV Panelboard 208 142 B100:P-BR13 LV Panelboard 208 143 B100:P-BR2 LV Panelboard 208 144 B100:P-BR3 LV Panelboard 208 145 B100:P-BR4 LV Panelboard 208 146 B100:P-BR5 LV Panelboard 208 147 B100:P-BR6 LV Panelboard 208 148 B100:P-BR7 LV Panelboard 208 149 B100:P-BR8 LV Panelboard 208 150 B100:P-BR9 LV Panelboard 208 151 B100:P-BYL2 LV Panelboard 480 152 B100:P-C1DP LV Panelboard 480 153 B100:P-C1L1 LV Panelboard 480 154 B100:P-C1L1A LV Panelboard 480 155 B100:P-C1L2A LV Panelboard 480 156 B100:P-C1R1 LV Panelboard 208 157 B100:P-C1R2 LV Panelboard 208 158 B100:P-C1R3 LV Panelboard 208 159 B100:P-C1R4 LV Panelboard 208 160 B100:P-C2DP LV Panelboard 480 161 B100:P-C2L1 LV Panelboard 480 162 B100:P-C2R1 LV Panelboard 208 163 B100:P-C2R2 LV Panelboard 208 164 B100:P-C2R3 LV Panelboard 208 165 B100:P-C2R4 LV Panelboard 208 166 B100:P-C2R5 LV Panelboard 208 167 B100:P-C2W1 LV Panelboard 208 168 B100:P-C2W2 LV Panelboard 208 169 B100:P-C2WDP LV Panelboard 480 170 B100:P-C3DP LV Panelboard 480 171 B100:P-C3L1 LV Panelboard 480 172 B100:P-C3R1 LV Panelboard 208 173 B100:P-C4DP LV Panelboard 480 174 B100:P-C4L1 LV Panelboard 480 175 B100:P-C4R1 LV Panelboard 208 176 B100:P-C4R2 LV Panelboard 208 177 B100:P-C4R3 LV Panelboard 208 178 B100:P-C4R4 LV Panelboard 208 179 B100:P-C5DP LV Panelboard 480 180 B100:P-C5L1 LV Panelboard 480 181 B100:P-C5R1 LV Panelboard 208 182 B100:P-C5R2 LV Panelboard 208 183 B100:P-CBDP1 LV Panelboard 480 184 B100:P-CBDP2 LV Panelboard 480 185 B100:P-CCTV LV Panelboard 208 186 B100:P-CT1 & 2 SF LV Panelboard 480 187 B100:P-CT1 BASIN HTR LV Panelboard 480 188 B100:P-DB1 LV Panelboard 208 189 B100:P-E1DP LV Panelboard 480 190 B100:P-E1DP2 LV Panelboard 480 191 B100:P-E1DP2A LV Panelboard 480 192 B100:P-E1L1 LV Panelboard 480 193 B100:P-E1R1 LV Panelboard 208 194 B100:P-E1R16A LV Panelboard 208 195 B100:P-E1R2 LV Panelboard 208 196 B100:P-E1R3 LV Panelboard 208 197 B100:P-E1R4 LV Panelboard 208 198 B100:P-E1R8 LV Panelboard 208 199 B100:P-E1R8-A LV Panelboard 208 200 B100:P-E1RS LV Panelboard 208 201 B100:P-E2DP LV Panelboard 480 202 B100:P-E2L1 LV Panelboard 480 203 B100:P-E2L1A LV Panelboard 480 204 B100:P-E2R1 LV Panelboard 208 205 B100:P-E2R2 LV Panelboard 208 206 B100:P-E2WD1 LV Panelboard 208 207 B100:P-E2WDP2 LV Panelboard 480 208 B100:P-E3DP LV Panelboard 480 209 B100:P-E3L1 LV Panelboard 480 210 B100:P-E3L1A LV Panelboard 480 211 B100:P-E3R1 LV Panelboard 208 212 B100:P-E3R2 LV Panelboard 208 213 B100:P-E4DP LV Panelboard 480 214 B100:P-E4L1 LV Panelboard 480 215 B100:P-E4L1A LV Panelboard 480 216 B100:P-E4R1 LV Panelboard 208 217 B100:P-E4R2 LV Panelboard 208 218 B100:P-E4WDP LV Panelboard 480 219 B100:P-E4WR1 LV Panelboard 208 220 B100:P-E4WR2 LV Panelboard 208 221 B100:P-E5DP LV Panelboard 480 222 B100:P-E5L1 LV Panelboard 480 223 B100:P-E5L1A LV Panelboard 480 224 B100:P-E5R1 LV Panelboard 208 225 B100:P-E5R2 LV Panelboard 208 226 B100:P-EBDP LV Panelboard 480 227 B100:P-EBDP1 LV Panelboard 480 228 B100:P-EBDP2 LV Panelboard 480 229 B100:P-EBDP3 LV Panelboard 480 230 B100:P-EBDP4L LV Panelboard 480 231 B100:P-EBDP4R LV Panelboard 480 232 B100:P-EBDP6 LV Panelboard 480 233 B100:P-EBDP7A LV Switchboard 208 234 B100:P-EBDP9A LV Panelboard 480 235 B100:P-EBDP9B LV Panelboard 208 236 B100:P-EBL1 LV Panelboard 480 237 B100:P-EBL1A LV Panelboard 480 238 B100:P-EBL2A LV Panelboard 480 239 B100:P-EBPR1 LV Panelboard 208 240 B100:P-EBR1 LV Panelboard 208 241 B100:P-EBR10 LV Panelboard 208 242 B100:P-EBR11 LV Panelboard 208 243 B100:P-EBR11A LV Panelboard 208 244 B100:P-EBR11B LV Panelboard 208 245 B100:P-EBR11C LV Panelboard 208 246 B100:P-EBR12 LV Panelboard 208 247 B100:P-EBR2 LV Panelboard 208 248 B100:P-ECPBT LV Panelboard 480 249 B100:P-EF5 LV Panelboard 480 250 B100:P-EMDP6 LV Panelboard 480 251 B100:P-EQBC LV Panelboard 208 252 B100:P-EQBH LV Panelboard 480 253 B100:P-LS1DP LV Panelboard 480 254 B100:P-LS1L1 LV Panelboard 480 255 B100:P-LS1R1 LV Panelboard 208 256 B100:P-LS2DP LV Panelboard 480 257 B100:P-LS2L1 LV Panelboard 480 258 B100:P-LS2R1 LV Panelboard 208 259 B100:P-LS2WL1 LV Panelboard 480 260 B100:P-LS3DP LV Panelboard 480 261 B100:P-LS3L1 LV Panelboard 480 262 B100:P-LS3R1 LV Panelboard 208 263 B100:P-LS4DP LV Panelboard 480 264 B100:P-LS4L1 LV Panelboard 480 265 B100:P-LS4R1 LV Panelboard 208 266 B100:P-LS5DP LV Panelboard 480 267 B100:P-LS5L1 LV Panelboard 480 268 B100:P-LS5R1 LV Panelboard 208 269 B100:P-LSBDP1 LV Panelboard 480 270 B100:P-LSBDP2 LV Panelboard 480 271 B100:P-LSBL1 LV Panelboard 480 272 B100:P-LSBR1 LV Panelboard 208 273 B100:P-LSGR1 LV Panelboard 480 274 B100:P-LSGR2 LV Panelboard 208 275 B100:P-MSI850 LV Panelboard 480 276 B100:P-PBLOAD LV Panelboard 480 277 B100:P-PS4R1 LV Panelboard 208 278 B100:P-RL1 LV Panelboard 240 279 B100:P-RL2 LV Panelboard 208 280 B100:P-RP1 LV Panelboard 208 281 B100:P-RP2 LV Panelboard 208 282 B100:P-RP3 LV Panelboard 208 283 B100:P-RP5 LV Panelboard 208 284 B100:P-RP6 LV Panelboard 208 285 B100:P-TBP LV Panelboard 480 286 B100A:P-1DL1 LV Panelboard 480 287 B100A:P-1DLS1 LV Panelboard 480 288 B100A:P-1DLSR1 LV Panelboard 208 289 B100A:P-1DR1-1 LV Panelboard 208 290 B100A:P-1DR1-2 LV Panelboard 208 291 B100A:P-1DR2 LV Panelboard 208 292 B100A:P-2DCR1 LV Panelboard 208 293 B100A:P-2DCR2 LV Panelboard 240 294 B100A:P-2DL1 LV Panelboard 480 295 B100A:P-2DR1 LV Panelboard 208 296 B100A:P-2DR2 LV Panelboard 208 297 B100A:P-2DR3 LV Panelboard 208 298 B100A:P-2DRDP LV Panelboard 208 299 B100A:P-BDC1 LV Panelboard 480 300 B100A:P-BDCR1 LV Panelboard 208 301 B100A:P-BDDP1 LV Panelboard 480 302 B100A:P-BDE1 LV Panelboard 480 303 B100A:P-BDELV LV Panelboard 208 304 B100A:P-BDEQ LV Panelboard 480 305 B100A:P-BDLS1 LV Panelboard 480 306 B100A:P-BDLSR1 LV Panelboard 208 307 B100A:P-BDR1 LV Panelboard 208 308 B100A:P-BDR2 LV Panelboard 208 309 B106:P-E1A LV Panelboard 208 310 B106:P-E1B LV Panelboard 208 311 B106:P-E1C LV Panelboard 208 312 B106:P-E1D LV Panelboard 208 313 B106:P-E2A LV Panelboard 208 314 B106:P-E2B LV Panelboard 208 315 B106:P-E2C LV Panelboard 208 316 B106:P-E2D LV Panelboard 208 317 B106:P-EKL LV Panelboard 208 318 B106:P-EMDPH LV Panelboard 480 319 B106:P-EMDPL LV Panelboard 208 320 B106:P-EPPH1 LV Panelboard 480 321 B106:P-EPPH2 LV Panelboard 480 322 B106:P-EV LV Panelboard 208 323 B106:P-KH LV Panelboard 480 324 B106:P-KL LV Panelboard 208 325 B106:P-L1A LV Panelboard 208 326 B106:P-L1B LV Panelboard 208 327 B106:P-L1C LV Panelboard 208 328 B106:P-L1D LV Panelboard 208 329 B106:P-L2A LV Panelboard 208 330 B106:P-L2B LV Panelboard 208 331 B106:P-L2C LV Panelboard 208 332 B106:P-L2D LV Panelboard 208 333 B106:P-MDPH LV Panelboard 480 334 B106:P-MDPL LV Panelboard 208 335 B106:P-OL LV Panelboard 480 336 B106:P-PPH1 LV Panelboard 480 337 B106:P-PPH2L LV Panelboard 480 338 B106:P-PPH2-R LV Panelboard 480 339 B106:P-PPH2-RA LV Panelboard 240 340 B106:P-PPL1 LV Panelboard 208 341 B106:P-PPL2 LV Panelboard 208 342 B106:P-R1A LV Panelboard 208 343 B106:P-R1B LV Panelboard 208 344 B106:P-R1C LV Panelboard 208 345 B106:P-R1D LV Panelboard 208 346 B106:P-R2A LV Panelboard 208 347 B106:P-R2B LV Panelboard 208 348 B106:P-R2C LV Panelboard 208 349 B106:P-R2D LV Panelboard 208 350 B106:SG-N LV Switchboard 480 351 B114:P-EMH LV Panelboard 480 352 B114:P-EML LV Panelboard 208 353 B114:P-H2 LV Panelboard 480 354 B114:P-H-MDP LV Panelboard 480 355 B114:P-L LV Panelboard 208 356 B114:P-UPS LV Panelboard 480 357 B103; P-N2L1 LV Panelboard 480 358 B103;MC-NCMC1 LV MCC 480 359 B103;MC-NMCC1 LV MCC 480 360 B103;P-MDP LV Panelboard 480 361 B103;P-N1D1 LV Panelboard 208 362 B103;P-N1L1 LV Panelboard 480 363 B103;P-N1R1 LV Panelboard 208 364 B103;P-N1R2 LV Panelboard 208 365 B103;P-N1R3 LV Panelboard 208 366 B103;P-N1R4 LV Panelboard 208 367 B103;P-N2D1 LV Panelboard 208 368 B103;P-N2D2 LV Panelboard 480 369 B103;P-N2R1 LV Panelboard 208 370 B103;P-N2R2 LV Panelboard 208 371 B103;P-N2R3 LV Panelboard 208 372 B103;P-N2R4 LV Panelboard 208 373 B103;P-N2R5 LV Panelboard 208 374 B103;P-NC1D1 LV Panelboard 480 375 B103;P-NC1D2 LV Panelboard 208 376 B103;P-NC1L1 LV Panelboard 480 377 B103;P-NC1R1 LV Panelboard 208 378 B103;P-NC1R2 LV Panelboard 208 379 B103;P-NC1R3 LV Panelboard 208 380 B103;P-NC2L1 LV Panelboard 480 381 B103;P-NC2R1 LV Panelboard 208 382 B103;P-NC2R2 LV Panelboard 208 383 B103;P-NC2R3 LV Panelboard 208 384 B103;P-NE1D1 LV Panelboard 480 385 B103;P-NE1L1 LV Panelboard 480 386 B103;P-NE1R1 LV Panelboard 208 387 B103;P-NE2L1 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208 416 B20;P-20L12 LV Panelboard 208 417 B20;P-20L14 LV Panelboard 208 418 B20;P-20L15 LV Panelboard 208 419 B20;P-20MDP LV Panelboard 480 420 B20;P-E8PBJ1A1 LV Panelboard 208 421 B20;P-E8PBJ1A2 LV Panelboard 208 422 B20;P-P20L15 LV Panelboard 208 423 B22;P-AC1 LV Panelboard 480 424 B22;P-AC2 LV Panelboard 480 425 B22;P-AC3 LV Panelboard 480 426 B22;P-ACD LV Panelboard 480 427 B22;P-EHB LV Panelboard 208 428 B22;P-GEN LV Panelboard 208 429 B22;P-H1 LV Panelboard 480 430 B22;P-H12 LV Panelboard 480 431 B22;P-H2 LV Panelboard 480 432 B22;P-H3 LV Panelboard 480 433 B22;P-HB LV Panelboard 480 434 B22;P-L1 LV Panelboard 208 435 B22;P-L2 LV Panelboard 208 436 B22;P-L3 LV Panelboard 208 437 B22;P-LB1 LV Panelboard 208 438 B22;P-LB2 LV Panelboard 208 439 B22;P-MDP LV Panelboard 480 440 B6;P-6L11A LV Panelboard 240 441 B6;P-6L11B LV Panelboard 240 442 B6;P-6LDP-1A LV Panelboard 240 443 B6;P-6LDP1 LV Panelboard 240 444 B6;P-6MDP LV Switchboard 480 445 B6;P-6P11 LV Panelboard 240 446 B6;P-6PDP1 LV Panelboard 240 447 B7;P-P1 LV Panelboard 240 448 B7;P-P1A LV Panelboard 240 449 B7;P-PP LV Panelboard 208 450 B7;P-PPA LV Panelboard 208 451 B8; P-1P-A LV Panelboard 120 452 B8; P-8PB2 LV Panelboard 208 453 B8; P-8PB3 LV Panelboard 208 454 B8; P-UPS1 LV Panelboard 208 455 B8;P-1PA LV Panelboard 240 456 B8;P-1PB LV Panelboard 208 457 B8;P-8L11 LV Panelboard 208 458 B8;P-8L11A LV Panelboard 208 459 B8;P-8LB1 LV Panelboard 208 460 B8;P-8PB1 LV Panelboard 240 461 B8;P-8PBJ LV Panelboard 240 462 B8;P-8PBJ-A LV Panelboard 240 463 B8;P-BL12 LV Panelboard 208 464 B8;P-GR LV Panelboard 208 465 B8;P-GRA LV Panelboard 208 466 B8;P-MACHSHOP LV Panelboard 240 467 B8;P-MHC26S LV Panelboard 208 468 B9;P-9EHDP LV Panelboard 480 469 B9;P-9EL23 LV Panelboard 208 470 B9;P-9ELDP LV Panelboard 208 471 B9;P-9GDP LV Panelboard 480 472 B9;P-9HDP LV Panelboard 480 473 B9;P-9L11 LV Panelboard 208 474 B9;P-9L21 LV Panelboard 208 475 B9;P-9L22-1 LV Panelboard 208 476 B9;P-9L22-2 LV Panelboard 208 477 B9;P-9LDP LV Panelboard 208 478 B9;P-HDP2 LV Panelboard 480 479 B9;SG-9MDP LV Switchboard 480 480 B9A;MC-MCC-9A LV MCC 480 481 B9A;MCB-9ADP1 LV Panelboard 480 482 B9A;P-ALDP LV Panelboard 208 483 B9A;P-EDP LV Panelboard 208 484 B9A;P-EDP1 LV Panelboard 208 485 B9A;P-EDP2 LV Panelboard 208 486 B9A;P-ELP LV Panelboard 480 487 B9A;P-ELVP LV Panelboard 208 488 B9A;P-LP LV Panelboard 480 489 B9A;P-MDP LV Switchboard 480 490 B9A;P-PP1 LV Panelboard 208 491 B9A;P-PP2 LV Panelboard 208 492 B9A;P-PP3 LV Panelboard 208 493 BT25;P-MSPP1 LV Panelboard 208 494 BT25;P-MSPP2 LV Panelboard 208 495 BT34;P-T34A LV Panelboard 208 496 BT34;P-T34B LV Panelboard 208 497 BT36;P-36P1 LV Panelboard 480 498 BT36;P-36P2 LV Panelboard 208 ATTACHMENT # 1 TRANSFORMERS Name Voltage Pri Voltage Sec KVA 1 B100:T-1 480 240 10.0 2 B100:T-150A1 208 120 5.0 3 B100:T-150B2 208 120 5.0 4 B100:T-150C3 208 120 5.0 5 B100:T-164A1 208 120 5.0 6 B100:T-164B2 208 120 5.0 7 B100:T-164C3 208 120 5.0 8 B100:T-166A1 208 120 5.0 9 B100:T-166B2 208 120 5.0 10 B100:T-166C3 208 120 5.0 11 B100:T-168A1 208 120 5.0 12 B100:T-168B 208 120 5.0 13 B100:T-168B2R 208 120 5.0 14 B100:T-168C3 208 120 5.0 15 B100:T-169A1 208 120 5.0 16 B100:T-169B2 208 120 5.0 17 B100:T-169C3 208 120 5.0 18 B100:T-1C90 480 480 150.0 19 B100:T-1R12 480 208 30.0 20 B100:T-1R13-15A 480 208 300.0 21 B100:T-1R1-4 480 208 75.0 22 B100:T-1R16,17 480 208 45.0 23 B100:T-1R18-22 480 208 112.5 24 B100:T-1R5-8 480 208 75.0 25 B100:T-1R9-11 480 208 75.0 26 B100:T-2R1,2,3 480 208 30.0 27 B100:T-2R4,5,6 480 208 45.0 28 B100:T-2R7,8 480 208 45.0 29 B100:T-2WRDP 480 208 112.5 30 B100:T-3ED1 480 208 15.0 31 B100:T-3R1,2,3 480 208 45.0 32 B100:T-3R4,5,6 480 208 45.0 33 B100:T-3R7-10 480 208 75.0 34 B100:T-3WD1 480 208 15.0 35 B100:T-4R1,2,3 480 208 45.0 36 B100:T-4R4,5,6 480 208 45.0 37 B100:T-4R7,8,9 480 208 75.0 38 B100:T-5R1-4 480 208 45.0 39 B100:T-5R5,6,7 480 208 45.0 40 B100:T-BDP10A 480 208 25.0 41 B100:T-BDP10D 480 208 25.0 42 B100:T-BME 480 208 45.0 43 B100:T-BPR1 480 208 15.0 44 B100:T-BR1,2,3 480 208 45.0 45 B100:T-BR10 480 208 30.0 46 B100:T-BR13 480 208 30.0 47 B100:T-BR4,5,6 480 208 75.0 48 B100:T-BR7,8,9 480 208 75.0 49 B100:T-C1R1,2 480 208 30.0 50 B100:T-C1R3,4 480 208 30.0 51 B100:T-C2R1,2,3 480 208 112.5 52 B100:T-C2R4,5 480 208 112.5 53 B100:T-C2W1 480 208 45.0 54 B100:T-C3R1 480 208 15.0 55 B100:T-C4R1,2 480 208 75.0 56 B100:T-C4R3,4 480 208 75.0 57 B100:T-C5R1,2 480 208 30.0 58 B100:T-CATHLAB 480 240 25.0 59 B100:T-DB1 480 208 15.0 60 B100:T-E1R1,2,4 480 208 75.0 61 B100:T-E1R16A 480 208 30.0 62 B100:T-E1R3 480 208 30.0 63 B100:T-E1R8 480 208 30.0 64 B100:T-E1RS 480 208 30.0 65 B100:T-E2R1,2 480 208 30.0 66 B100:T-E2WD1 480 208 75.0 67 B100:T-E3R1,2 480 208 30.0 68 B100:T-E4R1,2 480 208 30.0 69 B100:T-E4WR1,2 480 208 75.0 70 B100:T-E5R1,2 480 208 30.0 71 B100:T-EBDP7A 480 208 300.0 72 B100:T-EBDP9B 480 208 75.0 73 B100:T-EBPR1 480 208 15.0 74 B100:T-EBR1,2 480 208 30.0 75 B100:T-EBR10 480 208 75.0 76 B100:T-EQBC 480 208 30.0 77 B100:T-LS1R1 480 208 15.0 78 B100:T-LS2R1 480 208 15.0 79 B100:T-LS3R1 480 208 15.0 80 B100:T-LS4R1 480 208 15.0 81 B100:T-LS5R1 480 208 15.0 82 B100:T-LSBR1 480 208 15.0 83 B100:T-LSGR2 480 208 15.0 84 B100:T-PS4R1 480 208 6.0 85 B100:T-RL1 208 240 7.5 86 B100:T-RL2 480 208 75.0 87 B100:T-RP1,2 480 208 75.0 88 B100A:T-1DLSR1 480 208 15.0 89 B100A:T-1DT1 480 208 112.5 90 B100A:T-2DCR1 480 208 75.0 91 B100A:T-2DCR2 208 240 15.0 92 B100A:T-2DRDP 480 208 112.5 93 B100A:T-BDCR1 480 208 30.0 94 B100A:T-BDELV 480 208 15.0 95 B100A:T-BDLSR1 480 208 15.0 96 B100A:T-BDT1 480 208 45.0 97 B100A:T-BDT2 480 208 112.5 98 B103:T-N1D1 480 208 225.0 99 B103:T-NC1D2 480 208 75.0 100 B103:T-NE1R1 480 208 30.0 101 B103A:T-CL1 480 208 45.0 102 B103A:T-CL2 480 208 45.0 103 B103A:T-L1A 480 208 75.0 104 B103A:T-L2A 480 208 45.0 105 B103A:T-LSL1 480 208 15.0 106 B105:T-36L 480 240 15.0 107 B105:T-36P 480 240 30.0 108 B106:T-EMDPL 480 208 75.0 109 B106:T-EV 480 208 9.0 110 B106:T-MDPL 480 208 500.0 111 B106:T-PPH2-RA 480 240 10.0 112 B106:T-PPL1 480 208 9.0 113 B106:T-PPL2 480 208 9.0 114 B114:T-EML 480 208 15.0 115 B114:T-L 480 208 75.0 116 B20:T-20-1 480 208 112.5 117 B20:T-E8PBJ1A1 240 208 5.0 118 B20:T-E8PBJ1A2 240 208 5.0 119 B20:T-20L15 480 208 30.0 120 B22:T-LB1 480 208 112.5 121 B6:T-6LDP1 480 240 167.0 122 B6:T-6PDP1 480 240 150.0 123 B7:T-PP 240 208 45.0 124 B8:T-1P-A-1 240 120 5.0 125 B8:T-8LB1 240 208 15.0 126 B8:T-8PB2 240 208 112.5 127 B8:T-GR,GRA 240 208 75.0 128 B8:T-MHC265S 240 208 9.0 129 B9:T-9L21 480 208 45.0 130 B9:T-9EL23 480 208 30.0 131 B9:T-9L22 480 208 30.0 132 B9:T-9LDP 480 208 112.5 133 B9:T-T9ELDP 480 208 45.0 134 B9A:T-A-LDP 480 208 225.0 135 B9A:T-EDP 480 208 45.0 136 B9A:T-EDP1 480 208 45.0 137 BT36:T-36P2 480 208 75.0 ? ATTACHMENT # 1 ATS Name 1 B8;A-1 2 B22;A-TS1 3 B22;MTS-P1 4 B103;A-C 5 B103;A-E 6 B103A; LSATS 7 B103A; CATS 8 B106:A-1 9 B106:A-FP 10 B100:ATS-1 11 B100:ATS-2 12 B100:ATS-3 13 B100:ATS-4 14 B100:ATS-5 15 B100:ATS-6 16 B100:ATS-7 17 B100:ATS-8 18 B100:ATS-9 19 B9; 9ATS1 20 B9; 9ATS2 21 B9A;A-2 22 B9A;A-3 END

R--Face to Face Training ICD-10

Department of Veterans Affairs, Columbia (SC) VAMC | Published August 21, 2015  -  Deadline August 24, 2015
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ONLY HIM BPA HOLDERS FOR FACE TO FACE TRAINING, AUDITING AND VERA REQUIREMENTS PER STATEMENT OF WORK WILL BE CONSIDERED ELIGIBLE FOR AWARD. ISSUE DATE OF FBO NOTICE: 8/21/2015 CLOSING DATE OF FBO NOTICE: 8/24/15; 0800HRS EST. Performance Based Work Statement ICD-10 Provider Face-to-Face Training 1. GENERAL : The Contractor shall provide labor, equipment, materials, and transportation necessary to provide ICD-10 Provider Face-to- Face Training which consists of a general overview and specialty training in ICD-10 documentation guidelines and ICD-10 CM/PCS coding to the William Jennings Bryan Dorn Veterans Administration Medical Center in Columbia, South Carolina. 2. BACKGROUND: The WJBD VAMC and satellite outpatient clinics (CBOCS) located in Anderson, Greenville, Florence, Orangeburg, Rock Hill, Sumter, and Spartanburg encompasses primary, secondary, some tertiary care, acute medical, surgical, psychiatric, and long-term care. The main medical center is located in Columbia, South Carolina. 3. PEROID OF PERFORMANCE: To be determined but not later than 09/30/15 4. PLACE OF PERFORMANCE: William Jennings Bryan Dorn VA Medical Center (WJBD VAMC), 6439 Garners Ferry Road, Columbia, SC 29209. 5. PERFORMANCE REQUIREMENTS: a. Vendor shall provide Face to Face training, which consists of a general overview to ICD-10 coding and specialty training to be delivered on site by at least 2 credentialed HIM consultants. Dorn VAMC is contracting for 3 initial days of on-site training and an additional unit of 3 days to be completed either consecutively or at a time to be determined by the facility and the consultants. Dorn reserves the right to increase the number of days of training, which may not be consecutive to initial training days and realizes this may impact travel, training and per diem costs. Dorn will contract to up to six general sessions or four specialty sessions per day. A maximum of three different specialty presentations can be selected from as many as 12 presentations, per day. Some presentations may be multi-specialty based. Specialty or general presentations may be repeated, based on facility's need. b. HIM Consultants will hold either the AAPC or AHIMA credentials and a current ICD-10 CM/PCS Trainer Certificate from AHIMA. Up to three different specialty content presentations can be selected for each day. Vendor will agree to provide training via Power Point presentations and will be able to provide simulation of "real-patient processes" through Dorn's existing software. HIM Consultants will agree to have all sessions records through Dorn's Medical Media for future viewing, at no future costs through this contract or any other. c. All facility providers, to include ancillary care providers, will attend the general overview ICD-10 training and may attend the specialty sessions, as needed. There will be no limit to those who attends the sessions to be provided. d. Examples of content for multi-specialty areas/groups (12 in total): " Cardiology " Gastroenterology " Primary Care " Internal Medicine Hospitalist " Psychiatry and Behavioral Health " Physical Rehabilitation and Polytrauma " Orthopedic Surgery " General Surgery " Pulmonology " Urology " Emergency Medicine " Opthalmology e. Predetermined groups may consists of but may be subject to change based upon availability: Specialty Training Content: ___________Can also be attended by these Specialty Providers: Cardiology Internists, General Medicine Cardiac/Cardiothoracic Surgeons Primary Care______________________ Geriatric Internists, General Medicine Women's Health Allergy/Immunology Pain Medicine Internal Medicine Hospitalist ________Internist General Medicine Oncology Pain Psychiatry and Behavioral Health__Mental Health Providers to include Social Workers and counselors and other Behavioral/Mental Health providers General Surgery_________________ _ Any Surgical Specialty Emergency Medicine______________ Urgent Care Ophthalmology__________________ Optometry 6. Dorn VAMC will provide the following: a. Number of attendees is unlimited as long as training room space can accommodate the training. VA will provide equipment to facilitate training such as but not limited to: microphones, projection screen and projector, internet connection, if needed to facilitate training. The consultants may furnish their own laptops or Dorn VA may furnish laptops, to facilitate training. b. Medical Media is allowed during the presentation. c. Dorn will make CPRS, VISTA, or other VA software available to conduct training, i.e during simulation of test patients. 7. Contractor will provide credentialed HIM consultants and any training materials. 8. CONTRACT PERFORMANCE MONITORING: The government reserves the right to monitor services in accordance with the Quality Assurance Surveillance Plan (QASP). 9. POINT OF CONTACT: Contracting Officer's Representative (COR): Name: Jerry Jones Title: Supervisor, Record Room Department: Business Office/HIMS Telephone: 803-776-4000 x6283 FAX: 803-695-6847 Email: jerry.jones@va.gov 10. TERMINATION FOR CONVENIENCE: Subject to a 14 day advance notice, the Government reserves the right to terminate this contract for convenience if the need for this service changes or is no longer required. 11. INVOICES: a. Payment will be made upon receipt of a properly prepared detailed invoice, prepared by the Contractor and submitted through Tungsten Network (formerly known as OB10) http://www.tungsten-network.com/us/en/. A properly prepared invoice shall contain: " Invoice Number and Date " Contractor's Name and Address " Accurate Purchase Order Number " Supply or Service provided " Period Supply or Service Provided " Total Amount Due b. Please begin submitting your electronic invoices through the Tungsten Network for payment processing, free of charge. c. If you have questions about the e-invoicing program or Tungsten Network, contact information is as follows: " Tungsten e-Invoice Setup Information: 1-877-489-6135 " Tungsten e-Invoice email: VA.Registration@Tungsten-Network.com " FSC e-Invoice Contact Information: 1-877-353-9791 " FSC e-invoice email: vafsccshd@va.gov d. Web Address: HTTP://WWW.FSC.VA.GOV/EINVOICE.ASP 12. SECURITY/PRIVACY a. PERSONNEL SECURITY: The contractor and all personnel employed by the contractor shall be required to observe the requirements imposed on sensitive data by law, federal regulations, VA status and DE&S policy and the associated requirements to ensure appropriate screening of all personnel because of the inherent sensitivity of data at the facilities concerned and the level of security clearance carried by the Health Care Facility (HCF) personnel for the function under contract. The Contractor shall ensure that their personnel meet the above restrictions and that confidential and proprietary information shall be divulged only to those officers and officials of the VA Medical Center that ar authorized to receive such information. b. BACKGROUND INVESTIGATION: Contractor personnel performing work under this contract shall satisfy all requirements for appropriate security belonging to or being used on behalf of the Department of Veterans Affairs. To satisfy the requirements of the Department of Veterans Affairs, a low risk level Background Investigation (BI) shall be conducted prior to performing work under this contract. Appropriate Background Investigation (B)I) forms will be provided upon contract award, and are to completed and returned to the VA Office of Security and Law enforcement (OSL&E) within 30 days for processing. Access to VA protected health information and personally-identifiable information cannot be made available until the Security Investigations Center submits the investigatory packet to OPM for processing. At that time, the investigation is considered initiated" and access can be provided. Contractors and Contracting Officers/CORs will be notified by OSL&E when the BI has been completed and adjudicated. The investigation history for contractor personnel working under this contract must be maintained in the databases of either the Office of Personnel Management (OPM) or the Defense Industrial Security Clearance Organization (DISCO). Should the contractor use a contractor other than OPM or Defense Security Service (DSS) to conduct investigations, the investigative company must be certified b OPM/DSS to conduct contractor investigations. Further, the contractor shall be responsible for the actions of all individuals provided to work for the VA under this contract. In the event the damages arise from work performed by the contractor provided personnel, under the auspices of this contract, the contractor shall be responsible for all resources necessary to remedy the incident. c. PRIVACY TRAINING: All Contractor employees under this contract are required to complete the Privacy Awareness Training Course annually. Contactors must provide signed certifications of completion to the CO during each year of the contract. This requirement is in addition to any other training that may be required of the contractor. The Contractor shall complete the VHA Privacy Training at https://www.ees-learning.net. d. SYSTEM of RECORDS: The Veteran Administration system of records to which the contractor personnel shall have access to in order to maintain patient medical records is described annually in the Federal Register. Contractor personnel who obtain access to hardware or media which stores drug or alcohol abuse, AIDS , or sickle cell anemia treatment records or medical quality assurance records protected by code U.S.C 4132 or 3305, as defined by the Department of Veterans Affairs, shall have access only to those records absolutely necessary to perform their contractual duty for which access was obtained. Violation of these statutory provisions by the contractor or contractor employee as stated in agency regulations may involve imposition of criminal penalties. e. CONTRACTOR SYSTEM SECURITY: If personally-identifiable information is stored on IT equipment, the contactor shall ensure adequate LAN/Internet, data, information and system security in accordance with VA Standard operating procedures and Federal standards, laws and regulations as noted in VA Directive 6504, which can be obtained at www.va.gov. The contractor's firewall and web server must provide full desktop and laptop encryption on their systems. Any security violations or attempted violations shall be reported to the COR and VA Information Security Officer (ISO) immediately upon detection. The contractor shall adhere to applicable VA policies and procedures governing information security, especially those that pertain to certification and accreditation. Upon receipt, the contactor shall provide VA with access to information pertaining to the way in which the contractor maintains VA patient data and step taken on an ongoing basis to assure the privacy and security thereof. This includes, but is not limited to information regarding computer network architecture, configuration of firewall(s), routers, and other pieces of networking equipment, information about installed security software, and audits of patches of unknown security vulnerabilities. All relevant security-related patches and anti-virus updates must be installed within 15 days of initial release. f. The contractor will be required to execute a Business Associate Agreement with the Dorn VAMC. 13. RECORDS MANAGEMENT LANGUAGE FOR CONTRACTS: The following standard items relate to records generated in executing the contract and should be included in a typical Electronic Information Systems (EIS) procurement contract: a. Citations to pertinent laws, codes and regulations such as 44 U.S.C chapters 21, 29, 31 and 33; Freedom of Information Act (5 U.S.C. 552); Privacy Act (5 U.S.C. 552a); 36 CFR Part 1222 and Part 1228. b. Contractor shall treat all deliverables under the contract as the property of the U.S. Government for which the Government Agency shall have unlimited rights to use, dispose of, or disclose such data contained therein as it determines to be in the public interest. c. Contractor shall not create or maintain any records that are not specifically tied to or authorized by the contract using Government IT equipment and/or Government records. d. Contractor shall not retain, use, sell, or disseminate copies of any deliverable that contains information covered by the Privacy Act of 1974 or that which is generally protected by the Freedom of Information Act. e. Contractor shall not create or maintain any records containing any Government Agency records that are not specifically tied to or authorized by the contract. f. The Government Agency owns the rights to all data/records produced as part of this contract. g. The Government Agency owns the rights to all electronic information (electronic data, electronic information systems, electronic databases, etc.) and all supporting documentation created as part of this contract. Contractor must deliver sufficient technical documentation with all data deliverables to permit the agency to use the data. h. Contractor agrees to comply with Federal and Agency records management policies, including those policies associated with the safeguarding of records covered by the Privacy Act of 1974. These policies include the preservation of all records created or received regardless of format [paper, electronic, etc.] or mode of transmission [e-mail, fax, etc.] or state of completion [draft, final, etc.]. i. No disposition of documents will be allowed without the prior written consent of the Contracting Officer. The Agency and its contractors are responsible for preventing the alienation or unauthorized destruction of records, including all forms of mutilation. Willful and unlawful destruction, damage or alienation of Federal records is subject to the fines and penalties imposed by 18 U.S.C. 2701. Records may not be removed from the legal custody of the Agency or destroyed without regard to the provisions of the agency records schedules. 14. Any changes referencing the PBSW will be communicated to and approved by the contracting specialist/officer in writing throughout the life of the contract. 15. CODING REQUIREMENTS: WJB Dorn VAMC Proposed Workload Audit Type of Record to be reviewed Inpatient Patient Treatment File (PTF) Records Inpatient and Outpatient Surgical Encounters Outpatient Encounters (Primary Care and Designated Specialty Clinics) Surgical Workload Coding responsibility: HIM coding Staff ONLY FY 2015 Q1-Q2 - Total Surgical encounters (inpatient and Outpatient) - 1658 (10% to be audited (166)) Audit should include all coding staff and surgical Specialties listed below. Coding staff employee names: Need coding staff names from Laurice Hymes Surgical Specialties: Anesthesia ENT General Surgery GU GYN Orthopedic Plastic Surgery Thoracic-(only Q2 data-100% review) Inpatient PTF Coding responsibility: HIM coding Staff ONLY FY 2015 Q1-Q2 - Total Inpatient PTF Records - 2315 (15% to be audited (347)) Audit should include all coding staff and (Coding staff listed below) Coding staff employee names: Need coding staff names from Laurice Hymes Treating Specialties: A random sampling of all Medical Service areas within the Patient Treatment Files (PTF) to include but not limited to Medicine, Mental Health (psychiatry), rehab medicine, surgery, etc. A special focus within the Medicine service line for diagnoses of Pneumonia and heart failure. Non-VA (NVCC-FEE) PTF records will NOT be audited. Outpatient Encounters Coding responsibility: HIM coding Staff AND provider/Clinical Staff The HIM department validates 100% of all outpatient encounters that have a third party insurance carrier identified to the Veteran and the clinic has been flagged as a billable clinic; this is estimated to be approximately 20-25% of the Veteran population with the Dorn VAMC. There are outpatient clinics that the HIM staff will validate at a 100% depending on the workload volume of encounters with third party insurance ( i.e. Primary Care). All clinical/provider staff enters ICD9 and CPT/Evaluation and Management codes in to encounters. There will need to be an audit on the Coding staff and the clinic staff for identified stop coded areas. There will need to be a review of encounters validated by coders AND encounters only coded by clinical staff. The below are the outpatient auditing target areas. Service Line Stop Code Total Encounters 239,794 Primary Care 323 102,988 Dorn 323 Anderson 323 Florence 323 Greenville 323 Orangeburg 323 Rock Hill 323 Spartanburg 323 Sumter 323 Women's Clinic 322 3,111 Total for below 133,695 Cardiology- Cardiac Caths 329,333,369 Interventional Radiology 153 GI Eval clinics 307 GI - Procedures 321 Hepatitis Clinics 337 Pain Clinics 420 Optometry 408 Oncology 316 ENT 403 ID 310 Pulmonary - Procedures 104 Mental Health 502,509,510,512,513,533,534,548 HBPC 170,172 Emergency Department 130,131 Endo 305 Dermatology 304 Rheumatology 314 Orthopedic 409 Podiatry 411 The newly developed "COLUMBIA VA MOBILE CLINIC" Columbia Division will need a 10% audit of all encounters coded. FY 2015 Q1-Q2 - Total Encounters - 456 (10% to be audited (46)) Assumptions for Auditors Number of Charts Suggested Number of Charts Suggested % of Charts Surgical 166 166 100% of Total Inpatient Treatment File 347 347 100% of Total Outpatient 23,979 2,398 10% of Total Columbia VA Mobile Clinic (outpatient) 46 46 100% of Total Total 24,538 2,957 **** The outpatient encounters are primarily Evaluation and Management codes NOT procedures; therefore they should not have the same rate per chart as Surgery. The exception to this would be the Cardiac cath and interventional radiology clinics and we could move these under the surgery category for cost per chart. ****The Columbia VA Mobile clinic is primarily Evaluation and management coding with EKG's and echocardiograms. These should have the same rate per chart as outpatient encounters. External Auditing Service: A. The facility task order will specify the period of performance for all audit services. B. All medical coding audits conducted by the contractor shall be performed by an AHIMA or AAPC certified coding professional; i.e., CPC, CCS, RHIT, RHIA [CT: All of our auditors hold one or more of the specified credentials so this is not a problem if he adds this language.] B. External audits provide validation of the integrity, quality, and assignment of codes to the data contained in the Patient Care Encounter and inpatient Patient Treatment File at each medical center as evidenced by proper documentation of the care or service provided to the patient. External Audits of coded data will be performed on any of the Veterans Health Administration required coding activities (e.g., inpatient, outpatient, surgery). These audits will be performed separate from normal coding activities and will conform to the task order as developed by the site. These audits will address accuracy of coded data, health record documentation issues, to include recommended remediation of specific documentation deficiencies, process improvement and identify educational needs. Audit accuracy expectations are 95% and above. C. The contractor shall be responsible for reviewing all national coding guidelines, Veterans Health Administration Handbooks, Health Information Management Consolidated Patient Agreement Center Service Level Agreement, Veterans Health Administration Coding Guidelines, etc. as well as each facility's policies prior to commencement of an audit. References will be provided by the facility as needed. (we may want to speak with HIMs to acquire the facility level coding policies up front) [CT: This is part of the auditing planning meeting up front - language is not a problem] D. To ensure the review findings have value to the facility, the facility will specify the data collection elements to be captured for the audit. The contractor may submit a suggested data collection tool; any changes must be mutually agreed to/approved by the facility task order Contracting Officer. E. All reviews will utilize electronic auditing of the Computerized Health Record System whenever possible. Veterans Affairs and Non-Veterans Affairs records may be either scanned documents or hardcopy. The reviews will be conducted by remote data view and remote image view. Should the information not be contained in the Computerized Health Record System or Veterans Health Information Systems and Technology Architecture, the medical center will overnight the documentation to the vendor. F. A detailed project plan may be requested by a facility should the audit require a significant level of effort and expertise. If the plan elements are not spelled out in the task order, the project plan at a minimum should include: 1. Specific timelines for completing the audit 2. Timeframe for the facility reports 3. Number of reviewers G. If a sample size or the number of records to be audited is not stated in the task order the contractor shall develop a sample size that assures a 95% confidence level of accuracy for each of the auditing tasks specified on the task order, and should include inpatient hospitalizations, outpatient visits (E/M and Procedures), Ambulatory surgeries, and non-Veterans Affairs records (what are we asking for review here, NVCC??). [CT: I'm not sure what they are asking either " non-VA care"? Language in red is not an issue] The contractor shall submit with the proposal for each task order a detailed description of how they arrived at the sample size. At a minimum the sample size must include a review of the coding activities as specified on the task order and may include any or all of the following: inpatient hospitalizations, ambulatory surgery, diagnostic tests (endoscopy, bronchoscopy, cardiac catheterization, Percutaneous Transluminal Coronary Angioplasty, pulmonary function, radiology, laboratory, etc.), primary care, mental health, medicine sub-specialty, surgery, observation, neurology, and non-Veterans Affairs records [CT: Again, not sure if they mean "non-VA care?]. The facility may also provide a list of specific records to audit. H. Outpatient, Inpatient Professional, Surgery, and Inpatient facility Audits: 1. Audit includes Evaluation and Management, Common Procedural Terminology procedures, and International Classification of Diseases diagnosis codes. Encounters/quarter are identified by billed episode and then audited against these three criteria. If the encounter does not have a Common Procedural Terminology procedure code associated with the visit, then that data point is not audited. 2. Use the 1995 or 1997 Evaluation and Management guidelines as specified in the facility policy. Review the Evaluation & Management code to determine if correct and identify the reason(s) if not. (please ask Laurice to specify on this. The last MCM I was involved in I thought stated 1995 guidelines. I can look for the MCM on my return to work. HIM national made each facility determine which set of guidelines would be used. [CT: I have seen some specify that only the 1995 E/M Guidelines be used.. This is a local determination and is being provided as guidance to the auditors.] 3. Determine the accuracy and sequencing of the diagnoses coded and identify the reason(s) if not. 4. Determine the accuracy of Common Procedural Terminology/Healthcare Common Procedural Coding System codes and modifiers and the reason(s) if not accurate. 5. Inpatient review criteria may include: principal and secondary diagnosis code (accuracy, omission, etc.), Diagnosis Related Groups accuracy, correct Present on Admission assignment. 6. The contractor shall have a methodology for resolving coding questions by reviewers and ensuring inter-reviewer consistency and reliability. 8. The contractor will provide a valid reference source when an error is identified within a patient record. [CT: sounds vague with lot of room for interpretation but I don't think it would be an issue. We would have to discuss if there is any impact.] 7. The contractor shall review findings with Chief, Health Information Management, facility Contracting Officer's Representative, management, and other designated medical center personnel. Any discrepancies identified during this process must be resolved prior to final written report. 8. The contractor shall be responsible for conducting at a minimum an exit conference with management officials at the discretion of the medical center to be coordinated with the Contracting Officer's Representative at the facility. I. Reports on findings will be prepared to allow use by medical center staff in re-reviews, education or to provide management updates. Final report elements may be specified in the individual task order or developed with assistance from the facility Contracting Officer's Representative. Documentation of audit findings will be as requested by the facility and may include record ID, breakdown of record type (i.e., outpatient, inpatient, surgery), coder name (this is needed to provide one on one education to the coder), breakdown by code (Common Procedural Terminology, International Classification of Diseases, Evaluation and Management, modifier, etc.) of total number of codes reviewed; number of correct codes, accuracy rate, Diagnosis Related Groups reviewed (# correct; accurate); any code changes/errors and reason/reference for error; identified weaknesses and recommendation for correction. Also include any documentation issues/deficiencies and recommendation for improvement/remediation. [CT: I don't seen any issues with the additions to the paragraph.] J. The contractor shall provide a final written report to the facility Contracting Officer's Representative within 15 business days following the review(s). K. The contractor shall document in writing all records reviewed and provide such documentation to the facility Contracting Officer's Representative with the final report. L. Education Plan: To be included in the audit process, weaknesses identified during the audit shall be used to provide a facility specific education/training plan, based on Veterans Health Administration coding and documentation regulations and guidelines, and local policy to present to Veterans Integrated Service Network/Veterans Affairs Medical Center management officials, physicians/clinicians, sub-specialties if needed, and for Veterans Health Administration coding staff to include any recommended remediation. Plan shall be submitted to the local Contracting Officer's Representative within seven (7) calendar days following the audit. M. Task Two Deliverables: 1. Project Plan with description of sample size determination 2. Audit: Inpatient facility (Diagnosis Related Group) coding 3. Audit: Inpatient professional encounter coding including surgery coding 4. Audit: Ambulatory Surgeries [CT: I don't see an issue with this addition.] 4. Audit: Outpatient encounter/services coding 5. Report on audit results 6. Education Plan VERA VERA reviews will be conducted simultaneously with all selected records for coding reviews. The VERA review will identify any potential VERA Allocation loss associated with the documentation and/or coding of the chart. The VERA review will focus on the specified VERA Patient Classifications as defined on attachment A. (see attached) Additional VERA elements to the coding reviews: 1. Coding guidelines (documentation) supports the VERA models requirements for diagnosis codes being listed as Primary and secondary in an outpatient or inpatient record. 2. Verify ICD-9 codes that have a VERA allocation impact are entered in to the 501 screen within the PTF record.
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