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Y--Irrigation Head Works Electrical Systems Upgrade -Conchas Dam

  Albuquerque, NM United States — Department of the Army, U.S. Army Corps of Engineers
Published August 30, 2015
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This contract action was accomplished using other than competitive procedures because a statute exists that expressly authorizes or requires that the acquisition be made from a specific source or through another agency (FAR 6.302-5); specifically, Sole source awards under the 8(a) Program. Per FAR 6.302-5 a J&A is not required for this award. The contractor shall provide new lighting within the Maintenance Room, Tunnel, and Gate Chamber, while leaving in place the existing historical lighting. The components of the historical lighting to be left in place include the conduits and switch boxes, and existing lighting will remain functional. The new lighting fixtures shall be 1 ft. x4 ft. fluorescent, commercial wrap around, gasket type (for moisture, and cool environments). This specified lighting shall be typical for all new lighting fixtures to be installed per this contract. The fluorescent lighting fixtures shall be two lamps and shall have high energy saving type ballasts, in NEMA- 3R enclosures. The lamps shall be 30 to 35 watts, high energy savings, and fast starting ballasts to provide 15 ft. candle illumination. These fixtures will be mounted on the concrete ceiling above the catwalk in the tunnel and on the ceiling in the stairway. For the Maintenance Room and Gate Chamber Room, lights will be mounted on the walls. Contractor shall utilize the existing conduits for the new lighting and install new light switches, wiring, and junction boxes as needed. Final selection of fixtures must be approved by the Corps of Engineers, COR/POC in consultation with the New Mexico State Historic Preservation Office (SHPO). 1.2 The tunnel light fixtures shall be installed at 20 ft. on center (approx 16 lights). The exact location of the lights shall be shown at scheduled site visit. The contractor will provide every third light fixture with a battery backup unit for emergency lighting, and make proper connections to the lighting circuit for the power reach. 1.3 The contractor shall install in the Maintenance Control Room area four (4) light fixtures, one at each wall, 10 to 12 ft. above finished floor. The Contractor shall coordinate with COR/POC for the exact locations. 1.4 The contractor shall install in the Gate Chamber Room six (6) lights total, two (2) fixtures on the east wall, two (2) fixtures on the west wall, one (1)fixture on the north wall and one (1) fixture on the south wall (all located 10 to 12 feet above the floor). 1.5 The contractor shall install one (1) light at the stairway, located midway of the length. 1.6 The contractor shall remove the existing 20 amps, 120 volt power receptacles in the Tunnel, Maintenance Control Room, and the Gate Chamber Area. Provide and install new 20 Amp, 120 volt, grounding type, weather proof in NEMA -3R, 3-wire Duplex, power receptacles. Locate outlets at every 40 ft. on center and 4 ft. above cat walk platform on both sides of the tunnel walls. The power receptacles shall be visible from the cat walk platform. They shall be complete and operational (Typical of 16). 1.7 Sump pump Power: The contractor shall provide and install a 30 Amp 3-pole breaker in the main distribution panel and extend the circuit in 1/2 inch conduit with wiring, 120/208 volts, 3-phase, 4-wire, plus ground power circuit to the Sump Pump location for power reach and make the necessary connections. Provide a NEMA-3R non- fusible safety disconnect (if adequate for this application) switch for the sump pump. Make all connections complete and functional in accordance with the NEC. 1.8 Power system: The contractor shall remove the existing 100 amps main load center (main distribution panel) and replace it with new 120/208 volt 3-phase 150 main breaker, full 42 - pole power panel board, with all new wiring and connections to all existing loads. The new150 amp power panel shall provide power to all required loads. It shall be complete and operational Per the NEC and shall have 25% spare capacity for future loads increases. Provide 4-20 amp new single pole spare breakers. Provide all new wiring as needed. The minimum wiring size shall be #12 AWG, THW or THHN. Install all new wiring to lighting, power sources, and receptacles. Replace the conductors if required. 1.9 Grounding and lightning protection shall be provided (designed and installed by a licensed electrical engineer competent in this work) for the entire facility exterior and interior. The lightning and grounding system shall be connected to the existing facility and all necessary components within the facility. 1.10 The contractor shall provide As-Built Drawings of his work. Two (2) sets shall be on electronic CD's and four (4) hard copy CADD sets. These drawings shall be reviewed by USACE.

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Fact Sheet

DATE
0830
YEAR
15
AGENCY
Department of the Army
OFFICE
U.S. Army Corps of Engineers
LOCATION
USACE District, Albuquerque
ZIP
87109
CLASSCOD
Y
NAICS
238210
OFFADD
USACE District, Albuquerque, CESPA-CT, 4101 Jefferson Plaza NE, Albuquerque, NM 87109-3435
SUBJECT
Y--Irrigation Head Works Electrical Systems Upgrade -Conchas Dam
SOLNBR
W912PP-15-T-0115
CONTACT
Glenda Kohlieber, 575-652-4135
AWDNBR
W912PP-15-P-0084
AWDAMT
$97,421.93
AWDDATE
082815
LINENBR
0001
ARCHDATE
09292015
AWARDEE
ENTERPRISE ELECTRICAL SERVICES, INC. (130102965) 9708 BELL AVE SE ALBUQUERQUE, NM 87123
DESC
This contract action was accomplished using other than competitive procedures because a statute exists that expressly authorizes or requires that the acquisition be made from a specific source or through another agency (FAR 6.302-5); specifically, Sole source awards under the 8(a) Program. Per FAR 6.302-5 a J&A is not required for this award. The contractor shall provide new lighting within the Maintenance Room, Tunnel, and Gate Chamber, while leaving in place the existing historical lighting. The components of the historical lighting to be left in place include the conduits and switch boxes, and existing lighting will remain functional. The new lighting fixtures shall be 1 ft. x4 ft. fluorescent, commercial wrap around, gasket type (for moisture, and cool environments). This specified lighting shall be typical for all new lighting fixtures to be installed per this contract. The fluorescent lighting fixtures shall be two lamps and shall have high energy saving type ballasts, in NEMA- 3R enclosures. The lamps shall be 30 to 35 watts, high energy savings, and fast starting ballasts to provide 15 ft. candle illumination. These fixtures will be mounted on the concrete ceiling above the catwalk in the tunnel and on the ceiling in the stairway. For the Maintenance Room and Gate Chamber Room, lights will be mounted on the walls. Contractor shall utilize the existing conduits for the new lighting and install new light switches, wiring, and junction boxes as needed. Final selection of fixtures must be approved by the Corps of Engineers, COR/POC in consultation with the New Mexico State Historic Preservation Office (SHPO). 1.2 The tunnel light fixtures shall be installed at 20 ft. on center (approx 16 lights). The exact location of the lights shall be shown at scheduled site visit. The contractor will provide every third light fixture with a battery backup unit for emergency lighting, and make proper connections to the lighting circuit for the power reach. 1.3 The contractor shall install in the Maintenance Control Room area four (4) light fixtures, one at each wall, 10 to 12 ft. above finished floor. The Contractor shall coordinate with COR/POC for the exact locations. 1.4 The contractor shall install in the Gate Chamber Room six (6) lights total, two (2) fixtures on the east wall, two (2) fixtures on the west wall, one (1)fixture on the north wall and one (1) fixture on the south wall (all located 10 to 12 feet above the floor). 1.5 The contractor shall install one (1) light at the stairway, located midway of the length. 1.6 The contractor shall remove the existing 20 amps, 120 volt power receptacles in the Tunnel, Maintenance Control Room, and the Gate Chamber Area. Provide and install new 20 Amp, 120 volt, grounding type, weather proof in NEMA -3R, 3-wire Duplex, power receptacles. Locate outlets at every 40 ft. on center and 4 ft. above cat walk platform on both sides of the tunnel walls. The power receptacles shall be visible from the cat walk platform. They shall be complete and operational (Typical of 16). 1.7 Sump pump Power: The contractor shall provide and install a 30 Amp 3-pole breaker in the main distribution panel and extend the circuit in 1/2 inch conduit with wiring, 120/208 volts, 3-phase, 4-wire, plus ground power circuit to the Sump Pump location for power reach and make the necessary connections. Provide a NEMA-3R non- fusible safety disconnect (if adequate for this application) switch for the sump pump. Make all connections complete and functional in accordance with the NEC. 1.8 Power system: The contractor shall remove the existing 100 amps main load center (main distribution panel) and replace it with new 120/208 volt 3-phase 150 main breaker, full 42 - pole power panel board, with all new wiring and connections to all existing loads. The new150 amp power panel shall provide power to all required loads. It shall be complete and operational Per the NEC and shall have 25% spare capacity for future loads increases. Provide 4-20 amp new single pole spare breakers. Provide all new wiring as needed. The minimum wiring size shall be #12 AWG, THW or THHN. Install all new wiring to lighting, power sources, and receptacles. Replace the conductors if required. 1.9 Grounding and lightning protection shall be provided (designed and installed by a licensed electrical engineer competent in this work) for the entire facility exterior and interior. The lightning and grounding system shall be connected to the existing facility and all necessary components within the facility. 1.10 The contractor shall provide As-Built Drawings of his work. Two (2) sets shall be on electronic CD's and four (4) hard copy CADD sets. These drawings shall be reviewed by USACE.
URL
https://www.fbo.gov/spg/USA/COE/DACA47/Awards/W912PP-15-P-0084.html
EMAIL
glenda.d.kohlieber@usace.army.mil
DESC
USACE District, Albuquerque

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