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Inspection/Leak Testing & Maintenance/Repair of Air Conditioning and Ventilation Equipment in Goose


 
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  Reference Number 430433
  Solicitation Number F5211-170174
  Organization Name Fisheries and Oceans Canada
  Source ID FD.DP.QC.10077.864569.C87433
  Associated Components Yes

Dates

  Published 2017-11-22
  Revised
  Closing 2018-01-04 02:00 PM Atlantic Standard Time AST

Details

  Category Construction Services
  GSINS 5161B: HEATING, VENTILATION AND AIR CONDITIONING MAINTENANCE & INSPECTION SERVICES
H100AB: MATERIALS INSPECTION AND QUALITY ASSURANCE, INDUSTRIAL PRODUCTS
  Region of Delivery Newfoundland and Labrador
  Region of Opportunity Newfoundland and Labrador
  Agreement Type
  Tender Type Request for Proposal (RFP)
  Estimated Value
  Solicitation Method

Notice Description

  Inspection/Leak Testing & Maintenance/Repair of Air Conditioning and Ventilation Equipment in Goose

Scope of Work
The work will consist of three (3) distinct portions of work:

Portion 1

1.1 The work is the bi-annual inspection and leak testing, two (2) inspections per year for the item covered in the Large Cooling Equipment > 5.4 Refrigeration Tons (RT) Capacity section of the Halocarbon Inventory as outlined in Section E for each of the facilities outlined in Section A, Part 3 are to be completed.

1.2 The contractor must provide all necessary labour, materials, tools and equipment to carry out the Bi-Annual Inspections/Leak Testing on the equipment as per the corresponding Halocarbon Inventory located in Section E.

Portion 2

1.1 The work is the annual inspection of each of the items covered in the Mid-range Cooling Equipment < 5.4 Refrigeration Tons (RT) and Small-range Cooling Equipment <5 Refrigeration Tons (RT) Capacity section of the Halocarbon Inventory as outlined in Section E for each of the facilities outlined in Section A, Part 3.

1.2 The contractor must provide all necessary labour, materials, tools and equipment to carry out the Bi-Annual Inspections/Leak Testing on the various equipment as per the corresponding Halocarbon Inventory located in Section E.

Portion 3

1.1 The contractor must perform Repair and Maintenance when required of the all of the items as per the corresponding Halocarbon Inventory located in Section E for each of the facilities outlined in Section A, Part 3.

NOTE: Halocarbon Inventory attached in Section E must be used as reference guide only.

2. Contractors Responsibilities:

2.1 The contractor must perform any necessary repairs and/or maintenance of all components as outlined in this specification on an as required basis.

2.2 The contractor must connect to the Energy Management and Control System now installed in some units. If any additional installation of the Energy Management and Control System is required by the Department on existing units, the installation will be considered extra to this contract and the responsibility of the Department.

2.3 The contractor’s employees are to familiarize themselves with the facilities in order to carry out work without the assistance of the FM (Facilities Manager/Technical Authority).

2.4 The contractor and all its employees must familiarize themselves with, and adhere to the Contractor Awareness document located in Section D, which forms part of the departmental Procedure for the Management of Halocarbons.

2.5 The procedure above will be provided to the contractor as a hard copy, and as an electronic copy for reference upon contract award. The procedure provides references to the requirements of the Canadian Environmental Protection Act (CEPA), Federal Halocarbon Regulations (FHR), 2003.

2.6 The contractor must complete all required documentation as per CEPA, FHR, 2003.

http://laws-lois.justice.gc.ca/eng/regulations/SOR-2003-289/index.html

2.7 The contractor must submit an electronic report via email in Microsoft Word format on the Bi-Annual inspection/leak testing results/findings. This will identify the work required along with a cost estimate for any possible repairs.

2.8 The contractor must supply all parts and labor, for the duration of the contract with the exception of:

All fan motors over ˝ horsepower

Compressors

Evaporator Coils

If the above listed equipment requires replacement, it will be the responsibility of the Department.

3. Areas of Work (Labrador)

Fox Harbour St. Lewis, NL

Goose Bay MCTS, NL

These buildings will be occupied. Work must progress with minimal impact on the operation of these buildings. The down time of systems affected are to be kept to a minimum of three (3) days and coordinated with the FM in advance.

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Contact(s)

Client Agency

  Name LaForge, David
  Company Name Fisheries and Oceans Canada
  Address 200 Kent St.
  City Ottawa
  State / Province ON
  Postal Code K1A 0E6
  Phone (613)993-1009
  Fax (613)991-1297
  Email
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