Scope of work:
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SCOPE OF WORK:
2.2 PROJECT OVERVIEW
2.2.1 The following section is intended to provide the Proponent with an understanding of the specific parts of the project as developed by the City. Items not specifically listed, but required to provide fully functioning systems and to meet the intent of the City, are deemed to be included in the base scope.
a. Project Objective
The City is embarking on a comprehensive project to provide an installation and construction of stand-by generation and a new building at the R.L. Clark (Clark) Water Treatment Plant (Clark WTP). The new stand-by generators must provide sufficient capacity to power the Clark WTP for up to 72 hours during a main line power outage. This will allow the plant to maintain operational capability in a long-term power outage scenario.
The City requires the provision of engineering services for the studies, preliminary and detailed design, construction and post-construction engineering services, of the following key elements at the Clark WTP:
1. Design and installation of Standby Power generators with associated electrical systems and controls and to be fully integrated with the plant,
2. Provide design for demolition and removal of the two (2) existing emergency/essential power generators 200kW each located in the Raw Pumping Station building.
3. Design and construction of a new standalone permanent building that will house the new standby generators and fuel source (includes room for additional generators to meet future power requirements), and chosen solution for essential power; as well as, a new permanent roadway on the east-side of the Clark WTP that joins the existing road network for flow through traffic access throughout the facility,
4. HVAC system for the new building and its integration with the Clark WTP's current Building Automation System (BAS).
Miscellaneous related upgrades, as described in this RFP.
b. Project Schedule
1. The approximate timeline for this project is expected to be 60 months excluding the two-year warranty period. This is only the City’s suggested timeline. If the Proponent considers the timeline too short or too long, identify this in the Proposal. Within the Proposal, the Proponent is responsible for identifying a timeline that they are committed to accomplishing. Note that all proponents are to allow for a proposal review, award and contract execution period of a minimum of four months. The actual time for this period may be shorter or longer, depending on number of submissions, contract execution time, etc. As per section 2.4.12, the actual project schedule will be established with the successful proponent following award of contract.