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Commodity:Professional Services, Engineering Services
Description:A Professional Independent Commissioning Agent and Measurement & Verification Agent for the New Net Zero Energy
This RFQ is to secure A Professional Independent Commissioning Agent and Measurement & Verification Agent for the New Net Zero Energy Mount Dennis Day Care at 1234 Weston Road, Toronto, Ontario
Call AwardCall number: 9917-18-7738
Successful bidder
and contract amount:
A Professional Independent Commissioning Agent and Measurement & Verification Agent for the New Net Zero Energy
WSP Canada Group Limited
Date awarded:May 1, 2019
Client division:Facilities Design & Construction
Issue date:December 12, 2018Closing date:January 23, 2019
at 12:00 Noon
Notes:2 Addenda
notice_intended_procurement.pdf (82 Kbytes) - Posted on 12/12/2018 02:42:46 PM
9917-18-7738 Viewing Copy.pdf (1986 Kbytes) - Posted on 12/12/2018 02:44:46 PM
Addendum 1 -9917-18-7738.PDF (76 Kbytes) - Posted on 12/19/2018 02:51:15 PM
9917-18-7738, Addenda 2.pdf (103 Kbytes) - Posted on 01/15/2019 03:16:15 PM
Buyer:Salim, AnselPhone number:416-392-7177
Email:Ansel.Salim@toronto.caLocation:City Hall, 19th Floor, West Tower
Non-refundable document fee:
$100.00 + 13.00 HST = $113.00

Hide details for Scope of work:Scope of work:

3.3.1. The Proponent will be taking on the role of a commissioning agent (CA). The Commissioning Agent will act as an independent third party on behalf of the City and shall report directly to the City project manager.
3.3.2. The primary roles of the Commissioning Agent are to develop and coordinate the executing of a commissioning plan and observe and document performance. The Commissioning Agent is to determine whether systems are functioning in accordance with the design intent and contract documents.
3.3.3. The Commissioning Agent is retained to objectively oversee the overall commissioning process on behalf of the City, confirm compliance with the requirements of the contract and best practice applications.
3.4 Scope Item A.1- Fundamental Commissioning- Planning Activities
3.4.1. Review all relevant Project Documentation. Review project documentation to become familiar with the design, including but not limited to: full construction drawings set, specifications, and energy modelling results to date.
3.4.2. Conduct a Design Document Review. The Commissioning Agent will review the design documents for inclusion of commissioning requirements and conformance with project requirements. The Commissioning Agent will provide formal feedback to the design team based on the design documentation review, so that these issues can be addressed with revisions to the construction documents. Review should address functionality, performance efficiency, maintainability, cost, indoor air quality, etc.
3.4.3. Develop a Commissioning Schedule. Provide a detailed critical path Schedule in MS Project format (or approved equivalent), indicating phases and completion- submitted for comment and approval by the City prior to commencement of works. The schedule is to be updated monthly and/or as requested by the City of Toronto Project Manager to ensure accuracy of project deliverables.
3.4.4. Chair a Commissioning Kick Off Meeting with key stakeholders to discuss the commissioning process goals, processes, and timelines.
3.4.5. Develop Commissioning Specifications. The Commissioning Agent will develop detailed Commissioning Specifications to be incorporated into the construction documents. These documents will detail the start-up and testing activities required by the General Contractor and sub-contractors, including verifying the installation and functional testing of the equipment to be commissioned. The Commissioning Specification will be incorporated into the final Commissioning Report.

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