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Commodity:Construction Services, Electrical services
Description:Construction Services
BIDS ARE REQUESTED FOR: Electrical System Resiliency Project - Phase 2 - Generators Replacement, Located at 100 Queen Street W, Toronto

Questions About This Tender Should Be Directed In Writing To Max Parker At E-Mail Max.Parker@Toronto.Ca. The Last Day For Questions With Respect To This Tender Is Three (3) Working Days Prior To Closing.
CANCELLED - April 1, 2019
Call AwardCall number: 24-2019
Successful bidder
and contract amount:
CANCELLED
CANCELLED
Date awarded:Cancelled
Client division:Facilities Design & Construction
Issue date:January 25, 2019Closing date:March 8, 2019
at 12:00 Noon
Revised
Notes:5 Addenda
Tender 24-2019 NOIP.pdf (181 Kbytes) - Posted on 01/24/2019 03:36:52 PM
24-2019 - Viewing Copy.pdf (1658 Kbytes) - Posted on 01/24/2019 03:37:06 PM
24-2019 - Addendum No. 1.pdf (1326 Kbytes) - Posted on 02/15/2019 04:03:02 PM
24-2019 - Addendum No. 2.pdf (108 Kbytes) - Posted on 02/21/2019 02:14:05 PM
24-2019 - Addendum No. 3.pdf (7883 Kbytes) - Posted on 02/25/2019 03:37:24 PM
24-2019 - Addendum No. 4.pdf (125 Kbytes) - Posted on 02/26/2019 12:29:39 PM
24-2019 - Addendum No. 5.pdf (1017 Kbytes) - Posted on 03/01/2019 03:23:11 PM
Pre-bid meeting:Mandatory Site meeting to be held: February 7, 2019 at 10:00 AM local time

AT: Meet with the City representative at the front information desk of City Hall, Located at 100 Queen St W, Toronto.
Buyer:Parker, MaxPhone number:416-397-7251
Email:Max.Parker@toronto.caLocation:City Hall, 19th Floor West Tower
Non-refundable document fee:
$100.00 + 25.00 + 16.25 HST = $141.25

Security deposit:

Yes

Hide details for Scope of work:Scope of work:

This Tender Is For The Pre-Qualified Bidders Only. That Have Pre-Qualified From RTP No. 1201-17-5075.
Refer To Section 2, Article 2 Of This Tender Document.

SCOPE OF THE WORK

1. Technical Requirements

1.1. Electrical

1.1.1. Provide a total of four (4) new natural gas generators, complete with enclosures and associated components; three (3) stand-by 1350kW and one (1) life safety 750kW on West Tower 20th Floor
1.1.2. Disconnect and make safe three (3) existing diesel generators.
1.1.3. Provide one (1) new splitter for stand-by generators distribution.
1.1.4. Provide teck cable feeders from stand-by generators to splitter.
1.1.5. Provide bus duct feeders from splitter on West Tower 20th Floor to Main Utility Switchgear in the basement.
1.1.6. Provide two (2) new switchboards for life safety system distribution; one for West Tower 20th Floor and one for East Tower 26th floor.
1.1.7. Provide MI cable feeders between life safety switchgears on West Tower 20th Floor and new automatic transfer switches on East Tower 26th floor.
1.1.8. Replace three (3) automatic transfer switches, one for West Tower 20th Floor and two for East Tower 26th floor for life safety system.
1.1.9. Provide short circuit, coordination & arch flash studies.
1.1.10. Provide craning services for lifting four (4) new natural gas generators, complete with enclosures and associated components, steel platforms and other equipment as required to West Tower 20th Floor.

1.2. Mechanical

1.2.1. Remove and dispose existing four (4) cooling towers and associated pipes, connections and support structures from West Tower 20th Floor.
1.2.2. Provide gas pipes, connections and support structures from new Enbridge Gas station to generators on West Tower 20th Floor.
1.2.3. Provide fire wrap for gas pipes for life safety generator from new Enbridge Gas station to generator on West Tower 20th Floor.
1.2.4. Provide two (2) fire rated ventilation openings inside mechanical shaft containing the gas pipes for generators.
1.2.5. Provide hydronic pipes and fittings between generator engines and remote radiators.
1.2.6. Provide exhaust pipes and fittings from generator engine exhausts to above the West Tower roof.
1.2.7. Provide craning services for removal/disposal of four cooling towers, steel platforms and associated components from West Tower 20th Floor.

1.3. Architectural/Structural

1.3.1. Remove and dispose existing steel platform associated with four (4) existing cooling towers from West Tower 20th Floor.
1.3.2. Provide structural steel work and metal fabrication for four (4) new gas generator platforms on West Tower 20th Floor.
1.3.3. Provide stairs, handrails, and guardrails for four (4) new gas generator platforms on West Tower 20th Floor.
1.3.4. Provide waterproofing of West Tower 20th Floor as required for the installation of new gas generator platforms.
1.3.5. Provide concrete pad and enclosure for new Enbridge Gas station.

2. Specific Requirements

2.1. The facility is in operation 24 hours a day and 7 days a week. Regular business hours of operation is 7:00 a.m. to 10:00 p.m., five (5) days a week (Monday - Friday). Therefore, any construction work must not impact facility operations during regular business hours of operations.

2.2. All construction work undertaken shall not contravene the requirements of local noise and pollution by-laws and all other regulatory requirements. Any construction work that requires drilling, cutting, coring or hammering, must be undertaken after-hours (10:00 pm – 7:00 am) and/or weekends. No additional or overtime charges will be paid for the work performed after-hours and/or weekends.

2.3. All power shutdowns, facility systems shutdowns and systems changeovers are to be undertaken after-hours (10:00 pm – 7:00 am) and/or weekends. No additional or overtime charges will be paid for the work performed after-hours and/or weekends.

2.4. The Successful Bidder shall assign a project manager to the construction project in addition to site supervisor and support staff. The project manager will be the main point of contact for the City and for the consultant on this project, shall maintain complete involvement, coordinate with all stakeholders (internal and external to the City) and attend regular construction progress on-site bi-weekly meetings.

2.5. All work plans and schedules shall be presented to the Consultant, the City and all stakeholders for review, four weeks in advance, in order to establish an acceptable work plans and schedules. The proposed construction schedule shall include two independent construction work areas for each work period. The City shall approve one or both construction work areas. Contractor shall provide and maintain a two week look ahead schedule for work areas for the duration of the construction.

2.6. The Successful Bidder shall coordinate with the Consultant, the City and all stakeholders, internal and external to the City, prepare Method of Procedures (MOPs) for all power shutdowns, facility systems shutdowns and systems changeovers and submit for review, three weeks in advance.

2.7. Investigate the existing system, associated components and all tie-ins to the existing systems, sub-systems and facility for the scope of work in the contract. Identify exiting damages, non-functionality of equipment, systems and subsystems. Investigate for code compliance and approval requirements from Authorities having jurisdiction for the scope of work in the contract. Provide a Report of Findings & Recommendations to the Consultant & the City within four weeks, upon award of the contract.

2.8. The Successful Bidder shall coordinate with all government departments & agencies, authorities having jurisdictions and utilities such as the City's Building Department, ESA, TSSA, Toronto Hydro, Enbridge Gas, but not limited to, and organize all required inspections and approvals for the completion of construction work. It will be full responsibility of the Successful Bidders to ensure that all conditions of permits and approvals are met during construction work and all permits are closed.

2.9. The Successful Bidder is responsible to coordinate with other contractors at the facility and arrange for delineation in time and space as required for the completion of construction work. There could be multiple contractors performing work at the facility. No additional/overtime charges will be paid if the construction work is delayed because of coordination with other contractors performing work at the facility.

2.10. The Successful Bidder shall develop Construction Delineation Plan and implement to ensure that delineation in both time and space is established and maintained among two or more contractors. Additionally, ensure site coordination during construction work activities performed at the facility and that there is only one constructor (contractor) at the facility at any point in time in the construction work area.

2.11. The Successful Bidder shall coordinate with existing facility service contractors before power shutdowns, facility systems shutdowns and system changeovers and verify operational functionalities of systems/sub systems before and after power shutdowns, facility systems shutdowns and system changeovers. A list of service contractors will be provided to the Successful Bidder.

2.12. The Successful Bidder is responsible for any designated substance/asbestos removal required to facilitate the completion of the project. The City will arrange and pay for an independent consulting firm to oversee and supervise all abatement activities. The Prime Consultant shall coordinate the work between the Contractor and the independent consulting firm and is responsible for overall delivery of the project. All abatement work will follow City Policies/Procedures and Ontario Reg. 278/05.

2.13. The Successful Bidder shall perform topographical/locate services to identify underground utilities & structures before commencement of all civil/structural work on site, whether by hand, machinery or other.

2.14. The Successful Bidder shall attend regular construction progress on-site bi-weekly meetings. Sub-contractors must attend construction progress meetings to enable uninterrupted progress of the work.

2.15. The construction meeting agenda shall include but not limited to occupational health and safety, site coordination, construction schedule, two-week look-ahead schedule, work progress, submittals, request for information, site instructions, coordination with authorities having jurisdictions, progress payment, change orders and other.

2.16. The Successful bidder shall provide one or more temporary power generators, temporary distribution equipment, temporary cables/connections & fuel to back up all life safety, emergency, essential and required systems as identified by facility operations during all power shutdowns at the facility, because of construction work. If power shutdowns to the facility occurs during regular business hours of operation, 7:00 am to 10:00 pm, during weekdays (Monday – Friday) because of construction work then provide one or more temporary power generators, temporary distribution equipment, temporary cables/connections & fuel to back up full load of the facility.

2.17. The Successful Bidder shall submit all close-out documents to the consultant & the City in electronic and printed copy formats within 45 days of the issuance of substantial certificate. Provide electronic copies of all close-out documents to the consultant for prior review. Close-out documents submission includes, but not limited to, table of contents, as-built record drawings in pdf & AutoCAD format, shop drawings in pdf format, new asset & equipment list with detailed information as per City Template, test & commissioning reports, operation & maintenance manuals, warranty information, permits & approvals closure, final completion letter by engineers, spare parts list, contacts of general contractor, contacts of local distributors/suppliers, other specific documents and picture (as-built, construction, test & commissioning).

2.18. The Successful Bidder shall provide warranty for all equipment, materials & workmanship for a period of two years from the date of substantial performance of the contract and correct all defects reported/observed within reasonable timeline without any cost to the City. Attend a site visit and record any defects observed/reported ninety (90) days prior to the expiry of warranty period.

2.19. The Successful Bidder shall prepare traffic control plan and submit to the Consultant, the City and all stakeholders for review, three weeks in advance, in order to establish an acceptable traffic control for road access and access to the facilities during the construction work at the facility.

2.20. The Successful Bidder shall arrange and pay for Fire Watch and/or Security Watch during construction work as required or asked by the City or by the Consultant.

2.21. The Successful Bidder shall arrange and pay for parking. On-site parking may be granted if available. All on-site parking requirements shall be coordinated with the City two weeks in advance.

2.22. The Successful Bidder shall maintain occupational health and safety, existing exits and ensure proper and safe means of egress at all time.

DRAWINGS AND SPECIFICATIONS

The Tender Specifications and Drawings are available on CD to the bidders who have purchased the tender document. Bidders may pick up a copy of the CD from the Purchasing and Materials Management Division offices, 19th floor, West Tower, 100 Queen Street West during regular business hours (8.30 a.m. to 4.30 p.m.). Proof of Tender purchase will be required to pick-up the CD. The bidders who have not purchased the Tender document will have to do so before being given a copy of the CD.

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