SW-29552 - USA (Maine) - Design and Build HVAC System - Deadline December 17,2019

Product (RFP/RFQ/RFI/Solicitation/Tender/Bid Etc.) ID: SW-29552

Government Authority located in Maine; USA based organization looking for expert vendor for design and build HVAC system.

[A] Budget: Looking for Proposal

[B] Scope of Service:

(1) Vendor needs to provide design and build HVAC system.
- HVAC calculations shall be provided to confirm system sizing.
- Provide new HVAC systems. The HVAC System shall consist of new ductless split system heat pumps as manufactured by Mitsubishi, Hyper Heat Series or approved equal by Daikin. The system shall provide reliable heating down to -13 deg. F.
- The system shall include wall mounted evaporators at each of twelve functional spaces as directed by the City of South Portland. Each of the indoor evaporators shall include a rooftop mounted condensing unit-one for one system.
- The rooftop condensing units shall be mounted on appropriate stands to place the units out of the accumulated snow for winter operation. Mount stands on sleeper mounted perpendicular to roof framing. Sleepers shall be installed perpendicular to roof framing and shall extend such that minimum of 3 roof 4 roof joists are spanned. Provide a strip of walkway matt or 12 strip of membrane between the underside of the sleeper and the existing EPDM roof surfaces.
- The units shall include individual controllers for each zone to provide independent operation at each functional space.
- Include appropriately sized condensate pumps and drain lines to the extent required to route the condensate to approved drain receptors.
- It is the intent that the new heat pump units provide mechanical cooling throughout the cooling season and provide the primary source of heat throughout the heating season. The existing steam boiler shall remain operational and continue to provide back-up heating. Coordinate with the city of South Portland to adjust the heating setpoints at the existing thermostats as necessary to render the heat pumps as the primary heat source in a manner that maximizes the operating efficiency for the facility.
• Design criteria for occupied buildings:
- IECC, International Energy Conservation Code, 2009
- Maine Internal Plumbing Code – UPC 2015
- NFPA 1, Fire Code with amendments
- NFPA 30A, code for motor fuel dispensing facilities and repair garages
- NFPA 31, standard for the installation of oil-burning equipment
- NFPA 54, national fuel gas code
- NFPA 58, liquefied petroleum gas code
- HVAC system design to be based on 2017 ASHRAE fundamentals handbook climactic design
- Contractor shall pursue Efficiency Maine prescriptive for eligible equipment.
• HVAC control system:
- The control system shall utilize individual electronic space sensors to enable occupant control of terminal equipment in maintaining zone temperature and programming space occupancy schedules.
- Provide complete installation, programming, and troubleshooting. Allow for at least one change-of-season callback for adjustments.
- Provide controls, wiring, programming, installation, and startup per manufacturer’s recommendations.
- Provide a minimum of 8 hours of training by factory-trained field service technicians during the factory start up.
(2) A mandatory pre-bid meeting will be held on December 6, 2019  

[C] Eligibility:

- Onshore (USA Only);

[D] Work Performance:

Performance of the work will be Offsite. Vendor needs to carry work in their office location

Expiry Date : Tuesday, 17 December, 2019

Category : Software, System and Application

Country : USA

State : Maine

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