|PCB Transformer Replacement Program MC2015-17|
|Type of Post|
|Request for proposals|
|University of Washington|
|Link to original solicitation|
|Bid Close: Date and Time|
|August 23, 2016 3:00pm|
|Specific instructions: bid closing, mandatory meeting, bonding, insurance…|
|Pre-bid site meeting August 11, 2016 at 10:00am at I Court Rotunda.
Bid Bond required from all bidders.
Payment and Performance Bonds and Insurance are required from the successful low bidder.
|Subcontractor / Supplier Goals, Set Asides, Preferences|
|Voluntary goals of 10% MBE and 6% WBE. Participation may be on a direct basis or as a subcontractor or supplier.|
|Scope of work|
|This project modifies the Seattle campus electrical-power distribution system serving the Magnuson Health Science T-Wing building. Work will remove three (3) medium voltage transformers and re-feed equipment from an alternate power source. Transformer removal will involve abating/demolishing dielectric oil containing polychlorinated biphenyls (PCB) at low concentrations. Medium voltage conductor from transformers to associated disconnects will be removed. Conduit and low voltage wire will be used to re-feed T-Wing central equipment that had been served from the removed transformers. The installed conduit and wire will route through campus utility tunnels from T-Wing east transformer room to T-Wing central transformer room.|
|Point of contact – Please include their name, job title, phone, fax, and email address.|
|Affiliated Engineers NW, Inc.
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