Teams Now Forming for Design Services to Correct Electrical Deficiencies

New Teaming Opportunity Available

Opportunity Details

End Customer:  
VETERANS AFFAIRS

Place of Performance:  
Within 50 miles of 600-698 Academy Alley, Baltimore, MD 21201, USA

Teaming Partner Requirements

Socio-Economic Status:  
Veteran Owned-Service Disabled

Industry/NAICS Code:  
541330 Engineering Services

General Details on this Teaming Opportunity 

This A/E Services contract is being procured in accordance with the Brooks Act (Public Law [PL] - 582) and implemented in by the Federal Acquisition Regulation (FAR) Subpart 36. Firms will be selected for negotiation based on demonstrated competence and qualifications for the required work. VA Maryland Healthcare System is seeking qualified A/E firms to furnish professional services to survey and design the existing emergency power distribution systems in several areas serviced by the "D-Quad" Riser and determine the extent of the deficiencies, and provide recommendations to correct the problems. A 120/208V electrical panel on the 4th floor, "4D-E2" that is supplying emergency power to equipment, devices, and sub-panels that require power far beyond the capacity of the panel. During emergency power and circuit breaker-testing, it was discovered that several of the circuit breakers serviced by panel "4D-E2" would trip when power switched from normal to emergency. It is suspected that the surge of power overloads the panels, causing outages which present potential issues during an emergency situation. The results of this Design Project will lead to a construction project that will address the deficiencies. Designs shall minimize electrical outages and disruptions to normal hospital activity.The scope of this project shall consist of, but not limited to: Surveying and inspecting the existing conditions of the emergency power distribution system. This includes the D-quad Rriser as well as other potentially-problematic risers. Coordinate all surveys and site visits with the VA COTR and Maintenance staff. Identify panels that feed sub-panels-both normal and emergency power-and determine if corrections are needed. Presenting findings of survey to VA COTR and Maintenance staff and discuss solutions.

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