0011820200 SOW Replace Electrical Ciruits and Retrofit Lighting.pdf


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SECTION 01 11 00

February 28, 2022


Pre-RFP Draft
Date: June 23, 2022

1.1.1. Project Title: Replace Electrical Circuits and Retrofit Lighting


1.1. Project Identification

1.1.2. IJO Number(s): DEJ206420J

1.1.3. Project Package Number(s): PS 2230

1.2. Description of Work

1.2.1. The Contractor shall supply all supervision, labor, equipment, and materials to perform all work in

strict accordance with the contract, this statement of work, and identified drawings to Replace
Electrical Circuits and Retrofit Lighting, Bldg. 7985.

1.3. Area Description

1.3.1. Location Bldg. 7985

1.3.2. Known Existing Site Condition

USACOE Forestry Section.

1.4. Principal Items To Be Accomplished

1.3.3. 7985 is a single story 4,461 SF facility on North Fort that was built in 1945. It currently houses the

1.4.1. Base Item CLIN 0001: Contractor shall Replace Electrical Circuits and retrofit Lighting Contractor shall repair by LED Retrofit Kit all fluorescent lighting in the facility, to include exit

lights. Retrofit kits shall include integrated LED that have a Correlated Color Temperature (CCT) of

4000K, a Color Rendering Index (CRI) of at least 80, and shall be listed as either Energy Star or
included on the Design Lighting Consortium (DLC) list. Remove all interior components of all recessed fixtures; this includes, but is not limited to;

ballasts, lamps, trim, tombstones, wire covers, and lenses. Replace interior components with LED Retrofit Kit. Contractor shall re-use the existing wiring
and conduit. If quick connect fittings are not installed on existing wiring, contractor shall install
quick connect/disconnect fittings prior to installing retrofit kit. Contractor shall remove all existing flush mounted receptacles and light switches and leave the
existing conductors abandoned in place. This shall be accomplished one circuit at a time. Contractor shall install new surface mounted raceway from existing panel board to old device

locations. EMT use above drop ceiling is authorized. Below drop ceiling, contractor shall use ivory colored nonmetallic wiremold and device boxes. Run new conductors and install 20 amp receptacles & switches. Conduits, boxes & fittings are NOT to be painted. Only compression type fittings and couplings are authorized for installation. New receptacles shall be labelled as to panel & breaker number supplied from. All conductors shall be copper and minimum size #12 AWG. All work shall comply with the latest edition of NFPA 70 & 70E Arc Flash Hazard Analysis: The Contractor must provide an Arc Flash Hazard Final Report per
NFPA 70E and per IEEE 1584-2004a and submit the Arc Flash Hazard Final Report to the DPW
Project Manager for review. The Contractor must provide and install new arc flash and shock
hazard labels per Code and per this Scope of Work. Labels must include the title Arc Flash and
Shock Hazard, hazard risk category, arc flash hazard boundary, flash hazard distance, minimum
PPE, shock hazard when cover is removed, glove class, limited approach distance, restricted
approach distance, prohibited approach distance, date the arc flash study was completed with
specific standard IEEE / code reference, specific equipment name for each label, the protective
device maximum trip time and location, and the name of the company who completed the arc
flash study with telephone number. The short circuit study report must have a company letterhead
coversheet with preparation details; provide preliminary calculations for the Arc Flash Hazard
Analysis; provide an up to date single line circuit diagram; provide calculations for the available
fault current from the utility or generator, maximum available bolted fault currents at each
location, minimum self-sustaining arcing current at each location; clearing times of all
overcurrent protective devices and must be prepared by a qualified person per Code.


2.1. Performance Period Requirements

2.1.1. The Contractor is required to commence work under this Contract within ten (10) calendar days

after the date of issuance of the Notice to Proceed (NTP) for the Base Item(s), prosecute the work
diligently, and complete all work on all Base Item(s) no later than 180 calendar days after the date
of issuance of the Notice to Proceed for the Base Item(s). The time stated for completion includes
final cleanup of the premises and submission of all required close-out documentation.

2.1.2. Blank copies of Government forms required by this SOW will be provided to the Contractor within

14 calendar days of award issuance. Examples of these forms include: daily reports, ENG Form
4025-R, HJB 229, etc.

2.2. Construction Phasing Requirements

2.2.1. Contractor shall coordinate all shut downs/outages with DPW.

2.3. Perform other work necessary

2.3.1. The Contractor shall be responsible for providing a complete and useable product/system and shall

be responsible for accomplishing all tasks incidental to the completion of the project
requirements. Requirements for a complete and useable product which are not explicitly called
out in the SOW but are reasonably discernable via any other method than destructive testing shall
be considered a requirement of the project/contract.


3.1. Project Submittal Requirements: All submittals shall be submitted electronically (emailed) to the
Government Project Manager (PM) in Adobe Acrobat .pdf format. An ENG Form 4025 shall
accompany each submittal. These forms will be furnished to the Contractor by the PM. The
submittal file name shall be in the format “Contract # – submittal #, submittal name” for example;
“0020-001 RTU”. Properly complete this form by filling out all the heading blank spaces and
identifying each item submitted. Drawings if required by the SOW shall be in ACAD format and a
second electronic copy in PDF format. The Government reserves the right to request submittals not
listed in this SOW; any submittals not listed in this SOW but requested by the Government shall
become a requirement of the project. Submittals requiring Government approval are to be scheduled
and made prior to the acquisition of the material or equipment covered thereby. Each submittal is to
be complete and in sufficient detail to allow ready determination of compliance with contract
requirements. Contractor shall check and approve all items prior to submittal and stamp, sign, and
date indicating action taken. Proposed deviations from the contract requirements are to be clearly

3.1.1. The Government reserves the right to require the Contractor to resubmit any item found not to
comply with the contract. This does not relieve the Contractor from the obligation to furnish
material conforming to the plans and specifications; will not prevent the KO from requiring
removal and replacement of nonconforming material incorporated in the work; and does not
relieve the Contractor of the requirements to furnish samples for testing by the Government
laboratory or for check testing by the Government in those instances where the technical
specifications so prescribe.

3.1.2. Government Approval. Government approval is required for critical materials, deviations,

equipment whose compatibility with the entire system must be checked, safety requirements, and
other items as designated by the KO. Government approval is required for any deviations from
the solicitation or accepted proposal and other items as designated by the KO. These deviations
must contain proper documentation stating why this deviation is necessary and why it is
beneficial to the Government.

3.1.3. Information Only. Submittals not requiring Government approval will be for information only. The

approving authority will not provide approval of information only submittals but shall provide
acknowledgement of receipt.

3.1.4. Variations. Variations from contract requirements require Government approval and will be

considered where advantageous to Government and/or overall project. Discussion with KO or

their representative (DPW PM, MICC CS, etc.) prior to submission will help ensure functional
and quality requirements are met and minimize rejections and resubmittals. Specifically point out
variations from contract requirements in transmittal letters. Failure to point out variations may
result in the Government requiring rejection and removal of such work at no additional cost to the
Government. When proposing a variation, deliver written request to the KO, with documentation
of the nature and features of the variation and why the variation is desirable and beneficial to
Government. In addition to documentation required for variation, include the submittals required
for the item. Clearly mark the proposed variation in all documentation. Check the column
"variation" of ENG Form 4025 for submittals that include proposed variations requested by the
Contractor. Set forth in writing the reason for any variations and annotate such variations on the
submittal. The Government reserves the right to rescind inadvertent approval of submittals
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