01 - SOW- MBMV212832 - LED Lighting - North side of Base (1).pdf
Date Originally Posted
Aug. 11, 2021, 9:13 a.m.
BASE CIVIL ENGINEER MICHIGAN AIR NATIONAL GUARD BATTLE CREEK ANG BASE, MICHIGAN 49037-5567 STATEMENT OF WORK MBMV212832 LED LIGHTING – NORTH SIDE OF BASE 4 August 2021 1 | Page 1.1 Project Description: A. Background: The 110th Wing requires the replacement of ~20 year old fluorescent fixtures and lighting with energy efficient LED fixtures and lighting. The upgraded lighting are critical to the stability of the mission by reducing energy consumption footprint and utility costs in accordance with DOD and federal policies in Buildings 6911, 6916, 6923, 6925, and 6930(non-high bay spaces). The existing lighting system has high energy consumption costs and provides inadequate light to occupied and utilized spaces. The average CI for all electrical infrastructure is 78 with individual facilities as low as 62. Antiquated lighting is also costing extensive maintenance for bulb replacement and disposal. B. Purpose: The purpose of this project is to replace the existing interior lighting with Solid State Lights (SSLs)/Light Emitting Diodes (LEDs) luminaires for the 110th Wing, located Battle Creek Air National Guard Base (BCANGB), Michigan, in order to assist the installation meet current energy conservation policies and reduce energy consumption. C. Objective: Remove all fluorescent lighting fixtures (in non-high bay spaces), upgrade lighting and energy efficiency with LED fixtures, and dispose of materials in accordance with applicable laws. 1.2 Performance Period: A. The performance period for this contract shall be 120 calendar days from contract award to substantial completion. The Contractor shall commence all non-physical construction requirements of this contract; to include submittal of bonds and/or insurance documents, background investigation documents (as applicable), and material submittals within 10 calendar days after contract award. Notice to Proceed will be issued by the Contracting Officer upon acceptance of all required documents, submittals and receipt of Security clearances. Physical work shall only be allowed after the issuance of Notice to Proceed. B. Final completion shall occur no later than 30 days after substantial completion. Final completion includes, all site cleanup activities, punch list items, and closeout documents (see 1.7 Submittals). 1.3 Work Specifications: A. Contractor shall provide all labor, materials, tools and equipment necessary to: 1. Removal of old fluorescent and incandescent light fixtures a. The contractor shall remove the old fluorescent or incandescent fixtures and dispose off base and/or recycle per federal, state, and local policies. b. The contractor shall be responsible for properly disposing of, or recycling, all removed lighting fixtures and fluorescent bulbs and all other debris from new equipment installation. 2. Install new LED light fixtures a. The Contractor shall provide and install new energy efficient LED lighting fixtures as required throughout the buildings and portions of the buildings identified. 2 | Page b. The Contractor shall provide and install dimmer switches to offices, admin areas, shops, and other areas, as required. Multiple dimmers may be required in single rooms with several individual and different lighting banks controlled through wall switches. c. The contractor shall use and modify electrical infrastructure as required to meet the current National Electrical Code (NEC). The contractor shall replace or remove identified lighting fixtures on all existing locations indicated in project documents. d. The Contractor shall provide all quantities, types, and colors to include correct voltage and wattage as indicated in project documents and in accordance with the technical specifications. Contractor will be required to conduct a survey of each installation and provide a basic photometric model to validate requested wattage and Illuminating Engineering Society (IES) distribution patterns/foot candle requirements based on current Unified Facilities Criteria (UFC) standards within facilities. The Government will provide existing drawings, and lighting layout plans. No additional locations or movement of lighting locations will be authorized. Requested IES distribution pattern be based on current, new light fixture location as shown on project documents and/or descriptions. e. Contract is not asking for total re-design but best fit to current lighting layout. A majority of fixtures to be replaced are typical recessed, 4’ x 2’ fluorescent lighting (2, 3, or 4 bulb) fixtures and associated materials. Any differences in other types of fixtures will require a Request For Information (RFI) for alternates. All available record drawings will be provided upon request to the Contractor. They should not however, be considered “as-built”. These drawing files are provided without warranty or obligation as to the accuracy or information contained in the files. f. The Contractor shall provide prompt, written notification to the Contracting Officer concerning conflicts with, or recommended deviations from codes, laws, regulations, standards, and opinions of review officials as described above. No work altering OR increasing the scope of this contract shall be undertaken prior to receipt of written approval from the Contracting Officer. g. Contractor shall coordinate execution phasing with the building user. The building user will facilitate the moving of equipment and machinery in preparation for the Contractor to execute work. Some machinery will be left in place, as it is too large to move, if applicable. The Contractor shall install the new lighting around these equipment items, as necessary. h. The Contractor shall provide incidental removal and installation of each fixture at each lighting installation as requested in project documents for the completion of this project. i. Contractor will coordinate with building occupants to determine best methods, times, or other required considerations when requiring access to potential sensitive and/or secure spaces with higher access restrictions. Coordination with users will allow potential access without mission compromise or release of sensitive information. j. The contract will be bid by building. Below are the estimated numbers of light fixtures per building. Actual number of light fixture in each building should be verified by the contractor. 1. Building 6911: 135 Lights 3 | Page 2. Building 6916: 80 Lights 3. Building 6923: 390 Lights 4. Building 6925: 27 Lights 5. Building 6930: 255 Lights k. Luminaire Requirements 1. Lamp Life equal or greater than 100,000 hours with 70% lumen maintenance per IESNA. 2. All luminaires shall be the same CCT temperature. 3. IES testing reports must be supplied from the manufacturer and include all relevant information. 4. All luminaires shall be provided with a mounting hook 5. All luminaires shall be provided with a six foot cord and cap per NEC requirements 6. Some luminaires shall be provided with plug for the locations where existing receptacles are present. 7. Luminaires must be manufactured within one year of the date of installation 8. For current and future dimming requirements, use dimmable or bi-level drives compatible with standard dimming control circuits of 0-10V. Other dimming protocols must comply with Network Certification requirements. 9. SSL dimmers must be NEMA SSL 7A compliant to ensure that the electrical infrastructure is adequate to dim the luminaires without flicker or drop outs in the dimming range. 10. Shall be rated for ambient temperature range of -20 to 130°F 11. Color Temperature shall be 4000K. 12. Color Rendering Index shall be 85 or greater. 13. Complete fixture must deliver the light at no less than 65 lumens per watt as verified by an independent testing laboratory. 14. Shall accept power from 120-277 volts alternating current. 15. Shall have Die cast aluminum ballast casing with corrosion-resistant white powder coat finish 16. Total Harmonic Distortion less than 10%. 17. Shall have a power factor > 0.95 18. The reflector shall be of a high performance type and shall be designed to provide for maximum light output in the designed configuration. 19. The aluminum reflector shall maintain its reflectance for the life of the luminaire (10 years). 20. The bell housing reflector shall be manufactured domestically, with domestic raw materials of higher “lighting grade” quality and reflectivity or will be rejected. 21. Fixture shall incorporate a high efficiency parabolic insert, designed to maximize illumination while concurrently reducing glare. 22. Septum shall eliminate wasted light and increase delivered lumens, as required in fixture performance section below, as it relates to fixture efficiency and lumen output. 23. A heat resistant acrylic or polycarbonate lens shall be provided. Lens shall be removable and shall be secured to the lower door assembly by mechanical means. 4 | Page 24. Lens shall have impregnated UV stabilization and impact resistance stabilization to eliminate clouding of acrylic lens often cause by UV exposure, and or to mitigate damage from accidental misuse. 25. Lens shall have less than 2% haze. 26. The interior of the reflector shall have an Ultra Flux, or equal, coating with a white finish providing high reflectance over the full visible spectrum. 27. Finish shall result in high diffusion and evenly dispersed reflection as measure by 60 deg. gloss <8%. 28. Increased reflectivity shall net increased output enabling design of fixtures with lower energy costs for the same amount of lighting. 29. White reflective coating shall contain the following features: i. 97% or greater reflectance resulting in increased light output ii. Higher diffusion than aluminum or mirror finishes resulting in higher energy efficiency. iii. UV stabilized for anti-yellowing as well as low glare and uniform reflectance. Does not yellow with exposure to ultraviolet iv. Anti-static res… Show All