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BASE CIVIL ENGINEER
WASHINGTON AIR NATIONAL GUARD
106 41st DIVISION WAY
CAMP MURRAY, WASHINGTON 98430-5022

SPECIFICATIONS

Service HVAC Boiler Systems

PROJECT TITLE:

PROJECT NUMBER:

LOCATION:

DATE:

ETRD 222608

Camp Murray, WA

07 July 2022
UNITED STATES PROPERTY AND FISCAL OFFICER
WASHINGTON NATIONAL GUARD
32 QUARTERMASTER DRIVE
CAMP MURRAY, WASHINGTON 98430-5170

INDEX - 001

PART 1 - GENERAL REQUIREMENTS

Section

Title
01010
01011
01090
01210
01220
01300
01400
01500
01505
01506
01600
01700

Statement of Work
Summary of Work
Summary of Project
Reference Standards
Hazardous Materials
Confined Space
Submittals
Quality Control
Construction Facilities and Temporary Controls
Construction Waste Management
Recycling Estimating
Material and Equipment
Contract Close-out

PART 2 - TECHNICAL REQUIREMENTS

Section

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WASHINGTON AIR NATIONAL GUARD
106 41st Division Way
194th Wing, Civil Engineer Flight
Camp Murray, WA 98430-5022

STATEMENT OF WORK

ETRD 222608

Service HVAC Boiler System

Contracting Officer (KO)
SMSgt Justin Scherer
Phone: (253) 512-2178

DATE
05 Jul 2022

1 GENERAL REQUIREMENTS

1.1 PURPOSE (See detailed description of work in section 2)

The purpose of this project is to

1) Service HVAC Boiler system in building 101 (Primary)

2) Service HVAC Boiler system in building 855 (Additive/Option Bid)

3) Service HVAC Boiler system in building 109 (Additive/Option Bid)

2 DESCRIPTION OF WORK

2.1 SERVICE HVAC BOILER IN BUILDING 101 (Primary)

A. Drain and flush both the heating and chilled water systems with fresh water.
B. Flush and remove all bad glycol (until the conductivity is below 250 µmhos).
C. Clean all Strainers in both systems.
D. Add inhibited propylene glycol to achieve the desired freeze point (or a minimum of 20% by

volume),

E. Treat the system with Product 6426 (non-chromate, corrosion inhibitor) at a recommended
industry or OEM rate as applicable; if necessary, to bring the nitrite up to 1,000 ppm.

F. After the system has circulated for several days to become homogeneous check the pH and

adjust if out of range.

2.2 SERVICE HVAC BOILER IN BUILDING 855 (Additive/Option Bid)

A. Drain and flush both the heating and chilled water systems with fresh water.
B. Flush and remove all bad glycol (until the conductivity is below 250 µmhos).
C. Clean all Strainers in the system.

ETRD 222608, Service HVAC Boiler Systems

D. Add inhibited propylene glycol to achieve the desired freeze point (or a minimum of 20% by

E. Treat the system with Product 6426 (non-chromate, corrosion inhibitor) at a recommended
industry or OEM rate as applicable; if necessary, to bring the nitrite up to 1,000 ppm.

F. After the system has circulated for several days to become homogeneous check the pH and

volume).

adjust if out of range.

2.3 SERVICE HVAC BOILER IN BUILDING 109 (Additive/Option Bid)

A. Drain and flush both the heating and chilled water systems with fresh water.
B. Flush and remove all bad glycol (until the conductivity is below 250 µmhos).
C. Clean all Strainers in the system.
D. Add inhibited propylene glycol to achieve the desired freeze point (or a minimum of 20% by

volume).

E. Treat the system with Product 6426 (non-chromate, corrosion inhibitor) at a recommended

industry or OEM rate as applicable; if necessary, to bring the nitrite up to 1,000 ppm

F. After the system has circulated for several days to become homogeneous check the pH and

adjust if out of range.

2.4 NOTES

A. Contractor shall perform heating water testing by a third party qualified water treatment

contractor and develop a water treatment plan. Add chemicals per the treatment plan. Provide
testing results, treatment plan, and chemicals added as a submittal to the Government and
place in O&M. Clean all heating system strainers after system startup by manufacturer
representative but prior to chemical addition and final inspection (strainers: boiler loop, pump
strainers, air separator).

B. Generally the pH will be slightly high, and in those instances the pH should be reduced by

adding small amounts of Color-Guard acid solution.

C. As the glycol continues to breakdown the pH will drop further, until it eventually becomes

acidic. Corrosion on system components is accelerated once the pH falls below 8, and will
increase by orders of magnitude as it becomes increasingly acidic.

D. Government (Civil Engineer Flight) will submit a copy of the SDS documents prior to start of

work.

E. Contractor will provide the amounts of materials added to the system.
F. All spill will be reported to the COR immediately.
G. Nothing shall be discharged to the ground.

2.5 ATTACHMENTS

ETRD 222608, Service HVAC Boiler Systems

SECTION 01010
SUMMARY OF WORK

PART 1: GENERAL

1.01 SECTION INCLUDES

A. Contractor Use of Site and Premises
B. Permits, Fees, and Notices
C. Utility Locates
D. Indemnification of Government
E. Number of Items
F. Subcontractors
G. Discrepancies in Documents
H. Abbreviations/Definitions

1.02 CONTRACTOR USE OF SITE AND PREMISES

WA ANG Facilities:

Monday - Friday 0700 – 1600

A. The Contractor will have access to the work area during normal WA ANG work hours but may
have access to the following work hours with prior coordination. All Western WA ANG facilities will
not be accessible during Federal holidays plus one additional day. (e.g. holiday is on a Monday, the
Friday prior will be observed as a Federal holiday or holiday is on a Friday, the Monday after will be
observed as a Federal holiday).

B. Normal working hours will be reviewed at the Pre-construction Conference. The Washington Air
National Guard is on a 4-day, 10-hour schedule, Tuesday thru Friday; however, contractors may be
able to work with a five-day presence after prior coordination. The Contractor shall not work
outside the normal working hours without prior written approval by the Contracting Officer. Requests
to work outside the normal work schedule shall be provided not later than three workdays prior to the
date requested. The contractor shall not proceed with any work outside the normal schedule unless
approved by the Contracting Officer. Work outside the normal work schedule approved by the
Contracting Officer shall be at no additional expense to Government.

C. Utility Outages and Shutdown: The Contractor shall provide written notice to the Contracting
Officer at least 7 calendar days prior to any proposed utility interruption. The Contractor shall not
proceed with the interruption until authorized by the Contracting Officer.

D. Fire Prevention: The Contractor will assure that fire prevention actions are observed by all
employees, including sub-contractors.

E. Full Time Tenants. The Contractor shall work so as not to disrupt the full time tenant operations of
the base. This includes items such as utility outages, traffic routing, material storage locations, etc.

F. Regularly Scheduled Drill (RSD). One weekend per month is a military RSD for the Air National
Guard. On these weekends, there is a surge of off base personnel that come to work and train on the
base. The Contractor shall ensure that prior to these weekends the project sites are cleaned, unused
materials consolidated, open trenches filled or covered, maximum parking places are available, traffic
routes open, etc. The dates for the RSDs will be discussed at the Pre Construction Conference.

G. Installation Access.

1. Camp Murray is in compliance with the REAL ID Act of 2005. This means visitors presenting
drivers licenses and identification cards stating “Not Valid for Federal Purposes" or "Federal

Limits May Apply” will need to provide supplemental documentation to prove identity in order to
be issued a temporary installation pass.

a. The Department of Homeland Security (https://www.dhs.gov/real-id) offers a list of
acceptable identification options by state and territory.

b. If you do not have an ID card listed on the Department of Defense issued ID cards website
(https://www.cac.mil/), you must stop by the Visitor Control Center on Camp Murray to
receive a temporary visitor pass.

b. All persons requesting unescorted access will be vetted through the National Crime
Information Center, prior to being issued a visitor pass.

2. If a visitor requesting access does not have REAL ID Act compliant form of identification and
cannot provide supplemental identity proofing documents, they must be escorted at all times
while on the installation.

3. To expedite the screening process, visitors may complete a secure DBIDS pre-enrollment web
submission using the following link: https://dbids-global-enroll.dmdc.mil/preenrollui/#!/

4. Prior to entering the installation for the first time, individuals need to pick up their pass
documentation from the Visitor Control Center, located at the Main Gate. Allow sufficient time for
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