1.06 Draft PWS N0020421RC021PK Washers Dryers Lease NASP 29Jul21.pdf
Date Originally Posted
Aug. 3, 2021, 11:50 a.m.
PERFORMANCE WORK STATEMENT (PWS) LEASE OF COMBINATION WASHER AND DRYER UNITS UNACCOMPANIED OFFICERS QUARTERS (UOQ) NAVAL AIR STATION PENSACOLA FL N0020421RC021PK 1.0 BACKGROUND Naval Air Station (NAS) Pensacola located on the Florida Gulf Coast supports the operational and training missions of tenant commands assigned; enhancing the readiness of the U.S. Navy, its sister armed services and other customers. NAS Pensacola employs more than 16,000 military and 7,400 civilian personnel; major tenant commands include the Naval Aviation Schools Command, Naval Air Technical Training Center, Marine Aviation Training Support Group 21 and 23, the Blue Angels, and the headquarters for Naval Education Training Command, a command which combines direction and control of all Navy education and training. 2.0 SCOPE / OBJECTIVE 2.1 NAS Pensacola requires to lease 202 brand new stackable washer and dryer combination units for the UNACCOMPANIED OFFICERS QUARTERS (UOQ) Bldg 4146 in support of its mission. The lease shall include maintenance and repair of the aforementioned washer and dryer units to ensure the equipment performs within Original Equipment Manufacturer (OEM) specifications. Additionally, the vendor is responsible for the removal of the old government-owned washer and dryer units as well as proper disposition of these equipment in accordance with existing local, state and federal laws, rules and regulations. 2.2 The objective is for NAS Pensacola Air Force UOQ to have continuous-uninterrupted availability of working and functional washer and dryer units for government personnel use in support of their mission. 3.0 TASKINGS 3.1 The vendor shall furnish all new stackable washer and dryer units, labor, supervision, material, repair parts, supplies, and equipment, and repair of washers and dryers as specified herein. The vendor shall be responsible to perform all necessary planning, estimation and measurements required to ensure the leased equipment will fit properly into the laundry spaces provided. 3.2 Vendor is responsible for the removal of all the old stackable washer and dryer combination units and transport them to NASP DRMO/DLA yard as scrap metal. Old stackable washers and dryers combination units will not leave the grounds of NAS Pensacola. 3.3 All stackable washers and dryers combination units will be furnished by the vendor and shall meet or exceed the following requirements: washing machines shall be new, home useable, multi-housing electric washing machines powered with (120 Volt), fully automatic clothes washers with a minimum capacity of fourteen (14) pounds. The washers shall be capable of washing, rinsing, spin-drying, and shutting off automatically when the door is opened during the spin cycle. Washers shall be Energy Star rated, have a temperature selector and be U.L. approved. 3.4 All stackable washers and dryers combination units will be furnished by the vendor and shall meet or exceed the following requirements: Dryers shall be new dryers, electric (4 wire nominal 120/240 volts, 60 HZ- 21 AMP A.C.), commercial motor and cabinet construction, minimum 6.00 cubic foot drum capacity, 3 selections for drying temperature, and a minimum of 60 minutes of timed drying. Dryer shall have overload protection, push button starting switch, a door switch to stop tumbling and heat when door is open, heating elements which shut off when motor stops, removable lint screen and standard dryer settings to include settings for permanent press fabrics, delicate, and heavy duty. Dryers shall be UL approved. Dryers shall have rigid aluminum dryer exhaust hose. 3.5 All stackable washers and dryers combination units shall be new machines without coin devices (coin-operated washers and dryers are not acceptable). All washers and dryers shall be white in color. Combination stackable units will have an anti-tilt device installed preventing injuries when moving. 3.6 Stackable unit must be able to fit within the following housing dimension of 76”H x 32”W x 33”D. Current installed model is Frigidaire Dryer Model FAQE701-LWO and Washer Model FAFW3801LW3. 3.7 The existing washers and dryers shall be removed and disposed of by the vendor, and the new washers and dryers shall be installed by vendor at NAS Pensacola. 3.7.1 The vendor is responsible for coordinating with the Contracting Officer’s Representative (COR) and/or designated representative for an onsite visit prior to the installation of the leased equipment to ensure correct electrical and ventilation/exhaust hook-ups are available in the building. 3.7.2 The Government shall provide hot and cold water connections, electrical outlets, exhaust vents, and drainage for the rental units within ten feet of the proposed locations of the washers and dryers. 3.7.3 Vendor shall provide and install washers and dryers as well as related labor, supplies and materials for the proper equipment hook-ups, and shall connect exhaust systems to Government discharge vents. When outside venting is not available, the vendor shall furnish and attach lint troughs to the venting hoses. 3.7.4 The vendor is responsible for coordinating with the Contracting Officer’s Representative (COR) and/or designated representative to arrange the installation schedule. 3.8 Vendor is responsible for the removal and proper disposal of work-related garbage and debris in accordance with existing local, state and federal laws, rules and regulations. 3.9 Vendor is responsible for the replacement of washer and dryer combination units deemed unrepairable at no additional cost to the government. 3.10 The vendor shall post basic operating instructions for the washers and dryers at each location. 3.11 Vendor shall post a professionally-made sign (at each location) containing the Government Technical Point of Contact (GTPOC) or Designated Representative’s Name and Telephone Number for personnel using the washers and dryers to report any problems with the equipment. The use of handmade or improvised signs is not acceptable. 3.12 Vendor shall provide the COR and GTPOC and Designated Representatives of a company telephone number and email to report any issues with the leased equipment and/or repair requests for the same. 3.13 The vendor shall respond to equipment repair request(s) submitted by the COR or GTPOC or Designated Representatives within two (2) business days of receipt. 3.13.1 The vendor shall perform/complete the leased equipment repairs within five (5) business days of reporting at no additional cost to the government. If the repairs cannot be made within five (5) business days of reporting, the vendor shall provide the COR and the GTPOC or Designated Representatives a written explanation for the delay and the estimated repair completion date of the same. 3.13.2 If the repairs cannot be made within ten (10) business days of reporting, the vendor shall provide and install a temporary or permanent replacement unit at no additional cost to the government. All replacement machines (temporary or permanent) shall be of the same age (or newer), model and capability of the machines being replaced. 3.13.3 The vendor and the COR and GTPOC shall create and maintain an electronic repair request log (i.e. spreadsheet) to keep track and history of the repairs made under this contract. The COR shall include this document with the annual vendor’s performance report. 3.13.4 The vendor’s repair request log (record) shall include but not limited to: specific machine number, location, time breakdown is discovered or reported, nature of failure and time and date of repair. Upon completion of work/repairs, the vendor provide a report to the COR and GTPOC. 3.14 The vendor shall perform periodic maintenance to the leased equipment in accordance with OEM recommendations at no additional cost to the government. 3.14.1 The vendor is responsible for the following including but not limited to: (a) The vendor shall service all strainers or screens on each machine as required for proper operation of the equipment (b) The vendor shall clean and wipe down each machine (including the rim under the lid of the washing machine) to ensure machines are free of dirt, grime, and build-up, clean the immediate area and remove all debris or trash each time a machine is serviced. (c) No more than 5% of the rental units in any building shall be out of service. All replacement machines shall be of the same age (or newer), model and capability of the machines being replaced. (d) Vendor shall maintain a stock of repair parts sufficient to allow quick repair of all washer and dryer equipment in the contract. (e) Vendor shall replace all missing parts (i.e. knobs, buttons, lint trap covers, doors/handles/vent hoses/dispenser cups, washer hoses, and electrical cords) for the duration of the contract. 3.15 Identification The vendor shall provide a distinctive nameplate, emblem, insignia, or other approved method of identification for each of his/her employees. This mark of identification (badge) shall be attached to an item of wearing apparel and shall be worn at all times while performing work under this contract so as to distinguish the vendor’s workers from Government employees. The vendor shall also furnish suitable identification for all company property, by marking or tagging to distinguish from Government-owned property. 3.16 The vendor shall have an insurance policy to cover all the washer and dryer units and their liability under this contract. Proof of insurance shall be provided to the COR within 10 business days of contract award. 4.0 EQUIPMENT SPECIFICATIONS All equipment shall meet specifications established by the U.S. Public Health Federation and National Sanitation Foundation and /or military authority having jurisdiction, and is subject to inspection by the installation medical authority. All electrically operated equipment shall be installed in accordance with the standards of the Nati… Show All