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Solicitation Details - MCC 7360 PLAN RPQ MECH 041- HVAC This Solicitation is expired.

Title  :   Weatherization Assistance Program - HVAC and Mechanical Ventilation
 
Opening Date  : 7/23/2019
 
Opening Time  : 02:00 PM
 
Announcement  Info  :   Scope of Work: (Contractor must obtain and submit all permits prior to performing any work.) GENERAL CONDITIONS Contractor is responsible for verifying all existing dimensions, quantities and job site conditions prior to submitting his/her bid. Contractor shall not place any debris or equipment on adjacent properties. Contractor must clean all areas affected by work under this Contract. All left over debris must be removed and disposed of by legal means. Property must be left in broom clean condition. All related construction items removed or replaced shall become the property of contractor unless prior agreement with Owner has been reached in writing and approved by County. Contractor shall be responsible for any damage done to Owner’s home, furnishings and personal property as a result of the work performed by Contractor under these Bid Specifications. The Contractor is responsible for scheduling and coordinating all subcontractor work. The Contractor shall provide all necessary materials, equipment and personnel who have the appropriate qualifications and experience to undertake the scope of work specifications. It is the Owner’s responsibility to remove and replace all personal property to facilitate the performance of the work. This includes, but is not limited to, furniture, rugs, curtains, and alarm systems. Contractor shall repair/relocate any phone wires that are affected by this work; Owner is responsible for all TV cables or satellite wiring. The work shall be complete in the time limit(s) specified and in accordance with the work specifications and plans. If there are any conflicts between the Owner and the Contractor, the requirements citied in the Work Specifications shall prevail. Exception: Contractor and Owner must receive written approval from the Homeowner Association or Condo Association for all work items. B. CHANGE ORDERS No changes will be permitted to the Contract Agreement unless in an emergency nature, code violations, a requirement by the Building Department or other instances as deemed necessary and executed by the Contractor and County prior to the start of the Change Order work. In the event a change order is required, the Contractor shall provide picture images of the work to be performed prior to the commencement of the change order work. • Change orders must be authorized by the Program in advance. Authorization can be initiated verbally (e.g. over the phone) but must ultimately be in writing and signed off by Contractor and Program staff. Only approved written change orders will be acknowledged upon invoicing. • Change orders must be comprised of measures on the unit price list, and will be paid at the same rates as the Contractor’s unit prices. C. CODES, ORDINANCES AND PERMITS All work to be performed in the Contract Agreement, including plans and bid specifications shall comply with all current building codes, ordinances, and permitting requirements from the County and/or applicable City. This includes the current Florida Building Code (F.B.C.) with the latest revisions. It is the Contractor’s responsibility to identify and pull all required permits. The installation of all materials and products shall be done in accordance with the manufacturer’s specifications and in accordance with the latest revised addition of the Florida Building Code, ordinances, permitting requirements, and Weatherization guidelines Contractors must inform the Project Manager if he/she is experiencing undue delays in the permitting process. D. BUILDING DEPARTMENT INSPECTIONS Building Department Inspections shall be as per Florida Building Code and Miami Dade County Building Code Work that has been concealed without a Compliance Inspection may result in payment delays or denial. Contractor shall be responsible for requesting all mandatory inspections as per Florida Building Code and Miami Dade County Building Code. E. WORKMANSHIP & MATERIAL STANDARDS The Contractor must perform work specified in the Work Specifications section in a high quality good workmanlike manner using specified materials or approved equals. Materials must 1) be high quality, 2) installed in accordance with manufacturer’s specs and 3) meet requirements of building inspectors. All “equals” must be submitted and approved by the Program Manager. Final decision on workmanship will be determined by the Project Manager and/or Inspector. F. WORK SCHEDULE Contractor shall schedule and coordinate work with the Owner between the hours of 7:00 am and 6:00 pm, Monday through Friday. Requests to work before or after these hours and on weekends must be approved by the Owner. The Owner shall provide the water and electric services necessary to accomplish this work. Work requiring a program inspection by a Project Manager can only be performed during normal business hours, Monday through Friday. The Contractor is responsible for scheduling and coordinating subcontractor work. The Contractor acknowledges that the Project Manager and Inspector shall perform pre and post inspections of all work performed. The Contractor must call and schedule a post inspection (Final Walk-Through) with the Project Manager. A ladder must be provided by the Contractor for the Inspector at the Final Walk-Through. Final and full payment for all work completed pursuant to the work specifications (as amended/modified, if applicable) shall be done upon completion of all inspections required by the program and the work has been deemed satisfactory. G. GENERAL WARRANTY Materials installed and work performed shall have a one-year Contractor warranty from the date of final acceptance of the work by the Owner and Project Manager. Roof warranties must be valid for a period of no less than five years from final completion date of all work required under this contract H. GENERAL CLEAN-UP Contractor is to provide clear and safe passageways in and around the structure during the project. Contractor to remove all debris and materials from in and around structure being repaired at the end of each work day. All shall be stored on site in a code approved storage container or dumpster and be legally dumped at a code approved dump or recycling center regularly and at the end of the project. In progress and final clean-up to include-but is not limited to-damp wiping, sweeping, mopping and vacuuming. I. PRIVATE AGREEMENTS It is understood that only the work contained in these permitted specifications shall be done. There shall be no private agreements of any kind between the Owner and Contractor other then as referenced in the County’s Invitation for bid. Scope of Work # 124 Pages 1 - 2 Folio # 18-3101-031-0390 Work Site Address: 8627 NE 1 Avenue A/C Duct Leak Repair: Provide all necessary materials and labor to repair and restore duct to properly functioning condition per code requirements. Patch/repair must be secure and match shape, texture and color of surrounding surfaces Materials ___________ Type: Large Leak Labor _____________ Location: ALL Location Quantity: 10 Install A/C Thermostat Furnish and Install programmable or digital thermostat. Old thermostat must be disposed of properly by contractor if thermostat contains any mercury material. Materials _________________ Type Smart Labor ____________________ Install Kitchen Exhaust Fan INSTALL KITCHEN EXHAUST FAN. All kitchens must have a minimum of 100 CFM on-demand fan which must be a vented range hood (1 zone maximum for continuous use). All exhausts must be ducted and must terminate to the outside or exterior of the residence. Labor & Materials maximum allowable cost $600.00. Materials _____________ Type Hood Labor ________________ Permit Fee ____________ PROVIDE AIR FILTER Remove and replace disposable pleated AC filter with a MERV rating of 7 or better and leave the extra with homeowner. Materials______________ Quantity 2 Labor__________________ TUNE UP CENTRAL A/C Materials________________ Labor __________________ Subtotal Materials: _____________ Subtotal Labor: ________________ Subtotal Permit Fees:___________ TOTAL PROJECT COST: ________ Work Order # 121 Pages 1 - 2 Folio # 01-3114-043-2200 Work Site Address 1238 NW 57 ST Air Conditioner: Replacement: Furnish and install Carrier or Rheem cooling and heating unit, high efficiency (13 seer or better at a minimum), connected to electricity as per code and manufacturer's specifications. • New poured concrete slab and straps for compressor and any permits required. • Provide supply lines. • Provide Freon lines and Freon Materials___________ Size 3 TONS Labor _____________ Permit Fee __________ A/C Duct Leak Repair: Provide all necessary materials and labor to repair and restore duct to properly functioning condition per code requirements. Patch/repair must be secure and match shape, texture and color of surrounding surfaces Materials ___________ Type: Moderate Leak Labor _____________ Location: See Plans Quantity: 4 Repair Drywall at wall Provide all material and labor necessary to close up, and patch hole to match adjacent surface area. Repair areas may be, but are not limited to, 1/2", 5/8", GWB, MRGWB, and or Duro Rock. Materials _____________ Location A/H Closet Labor ________________ Quantity 4 SQF PROVIDE AIR FILTER Remove and replace disposable pleated AC filter with a MERV rating of 7 or better and leave the extra with homeowner. Materials______________ Quantity 2 Labor__________________ Subtotal Materials: _____________ Subtotal Labor: ________________ Subtotal Permit Fees:___________ TOTAL PROJECT COST: ________ Work Order # 127 Page 1 Folio # 30-3103-019-0550 Work Site Address 9941 NW 21 Ave PROVIDE AIR FILTER Remove and replace disposable pleated AC filter with a MERV rating of 7 or better and leave the extra with homeowner. Materials______________ Quantity 2 Labor__________________ TUNE UP CENTRAL A/C Materials________________ Labor __________________ Subtotal Materials: _____________ Subtotal Labor: ________________ Subtotal Permit Fees:___________ TOTAL PROJECT COST: ________ Work Order # 125 Pages 1 - 2 Folio # 30-3102-010-0140 Work Site Address 1447 NW 100 ST Air Conditioner: Replacement: Furnish and install Carrier or Rheem cooling and heating unit, high efficiency (13 seer or better at a minimum), connected to electricity as per code and manufacturer's specifications. • New poured concrete slab and straps for compressor and any permits required. • Provide supply lines. • Provide Freon lines and Freon Materials___________ Size 3 TONS Labor _____________ Permit Fee _____________ A/C Duct Leak Repair: Provide all necessary materials and labor to repair and restore duct to properly functioning condition per code requirements. Patch/repair must be secure and match shape, texture and color of surrounding surfaces Materials ___________ Type: Small Leak Labor _____________ Location: All Location Quantity: 7 Install A/C Thermostat Furnish and Install programmable or digital thermostat. Old thermostat must be disposed of properly by contractor if thermostat contains any mercury material. Materials _________________ Type Smart Labor ____________________ PROVIDE AIR FILTER Remove and replace disposable pleated AC filter with a MERV rating of 7 or better and leave the extra with homeowner. Materials______________ Quantity 2 Labor__________________ Subtotal Materials: _____________ Subtotal Labor: ________________ Subtotal Permit Fees:___________ TOTAL PROJECT COST: ________ Work Order # 118 Pages 1 - 2 Folio # 30-4904-002-0060 Work Site Address 15073 SW 8 ST Air Conditioner: Replacement: Furnish and install Carrier or Rheem cooling and heating unit, high efficiency (13 seer or better at a minimum), connected to electricity as per code and manufacturer's specifications. • New poured concrete slab and straps for compressor and any permits required. • Provide supply lines. • Provide Freon lines and Freon Materials___________ Size 3.5 Labor _____________ Permit _____________ A/C Duct Leak Repair: Provide all necessary materials and labor to repair and restore duct to properly functioning condition per code requirements. Patch/repair must be secure and match shape, texture and color of surrounding surfaces Materials ___________ Type : MODERATE LEAK Labor _____________ Location: BATH1, HALLWAY UTILITY, BEDR4 Quantity 4 Install Energy Recovery Ventilator INSTALL ENERGY RECOVERY VENTILATOR (ERV). Whole building ventilation must be installed in a dwelling unit to provide indoor air quality that is acceptable to human occupants. Ventilator requirements are 40 to 50 CFM's continuous flow and a rating of 1 zone or less. Contractor must follow program guidelines and information provided by the ASHRAE 62.2 VENTILATION red calculator report in order to achieve the required ventilation CFM rate. (Referenced Panasonic Model Number FV-04VE1 or equivalent equipment). Labor & Materials maximum allowable cost $1,100.00. Materials _____________ Location Center of Home Labor ________________ Permit Fees ____________ PROVIDE AIR FILTER Remove and replace disposable pleated AC filter with a MERV rating of 7 or better and leave the extra with homeowner. Materials______________ Quantity 2 Labor__________________ Subtotal Materials: _____________ Subtotal Labor: ________________ Subtotal Permit Fees:___________ TOTAL PROJECT COST: ________ Work Order # 123 Pages 1 -2 Folio # 30-6901-008-0570 Work Site Address 19843 NW 118 Ave Air Conditioner: Replacement: Furnish and install Carrier or Rheem cooling and heating unit, high efficiency (13 seer or better at a minimum), connected to electricity as per code and manufacturer's specifications. • New poured concrete slab and straps for compressor and any permits required. • Provide supply lines. • Provide Freon lines and Freon Materials___________ Size 4.5 TONS Labor _____________ Permit _____________ Install Energy Recovery Ventilator INSTALL ENERGY RECOVERY VENTILATOR (ERV). Whole building ventilation must be installed in a dwelling unit to provide indoor air quality that is acceptable to human occupants. Ventilator requirements are 40 to 50 CFM's continuous flow and a rating of 1 zone or less. Contractor must follow program guidelines and information provided by the ASHRAE 62.2 VENTILATION red calculator report in order to achieve the required ventilation CFM rate. (Referenced Panasonic Model Number FV-04VE1 or equivalent equipment). Labor & Materials maximum allowable cost $1,100.00. Materials _____________ Location CENTER OF HOME Labor ________________ Permit Fees ____________ PROVIDE AIR FILTER Remove and replace disposable pleated AC filter with a MERV rating of 7 or better and leave the extra with homeowner. Materials______________ Quantity 2 FILTERS Labor_________________ Subtotal Materials: _____________ Subtotal Labor: ________________ Subtotal Permit Fees:___________ TOTAL PROJECT COST: ________ Work Order # 122 Folio # 30-6007-003-0040 Work Site Address 11488 SW 214 ST Air Conditioner: Replacement: Furnish and install Carrier or Rheem cooling and heating unit, high efficiency (13 seer or better at a minimum), connected to electricity as per code and manufacturer's specifications. • New poured concrete slab and straps for compressor and any permits required. • Provide supply lines. • Provide Freon lines and Freon Materials___________ Size 2.5 Labor _____________ Permit Fee _____________ A/C Duct Leak Repair: Provide all necessary materials and labor to repair and restore duct to properly functioning condition per code requirements. Patch/repair must be secure and match shape, texture and color of surrounding surfaces Materials __________ Type: Moderate Labor _____________ Location: all Location Quantity: 5 Install A/C Thermostat Furnish and Install programmable or digital thermostat. Old thermostat must be disposed of properly by contractor if thermostat contains any mercury material. Materials _________________ Type Smart Labor ____________________ Install Energy Recovery Ventilator INSTALL ENERGY RECOVERY VENTILATOR (ERV). Whole building ventilation must be installed in a dwelling unit to provide indoor air quality that is acceptable to human occupants. Ventilator requirements are 40 to 50 CFM's continuous flow and a rating of 1 zone or less. Contractor must follow program guidelines and information provided by the ASHRAE 62.2 VENTILATION red calculator report in order to achieve the required ventilation CFM rate. (Referenced Panasonic Model Number FV-04VE1 or equivalent equipment). Labor & Materials maximum allowable cost $1,100.00. Materials _____________ Location Center of home Labor ________________ Permit Fees ____________ PROVIDE AIR FILTER Remove and replace disposable pleated AC filter with a MERV rating of 7 or better and leave the extra with homeowner. Materials______________ Quantity 2 Labor__________________ Subtotal Materials: _____________ Subtotal Labor: ________________ Subtotal Permit Fees:___________ TOTAL PROJECT COST: ________ COMMENTS: In accordance with Miami-Dade County Implementing Order 3-9, Accounts Receivable Adjustments, if money is owed by the Contractor to the County, whether under this Contract or for any other purpose, the County reserves the right to retain such amount from payment due by County to the Contractor under this Contract. Such retained amount shall be applied to the amount owed by the Contractor to the County. The Contractor shall have no further claim to such retained amounts which shall be deemed full accord and satisfaction of the amount due by the County to the Contractor for the applicable payment due herein.
 
Technical  Certification  :   AIR CONDITIONING LIMITED AIR CONDITIONING UNLIMITED
 
CodeDescription
031 AIR CONDITIONING, HEATING, AND VENTILATIN
 
 
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