Control Building Specs 69kV Pryor City 3 Substation 2015 Update

Control Building Specs 69kV Pryor City 3 Substation 2015 Update
GRDA
69kV Pryor City 3 Substation
Technical Specifications
For
Control Building
May 2015
TABLE OF CONTENTS
Section
Subject
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2.0 APPLICABLE STANDARDS ........................................................................................... 3 3.0 GENERAL DESCRIPTION ............................................................................................... 3 4.0 DESIGN, CONSTRUCTION AND MATERIALS............................................................ 3 4.1 GENERAL .................................................................................................................. 4 4.2 SERVICE CONDITIONS ........................................................................................... 4 4.3 BASE ........................................................................................................................... 4 4.4 FLOOR ........................................................................................................................ 4 4.5 FRAME ....................................................................................................................... 4 4.6 WALLS ....................................................................................................................... 5 4.7 ROOF AND CEILING ................................................................................................ 5 4.8 DOORS ....................................................................................................................... 6 4.9 TRIM ........................................................................................................................... 6 4.10 STAIRS AND LANDINGS ........................................................................................ 7 4.11 WEATHER PROOFING............................................................................................ 7 4.12 INSULATION ............................................................................................................ 7 4.13 FINISHES ................................................................................................................... 7 4.14 HVAC .......................................................................................................................... 8 5.0 ELECTRICAL .................................................................................................................... 8 5.1 AC SYSTEM ............................................................................................................... 8 5.2 DC SYSTEM ............................................................................................................... 9 5.3 LIGHTING AND RECEPTACLES .......................................................................... 10 5. 4 WIRING .................................................................................................................... 11 6.0 AUXILIARY EQUIPMENT ............................................................................................ 11 6.1 BATTERY EXHAUST FAN .................................................................................... 11 6.2 DOOR ALARM SWITCH ........................................................................................ 12 6.3 SMOKE/HEAT DETECTOR ................................................................................... 12 6.4 EMERGENCY EYE WASH ..................................................................................... 12 6.5 FIRE EXTINGUISHERS .......................................................................................... 12 7.0 GROUNDING .................................................................................................................. 12 8.0 CABLE TRAY.................................................................................................................. 13 9.0 ERECTION/INSTALLATION......................................................................................... 13 10.0 TESTING AND CHECKOUT.......................................................................................... 13 11.0 SHIPMENT....................................................................................................................... 14 12.0 DOCUMENTATION ....................................................................................................... 14 13.0 APPROVAL ..................................................................................................................... 15 14.0 WARRANTY ................................................................................................................... 15 15.0 ACCEPTANCE OF EQUIPMENT .................................................................................. 15 16.0 TERMS OF PAYMENT AND CONDITIONS ................................................................ 16 17.0 EVALUATION of BIDS .................................................................................................. 16 GRDA – Control House Specification
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1.0
SCOPE
This specification presents a general description, design criteria and the construction requirements
for factory fabricated Substation Control Building for housing control/monitoring equipment.
2.0
APPLICABLE STANDARDS
The design, material, manufacture, testing and performance of the Control Building shall meet the
requirements of the applicable sections of the latest revisions of the standards listed below:
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3.0
ANSI
AISC
NEMA
IEEE
UBC
NEC
MBMA
NFPA
SSPC
OSHA
AISI
ICEA
ASTM
SBC
BOCA
IBC
American National Standards Institute
American Institute of Steel Construction
National Electrical Manufacturers Association
Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers, Inc.
Uniform Building Code
National Electric Code
Metal Building Manufacturers Association
National Fire Protection Association
Steel Structures Painting Council
Occupational Safety and Health Administration
American Iron and Steel Institute
Insulated Cable Engineers Association
American Society for Testing and Materials
Southern Building Code
Building Officials & Code Administrators
International Building Code
GENERAL DESCRIPTION
3.1 The Control Building consists of a coordinated grouping of electrical distribution, control,
and supervisory equipment contained within an all-weather enclosure. The Control Building
is delivered to the customer's site as a pre-designed, factory assembled and tested unit.
3.2 The Control Building is a factory fabricated metal enclosure with environmental control, and
is specifically designed to house selected Control/Monitoring equipment.
3.3 The completed Control Building shall be suitable for shipment to the customer's project site.
The Control Building shall be designed and fabricated so the fieldwork at the installation site
is minimized.
3.4 Construction of the Control Building shall be performed in the highest manner of
workmanship using only new and unused, top quality materials. The Control Building shall
be guaranteed against defects in materials and workmanship for one (1) year from the date of
shipment.
4.0
DESIGN, CONSTRUCTION AND MATERIALS
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4.1
4.2
GENERAL
4.1.1
The basic design and construction of the Control Building shall be as described
in the following paragraphs. The Control Building dimensions and arrangement
shall be as shown on Purchaser’s drawing.
4.1.2
For seismic requirements the structure of the Control Building shall be designed
and constructed to safely support the seismic loads specified in section 1605.4 of
the 2000 International Building Code. A structural analysis report prepared by a
Professional Engineer registered in the State of Oklahoma must be submitted.
SERVICE CONDITIONS
The Control Building shall perform satisfactorily when installed outdoors. The Control
Building shall be suitable for installation in a 49 Degree C (120 Degree F) maximum
temperature, -10 Degree C (14 Degree F) minimum temperature, and at an elevation
below 1000 feet.
4.3
4.4
BASE
4.3.1
The Control Building base shall be all welded construction of ASTM A-36
structural steel members, sized and arranged for proper strength and durability,
and shall be able to withstand the stress and loads which will result when lifting
the completed factory fabricated Control Building. The base structural members
shall not interfere with or obstruct the areas designated for routing of power
cables or control wiring.
4.3.2
Deflection during lifting shall not exceed 0.50 inches per 10 feet. Base shall be
designed for mounting on concrete piers provided by Purchaser.
4.3.3
The base shall have removable lifting/jacking devices to facilitate handling and
installation. The normal lifting for transportation and installation shall be by
means of a crane making a single point lift using suitable rigging.
FLOOR
4.4.1
4.5
The Control Building floor shall be a minimum of 1/4-inch steel plate welded to
the perimeter members and to the cross members of the base. The floor loading
shall be rated not less than 100 pounds per square foot distributed load, or a
1300-pound load concentrated in a 2½ square foot area located anywhere in the
Control Building.
FRAME
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4.5.1
The Control Building shall have a complete, internal, self-supporting, structural
steel frame which does not rely on the exterior panels or roof cover panels for
any of its structural strength or framing. The entire building shall be framed with
4-inch structural grade steel to provide moment resisting welded connections at
base to walls, side walls to end walls, and walls to roof, so as to minimize overall
deflection, twisting, and elastic instability during lifting and transporting.
4.5.2 All wall openings, such as doors, windows, etc., shall be similarly framed with 4inch steel. All frame connections shall be welded.
4.6
4.7
WALLS
4.6.1
The height from floor to ceiling shall be 120 inches. The exterior and interior
walls shall be 16 gauge paint quality galvanized steel, and shall consist of formed
vertical panels. The nominal thickness of the wall, including the required frame
structure shall be 4 inches.
4.6.2
The walls shall be designed to withstand wind loading of up to 125 miles per
hour.
4.6.3
The walls shall be designed and assembled to allow for future lateral expansion
of the Control Building.
4.6.4
The walls shall be designed to allow control and power cables to come into the
building. Refer to control house layout drawing for hole locations. After cable
installation, construction contractor shall seal the penetrations using materials
provided by building contractor per Section 4.11.4.
4.6.5
Interior walls, supporting panels, and structurals, shall be designed so that
interior loads of 400 pounds per linear foot of wall length may be attached to the
wall without compromising the 125 MPH design wind loads.
4.6.6
Butted seams are not allowed. All openings in walls are to be structurally framed,
sleeved, trimmed, and provided with external drip caps.
4.6.7
Should damaged exterior wall panels need to be replaced, the frame design will
facilitate replacement without disrupting the integrity of the roof and adjoining
wall panels or adjacent walls.
ROOF AND CEILING
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4.7.1
4.7.2
4.8
4.9
The exterior roof shall be 12 gauge paint quality galvannealed steel panels with
fully welded seams. The roof design load (dead load and live load) shall be rated
for a minimum of 80 PSF. The roof shall be gabled with a minimum of 3:12 pitch
to both sides. The roof shall be designed to support interior or exterior
equipment loads without compromising the roof load design. The roof is to
include a matching, die-formed ridge cap, and a fully supported 3” overhang.
Roof trusses shall consist of formed 12 gauge (up to 12 Ft. Wide) or 10 gauge
steel sections. Trusses shall be sloped to provide a minimum 3:12 pitch and have
a 1-1/2” upper and lower horizontal flange for attachment of equipment.
4.7.3
The ceiling shall consist of formed 16 gauge paint quality galvannealed steel
panels attached to the trusses. The ceiling assembly shall be designed to retain
the insulation and to provide a smooth ceiling surface.
4.7.4
Two (2) louvered ventilation openings shall be provided, one at each end of the
Control Building roof structure, to prevent condensation in the attic space.
DOORS
4.8.1
The Control Building shall have one (1), 96 by 48-inch single doors. When
specified, different size doors and/or removable wall sections above doors shall
be provided to allow for future addition or removal of equipment.
4.8.2
All doors shall open outward and have a minimum swing of 105 degrees.
4.8.3
Doors shall be 18 gauge, double wall steel construction with R-15 thermal
insulation, reinforced for closure and rim, and hinge preps for three 4” x 4”
hinges per door. Doors shall have a fire rating of 1-1/2 hour class B.
4.8.4
Provide “Sergeant” brand low-profile rim device type panic interior openers,
with cylinder lock keyed entry and thumb latch exterior for each door.
4.8.5
All locks shall be keyed to match the standard GRDA substation building key.
Lock and door hardware shall be stainless steel.
4.8.6
Provide stainless steel ball bearing hinges, minimum of three (3) per door, and a
hydraulic closer with hold-open arm for each door.
4.8.7
Provide weather-stripping around each door and a drip shield above the door.
4.8.8
Door shall be factory primed and painted with epoxy enamel to match the
building or the trim.
TRIM
4.9.1 The exterior trim package shall include stepped or boxed eave, rake, fascia, base,
corner, jamb, and header trim in 26 gauge galvannealed steel material with owner’s
choice of standard colors.
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4.9.2 The interior trim shall include a complete matching trim system including base,
jamb, header, and ceiling trim.
4.10
STAIRS AND LANDINGS
The Manufacturer shall provide access stairs and landings with integral handrails for each
exterior door per OSHA and NFPA 101B. The Control Building base will be set on piers
approximately 12-24” above final substation grade.
4.11
WEATHER PROOFING
4.11.1 All Control Building joints shall be designed to minimize the loss of conditioned
or pressurized air and to prevent entry of rain, sleet, snow or moisture.
4.11.2 All wall seams and areas where metal to metal contact is made shall be liberally
caulked. All roof seams are completely welded.
4.11.3 All building openings shall be constructed, sealed, and protected in a manner that
prohibits the entry of rodents, snakes, and other small animals.
4.11.4 Provide weatherproof exterior enclosures as required to cover vertical
cable trays and cable tray entrances into the building. Enclosure shall be
of the same wall panel and roofing materials as used for the remainder of
the building. Provide extra insulation material (to be installed by others)
for sealing the entry holes in the wall after cable installation is completed.
4.12
INSULATION
Three and one-half inch (3-1/2”) fiberglass insulation providing R-14 value shall be
provided in the walls with R-21 insulation in the ceiling or roof. Sagging of wall or roof
insulation shall be prevented with metal retainer strapping fastened as required. R-21
floor insulation shall be provided using 6” battery insulation. The walls and ceiling shall
have a vapor barrier.
4.13
FINISHES
Exterior and interior color coatings shall be baked on finishes. Exterior finish shall meet
the following minimum performance standards after 10 years of continuous exposure.
4.13.1 Panels shall show no evidence of blistering, peeling or chipping.
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4.13.2 Panels shall not show surface caulking in excess of the No. 8 rating when
measured in accordance with ASTM D-4214.
4.13.3 Panels, after cleaning, shall not show color change in excess of seven (7) NBS
units when measured in accordance with ASTM D-2244.
GRDA shall choose colors for the interior and exterior finishes from the standard colors
available for the building. Bidder shall include color samples available for the building
with the bid documents.
4.14
HVAC
Heating, ventilating, and air conditioning (HVAC) equipment shall be sized and provided
by Manufacturer. HVAC equipment size shall be based on maintaining an interior
temperature range of 60 - 80 degrees F, taking into consideration the heat load of present
and future equipment and the site conditions. One unit shall be supplied and capable of
maintaining an interior temperature range of 60 - 80 degrees F. HVAC equipment shall
consist of self contained wall mount units, complete with supply and return grilles,
lockable circuit breaker or disconnect switch, manual thermostat, barometric fresh air
damper, and a one-inch disposable air filter. The following controls shall be supplied:
high-pressure controls, low pressure control, low ambient control, compressor anti-cycle
relay, and alarm relay. Condenser and evaporator coils shall be phenolic coated, when
specified. The design calculations shall be submitted with the bid.
5.0
ELECTRICAL
The Manufacturer shall provide all electrical equipment and associated material as described in
this article, and as shown on the control building layout drawing, and the AC and DC drawings.
All electrical equipment, and associated wiring, shall be designed and installed in accordance
with the provisions of the National Electrical Code. All material shall be UL listed.
5.1
AC SYSTEM
The AC system shall include one AC panel board.
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5.1.1 AC Panel board
All AC panel boards provided shall be Square D. I-line type HCN series, singlephase, three-wire, top fed, and rated for service entrance use. Each panel board
shall be rated 240V with 120 tap service 200 amps, and 65kA IC. AC panel
boards shall be provided with 200 amp main lugs, and positions for 60 single-pole
branch circuit breakers. Branch circuit breakers shall be rated as shown on the AC
drawing. Buses shall be copper. One bolted ground bar and one insulated neutral
bus shall also be provided. The cabinet shall be NEMA Type 1, suitable for
indoor use and surface mounting.
Each circuit installed by the Manufacturer’s electrical contractor shall have its
corresponding breaker labeled by location and description on the inside panel
cover.
There is one (1) AC panel board, see drawing S242BWZ02, required and
mounted at the location shown on the control building layout drawing. The panel
board will contain the following breakers:
AC Panel board 1
200A – 2 pole – Quantity of 1
60A – 2 pole – Quantity of 1
40A – 2 pole – Quantity of 6
40A – 1 pole – Quantity of 2
30A – 2 pole – Quantity of 3
20A – 2 pole – Quantity of 7
20A – 1 pole – Quantity of 24
5.2
DC SYSTEM
The DC system will have a DC battery bank, 2 tier rack, battery charger, and fuse
disconnect switch.
5.2.1 DC Panel board
DC panel boards shall be Square D. HCN series, two-wire, top fed, and rated for
service entrance use. Panel board shall be rated 125/250 volts DC, 300 amps, and
10kA IC. DC panel board shall be provided with main 225 A lugs only, and with
positions for sixty single-pole branch circuit breakers. All branch circuit breakers
provided shall be two-pole, “bolt-on”, and rated as shown below. Buses shall be
copper. One ground bar shall also be provided. The cabinet shall be NEMA Type
1, suitable for indoor use and surface mounting.
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There is one (1) DC panel board, see drawings S242BWZ01, required and
mounted at the location shown on the control building layout drawing. The panel
board will contain the following breakers:
DC Panel board 1
100A – 2 pole – Quantity of 1
60A – 2 pole – Quantity of 1
40A – 2 pole – Quantity of 9
30A – 2 pole – Quantity of 6
20A – 2 pole – Quantity of 13
5.2.2 DC Battery Charger
The battery charger shall be 240VAC – 1 Phase Input – 130VDC 50 amp output.
Unit shall be designed for float and equalization charging modes. Charger shall
be manufactured by C&D and suitable for wall mounting. The unit shall have at
least the following alarms:
a.
b.
c.
d.
High DC voltage
Low DC voltage
Loss of AC source
Any additional alarms that come standard with the unit
5.2.3 DC Distribution Batteries
The DC batteries shall be of the lead-acid type rated 100A for one minute to
1.75VPC with a 100AH rating. The batteries shall be manufactured by C&D,
4JC-100. The DC batteries shall be mounted in a battery rack installed upon an
acid-impervious plastic or fiberglass containment tray. Battery rack shall be
placed along one wall of the control building. Battery rack shall be two-tiered.
Rack shall not be anchored to the wall.
5.3
LIGHTING AND RECEPTACLES
5.3.1
Interior lighting shall consist of open type, 4 ft., two-tube industrial grade
fluorescent fixtures that provide 40 foot candles of light at a level three
feet above the floor. This lighting shall be controlled by a three-way
switches located near the door. Florescent light fixtures shall not be
installed above the cable trays.
5.3.2
Exterior lighting shall be provided above each personnel door. Exterior
light fixtures shall be wall mounted 70W HPS suitable for use in wet
locations.
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5.3.3
Emergency lighting shall be a self-contained battery powered unit with
two directionally adjustable illuminating heads. The unit shall switch on
automatically upon loss of AC power and provide 1.5 hours of continuous
illumination, and then recharge when AC power is resumed. Units shall
provide contacts for an alarm for loss of AC power. Two (2) units shall be
provided and installed in the building.
5.3.4
Eleven (11) duplex receptacles rated 120VAC, 20A, spec grade, and shall
be located approximately 18 inches above floor level, vendor to show on
the approval drawings.
Two (2) GFI receptacles rated 120VAC, 20A, and two (2) 240VAC, 30A
receptacle shall be located on the exterior of the control building, vendor
to show on the approval drawings.
Where receptacles are wired in a branch circuit, the first receptacle in the
circuit shall be a ground fault current interrupter.
5.3.5
5. 4
Receptacles and lighting switches shall be located outside of battery areas.
WIRING
All Control Building lighting and power wiring shall be single conductor,
stranded copper, with THHN/THWN 600V insulation with a minimum
size of No. 12 AWG. Control, instrumentation, and alarm wiring shall be
no smaller than No. 18 AWG. All wiring shall be installed in the 4” x 4”
perimeter wire way, EMT conduit, or other approved raceway in
accordance with the National Electric Code.
6.0
AUXILIARY EQUIPMENT
6.1
BATTERY EXHAUST FAN
The Manufacturer shall supply one (1) battery exhaust fan, complete with timer.
The exhaust fan shall be rated 120 volts AC, have a minimum diameter of eight
inches, a minimum capacity of 700 cubic feet per minute, and capable of cyclic
operation. The fan shall be explosion-proof, or have a shaded pole (non-sparking)
motor. The thermal overload shall be wired such that it is operational.
The exhaust fan shall be supplied with a replaceable dust filter, perimeter
weather-stripping, and bird screen.
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The timer shall be rated at 120 volts AC, with contacts capable of switching 20
amps. It shall include a 24-hour dial, with skip feature, set to operate twenty
minutes daily. The timer shall be located outside of battery areas.
6.2
DOOR ALARM SWITCH
One security door alarm switch shall be provided for each door. The alarm shall
have one “normally open” and one “normally closed” dry contact, each rated at
125 volts DC. The Purchaser will install the wiring between the door alarm and
the RTU.
6.3
SMOKE/HEAT DETECTOR
One photoelectric smoke and heat detector shall be furnished and located
centrally in the building. The smoke/heat detector shall be powered by 120 volts
AC, and be equipped with one “normally open” and one “normally closed”
isolated dry contact. Both dry contacts shall be rated at 24 volts DC. The
Manufacturer shall install the wiring between the AC panel board and the
smoke/heat detector. The Purchaser will install the wiring between the
smoke/heat detector and the RTU.
6.4
EMERGENCY EYE WASH
Building manufacturer shall install a wall mounted self contained emergency eye
wash station containing, at a minimum, two 16 ounce bottles of sterile saline
solution near the battery system location.
6.5
FIRE EXTINGUISHERS
Wall-mounted, 10# Dry Chemical ABC Rated Fire Extinguishers are to be
provided and installed in a convenient location at each doorway.
7.0
GROUNDING
The Manufacturer shall provide two (2) NEMA standard 4-hole ground pads at opposite
corners on the outside base of the control building for grounding the building to the
substation ground grid. The Manufacturer shall supply a ¼” X 4” ground bus bar around
the inside of the building perimeter approximately six (6”) inches below the building
ceiling. The bus bar shall be connected to the ground pads mounted on the exterior of the
building base. There shall be 4/0 bare copper ground conductors installed in all cable tray
and it shall be attached to the bus bar near the location where the cable tray enters the
building.
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8.0
CABLE TRAY
The Manufacturer shall furnish aluminum all ladder cable trays inside the control
building and cable risers out side the control building. Tray design shall conform to the
requirements of NEMA Publication VE 1, Metallic Cable Tray Systems Standard.
Installation shall meet all applicable requirements of the National Electrical Code.
The cable tray shall be constructed of aluminum alloy grade 6063-T6, and shall be
designed to support a cable load of 75 pounds per linear foot. All cable tray and risers
inside the building shall be twenty four (24) inches wide and six (6) inches deep, with
nine (9) inch rung spacing. Cable riser outside the building shall be thirty six (36) inches
wide and eighteen (18) inches deep. The minimum radius of all transitions between
vertical and horizontal tray systems and for all horizontal tray connectors shall be twelve
(12) inches. The rungs of the vertical tray, when installed, shall be mounted on the side of
the tray closest to the building. The vertical cable tray shall be offset from the wall as
shown on the control building layout drawing, and covered using a solid aluminum
flanged panel.
Two hanger rods, suspended from the ceiling or roof steel, shall be used to support the
cable tray at intervals no greater than eight (8) feet. When “Hanger mate” stud connectors
are used to support the tray, the tray support interval shall not exceed four (4) feet. The
rods shall have a protective sheath covering at least the lower eight (8) inches of the
hanger rod threads.
9.0
ERECTION/INSTALLATION
Building erection shall be performed in accordance with the specifications of the AISC
Code of Standard Practice. Electrical work shall be performed in accordance with the
provisions of the National Electrical Code.
The constructed building shall be weather tight. Caulking, flashing, and weather stripping
shall be used as required. However, caulking and flashing shall not be used to conceal
poor workmanship.
10.0
TESTING AND CHECKOUT
After the Control Building is fabricated and the electrical equipment is installed,
Manufacturer will perform a wet spray test, an electrical inspection, and a quality
inspection. Copies of completed test reports will be made available upon request.
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11.0
SHIPMENT
11.1 The Control Building shall be shipped to the Pryor City 3 Substation job site, 2
miles west of JCT Highways 33& 18 in Pryor City 3, Oklahoma after it has passed
the tests and has been inspected for compliance to the specification.
11.2 The Contractor shall notify GRDA one week prior to shipment.
11.3 When shipping sections are necessary, the open area of each section shall be sealed
with plywood and 2 x 4's, to provide adequate temporary bracing for the roof and
wall structures to prevent damage during shipment.
11.3 Components that are not fastened to the Control Building structure at time of
shipment will be securely packed inside the Control Building if possible. Each item
will have an identifying tag and will be listed on the packing list.
12.0
DOCUMENTATION
12.1 Manufacturer will prepare engineering documents using AutoCAD® 2004 and
Microsoft WORD. Electronic copies of these documents will be made available on
CD-ROM or e-mail.
12.2 Manufacturer shall submit for approval two copies of each of the following
documents.
Outline-Plan View (general arrangement, center of gravity, weight, floor opening sizes
and locations)
Outline-Elevation (general arrangement in elevation, recommended pier and tie down
locations, wall opening sizes and locations) Outline-Legend/Design Criteria (design
criteria, drawing legend, and bill of material)
After approval drawings are returned, Manufacturer shall prepare structural fabrication
detail drawings and electrical wiring drawings, as required.
12.3 All correspondence and drawing submittals shall be sent to GRDA:
Roman Montoya, Project Engineer
Grand River Dam Authority
Engineering Technology Center
9933 E 16th Street
Tulsa, Oklahoma 74128
Email: rmontoya@grda.com
Office number: (918) 610-9712
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12.4 Manufacture is requested to provide documentation by the following dates. If
manufacture cannot provide documentation by the requested dates, manufacture
will provide guaranteed dates for delivery with their bid.
Arrangement drawings for approval: 3 Weeks ARO
All other drawings for approvals: 4 weeks ARO
Certified constructions drawings: 8 weeks ARO
Instruction manuals: 12 weeks ARO
All documents shall be submitted in accordance with these dates or dates
guaranteed by the manufacturer at bidding.
13.0
APPROVAL
The Manufacturer shall comply with all requirements of this specification. Any
exceptions taken by the Manufacturer shall be approved in writing by the Purchaser prior
to fabrication.
All material, equipment, specifications, and drawings shall be approved by the Purchaser
prior to shipment.
14.0
WARRANTY
All parts and material shall be new and free from defects or imperfections. All
workmanship shall meet or exceed accepted construction practices, resulting in a neat
and professionally finished appearance.
The Manufacturer shall be responsible for correcting any defects in material, equipment,
and workmanship discovered within a minimum of one year after erection is completed.
All manufacturers’ warranties for equipment shall be transferred in their entirety to the
Purchaser.
15.0
ACCEPTANCE OF EQUIPMENT
15.1
15.2
15.3
After delivery, the equipment will be inspected by GRDA for visible damage, missing
items, and signs of poor workmanship. Equipment or materials that are not acceptable
shall be repaired, corrected, or replaced by the Fabricator at no additional cost to GRDA
before the steel is accepted.
Acceptance does not occur until all equipment and documentation required by the
specification and necessary to install the equipment is received by GRDA.
Acceptance of the equipment by GRDA does not relieve the Fabricator of the
responsibility for the adequacy of materials and proper operation of equipment.
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16.0
TERMS OF PAYMENT AND CONDITIONS
16.1
16.2
16.3
17.0
All proposals, bids, or quotations shall be FOB Destination.
No partial payments shall be made for partial shipments.
Conditions of the “Acceptance of Equipment” must be met before any payment will be
made.
EVALUATION of BIDS
17.1
Bids shall be evaluated based on the following:
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Price: original cost and life cost (the bid may include an option for different
prices for different delivery dates).
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Delivery: as needed for the project
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Suitability: ability to meet the needs of the project
The bid must include enough technical data and information to allow the evaluator to understand
what is being bid, and how this meets the needs of the project.
Any and/or all exceptions shall be specifically enumerated with reference to the item in the
specification that they are taking exception to. If these are not specifically listed, it will be
assumed that the bidder will meet the specification, and will be held to it.
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