BIDS MUST BE SEALED AND ADDRESSED TO: State of Wisconsin DOA-3070 (R08/2003)

BIDS MUST BE SEALED AND ADDRESSED TO: State of Wisconsin DOA-3070 (R08/2003)
State of Wisconsin
Wis. Statutes s.16.75
DOA-3070 (R08/2003)
BIDS MUST BE SEALED AND ADDRESSED TO:
AGENCY ADDRESS:
Remove from bidder list for this commodity/service. (Return this page only.)
Bid envelope must be sealed and plainly marked in lower corner with due date and Request for Bid
# _LB-2698. Late bids will be rejected. Bids MUST be date and time stamped by the soliciting
purchasing office on or before the date and time that the bid is due. Bids dated and time stamped
in another office will be rejected. Receipt of a bid by the mail system does not constitute receipt of
a bid by the purchasing office. Any bid which is inadvertently opened as a result of not being
properly and clearly marked is subject to rejection. Bids must be submitted separately, i.e., not
included with sample packages or other bids. Bid openings are public unless otherwise specified.
Records will be available for public inspection after issuance of the notice of intent to award or the
award of the contract. Bidder should contact person named below for an appointment to view the
bid record. Bids shall be firm for acceptance for sixty (60) days from date of bid opening, unless
otherwise noted. The attached terms and conditions apply to any subsequent award.
University of Wisconsin Platteville
Purchasing Office /Lewis Bettinger
2201 Ullsvik Hall
1 University Plaza
Platteville, WI 53818-3001
REQUEST FOR BID
Bids MUST be in this office no later than
THIS IS NOT AN ORDER
BIDDER (Name and Address)
December 14, 2012 3:00 PM
Name (Contact for further information)
Lew Bettinger
Phone
Date
(608) 342-1221
Quote Price and Delivery FOB
Fax bids are accepted
Item
No.
Quantity
and Unit
16507
X Fax bids are not accepted
Price
Per Unit
Total
Description
University of Wisconsin-Platteville is accepting bids for
Kitchen/Dining/Food Preparation/Cafe equipment Installed in
the commons in the new Residence Hall and Dining Facility
(Bridgeway Commons) currently being built on campus.
Bids will be accepted per the attached:
Standard Terms and Conditions
Specifications of Bid
Fax Bids Will Not Be Accepted
Mandatory Site Visit Wednesday November 28, 2012: 10:00AM
Jeff Watson 608-342-1155 or [email protected] is the
contact for the site visit.
Reference provided CD Smith schedule for installation timelines
Requested completion week of August 13, 2013
Drawings and specifications can be found at :
http://ftp.cdsmith.com/CoryHenschel/12G1V_UWP_RHDF/
Payment Terms
Delivery Time
We claim minority bidder preference [Wis. Stats. s. 16.75(3m)]. Under Wisconsin Statutes, a 5% preference may be granted to CERTIFIED Minority Business Enterprises. Bidder must be
certified by the Wisconsin Department of Commerce. If you have questions concerning the certification process, contact the Wisconsin Department of Commerce, 5th Floor, 201 W. Washington
Ave., Madison, Wisconsin 53702, (608) 267-9550. Does Not Apply to Printing Bids.
We are a work center certified under Wis. Stats. s. 16.752 employing persons with severe disabilities. Questions concerning the certification process should be addressed to the Work Center
Program, State Bureau of Procurement, 6th Floor, 101 E. Wilson St., Madison, Wisconsin 53702, (608) 266-2605.
Wis. Stats. s. 16.754 directs the state to purchase materials which are manufactured to the greatest extent in the United States when all other factors are substantially equal. Materials covered in
our bid were manufactured in whole or in substantial part within the United States, or the majority of the component parts thereof were manufactured in whole or in substantial part in the United
States.
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No
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In signing this bid we also certify that we have not, either directly or indirectly, entered into any agreement or participated in any collusion or otherwise taken any action in restraint of free
competition; that no attempt has been made to induce any other person or firm to submit or not to submit a bid; that this bid has been independently arrived at without collusion with any other bidder,
competitor or potential competitor; that this bid has not been knowingly disclosed prior to the opening of bids to any other bidder or competitor; that the above statement is accurate under penalty of
perjury.
We will comply with all terms, conditions and specifications required by the state in this Request for Bid and all terms of our bid.
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UNIVERSITY OF WISCONSIN PLATTEVILLE
REQUEST FOR BIDS (RFB) # LB-2698
FOR:
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INTRODUCTION AND PURPOSE
BID PROCEDURES AND INSTRUCIONS
BID ACCEPTANCE, EVALUATION AND AWARD
BIDDER REUIREMENTS
SPECIFICATIONS OF BID
SUBMITTALS
DRAWINGS AND SCHEDULES
PARTS AND SERVICE WARRANTY
VERIFICATION AND COORDINATION OF PROJECT / DATA
COMMERCIALLY MANUFACTURED EQUIPMENT
PLUMBING WORK
FAUCETS
DRAINS AND WASTES
FLEXIABLE GAS AND WATER LINES
WATER FILTERS
VENTILATION WORK
ELECTRICAL WORK
FABRICATED EQUIPMENT
METAL TOP CONSTRUCTION
WOOD TABLE TOPS
FASTENERS
ROLLED EDGES
LEGS AND CROSSRAILS
DESCRIPTION METAL GAUGE FINISH
CLOSURE
CASTERS
SINKS
DRAWERS
HARDWARE
ARCHITECTURAL MILLWORK EQUIPMENT
SOLID SURFACE
COLD STORAGE ROOMS
REMOTE REFRIGERATION SYSTEMS
DELIVERY AND INSTALLATION
START-UP DEMONSTRATION
EXISTING EQUIPMENT
CLEANING
MAINTENANCE SCHEDULE
EQUIPMENT SPECIFICATIONS
REQUIRED FORMS
TERMS AND CONDITIONS
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DEFINITIONS and ABBREVIATIONS:
For the purposes of this Request for Bid and resulting Contract(s), the following definitions of terms shall apply,
unless otherwise indicated:
ADA
AFF
AGA
Agency:
Americans with Disabilities
Above Finished Floor
American Gas Association
Office, department, agency, institution of higher education, association, society or other
body in State government created or authorized to be created by the constitution or any law,
which is entitled to expend moneys appropriated by law, including the legislature and courts,
but not including an authority.
ARE
American Society for Refrigeration Engineers
ARO:
After Receipt of Order
ASHRAE
American Society of Heating, Refrigeration and Air Conditioning Engineers
ASME
American Society for Mechanical Engineers
Authorized User Any state agency, University of Wisconsin campus, or other state or local public body
authorized to use statewide contracts, as established in §§ 16.70 (1b), (1e), (2), (4) and (8),
16.73 and 66.0301 of the Wisconsin Statutes and § PRO-D-30 of the State Procurement
Manual.
Bid
A price quotation specifically given to a prospective purchaser by a prospective seller; a bid
is not an offer to sell.
Bidder:
Person or firm submitting a bid in response to requests for bids.
Broker
Someone who acts as an agent for others, as in negotiating contracts, purchases or sales
in return for a fee or commission.
Business Days
Monday through Friday, excluding State holidays.
CFM
Cubic feet per minute
CM
Construction Manager
Contractor:
Person or entity providing equipment, materials, supplies, contractual services to a
contracting agency of the State.
Contract Manager Designated Department of Corrections Purchasing staff personnel.
DCO
Duplex Convenience Outlet
DOA:
Department of Administration has statutory authority [WI Stats. Chapter 16] to define,
regulate and delegate all aspects of procurement of commodities and services for state
agencies.
EC
Electrical Contractor
F.D.
Floor Drain
FOB
Seller retains title and control of goods until they are delivered and the contract of carriage
has been completed. The seller selects the carrier and is responsible for the risk of
transportation. The seller is responsible for filing claims for loss or damage.
FURNISH
Means to supply and deliver to the project ready for installation and in operable condition
FSEC
Food Service Equipment Contractor
GC
General Contractor
HVAC
Heating, Ventilation and Air Conditioning Contractor
INSTALL
Means to set in place, complete, secure, anchor and connect and in operable condition
Lowest
Person or firm submitting the competitive bid with the lowest price that meets the specifications
Responsible
contained in the requests for bids. In establishing the lowest responsible bidder, all of
Bidder
the following factors may be considered:
(a) The financial ability to provide the services required or to complete the contract;
(b) The skill, judgment, experience, and resources to complete the contract;
(c) The necessary facilities, staff, personnel, and equipment to complete the contract;
(d) The demonstrated ability to satisfactorily perform the work or provide the materials in a
prompt, conscientious manner;
(e) The demonstrated ability to comply in situations where the award is contingent on special
considerations subject to the nature of the services or contract required; and
(f) Any other factor determined to be relevant in assessing the bidder’s ability to supply are
required. (Adm. 6.01 (9))
MBE:
Minority Business Enterprise
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MC
MBTU
NECA
NFPA
NSF
OSHA
PC
Procurement
PROVIDE
RFB:
Specification
S/S
State:
T.D.
UL
University
Vendor:
May:
Must:
Shall:
Should:
Mechanical Contractor
One thousand British Thermal Units
National Electrical Manufacturers Association
National Fire Protection Association
National Sanitation Foundation
Occupational Safety and Health Administration
Plumbing Contractor
Process of obtaining goods, including all activities from the planning process,
preparation of a requisition, through receipt and approval of the final invoice for
payment.
Means to supply all necessary material, labor and equipment to furnish and install for
final connection by appropriate trades
Request for Bid including all documents use for soliciting bids.
Description of what the procuring agency requires and consequently, what a bidder
must offer to be considered for an award. A specification may be a description of the
physical or functional characteristics, or the nature of a supply. It may include a
description of any requirement for inspecting, testing, or preparing a supply item for
delivery, the necessary performance criteria, and a description of the procedures to be
followed when submitting and evaluating bid.
Stainless Steel
State of Wisconsin, University of Wisconsin Platteville
Temperature Differential
Underwriters Laboratories
University of Wisconsin Platteville
Firm submitting a bid in response to this Request for Bid
Discretionary
Requirement is mandatory
Requirement is mandatory
Desired but not mandatory
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INTRODUCTION AND PURPOSE:
1.1
PURPOSE OF THE REQUEST FOR BIDS:
The University of Wisconsin-Platteville (The University), through its Purchasing Services Department
on behalf of Auxiliary Services, intends to utilize this document to provide interested parties with
information to enable them to prepare and submit a bid for labor, materials and service necessary for
the purchase and installation of food service equipment in a new commons currently under
construction on the University’s campus.
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REASONABLE ACCOMMODATIONS:
The University will provide reasonable accommodations, including the provision of informational
material in an alternative format, for qualified individuals with disabilities upon request. If you think
you need accommodations at a vendor conference, contact Lewis Bettinger at 608-342-1221 (voice)
or 608-342-1220 (FAX).
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OVERVIEW OF PROCURING AGENCY:
The University is located in Southwestern Wisconsin in Platteville Wisconsin a city with a population
of some 11,000. Student enrollment is approximately 7,700, 90 percent of which are
undergraduates, of those, 2700 students live in 10 on campus resident halls.
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METHOD OF AWARD:
The award will be based upon the low total from the lowest responsive, responsible bidder. Award of
the bid will be based on lowest cost available from a vendor that meets the described specifications.
The University reserves the right to select alternate supply sources based on performance criteria.
Any and all service and/or handling fees must listed in the bid response. Any charges not listed in
the bid response will not be accepted. The University reserves the right to reject any and all bids.
This agreement is subject to termination by the University upon failure to provide the equipment or
service specified in this bid. This agreement may be modified at any time by mutual agreement of
both parties.
1.5
TERMINATION AND CANCELLATION
1.5.1
TERMINATION FOR CAUSE
The University may terminate the Contract after providing the Contractor with 30 calendar
days written notice of the Contractor’s right to cure a failure of the Contractor to perform
under the terms of this Contract.
Upon the termination of the Contract for any reason, or upon Contract expiration, each party
shall be released from all obligations to the other party arising after the date of termination or
expiration, except for those that by their terms survive such termination or expiration.
1.5.2
TERMINATION FOR CONVENIENCE
The University may terminate the Contract at any time, without cause, by providing a written
notice to the Contractor.
In the event of termination for convenience, the Contractor shall be entitled to receive
compensation for any fees owed under the Contract. The Contractor shall also be
compensated for partially completed services. In this event, compensation for such partially
completed services shall be no more than the percentage of completion of the services
requested, at the sole discretion of the University, multiplied by the corresponding payment
for completion of such services as set forth in the Contract. Alternatively, at the sole
discretion of the University, the Contractor may be compensated for the actual service hours
provided. The University shall be entitled to a refund for goods or services paid for but not
received or implemented, such refund to be paid within 30 days of written notice to the
Contractor.
1.5.3
TERMINATION FOR CHANGE IN LAW
This Contract may be terminated either by mutual agreement or at the discretion of the
University following any amendment to, or judicial interpretation of, Federal or State law that:
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1.5.3.1 Renders performance, enforcement or compliance with the totality of the Contract
impossible, patently unreasonable, or unnecessary
1.5.3.2 Renders accomplishment of the Contract’s objectives impossible, patently
unreasonable, or unnecessary.
1.5.4
CONTRACT CANCELLATION
The University reserves the right to cancel the Contract in whole or in part without penalty if
the Contractor:
Breaches or defaults an obligation under the Contract as follows:
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Fails to perform any material obligation required under the Contract;
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Files a petition in bankruptcy, becomes insolvent, or otherwise takes action to
dissolve as a legal entity;
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Allows any final judgment not to be satisfied or a lien not to be disputed after a
legally-imposed, 30-day notice;
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Makes an assignment for the benefit of creditors;
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Fails to follow the sales and use tax certification requirements of s. 77.66 of the
Wisconsin Statutes;
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Incurs a delinquent Wisconsin tax liability;
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Fails to submit a nondiscrimination or affirmative action plan as required herein;
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Fails to follow the nondiscrimination or affirmative action requirements of sub ch. II,
Chapter 111 of the Wisconsin Statutes (Wisconsin’s Fair Employment Law);
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Becomes a federally debarred Contractor;
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Is excluded from federal procurement and non-procurement Contracts
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Fails to maintain and keep in force all required insurance, permits and licenses as
provided in the Contract;
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Fails to maintain the confidentiality of the State’s information that is considered to be
Confidential Information, proprietary, or containing Personally Identifiable
Information, or Contractor performance threatens the health or safety of a State or
municipal employee.
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VENDORNET REGISTRATION
Only vendors registered with the State of Wisconsin’s VendorNet will receive future official notice for
this service/commodity. The State of Wisconsin’s purchasing information and vendor notification
service is available to all businesses and organizations that want to sell to the University. Anyone
may access VendorNet on the Internet at http://vendornet.state.wi.us to get information on state
purchasing practices and policies, goods and services that the state buys, and tips on selling to the
state. Vendors may use the same Web site address for inclusion on the bidders list for goods and
services that the organization wants to sell to the state. A subscription with notification guarantees
the organization will receive an e-mail message each time a state agency, including any campus of
the University of Wisconsin System, posts a request for bid or a request for proposal in their
designated commodity/service area(s) with an estimated value over $50,000. Organizations without
Internet access receive paper copies in the mail. Increasingly, state agencies also are using
VendorNet to post simplified bids valued at $50,000 or less. Vendors also may receive e-mail
notices of these simplified bid opportunities.
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VENDOR AGREEMENTS/CONTRACTS
The University will not sign Vendor-supplied agreements/contracts. Agency Purchase Orders along
with this document and any amendments to this document, listing all required and necessary items
will serve as the only contract document.
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ADDITIONAL INFORMATION
1.8.1
Indemnification: Contractor shall hold the State Harmless and shall indemnify the State and
its agencies and employees against any and all claims, suits, action, liabilities and costs of
any kind, including attorney’s fees, for personal injury or to property arising from the acts or
omissions of the Contractor, its agents, officer, employees or subcontractors. Contractor
shall not be liable for any injury or damage as a result of any negligent act or omission
committed by the State.
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Property Damage: Should university equipment or buildings be damaged as a result of sole
negligence of the contractor during the installation and training the contractor will be
responsible for repairing to the original condition or replacement. The university will have
the final say on whether repair or replacement is acceptable.
1.8.3
Insurance Requirements: The contractor shall maintain insurance levels as required in
Standard Terms and Conditions, Section 23.0. A certificate of insurance must be
provided prior to beginning work covered by any contract that results from this
solicitation. A certificate is required, the contractor shall add “The Board of Regents of
the University of Wisconsin System, its officers, employees and agents” as additional
insured’s under the commercial general, automobile and contractor’s liability policies on
any insurance certificate provided. In addition to the afore mentioned certificate, the
contractor shall also provide a second certificate of insurance naming Developer and
Owner with a separate certificate with protection for its officers, employees and agents
as additional insured’s under the commercial general, automobile and contractor’s
liability policies on any insurance certificate provided.
BID PROCEDURES AND INSTRUCTIONS:
2.1
METHOD OF BID:
Vendors must submit an original, marked as such, and three copies of all materials required for
acceptance of their bid by the deadline shown on the Request for Bid form to:
USPS ADDRESS
Lewis Bettinger/Purchasing
University of Wisconsin-Platteville
2201 Ullsvik Hall
Platteville, WI 53819-3099
Bids must be received by the receptionist in the above office. All bids must be time-stamped in by
the University’s Purchasing Office prior to the stated opening time. Bids not so stamped will be
considered late. Receipt of a bid by the State mail system does not constitute receipt of a bid by the
University’s Purchasing Office, for purposes of this request for bids.
All bids must be packaged, sealed, and show the following information on the outside of the
package:
Vendor's Name and Address
Request for Bids Title
Request for Bids Number
Bid Due Date
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CALENDAR OF EVENTS:
Listed below are important dates and times by which actions related to this Request for Bids (RFB)
must be completed. In the event that the University finds it necessary to change any of these dates
and times it will do so by issuing a supplement to this RFB.
DATE
EVENT
November 16, 2012
November 28, 2012 10:00 AM
November 30, 2012
December 05, 2012
December 14, 2012 3:00 PM
Date of issue of the RFB.
Mandatory Site Visit/Vendor Conference
Bid Questions Due
Answers to Questions Posted to Vendornet
Bids due from vendors.
FORMAT OF BID:
Vendors responding to this RFB must comply with the following format requirements:
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a)
SIGNED REQUEST FOR BID SHEET: Include the signed Request for Bid sheet included
with the bid and those certifications required for submittal of a bid. Bids submitted in response to
this RFB must be signed by the person in the vendor's organization who is responsible for the
decision as to the prices being offered in the bid or by a person who has been authorized in writing
to act as agent for the person responsible for the decision on prices.
By submitting a signed bid, the vendor's signatories certify that in connection with this procurement:
(a) the vendor's organization or an agent of the vendor's organization has arrived at the prices in its
bid without consultation, communication or agreement with any other respondent or with any
competitor for the purpose of restricting competition, (b) the prices quoted in the bid have not been
knowingly disclosed by the vendor's organization or by any agent of the vendor's organization and
will not be knowingly disclosed by same, directly or indirectly, to any other respondent or to any
competitor, and (c) no attempt has been made or will be made by the vendor's organization or by
any agent of the vendor's organization to induce any other person or firm to submit or not to submit a
bid for the purpose of restricting competition.
(b)
State of Wisconsin Terms and Conditions: These standard terms and conditions shall
govern this proposal and subsequent award. Vendors must accept these terms and conditions or
submit point-by-point exceptions along with proposed alternative or additional language for
each point, including any vendor contracts. Submission of any standard vendor contracts as
a substitute for language in the terms and conditions is not a sufficient response to this
requirement and may result in rejection of the vendor's proposal. The State reserves the right
to negotiate contractual terms and conditions other than those in the State of Wisconsin Contract
when it is in the best interest of the State to do so.
(c)
ADDITIONAL INFORMATION: Include Attachment A, the completed Vendor Information
Sheet (DOA-3477), Vendor Reference Sheet (DOA-3478), Vendor Agreement (DOA-3333) and any
other forms required in the bid. Include all additional information that will be essential to an
understanding of the bid. This might include diagrams, excerpts from manuals, or other explanatory
documentation that would clarify and/or substantiate the bid document.
(d)
COST INFORMATION: Provide cost information on the Request for Bid sheet or the cost
sheets (Attachment) included in this RFB. All costs for furnishing the product(s) and/or service(s)
included in the bid in accordance with the terms and conditions in this RFB must be included.
2.4
INCURRING COSTS:
The University is not liable for any cost incurred by a vendor in the process of responding to this
RFB.
2.5
QUESTIONS:
Any questions concerning this RFB must be submitted in writing on or before November 30, 2012 to:
[email protected]
Vendors are expected to raise any questions, exceptions, or additions they have concerning the
RFB document or the attached State of Wisconsin Contract at this point in the RFB process. If a
vendor discovers any significant ambiguity, error, conflict, discrepancy, omission, or other deficiency
in this RFB, the vendor should immediately notify the above named individual of such error and
request modification or clarification of the RFB document.
In the event that it becomes necessary to provide additional clarifying data or information, or to
revise any part of this RFB, supplements or revisions will be posted on VendorNet.
From the date of release of this RFB , until a Letter of Intent is issued, all contacts with the University
regarding this RFB shall be made through this purchasing department. Violation of this condition
may be considered sufficient cause for rejection of a proposal, irrespective of any other
considerations.
Each bid shall stipulate that it is predicated upon the terms and conditions of this RFB and any
supplements or revisions thereof.
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NEWS RELEASES: News releases pertaining to the RFB or to the acceptance, rejection, or
evaluation of bids shall not be made without the prior written approval of the University.
BID ACCEPTANCE, EVALUATION AND AWARD:
3.1
BID ACCEPTANCE:
Bids which do not comply with instructions or are unable to comply with specifications contained in
this RFB may be rejected by the University. The University may request reports on a vendor's
financial stability and if financial stability is not substantiated may reject a vendor's bid. The
University retains the right to accept or reject any or all bids, or accept or reject any part of a bid
deemed to be in the best interest of the University. The University shall be the sole judge as to
compliance with the instructions contained in this RFB.
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BID EVALUATION:
Bids will be evaluated by the Department's purchasing agent, program manager and by the Food
Service Consultant to verify that they will meet all specified requirements in this RFB. This
verification may include requesting reports on the vendor's financial stability, conducting
demonstrations of the vendor's proposed products(s) and/or service(s), and reviewing results of past
awards to the vendor by the State of Wisconsin.
Bids from certified Minority Business Enterprises may be provided up to a five percent (5%) bid
preference in accordance with Wis. Stats. s. 16.75(3m).
3.3
NOTIFICATION OF INTENT TO AWARD:
Any vendors who respond to this RFB, with a bid, will be notified in writing of the State's intent to
award the contract(s) as a result of this RFB.
After notification of the intent to award is made, and under the supervision of agency staff, copies of
bids will be available for public inspection 8:30 a.m. to 3:00 p.m. at 2201 Ullsvik Hall, 1 University
Plaza, Platteville WI 53818. Vendors should schedule reviews with Lew Bettinger at 608-342-1221
to ensure that space is available for the review.
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BIDDER REQUIREMENTS:
All requirements in this section are mandatory. If no single bidder is able to comply with a given
specification, the University reserves the right to delete that specification of condition of the RFB. Failure to
meet a mandatory requirement will disqualify your bid. This RFB document, any amendments, addenda and
the awarded bidder(s)’ response as accepter by the University shall become contract.
4.1
Bidder shall have been in business at least five years and have performed projects of similar scope.
Specific project references are to be provided by the bidder during the submittal phase. Final
submittal approvals will be contingent upon favorable project references.
4.2
Maintain a permanent place of business.
4.3
Provides sworn financial statement upon request, which evidences the Bidder has adequate
financial resources to complete the work being bid, as well as all other work the Bidder has presently
under contract to complete.
4.4
Bidder must be an original manufacturer, authorized distributor, or dealer authorized by
manufacturer with service and repair capabilities for the item. Bidder shall be authorized to offer the
manufacturers standard warranty on the equipment being bid.
4.5
Has a record of satisfactorily completing past projects. Criteria which will be considered in
determining satisfactory completion of projects by contractor will include:
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Completed contracts in accordance with the contract documents.
Diligently pursued execution of the work and complete contracts according to the
established time schedule unless extensions are granted by the State.
Fulfilled guarantee requirements of the contract documents.
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4.6
Established and diligently maintained a satisfactory affirmative action program in
accordance with the contract provisions.
A site visit is mandatory. Bidders shall visit the job site prior to submitting a bid to assure
themselves and the agency that they fully understand all requirements of the project. Bidders must
attend a Site Visit in order for their bid to be considered for an award. Mandatory site visits shall
require the bidder to attach the completed Certificate of Site Visitation form signed by the designated
Agency representative, with the bid. Failure to include a completed Certificate of Site Visitation form
with the bid WILL disqualify the bid.
Bidders must contact Jeff Watson at 608.342.1155 or Victoria Strait 608.342.6048 for information on
the mandatory site visit. The Site Visit has been scheduled for November 28, 2012 at 10:00 am at
Glenview Commons, 1255 Greenwood Avenue – at the loading dock.
4.7
Awarded vendor(s) are responsible to pay prevailing wages when required by law. As of January 1,
2010 any sealed bidding project (projects over $25,000.00) for the University are subject to
prevailing wages per §103.49, Wis. Stats.
All prime contractors must file an affidavit of compliance with the University upon completion of bid
project. All agents or subcontractors must file an affidavit of compliance with the prime contractor
that awarded them their subcontract. the University or the prime contractor will not authorize final
payment until such affidavit is filed in proper form and order.
Information about prevailing wages and forms ERD5724 (Prime Contractor Affidavit) and ERD10584
(Agent or Subcontractor Affidavit) are available at no charge from the department or can be
downloaded from the Department of Workforce Development’s website:
http://dwd.wisconsin.gov/er/prevailing_wage_rate/default.htm
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BID GUARANTEE: A bank certified check, a cashier’s check or a bid bond prepared on the Bid
Bond Form (DOA 4506) bound herein, payable to the University of Wisconsin-Platteville in the
amount of not less than 10% of the maximum bid shall accompany each bid as a guarantee, that if
the bid is accepted, the bidder will execute and return the proposed contract and Performance
Payment Bond within ten (10) business days after being notified of the acceptance of his bid.
Failure to acknowledge the purchase order or return an executed contract and Performance
Payment Bond within ten (10) business days may result in forfeiture of the Bid Bond. The company
issuing the Bonds must be licensed to do business in Wisconsin.
Any bid which is not accompanied by a bid guarantee will be considered a “No Bid”.
If the bidder is unable to deliver the contract/order acknowledgement, certificate of insurance, or
performance payment bond, the bidder may limit liability to the amount of the bid guarantee to the
amount of the bid price between the low bidder and next low bidder by giving written notice of intent
not to execute the contract to the University purchasing office within seventy-two (72) hours of the
award.
All checks tendered as Bid Guarantee, except those of the three lowest qualified, responsible
bidders, will be returned to their makers within three (3) business days after bid opening.
4.9
PERFORMANCE-PAYMENT BOND: Simultaneous with the delivery of the signed
contract/purchase order acknowledgement, the bidder shall be required to furnish a PerformancePayment Bond (DOA-4505, form provided as a Vendornet attachment) as specified in “contract
security” below. The Surety Company shall be licensed to do business in Wisconsin. The bond
must be dated the same date or subsequent to the date of the contract.
A certified copy of power of attorney shall be provided by the Surety Company showing that the
agent who signs the Bond has the power of attorney to so sign for the Surety Company. This
certification must be signed by the Secretary or assistant Secretary of the company and not by an
attorney-in-fact. The certification must bear the same or later date as the bond.
If the bidder is a partnership or a joint venture, a certified list providing the names of individuals
constituting the partnership or joint venture must be furnished. The contract itself may be signed by
one partner of the partnership, or one partner of each firm comprising the joint venture, but the
Performance-Payment Bond must be signed by all partners
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If the bidder is a corporation, it is necessary that a current certified copy of the resolution or other
official act of directors of the corporation be submitted showing that the person who signs the
contract is authorized to sign contracts for the corporation.
Contract Security: The contractor shall furnish a Performance-Payment Bond (or other security
satisfactory to the University) in an amount equal to one hundred percent (100%) of the Contract
price, as security for the faithful performance of this contract, payment of all persons performing
labor or furnishing materials for the Project, and payment of all other debts incurred in the
performance of the work.
The Performance-Payment Bond Form which the contractor will be required to execute is bound into
the specifications. Before the Construction Contract is executed by UW-Platteville, the
Performance-Payment Bond must be delivered to and approved by UW-Platteville Facilities
Management. Such approval will be predicated on prior satisfactory performance of a Surety.
4.10
Any Contract resulting from this bid shall not be, in whole or in part, subcontracted, assigned, or
otherwise transferred to any other Contractor without prior written approval by University’s
administration. If subcontractors are used, the Contractor must clearly explain their participation.
Subcontractors must abide by all terms and conditions under this Contract. The contractor shall be
directly responsible for any subcontractor’s performance and work quality when used by the
Contractor to carry out the scope of the job.
4.11
Contractors are encouraged to identify products that are made of recycled products, that use
environmentally friendly production methods, or that can be recycled at the end of their service life.
The University will make every effort to purchase “Green” products wherever feasible or possible
based on individual project needs and funding available.
The State of Wisconsin encourages the use of equipment which meets the Environmental Protection
Agency (EPA) Energy Star requirements. The Energy Star Program is a voluntary contract between
an Original Equipment Manufacturer (OEM) and the EPA. It is not mandatory that every device
offered under this bid meet Energy Star requirements but the bulk of the product line should be
energy efficient.
5.0
SPECIFICATIONS OF BID
The specifications listed are not intended to be restrictive, but to indicate the design, materials, construction,
workmanship and quality level desired. All exceptions or deviations from the specification must be
noted on a separate sheet of paper with reference to the specifications and its exception or
deviation. Exceptions or deviations which do not substantially alter the level of quality and or performance
will be considered. The University shall be the sole judge of equivalency.
5.1
SCOPE OF WORK
Food Service Equipment Contractor (FSEC) shall furnish all labor, materials and service necessary
for the installation of foodservice equipment in strict accordance with the Contract Documents and
local codes that is reasonably inferred. Unless otherwise noted all scope within this section is the
responsibility of the FSEC.
No extra charge will be allowed for that which the Food Service Equipment Contractor (FSEC)
should have been familiar. Include all applicable provisions of Division 1 (available at:
http://ftp.cdsmith.com/CoryHenschel/12G1V_UWP_RHDF/) . It shall be the responsibility of the
FSEC and all trade contractors for this project to review Division 1 (available at:
http://ftp.cdsmith.com/CoryHenschel/12G1V_UWP_RHDF/) and all
portions of this section to determine scope.
In carrying out the scope of this RFB, the contractor may be required to perform services on
University property. Bidders cost must include all business transportation and insurance charges.
The insurance requirements listed in section 23.0 of the Standard Terms and Conditions are the
minimum required by the State of Wisconsin. The contractor and any subcontractor receiving an
award, from this bid must send a certificate of insurance to the purchasing office at UW-Platteville,
which indicates compliance, prior to providing services.
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FSEC shall remove, store and relocate all existing foodservice equipment as necessary and
specified for remodeling, renovation and reconfiguration of the related project. Follow Section 32 for
description of responsibilities. No building modifications will be allowed for relocating equipment.
Coordinate mechanical, electrical and plumbing rough-in services, manufactured equipment and
custom fabricated equipment construction, equipment bases, curbs, ceiling heights, depressed
areas, sleeves, wall openings, refrigeration lines, service access, existing building conditions that
affects equipment, and all other building conditions required to accommodate the Section 11 40 00
equipment including new, existing, Owner furnished and future equipment with other trades. Cut
holes in equipment to accommodate pipes, drains, electrical conduit and outlets as required.
Supervise and furnish required instructions for work to be performed by other trade contractors in
connection with requirements for all equipment under this section.
Perform work in a timely manner consistent with the construction schedule, submit written notice
of any manufacturer or construction related problem that can or will cause a delay in the
equipment delivery or installation; substitution for failure to order equipment in a timely manner
understanding all lead times is not acceptable.
The FSEC for this project must have completed a minimum of two projects of similar size and
complexity within the past five years. The project must have been a consultant specified project
and the project must have been completed to the Owner’s satisfaction.
Obtain and pay for all required permits, tests and inspections as required by State and local
jurisdictions for the completion of this project.
5.2
FOOD SERVICE CONSULTANT
Mackesey and Associates, LLC is the Foodservice Consultant for this project and represents the
Owner in all matters included and also acts as a technical advisor to the Owner, Contractor and
Architect. In order to function effectively, Mackesey and Associates, LLC shall be advised of any
modifications proposed by any party to this project which may affect the performance of this project.
All contracts documents furnished by Mackesey and Associates, LLC are the property of Mackesey
and Associates. They are not to be used by any other person or business entity, wholly or in part.
Drawings and specifications are intended to complement each other, so that neither is complete
without the other. The FSEC should not submit pricing or bid, enter agreements or entertain
execution of this contract without complete access to all contract documents.
All drawings produced by Mackesey and Associates are definitive only and are not to be used for
construction or shop details. Consultant drawings are to be used to develop scope, bidding values,
special condition details and coordination of the mechanical, electrical and plumbing requirements.
Drawings and specifications are for assistance and guidance of the FSEC and indicate the
arrangement and location of foodservice equipment. Exact locations, distances and levels will be
governed by the building and final coordination of the FSEC. Any deviances of the intended layout
and foodservice equipment configuration must be brought to the attention of the Foodservice
Consultant before installation is completed. The FSEC shall accept this and all requirements of the
specifications with full knowledge and understanding of the requirements.
5.3
RELATED DOCUMENTS AND SPECIFIED WORK BY OTHER CONTRACTORS
Applicable provisions of Division 1 (available at:
http://ftp.cdsmith.com/CoryHenschel/12G1V_UWP_RHDF/) shall govern work in this section.
5.3.1
The General Contractor (GC) shall provide the following:
5.3.1.1 Floors and settings beds, quarry tile and base, masonry pads, protective curbing,
walls and finished ceilings and related building work by the General Contractor.
5.3.1.2 Concealed wall backing to support all wall mounted equipment shall be provided by
the GC. (Drywall and stud type construction only).
5.3.1.3 All related work by the GC shall meet or exceed applicable codes and government
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standards.
5.3.2
The Mechanical Contractor (MC) shall provide the following:
5.3.2.1 Disconnection of existing foodservice equipment and interconnection of new
equipment.
5.3.2.2 Provide ducts, fans, dampers, etc. as required for ventilation systems
5.3.2.3 Provide rough-in and final connections for all steam systems. Make necessary
connections between sections of modular equipment such as utility distribution
systems, steam kettle banks, warewashing equipment. Install required components
including but not limited to check valves, pressure reducing valves, strainers, steam
traps, etc. Clear line of any foreign matter before making final connections.
5.3.2.4 Disconnection of existing foodservice equipment and interconnection of new
equipment.
5.3.2.5 All related work by the MC shall meet or exceed applicable codes and government
standards.
5.3.3
The Plumbing Contractor (PC) shall provide the following:
5.3.3.1 All water, waste, indirect waste piping from sinks and ventilators, steam and gas
services to the equipment including all shut-off valves, plumbing trim, traps, gas
pressure reducing and regulation valves for pressures above 14” W.C., grease traps
and PVC conduit for beverage or refrigeration lines, etc. and final connections to the
equipment except as specified herein shall be provided by the Plumbing Contractor.
5.3.3.2 Install all faucets, pre-rinse spray assemblies, lever drains, vacuum breakers, flow
control valves, check valves, water inlets, traps, filters, pressure reducing valves,
strainers, temperature/pressure gauges, gas valves, flexible gas hoses, gas
pressure regulators, etc. that are furnished by the FSEC. Provide special care in
installation to eliminate tool marks from installation. Horizontal piping shall be a
minimum of 6” AFF. Water pressure range for foodservice equipment shall be
between 35 psi and 65 psi.
5.3.3.3 Provide all eye wash stations, emergency showers, floor sinks, mop sinks, hose
bibbs and floor drains.
5.3.3.4 Make plumbing connections between sections of modular equipment such as
exhaust hoods.
5.3.3.5 Provide all reduced pressure backflow, pressure reducing valves except where
included as specified within this section.
5.3.3.6 Disconnection of existing foodservice equipment and interconnection of new
equipment.
5.3.3.7 All related work by the PC shall meet or exceed applicable codes and government
standards.
5.3.4
The Electrical Contractor (EC) shall provide the following:
5.3.4.1 All electrical services and components including wiring to and final connections to all
equipment except as specified herein including rough-in and final connections for all
services. Make electrical connections between sections of modular equipment such
as utility distribution system, exhaust hoods, remote refrigeration systems or walk-in
coolers and freezers.
5.3.4.2 Connect and install electrical devices furnished by the FSEC.
5.3.4.3 Provide receptacles, conduit, contactors, controllers, switches, disconnects, starters,
etc. unless otherwise indicated.
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5.3.4.4 Grounding type receptacles for all wall mounted outlets to be used for plug-in
equipment.
5.3.4.5 Disconnection of existing foodservice equipment and interconnection of new
equipment.
5.3.4.6 Shunt trip breakers as indicated and/or required by code. Where shunt trip breakers
are indicated on the Electrical schedule or within this specification, provide shunt
trips and/or contactors with 120 volt coils with contact ratings matching the electrical
appliance or device. Wire from the micro switch relay on the fire control system head
to the contactors / shunt trip breakers.
5.3.4.7 All related work by the GC shall meet or exceed applicable codes and government
standards.
5.4
5.5
OWNER / PURVEYOR FURNISHED EQUIPMENT
5.4.1
Obtain and coordinate manufacturer and model number not less than 120 days before
equipment is required.
5.4.2
Obtain and coordinate utility requirements.
REGULATIONS
5.5.1
All work and materials shall be in accordance with the latest rules, codes and/or
regulations of agencies/authorities having jurisdiction. Furnish all foodservice equipment
related permits, approvals and installation as required.
5.5.2
All regulations, including building codes and other codes applying to this jurisdiction
should be followed. In addition all equipment shall comply with the following:
National Electric Manufacturer’s Association (NEMA).
Underwriter’s Laboratories, Inc. (U.L.), and must bear label.
National Electric Code, (NEC).
National Sanitation Foundation, (NSF) and must bear label.
American Society of Mechanical Engineers (ASME) and must carry the ASME
stamp.
American Gas Association (AGA).
National Fire Protection Association (NFPA) including #70, 96 and 54.
American Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers
American Society of Heating, Refrigeration and Air Conditioning Engineering
(ASHRAE).
American Society of Tested Materials (ASTM).
American National Standards Institute (ANSI).
Sheet Metal and Air Conditioning Contractors National Association (SMACNA).
American Disabilities Act (ADA).
Uniform Building Code (UBC).
5.5.3
The Contract Documents shall govern whenever they require larger size or higher
standard than required by regulations. When requirements of the Drawings exceed the
written Specifications, the Drawings shall govern and when the written Specifications
exceed the Drawings, the Specifications shall govern.
5.5.4
Should it appear that the work intended or required to be described or any of the matters
relative thereto are not sufficiently detailed or explained on the Drawings or in the
specifications, the FSEC shall apply to the Foodservice Consultant so additional
information questions can be answered before contracting the work.
5.5.5
No extra charge will be paid for furnishing items required by the regulations, but not
specified and/or shown on the Drawings.
5.5.6
Ruling and interpretations of the enforcing agencies shall be considered a part of the
regulations.
5.5.7
Substitutions or alternate manufacturer requests:
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5.5.7.1 Substitution requests must be supplemented by sufficient information in the form of
manufacturer technical specifications, drawings, pictures and or samples to evaluate
equality, appearance and all other rated conditions.
5.5.7.2 Written substitution requests must be made by FSEC and shall be submitted to the
Foodservice Consultant a minimum of 10 days prior to bid date. Substitution will not
be allowed if submitted at bid date without prior approval.
5.5.7.3 Where substitutions are made by the FSEC, with the approval of the Foodservice
Consultant, the FSEC shall be responsible and pay the cost of any consequential
modifications which may result from the substitution.
5.5.7.4 Any approval of an alternate manufacturer will not relieve the FSEC of any costs
resulting from changes to size, weight, mechanical, electrical or plumbing
requirements.
5.6
6.0
WARRANTY
5.6.1
Provide all labor, materials, refrigerant and incidental expenses to maintain proper
operation of all related equipment. Systems to be kept in full working condition for a
period of one (1) year from the date of acceptance by the Owner. Any parts requiring
replacement during warranty period shall be replaced with new parts and installed at no
cost to the Owner.
5.6.2
The contractor shall be an authorized service and repair center for the equipment bid.
Common service parts shall be stocked at their location. Telephone calls for service
questions, during normal business hours shall be returned by the contractor within 4 hours
of receipt. Contractor shall be able to respond to an onsite service call and have parts
available within 24 hours of notification. Contractor must complete all maintenance or repair
services within 2 days of beginning work; if not possible the Contractor must offer an
equivalent loaner, at no cost, if requested by the University.
If the contractor cannot
complete all services within this time, the contractor must provide a progress report of the
repair to the designated administrator in University Centers. The service representative
shall leave with the ordering department a copy of a dated written report indicating the
service performed. This report must be signed by the University employee in charge of the
equipment.
5.6.3
Equipment shall be serviced within a reasonable period of time by a competent and
factory-trained local service agency. Service shall be performed within 24 hours of
request of service. Repairs not completed within 24 hours will allow the Owner to
contract with an outside agency and charge the costs to the FSEC.
5.6.4
A pro rata basis extension shall be included for the condensing units for four (4)
additional years, exclusive of labor. Equipment identified as to be provided early and
relocated will not impact equipment warranty.
SUBMITTALS
6.1
Product Data
After award of contract and before proceeding with the purchase of manufactured
equipment, develop the information listed below and submit a printed copy and an
electronic copy in Adobe Acrobat PDF format complete as directed by the
Foodservice Consultant with:
6.1.1
Cover sheet including the name of the project with date of submission.
6.1.2
Title Sheet including an index, name and address for the Architect, General
Contractor, Client Contact, Food Service Equipment Contractor.
6.1.3
Provide a separate page for each manufactured piece of equipment showing:
6.1.3.1 Item number, quantity, description, manufacturer’s name and telephone, model
number, optional finishes, equipment, accessories and modifications, utilities
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required and special notes.
7.0
6.1.4
Consultant shall comment and insert the Consultant’s stamp on the cover sheet
indicating review of the documents.
6.1.5
Brochure booklets will be returned with comments for distribution by FSEC. The
FSEC shall provide up to 10 copies of the brochure when requested.
6.1.6
No printed copies of the brochure booklets should be provided as part of the
submittal review process. Printed material will be returned to the FSEC.
6.1.7
Provide confirming statement of completion of code review and code compliance
of submitted documents.
DRAWINGS AND SCHEDULES
Based on the request of the Foodservice Consultant provide submittals in one of the
requested formats listed below:
7.1
Provide two (2) sets shop and rough-in drawings, and equipment schedules within 15 days of award
of the contract or as required by the Architect. Submit 1/4” scale reproducible paper rough-in
drawings for review. Drawings shall be dimensioned, showing ventilation requirements, floor and
wall sleeves, plumbing, gas, steam, and electrical connections, including those items supplied by the
Owner. Provide concrete pad dimensions, depressions and special conditions as required for
equipment. Elevations and sections of special work shall be prepared for use by the respective
trades. The FSEC shall be responsible for the accuracy of all information on their drawings.
Consultant shall comment and stamp drawings and return to FSEC for duplication. Provide an
adequate number of drawings (up to 10 sets) as directed by the GC or Owner.
7.2
Provide an electronic copy of the equipment and utility schedules, shop drawings, rough-in and
detail drawings in Adobe Acrobat PDF format within 15 days of award of the contract or as required
by the Architect. Drawings shall be dimensioned, showing ventilation requirements, floor and wall
sleeves, plumbing, gas, steam, and electrical connections, including those items supplied by the
Owner. Provide concrete pad dimensions, depressions and special conditions as required for
equipment. Elevations and sections of special work shall be prepared for use by the respective
trades. The FSEC shall be responsible for the accuracy of all information on their drawings.
Consultant shall comment and insert Consultant’s stamp on drawings and return to FSEC. No
printed copies of the brochure booklets should be provided as part of the submittal review process.
Printed material will be returned to the FSEC. FSEC shall be responsible for providing the adequate
number of approved submittal documents and drawings (up to 10 sets) as directed by the GC or
Owner.
NOTE: The reproduction of the drawings from Mackesey and Associates are prohibited.
7.3
The following shall each be produced on separate sheets and/or plans:
Plumbing; Electrical: Building Works and Ventilation; Refrigeration and Beverage systems.
7.4
Utilities shall be stubbed out of walls whenever possible.
7.5
Verify mechanical, plumbing, electrical and ventilation rough-in and sleeve locations before walls
and floor slabs are poured.
7.6
In the event rough-in has been accomplished before the award of the contract, check existing facility
and furnish all equipment to suit building conditions and utilities. If inspection reveals that the
existing conditions seriously interfere with the execution of the Work, the FSEC shall report these
conditions to the Architect and await instruction before proceeding with that portion of the work. No
extra charges shall be allowed for utility changes to fit equipment during installation and connection.
7.7
Prepare and submit wall backing drawings in the format listed above. The drawings shall show the
location and size of all wall backing required. The drawings shall be submitted for review and
submitted to the General Contractor in time for the wall backing to be installed prior to the closing of
the walls. (This applies to drywall and stud wall systems only).
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8.0
9.0
7.8
Prepare and submit shop drawings in the format listed above for all custom (special) items of work
included in this contract. The detail drawings shall be submitted at minimum of ¾” scale for
elevations and 1 ½“ scale for sections. Drawings shall show all dimensions, all details of
construction, installation and relation to adjoining and related work. Drawings shall show all
reinforcements, anchoring and other related work required for the complete installation of all fixtures.
Include size and strength for type, size and location of concealed anchorage of an adequate size
and strength to securely mount any ceiling-hung equipment. Shop drawing paper shall be a
minimum of 24” x 36”.
7.9
Checking product data sheets, rough-in drawings, wall backing drawings, shop drawings and
refrigeration drawings by Consultant is for design concept only, and does not relieve the FSEC of the
responsibility for compliance with Contract Documents, verification of utilities with equipment
requirements for conformity and location, verification of all dimensions of equipment and building
conditions or reasonable adjustments due to deviations. Review of submittals by the Foodservice
Consultant is for design concept only and does not relieve the FSEC of the responsibility for
compliance with design drawings, details, specifications and verifications of utilities with equipment
requirements for conformity, location and verifications of all dimensions of equipment biding
conditions or reasonable adjustments due to deviations.
7.10
All checking of submittals shall be accomplished before ordering equipment or starting fabrication.
Corrected brochure booklets and drawing sheets will be returned by the Foodservice Consultant for
revisions by the FSEC. Repeat until all corrections are made satisfactorily.
7. 11
Submit complete detail factory engineered shop drawings including system description,
configuration, system component locations, proposed piping routes; after review by design team,
incorporate review comments and submit to fire authorities having jurisdiction for exhaust hood and
fire suppression system approval prior to fabrication of both the exhaust hood and the fire
suppression system.
7.12
All drawings provided for the GC or Owner shall be delivered rolled in a mailing tube when
requested. Folded drawings shall be returned.
7.13
After final approvals have been received, supply one printed copy of the approved submittals and
drawings to the Foodservice Consultant.
7.14
Provide all samples of materials requested by Foodservice Consultant for test purposes or
comparisons. Samples used for testing shall not be used on the project without the approval of the
Foodservice Consultant.
PARTS AND SERVICE WARRANTY
8.1
Prior to demonstration and final inspection submit three (3) copies of the Operations and
Maintenance manuals to the Architect or GC for approval. Manuals shall be in hard cover three-ring
binders and shall include replacement part lists and a typewritten sheet listing name, address and
phone numbers of all service agencies to be involved, with reference to the names and item
numbers of the pieces of equipment each services. Provide a typewritten index sheet showing, in
numerical order, the item numbers and corresponding model and serial number of each piece of
equipment. Provide a cover sheet listing the name, address and phone for the Architect, General
Contractor, FSEC and the Foodservice Consultant.
8.2
Manuals must be submitted before the Owner issues final acceptance of the installation and starts
the warranty.
8.3
Provide the information listed above in both PDF and printed form.
VERIFICATION AND COORDINATION OF PROJECT / DATA
9.1
Verify sizes with the Owner on the following items before ordering or fabrication:
Steam pans
Sheet pans
Trays
Plates, bowls, platters and all other dinnerware including requirements for
disposables.
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9.2
Quietness of operation of all foodservice refrigeration equipment is a requirement of the
Remove or repair any equipment producing objectionable noises.
9.3
Verify all conditions at the building site(s), particularly door openings and passageways to avoid
delivering items too large for entry. Coordinate with the General Contractor access to insure delivery
of equipment to the required areas. Coordination shall include, but not be limited to, early delivery,
hoisting, window removal and/or delay of wall construction. All special equipment handling charges,
window removal, etc. shall be paid for by the FSEC. Do not deliver equipment until authorized by the
GC. Verify storage location prior to delivery. If jobsite is not adequate to insure proper installation of
the equipment, notification shall be in writing with sufficient time to effect corrective measures to
meet the installation schedule.
9.4
Verify and coordinate with trades, the height and location of piping and duct work in areas above
exhaust hoods.
9.5
All shipments shall be made freight prepaid. Equipment shall be wrapped and crated at the factory
and shall be delivered in undamaged condition. Store all equipment and materials in such a manner
as to prevent damage due to moisture, foreign materials, impact or unintended use.
9.6
Coordinate the timely installation of the wearing floors inside the cold storage rooms with the
General Contractor to prevent prolonged exposure of the floor insulation. Notify trades that cold
storage areas are not to be used by any other trades for storage or work areas. Repair or replace
any damaged areas on the interior of the cold storage room before Owner occupancy.
9.7
Determine the acceptability of the location of the remote refrigeration condensing units in regards to
ambient temperature, noise, vandalism and accessibility. If the condensing unit location is
determined to be unacceptable for any reason, advise Architect/Owner and request direction in
writing.
9.8
FSEC shall be responsible for the equipment until a review and inventory of the completed
installation has been accomplished by the FSEC. Any damage to equipment prior to Owner
acceptance will be corrected by FSEC with no additional cost to Owner. It is the sole responsibility of
the FSEC to keep the equipment safe from use or damage while on site and before acceptance by
the Owner. Store all equipment and materials insuch a manner as to prevent damage due to
moisture, foreign material and impact.
9.9
FSEC shall be responsible for maintaining the code approvals for all exhaust hoods including
protecting the hoods from any penetrations during the building construction. The FSEC shall provide
signs for all sides of the hood stating – ANY PENETRATIONS OR INSTALLATION OF FASTENERS
WILL VIOLATE AGENCY APPROVALS.
COMMERCIALLY MANUFACTURED EQUIPMENT
10.1
All items of standard equipment shall be the latest model available at time of delivery.
10.2
Manufacturer’s directions shall be followed in cases where the manufacturer of articles used in this
contract furnishes direction or covers points not shown on the drawings or specifications.
10.3
All doors shall be hinged as shown on the drawings.
10.4
FSEC shall be responsible for execution of all articles of Part II unless otherwise specified.
10.5
All refrigeration equipment whether self-contained or refrigerated by use of remote equipment shall
be designed and installed to maintain the following general temperatures unless otherwise specified:
Walk-in Refrigerator 35 degrees Fahrenheit
Walk-in Freezer -10 degrees Fahrenheit
Reach-in Refrigerator 35 degrees Fahrenheit
Reach-in Freezer -10 degrees Fahrenheit
Undercounter Refrigerator 35 degrees Fahrenheit
Undercounter Freezer -10 degrees Fahrenheit
Cold pan 0 degrees Fahrenheit
11.0
equipment.
PLUMBING WORK
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12.0
11.1
Provide suitable pipe slots, chases and/or do all drilling, punching and cutting of equipment required
to provide access for appropriate trade to make connections and/or runs. Such work performed at
the job site shall be of the same quality as similar to the factory or fabrication shop.
11.2
To insure proper clearance for cleaning, all horizontal piping lines shall be run at the highest
possible elevation and not less than 6” above the finished floor, through equipment whenever
possible.
11.3
Indirect waste piping (except from sinks and ventilators) shall be installed in accordance with the
codes in effect at the job site. Piping shall run as described hereinafter, and shall discharge into
open site drains and floor sinks. Extend piping to a point at least 2” above the rim for the drain/floor
sink and with a cut bottom on 45 degree angle. All indirect waste piping shall be installed and routed
in a manner to insure proper drainage and shall conform to shelves, spaces, equipment or building
conditions. Secure all indirect waste piping as required to achieve same. Indirect waste piping from
ice bins, ice pans or similar items shall be insulated and installed to prevent condensation.
11.4
Trough and disposer cone water inlets shall be located above positive water level to prevent
siphoning of liquids in the water systems. Wherever conditions shall require a submerged inlet, a
suitable and code approved back flow device such as a reduced pressure backflow, check valve
and vacuum breaker shall be placed on the fixture to form part of same to prevent siphoning. Include
¼ turn valves for each of the water inlets to control water volume. For all backflow devices not
specifically specified by the FSEC, the code compliant units shall be provided by the PC.
11.5
Where exposed, FSEC shall provide S/S or chrome plated piping and fittings to PC for installation.
11.6
Based on the maximum allowed incoming line pressure per gas fired piece of equipment, the FSEC
shall provide the necessary gas pressure regulator to reduce pressure from 14" W.C. to the factory
recommended gas pressure.
11.7
All valves where required shall be American made to insure availability of replacement parts.
FAUCETS
12.1
Faucets shall be furnished by the FSEC for all sinks, bain maries, water stations, and other fixtures
as specified and shall be supplied with non-splash aerator, and water saving devices where required
by local codes. Faucets shall be EPAct 2005 compliant. Unless otherwise specified, faucets shall be
provided as follows to match elevation drawings. PC to install and plumb to fixtures.
Deck mount sink faucet – T & S Model B-0201 faucet with B-0199-01 aerator.
Splash mount sink faucet – T & S Model B-0231 faucet with B-0199-01 aerator.
Deck mount pre-rinse spray – T & S Model B-0123-0156-109 with B-0199-01
aerator.
Splash mount pre-rinse spray – T & S Model B-1 0131-0156-109 with B-0199-01
Aerator.
Splash mount fast fill pre-rinse spray – T & S Model B-0287-109 “Big-Flo” pre4
rinse spray assembly with faucet with 12” spout.
Splash mounted fast fill faucet – T & S Model B-0290.
Hand sink – touchless – T&S Model EC-3100, deck-mounted electronic faucet
with mixing valve, #GN2AH8 spout and aerator. Each faucet will be hard wired.
Fill faucet – T & S Model B-0208 faucet with B-0199 aerator.
12.2
13.0
Acceptable alternate – Chicago Faucet or Fisher, wherever not already specified. Owner reserves
the option to require either T & S Brass and Bronze, Fisher or Chicago Faucet. With the exception
of the hand wash sink, faucet brand shall be consistent throughout the project.
DRAINS AND WASTES
13.1
The FSEC shall furnish all necessary drains and wastes with the equipment as follows
unless otherwise specified. PC to install and plumb as required.
Drain (2”) – rotary lever – T & S Model B-3900 or approved equal Component
Hardware model.
Drain (2”) – rotary lever drain with rear overflow – T & S Model B-3902 or
approved equal Component Hardware model.
Drain (1 ½”) – Basket strainer – Component Hardware Model E38-1012.
Acceptable alternate manufacturers for drain and waste items – Franklin
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Products. Owner reserves the option to require a specific brand. The brand
shall be consistent throughout the project.
14.0
FLEXIBLE GAS AND WATER LINES
14.1
Flexible gas and water supply hoses shall be furnished by the FSEC for all cooking, beverage
dispensing and other fixtures as specified with casters or noted on the Mechanical / Electrical /
Plumbing Schedule in the mobile configuration as required by local codes. Unless otherwise
specified, flexible lines shall be furnished as follows to match Drawings and include quick
disconnect features. Furnish devices to PC for final installation:
One Dormont Model1675KITCF2S48PS flexible gas hose kit. Include PosiSet wheel
locators for all equipment with casters.
One Dormont Series HW, Dormont Model HW37BP2Q72 flexible water hose kit.
14.2
15.0
Verify hose length based on equipment location and connection location, confirm length with
Consultant. Provide one hose per connection.
WATER FILTERS
15.1
Furnish Everpure or Cuno complete filter assemblies for the following equipment:
Steamers.
Combination ovens.
Rack style baking ovens.
Beverage equipment, including Beverage vendor supplied equipment.
Ice makers.
Ice makers / soda dispensers.
15.2
16.0
17.0
Filter assemblies shall be sized based on factory recommendations including
required service flow, peak water demand and water quality.
VENTILATION WORK
16.1
Provide all labor, material and service required to install hoods, vent ducts and other specified
capture devices; verify size and location of duct connections and provide all exposed S/S duct work
from hoods, ventilators and dishwashers to building duct work, including trim and watertight or
grease tight connections.
16.2
Coordinate with appropriate trade requirements for ducts, fans, dampers, starters, etc., necessary
for the operation of all required exhaust and ventilation systems, as specified.
16.3
Trim the area between the top of the hood and the finished ceiling with materials matching the
exhaust hood or other capture device.
ELECTRICAL WORK
17.1
For all fabricated equipment, the FSEC will provide all outlets, switches, controls, service fittings and
load centers. Load centers shall be complete with individual “visi-trip” circuit breakers for each
device built in for forming an integral part of the unit. Furnish to Division 16 (available at:
http://ftp.cdsmith.com/CoryHenschel/12G1V_UWP_RHDF/) a wiring schematic including circuit
breaker diagram for each required load center.
17.2
Insure that all equipment furnished under this contract shall be so wired, wound and
constructed as to conform to the characteristics of electrical and other service at the premises.
17.3
Appliances shall be new, of manufacturers current production and furnished complete with motor
drive mechanism, starters and controllers, including master switches, timers, cut-outs, reversing
mechanism and other electrical equipment if and as applicable. Wiring and connection diagrams
shall be furnished with electrically operated machines and for all fabricated equipment.
17.4
Only rigid steel conduit shall be used, zinc coated where unexposed and chrome plated where
exposed on fabricated equipment. All conduits/wiring shall be run concealed wherever possible.
Conduit shall be continuous between outlets and from outlet to load center or pull boxes and shall
enter and be secured in such a manner that each system shall be electrically continuous throughout.
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All conduits shall be thoroughly and substantially supported by accepted industry practices and meet
all codes.
17.5
Supply on each motor drive appliance or electrical heating unit, a suitable control switch or
of proper type whenever such equipment is not provided with same.
starter
17.6
All plug-in equipment shall be plugs and neoprene cords (of adequate length) factory installed.
Coordinate with Division 16 (available at:
http://ftp.cdsmith.com/CoryHenschel/12G1V_UWP_RHDF/) so that the receptacles provided will
match the specific plugs installed as part of the plug-in equipment. Any changes of cords or plugs
required in the field due to lack of coordination between Division 16 (available at:
http://ftp.cdsmith.com/CoryHenschel/12G1V_UWP_RHDF/) and the FSEC shall be the responsibility
of the FSEC.
17.7
All surface mounted receptacles indicated for fabricated equipment are to be Component Hardware
series R58-1010 or equal aluminum outlet boxes complete with satin finish stainless steel cover and
receptacles as indicated below:
2-pole, 3 wire grounding, 20 amp, 120V; Hubbell #5352 or equal (NEMA 5-20R)
2-pole, 3 wire grounding, 20 amp; 250V; Hubbell #5461 or equal (NEMA 6-20R)
2-pole, 3 wire grounding, 30 amp; 250V; Hubbell #9330 or equal (NEMA 6-30R)
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17.8
All built-in receptacles indicated for fabricated equipment are to be 2” x 4 ½” deep, S/S “Handy Box”
tack welded to fixture and fitted with receptacle indicated above and satin finish stainless steel cover.
Splash mounted receptacles to be horizontal with all others installed vertically. 30 amp, 250v
receptacles required at 2⅛" deep. Coordinate installation by increasing splash depth to 2 ½”.
17.9
All switches, controls etc. shall be conspicuously labeled as to use with phenolic plastic name
plates screwed to adjacent surfaces, with white recessed lettering on black background. Submit a
sample to the Foodservice Consultant for approval as part of submittal process.
17.10
All electrically heated, fabricated equipment shall be internally wired to a thermostat control and an
“on/off” red neon light indicator, both to be mounted in a terminal box with a removable access panel
and located outside the heated area. Wiring to be nickel plated copper properly insulated.
17.11
All cold storage room electrical components shall be provided with conduit, splice boxes, switches,
fittings, etc. concealed within the insulated panel at time insulation is foamed in place. Conduit shall
extend up within wall panels, through ceiling panels ready for EYS fittings and final connection by
Division 16 (available at: http://ftp.cdsmith.com/CoryHenschel/12G1V_UWP_RHDF/) . Sealing and
insulation of all electrical penetrations shall be provided by the EC.
17.12
Provide all incandescent and fluorescent tubes required for equipment under this section. Unless
otherwise specified, all tubes shall be fluorescent or LED.
FABRICATED EQUIPMENT
18.1
All specially fabricated equipment must be by one manufacturer acceptable to the Foodservice
Consultant. As described in the Item Specifications the equipment shall be of uniform design and
finish. All work must be completed in an approved manner to the satisfaction of the Foodservice
Consultant.
18.2
Standard details included as part of the drawings are to be considered guides to quality and
scope of work involved for all custom fabricated equipment. Where shop practices indicate,
alternate construction methods and component items of equal manufacturer may be
substituted. It will be the responsibility of the FSEC to prove the quality of the proposed
alternate methods.
18.3
All fabricated equipment shall be fabricated in accordance with the Contract Documents and
bear the NSF seal.
18.4
Upon request, the fabricator shall submit evidence of completion of comparable contracts.
18.5
No nameplates or stickers other than NSF, UL or manufacturers name shall be permitted.
Any damages caused by correction shall be borne by the FSEC.
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20.0
18.6
All seams and joints shall be shop welded and soldered as the nature of the material may require.
Welds to be ground smooth and polished to match original finish. Field joints in stainless steel and/or
brass tops shall be welded or fused and finished as specified. Body joints shall be draw type with
hairline joints. Provide extra angle bracing on each side of body joint, ⅜” diameter draw bolts, lock
washers and lock nuts.
18.7
Framework of galvanized steel shall be welded construction. Where galvanizing has been burned
off, the weld shall be sealed with high grade aluminum paint.
METAL TOP CONSTRUCTION
19.1
All seams and joints shall be one-piece welded construction, reinforced on the underside with
galvanized steel welded in place so tops can support heavy weights without deflection. Cross braces
to be not more than 30” on center lengthwise and front to back. Fully welded intersections of
channels are required. Tack welding of channel intersection will not be acceptable.
19.2
Tabletops shall have edges turned down square 1 ½” with ¼” turn back angled downward 15 to 30
degrees. Provide alternate top edges as indicated in the Contract Documents.
19.3
If inverted hat sections are used in lieu of channels, close ends.
19.4
As indicated on the Drawings - provide sound dampening, NSF certified, non-adsorbent, hard-drying,
sound deadening coating. Provide coating compounded for permanent adhesion to metal in ⅛“
(3mm) thickness that does not chop, flake or blister.
WOOD TABLE TOPS
20.1
21.0
22.0
23.0
Table tops specified as wood top tables shall be a minimum of 1 ¾" thick, sectional, hard rock, kiln
dried maple construction. Non island tables shall have 1" thick x 6" high cover maple backsplash on
the back and ends unless otherwise specified. Top to be NSF approved. In lieu of maple tops,
Richlite composite materials may be provided as specified.
FASTENERS
21.1
Exposed bolt heads will not be permitted on fixtures. Butt joints made by riveting straps under
seams and then filled with solder will not be acceptable.
21.2
Rivets of any kind, including pop-rivets, will not be acceptable.
21.3
Exposed screw heads, when necessary, shall be one of the same materials as the pieces joined and
countersunk flush.
21.4
Fasten reinforcing to tops with studs welded to underside and capped with locking chrome acorn
nuts. No exposed bolt or stud threads will be permitted on fabricated equipment.
ROLLED EDGES
22.1
Rolls shall be as detailed with corners bullnosed, welded, ground and polished.
22.2
Fabricate rolled edges as shown on the details in the Construction Documents.
22.3
Dishtables, drainboards, backsplashes and turned up edges shall be ½” or larger radius bends in all
horizontal and vertical corners, coved at intersections unless specified otherwise.
LEGS AND CROSSRAILS
23.1
Equipment legs and crossrails shall be 1 ⅝”, 16 gauge stainless steel tubing unless otherwise
specified. All welding at crossrails shall be continuous and ground smooth. Tack welded is not
acceptable. Tops of legs to be fitted with Component Hardware Model A18-9912-C, 14 gauge
stainless steel gussets or approved equal. Gussets are to be secured as follows:
23.2
Whenever sectional, removable undershelves are specified, the crossrails configuration shall allow
the crossrails to be extended to the wall and attached to the wall with S/S wall flanges in lieu of S/S
feet.
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25.0
23.3
For sink basins, weld gussets to triangular stainless steel gusset plates, which are in turn welded to
underside of sinks.
23.4
For tables and dishtables, utilize gussets which shall be welded to reinforcing channel/hat channels
14 gauge or heavier.
23.5
For wood or composite tops provide welded stainless steel hat channel sections to support the top
and to be held in place with stainless steel metal screws in slotted holes of flanges.
23.6
Bottom of legs to be fitted with Component Hardware Model A10-0851-C adjustable stainless steel
foot or approved equal. Foot plug to be welded, ground and polished.
When flanged feet are
specified, use Component Hardware Model A10-0854-C adjustable stainless steel foot or approved
equal.
23.7
Enclosed cabinet bases mounted on 6” high legs are to be equipped with Component Hardware
Model A48-5048-C adjustable stainless steel counter legs or approved equal.
DESCRIPTION METAL GAUGE FINISH
24.1
Stainless steel shall be 18-8 Type 304, ASTM Specification A167, #4 finish, ASTM Specification
A480. Sheets shall be free of warps, buckles, pits and scratches. Galvanized steel shall meet ASTM
Standard A#46. Unless specified otherwise the following metal gauges shall be used:
Dishtables, tables and counter tops S/S 14 #4
Hat Channel - Unexposed Galvanized 14 #4
Hat Channel - Exposed S/S 14 #4
Counter Body
Exposed - Framework S/S 18 #4
Exposed - Aprons, Partitions S/S 18 #4
Unexposed - Framework Galvanized 18 #4
Unexposed - Aprons, Partitions Galvanized 18 #4
Shelves S/S 16 #4
Refrigerated interiors S/S 20 #4
Doors - Inside face S/S 20 #4
Doors - Outside face S/S 18 #4
Drawer Pans S/S 20 2B
Shelf - wall or fixture mounted S/S 16 #4
Shelf - Refrigerated areas S/S wire
Shelf Brackets S/S 14 #4
Wall Flashing S/S 20 #4
Wall Flashing tee strips S/S Component Hardware
J64-1450 series
Equipment Legs & Crossrails S/S tubing 16 #4
24.2
As required by the Consultant, submit a certified copy of the mill analysis of materials.
CLOSURE
25.1
26.0
Backs of all exposed fixtures, backsplashes, endsplashes, shelves, etc. shall be closed with
matching materials.
CASTERS
26.1
Casters shall be Jarvis and Jarvis or equal Colson Caster Corporation, Series 2, non -marking, ball
bearing NSF approved type with greaseproof neoprene or polyurethane tires. Wheels shall be 5”
diameter as further described below:
Stem caster - Model 5-405-213G-19A.
Locking stem casters - Model 5-405-213G-19A including "Vertilok" brake.
Plate caster - Model 5-305-213G-2.
Locking plate caster. Model 5-305-213G-2 including "Vertilok" brake.
27.2
27.0
All casters shall have a minimum capacity of 300# per caster.
SINKS
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28.0
27.1
Fabricated sinks shall have corners same as for table tops. One piece welded construction with
bottom sloped to drains. Multiple compartments shall have double wall partitions and one-piece front
panels providing continuous exterior. Use of trim bands as well as opening between compartments
or applied panels will not be accepted.
27.2
Sinks shall be 14 gauge S/S with intersections and corners coved a minimum of ¾”. The use of
soldered filleted corners will be not accepted.
27.3
Provide 10” backsplash for all fabricated units with sinks.
27.4
Provide brackets for rotary lever drain handles, attached to the bottom of the sink base with welded
studs and chrome acorn nuts.
27.5
For sink compartment with disposer compartments, coordinate the shipment of the disposer
collar/cone to the fabricator for factory installation.
27.6
Include fully welded 12 gauge brackets for control panels, switches, disposer controls, faucet bodies,
mixing valves and outlet boxes welded to a full depth U -channel which is attached to the unit by
spot-welded studs 6” on center.
27.7
Sink inserts shall be of same gauge as the top, integrally welded and with #4 finish where exposed.
27.8
Provide rotary lever drains with rear overflows.
DRAWERS
28.1
29.0
All drawer pans shall have all corners coved and constructed from 20 ga. S/S 20” x 20” x 5” deep.
Pans to be mounted to S/S welded frame supported by Component Hardware Series S52 heavy
duty slides, 200# load capacity per pair. Install an angle of ½” in 12” to provide self-closing operation.
Mount slides to a 16 ga. S/S channel type three sided housing with an open style bottom with two
welded S/S cross braces. Construct the overlay drawer front of 18 ga. S/S double pan construction
with a fiberboard insulation between. As shown on the Drawings, each drawer shall have a
continuous top pull. Recessed drawer pulls are not acceptable. All assemblies shall include drawer
stops and rubber cushion bumpers. Pan to be easily removable without the use of tools.
HARDWARE
29.1
All hardware shall be of heavy duty construction and identified on shop drawings by manufacturer
and model number and shall be subject to final approval by the Foodservice Consultant.
29.2
All hardware shall be identified with manufacturer’s name and number so that broken or wrong parts
may be replaced.
29.3
All hardware and buy-out accessories shall be listed on submittals with a bill of materials.
29.4
Specified locks shall be flush fitting, cylinder dead bolt locks. Component Hardware Model P30
Series or equal. The Owner shall have the ability to request the keying configuration.
29.5
Confirm with the Owner all glass, dish, and pan sizes, weights and other related
items to be stored or dispensed from drop-in style holders and dispensers.
29.6
All ice pans, ice bins, refrigerated pans and cabinets shall be provided with breaker strips where
adjoining top or cabinet faces to prevent condensation. Breaker strips shall be fastened with
stainless steel counter sunk screws. Pop rivets are not acceptable.
29.7
All insulation shall be foamed in-place polyurethane. Fiberglass insulation shall not be used.
Heated areas shall have minimum of 1” thick insulation. Cold areas shall be minimum thickness
indicated on Details and Drawings and shall be of adequate thickness to prevent condensation.
Insulation shall be bonded to all surfaces.
29.8.
Electrical Panels / Components
29.8.1 Where UL Listed equipment assemblies with electrical circuit breaker panels are specified
for custom fabricated equipment, the equipment shall be fabricated in a UL Listed shop and
meet the requirements of UL 165. Provide certifying label for all UL approved work.
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29.8.2 Field wiring and UL field certification shall not be acceptable. Identify all circuits by
typewritten index. Provide all panel specs with breakers and spare breakers.
29.8.3 Internal wiring specified for custom fabricated equipment shall be identified with tags
indicating item number and electrical characteristics. Furnish wiring diagrams. All wiring
shall run in rigid conduits, zinc coated where concealed and chrome or S/S where exposed.
Wire wet areas in Sealtite Type EF conduit or equal. Provide conduit raceways where
possible. NEMA34 standards shall apply to all splash areas. Final connections by EC.
29.8.4 Exposed junction boxes for switches and receptacles shall be S/S or cast aluminum Bell
boxes and shall be furnished with S/S cover plates. Provide NEMA #4 water proof boxes for
wet areas. All wiring between boxes shall be in rigid conduit.
29.8.5 When electrical load centers / electrical panels are specified, provide compartment with
electrical subpanel which shall be pre-wired in conduit concealed in cabinet body
construction and connected to all electrical components built into or set upon the counter.
Electrical sub-panel shall be UL / ETL / CSA listed, three phase, four (4) wire circuit breaker
type with a ground buss main breaker and individual breakers for each serviced load. Buss
shall be copper and the circuit breakers shall be the molded case, bolt-on type with thermo
magnetic quick-make, quick-break trip. Multi-pole circuit breakers shall have an internal trip
bar. The circuit breakers shall have an interrupting capacity of 10,000 amperes at 120 volts
and there shall be a separate breaker for each connected load. Each breaker shall be sized
for 125% of the connected load and a minimum of two (2) extra, single pole, 20 amp circuit
breakers shall be provided. The loads shall be connected through the breakers in a phased
sequence to balance the load on each phase.
30.0
ARCHITECTURAL MILLWORK EQUIPMENT
30.1
The following general requirements shall govern the construction of millwork built fixtures, except
where otherwise noted. Work shall be performed by skilled mechanics of the trade and shall be of
the highest quality throughout, in such a manner as to fulfill the intent of the Contract Documents.
Perform architectural woodwork in accordance with “Architectural Woodwork Quality Standards”
published by the Architectural Woodwork Institute (AWI). Fabricator shall have a demonstrated
ability in fabricating woodwork items similar in type and quality to those required for this project.
30.1.1 All fixtures shall be made by one manufacturer and assembled in single and complete units
as the dimensions will permit shipment to and installation of at the building. Large pieces
requiring sectional construction shall have their parts accurately fitted and aligned with all
others, and provided with ample screws, glue and bolt blocks, tongues, grooves and splines,
dowels, mortises and tenons, screws, bolts or suitable means of concealed fastening, as
required to render the work substantial, rigid and permanently secured in proper position to
each related section.
30.1.2 Sufficient additional material shall be allowed to permit accurate scribing to walls, floor and
related work, and due allowance made whenever possible for such shrinkage as may
develop after installation. Single and sectional units shall be provided with adequate
cleating, blocking, crating and other forms of protection as required to preclude damage
during shipping and handling.
30.1.3 Framing and blocking members shall be assembled with bolted and screwed connections
and should be secured to the structural backing with cinch, expansion screws or toggle
bolts, as required; spaced and installed to insure ample strength and rigidity. Rails and
stiles shall be mortised and tenoned, work neatly mitered and membered, all butt joints
made flush and smooth, and all permanent joints made up with water resistant glue. All
fixtures shall be assembled without face screws or nails, except where it may be necessary
to attach items. All face screws or nails which are necessary shall be counter sunk and
plastic wood or wood plugs used to cover head, and the plug neatly touched up. The heads
of all screws used in any assembly shall be counter sunk below the surface.
30.1.4 The core material shall be marine grade, 7 ply substrate or MEDEX exterior resin medium
density fiberboard substrate; conform to ANSI A208.2.3.3.4, as manufactured by Medite
Corporation (Phone 503-773-2522) or equal by Norbord MDF-MR (Phone 800-367-6338).
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All substrate materials shall be LEED certified and meet the LEED requirements for
the project.
30.1.5 Back sheet shall be NEMA LD .020” thick, Type V, Grade 91 plastic laminate; apply on all
surfaces not covered with plastic laminate; coordinate color with exposed surface color;
comply with NSF Standard 35.
30.2
Construction / Joints
30.2.1 Follow AWI Premium Grade Standards; factory assembled parts and prefinished; flush type
fronts and overlapping ends; ¾” core material base cabinet, end and dividers with corner
joints between framed members fully lock-jointed, glued and screwed; dado and glue
cabinet backs into sides and bottom; scribe counter top and backsplashes; secure
countertops to base cabinet from underside; fully cure surfaces prior to installation. Mortise
and tenon, spline, dowel and/or pin lock and glue work to avoid use of nails wherever
practical. Make butt joints with an approved device for prevention of separation of members.
Blind nail and conceal.
30.3
Plastic Laminate
30.3.1 Plastic laminate shall be bonded to all exposed surfaces with Urac 185 adhesive or equal, to
minimum ¾” fir faced, close grain marine grade plywood applied under high pressure. In
accordance with AWI 1600A-G-1, use horizontal grade on all exposed surfaces, vertical
grade on semi-exposed surfaces and sealed paint on all concealed surfaces. Reject plastic
laminate or plastic backing shall be used to prevent warping, unless otherwise specified. All
edges shall be carefully sanded to smooth finish, removing burns, nicks and cur marks.
Plastic laminate joints shall be finished without wavy and unsightly joints. Joints need not be
mitered except as specified. Hand sand edges to a slight chamfer.
30.3.2 Top sheet shall be placed on and over finished edge. Ease exposed edge to overlap sheet.
Use largest sheet possible in order to minimize seams.
30.3.3 Coved backsplashes shall be a minimum of ¼”.
intersection with tabletops unless specified otherwise.
Endsplashes may have a square
30.3.4 Plastic laminated shelves shall be laminated with horizontal grade laminate on the side and
vertical grade at all edges.
30.4
Doors, Hinged
Hinged doors shall be fabricated of ¾” thick marine grade plywood with hardwood full perimeter
edge with plastic laminate on face and self-edging on exposed sides. Door hinges, pulls and
catches shall be supplied and detailed. Provide Grass 1200, 176 degree opening concealed
casework hinges or equal by Blum or Amerock. Door catches shall be Component Hardware Model
M22-2420 for non-magnetic and Model M30-2400, heavy duty, self-aligning for magnetic.
Utilize EPCO Model MC 4023.5 or as specified in the Item Specifications.
Door locks shall be Component Hardware Model P30 Series; stainless faced; master keyed as
specified.
30.5
Doors, Sliding
Sliding doors shall be fabricated of solid core marine grade plywood with hardwood edges and
constructed similar to hinged doors. Doors shall be mounted on E-Z Glides track. Doors shall be
removable without the use of tools. Rubber stops shall be provided concealed in end stile or
mullion.
30.6
Access Panels
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Access panels shall be fabricated of ¾” nominal thick hardwood and shall be fabricated as a door.
Each access panel shall be provided with 2 (two) magnetic catches at top and 2 (two) 3/16”
positioning pins at bottom.
30.7
Drawers
Drawers shall have dovetail construction, well glued and blocked. Fronts shall be not less than ¾”
thick hardwood. Sides and back shall be ½” thick fabricated of Birch, Maple, or Sycamore except
where extension slides are used, in which the side shall be ⅝” thick. Bottom shall be milled into
fronts and sides. Drawers shall be provided with suitable stops. Provide pulls as detailed or
specified. The inside surfaces of all drawers shall receive one coat of penetrating primer and one
coat of glass lacquer.
30.8
Painted Finishes
Painted finishes shall have exposed surfaces free from defects and blemishes that would show after
being finished, regardless of grade specified. All surfaces specified to receive a paint or enamel
finish shall receive one crosscoat of lacquer type undercoat. The undercoat shall be of appreciably
different color from that of the finish coat, and of proper ground color with relation to the finish coat.
After the undercoat has been thoroughly dried, surfaces shall be sanded smooth and two coats of
enamel shall be applied. Back painting shall be provided for all cabinet and woodwork prior to
installation.
30.9
Interior & Wall Shelves
Interior shelves shall be adjustable with flush routed-in shelf standards.
fabricated as specified and as per “Standard Detail”.
30.10
Wall shelves to be
Fire Retarding
Where required by code, all required materials are to be treated with fire retardant chemicals to
achieve the required flame spreading performance rating. Retardant chemicals must be a type
approved by local authorities.
31.0
32.0
SOLID SURFACE
31.1
Solid surface material shall be Formica or approved equal or the specific product listed in the Item
Specifications in the thickness stated in the Item Specifications. Joint adhesive and sealant shall be
of the same manufacturer of solid surface materials.
31.2
Provide silicone, epoxy or polyester adhesive of type recommended by manufacturer for application
and conditions of use.
31.3
Install drop-in equipment in a manner that will allow for extreme temperature changes and as not to
affect the integrity of the surrounding materials.
31.4
Fabricators must have a minimum of five years experience in fabricating solid polymer materials or
with the appropriate material type; experience must be based on foodservice projects of similar size
and complexity.
31.5
All solid surface materials shall carry the NSF seal.
COLD STORAGE ROOMS
32.1
All prefabricated cold storage rooms shall be manufactured by one manufacturer and installed by a
factory supervised installer. All refrigerated rooms shall conform to the Energy Independence and
Security Act of 2009 (EISA) / H. R. 6.
32.2
Interior finished ceiling height shall be 8’ - 6” unless otherwise specified.
32.3
Materials
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32.3.1
Insulation shall be UL / ETL rated, non-burning urethane, foamed in place, not frothed or
rigid board-foam.
32.3.1.1 Insulation shall be fluorocarbon filled (F-11) 95% closed cell content, nominal
density of 2.0 pounds + 0.1 per cubic foot. Dimensional stability shall be from 45 degrees F to 200 degrees F.
32.3.1.2 Insulation shall have a thermal conductivity (K-factor) not to exceed (0.14
BTU/hour/square foot) as tested on ASTM C-177, at 75 degrees F mean
temperature and an overall coefficient of heat transfer factor (U) not to exceed
0.029.
32.3.1.3 Insulation shall be rated as self extinguishing and fire retardant type.
Flammability characteristics per ASTM E-84 shall be less than 25 flame spread
and less than 450 smoke density, in accordance with U.B.C. Section 1717.
Insulation shall meet and comply with the 1989 Montreal Protocol Agreement for
reduced CFC content.
32.3.1.4 Classification; Class 1 Uniform Building Code, U.B.C. Part Viii, Section 42014203. Class A National Fire protection Association, NFPA Number 101, “Life
Safety Code”.
32.3.1.5 Fire hazard classification shall be in accordance with ASTME-84 (UL723) and
have a UL label.
32.4
Aluminum sheets used as a fascia for wall and ceiling panels shall be stucco aluminum not less than
0.040” thick.
32.5
Stainless steel sheets used as a fascia for wall and ceiling panels shall be 20 gauge. Other
stainless steel shall be the gauge specified. All stainless steel shall be Type 18-8, Type 304, #4
finish unless otherwise specified.
32.6
Galvanized steel sheets used as a fascia for wall and ceiling panels shall be prime finish, not less
than 22 gauge complying with ASTM 525 and with G90 coating.
32.7
Panel Construction
32.7.1 Panels shall consist of precision die format metal pans with ½” to ¾” flanged perimeter,
foamed in place urethane insulation between interior and exterior pans, thoroughly checked
for gauge and accuracy. Panels shall be of same size wherever possible and shall be
interchangeable with panels of like size. Metal pans shall be treated on the inside with a
preparation coating of bonding agent to ensure a stable adhesion with the chemical bonding
capabilities of the insulation.
32.7.2 Wall and ceiling panels shall be a minimum of 4” thick and contain 100% foamed in place
insulation and shall not have any internal wood or metal structural members. To ensure
tight fitting joints, all panel edges shall have foamed in place urethane tongues and grooves
and a flexible vinyl gasket foamed in place on the interior and exterior of all edges.
32.7.3 Panels shall be rigidly coupled by a cam action hooked locking device. Locking device shall
be foamed in place, a minimum of three locking devices per panel, maximum 36” on center.
Locking device shall be accessible from the inside to facilitate installation in confined areas
and shall be provided with press-fit caps to close wrench holes. Joints between panels shall
be sealed at interior and exterior edges with a PVC gasket and an odorless nontoxic,
synthetic polymerized sealant, to maintain continuity.
32.7.4 Wall panels up to 8’ 0” high shall have a minimum of three (3) locking devices between each
panel, located at the center, lower corner and upper corner. Panels above 8’ 0” high shall
have a minimum of four (4) locking devices.
32.7.5 Ceiling panels shall have a minimum of two (2) locking devices between ceiling panels and
at wall panels, located at each corner of the wall panel. Ceiling panel joints shall be off-set
from wall panel joints.
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32.7.6 Pre-fabricated floor panels shall have a minimum of two (2) locking devices between each
floor panel and at wall panels, located at each corner of the wall panel.
32.7.7 All interior vertical corners shall be coved with a ½” radius having an NSF approval.
32.7.8 Exterior panels, interior partitions, corner panels, ceiling panels and “T” intersection panels
shall be matching construction.
32.7.9 Section lock parts, joints between floor panels and floor and wall panels shall be filled with
silicone sealant.
32.7.10 Interior/exterior ramps with non-slip treads shall be furnished where specified and/or shown
on drawings.
32.7.11 Every panel shall be UL, NSF and Factory Mutual approved and bear a certifying label.
32.8
Metal Finishes
32.8.1 Interior ceiling shall be 26 gauge galvalume with baked white painted surface.
32.8.2 Exterior floor, ceiling and unexposed exterior wall shall be 22 gauge galvalume steel.
32.8.3 Interior walls and exposed exteriors shall be 20 gauge stainless steel.
32.9
Wall / Ceiling Support System
32.9.1 Ceiling panels shall have a maximum deflection of 1/240 of the span under uniform loading
of twenty (20) pounds per square foot. When the ceiling panels require a support system,
the Manufacturer shall submit details and structural calculations to an engineer for approval
prior to fabrication. A copy of the approved submittal shall be forwarded to Owner and
Foodservice Consultant.
32.9.2 An indoor ceiling panel support system, when required, shall be finished and installed using
a hanger wire network attached to hanger brackets, designed to engage with the female
locking pins imbedded within the roof panel foam core, space 4’ 0” on center.
32.10
Floor Types and Conditions
Floor construction as stated below or as specified in the Item Specifications:
32.10.1
32.11
TYPE I – Insulated Depressed Building Floor with finished floor to be as follows:
32.10.2
The floor shall be constructed at the job site in a 7” deep depressed slab by the
GC.
32.10.3
Cold storage room wall panels shall extend down into the bottom of the
depression. GC to provide two (2) 2” thick layers of rigid board form urethane
with staggered joints in depression over 6 mil polyurethane vapor barrier,
installed after the walls are in place.
32.10.4
On top of floor insulation provide a protective covering of 15 pounds felt.
Overlap joints 6”. Flash up side to the height of wall base for the finished floor.
32.10.5
Coordinate the installation of the topping and finished flooring with the GC.
FSEC is responsible to protect the interior surface with adequate ventilation of
the space during installation and cleaning of the finished flooring.
32.10.6
Metal panel surfaces as described for TYPE II – Pre-Fabricated floor
installations.
TYPE II – Pre-Fabricated Floor to be as follows:
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32.11
32.11.1
The floor shall be pre-fabricated metal clad, foamed in place urethane insulated
panels. Floor panel construction and insulation to match that of wall and ceiling
panels. Floor panels shall be fully coved with a minimum of ½” radius.
32.11.2
Pre-fabricated metal panel on the surfaces of the insulated panels are as follows
unless otherwise specified:
32.11.3
For exposed wearing flooring: 16 gauge stainless steel with additional
concealed reinforcement fabricated to withstand loads of 5,000 pounds per
square foot utilizing a minimum of a 12” on-center structural grid reinforced
construction to provide the required support. Utilize 3/16” thick S/S plate on top
of structural grid. NO WOOD UNDERLAYMENT may be used in the floor
construction. The floor sections shall include an integral 36” deep reinforced
ramp with non-skid strips as shown. Coordinate all shop drawings and
submittals to match.
Floor surface shall be fabricated as an NSF approved
floor surface. Provide 4” x 6” long non-skid, adhesive strips on 6” centers in
traffic aisles as manufactured by 3-M Company.
Install as per the
manufacturer’s instructions to provide a safe walking surface.
32.11.4
For concealed insulated floor: 14 gauge galvanized steel.
Door and Door Frames
32.11.1
Entrance door shall have a net door opening of 36” x 78” and shall be flush-type with
interior and exterior finish matching that specified for the wall panels. Other door sizes
shall be as specified, hinged as indicated on the Drawings. Provide heated relief ports in
freezers and non-heated in refrigerators, located in exposed wall for accessibility.
32.11.2
Doors, door panels, door opening for bi-parting or sliding doors shall be UL Listed and
equipped with the following:
32.11.2.1
32.11.2.2
32.11.2.3
32.11.2.4
32.11.2.5
32.11.2.6
32.11.2.7
32.11.2.8
32.11.2.9
Magnetic gasket, Posi-Seal door closure and latch. Provide inside safety
release to prevent entrapment of personnel within the box.
Self-closing mechanism with three Standard-Keil Model 2838 Series or
approved Kason model, strap camlift hinges and with NSF approved double
sweep gaskets.
Doorjamb of extruded aluminum with thermal break. An isolated, low wattage
heater strip covered by magnetically attracted S/S shall be fitted into jamb.
Strip shall provide perfect sealing of magnetic gasket and prevent frost and
condensation build-up.
Fluorescent vapor-proof light, pilot light switch and rigid conduit between
switch box and outlet box. Concealed wiring shall be standard on each
entrance door section.
Heavy gauge S/S threshold with non-skid stripping heater wire shall continue
beneath the threshold.
Solid-state digital thermometer to indicate inside temperature. Extend the
probe to the furthest distance from the door.
Curtron Model M-200 strip curtain having 6” wide strips for each doorway and
/ or opening including all swing and bi-parting doors.
Heated viewport approximately 14” wide x 24” high, minimum triple
Thermopane glass for all refrigerated storage areas. Viewport wiring to be
concealed within the door, complete with flex cable to recessed splice box
with door section.
Temperature alarms as follows: Modularm Model 75-B four digit display with
a temperature range of -40 degrees to 193 degrees F including battery backup. Recess the alarm housing adjacent to the door housing, not more that 6’
from an entrance door. Extend the probe a minimum of 6’ from the entrance
door. Alarms to be completely recessed with conduit running within the wall
panel, installed and set to sound at +35 degrees F and +50 degrees F for the
cooler; +15 degrees F for the freezer. ALL INTERWIRING WITHIN THE BOX
FOR THE TEMPERATURE AND ENTRAPMENT ALARMS IS THE
RESPONSIBILITY OF THE FSEC.
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Each door shall be monitored by a Modularm Model IP-1 illuminated push
button with the DAC-55 box providing an entrapment alarm system mounted
inside of each box, adjacent to the door. The alarm button shall be red in
color and shall be connected to the Modularm system to provide a visual and
audible alarm annunciation indicating the entrapment has been indicated.
The alarm shall include contact points for connection with building systems.
32.12
32.13
Provide the following accessories for each refrigerated storage compartment:
32.12.1
Factory-installed 16 gauge S/S kick plates on each side of the door, up to a height of 36”
AFF.
32.12.2
Provide 18” wide x 36” high, 3/16” diamond treadplate on both sides of the door on the
interior and the exterior for a total of four pieces, installed.
32.12.3
Trim the refrigerated compartment to the wall at the exposed vertical junctures with walls
and columns.
32.12.4
Furnish removable closure panels to enclose the space between the top of the box and
the finished ceiling. Panels to be fabricated to match adjoining surfaces. Closure panels
to be lift out type with side turned in to form a pan for added strength. At ceilings, securely
fasten a channel and at face of cold storage room, securely fasten an angle for panel to
slip into. Channel and angle to match panel material.
32.12.5
Corner guards on the exterior outside corners shall be 4” x 4” x 48”, 14 gauge stainless
steel secured to the wall panels with a full bed of contact adhesive. No fasteners shall be
used.
Light Fixtures and Switches
32.13.1
Quantity and type of light fixtures shall be as indicated on Electrical Rough-in plan. Only
fluorescent light or LED fixtures are allowed.
32.13.2
Fluorescent light fixtures shall be T-8 style, 48” two-lamp type fixtures, for wet location.
Provide cool white lamps, with enclosed insulation jacket. Each fixture shall be provided
with a -20 degree F G.E. 8E3736 ballast.
32.13.3
Light Emitting Diodes (LED) light fixtures shall be either 24" or 48" long as shown on the
Drawings and as specified below:
32.13.3.1 Keil Model LED48X6215W, 48" long LED light fixtures with two - 15w lamps.
32.13.3.2 Keil Model LED24X418W, 24" lone LED light fixture with 1-8W lamp.
32.13.3.3 Operating range for the light fixtures shall be -40 degree F to 104 degree F.
32.13.4
Light switches shall be three way or four way where applicable, AC, pre-switch, mounted
in recessed “FS” boxes with gray Hypolan, weatherproof plate, press switch cover and
unbreakable red plastic pilot light lens constantly lit on interior with indication on exterior.
32.13.5
Cold storage rooms with doors at each end shall have three way switches on the exterior
and four way on the interior.
Light switches shall be factory mounted on the latch side of doors and pre-wired with rigid
conduit and wiring run within the wall panel, terminated in a vapor tight splice box mounted
on the inner wall near the ceiling. Manufacturer shall provide a 1 ¼” diameter hole in
ceiling panel with a loose escutcheon through which Division 16 shall make final
connections. FSEC shall coordinate that requirements for sealing penetrations from light
fixtures have been sealed to prohibit any moisture migration into the refrigerated area or
light fixtures.
32.13.6
32.14
Door Fan Switch
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32.15
32.16
32.17
32.14.1
Door fan switch shall be provided for each low-temperature cold storage room to shut off
the evaporator fan motors when the door is opened.
32.14.2
Door fan switch shall be factory mounted on the door jamb and pre-wired with rigid conduit
and wiring within the wall panels to a splice box located on the interior near the ceiling.
Manufacturer shall provide a 1 ¼” hole in the ceiling panel with a loose escutcheon
through which Division 16 shall make interconnection to the evaporator coil(s) motors.
Utility Penetrations
32.15.1
Coordinate openings in ceiling and wall panel to accommodate all electrical, refrigeration
and drain lines. Coordinate installation of required sealant to prevent moisture from
collecting in light fixtures.
32.15.2
Provide sleeves for refrigeration piping, electrical conduit and condensate piping whenever
it passes through an insulated wall panel. Provide sufficient quantity of stainless steel
escutcheons or proper sizes to trim all interior and exposed exterior penetrations.
Corner Guards
32.16.1
Corner guards on the exterior outside corners shall be 4” x 4” x 48”, 16 gauge stainless
steel secured to wall panels with a full bed of contact adhesive.
32.16.2
Rub rails for all exposed surfaces, mounted at 8” AFF.
Identification Signs
At the exterior of each cold storage room provide permanently affixed, engraved plastic name plates
with the maximum ¾” high letters and the number identifying each cold storage room. Minimum sign
size is 2” x 12”. Confirm text for each sign before fabrication. Name plate to be mounted with
adhesive below respective digital thermometer alarm.
33.0
REMOTE REFRIGERATION SYSTEMS
33.1
All remote refrigeration systems shall be provided by one contractor, unless otherwise specified.
33.2
All systems shall comply with the requirements of the Energy Independence and Security Act of
2009 / H. R. 6.
33.3
Verify the requirements of and provide any and all additional refrigeration specialty(s) or
components(s) required or recommended by the manufacturer for the proposer operation under the
specified operation conditions and locations of each system specified.
33.4
Compressor and Condensing Units
33.4.1
Units shall be factory assembled complete semi-hermetic air or water cooled condenser
as specified, high-low pressure controls, suction accumulator on low temperature systems,
sight glass, liquid line dryer, suction and discharge service valves, liquid receiver with inlet
and outlet valves and electrical control panel. The electrical control panel shall be
furnished with magnetic motor starter, defrost timer clock, and contactors in accordance
with manufacturer’s recommendation.
33.4.2
Refrigeration systems shall be installed by a knowledgeable, skilled and where applicable
licensed refrigeration contractor who shall perform the work according to ASHRAE and
ASRE standards and the conditions of the Contract Documents. Systems shall be
installed, charged, started, tested and fully operational.
33.4.3
Capacities shall be based on the following:
33.4.3.1
33.4.3.2
Compartment temperature and evaporator temperature greater than 32
degrees, 18 to 20 hours of operation.
Compartment temperature greater than 32 degrees and evaporating
temperature less than 32 degrees, 16 hours of operation.
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33.4.3.3
33.4.3.4
33.4.4
33.5
33.6
Compartment temperature and evaporator temperature less than 32 degrees,
18 hours of operation.
Systems shall be designed to operate not more than 18 hours per day in a
100 degree ambient condensing temperature. Walk-in compartment shall
operate at 35 degrees F with an evaporator at 10 degrees T.D. Walk-in
freezer compartments shall operate at -10 degrees F with a 10 degree T.D. at
-20 degree suction temperature. Suction lines shall be sized for maximum
pressure drop of 2# on medium temperature and 1# on low temperature
systems.
Condensing units shall be mounted on a steel base to effect a quiet operation. All rotating
parts to be carefully balanced for minimum vibration and lubricated with forced or splash
system. Receiver shall be sized for a complete pump down of the system and shall be
shell type with fusible plug.
Compressor Racks
33.5.1
Racks shall be of the number of tiers and quantity to accommodate the number of
condensing units specified for each rack assembly and allow for service clearance and
ventilation.
33.5.2
Racks shall be fabricated with structural steel of size, rigidity and quantity to properly
support the equipment to be installed on the rack.
33.5.3
Racks shall be all welded construction with welds ground smooth.
33.5.4
After the completion of fabrication, the rack shall be cleaned, primed and painted with top
quality oil based enamel, two coats.
33.5.5
Racks shall be pre-wired to a circuit breaker panel requiring a single point of electrical
connection and preplumbed to a header (when specified water cooled) for single point
water and waste connection. All units shall be UL Listed.
Coils and Cooling Units
33.6.1
Units shall be direct expansion type of size and design to affect required temperature,
humidity and to suit application intent with expansion valves factory installed.
33.6.2
Units shall be hung from the ceiling with ½” nylon rods with plated steel nuts and washers.
Rods shall extend through the ceiling to bracing adequate for the suspended weight.
Bracing shall be furnished as required; penetrations shall be sealed and trimmed with
escutcheon plates.
33.6.3
Units shall be installed tight to the ceiling. All installations adjacent to wall shall be set out
a minimum distance conforming to manufacturers directions, to ensure proper air
circulation and performance.
33.6.4
Units with fan and blower and motor shall have thermal overload protection.
33.6.5
Freezer coils to be 4 fins per inch.
33.6.6
Coils shall include factory installed T-stats solenoids, thermostats and TX valves. All
freezer coils shall include adjustable defrost termination, time initiated and temperature
terminated and fan delay starters, Ranco F25-107 or equal.
33.6.7
Defrost cycle shall be provided on both medium and low temperature systems. Provide
defrost systems on evaporator coils that are scheduled to operate at 35 degrees F and
below. Freezer defrost cycles shall be time initiated and temperature terminated.
33.6.8
Locations of coils shall be coordinated with shelving and drain lines.
33.6.9
All coils for fabricated refrigerators and freezers shall be installed for accessibility and
replacement.
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33.7
33.8
33.9
Penetration Sleeves and Plates
33.7.1
All required wall and floor penetrations shall be provided by the FSEC. Service line
penetrations of insulation to accommodate electrical conduit, refrigeration and drain lines,
shall be limited to a minimum with service stubbed through insulation to locations
predetermined by respective divisions.
33.7.2
Where service lines penetrate insulated wall and ceiling, the opening shall be lined with
PVC sleeve, packed with caulking, before trimming with escutcheon plates.
33.7.3
All exposed ends of sleeves, both inside and outside of the compartments, are to be
trimmed with 24 gauge stainless steel escutcheon plates, furnished as blanks in which
respective work division shall cut required line holes and install.
Refrigerant Piping
33.8.1
Copper tubing for refrigeration piping shall conform to ASHRAE, ASTM or National Board
of Fire Underwriters standard specifications whichever is greater. All piping shall be Type
“L” ACR hard copper or cleaned and sealed soft type “L” tubing, dry seal or equal as
indicated. Forged or wrought copper fitting with sweat soldered joints shall be used.
33.8.2
Tubing shall be cut only with a tube cutter and sized with a sizing tool.
33.8.3
Piping shall be exposed to view as required by the standard safety code for mechanical
refrigeration.
33.8.4
The liquid and suction lines from condensing units to coils shall be sized and run as shown
on the submittals approved for this project.
33.8.5
Exposed piping run with cold storage rooms shall be finished with aluminum paint.
33.8.6
For exposed areas, accessible furred ceiling spaces and in wall or excavated trench type
installations, hard copper tubing shall be used. Exposed tubing shall be run in a manner
to preclude damage by activities in the area; or shall be protected by conduit, furnished
and installed as part of this contract. Conduit shall have water evacuated and both ends
completely sealed.
33.8.7
For piping runs in conduit through inaccessible areas, such as under slab on grade, soft
copper tubing shall be used. In lieu of large piping in conduit, especially vertical runs,
random line sizes may be used, carefully fabricated and assembled to ensure equal
pressure drop.
33.8.8
Ends of lines shall be capped to prevent contamination and open only at time of final
connection.
33.8.9
Suction lines shall be sized for a maximum pressure drop from evaporator to compressor
of 3 lbs. For high and medium temperature systems, and of 1 lb. for low temperature
systems and shall allow gas velocities of not less than 750 FPM in horizontal runs and
1500 FPM in vertical risers. Liquid lines shall be sized for a maximum pressure drop of 3
lbs. from receiver to evaporator.
33.8.10
Tubing runs shall be graded or pitched to prevent trapping of oil. Suction lines shall pitch
a minimum of ½” for every 10’ of pipe run back to the compressor.
Joints and Connections
33.9.1
Fittings shall be long radius wrought copper only as manufactured by Mueller Brass
Company.
33.9.2
Vertically run suction lines shall have oil “P” traps constructed of two (2) 90 degree ells or
one (1) piece Mueller “P” trap, of the same size as the vertical lines.
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33.10
33.11
33.12
33.9.3
⅛” NPT by ¼ fl. half union for all suction and discharge service valves with ¼ fl. cap.
33.9.4
Reduction in piping size shall be made with a manufactured reducer coupling.
33.9.5
Flare nuts shall be short forged or frost proof.
33.9.6
All surfaces to be joined must be prepared and cleaned. When soldering stop or solenoid
valves, wrap valves with moist fabric to absorb excessive heat. Stop valves shall be partly
open. When soldering expansion valves or pressure regulating valves, remove power
assembly, if necessary, to prevent damage by excessive heat.
33.9.7
Copper joints shall be made with Handy & Marmon “sil-fos” brazing, “Phoson 15” allow,
“Silvaloy 15” or equal; melting point of 1185-1350 degrees F; silver content of not less
than 15%.
33.9.8
Copper to brass joints shall be made with Handy & Marmon “Easy Flo 45” brazing allow
“Silvaloy 45”, Mueller 122 or equal; melting point of 1125-1145 degrees F, silver content
not less than 45%.
Hangers and Supports
33.10.1
For all piping not run in conduit, provide adjustable hangers, anchors or straps as
required. Hanger spacing shall not exceed 8’ -0”.
33.10.2
Insulated copper piping shall be provided with approved type sleeves at hanger points.
33.10.3
All insulated copper piping shall be insulated from supports by means of felt wrapping or
with “Trisolater” by Semco or approved equal.
33.10.4
Vertical piping shall be supported at intervals with spring type hangers of substantial
spacing to support the pipe. All horizontal pipe runs connected to vertical risers must be
adequately supported.
33.10.5
For suspended conduit, support shall be by means of hanger permitting screw
adjustments. Sufficient hangers shall be used to provide support, allow expansion and
limit vibration.
33.10.6
The slope of the suction lines shall allow for adequate return of the oil to the compressors
based on factory recommendations.
Piping Sleeves
33.11.1
Provide sleeves through wall which allow for fully insulated lines. Extend sleeves entirely
through wall and dress each end with a chromium plated wall plate neatly fitted against the
wall, securely fastened and sealed in place. All sleeves through walls shall be of standard
weight steel pipe.
33.11.2
Piping lines and sleeves at wall or floor penetrations shall be fully sealed and caulked and
made vermin proof at all locations.
Piping Insulation
33.12.1
Suction lines run in conduit shall be insulated according to ambient and humidity
conditions to prevent condensation and freezing.
33.12.2
Refrigeration suction lines outside of refrigerated compartments, not run in conduit, shall
be insulated back to the compressor with Armstrong Armaflex AP foamed plastic
insulation or as determined by code. Thickness of material shall suit service, ambient
and humidity conditions, to prevent condensation, minimum thickness 1”.
33.12.3
Cold storage room freezer drain lines extended through adjacent cooler compartment shall
be installed with 1” minimum thickness of Armstrong Armaflex AP foamed plastic
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installation to prevent condensation. Carefully seal end of insulation tight against cooler
wall surface.
33.13
33.12.4
Piping for cooling water services or refrigeration piping exposed to external ambient
temperature and / or outdoor conditions shall be installed with minimum 22 ga. thickness
of S/S jackets or Armstrong Armaflex AP formed plastic jackets over the insulation for
complete protection of the insulation. Paint exterior installation with Armaflex paint to
match building exterior.
33.12.5
Thickness of material shall suit service, ambient and humidity conditions to prevent
condensation.
33.12.6
Joints shall be sealed with Armstrong 520 adhesive. Insulation shall be continuous
through clamps. Provide additional insulation where suction lines must be run 12” or less
of water or underground water lines. Provide additional insulation to compensate for
insulation compression at clamps or other methods of securing.
33.12.7
Refrigeration submittals shall confirm with the ambient temperatures for each area that
refrigeration piping will travel through and state insulation size.
Valves and Accessories
33.13.1
All valves and controls shall be standard weight and suitable for service purpose intended,
and subject to approval by the Foodservice Consultant.
33.13.2
Each system shall include condensing unit with standard valving, refrigerant piping,
refrigerant, evaporator(s), liquid and suction lines isolation valves with 5’ -0” of
evaporators, thermostatic expansion valve for evaporator, heat exchanger, filter-fryer,
liquid lines solenoids for Cold Storage Rooms and liquid indicator.
33.13.3
Vibration eliminators on compressor suction and discharge lines, size same as piping, as
manufactured by Anaconda.
33.13.4
Refrigerant shut-off valves shall be as manufactured by Henry or Superior Valve
Company. Valves shall be placed in liquid line at each condensing unit and in liquid line
for each evaporator.
33.13.5
Expansion valves shall be Sporlan or equal, provided factory installed in the liquid line at
the evaporator.
33.13.6
Each liquid line sight shall be Sporlan or equal “see all” moisture and liquid indicator and
shall be full line size.
33.13.7
Solenoid valves shall be Sporlan line voltage, manual lift stem type, to operate at
maximum of 2 lbs. Pressure drop across the valve. Valves shall be full line size, using
silver solder connection as applicable. A liquid line solenoid, normally closed, shall be
used with temperature control for each Cold Storage Room compartment on a system.
33.13.8
Include a suction line filter with access valve adjacent to compressor. Filter shall be a
Superior “F” series or equal.
33.13.9
Time clocks shall be Paragon.
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33.14
34.0
Drain Lines
33.14.1
PC to provide Type “L” copper coil drain lines extended to exterior of refrigerated
compartments over floor sinks / open site drains with “S” traps at termination ends.
33.14.2
Provide clean out “T” and cap at each change of direction in the lines. Provide individual
drain lines for each coil unless otherwise specified. Drain lines shall be run tight to the
refrigeration compartment walls with minimum pitch of 2” per foot. Provide union in drain
line by coil for ease of removal.
33.14.3
Drain lines on the exterior of refrigerated compartment shall be covered by 16 ga. S/S pipe
chase/cover. The S/S covers shall extend from the ceiling to the floor and completely
cover the piping, condensate line trap and condensate hub drain. As necessary, scribe
the covers to cove base of the floor system.
DELIVERY AND INSTALLATION
34.1
34.2
Delivery
34.1.1
The equipment shall be delivered and installed on schedule. Coordinate all work with the
General Contractor and other divisions as required. The FSEC shall be responsible for
coordination of equipment installation with CD Smith.
34.1.2
Extra charges resulting from special handling or shipment shall be paid by the FSEC if
sufficient time was allowed in placing factory orders to ensure normal shipment.
Installation
34.2.1
The work shall be accomplished so as not to delay the project construction schedule,
interfere or conflict with the work being performed by other contractors. Work shall be
coordinated and integrated to prevent conflict of work being performed by other
contractors. Work shall be coordinated and integrated to prevent conflict of work
necessitating changes to work already completed. Should conflicts occur, notify the Owner
for their coordination in its resolution.
34.2.2
Verify all required field dimensions before fabrication.
34.2.3
Include all alterations to walls, floors and ceilings necessary for work, except otherwise
shown or specified, accomplished in a manner satisfactory to the Architect and the
Foodservice Consultant. Holes through structural beams shall be prohibited unless written
approval has been granted by the Architect.
34.2.4
Cut holes in equipment for pipes, drains, electrical outlets, etc. as required for this
installation. Work shall conform to the highest standards of workmanship and shall include
welded sleeves, collars, ferrules or escutcheons.
34.2.5
Repair all damage to the premises as a result of this installation.
34.2.6
Remove daily all debris from the site related to this installation.
34.2.7
Trim shall not be an acceptable substitute for accuracy and neatness. When trim is
required and accepted by the Consultant in lieu of rejection of items of equipment, it shall
be the FSEC's responsibility to provide same at no additional cost.
34.2.8
Space between all equipment to wall, ceiling, floors, masonry pads, and adjoining units not
portable and with enclosed bodies shall be completely sealed against entrance of food
particles or vermin by means of trim strips, welded, soldering or mastic. Mastic shall be
clear General Electrical Silicone Construction Sealant Services, SE 1200.
34.2.9
Trademarks and names of fabricator shall not be fastened to any items without written
approval of Mackesey and Associates, LLC.
34.2.10
Exposed fire suppression piping shall be chrome plated.
34.2.11
All items shall be installed plumb, level and in proper elevation, plane location and in
alignment with other work.
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35.0
36.0
START-UP AND DEMONSTRATION
35.1
All equipment under this section shall be cleaned and ready for operation at time building is turned
over to the Owner.
35.2
Provide a competent factory trained representative of the FSEC to be present when installation is
put into operation. The FSEC shall lubricate and put into proper operation all equipment and
instruct the Owner’s employees in the proper use and maintenance of all items in this contract and
set up a maintenance schedule to be followed thereafter.
35.3
Three (3) copies of the schedule shall be provided before final acceptance of the installation.
35.4
When cleaning, testing and adjusting have been completed and operation and maintenance
manuals approved, arrange for demonstration times at Owner’s convenience but during normal
working hours. Demonstration shall be done by competent, trained personnel, thoroughly familiar
with the operation, techniques of usage, capacities and maintenance of the equipment.
35.5
The FSEC contract representative for this Project shall be present at all equipment
demonstrations.
35.6
Furnish all warranty cards and advise Owner to complete and file the registrations.
Demonstration and instruction may take up to two full days.
35.7
During start-up provide all required instructions for the operation and maintenance of the
equipment, after one year warranty period.
35.8
The fire suppression system shall be tested in the Owner’s presence. Certificate shall be obtained
and provided to the Owner from the authorities and from the Fire Insurance Rating Bureau. Include
six month system check.
35.9
After installation and hook-up, verify air volumes at each exhaust and make-up air duct by a
factory trained specialist. A report shall be submitted to the Owner and the Foodservice Consultant
of all readings. All incorrect air volumes shall be rechecked after adjustments.
35.10
Provide a complete set of “As Built Drawings” including foodservice layout, rough-ins, special
conditions, manufacturer's shop, technical bulletins, etc. for a comprehensive record set of
drawings for the installation of the foodservice equipment package.
EXISTING EQUIPMENT
36.1
All existing foodservice equipment that is affected by the project shall be disconnected by the
appropriate trade.
36.2
Existing foodservice equipment scheduled and specified for reuse shall be handled as follows:
36.2.1 Disassemble the equipment as required, remove and store the equipment until appropriate
locations are ready for installation of existing equipment.
36.2.2 Reassemble and set existing equipment in place ready for final connection as required for
new equipment.
36.2.3 Within two weeks of the award of contract, identify the existing equipment to be
relocated and relocation schedule as part of submittal process with picture of equipment.
36.2.4 Install existing equipment in the same manner as it was before relocation.
36.2.5 Existing foodservice equipment not scheduled for reuse shall be handled as follows:

Contact the Owner's representative to confirm the final disposition of the unscheduled
equipment.

When equipment is to be relocated to a storage location, deliver the equipment to the
appropriate storage area within the existing building or site.
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36.3
37.0
When FSEC is requested to dispose of existing equipment, the FSEC shall take possession and
dispose of the equipment. The FSEC must receive written authorization before removing any
equipment from the site.
CLEANING
Remove masking and protective covering from all finished surfaces; wash, clean and polish
equipment, provide finish to glass, solid surface, plastic, laminate and other wearing surfaces,
accessories, fixtures, etc. prior to the inspection and final acceptance of the completed installation.
38.0
39.0
MAINTENANCE SCHEDULE
38.1
Provide operation and service inspections 180 days after start-up during warranty period. Provide
a final inspection 30 days before the end of the warranty period of each piece of equipment. Any
service or report requirements shall be performed before the end of the warranty period. Schedule
180 day and 335 day inspections within 30 days of the start of operations. Inform Consultant of
time and date.
38.2
Copies of all warranty service calls and inspection reports shall be mailed to the Owner and
Building Operations Engineer.
38.3
The Owner may call an outside company at the expense of the FSEC, if the repair technician
does not arrive within four (4) hours of the time called, in response to an emergency call.
EQUIPMENT SPECIFICATIONS
UNIVERSITY OF WISCONSIN – PLATTEVILLE
BRIDGEWAY COMMONS
PLATTEVILLE, WISCONSIN
NOTE 1:
Where multiple names and model numbers of foodservice equipment manufacturers are
provided within the Equipment Schedule, the first named manufacturer shall be utilized to
determine the design, capacity, materials and performance standards upon which other
approved manufacturers shall be tested. Similar equipment types shall be of the same
manufacturer. All items shall be provided with standard accessories for the first named
manufacturer.
NOTE 2:
Point of connection or rough-in drawings for this project are the responsibility of the FSEC. It
shall be the responsibility of the FSEC to verify all dimensions, plumbing and electrical
services and prevailing codes as they relate to this Project and to show all required utility
connections for the new and existing equipment.
NOTE 3:
Schedules of plumbing, electrical and ventilation specifications for foodservice equipment
have been provided with the set of construction document drawings. Where the plumbing,
electrical or ventilation requirements of equipment provided by the FSEC exceed those
requirements or cause any added costs to the owner, construction manager, trade
contractor, architect or engineers, the added cost shall be borne by the FSEC.
NOTE 4:
The contractor shall attend each of the bi-weekly project meeting to participate and fulfill the
responsibility for coordination as it relates to the installation of the equipment.
Approved fabricators:
Best-Way Fabricating
603 19th Ave. NE
Saint Joseph, Minnesota 56374
320-363-4600
BSI, LLC (formally none as Kevry)
5125 Race Court
Denver, CO 80216
800-662-9595
Institutional Equipment (IEI)
704 Veterans Parkway, Unit B
Bolingbrook, Illinois 60440-5094
630-771-0990
www.ieiusa.net
FRED, Inc.
P. O. Box 5716
Traverse City, Michigan 49696
231-947-4580
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Nationwide Fabrication, Inc.
10923 Leroy Drive
Northglenn, Colorado 80233
303-853-0107
ITEM
1
Provided by PC.
Two Rivers Enterprises
490 River Street W
Holdingford, Minnesota 56340
320-746-6156
MOP SINK WITH HOSE BIBB
ITEM
2
CHEMICAL SHELVING
Lot required
InterMetro or approved equal Amco, Eagle, Focus or Nexel model
Provide the following:
A.
Five Model A1836NK3 shelves.
B.
Four Model 63UPK3 posts.
C.
Two Model 5M swivel casters.
D.
Two Model 5MB locking swivel casters.
ITEM
3
DRY STORAGE SHELVING
Existing, relocated by FSEC.
ITEM
4
WALK-IN FREEZER
One required
Thermalrite or approved equal Imperial, Kolpak, Norlake or Thermal Kool model
A.
One assembly of prefabricated 6” thick panels for freezer and blast chiller compartments and 5” thick for
cooler compartments in accordance with NSF Standard #7 including all requirements from this specification.
B.
Sizes: Overall size as shown on the Drawings, 9’ 7 “ high as shown on the Drawings including Items 6, 8,
10, 21, 261 and 262, floorless boxes with flat bottom wall panels for the coolers and freezer. The overall
height of the box shall not exceed 9’ 0” AFF.
C.
Metal Finishes:
1.
Exterior ceiling and unexposed exterior walls shall be 20 ga. galvalume steel.
2.
Exterior and interior walls shall be 18 gauge stainless steel. Provide 48” high, 3/16” thick diamond
tread plate on ALL INTERIOR AND EXTERIOR WALL SURFACES (EXCLUDING DOORS), field
applied.
3.
Interior ceiling shall be .032 gauge stucco-aluminum pre-painted factory baked enamel – white in
color.
D.
Floor: Floorless box. General Contractor shall provide required recess, insulation, topping and finished
floor surfaces as scheduled and shown on the Drawings including Sheet FS2.3, FS 4.3 and FS 8.
Coordinate all shop drawings and submittals to match. GC to provide finished flooring as scheduled on the
Architect’s drawings. FSEC shall provide and coordinate the installation of the vinyl channel and insulated
wall panels with GC.
E.
Entrance Doors and Door Panels: Each freezer and rear service corridor door shall have a net opening of
36" x 78" and shall be a flush-type with interior and exterior finish to match walk-in wall finish.
Each kitchen cooler door shall be a Jamison Model JAMOCLEAR or approved equal model, 36" wide swing
type plastic cooler door. Door panel to be constructed of 1" thick clear, transparent cast acrylic, Type #1
Grade A in accordance with Federal Specification L-P-391C. Bottom of the door to be protected on front and
back with # 16 gauge stainless steel toe plates. The frame of the door to be clad on all exposed surfaces
with 24 gauge stainless steel.
Basket at sides and head of frame to be special extruded synthetic rubber. Sill gasket to be sweep type.
Hardware to be chrome-plated and consisting of three hinges and top mounted door closer. Provide S/S 5'
0"door pull on front. Back push plate to be #16 gauge stainless steel. Provide this door for each of the
JAMOCLEAR door indicated for this project.
Provide frame protection with #16 gauge stainless steel kick plates.
Include locking provision with emergency escape feature.
F.
THIS APPLIES TO ALL JAMOCLEAR OR EQUAL DOORS SPECIFIED FOR THIS PROJECT.
Trim: Trim the box to the walls at exposed vertical junctures with walls using matching materials. Reinforce
or frame the opening to provide a sturdy installation with a minimum of two access doors, 36” x 36”. No
sharp or bulging edges will be accepted. Trim top of boxes to the finished ceiling with materials without the
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H.
I.
J.
K.
L.
M.
use of fasteners, provide reinforcements as required. A U-shaped channel system with security fasteners is
recommended. Coordinate the installation of the trim with HVAC contractor to allow for any required louver
to allow for air balancing. Provide an 48" high x 3/16" thick diamond-embossed tread plate panel on the
entire exposed exterior of the box and 48" wide x 48" high x 3/16" thick diamond-embossed tread plate on
both interior sides of the wall adjacent to each door, a total of two pieces per door.
Outlet: Provide a duplex receptacle with S/S cover plate adjacent to the incandescent light. Conduit for the
receptacle and light shall be concealed with the insulated wall panels and extended to a J-box on the top of
the walk-in.
Refrigeration Machines: Specified as part of Item 51.
Ceiling suspension system: Include an integral ceiling suspension system to eliminate the need for interior
partitions or columns.
Light Fixtures: Furnish and install 48" long fluorescent two bulbs, light fixtures in the quantities and locations
shown on the Electrical Drawings complete with light bulbs. Coordinate switching and installation with
Electrical Drawings. Include eight lights with quick strike capabilities in the event of power failure. EC to
connect.
Provide installation as specified as part of Article 2.9 and 3.1 of Section 11 40 00 specifications.
Temperature Sensors and Alarms: Specified system shall be connected to the building security system, see
Section 11 40 00, Article 2.08, h.2.i.
Floor Slab Ventilation System: Coordinate the installation of the underfloor ventilation system as shown on
the Drawings. The FSEC shall verify with the selected manufacturer that the supports the type and style of
floor ventilation will adequately support the floor insulation.
ITEM
5
WALK-IN FREEZER SHELVING
Existing, relocated by FSEC.
ITEM
6
WALK-IN MEAT THAW COOLER
Specified as part of Item 4.
ITEM
7
WALK-IN MEAT THAW COOLER SHELVING
Existing, relocated by FSEC.
ITEM
8
WALK-IN DAIRY COOLER
Specified as part of Item 4.
ITEM
9
WALK-IN DAIRY COOLER SHELVING
Lot required
InterMetro or approved equal Amco, Eagle, Focus or Nexel model
Provide the following:
A.
Ten Model A2436NK3 shelves.
B.
Forty Model A2460NK3 shelves.
C.
Forty Model 63UPK3 posts.
D.
Twenty Model 5M swivel casters.
E.
Twenty Model 5MB locking swivel casters.
ITEM
10
WALK-IN PRODUCE COOLER
Specified as a part of Item 4.
ITEM
11
WALK-IN PRODUCE COOLER SHELVING
Lot required
InterMetro or approved equal Amco, Eagle, Focus or Nexel model
Provide the following:
A.
Ten Model A2436NK3 shelves.
B.
Forty Model A2460NK3 shelves.
C.
Forty Model 63UPK3 posts.
D.
Twenty Model 5M swivel casters.
E.
Twenty Model 5MB locking swivel casters.
ITEM
12
RECEIVING DESK, CHAIR AND FILE
Provided by Owner.
ITEM
13
DESKS, CHAIRS AND FILE CABINETS
Provided by Owner.
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ITEM
14
Provided by PC.
UNDERFLOOR VENTILATION TUBING AND FAN SYSTEMS
ITEM
15
SPRAY AND FILL ASSEMBLY
One required
T&S Brass or approved equal Chicago model
One Model B-0131B-ADF14-B “rigid mast” pre-rinse spray with a Model B-0156 Add-a-Faucet
with aerator.
ITEM
16
HAND SINKS
Thirteen required
Eagle or approved equal Advance, Best Way or fabricated equal
Thirteen Model YHSA-SPEC*2 wall-mounted hand sinks, 14 ga. #304 S/S, each with a Z-bracket, 14 gauge S/S
three-sided apron. Include the following accessories for each unit:
A.
One T & S Brass and Bronze Model EC-3100, deck-mounted infrared sensor faucet with thermostatically
controlled mixing valve with 100-135 VAC adapter with power cord, gooseneck swivel spout and aerator.
Include two sets of alkaline batteries for each faucet, for backup power.
B.
Pre-cut hole for the faucet.
C.
17 1/2" high backsplash installed on a S/S Z-clip. Mount to the wall with S/S anchors.
D.
Custom bowl size - 14" x 12" x 10" deep bowl.
E.
Chrome P-trap with rear overflow.
F.
Marine edge on the front and both sides.
G.
ADA approved 14 ga. S/S apron mounted with S/S anchors.
H.
1 1/2" S/S basket strainer.
I.
FSEC shall provide the GC with detailed drawings for wall blocking to support the S/S anchors for this item.
ITEM
17
WORKTABLE WITH SINK, SHELF AND POT RACK
One required
Fabricate
One 3’ 0” wide x 10’ 6” long x 34” high custom S/S worktable with sink as shown on the Drawings with the following
accessories:
A.
Table mounted pot and utensil rack with S/S hooks and full length overshelf as shown.
B.
One 20” x 20” x 12” deep sinks with one-piece front panel.
C.
One T & S Model B-201 deck mounted faucet.
D.
One drawer.
E.
One 12” wide x 10’ 6” long table-mounted overshelf as shown on the Drawings.
F.
One 2” rotary lever drain.
G.
Partial undershelf as shown.
H.
Legs, feet and crossrails as shown on the Drawing.
I.
Pre-cut holes for faucet.
J.
Two 115/1 duplex receptacles mounted below top with S/S bracket. Receptacles to be in cast aluminum or
S/S boxes and provided with a S/S cover plate. The tables shall be fully wired by the fabricator to a J-box
located under the undershelf. All wiring shall be concealed. This wiring requirement applies to all custom
fabricated worktables for this project.
ITEM
18
DISPOSER
One required
In-Sink-Erator or approved equal Salvajor model
One Model SS-150-7-AS101 “short body” complete disposer package with the following:
A.
Syphon breaker.
B.
Solenoid valve.
C.
Flow control valve.
D.
Short body.
E.
One T & S Model B-0455 vacuum breaker assembly.
F.
Electrical disconnect, this applies to all disposers for the project.
ITEM
19
WORKTABLE WITH SHELF AND POT RACK
One required
Fabricate
One 3’ 0” wide x 10’ 6” long x 34” high custom S/S worktable with sink as shown on the Drawings and further
specified for Item 17.
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ITEM
20
INGREDIENT BINS
Existing, relocated by FSEC.
ITEM
21
WALK-IN IN-PROCESS COOLER
Specified as part of Item 4.
ITEM
22
WALK-IN IN-PROCESS COOLER SHELVING
Lot required
InterMetro or approved equal Amco, Eagle, Focus or Nexel model
Provide the following:
A.
Twenty Model A2460NK3 shelves.
B.
Sixteen Model 63UPK3 posts.
C.
Eight Model 5M swivel casters.
D.
Eight Model 5MB locking swivel casters.
ITEM
23
FOOD CUTTER
Existing, relocated by FSEC.
ITEM
24
UTILITY DISTRIBUTION SYSTEM (UDS)
One required
Caddy or approved equal Gaylord, Halton or Southern Engineering Model
One Model ID-EGSW-028 utility distribution system as shown on the Drawings and further described below.
The unit to be an island mounted, pre wired and pre plumbed to one final connection point for electric, gas, steam,
condensate return, hot and cold water service to support the equipment items as shown on drawing and plan
System to be ETL listed utility distribution system as a complete system manufactured according to the latest edition
of NEC, NFPA Pamphlet No. 96 and No. 54, ANSI, ASME, Uniform Plumbing Code, NEMA, and OSHA, using only
ETL tested, Bureau of Mines rated, I. A. P. M. O. and A. G. A. certified components. System will meet NSF
standards and local building codes.
The UDS system will be 28'-0" long x 15" wide, completely modular with riser and pedestal sections. End caps and
exterior panels will be constructed of 16 gauge type 304 stainless steel #4 finish, and all removable riser and
pedestal panels will be constructed of 18 gauge stainless steel. The pedestal will be secured to the floor with
unexposed stainless steel angle interior reinforcing flanges. The plumbing compartment will be isolated and
weatherproof sealed from the electrical compartment by a 16 gauge stainless steel divider. Raceway and riser
access panels to be constructed in such a manner to withstand high water exposure. Manufacturer must supply
heavy duty closed cell gaskets to all access panels. The FSEC must seal all door seams with silicone sealant once
the Utility Distribution System is installed and passes inspection. Doors and field joints will be fully sealed or
gasketed, all electrical compartments will be NEMA type 4 or NEMA type 12 enclosures, and all receptacles,
switches, and circuit breakers will be provided with a weatherproof cover compatible with and covering the
accessible portion of the receptacle face, switch actuator, and circuit breaker actuator.
Island mounted system will be provided with neoprene bumper strips and a 6" peaked top.
Main electrical feeders in system will be four conductor solid copper bus bars having balanced loads and phases
with branch circuit locations directly behind each connection plate. Bus bars will be of capacity for a full load the
entire length of system, mounted on non-conductive insulators spaced 14" to 24" centers, equipped with solid copper
connection lugs for main service and system equipment ground. Field joints will be connected by securing bolts in
each bus bar through pre drilled holes. Branch circuit wiring for each electrical connection will be phase identified
and sized according to the circuit breaker rated ampacity.
Furnish a 16 gauge stainless steel gasketed connection plate for each electrical connection, equipped with a pointof-use circuit breaker with knob-type watertight actuator and dual-color (green-on, red-off) 24 volt LED type status
indicator lights. On each connection plate furnish a Caddy ETL tested adjustable trip, 24 volt power sensitive ground
fault sensor and relay, which can be adjusted by maintenance personnel to eliminate any nuisance tripping should it
ever occur. Regardless of voltage, amperage or phase, the equipment connected to the Caddy system that might
develop an internal current leakage to ground or power supply, not detectable by the circuit breaker, will be
automatically disconnected from its power source without affecting the operation of any other connected equipment.
A ground fault test button will be provided on each plate to check for proper operation of this device. Connection
plate will be individually grounded to system main frame and will be equipped with a grounding type receptacle
having a specific NEMA polarized configuration. Each connection plate assembly will bear the ETL label as having
met ETL branch circuit requirements for voltages up to and including 480 volts.
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Furnish fire fuel shut off for electric and gas service for individual pieces of equipment per NFPA No. 96. Gas
solenoid valves will be equipped with a 5-second delay to eliminate instantaneous power interruptions from causing
nuisance pilot outages. Shut off system will be pre wired and pre plumbed in Caddy system, needing only one final
connection by electrical contractor from 120 volt power source in fire extinguishing system relay or micro switch.
Caddy to furnish manual resets for gas and each individual electric connection, using no external solenoid valves,
contactors, relays or shunt trips.
Plates will be spaced on 12" centers and have a quick connect and quick disconnect means of separating each
ground fault device, fire fuel shut off and all control wiring from the UDS system to simplify changing of connection
plates for future additions, deletions or changes of equipment. Furnish ETL tested matching special purpose power
supply cord and plug set for each connection plate; 125 volt and 250 volt cord sets more than 60 amps and all 480
volt cord sets will be shielded and non arcing type. All cords will be supplied with strain relief grips at the equipment
connecting end.
Furnish a recessed control panel mounted in an end cap of if island mounted system of which will include a duplex
convenience outlet with circuit breaker and equipment status indicator lights numerically coded to each connection
plate to show “power”. The control panel will also house the following controls: gas fire fuel shut off with delay,
warning light and solid state whistle; a ventilator light switch with a circuit breaker and an exhaust fan switch for Item
25.
Furnish a system disconnect switch that will shut down the electrical power to all the equipment on line without the
need for getting to the main circuit breaker panel that is remote from the Caddy system. The other riser will be the
same but only have a duplex convenience outlet.
No live electrical parts or wiring in panels will be accessible unless panels are removed requiring the use of security
keys or tools. Permanently lettered metallic labels showing operational procedures and markings according to ETL,
will be furnished as part of this system.
Furnish direct reading combination pressure temperature gauges for incoming services for steam supply and hot
water and a pressure gauge for cold water. Furnish quarter turn ball type shut off valves for gas and water main
incoming services, and for gas, steam supply and condensate return branch piping outlets. To permit easy cleaning
a noncombustible, glass smooth, color coded plastic coating is to be applied to each gas, steam and water hose
supplied with the Caddy system. All piping and disconnects will be color coded.
Hot and cold water piping will be hard temper type “l” copper tubing with copper sweat type solder fittings, wrapped
with 1/8" thermal closed cell pipe insulation. Each branch outlet will be furnished with a safe tested, fully adjustable
connector assembly consisting of a stainless steel braided restraining chain, complete with a solid brass two way
quick disconnect device for instant removal.
Gas piping will be black iron with welded threadlets to branch connection and drip tee on service riser. Each branch
outlet will be furnished with a safe tested, fully adjustable connector assembly consisting of a stainless steel braided
restraining chain, complete with a solid brass two way quick disconnect device for instant removal. Connector
assembly will be certified to ANSI-Z-21.24, Metal Connectors for Gas Appliances, and ANSI-Z-21.69, Connectors for
Movable Gas Appliances.
Steam and condensate return piping will be black iron with welded threadlets to branch connection and service
risers. All steam lines will be wrapped with 1/8" fiberglass insulation tape (no asbestos) and the entire plumbing
compartment will be insulated with 3-1/2" fiberglass with a reflective back. Each branch outlet will be furnished with
a safe tested, fully adjustable connector assembly consisting of a stainless steel close-pitch corrugated hose,
stainless steel braided restraining chain, and a ceramic over braid heat shield (no asbestos).
Steam piping will include internal continuous steam purging system consisting of a quarter turn ball type inlet valve,
Y-strainer with blow-down valve, trap, check valve and quarter turn ball type outlet valve. A condensate pump and
receiver shall be provided in the raceway. Condensate pump will be Federal Model #MCH 640-2. Size and type of
pump to be confirmed with Mechanical Engineer on project prior to manufacturing. All line strainers will be a twominute automatic blow down to prevent clogging by mineral deposits. Condensate return system with vented
receiver engineered to handle the condensate volume listed on the Drawings.
Provide two T & S B-2312 pot filler faucets with quick disconnect nozzle with stainless steel hose bibb install on a
welded faucet bracket including all required vacuum and reduced pressure backflow protection. As a part of this item
provide a T & S B-1421, B-1422 and B-1424 nozzles. Verify location with Consultant before release for
manufacturer.
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At the time of submittal, to receive approval, the manufacturer must supply a copy of their ETL test report and ETL
listing card to show compliance with the electric and plumbing services as required in this project, besides ETL cards
for Ground Fault Sensing and Relaying Equipment, Panelboard Accessories (connection plate assembly), and Cord
Sets and Power Supply Cords.
The manufacturer must submit samples, drawings and diagrams of the following system assemblies for evaluation
and approval before the equipment contractor preparing his submittal: ETL tested interchangeable connection plate
assembly complete with circuit breaker and knob type watertight actuator, adjustable trip 24 volt ground fault sensor
and relay, 24 volt fire fuel shut off mechanism, NEMA configuration outlet, 24 volt dual colored LED status indicator
light and test button; 5-second gas fire fuel shut off delay; internal continuous steam purging system; A. G. A. gas
hose connector certified to ANSI-Z-21.69.
ITEM
25
ISLAND STYLE EXHAUST HOOD
One complete unit required
Caddy or approved equal Gaylord, Halton or Southern Engineering model
One exhaust hood comprised of four Model SHW-C-I-168-ND-69 ventilators with ceiling supply plenums as shown
on plans and as described in the following specifications:
Each ventilator shall a high velocity centrifugal grease extractor, with the air inlet opening parallel to the cooking
equipment it serves. Each ventilator shall have three full-length horizontal baffles for centrifugal grease extraction.
Main grease collection gutter to have a minimum 1” pitch to the drain opening. Each ventilator shall be equipped
with one full-length wash manifold with upper and lower brass spray nozzles for superior extraction chamber cleaning
action. Each ventilator shall have a grease extraction efficiency of 95% when operated within design parameters.
This efficiency shall be achieved without the use of filters, cartridges or constant running water. Ventilator shall
operate at air quantities as illustrated on the plans.
Ventilator shall be of all stainless steel construction, minimum 18 gauge type 304. All exposed surfaces shall be a
number 4 finish.
Ventilator shall be equipped with recessed double tube fluorescent light fixtures. All light fixtures shall be pre-wired
to a single connection point. Ventilators built in multiple sections to be furnished with junction boxes for ease of field
connection by the Electrical Trades. Light bulbs furnished and installed by the Food Service Equipment Contractor.
Full length removable inspection doors shall be provided so that service can be performed on all interior
components.
Ventilator to be equipped with one full length wash manifold with spray nozzles for automatic detergent injected wash
using 140 to 180 degrees F., hot water. Plumbing and electrical components for operation of the automatic wash
system to be housed in the control cabinet.
Ventilator to be factory pre-plumbed and pre-wired to a single connection point. Ventilators built in multiple sections
to be furnished with unions and junction boxes for field connections by applicable trades.
Exhaust hood shall be equipped with ceiling supply plenum, supply duct collars and full length perforated face panels
for discharging tempered supply air into room space with downward direction. Supply air volume to be 70% of hood
exhaust and to match the drawing collar chart data. Discharge velocity of supply air not to exceed 250 FPM at the
discharge point of the plenum. Hood exhaust and supply volumes must meet the volumes listed on the Construction
Documents.
Ventilator shall be ETL listed under the category “Exhaust Hood with Exhaust Damper”, listed by N. S. F., and be in
accordance with all the recommendations as set forth by NFPA.’s Standard #96. All ventilators must meet all
applicable local codes.
The hood performance for this item and all other exhaust hoods for this project shall be supported by the an exhaust
system with an integral supply air system with the air volumes listed on the mechanical / electrical / plumbing
volumes listed in the Drawings. This applies to all exhaust hoods for this project.
ITEM
26
SLOW ROAST / SMOKER OVEN
One required
Wittco or approved equal Alto Shaam, Cres Cor or FWE model
One Model 1200-IS institutional series, cook and hold oven with the following accessories:
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A.
B.
C.
D.
E.
F.
G.
Smoker attachment.
Left hand hinge door as shown on the Drawings.
Perimeter bumper.
6” high heavy duty casters.
Six additional cooking racks.
Factory installed cordset.
Touch Master controls.
ITEM
27
FLUSH FLOOR TROUGHS WITH GRATES
Three required
Fabricate
Furnish three 12 ga. S/S floor troughs as shown on the Drawings. Unit to be complete as follows for each:
A.
Confirm size as shown on the Drawings. Include beehive strainer for 3" drain.
B.
Include equal sized 1" thick FRP fiberglass reinforced grating with 1" x 4" x 1" rectangular grid and non-skid
surface. The grating shall be of consistent 1" thick material and shall not use fiberglass rod as tie-bars.
C.
Give to GC for early installation. Refer to Building Works Plan and Details for additional information.
D.
Coordinate the installation with PC and GC.
ITEM
28
80 GALLON PEDESTAL KETTLES
Existing 80 gallon direct steam kettles to be relocated by FSEC. FSEC to provide all new steam traps, steam line
strainers and steam line shut-offs to be compatible with flex steam hoses that will be provided with Item 24. The
FSEC shall install the traps and strainers before settings the units in place, ready for final connection. FSEC shall
provide replacement double pantry faucets for each kettle. Install all accessories per factory recommendations
including S/S fasteners and anchors.
ITEM
29
WASH DOWN ASSEMBLY
One required
Economics Laboratories/T&S
One Model J-6 Complete spray assembly complete with the following:
A.
One T&S Model B-697 hose bibb.
B.
Two Watts Model 009-QT-S backflow preventer.
C.
Mount hose bibb at 36" and spray assembly at 48" above finished floor. Furnish backflow preventers to PC for
installation between spray assembly and outlet on hose bibb. Refer to Plumbing drawings for additional
installation information.
ITEM
30
40 GALLON TILTING STEAM KETTLE
Existing, relocated by FSEC. FSEC to include all new traps, strainers and shut-offs to be compatible with flex steam
hoses and double pantry faucet that will be provided with Item 24 and as previously specified for Item 28.
Install per factory recommendations including S/S fasteners and anchors.
ITEM
31
48” GRIDDLES / STANDS
Existing Vulcan gas griddles, relocated by FSEC. Coordinate gas hose of Item 24.
ITEM
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Future item.
REFRIGERATED GRILL STAND
ITEM
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24 QUART TRUNNION KETTLE ON STAND
One required
Cleveland or approved equal Groen or Market Forge equal
One Model KDT-6-T direct steam heated, trunnion kettle on a S/S stand with the following accessories:
A.
Installed on a ST-28 S/S stand.
B.
Hot and cold faucet with mounting bracket.
C.
316 S/S kettle interior.
D.
Lift off cover.
E.
Kettle markings.
F.
Food strainer.
G.
Coordinate steam hose requirements with Item 24.
H.
Flanged feet.
ITEM
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OPEN NUMBER
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ITEM
35
WALL SHELVES
Specified as part of Item 36.
ITEM
36
WORKTABLE WITH SINKS
One required
Fabricate
One 30” wide x 15’ 0” long x 34” high custom fabricated S/S worktable with sinks as shown on the Drawings and
further described below:
A.
10” high backsplash.
B.
One drawer.
C.
Partial sectional removable undershelf.
D.
Provisions for the installation of Items 15 and 18.
E.
Legs, feet and crossrails as shown on the Drawings. Extend the crossrails to the rear and attached to the
wall with S/S wall flanges.
F.
Two 12” wide x 6’ 0” long wall mounted overshelves.
G.
Welded disposer collar and control bracket.
H.
Pre-cut holes for pre-rinse spray and vacuum breaker.
I.
Two 20” x 24” x 12” deep sinks with one piece front panel. Sink compartment must support a 12” x 20”
steam table pan.
J.
One 2” rotary lever drain.
ITEM
37
80 QUART MIXER
Existing, relocated by FSEC.
ITEM
38
UTILITY CARTS
Existing, relocated by Owner.
ITEM
39
6 BURNER RANGE ON NEW STAND
Existing, relocated by FSEC. As a part of this item, provide a 38” wide x 40” deep x 22” high custom fabricated table
with the following accessories:
A.
Locking casters.
B.
14 ga. S/S reinforced top and undershelf.
C.
2” high rear turn-up.
ITEM
40
ANGLE LEDGE RACKS
Existing, relocated by FSEC.
ITEM
41
COMBINATION OVEN
Existing, relocated by FSEC.
ITEM
42
COMBINATION OVENS
Existing, relocated by FSEC.
ITEM
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CONVECTION OVENS
Existing, relocate two existing single convection oven by FSEC. As a part of this item the FSEC shall remove the
existing legs and provide the following to allow for the two single convection ovens to be installed as a single set of
two ovens:
A.
Stacking kit.
B.
Locking low profile casters.
C.
Gas hose with gas manifold.
D.
Painted back panel.
ITEM
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FRYER / FILTER / DUMP STATION
One required
Frymaster or approved equal Henny Penny or Pitco model
One Model MJ45EC-2-SC fryers with dump station in the configuration shown on the Drawings with the following
accessories:
A.
Electronic timer control.
B.
Locking casters.
C.
Frypot cover and sediment tray.
D.
S/S cabinet and S/S frypots with split pot configuration.
E.
Spreader cabinet on the left, heated dump station with heated bottom section and cantilevered heat light.
F.
FootPrint PRO filtration system.
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G.
H.
Flexible gas hose kit provided with Item 24. Furnish kit to PC for final installation.
Factory start-up and demonstration.
ITEM
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800# ICE MAKER WITH BIN
Existing, relocated by FSEC. FSEC to provide new water filter to PC for installation. PC to provide anti-siphon
devices.
ITEM
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COLUMN PROTECTORS
Lot required
Fabricate
Provide a total of twenty-eight (28) (some not shown) S/S wall and column protectors as shown on the Drawings. All
protectors shall extend to 54" AFF. Protectors on columns shall be 18 ga. S/S, completing wrapping and closely
conforming to the shape of the columns. Attach with generous amounts of clear silicone and ensure that all edges
are completely sealed. Where protectors occur at corners or ends of walls, provide a 1" x 1" 14 ga. S/S square tube
extension above the coved base. Weld, grind and polish all corners. Weld the ends shut, grind and polish. Attach
with countersunk S/S screws. The wall coverings above the tube extensions shall be closely fitting 18 ga. S/S and
shall be attached with clear silicone as described above. The wall covering material shall extend to the top of the
cove base and the tube extensions shall cover the wall coverings.
ITEM
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OPEN NUMBER
ITEM
48
WORKTABLE
Existing, relocated by FSEC.
ITEM
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SHELVING
Lot required
InterMetro or approved equal Amco, Eagle, Focus or Nexel model
Provide the following:
A.
Five Model A2160NK3 shelves.
B.
Thirty-five Model A2460NK3 shelves.
C.
Thirty-two Model 63UPK3 posts.
D.
Sixteen Model 5M swivel casters.
E.
Sixteen Model 5MB locking swivel casters.
ITEM
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WORKTABLE WITH SINK
One required
Fabricate
One 30” wide x 7’ 0” long x 34” high custom fabricated S/S worktable with sink as shown on the Drawings and further
described below:
A.
10” high backsplash and endsplash.
B.
One drawer.
C.
Partial sectional removable undershelf.
D.
Legs, feet and crossrails as shown on the Drawings. Extend the crossrails to the rear and attached to the
wall with S/S wall flanges.
E.
One 12” wide x 7’ 0” long wall mounted overshelf.
F.
One 16” x 20” x 10” deep sink.
G.
One 2” rotary lever drain.
ITEM
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REFRIGERATION RACK SYSTEM
One required
Cold Zone or approved equal Cooltec, Kairak, Keeprite, RDT or Zero Zone model
One Model ET4ED-E refrigeration rack system with the following accessories:
Refrigeration systems shall consist of one exterior air cooled remote refrigeration system as further described below:
Refrigeration rack shall consist of eight individual, semi-hermetic condensing units mounted on a painted common
steel frame with common utility connections. The system shall provide complete assembly and prewiring of all
electrical components configured for a single point of electrical connection. Coordinate with GC for early installation.
FSEC shall provide all required mounting and installation supports including piping supports between the rack and the
exterior of the building. System shall include a 480/3 pre-wired electrical panel with separate compressor and fan motor
circuit breakers, contactors and defrost clock for low temp system/s. A main fused disconnect shall be provided on the
assembly. Refrigerant is R-404A. Provide a 480/3, 30KVA to 208/3 step down transformer integrated into the rack
electrical system and within the rack footprint.
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Compressor schedule:
Item 4
Item 6
Item 8
Item 10
Item 21
Item 261
Item 262
Item 288
Walk-in Freezer
Walk-in Meat Thaw Cooler
Walk-in Cooler - Dairy
Walk-in Cooler - Produce
Walk-in In Process Cooler
Walk-in Bakery Freezer
Blast Chiller
Bistro Display Cooler
10 HP – Copeland Model 3DS3F46KE
3 HP – Copeland Model ZS21K4E
3 HP – Copeland Model ZS21K4E
3 HP – Copeland Model ZS21K4E
3 HP – Copeland Model ZS21K4E
6 HP – Copeland Model ZF18K4E
15 HP – Copeland Model 3DS3R17ME
2.5 HP – Copeland Model ZS19K4E
Other system components common to this system are:
A.
Moisture indicating sight glass.
B.
Liquid line filter drier.
C.
High / low pressure safety controls with “superhose” type flexible lines.
D.
Sectional removable condenser sized to operate at 100 degree ambient.
E.
Freezer shall include suction line accumulator, factory installed.
F.
Factory installed thermostats, liquid line solenoid valves and thermostatic expansion valves.
G.
UL and ETL labels package.
H.
Evaporator fan and defrost contactors per coil mounted in panel (electrical defrost only).
I.
All factory brazing done under a nitrogen flow and shipped with dry nitrogen charge.
J.
Control panel with switches / disconnects and lights for each compressor and refrigerant circuit.
K.
Low voltage / loss phase monitor.
L.
Single point of electrical connection with code compliant disconnects. Provide emergency back-up power
for refrigeration controller to maintain computer operation during power outage.
M.
One Johnson A419ABC-1 digital T stat per walk-in.
N.
Installation by factory authorized and supervised Refrigeration Contractor. Submit authorization letter from
proposed refrigeration contractor with shop drawings.
O.
Cold weather package including head pressure controls, heated receiver section and crankcase heaters.
Refrigeration control systems shall include a CPC RX-100 controller to control the following and include:
A.
Include modem & software.
B.
Input / Output boards as required to for temp monitoring, temp termination & control.
C.
Temperature sensors for each “walk-in” for temp control & monitoring (ship loose).
D.
Temperature sensors for each electric defrost coil for defrost termination.
E.
Control of each condenser fan motor individually.
F.
Control of temp sensor for condenser splitting control.
G.
High and low temperature alarms for all refrigerated rooms.
A.
Ultra site software installed on owner supplied dedicated PC with 18 hour day of training.
EVAPORATOR COILS
Evaporator coils as manufactured by Cold Zone Refrigeration shall be mounted tight to the ceiling of the walk-in box
per manufactures directions. Air throws to be parallel to the ceiling and down the aisles in boxes where pallet racking
is used. All coils shall have full flow isolation ball valves on the liquid line and suction line of each coil (by RC). In
addition, all coils shall have insulated drain pans, factory mounted sweat fit balanced port expansion valves. Freezer
coils shall be a maximum of 4 fins per inch. Cooler coils shall be a maximum of 6 fins per inch. Provide the
evaporator coils as listed below:
A.
B.
C.
Provide the Cold Zone evaporator coils or equal Bohn or Russell model complete with factory installed
thermostats, solenoids and TX valves as follows:
Item 4
Walk-in Freezer
Two Model ITE24-230 coils with electric defrost
Item 6
Walk-in Meat Thaw Cooler
Two Model AA28-122B coils, low profile.
Item 8
Walk-in Cooler - Dairy
Two Model AA28-122B coils
Item 10
Walk-in Cooler - Produce
Two Model AA28-122B coils, low profile.
Item 21
Walk-in In Process Cooler
Two Model AA28-122B coils.
Item 261
Walk-in Bakery Freezer
One Model AE56-120B coil.
Item 262
Blast Chiller
Provided as part of Item 261.
Item 288
Bistro Display Cooler
One Model AA48-212B coil.
FSEC shall provide all non-line voltage wiring for control and sensor wiring per manufacturers
requirements and recommendations.
1" copper condensate lines by PC. Walk-In Freezer shall have heat tape and insulation.
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D.
E.
460/60/3, 125 amp. electrical connection in a single point fused connection with step down transformer.
System dimensions of 132” long x 90.5” wide x 79” in height.
Procedure for completing the system shall follow the requirements of this specification. The FSEC shall provide all
control, sensor and other interwiring other than line voltage power for the system. The FSEC is responsible to ensure
the systems including all features of the systems are operational.
ITEM
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HOT HOLDING CABINET (ELDERLY / DAYCARE)
One required
FWE or approved equal Cres Cor, InterMetro or Wittco model
One Model UHS-12P pass-thru style heated holding cabinet with the following accessories:
A.
2000 watt element.
B.
Pass-thru configuration.
C.
Dutch doors, hinged as shown on the Drawings.
D.
Ultra-universal transport slides, provide 15 sets.
E.
Floor lock.
F.
Locking casters.
G.
Full perimeter bumper rail.
ITEM
53
COMPUTER SYSTEMS
Provided by Owner.
ITEM
54
COMPUTER STATION
Fabricate as shown on Drawings.
ITEM
55
FOOD PROCESSOR
Existing, relocated by FSEC.
ITEM
56
ACTION COOKING COUNTER SYSTEM
One required
Custom Fabricate
One custom fabricated 16 ga. S/S cabinet system with millwork décor panels in the Architect’s choice of color and
1¼” thick Silestone with the following key components and construction techniques as specified below and shown on
the Drawings for this project:
A.
Silestone quartz stone or approved equal tops installed over full support system authorized by the
manufacturer. The product shall be non-porous without the need for sealant, polish and reconditioning. The
product shall be made from pure quartz crystals. Countertop shall be NSF/ANSI Standard 51 certified for
food contact. The product shall be GREENGARD Certified as a low-emitting material. Top shall be install
with provisions for all drop-in to provide a fifteen year warranty.
B.
Cabinet body shall be 3/16” thick structural and end panels. 14 ga. galvanized channels including the
following specific designs and construction techniques:
1.
Décor front panels / finishes shall be as shown on the Drawings.
2.
Counter front décor panels are supported by full S/S back further supported by 14 ga. galvanized
supports creating a utility chase. FSEC shall coordinate the plumbing and electrical requirements to
be routed with the chase under the trayslide portion of the counter.
3.
Integrated chase under tops for routing plumbing piping routed in from the columns integrate in
helpful exchanges about utility connections with the Plumbing Engineer.
4.
Food shields installation coordinated and pre-fitted at the factory to assure dimension and
connection compatibility. This applies to all custom counters for this project.
5.
Food shields installed using undercounter post installation, integral to structure of counters.
6.
Legs and/or casters (cashier’s stand) are adjustable long the length of the counter to minimize
conflicts with utilities and floor drains. Provide front toe kick enclosure as shown.
7.
All connections shall be utilizing mechanical fasteners, no field welding allowed.
8.
Integral plate shelves coordinated with removal front décor panels.
9.
Field joints as required by building access.
C.
All shop drawings produced for final approval with 3-D modeling for Owner approval.
D.
Counter units shall have NSF approvals and UL listings.
E.
Silestone top and front edge as shown on the Drawings. Fabricator shall confirm fabrication technique for all
quartz material suitable with the installation of drop-in hot and cold drop-in units. As a part of the shop
drawing process, the FSEC shall provide a 36” sample of the front counter construction detail.
Preshipment of an item listed in the specification will be considered as a substitution for this
requirement. Include the following:
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1.
F.
G.
H.
Silestone countertops shall be installed by a Certified Silestone installer in the Architect's choice of
color. All counter penetrations shall be cut by the quartz surface installer. The installation of all
Silestone products shall follow the manufacturer's directives and technical bulletins guaranteeing the
validation of the 15 year limited manufacturer's warranty.
2.
6" high solid surface backsplash where counter abuts the column.
3.
Provisions for the installation of Items 57, 58, 65, 67 and 68.
4.
Removable interior panels for the trayslide support wall. Install the interior removable panels in
coordination with the PC and the EC for plumbing and electrical fittings and boxes. Cut neat and
close fitting holes as required. FEC shall provide receptacles as shown. Provide a cast aluminum
Bell box for each receptacle, complete with receptacle, S/S cover plate and welded S/S mounting
bracket. Mount the boxes to the support wall. Receptacle to have GFI where required by code. All
routing of electrical wiring shall be concealed. Final connection by the EC.
5.
Reinforced 8” high x 10" deep plate ledge as shown on customer side of the counter.
6.
Laminated end sections with end protectors as shown on the Drawings.
7.
Provide each full height S/S door hinges.
8.
Seal the edges of all cut-outs in the substrate and provide a backer sheet on the exposed underside
of the substrate. Provide grommets for any utility holes cut in the top.
9.
Provisions for the installation of Item 57, 65, 67 and 68. Provide the provisions for the requirements
of drain manifold, remote electrical control panel, drain valve and drain valve extension kit. Include a
½" adapter fitting between the manifold and the ½" drain valve for each. Provide these accessories
for each drop-in style food pan.
10.
Provide for the installation of the Item 72 and 80, Brass Smith Model Z9500 series food protectors, in
the lengths shown on the Drawings in a NSF approved installation. Coordinate EZ mount installation
for solid surface tops. Provide a remote infinite control for light and heat lamp mounted adjacent to
the controls for the hot food wells, on the server’s side of the serving unit.
11.
115/1 and 208/1 single and duplex outlets as shown on the Drawings. All outlets installed and
completely wiring as part of the counter fabrication.
One 115/208/3, Square D water-proof electrical panel with Visi-Trip breakers as listed on the Electrical
Schedule. Pre-wire all components and receptacles to the panel and provide a minimum of six dummy
breakers for unused circuits. This applies for all serving counters for this project. Utilize the mechanical /
electrical / plumbing schedules to determine panel size and capacity. Coordinate panel location with
elevation drawings.
Pre-wired J-box / receptacles for hot/cold food wells as well as two 115/1 20 amp G.F.I. duplex convenience
outlets. All wiring between junction boxes shall be in rigid conduit. Provide a cast aluminum Bell box for
each receptacle, complete with receptacle, S/S cover plate and welded S/S mounting bracket. Utilize the
mechanical / electrical / plumbing schedules FS10 to FS16 to determine panel size and capacity.
Coordinate panel location with elevation drawings.
Provide a fan of adequate size and location to power ventilate any enclosed cabinet base to allow for the
proper operation of the hot food wells, hot/cold food pans and refrigerated cold pans. This applies to all
enclosed counters with drop-in style food holding units.
ITEM
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DROP-IN REFRIGERATED COLD PAN
One required
Wells or approved equal Delfield, Hatco or Randell model
One Model RCP-7400 four pan section, NSF 7 cold food well unit. Include drains with a ¼ turn valve connecting
drains to a main manifold, draining to a floor sink below the unit. Include a perforated bottom strainer plate.
Provide the required reinforced S/S control panel for the mounting of the control panel for the cold food well in Item
56, typical for all control panels.
ITEM
58
SNEEZE GUARD
One set required
Brass Smith or approved equal English model
One Z guard complete breath guard system including Model XG3930 – single service, adjustable front panel breath
guard protector with 3/8” thick tempered glass as shown on the Drawings with the following accessories:
A.
Full length breath protector as shown with shielded fluorescent lights above Item 57 and shielded fluorescent
lights above the remainder of the length with remote controls and switches for heat lamp and lights mounted
in the control panel of the base cabinet.
B.
Powder coat supports in the Architect’s choice of color.
C.
Field coordinate post configuration with counter fabrication.
D.
Minimum number of four support posts, coordinate the breath guard posts to provide adequate support for
the breath protectors and accessories.
E.
Full end protector for each end exposed to customer service. This applies to all breath guards for this
project.
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F.
G.
SSU5-H undercounter post mounting with reinforced attachment to counter body. This applies to all Brass
Smith breath guards or approved equal for this project. Provide angle bracket mounting devices
with adequate reinforcement for supporting the weight of the breath guard and associated heat lamp
and lights for each of the stainless or millwork counters.
Coordinate the breath guard posts to provide adequate support for the breath protectors.
ITEM
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ISLAND STYLE EXHAUST HOODS
Four units required, for a total of three hood canopies
Caddy or approved equal Gaylord or Southern Engineering model
Furnish two (2) Model SHW-C-II-148-ND-72 and two (2) Model SHW-C-II-159-ND-78, 24” high with dummy sections
as shown on plans with custom side profile configuration including Items 71 and 81 and as described in the
following specifications:
Each ventilator shall a high velocity centrifugal grease extractor, with the air inlet opening parallel to the cooking
equipment it serves. Each ventilator shall have three full-length horizontal baffles for centrifugal grease extraction.
Main grease collection gutter to have a minimum 1” pitch to the drain opening. Each ventilator shall be equipped
with one full-length wash manifold with upper and lower brass spray nozzles for superior extraction chamber cleaning
action. Each ventilator shall have a grease extraction efficiency of 95% when operated within design parameters.
This efficiency shall be achieved without the use of filters, cartridges or constant running water. Ventilator shall
operate at air quantities as illustrated on the plans.
Ventilator shall be of all stainless steel construction, minimum 18 gauge type 304. All exposed surfaces shall be a
number 4 finish.
Ventilator shall be equipped with recessed double tube fluorescent light fixtures. All light fixtures shall be pre-wired
to a single connection point. Ventilators built in multiple sections to be furnished with junction boxes for ease of field
connection by the Electrical Trades. Light bulbs furnished and installed by the Food Service Equipment Contractor.
Full length removable inspection doors shall be provided so that service can be performed on all interior
components.
Ventilator to be equipped with one full length wash manifold with spray nozzles for automatic detergent injected wash
using 140 to 180 degrees F., hot water. Plumbing and electrical components for operation of the automatic wash
system to be housed in the control cabinet.
Ventilator to be factory pre-plumbed and pre-wired to a single connection point. Ventilators built in multiple sections
to be furnished with unions and junction boxes for field connections by applicable trades.
Exhaust hood (Item 71 only) shall be equipped with ceiling supply plenum, supply duct collars and full length
perforated face panels for discharging tempered supply air into room space with downward direction. Supply air
volume to be 70% of hood exhaust and to match the drawing collar chart data. Discharge velocity of supply air not to
exceed 250 FPM at the discharge point of the plenum.
Ventilator shall be ETL listed under the category “Exhaust Hood with Exhaust Damper”, listed by NSF, and be in
accordance with all the recommendations as set forth by NFPA.’s Standard #96. All ventilators must meet all
applicable local codes. Mount the bottom edge of the ventilator at 78” AFF.
Provide 18 ga. #4 finish S/S panels below Item 71 along the full length of the wall from end to end, approximately 25
feet of wall length. The paneling shall extend from the top of the flooring base material to the TOP edge of the hood
at the wall. Joints between the panels shall be covered with Component Hardware Model J64-1450 “H” strips.
Exposed edges of the panels shall be ground and polished smooth. Attach the exposed edges with S/S flat head
screws. Seal the panels with clear silicone. All panels shall be securely attached with a generous amount of clear
silicone on the full perimeter of each panel (blind caulking) and on the rear surfaces in order to achieve a tight, flat,
bonding of the panels to the walls.
Items 59 and 81 to include a false front with welded galvanized front decorative S/S panel overlay in the
Architect’s choice of color as shown on Elevation Drawings.
ITEM
60
RANGE WITH REFRIGERATED DRAWER BASES
One required
Jade or approved equal Garland or Montague model
One Model JMSS-06-T-72 range with Model JRLH-04S-T-72 refrigerated drawer base with the following accessories:
A.
S/S front and sides.
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B.
C.
D.
E.
F.
Gas pressure regulator.
Rear gas connection, cap and cover front manifold.
Locking casters.
Self-contained refrigeration system, R-404a
One Dormont Model1675KITCF2S48PS flexible gas hose kit.
equipment with casters.
Include Posi Set wheel locators for all
ITEM
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FREE STANDING CUSTOM CHINESE RANGE
One required
Montague or approved equal Garland or Jade model
One Model CR-3 free standing range with the following accessories:
A.
Flanged feet.
B.
Rear gas supply.
C.
One Dormont Series HW, Model HW37BP2Q72 flexible water hose kit for each faucet. Verify hose length
based on equipment location and connection location, confirm length with Consultant. Provide one hose per
connection.
D.
One Dormont Model16100KITCF2S48PS flexible gas hose kit. Include Posi Set wheel locators for all
equipment with casters.
E.
Deliver this unit at an early date to Glenview Commons for demonstration and training prior to
relocation and final installation by the FSEC.
F.
Confirm ring size for 20” pan size and type with Owner before ordering.
ITEM
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FIRE SUPPRESSION SYSTEM
One required
Ansul or approved equal Kidde or Range Guard model
One Model R-102-3 (system size as determined by protected equipment) fire suppression system with automatic and
manual activation, along with means for simultaneous automatic shutting down of protected cooking equipment upon
activation of said system to be included. System shall be designed to provide plenum and duct collar protection only.
All exposed piping to be stainless steel or chrome plated. Fusible link detection system shall be built into ventilator
sections by ventilator manufacturer. All exposed fusible links are to be recessed into top of hoods with no visible
conduit. Provision shall be made for manual actuation by readily accessible and plainly marked remote manual
release station in each cooking area, located no less than 54" and no more than 78" above floor. System to be sized
in accordance with most recent U. L. 300 Test Standards. System shall be furnished and installed by authorized
Ansul distributor in accordance with manufacturer’s instructions and in accordance with U. L. listings and shall
conform to NFPA Pamphlet 96 and local and/or state codes and standards. This shall include mounting of system
units, remote manual releases, nozzles, actuating devices and running of all pipe and control tubing appurtenant to
systems.
Exhaust system shall be protected against fire by installation of automatic fire extinguishing system. Unit shall be
stored pressure type, of sufficient capacity as determined by published standards to provide high concentration of
liquid agent in plenum areas and duct collars. Liquid agent to be stored in containers equipped with pressure gauge
to verify operational readiness. Nozzles located in plenum and ductwork shall be capable of functioning with heavy
accumulation of grease.
Up to 2” mechanical gas shut-off valve shall be furnished by the ventilator manufacturer. The Electrical Contractor
shall be responsible to interconnect gas valve to fire suppression system in accordance with Ansul’s
recommendations and O & M Manual. Valve shall be located as close to the system as possible. Valve shall be
120/60/1, normally closed.
Micro switches for electrical equipment shut off and/or actuation of fire alarm system shall be furnished as part of the
fire protection system by the Food Service Equipment Contractor. The Electrical Contractor shall furnish and install
shunt trip breakers for electrically operated cooking equipment as required to interface with micro switches furnished
by the authorized distributor of the fire protection system. The Electrical Contractor is to interface with the building
alarm system and/or the fire command station and the micro switches as specified by others. The authorized fire
protection system installer is to verify the quantity of micro switches required and furnish same.
All access openings, holes, sleeves, chases, etc. in building structure necessary to permit piping and control tubing
to be run between system unit, ventilator, and ductwork are to be provided by the General Contractor.
Provision shall be made to shut off the gas and electric supply to all cooking equipment upon actuation of the
system.
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System to be U. L. listed. Ansulex storage container to be I. C. C. approved. Layout to be approved prior to
installation by authority having jurisdiction. Provide all required submittal drawings for approval of system prior to
start-up of hood systems.
The Building Alarm System Contractor is to furnish and install control relay to detect operation of the system by
connection to the Micro switches supplied by the Fire Protection System Contractor. The Electrical Contractor is to
furnish and install the necessary wiring required for the systems as specified.
Fire Protection System Installer is to provide all necessary micro switches for interfacing with gas valve and/or shunt
trip breakers as installed by the Plumbing Contractor and Electrical Contractor, respectively, to shut down all cooking
equipment in the event of a fire.
Include the following accessories:
A.
S/S cabinet to enclose complete system for protection of cooking equipment, exhaust ducts and plenum.
Provide chrome piping for all exposed fire suppression piping. This applies to all fire suppression
piping for this project.
B.
Coordination the location of the remote pull located in path of egress where indicated on Foodservice Plan.
C.
FSEC shall furnish gas shut off valve to PC for installation. Verify size required.
D.
EC to provide shunt trip relays for all electrical connections.
ITEM
63
HALF HEIGHT HOT HOLDING CABINET
Existing, relocated by FSEC.
ITEM
64
HOOD CONTROL / WATER WASH CONTROL PANEL
One required
Caddy or approved equal Gaylord or Southern Engineering model
One Model CPE-S-2-1.25-RP-TC hood control / water wash control panel as further described below: (This cabinet
controls Item 25 only).
This panel shall house all plumbing and electrical components required to service the ventilator. The panel shall be
constructed of minimum 18 gauge type 304 stainless steel with a number 4 finish, with welded corners and hinged
doors to the plumbing and electrical compartments. The electrical compartment shall be watertight to protect against
direct hose spray. Electrical controls shall include a programmable logic controller for control of the exhaust fan,
wash cycle and internal fire protection system. The face of the panel shall be equipped with system status indicator
lights which include “Fan On”, “Wash On”, and “Fire Mode”. An audio alarm to indicate “Fire Mode” is also standard.
The control panel will be capable of washing up to four groups of ventilators in sequence, with a delay period for hot
water regeneration between each group. The length of each cycle shall be factory pre-set at five minutes per group.
The length of each delay period shall be variable. Panel shall also be equipped with volt-free contacts to allow for
connection to a remote exhaust and supply fan motor control center. Contacts are also provided to allow for
interconnection between the internal and external fire modes, and the building alarm or central monitoring system.
Plumbing components to include water shutoff valve, pressure / temperature gauge, normally closed water solenoid
valve, detergent pump with extended foot valve, detergent tank, and vacuum breaker / check valve shipped loose for
installation by the Plumbing Contractor, built-in reduced pressure principle device backflow preventer. When
specified with and “RP” device, panel shall be equipped with an additional catch basin compartment with a 1” drain
connection to facilitate required testing of the “RP” device as required by code. All components shall be pre-wired
and pre-plumbed for field connection by applicable trades. Control cabinet shall be ETL listed.
PC to provide insulated copper lines with S/S cover.
ITEM
65
DROP-IN HOT WELLS (3-PAN SIZE)
Two required
Wells or approved equal Delfield or Randell model
Two Model MOD-3TDM/AF three well section hot food well unit (1200 watt minimum) for wet or dry operation. For
each of the units, include drains for each food wells, each with a ¼ turn valve for each hot food well connecting
drains to a main manifold with ¼ turn valve for the manifold, draining to a floor sink below the unit. This
applies to all hot food wells for this project. Extend the manifold drain to the server side of the cabinet, adjacent to
the control panel. (This is typical for all hot food wells.) Provide the required reinforced S/S control panel for the
mounting of the control panel for the hot food wells. Provide T & S Model B-0208 fill faucet with aerator in addition to
the automatic fill feature for the unit.
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ITEM
66
SHORT ORDER COUNTER SYSTEM
One required
Custom Fabricate
One custom fabricated 16 ga. S/S cabinet system with millwork décor panels in the Architect’s choice of color and
1¼” thick Silestone with the following key components and construction techniques as specified below and shown on
the Drawings as further specified for Item 56.
ITEM
67
DROP-IN HOT WELLS (2 AND 3-PAN SIZE)
Two required
Wells or approved equal Delfield or Randell model
One Model MOD-200TDM/AF two well section hot food well unit and one Model MOD-300TDM/AF three well section
hot food unit for wet or dry operation. For each of the units include drains for each food wells, each with a ¼ turn
valve for each hot food well connecting drains to a main manifold with ¼ turn valve for the manifold,
draining to a floor sink below the unit. Provide the required reinforced S/S control panel for the mounting of the
control panel for the hot food wells. Provide T & S Model B-0208 fill faucet with aerator in addition to the automatic
fill feature for the unit.
ITEM
68
FILL FAUCETS
Specified as part of Items 65 and 67.
ITEM
69
SNEEZE GUARDS
Two lots required
Brass Smith or approved equal English model
Two X guard complete breath guard systems including Model XG3930 – single service, adjustable front panel breath
guard protector with 3/8” thick tempered glass as shown on the Drawings with the following accessories and further
specified for Item 58. Provide full length heat strip with remote infinite control mounted adjacent to the controls for
Item 67.
ITEM
70
COLD TOP REFRIGERATORS
Two required
Continental or approved equal Traulsen or Utility model
Two Model DL-32-12M-FB cold top refrigerators with the following accessories for each:
A.
Full width reinforced double overshelf.
B.
Electric condensate evaporator.
C.
Expansion valve system.
D.
Locking casters.
E.
S/S interior and exterior.
F.
Insulated cover.
G.
Plastic laminate overlay for the door in the Architect’s choice of color.
H.
One additional shelf.
I.
High capacity refrigeration system.
ITEM
71
EXHAUST HOOD
Specified as part of Item 59.
ITEM
72
COUNTER MOUNT CHAR BROILER
One required
Garland or approved equal Jade or Montague model
One Model HEEG48CL, 48” long gas fired char broiler with the following accessories:
A.
Rear gas connection.
B.
Electronic ignition.
C.
Insulated base.
D.
One Dormont Model1675KITCF2S48PS flexible gas hose kit. Include Posi Set wheel locators for all
equipment with casters.
E.
S/S plate shelf.
F.
Coordinate the installation of Item 74.
ITEM
73
WORKTOP REFRIGERATOR
One required
Continental or approved equal Traulsen or Utility model
One Model SW36-BS-FB worktop refrigerator with the following accessories:
A.
Electric condensate evaporator.
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B.
C.
D.
E.
Locking casters.
S/S interior and exterior.
One additional shelf.
Full length double overshelf.
ITEM
74
REFRIGERATED DRAWER BROILER STAND
One required
Continental or approved equal Traulsen or Utility model
One Model DL48G refrigerated drawer broiler stand with the following accessories:
A.
Electric condensate evaporator.
B.
Low profile locking casters.
C.
S/S interior and exterior.
D.
14 ga. reinforced, insulated S/S top with raised perimeter edge.
E.
Coordinate the installation Item 72 on this item.
F.
Expansion valve system.
ITEM
75
REACH-IN FREEZER
One required
Continental or approved equal Traulsen or Utility model
One Model DL1FE-SS-HD reach-in freezer with the following accessories:
A.
Hot gas condensate evaporator.
B.
Locking casters.
C.
S/S interior and exterior.
D.
Half-doors hinged as shown on the Drawings.
E.
Removable, washable, condenser filter assembly.
F.
High capacity refrigeration system.
ITEM
76
FRYERS WITH FILTER AND DUMP STATION
One assembly of three fryers required
Frymaster or approved equal Pitco model
Three Model 1814-SC large capacity, 60# pound fryers with dump station in the configuration shown on the
Drawings with the following accessories:
A.
Electronic timer control.
B.
Locking casters.
C.
Frypot cover and sediment tray.
D.
S/S cabinet and S/S frypots.
E.
Spreader cabinet, heated dump station with heated bottom section and cantilevered heat light located on
right.
F.
FootPrint PRO filtration system.
G.
One Dormont Model 16125 KITCF2S-48 flexible gas hose kit. Furnish kit to PC for final installation.
H.
Factory start-up and demonstration.
ITEM
77
ENCLOSED BASE WORKTABLE WITH SINK
Existing, relocated by FSEC.
ITEM
78
POT AND PAN SINK
One required
Fabricate
One 31 1/2” wide x 15’-4” long x 34” high custom fabricated utensil sink as shown on the Drawings, with the following
accessories:
A.
10” backsplash.
B.
Four 20” x 28” x 12” deep bowls with one-piece front panel.
C.
Rear Z-clip mounted strip.
D.
Three 2” rotary lever drain with rear overflow.
E.
Pre-cut holes for pre-rinse unit, faucets and vacuum breaker.
F.
One T & S Model B-290 fast fill faucets.
G.
Sectional removable undershelves.
H.
Legs, feet and crossrails as shown on the Drawings. Extend the crossrails to the rear and attach to the wall
panels with S/S wall flanges. FSEC shall provide all required stainless steel reinforcement to insulated walls
to securely support the rear crossrails rail extensions. This applies to all wall mounted worktables and
sinks for this project.
I.
Provisions for the installation of Item 24 and 25.
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ITEM
79
SPRAY AND FILL ASSEMBLY
One required
T&S Brass or approved equal Chicago model
One Model B-0133B pre-rinse spray with a Model B-0156 Add-a-Faucet with aerator.
ITEM
80
GRIDDLES
Two required
Wolf or approved equal Garland or Montague model
Two Model IRG-36, 36” long, gas fired infrared gas griddles with the following accessories for each:
A.
Floor model griddle with S/S reinforced stand, full undershelf and locking casters.
B.
Minimum of 20MBTU per burner with electronic ignitors.
C.
Front belly bar and cutting board.
D.
S/S side and rear backsplashes.
E.
3” wide front grease gutter with high capacity grease drawer.
F.
Rear gas connection with gas pressure regulator.
G.
One Dormont Model 1675KIT48PS flexible gas hose assembly. Furnish kit to PC for final installation.
H.
Coordinate the installation on Item 82.
ITEM
81
EXHAUST HOOD
Specified as part of Item 59.
ITEM
82
REFRIGERATED GRILL STAND
One required
Continental or approved equal Traulsen or Utility model
One Model DL72G refrigerated drawer broiler stand as shown on the Drawings and further specified for Item 72 with
the following accessories:
A.
Electric condensate evaporator.
B.
Low profile locking casters.
C.
S/S interior and exterior.
D.
Reinforced insulated S/S top.
ITEM
83
VERTICAL GLASS SNEEZE GUARDS
Two sets required
Brass Smith or approved equal English model
Two X guard complete breath guard systems including Model XG3500-4 – vertical glass, adjustable front panel
breath guard protector with 3/8” thick tempered glass as shown on the Drawings with the following accessories and
further specified for Item 58.
ITEM
84
Future items.
DOUBLE HEATED SHELVES
ITEM
85
SNEEZE GUARDS
Two sets required
Brass Smith or approved equal English model
Two X guard complete breath guard system including Model XG3930 – single service, adjustable front panel breath
guard protector with 3/8” thick tempered glass as shown on the Drawings with the following accessories and further
specified for Item 58.
ITEM
86
OPEN NUMBER
ITEM
87
OPEN NUMBER
ITEM
88
OPEN NUMBER
ITEM
89
FIRE SUPPRESSION SYSTEM
One required
Ansul or approved equal Kidde or Range Guard model
One Model R-102-3 (system size as determined by protected equipment) fire suppression system with automatic and
manual activation for Item 59, 71 and 81, along with means for simultaneous automatic shutting down of protected
cooking equipment upon activation of said system to be included. System shall be designed to provide plenum and
duct collar protection only. All exposed piping to be stainless steel or chrome plated. Fusible link detection system
shall be built into ventilator sections by ventilator manufacturer. All exposed fusible links are to be recessed into top
of hoods with no visible conduit. Provision shall be made for manual actuation by readily accessible and plainly
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marked remote manual release station in each cooking area, located no less than 54" and no more than 78" above
floor. System to be sized in accordance with most recent U. L. 300 Test Standards. System shall be furnished and
installed by authorized Ansul distributor in accordance with manufacturer’s instructions and in accordance with U. L.
listings and shall conform to NFPA Pamphlet 96 and local and/or state codes and standards. This shall include
mounting of system units, remote manual releases, nozzles, actuating devices and running of all pipe and control
tubing appurtenant to systems.
Exhaust system shall be protected against fire by installation of automatic fire extinguishing system. Unit shall be
stored pressure type, of sufficient capacity as determined by published standards to provide high concentration of
liquid agent in plenum areas and duct collars. Liquid agent to be stored in containers equipped with pressure gauge
to verify operational readiness. Nozzles located in plenum and ductwork shall be capable of functioning with heavy
accumulation of grease.
Up to 2” mechanical gas shut-off valve shall be furnished by the ventilator manufacturer. The Electrical Contractor
shall be responsible to interconnect gas valve to fire suppression system in accordance with Ansul’s
recommendations and O & M Manual. Valve shall be located as close to the system as possible. Valve shall be
120/60/1, normally closed.
Micro switches for electrical equipment shut off and/or actuation of fire alarm system shall be furnished as part of the
fire protection system by the Food Service Equipment Contractor. The Electrical Contractor shall furnish and install
shunt trip breakers for electrically operated cooking equipment as required to interface with micro switches furnished
by the authorized distributor of the fire protection system. The Electrical Contractor is to interface with the building
alarm system and/or the fire command station and the micro switches as specified by others. The authorized fire
protection system installer is to verify the quantity of micro switches required and furnish same.
All access openings, holes, sleeves, chases, etc. in building structure necessary to permit piping and control tubing
to be run between system unit, ventilator, and ductwork are to be provided by the General Contractor.
Provision shall be made to shut off the gas and electric supply to all cooking equipment upon actuation of the
system.
System to be U. L. listed. Ansulex storage container to be I. C. C. approved. Layout to be approved prior to
installation by authority having jurisdiction. Provide all required submittal drawings for approval of system prior to
start-up of hood systems.
The Building Alarm System Contractor is to furnish and install control relay to detect operation of the system by
connection to the Micro switches supplied by the Fire Protection System Contractor. The Electrical Contractor is to
furnish and install the necessary wiring required for the systems as specified.
Fire Protection System Installer is to provide all necessary micro switches for interfacing with gas valve and/or shunt
trip breakers as installed by the Plumbing Contractor and Electrical Contractor, respectively, to shut down all cooking
equipment in the event of a fire.
Include the following accessories:
A.
S/S cabinet to enclose complete system for protection of cooking equipment, exhaust ducts and plenum.
Provide chrome piping for all exposed fire suppression piping. This applies to all fire suppression piping for
this project.
B.
Coordination the location of the remote pull located in path of egress where indicated on Foodservice Plan.
C.
FSEC shall furnish gas shut off valve to PC for installation. Verify size required.
D.
EC to provide shunt trip relays for all electrical connections.
ITEM
90
SHELVING
Existing, relocated by FSEC.
ITEM
91
HOOD CONTROL / WATER WASH CONTROL PANEL
One required
Caddy or approved equal Gaylord, Halton or Southern Engineering
One Model CPE-S-2-1.25-RP-TC hood control and water wash control panel for Item 59, 71 and 81 as further
described below:
This panel shall house all plumbing and electrical components required to service the ventilator. The panel shall be
constructed of minimum 18 gauge type 304 stainless steel with a number 4 finish, with welded corners and hinged
doors to the plumbing and electrical compartments. The electrical compartment shall be watertight to protect against
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direct hose spray. Electrical controls shall include a programmable logic controller for control of the exhaust fan,
wash cycle and internal fire protection system. The face of the panel shall be equipped with system status indicator
lights which include “Fan On”, “Wash On”, and “Fire Mode”. An audio alarm to indicate “Fire Mode” is also standard.
The control panel will be capable of washing up to four groups of ventilators in sequence, with a delay period for hot
water regeneration between each group. The length of each cycle shall be factory pre-set at five minutes per group.
The length of each delay period shall be variable. Panel shall also be equipped with volt-free contacts to allow for
connection to a remote exhaust and supply fan motor control center. Contacts are also provided to allow for
interconnection between the internal and external fire modes, and the building alarm or central monitoring system.
Plumbing components to include water shutoff valve, pressure / temperature gauge, normally closed water solenoid
valve, detergent pump with extended foot valve, detergent tank, and vacuum breaker / check valve shipped loose for
installation by the Plumbing Contractor, built-in reduced pressure principle device backflow preventer. When
specified with and “RP” device, panel shall be equipped with an additional catch basin compartment with a 1” drain
connection to facilitate required testing of the “RP” device as required by code. All components shall be pre-wired
and pre-plumbed for field connection by applicable trades. Control cabinet shall be ETL listed. Light and fan
switches on cabinet face for Items 59, 71 and 81.
ITEM
92
OPEN NUMBER
ITEM
93
OPEN NUMBER
ITEM
94
UNDERCOUNTER HEATED CABINET
One required
Duke or approved equal Franklin or Piper model
One Model 1352 undercounter heated cabinet with the following accessories:
A.
Factory cordset.
B.
Locking low profile casters. Coordinate the installation with Item 96.
ITEM
95
OPEN NUMBER
ITEM
96
HOT ENTRÉE COUNTER SYSTEM
One required
Custom Fabricate
One custom fabricated 16 ga. S/S cabinet system with millwork décor panels in the Architect’s choice of color and
1¼” thick Silestone with the following key components and construction techniques as specified below and shown on
the Drawings as further specified for Item 56.
ITEM
97
DROP-IN HEATED SURFACE
One required
Hatco or approved equal Merco model
One Model GRSBF-60-S, 61 ½” wide x 25 ½” deep drop-in style heated shelves with remote control mounted
adjacent to the breath guard control.
ITEM
98
SNEEZE GUARD
One set required
Brass Smith or approved equal English model
One X guard complete breath guard system including Model XG3930 – single service, adjustable front panel breath
guard protector with 3/8” thick tempered glass as shown on the Drawings with the following accessories and further
specified for Item 58.
ITEM
99
CEILING MOUNTED DECORATIVE HEAT LIGHTS
owner provided/ contractor installed
ITEM
100
DROP-IN CARVING STATION
One required
Atlas or approved equal custom fabricated equal
One Model WHGP-2 drop-in carving station.
ITEM
101
One set required
SNEEZE GUARD
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Brass Smith or approved equal English model
One X guard complete breath guard system as previously specified for Item 98.
ITEM
102
VERTICAL SNEEZE GUARD
One set required
Brass Smith or approved equal English model
One X guard complete breath guard system including Model XG3500-4 – vertical panel breath guard protector with
3/8” thick tempered glass as shown on the Drawings with the following accessories and further specified for Item 58.
ITEM
103
DROP-IN HEATED SURFACE
One required
Hatco or approved equal Merco model
One Model GRSBF-60-S, 61 ½” wide x 25 ½” deep drop-in style heated shelves with remote control mounted
adjacent to the breath guard control.
ITEM
104
OPEN NUMBER
ITEM
105
UNDERCOUNTER HEATED CABINET
One required
Duke or approved equal Franklin or Piper model
One Model 1352 undercounter heated cabinet as previously specified for Item 94 with the following accessories:
A.
Factory cordset.
B.
Locking low profile casters.
ITEM
106
OPEN NUMBER
ITEM
107
BREAKFAST ALL DAY COUNTER SYSTEM
One required
Custom Fabricate
One custom fabricated 16 ga. S/S cabinet system with millwork décor panels in the Architect’s choice of color and
1¼” thick Silestone with the following key components and construction techniques as specified below and shown on
the Drawings as further specified for Item 56.
ITEM
108
OPEN NUMBER
ITEM
109
CEREAL DISPENSERS
Provided by Cereal Supplier.
ITEM
110
DROP-IN DRIP PAN
Seven required
Atlas Metal or approved equal custom fabricated equal
Seven Model WU-44 drop-in drain pans with a raised perimeter including Items 184, 188 and 195.
ITEM
111
REFRIGERATED MILK DISPENSER
Existing, relocated by FSEC.
ITEM
112
OPEN NUMBER
ITEM
113
OPEN NUMBER
ITEM
114
FUTURE ITEM
ITEM
115
TWO FOUR-SLICE TOASTERS WITH STAND
Existing, relocated by the FSEC.
ITEM
116
OPEN NUMBER
ITEM
117
OPEN NUMBER
ITEM
118
OPEN NUMBER
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ITEM
119
WAFFLE IRONS
Existing, relocated by FSEC.
ITEM
120
OPEN NUMBER
ITEM
121
OPEN NUMBER
ITEM
122
OPEN NUMBER
ITEM
123
OPEN NUMBER
ITEM
124
OPEN NUMBER
ITEM
125
OPEN NUMBER
ITEM
126
GLUTEN FREE COUNTER SYSTEM
One required
Custom Fabricate
One custom fabricated 16 ga. S/S cabinet system with millwork décor panels in the Architect’s choice of color and
1¼” thick Silestone with the following key components and construction techniques as specified below and shown on
the Drawings as further specified for Item 56.
ITEM
127
FOUR SLICE TOASTER
Existing, relocated by FSEC.
ITEM
128
MICROWAVE OVEN
Existing, relocated by FSEC.
ITEM
129
UNDERCOUNTER REFRIGERATOR
One required
Continental or approved equal Traulsen or Utility model
One Model SW32-32-FB worktop refrigerator with the following accessories:
A.
Electric condensate evaporator.
B.
Locking casters.
C.
S/S interior and exterior.
D.
Front breathing condenser cooling system.
E.
Expansion valve system.
ITEM
130
UNDERCOUNTER FREEZER
One required
Continental or approved equal Traulsen or Utility model
One Model SWF-32-FB worktop refrigerator with the following accessories:
A.
Electric condensate evaporator.
B.
Locking casters.
C.
S/S interior and exterior.
D.
Front breathing condenser cooling system.
E.
Expansion valve system.
ITEM
131
WALL CABINETS
Specified as part of Item 126.
ITEM
132
OPEN NUMBER
ITEM
133
OPEN NUMBER
ITEM
134
FOUR SLICE TOASTER
Existing, relocated by FSEC.
ITEM
135
MICROWAVE OVEN
Existing, relocated by FSEC.
ITEM
136
OPEN NUMBER
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ITEM
137
OPEN NUMBER
ITEM
138
OPEN NUMBER
ITEM
139
OPEN NUMBER
ITEM
140
OPEN NUMBER
ITEM
141
OPEN NUMBER
ITEM
142
STAINLESS STEEL COLUMN ENCLOSURES
Three required
Fabricate
18 ga. S/S column enclosures as shown on the Drawings.
ITEM
143
DELI / SOUP / SALAD COUNTER SYSTEM
One required
Custom Fabricate
One custom fabricated 16 ga. S/S cabinet system with millwork décor panels in the Architect’s choice of color and
1¼” thick Silestone with the following key components and construction techniques as specified below and shown on
the Drawings as further specified for Item 56.
ITEM
144
OPEN NUMBER
ITEM
145
OPEN NUMBER
ITEM
146
SNEEZE GUARDS
Three sets required
Brass Smith or approved equal English model
Three X guard complete breath guard systems including Model XG3930 – single service, adjustable front panel
breath guard protector with 3/8” thick tempered glass as shown on the Drawings with the following accessories and
further specified for Item 58.
ITEM
147
DROP-IN COLD WELLS (SLOPED)
Three required
American Foodservice or approved equal Delfield, Hatco or Randell model
Three Model SCP-4-AF sloped presentation, four pan section, NSF 7 cold food well unit. Include ¼ turn valve for
the drain, connected to a floor sink below the unit. For all units include a perforated bottom strainer plate.
Provide the required reinforced S/S control panel for the mounting of the control panel for the cold food wells.
ITEM
148
OPEN NUMBER
ITEM
149
OPEN NUMBER
ITEM
150
OPEN NUMBER
ITEM
151
OPEN NUMBER
ITEM
152
OPEN NUMBER
ITEM
153
OPEN NUMBER
ITEM
154
ISLAND WORKCOUNTER WITH SINK
One required
Fabricate
One 30” wide x 16’ 0” long x 34” high custom fabricated, enclosed base S/S worktable with sinks with 14 ga. S/S top
as shown on the Drawings and further specified for Item 56 with the following accessories:
A.
10” high backsplash.
B.
Four 120/1 20, 0 amp duplex convenience outlets as further specified for Item 17.
C.
Partial sectional removable undershelf.
D.
Legs, feet and crossrails as shown on the Drawings.
E.
Installation and electrical provisions for the installation of Items 155, 156, 157 and 158.
F.
Two 20” x 20” x 10” deep sinks.
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G.
H.
I.
J.
K.
L.
M.
Welded disposer collar and control bracket.
One 2” rotary lever drain.
Pre-wired electrical panel as specified for Item 56.
Pre-cut holes for the pre-rinse spray, faucet and vacuum breaker.
Doors hinged with S/S louvers.
Hinged door for the electrical panel section.
One T & S deck mounted faucet with aerator.
ITEM
155
UNDERCOUNTER REFRIGERATOR
One required
Continental or approved equal Traulsen or Utility model
One Model DLUC48-SS undercounter refrigerator with the following accessories:
A.
Low profile casters achieving a maximum height for the unit of 33 5/8”.
B.
Electric condensate evaporator.
C.
S/S interior and exterior.
D.
Front breather package to allow for the installation under an enclosed counter.
E.
Factory installed cordset with an offset style cordcap.
ITEM
156
UNDERCOUNTER REFRIGERATOR
One required
Continental or approved equal Traulsen or Utility model
One Model DLUC72-SS undercounter refrigerator with the accessories as specified for Item 155.
ITEM
157
DISPOSER
One required
In-Sink-Erator
One Model SS-150-7 short body disposer as further specified for Item 18.
ITEM
158
SPRAY ASSEMBLY
One required
T&S Brass or approved equal Chicago model
One Model B-0133B pre-rinse spray with a Model B-0156 Add-a-Faucet with aerator.
ITEM
159
OPEN NUMBER
ITEM
160
DELI / SOUP / SALAD COUNTER SYSTEM
One required
Custom Fabricate
One custom fabricated 16 ga. S/S cabinet system with millwork décor panels in the Architect’s choice of color and
1¼” thick Silestone with the following key components and construction techniques as specified below and shown on
the Drawings as further specified for Item 56.
ITEM
161
SNEEZE GUARDS
Two sets required
Brass Smith or approved equal English model
Two X guard complete breath guard systems including Model XG3930 – single service, adjustable front panel breath
guard protector with 3/8” thick tempered glass as shown on the Drawings with the following accessories and further
specified for Item 58.
ITEM
162
OPEN NUMBER
ITEM
163
DROP-IN SOUP WELLS
Four required
Wells or approved equal Delfield, Hatco or Randell model
Four Model SS-10-UL-TD round hot food well units for wet or dry operation. Include drains for each food wells,
each with a ¼ turn valve for each hot food well connecting drains to a main manifold with ¼ turn valve for
the manifold, draining to a floor sink below the unit. Extend the drain handles to an area adjacent to the soup
food well controls. Provide the required reinforced S/S control panel for the mounting of the control panel for the hot
soup wells.
ITEM
164
OPEN NUMBER
ITEM
165
DROP-IN COLD WELLS
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Two required
Wells or approved equal Delfield or Randell model
Two Model RCP-7500, NSF 7 five well section cold food well units. Include drains for each food well, each with a
¼ turn valve for each cold food well connecting drains to a main manifold with ¼ turn valve for the manifold,
draining to a floor sink below the unit. Provide the required reinforced S/S control panel for the mounting of the
control panel for the cold food wells. Provide T & S Model B-208 fill faucet with aerator.
ITEM
166
SNEEZE GUARD
Two sets required
Brass Smith or approved equal English model
Two X guard complete breath guard systems including Model XG3930 – single service, adjustable front panel breath
guard protector with 3/8” thick tempered glass as shown on the Drawings with the following accessories and further
specified for Item 58.
ITEM
167
PANNINI SANDWICH GRILLS
Two required
Star or approved equal
Two Model CG28l electrically heated panini sandwich grills with factory installed cordsets.
ITEM
168
OPEN NUMBER
ITEM
169
DROP-IN COLD WELLS (SLOPED)
Three required
American Foodservice or approved equal Delfield, Hatco or Randell model
Three Model SCP-4-AF four pan section, NSF 7 cold food well unit as previously specified for Item 147.
ITEM
170
OPEN NUMBER
ITEM
171
SNEEZE GUARDS
Three sets required
Brass Smith or approved equal English model
Three X guard complete breath guard systems including Model XG3930 – single service, adjustable front panel
breath guard protector with 3/8” thick tempered glass as shown on the Drawings with the following accessories and
further specified for Item 58.
ITEM
172
OPEN NUMBER
ITEM
173
OPEN NUMBER
ITEM
174
OPEN NUMBER
ITEM
175
OPEN NUMBER
ITEM
176
OPEN NUMBER
ITEM
177
OPEN NUMBER
ITEM
178
CONTROL POINT STAND
One required
Custom Fabricate
One custom fabricated 16 ga. S/S control point cabinet stand system with millwork décor panels in the Architect’s
choice of color, 1¼” thick Silestone with the following key components and construction techniques as specified
below and shown on the Drawings as further specified for Item 56.
ITEM
179
BAR HEIGHT CHAIRS
Provided by Others.
ITEM
180
OPEN NUMBER
ITEM
181
POINT OF SALE EQUIPMENT
Provided by Others.
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ITEM
182
BEVERAGE COUNTER SYSTEM
One required
Custom Fabricate
One custom fabricated 16 ga. S/S cabinet system with millwork décor panels in the Architect’s choice of color, 1¼”
thick Silestone with the following key components and construction techniques as specified below and shown on the
Drawings as further specified for Item 56.
ITEM
183
OPEN NUMBER
ITEM
184
DROP-IN DRIP PANS
Specified as part of Item 110.
ITEM
185
JUICE DISPENSER MACHINES
Provided by Beverage Supplier.
ITEM
186
OPEN NUMBER
ITEM
187
REACH-IN REFRIGERATOR
Existing, relocated by FSEC.
ITEM
188
DROP-IN DRIP PAN
Specified as part of Item 110.
ITEM
189
JUICE DISPENSER MACHINES
Provided by Beverage Supplier.
ITEM
190
Future item.
MOBILE CUP CARTS
ITEM
191
SODA TOWER WITH UNDERCOUNTER ICE MAKER
Five units required
Follett / Ice / Soda dispenser provided by Soda Supplier.
Provide five Follett Model HCC1000AHS “Chewblet” auto-fill icemaker kits located in the base on Item 182 (or as
shown on the Drawings) positioned directly adjacent to the vendor provided soda dispenser with the following
accessories:
A.
One Cuno Model IceAssure water filtration system for the ice maker feed water.
1.
One AFSYSTEMFL4S water filter system with ½" flare connections, wall mounted bracket and dual
pressure gauges. Include one Model SK-75 service kit.
2.
Soda conduit provided by the Soda Supplier.
3.
Factory installed cordset.
4.
Condensing unit utilizing R-134 refrigeration.
5.
Factory authorized installation and start-up.
B.
20’ of insulated ice transfer tube with bin-full back pressure sensors and the required transition accessories for
the Vendor provided soda dispenser.
C.
All holes for passage of water, electrical and refrigeration within the fabricated equipment shall be provided by
the FSEC.
D.
Carbonator, syrup pumps, CO2 tank and regulators, syrup rack provided by the Soda Supplier.
E.
FSEC shall coordinate with soda dispenser vendor that the ice dispenser shall accommodate nugget
style ice.
ITEM
192
Future item.
COFFEE CUP SHELF
ITEM
193
Future item.
MUFFIN BATTER DROPPER
ITEM
194
REFRIGERATED MILK DISPENSERS
Existing, relocated by FSEC.
ITEM
195
DROP-IN DRIP PAN
Specified as part of Item 110.
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ITEM
196
COFFEE BREWER
Provided by Beverage Supplier.
ITEM
197
BEVERAGE / CONDIMENT COUNTER
One required
Custom Fabricate
One custom fabricated 16 ga. S/S cabinet system with millwork décor panels in the Architect’s choice of color, 1¼”
thick Silestone with the following key components and construction techniques as specified below and shown on the
Drawings as further specified for Item 56.
ITEM
198
HOT CHOCOLATE DISPENSER
Provided by Beverage Supplier.
ITEM
199
COOKIE BATTER DROPPER
Existing, relocated by FSEC.
ITEM
200
OPEN NUMBER
ITEM
201
CONDIMENT COUNTER
One required
Custom Fabricate
One custom fabricated 16 ga. S/S cabinet system with millwork décor panels in the Architect’s choice of color, 1¼”
thick Silestone with the following key components and construction techniques as specified below and shown on the
Drawings as further specified for Item 56.
ITEM
202
Future item.
MOBILE CUP CARTS
ITEM
203
SODA TOWER WITH UNDERCOUNTER ICE MAKERS
Specified as part of Item 191.
ITEM
204
Future item.
REFRIGERATED CREAM DISPENSERS
ITEM
205
COUNTER TOP SILVERWARE DISPENSERS
Five required
DISPENSE-RITE or approved equal Steril-Sil model
Five Model CTSH-8BT black countertop silverware dispensers with eight cylinder cups for each
unit.
ITEM
206
NAPKIN DISPENSERS
Provided by Owner.
ITEM
207
CONDIMENT PUMPS
Provided by Owner.
ITEM
208
CONDIMENT COUNTER
One required
Custom Fabricate
One custom fabricated 16 ga. S/S cabinet system with millwork décor panels in the Architect’s choice of color with
aluminum inset reveals and 1¼” thick Silestone with the following key components and construction techniques as
specified below and shown on the Drawings as further specified for Item 56.
ITEM
209
SODA SYRUP (BAG-IN-BOX) SHELVING
Provided by Beverage Supplier.
ITEM
210
FIRE SUPPRESSION SYSTEM
One required
Ansul or approved equal Kidde or Range Guard model
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One Model R-102-3 (system size as determined by protected equipment) fire suppression system with automatic and
manual activation for Item 242, along with means for simultaneous automatic shutting down of protected cooking
equipment upon activation of said system to be included. System shall be designed to provide plenum and duct
collar protection only. All exposed piping to be stainless steel or chrome plated. Fusible link detection system shall
be built into ventilator sections by ventilator manufacturer. All exposed fusible links are to be recessed into top of
hoods with no visible conduit. Provision shall be made for manual actuation by readily accessible and plainly marked
remote manual release station in each cooking area, located no less than 54" and no more than 78" above floor.
System to be sized in accordance with most recent U. L. 300 Test Standards. System shall be furnished and
installed by authorized Ansul distributor in accordance with manufacturer’s instructions and in accordance with U. L.
listings and shall conform to NFPA Pamphlet 96 and local and/or state codes and standards. This shall include
mounting of system units, remote manual releases, nozzles, actuating devices and running of all pipe and control
tubing appurtenant to systems.
Exhaust system shall be protected against fire by installation of automatic fire extinguishing system. Unit shall be
stored pressure type, of sufficient capacity as determined by published standards to provide high concentration of
liquid agent in plenum areas and duct collars. Liquid agent to be stored in containers equipped with pressure gauge
to verify operational readiness. Nozzles located in plenum and ductwork shall be capable of functioning with heavy
accumulation of grease.
Up to 2” mechanical gas shut-off valve shall be furnished by the ventilator manufacturer. The Electrical Contractor
shall be responsible to interconnect gas valve to fire suppression system in accordance with Ansul’s
recommendations and O & M Manual. Valve shall be located as close to the system as possible. Valve shall be
120/60/1, normally closed.
Micro switches for electrical equipment shut off and/or actuation of fire alarm system shall be furnished as part of the
fire protection system by the Food Service Equipment Contractor. The Electrical Contractor shall furnish and install
shunt trip breakers for electrically operated cooking equipment as required to interface with micro switches furnished
by the authorized distributor of the fire protection system. The Electrical Contractor is to interface with the building
alarm system and/or the fire command station and the micro switches as specified by others. The authorized fire
protection system installer is to verify the quantity of micro switches required and furnish same.
All access openings, holes, sleeves, chases, etc. in building structure necessary to permit piping and control tubing
to be run between system unit, ventilator, and ductwork are to be provided by the General Contractor.
Provision shall be made to shut off the gas and electric supply to all cooking equipment upon actuation of the
system.
System to be U. L. listed. Ansulex storage container to be I. C. C. approved. Layout to be approved prior to
installation by authority having jurisdiction. Provide all required submittal drawings for approval of system prior to
start-up of hood systems.
The Building Alarm System Contractor is to furnish and install control relay to detect operation of the system by
connection to the Micro switches supplied by the Fire Protection System Contractor. The Electrical Contractor is to
furnish and install the necessary wiring required for the systems as specified.
Fire Protection System Installer is to provide all necessary micro switches for interfacing with gas valve and/or shunt
trip breakers as installed by the Plumbing Contractor and Electrical Contractor, respectively, to shut down all cooking
equipment in the event of a fire.
Include the following accessories:
A.
S/S cabinet to enclose complete system for protection of cooking equipment, exhaust ducts and plenum.
Provide Chrome piping for all exposed fire suppression piping. This applies to all fire suppression piping for
this project.
B.
Coordination the location of the remote pull located in path of egress where indicated on Foodservice Plan.
C.
FSEC shall furnish gas shut off valve to PC for installation. Verify size required.
D.
EC to provide shunt trip relays for all electrical connections.
ITEM
211
PAPER SHELVING AND DUNNAGE RACK
Existing, relocated by Owner.
ITEM
212
RAG / TOWEL SHELVING
Lot required
InterMetro or approved equal Amco, Eagle, Focus or Nexel model
Provide the following:
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A.
B.
C.
D.
Five Model A2460NK3 shelves.
Four Model 63UPK3 posts.
Two Model 5M swivel casters.
Two Model 5MB locking swivel casters.
ITEM
213
DESSERT AND PIZZA COUNTER SYSTEM
One required
Custom Fabricate
One custom fabricated 16 ga. S/S cabinet system with millwork décor panels in the Architect’s choice of color, 1¼”
thick Silestone with the following key components and construction techniques as specified below and shown on the
Drawings as further specified for Item 56.
2
ITEM
214
BULK CO TANKS
Provided by CO2 supplier.
ITEM
215
DROP-IN HEATED SURFACES
Two required
Hatco or approved equal Merco model
Two Model GRSBF-60-S, 61 ½” wide x 25 ½” deep drop-in style heated shelves as previously specified for Item 97.
ITEM
216
SNEEZE GUARDS
Two sets required
Brass Smith or approved equal English model
Two Z guard complete breath guard systems including Model Z9915 and 9930 – single service, adjustable front
panel breath guard protector with 3/8” thick tempered glass as shown on the Drawings with the following accessories
and further specified for Item 58:
ITEM
217
DOUGH MOLDER / SHAPER
One required
BLOEMHOF
One Model # 860L dough shaper and dough moulder with the following accessories:
A.
Three optional flat pressure plates. Confirm sizes wit Owner before purchase.
B.
120/1 electrical configuration with factory installed cordset.
Deliver this unit at an early date to Glenview Commons for demonstration and training prior to relocation
and final installation by the FSEC.
ITEM
218
BREAD SLICER WITH STAND
Existing, relocated by FSEC.
ITEM
219
DROP-IN HOT WELLS
One required
Wells or approved equal Delfield or Randell model
One Model MOD-5TDM/AF five well section hot food well unit for wet or dry operation as previously specified for Item
67.
ITEM
220
FILL FAUCET
Specified as part of Item 219.
ITEM
221
DOUBLE DECK DISPLAY SHELVES
Two sets required
Brass Smith or approved equal English model
Two X guard complete breath guard systems including Model XG3930-5 – single service, double shelf dislay with
adjustable front panel breath guard protector with 3/8” thick tempered glass as shown on the Drawings with the
following accessories and further specified for Item 58.
ITEM
222
ICE CREAM DIPPING CABINET AND DIPPERWELLS
One required
Kelvinator or approved equal
One Model DC-4S-SE ice cream dipping cabinet with the following accessories:
A.
Custom color as selected by the Architect.
B.
Two dipperwells with faucets.
C.
Locking casters.
D.
Two additional lids.
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E.
Lid locks.
ITEM
223
MAPLE TOP BAKER’S TABLE
One required
Custom Fabricate
One 36” wide x 60” long x 34” high custom fabricated maple top baker’s table as shown on the Drawings with the
following accessories:
A.
One drawer.
B.
Full undershelf.
C.
Wood top as further described in Section 20.1.
ITEM
224
SOFT SERVE MACHINE
One required
Taylor or approved equal
One Model C716.
ITEM
225
PIZZA MAKE-UP TABLE
One required
Continental or approved equal Traulsen or Utility equal
One Model CPA93, 91” long pizza preparation table with the following accessories:
A.
Cheese grates with removable catch pans.
B.
Double tier 18” deep single tier stainless steel overshelves.
C.
Locking casters.
D.
Cutting board.
E.
Laminate front in the Architect’s choice of color.
F.
Tray racks.
G.
S/S interior and exterior.
ITEM
226
PIZZA CUTTING AND CAKE DECORATING TABLES
Two required
Custom Fabricate
Two 36” wide x 5’ 6’ long x 36” high custom fabricated, semi enclosed worktables as further described and with the
following accessories for each:
A.
One drawer.
B.
Storage shelves as shown on the Drawings.
C.
Solid front with plastic laminate overlay in the Architect’s choice of color.
D.
Locking casters.
E.
14 ga. reinforced S/S cutting top.
ITEM
227
BUN SLICER
Existing, relocated by FSEC.
ITEM
228
MOBILE WORKTABLES
Existing, relocated by FSEC.
ITEM
229
24 PAN REVOLVING OVEN
One required
Baxter or approved equal Fish or Middleby model
One Model OV851G revolving tray oven with the following accessories:
D.
Advanced controls with auto start.
E.
Side seam finish trim.
F.
S/S exterior.
G.
Twenty hours of start-up and demonstration.
ITEM
230
MOBILE PAN RACKS
Existing, relocated by FSEC.
ITEM
231
DIVIDER / ROUNDER
Existing, relocated by FSEC.
ITEM
232
MAPLE TOP BAKER’S TABLE
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Existing, relocated by FSEC. As part of this Item, FSEC will provide new 4” high S/S channel bases under each end
pylon of table.
ITEM
233
MOBILE MIXER STAND
One required
Piper or approved equal Eagle or custom fabricated equal
One Model 705-1 mobile mixer stand with the following accessories:
A.
Locking casters.
B.
Raised perimeter edge.
C.
Floor lock.
D.
Bolt Item 234 to the stand.
ITEM
234
20 QUART MIXER
Existing, relocated by FSEC.
ITEM
235
SHELVING
Existing, relocated by FSEC.
ITEM
236
MOBILE INGREDIENT BINS
Existing, relocated by FSEC.
ITEM
237
80 QUART MIXERS
Existing, relocated by FSEC.
ITEM
238
SPIRAL MIXER
One required
Doyon or approved equal Nussex or Baxter model
One Model AEF120, 120 quart spiral mixer.
ITEM
239
PIZZA DOUGH SHEETER WITH MOBILE STAND
One required
Doyon
One Model DL18DP pizza dough sheeter installed on a custom fabricated table as 36” wide x 42” long x 34” high
with 14 ga. S/S top, full undershelf and locking casters. Deliver this unit at an early date to Glenview Commons
for demonstration and training prior to relocation and final installation by the FSEC.
ITEM
240
MIXER FILL WATER METER
Existing, relocated by FSEC.
ITEM
241
Future item.
HOT HOLDING CABINET
ITEM
242
PIZZA OVEN EXHAUST HOOD
One required
Caddy or approved equal Gaylord or Southern Engineering model
One Model SHBC-C-W-102-ND-60 grease exhaust hood as shown on the plan and described in the following
specifications:
The ventilator shall be a high velocity, centrifugal grease extracting type with high efficiency baffle cartridges mounted
over the cooking equipment being ventilated. Baffle cartridges to be constructed of stainless steel throughout and
contain full-length, self draining baffles. Baffle cartridges shall be easily removed from the floor level by use of a
baffle cartridge removal tool, for periodic cleaning. The grease collection trough at the bottom of the baffle cartridge
housing to lead to a removable stainless steel collection container.
Ventilator shall operate at air quantities as illustrated on the plan. Exhaust hood to be equipped with necessary
hanger brackets at front and rear for suspending from overhead structure.
Ventilator shall be of all stainless steel construction, minimum 18 gauge, type 304. All exposed surfaces shall be # 4
finish.
Ventilator shall be equipped with recessed double tube fluorescent light fixtures. All light fixtures shall be pre-wired
to a single connection point. Light bulbs furnished and installed by the Food Service Equipment Contractor.
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Ventilator shall be equipped with ceiling supply plenum, supply duct collars and full length perforated face panels for
discharging tempered supply air into room space with downward direction. Supply air volume to be 70% of hood
exhaust and to match the drawing collar chart data. Discharge velocity of supply air not to exceed 250 FPM at the
discharge point of the plenum.
Ventilator shall be ETL listed under the category “Exhaust Hood with Exhaust Damper”, N. S. F. listed, and be in
accordance with all of the recommendations as set forth by N. F. P. A.’s Standard Number 96. Exhaust hood must
meet all applicable local codes.
Provide 18 ga. #4 finish S/S panels below both hoods, Items 242 and 251 along the full length of the wall. The
paneling shall extend from the top of the flooring base material to the TOP edge of the hood at the wall. Joints
between the panels shall be covered with Component Hardware Model J64-1450 “H” strips. Exposed edges of the
panels shall be ground and polished smooth. Attach the exposed edges with S/S flat head screws. Seal the panels
with clear silicone. All panels shall be securely attached with a generous amount of clear silicone on the full
perimeter of each panel (blind caulking) and on the rear surfaces in order to achieve a tight, flat, bonding of the
panels to the walls.
ITEM
243
MAPLE TOP BAKER’S TABLE
Existing, relocated by FSEC. As part of this Item, FSEC will provide new 4” high S/S channel bases under each end
pylon of table.
ITEM
244
SHEETER
One required
Rondo
One Model SSO 687 C electrically powered dough sheet with the following accessories:
A.
Two additional cutting heads, verify type and size with Owner.
B.
Factory start-up and demonstration, a minimum of eight hours including all costs for travel and lodging.
ITEM
245
ROLL-IN REFRIGERATOR
One required
Continental or approved equal Traulsen or Utility model
One Model DL1RI-SS roll-in refrigerator, seal the unit to the seal with clear silicone.
ITEM
246
ROLL-IN RACK
Existing, relocated by FSEC.
ITEM
247
WORKTABLE
One required
Custom Fabricate
One 32” wide x 48” long x 34” high custom fabricated S/S worktable as shown on the Drawings with the following
accessories:
A.
10” high backsplash and endsplash.
B.
Full 12” wide wall-mounted overshelf.
C.
Full undershelf.
D.
Sectional removable undershelf.
E.
One drawer.
F.
Provisions for the installation of Item 265.
ITEM
248
CONVEYOR PIZZA OVEN
Two ovens required
Middleby Marshall or approved equal Blodgett or Lincoln model
Two Model PS640-2 stacked conveyor ovens with the following accessories:
A.
One Model 1120 stand with locking casters.
B.
Four columnating panels.
C.
Stacking kit with gas manifold.
D.
Two Dormont Model 1675KIT48PS gas hose. Furnish to PC for final installation.
E.
Factory start-up and demonstration.
ITEM
249
One required
PROOFER CABINET
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Baxter or approved equal Lang or LWE model
One Model PW2E-60.5L proofer cabinet with the following accessories:
A.
Water filter.
B.
Seal the unit to the floor with clear food grade silicone.
C.
Unit shall accommondate racks from Item 250, shall be the same manufacturuer as Item 250.
ITEM
250
ROTARY RACK OVEN
One required
Baxter or approved equal Lang or LWE model
One Model OV500G1 rotary rack oven with the following accessories:
A.
2000# rack lift.
B.
UL listed, Type I grease hood with grease filters.
C.
Soft start option.
D.
Automatic damper and steam control.
E.
Eight stainless steel single racks with 3" spacing and two stainless steel double rack with 5" spacing.
Confirm spacing before fabricating oven racks.
F.
One Cuno Model CFS22-SS filter housing utilizing APS117 filter cartridges. Water flow must be a minimum
of 36 GPM. Mount on wall-mounted custom fabricated S/S bracket where indicated on Plumbing Layout at
120" AFF (Verify location with Architect before installation. DFSEC shall coordinate rough-in location.)
Interconnection to be provided by PC.
G.
The overall width of this oven cannot exceed 55”.
H.
A maximum of two exhaust connections per oven.
I.
Trim the area between the top of the oven and the proffer cabinet, Item 249 and the finished ceiling with 18
ga. S/S with adequate reinforcement to provide for a rigid installation. Provide a hinged access hatch that
will allow for the maintenance of the ovens with the removal of the S/S enclosure trim. Provide a submittal
before release for manufacturing of the detail and section of the S/S enclosure for approval by the
Foodservice Consultant.
ITEM
251
EXHAUST HOOD
One complete assembly required
Caddy or approved equal Gaylord, Halton or Southern Engineering model
Two Model SHW-C-W-97.5-ND-60 grease exhaust hoods as shown on plans and as described in the following
specifications:
Each ventilator shall a high velocity centrifugal grease extractor, with the air inlet opening parallel to the cooking
equipment it serves. Each ventilator shall have three full-length horizontal baffles for centrifugal grease extraction.
Main grease collection gutter to have a minimum 1” pitch to the drain opening. Each ventilator shall be equipped
with one full-length wash manifold with upper and lower brass spray nozzles for superior extraction chamber cleaning
action. Each ventilator shall have a grease extraction efficiency of 95% when operated within design parameters.
This efficiency shall be achieved without the use of filters, cartridges or constant running water. Ventilator shall
operate at air quantities as illustrated on the plans.
Ventilator shall be of all stainless steel construction, minimum 18 gauge type 304. All exposed surfaces shall be a
number 4 finish.
Ventilator shall be equipped with recessed double tube fluorescent light fixtures. All light fixtures shall be pre-wired
to a single connection point. Ventilators built in multiple sections to be furnished with junction boxes for ease of field
connection by the Electrical Trades. Light bulbs furnished and installed by the Food Service Equipment Contractor.
Full length removable inspection doors shall be provided so that service can be performed on all interior
components.
Ventilator to be equipped with one full length wash manifold with spray nozzles for automatic detergent injected wash
using 140 to 180 degrees F., hot water. Plumbing and electrical components for operation of the automatic wash
system to be housed in the control cabinet.
Ventilator to be factory pre-plumbed and pre-wired to a single connection point. Ventilators built in multiple sections
to be furnished with unions and junction boxes for field connections by applicable trades.
Exhaust hood shall be equipped with ceiling supply plenum, supply duct collars and full length perforated face panels
for discharging tempered supply air into room space with downward direction. Supply air volume to be 70% of hood
exhaust and to match the drawing collar chart data. Discharge velocity of supply air not to exceed 250 FPM at the
discharge point of the plenum.
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Ventilator shall be ETL listed under the category “Exhaust Hood with Exhaust Damper”, listed by N. S. F., and be in
accordance with all the recommendations as set forth by N. F. P. A.’s Standard #96. All ventilators must meet all
applicable local codes.
Provide 18 ga. #4 finish S/S panels below both hoods, Items 87 and 92, along the full length of the wall from
corner to the right side of Item 88, approximately 24 feet of wall length. The paneling shall extend from the top of
the flooring base material to the TOP edge of the hood at the wall. Joints between the panels shall be covered with
Component Hardware Model J64-1450 “H” strips. Exposed edges of the panels shall be ground and polished
smooth. Attach the exposed edges with S/S flat head screws. Seal the panels with clear silicone. All panels shall
be securely attached with a generous amount of clear silicone on the full perimeter of each panel (blind caulking) and
on the rear surfaces in order to achieve a tight, flat, bonding of the panels to the walls.
ITEM
252
40 GALLON TILTING STEAM KETTLE
One required
Cleveland or approved equal Market Forge model
One Model KGL-40-T 40 gallon gas fired steam kettle with the following accessories:
A.
Type 316 S/S kettle interior.
B.
Faucet mounting bracket.
C.
2” diameter tangent draw-off valve with drain strainer.
D.
Spring assisted cover.
E.
Hot and cold water faucet with mounting bracket.
F.
Kettle accessory kit.
G.
Flow diverter.
H.
Kettle markings.
I.
Pan carrier.
ITEM
253
FLUSH FLOOR TROUGH WITH GRATES
One required
Fabricate
Furnish one 12 ga. S/S floor trough as shown on the Drawings. Unit to be complete as follows:
A.
Confirm size as shown on the Drawings. Include beehive strainer for 3" drain.
B.
Include equal sized 1" thick FRP fiberglass reinforced grating with 1" x 4" x 1" rectangular grid and non-skid
surface. The grating shall be of consistent 1" thick material and shall not use fiberglass rod as tie-bars.
C.
Give to GC for early installation. Refer to Building Works Plan and Details for additional information.
D.
Coordinate the installation with PC and GC.
ITEM
254
BAKERY FRYER
Existing, relocated by FSEC.
ITEM
255
ICING / GLAZING TABLE
Existing, relocated by FSEC.
ITEM
256
FIRE SUPPRESSION SYSTEM
One required
Ansul or approved equal Kidde or Range Guard model
One Model R-102-3 (system size as determined by protected equipment) fire suppression system with automatic and
manual activation for Item 251, along with means for simultaneous automatic shutting down of protected cooking
equipment upon activation of said system to be included. System shall be designed to provide plenum and duct
collar protection only. All exposed piping to be stainless steel or chrome plated. Fusible link detection system shall
be built into ventilator sections by ventilator manufacturer. All exposed fusible links are to be recessed into top of
hoods with no visible conduit. Provision shall be made for manual actuation by readily accessible and plainly marked
remote manual release station in each cooking area, located no less than 54" and no more than 78" above floor.
System to be sized in accordance with most recent U. L. 300 Test Standards. System shall be furnished and
installed by authorized Ansul distributor in accordance with manufacturer’s instructions and in accordance with U. L.
listings and shall conform to NFPA Pamphlet 96 and local and/or state codes and standards. This shall include
mounting of system units, remote manual releases, nozzles, actuating devices and running of all pipe and control
tubing appurtenant to systems.
Exhaust system shall be protected against fire by installation of automatic fire extinguishing system. Unit shall be
stored pressure type, of sufficient capacity as determined by published standards to provide high concentration of
liquid agent in plenum areas and duct collars. Liquid agent to be stored in containers equipped with pressure gauge
to verify operational readiness. Nozzles located in plenum and ductwork shall be capable of functioning with heavy
accumulation of grease.
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Up to 2” mechanical gas shut-off valve shall be furnished by the ventilator manufacturer. The Electrical Contractor
shall be responsible to interconnect gas valve to fire suppression system in accordance with Ansul’s
recommendations and O & M Manual. Valve shall be located as close to the system as possible. Valve shall be
120/60/1, normally closed.
Micro switches for electrical equipment shut off and/or actuation of fire alarm system shall be furnished as part of the
fire protection system by the Food Service Equipment Contractor. The Electrical Contractor shall furnish and install
shunt trip breakers for electrically operated cooking equipment as required to interface with micro switches furnished
by the authorized distributor of the fire protection system. The Electrical Contractor is to interface with the building
alarm system and/or the fire command station and the micro switches as specified by others. The authorized fire
protection system installer is to verify the quantity of micro switches required and furnish same.
All access openings, holes, sleeves, chases, etc. in building structure necessary to permit piping and control tubing
to be run between system unit, ventilator, and ductwork are to be provided by the General Contractor.
Provision shall be made to shut off the gas and electric supply to all cooking equipment upon actuation of the
system.
System to be U. L. listed. Ansulex storage container to be I. C. C. approved. Layout to be approved prior to
installation by authority having jurisdiction. Provide all required submittal drawings for approval of system prior to
start-up of hood systems.
The Building Alarm System Contractor is to furnish and install control relay to detect operation of the system by
connection to the Micro switches supplied by the Fire Protection System Contractor. The Electrical Contractor is to
furnish and install the necessary wiring required for the systems as specified.
Fire Protection System Installer is to provide all necessary micro switches for interfacing with gas valve and/or shunt
trip breakers as installed by the Plumbing Contractor and Electrical Contractor, respectively, to shut down all cooking
equipment in the event of a fire.
Include the following accessories:
A.
S/S cabinet to enclose complete system for protection of cooking equipment, exhaust ducts and plenum.
Provide Chrome piping for all exposed fire suppression piping. This applies to all fire suppression piping for
this project.
B.
Coordination the location of the remote pull located in path of egress where indicated on Foodservice Plan.
C.
FSEC shall furnish gas shut off valve to PC for installation. Verify size required.
D.
EC to provide shunt trip relays for all electrical connections.
ITEM
257
WORKTABLE WITH SINKS
One required
Fabricate
One 30” wide x 12’ 0” long x 34” custom fabricate S/S worktable with sinks as shown on the Drawings with the
following accessories:
A.
Two 24” x 28” x 14” deep sinks with one piece front panel.
B.
10” high backsplash.
C.
Legs, feet and crossrails as shown.
D.
Pre-cut holes for pre-rinse spray.
E.
Provisions for the installation of Item 259.
F.
Two 2” rotary lever drain.
ITEM
258
DONUT ROBOT WITH STAND
Existing, relocated by FSEC.
ITEM
259
SPRAY AND FILL ASSEMBLY
One required
T&S Brass or approved equal Chicago model
One Model B-0131B pre-rinse spray with a Model B-0156 Add-a-Faucet with aerator.
ITEM
260
BAKER’S DESK / CHAIR / FILE CABINET
Provided by Owner.
ITEM
261
WALK-IN BAKER’S FREEZER
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Specified as part of Item 4.
ITEM
262
ROLL-THRU BLAST CHILLER
Wall panels specified as part of Item 4 and blast chiller further specified as follows:
One Thermo-Kool Model TK94FCF-2, two rack blast chiller / shock freezer as shown on the Drawings with the
following accessories:
A.
Blast chilling capacity of 550 pounds per section per cycle.
B.
Shock freeze capacity of 286 pounds per section per cycle.
C.
Minimum of 20 gauge interior and exterior surfaces with a UV light sterilization system.
D.
Automated report documentation (ARD) software package.
E.
The manufacturer of the chillers / blast freezers shall provide start-up training including a total of five days of
training by the manufacturer=s operations specialist during two separate visits for a total of ten days of training.
The training will emphasize food handling, hands-on operation of the equipment, food chilling, HACCP
guidelines and quality assurance guidelines. Recipe categories shall include bakery, gravy, stew, soup/sauce,
milk/cheese products, vegetables, cold products, roasts, poultry, meatloaf and rice. The HISD foodservice
staff and supervisors shall be present for this training. Include all costs for time, travel and lodging costs.
F.
Factory authorized and supervised installation of the chiller and remote refrigeration system, contact factory for
factory authorized refrigeration system installers. The manufacturers shall provide a minimum of two days of
on-site training and follow-up during a minimum of two separate visits of one day follow-up for a total of five
days.
G.
NSF approved and UL listed.
H.
Two years parts and labor warranty.
I.
All costs for travel and lodging shall be inclusive in the quoted pricing.
ITEM
263
WALK-IN BAKER’S FREEZER SHELVING
Existing, relocated by FSEC.
ITEM
264
HOOD CONTROL / WATER WASH CONTROL PANEL
One required
Caddy or approved equal Gaylord, Halton or Southern Engineering model
One Model CPE-1-RP-TC hood control panel for Item 251 as further described below:
This panel shall house all plumbing and electrical components required to service the ventilator. The panel shall be
constructed of minimum 18 gauge type 304 stainless steel with a number 4 finish, with welded corners and hinged
doors to the plumbing and electrical compartments. The electrical compartment shall be watertight to protect against
direct hose spray. Electrical controls shall include a programmable logic controller for control of the exhaust fan,
wash cycle and internal fire protection system. The face of the panel shall be equipped with system status indicator
lights which include “Fan On”, “Wash On”, and “Fire Mode”. An audio alarm to indicate “Fire Mode” is also standard.
Panel shall be equipped with volt-free contacts to allow for connection to a remote exhaust and supply fan motor
control center. Contacts are also provided to allow for interconnection between the internal and external fire modes,
and the building alarm or central monitoring system. Plumbing components to include water shutoff valve, pressure /
temperature gauge, normally closed water solenoid valve, detergent pump with extended foot valve, detergent tank,
and vacuum breaker / check valve shipped loose for installation by the Plumbing Contractor, built-in reduced
pressure principle device backflow preventer. When specified with and “RP” device, panel shall be equipped with an
additional catch basin compartment with a 1” drain connection to facilitate required testing of the “RP” device as
required by code. All components shall be pre-wired and pre-plumbed for field connection by applicable trades.
Control cabinet shall be ETL listed. Provide light and fan switches for Item 251 on front face.
ITEM
265
MICROWAVE OVEN
Existing, relocated by FSEC.
ITEM
266
MOBILE CUP / GLASS RACK DOLLIES
Existing, relocated by FSEC.
ITEM
267
SALAD PLATE / SOUP BOWL DOLLIES
Existing, relocated by FSEC.
ITEM
268
DINNER PLATE DOLLIES
Existing, relocated by FSEC.
ITEM
269
SILVER SORTING TABLE
Existing, relocated by FSEC.
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ITEM
270
TRASH CANS
Provided by Others.
ITEM
271
PULPER / EXTRACTOR
Existing, relocated by FSEC. As a part of this item, the FSEC shall contract with Hobart factory service or approved
equal to reposition the inlet of pulper from the scrap trough to allow for pulper and related extractor to be configured
as shown on the Layout Drawings. Provide a shop drawing during the submittal phase to illustrate this scope and
required changes. See FS-20 for existing conditions.
ITEM
272
RECYCLE COUNTER
One required
Custom Fabricate
One custom fabricated 16 ga. S/S recycle counter with millwork décor panels in the Architect’s choice of color and
1¼” thick Silestone with the following key components and construction techniques as specified below and shown on
the Drawings as further specified for Item 56.
ITEM
273
STAINLESS STEEL WINDOW SILL AND TRIM
One set required
Fabricate
One S/S window trim as shown on the Drawings. FSEC shall field verify the size and configuration of the existing
window opening at Glenview Commons and provide a replacement S/S window trim assembly.
ITEM
274
TRAY COLLECTOR
Existing tray collector and scrap system, modified and relocated by FSEC. Provide the following:
A.
Confirm necessary modifications to address the reorientation of the pulper as specified for Item 271.
B.
Provide a full depth 10” backslash to allow the tray collector table to adjoin to the wall of the cart wash.
C.
Field verify and provide a shop drawing during the submittal process.
ITEM
275
MOBILE SOAK SINKS
Existing, relocated by FSEC.
ITEM
276
FLIGHT TYPE DISHWASHER
Existing Hobart flight style dishwasher, relocated by FSEC. As a part of this item the FSEC shall contract with
Hobart factory service or approved equal to disassemble, transport and reassemble the dishwashing machine in the
location should on the Drawings.
ITEM
277
POT AND PAN SINKS
Existing, relocated by FSEC. As a part of this item, the FSEC shall close and cap the left endsplash to allow for
open installation.
ITEM
278
DISPOSER
Existing, relocated by FSEC.
ITEM
279
ITEM
280
Provided by PC.
OPEN NUMBER
HOSE BIBB
ITEM
281
RESIDENTIAL WASHER
Provided by Owner.
ITEM
282
RESIDENTIAL DRYER
Provided by Owner.
ITEM
283
FOLDING TABLE
Existing, relocated by FSEC.
ITEM
284
One required
FLUSH FLOOR TROUGH
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Fabricate
Furnish one 12 ga. S/S floor troughs as shown on the Drawings. Unit to be complete as follows for each:
A.
Confirm size as shown on the Drawings. Include beehive strainer for 3" drain.
B.
Include equal sized 1" thick FRP fiberglass reinforced grating with 1" x 4" x 1" rectangular grid and non-skid
surface. The grating shall be of consistent 1" thick material and shall not use fiberglass rod as tie-bars.
C.
Give to GC for early installation. Refer to Building Works Plan and Details for additional information.
D.
Coordinate the installation with PC and GC.
ITEM
285
OPEN NUMBER
ITEM
286
MOBILE STORAGE SHELVING
Lot required
InterMetro or approved equal Amco, Eagle, Focus or Nexel model
Provide the following:
A.
Five Model A1848NK3 shelves.
B.
Ten Model A1860NK3 shelves.
C.
Twelve Model 63UPK3 posts.
D.
Six Model 5M swivel casters.
E.
Six Model 5MB locking swivel casters.
ITEM
287
MOBILE ENCLOSED BAKERY CARTS
Existing, relocated by FSEC.
ITEM
288
WALK-IN COOLER
One required
Walk-in storage unit as previously described for Item 4 and further described previously in this specification and
below:
A.
Sizes: Overall size as shown on the Drawings, 8'-6" high box with 4” thick insulated floor with 1” high integral
ramp.
B.
Metal Finishes: Exterior ceiling and exterior unexposed walls shall be 20 ga. galvalume steel. Exposed
interior walls shall be 20 gauge stainless steel. Exposed exterior with 20 gauge smooth plates with baked
epoxy in the Architect’s choice of color. Interior ceiling shall be 20 gauge smooth baked white enamel.
C.
Floor:
4” thick insulated floor with reinforced floor support system integral 36” deep ramp.
Reinforced floor system shall include a minimum of 5000# per square footage floor support. FSEC
shall provide and coordinate the installation of the insulated floor panels with the required top and
finished floor system scheduled on the Architectural Drawings with GC. Coordinate the 3” partial
recess for the installation of the floor sections of the refrigerated walk-in storage refrigeration.
D.
Entrance Doors and Door Panels: Main entry door shall have a net opening of 36" x 78" each with a total of
three hinges. The doors shall be a flush-type with interior and exterior finish to match walk-in wall finish.
E.
F.
ITEM
Provide one set of three and one set of two 18” wide Anthony Model 401 glass merchandising doors for the
refrigerated merchandising areas as shown on the Drawings. The doors shall be 18” wide x 75” high with T8 lighting, chrome handle, 36” deep shelves (six shelves per door) and heated triple pane insulated glass
meeting all requirements of the 2009 Energy Code.
Remote refrigeration systems: Provided as part of Item 51.
Provide one Curtron Model POLAR-PRO swinging door with inside surface mounting for the passage
doorway with the following accessories:
1. .080” panel thickness.
2. Anti-Curl Strip Standard.
3. 300 series polished stainless steel mounting plates.
4. Reinforced insulated panels to securely support the Curtron mounting plates.
5. Single compression springs for automatic self-closing feature.
289
OPEN NUMBER
ITEM
290
COOLER DUNNAGE RACKS
Existing, relocated by FSEC.
ITEM
291
MERCHANDISE SHELF UNITS
Specified as part of Item 288.
ITEM
292
REACH-IN GLASS DOORS
Specified as part of Item 288.
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ITEM
293
OPEN NUMBER
ITEM
294
OPEN NUMBER
ITEM
295
COILING DOOR
Provided by Others.
ITEM
296
DISPLAY UNIT
Existing, relocated by FSEC.
ITEM
297
COILING DOOR
Provided by Others.
ITEM
298
CASHIER / BEVERAGE COUNTER
One required
Custom Fabricate
One custom fabricated 16 ga. S/S cashier / beverage counter with millwork décor panels in the Architect’s choice of
color and 1¼” thick Silestone with the following key components and construction techniques as specified below and
shown on the Drawings as further specified for Item 56. Include the following:
D.
Recessed outlets as shown with J-box located below the undershelves.
E.
Millwork partition wall with solid surface top ledge.
F.
1 ¼” thick solid surface top.
G.
4” high vinyl base as shown.
ITEM
299
POINT OF SALE COMPUTER
Provided by Others.
ITEM
300
OPEN NUMBER
ITEM
301
INGREDIENT CANISTERS
Existing, relocated by FSEC.
ITEM
302
FOAM COFFEE CUP DISPENSER
Provided by Owner.
ITEM
303
24 OZ. PLASTIC CUP DISPENSER
Existing, relocated by FSEC.
ITEM
304
COFFEE GRINDER
Provided by Beverage Supplier.
ITEM
305
COFFEE BREWER
Provided by Beverage Supplier.
ITEM
306
Future Item.
COUNTERTOP BAKERY DISPLAY CASE
ITEM
OPEN NUMBER
307
ITEM
308
REACH-IN FREEZER
One required
Continental or approved equal Traulsen or Utility model
One Model DLIFX-SS-HD reach-in freezer with the following accessories:
A.
Locking casters.
B.
Lockable half doors hinged as shown on the Drawings.
C.
High capacity refrigeration system.
D.
S/S interior and exterior.
ITEM
309
BACK COUNTER
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One required
Custom Fabricate
One custom fabricated 16 ga. S/S back counter with millwork décor panels in the Architect’s choice of color and 1¼”
thick Silestone with the following key components and construction techniques as specified below and shown on the
Drawings as further specified for Item 56.
ITEM
310
DROP-IN SINK
One required
Eagle or approved Advance Tabco or custom fabricated
One Model SR10-14-9.5-1 with heavy duty T & S faucet and basket waste with tailpiece.
ITEM
311
HAND SINK
One required
Eagle or approved equal Advance, Best Way or fabricated equal
One Model YHSA-SPEC*2 wall-mounted hand sink, 14 ga. #304 S/S, each with a Z-bracket, 14 gauge S/S threesided apron as further specified for Item 16. Include the following accessories:
A.
One T & S Brass and Bronze Model EC-3100, deck-mounted infrared sensor faucet with thermostatically
controlled mixing valve, gooseneck swivel spout and aerator. Include two sets of alkaline batteries.
B.
Pre-cut hole for the faucet.
C.
17 1/2" high backsplash installed on a S/S Z-clip. Mount to the wall with S/S anchors.
D.
Custom bowl size - 14" x 12" x 10" deep bowl.
E.
Chrome P-trap with rear overflow.
F.
Marine edge on the front and both sides.
G.
ADA approved 14 ga. S/S apron mounted with S/S anchors.
H.
1 1/2" S/S basket strainer.
I.
FSEC shall provide the GC with detailed drawings for wall blocking to support the S/S anchors for this item.
ITEM
312
UTENSIL SINK
One required
Fabricate
One 24" wide x 68’ long x 34" high enclosed based S/S utensil wash sinks as shown on the Drawings with the
following accessories:
A.
Provide legs and feet as shown on the Drawings.
B.
Four 12" x 18" x 12" deep sinks in the configuration as shown.
C.
Provide one T&S Model B-231 faucet with a double-jointed swing spout as shown on the Drawings.
D.
10" high backsplash and endsplashes. Enclosed the right endsplash and seal the top of the endsplash for
Item 309 to this item.
E.
Pre-cut holes for the pre-rinse spray, faucets and vacuum breaker.
F.
Enclosed base with doors hinged as shown and undershelves as shown on the Drawings.
G.
Welded field joint as required by fabrication technique.
H.
Four 2” rotary lever drains.
I.
12” wide, full length wall mounted overshelf.
ITEM
313
WALL SHELVES
Specified as part of Item 312.
ITEM
314
BLENDERS
Existing, relocated by FSEC.
ITEM
315
WALL MOUNTED MENU BOARDS
Provided by Owner.
ITEM
316
WASTE CAN
Provided by Owner.
ITEM
317
UNDERCOUNTER FREEZER WITH DRAWER
One required
Randell
One Model FX-1UC with recessed handle and S/S caster base.
ITEM
318
STAINLESS STEEL BOOST BIN
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Existing, relocated by FSEC.
ITEM
319
STAINLESS STEEL CUP LID HOLDER
Existing, relocated by FSEC.
ITEM
320
STRAW HOLDER
Provided by Owner.
ITEM
321
JUICE DISPENSER
Existing, relocated by FSEC.
END OF ITEM SPECIFICATIONS
40.0 REQUIRED FORMS
One copy of each of the following forms must be completed and submitted with the bid in accordance with the
instructions given in Section 2.3. Blank forms are attached.
Signed – Request for Bid Sheet
Attachment A
Vendor Information (DOA-3477)
Vendor Reference (DOA-3478)
Vendor Agreement (DOA-3333)
Bid Bond DOA-4506 or Alternate Bid Bond Payment
Performance-Payment Bond DOA-4505
Designation of Confidential and Proprietary Information
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Attachment A
Bidder will submit a project total price including installation and relocation of equipment: $___________________
with itemized pricing for each item including installation. As a part of the itemized pricing the FSEC shall indicate
the manufacturer / brand and model number for each item. A worksheet will be provided as a Vendornet bid
attachment.
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STATE OF WISCONSIN
Bid / Proposal #
DOA-3477 (R05/98)
Commodity / Service
VENDOR INFORMATION
1.
BIDDING / PROPOSING COMPANY NAME
FEIN
Phone
(
)
Toll Free Phone
FAX
(
)
E-Mail Address
(
)
Address
City
2.
State
Zip + 4
Name the person to contact for questions concerning this bid / proposal.
Name
Title
Phone
(
)
Toll Free Phone
FAX
(
)
E-Mail Address
(
)
Address
City
3.
State
Zip + 4
Any vendor awarded over $25,000 on this contract must submit affirmative action information to the
department. Please name the Personnel / Human Resource and Development or other person responsible
for affirmative action in the company to contact about this plan.
Name
Title
Phone
(
)
Toll Free Phone
FAX
(
)
E-Mail Address
(
)
Address
City
4.
State
Zip + 4
Mailing address to which state purchase orders are mailed and person the department may contact
concerning orders and billings.
Name
Title
Phone
(
)
Toll Free Phone
FAX
(
)
E-Mail Address
(
Address
City
5.
CEO / President Name
State
Zip + 4
)
STATE OF WISCONSIN
Bid / Proposal #
DOA-3478 (R12/96)
VENDOR REFERENCE
FOR VENDOR:
Provide company name, address, contact person, telephone number, and appropriate information on the
product(s) and/or service(s) used for four (4) or more installations with requirements similar to those included in
this solicitation document. If vendor is proposing any arrangement involving a third party, the named references
should also be involved in a similar arrangement.
Company Name
Address (include Zip + 4)
Contact Person
Phone No.
Product(s) and/or Service(s) Used
Company Name
Address (include Zip + 4)
Contact Person
Phone No.
Product(s) and/or Service(s) Used
Company Name
Address (include Zip + 4)
Contact Person
Phone No
Product(s) and/or Service(s) Used
Company Name
Address (include Zip + 4)
Contact Person
Phone No.
Product(s) and/or Service(s) Used
This document can be made available in accessible formats to qualified individuals with disabilities.
Division of State Agency Services
State Bureau of Procurement
State of Wisconsin
Department of Administration
DOA-3333 (R03/2004)
Vendor Agreement
Wisconsin’s Cooperative Purchasing Service
Wisconsin statutes (s. 16.73, Wis. Stats.) establish authority to allow Wisconsin municipalities to purchase from state contracts.
Participating in the service gives vendors opportunities for additional sales without additional bidding. Municipalities use the
service to expedite purchases. A "municipality" is defined as any county, city, village, town, school district, board of school
directors, sewer district, drainage district, vocational, technical and adult education district, or any other public body having the
authority to award public contracts (s. 16.70(8), Wis. Stats.). Federally recognized Indian tribes and bands in this state may
participate in cooperative purchasing with the state or any municipality under ss. 66.0301(1) and (2), Wis.Stats.
Interested municipalities:
 will contact the contractor directly to place orders referencing the state agency contract number; and
 are responsible for receipt, acceptance, inspection of commodities directly from the contractor, and making payment directly
to the contractor.
The State of Wisconsin is not a party to these purchases or any dispute arising from these purchases and is not liable for
delivery or payment of any of these purchases.
The State of Wisconsin will determine the contractor’s participation by checking a box below.
MANDATORY: Bidders/Proposers must agree to furnish the commodities or services of this bid/proposal to Wisconsin
municipalities. Vendors should note any special conditions below.
OPTIONAL: Bidders/Proposers may or may not agree to furnish the commodities or services of this bid/proposal to
Wisconsin municipalities. A vendor’s decision on participating in this service has no effect on awarding this contract.
A vendor in the service may specify minimum order sizes by volume or dollar amount, additional charges beyond normal
delivery areas, or other minimal changes for municipalities.
Vendor: please check one of the following boxes in response.
I Agree to furnish the commodities or services of this bid/proposal to Wisconsin municipalities with any special
conditions noted below.
I Do Not Agree to furnish the commodities or services to Wisconsin municipalities.
Special Conditions (if applicable):
Signature
Date (mm/dd/ccyy)
Name (Type or Print)
Title
Company
Telephone
(
Address (Street)
Commodity/Service
City
State
)
ZIP + 4
Request for Bid/Proposal Number
STATE OF WISCONSIN
DOA-3027 N(R01/98)
DESIGNATION OF CONFIDENTIAL AND PROPRIETARY INFORMATION
The attached material submitted in response to Bid/Proposal # SS-1220 includes proprietary and confidential information which
qualifies as a trade secret, as provided in s. 19.36(5), Wis. Stats., or is otherwise material that can be kept confidential under the
Wisconsin Open Records Law. As such, we ask that certain pages, as indicated below, of this bid/proposal response be treated as
confidential material and not be released without our written approval.
Prices always become public information when bids/proposals are opened, and therefore cannot be kept
confidential.
Other information cannot be kept confidential unless it is a trade secret. Trade secret is defined in s. 134.90(1)(c), Wis. Stats. as
follows: "Trade secret" means information, including a formula, pattern, compilation, program, device, method, technique or process
to which all of the following apply:
1. The information derives independent economic value, actual or potential, from not being generally known to, and
not
being readily ascertainable by proper means by, other persons who can obtain economic value from its
disclosure or use.
2. The information is the subject of efforts to maintain its secrecy that are reasonable under the circumstances.
We request that the following pages not be released
Section
Page #
Topic
_______________________________________________________________________________________________________
_______________________________________________________________________________________________________
_______________________________________________________________________________________________________
_______________________________________________________________________________________________________
IN THE EVENT THE DESIGNATION OF CONFIDENTIALITY OF THIS INFORMATION IS CHALLENGED, THE
UNDERSIGNED HEREBY AGREES TO PROVIDE LEGAL COUNSEL OR OTHER NECESSARY ASSISTANCE TO DEFEND
THE DESIGNATION OF CONFIDENTIALITY AND AGREES TO HOLD THE STATE HARMLESS FOR ANY COSTS OR
DAMAGES ARISING OUT OF THE STATE'S AGREEING TO WITHHOLD THE MATERIALS.
Failure to include this form in the bid/proposal response may mean that all information provided as part of the bid/proposal response
will be open to examination and copying. The state considers other markings of confidential in the bid/proposal document to be
insufficient. The undersigned agrees to hold the state harmless for any damages arising out of the release of any materials unless they
are specifically identified above.
Company Name
___________________________________________
Authorized Representative
___________________________________________
Signature
Authorized Representative
___________________________________________
Type or Print
Date
___________________________________________
STATE OF WISCONSIN
DEPARTMENT OF ADMINISTRATION
DIVISION OF STATE FACILITIES (DSF)
Mailing Address: Post Office Box 7866, Madison, WI 53707-7866
Street Address: 101 E. Wilson Street, 7th Floor, Madison, WI 53702
Phone: 608 / 266-2731; FAX: 608 / 267-2710
http://www.doa.state.wi.us/dsf/index.asp
DOA-4506 (R01/97)
s. 16.855(2)(b)1. Wisconsin Statutes
BID BOND
KNOW ALL PEOPLE BY THESE PRESENTS, that
(a corporation of the State of
"Principal"), and
) (individual), (partnership) (hereinafter referred to as the
, a corporation of the State of
Name of Surety
(thereinafter referred to as the "Surety"), are held and firmly bound unto the State of Wisconsin, for Department of
Administration, Division of State Facilities (hereinafter referred to as "DSF"), in the penal sum of ten percent (10%) of the
amount of the total bid or bids of the Principal herein accepted by DSF, for the payment of which the Principal and the
Surety bind themselves, their heirs, executors, administrators, successors and assigns, jointly and severally, firmly by
these presents.
The conditions of this obligation are such that, whereas the Principal has submitted, or is about to submit, to the State of
Wisconsin a certain bid, including the related alternate and combined bids attached hereto and hereby made a part
hereof, to enter into a Contract in writing for
Type of Work
for the
Project
(1)
If said bid is rejected by DSF, then this obligation shall be void.
(2)
If said bid is accepted by DSF and the Principal shall execute and deliver a Contract in the form specified by
DSF (properly completed in accordance with said bid) and shall furnish a bond for the Principal's faithful
performance of said Contract, and for the payment of all persons performing labor or furnishing materials in
connection therewith, and shall in all other respects perform the agreement created by the acceptance of said
bid, then this obligation shall be void.
(3)
If said bid is accepted by DSF and the Principal shall fail to execute and deliver the Contract and the
performance and payment bond noted in (2) above, all within the time specified or any extension thereof, the
Principal and Surety agree jointly and severally to forfeit to DSF the penal sum mentioned above, it being
understood that the liability of the Surety for any and all claims hereunder shall in no event exceed the penal
sum of this obligation as stated. Notice will be given by DSF to the Principal and Surety of intent to request
payment of all or any part of the penal sum, a minimum of 7 calendar days before making demand of payment.
Payment of the penal sum by the Surety and its bond shall be received by DSF within 72 hours following
demand by DSF.
The Surety, hereby stipulates and agrees that the obligations of said Surety and its bond shall be in no way impaired or
affected by an extension of the time within which DSF may accept such bid, and said Surety does hereby waive notice of
any such extension.
IN WITNESS WHEREOF, the Principal and the Surety have hereunto set their hands and seals, and such of them as are
corporations have caused their corporate seals to be hereto affixed and these presents to be signed by their proper
officers, on the day and year set forth below.
SEAL:
Principal
Date
Name of Surety
Date
By:
SEAL:
By:
NOTE TO SURETY AND PRINCIPAL: The bid submitted, which this bond guarantees, may be rejected if the following
instrument is not attached to this bond: Power of Attorney showing that the agent of Surety is currently authorized to
execute bonds on behalf of the Surety, and in the amounts referenced above.
This form can be made available in accessible formats upon request to qualified individuals with disabilities.
41.0 TERMS AND CONDITIONS
The State of Wisconsin reserves the right to incorporate standard State contract provisions into any
contract negotiated with any proposal submitted responding to this RFB (Standard Terms and
Conditions (DOA-3054) and Supplemental Standard Terms and Conditions for Procurements for
Services (DOA-3681)). Failure of the successful proposer to accept these obligations in a contractual
agreement may result in cancellation of the award.
SPECIAL TERMS AND CONDITIONS
38.1
Prime contractor and minority business subcontractors.
The prime contractor will be responsible for contract performance when subcontractors are used.
However, when subcontractors are used, they must abide by all terms and conditions of the contract. If
subcontractors are to be used, the proposer must clearly explain their participation.
The State of Wisconsin is committed to the promotion of minority business in the state’s purchasing
program and a goal of placing five (5) percent of its total purchasing dollars with certified minority
businesses. Authority for this program is found in Wisconsin Statutes 15.107(2), 16.75(4), and 16.75(5)
and 560.036(2). The Department of Administration is committed to the promotion of minority business
in the department’s purchasing program.
The State of Wisconsin’s policy provides that minority owned business enterprises certified by the
Wisconsin Department of Commerce, Bureau of Minority Development should have the maximum
opportunity to participate in the performance of its contracts. The awarded vendor is strongly urged to
use due diligence to further this policy by awarding subcontracts to minority owned business
enterprises, or by using such enterprises to provide goods and services incidental to this requested
service or contract, with a goal of awarding at least 5% of the award amount of this request for
bid/proposal to such enterprises.
Upon request the awarded vendor shall furnish a subcontracting plan of action indicating
appropriate information about its effort to achieve this goal, including identities of such enterprises
certified by the Wisconsin Department of Commerce and their subcontract amount. The Department of
Administration will require from the successful contractor a quarterly report of amounts spent with
certified minority business enterprises.
A listing of certified minority businesses, as well as the services and commodities they provide, is
available from the Department of Administration, Office of Minority Business Program, (608) 267-7806.
The list is published on the Internet at: http://www.doa.state.wi.us/deo/mbe/minority_search.asp
Wisconsin Department of Administration
DOA-3054 (R10/2005)
Ch. 16, 19, 51, Wis. Stats.
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Standard Terms And Conditions
(Request For Bids / Proposals)
1.0
2.0
3.0
SPECIFICATIONS: The specifications in this request are
the minimum acceptable. When specific manufacturer and
model numbers are used, they are to establish a design,
type of construction, quality, functional capability and/or
performance level desired.
When alternates are
bid/proposed, they must be identified by manufacturer, stock
number, and such other information necessary to establish
equivalency. The State of Wisconsin shall be the sole judge
of equivalency. Bidders/proposers are cautioned to avoid
bidding alternates to the specifications which may result in
rejection of their bid/proposal.
DEVIATIONS AND EXCEPTIONS: Deviations and exceptions from original text, terms, conditions, or specifications
shall be described fully, on the bidder's/proposer's letterhead, signed, and attached to the request. In the absence
of such statement, the bid/proposal shall be accepted as in
strict compliance with all terms, conditions, and specifications and the bidders/proposers shall be held liable.
QUALITY: Unless otherwise indicated in the request, all
material shall be first quality. Items which are used,
demonstrators, obsolete, seconds, or which have been
discontinued are unacceptable without prior written approval
by the State of Wisconsin.
4.0
QUANTITIES: The quantities shown on this request are
based on estimated needs. The state reserves the right to
increase or decrease quantities to meet actual needs.
5.0
DELIVERY: Deliveries shall be F.O.B. destination freight
prepaid and included unless otherwise specified.
6.0
PRICING AND DISCOUNT: The State of Wisconsin qualifies for governmental discounts and its educational institutions also qualify for educational discounts. Unit prices shall
reflect these discounts.
6.1
6.2
6.3
Unit prices shown on the bid/proposal or contract
shall be the price per unit of sale (e.g., gal., cs., doz.,
ea.) as stated on the request or contract. For any
given item, the quantity multiplied by the unit price
shall establish the extended price, the unit price shall
govern in the bid/proposal evaluation and contract
administration.
Prices established in continuing agreements and
term contracts may be lowered due to general market
conditions, but prices shall not be subject to increase
for ninety (90) calendar days from the date of award.
Any increase proposed shall be submitted to the
contracting agency thirty (30) calendar days before
the proposed effective date of the price increase, and
shall be limited to fully documented cost increases to
the contractor which are demonstrated to be industrywide. The conditions under which price increases
may be granted shall be expressed in bid/proposal
documents and contracts or agreements.
In determination of award, discounts for early
payment will only be considered when all other conditions are equal and when payment terms allow at
least fifteen (15) days, providing the discount terms
are deemed favorable. All payment terms must allow
the option of net thirty (30).
7.0
UNFAIR SALES ACT: Prices quoted to the State of
Wisconsin are not governed by the Unfair Sales Act.
8.0
ACCEPTANCE-REJECTION: The State of Wisconsin
reserves the right to accept or reject any or all
bids/proposals, to waive any technicality in any bid/proposal
submitted, and to accept any part of a bid/proposal as
deemed to be in the best interests of the State of
Wisconsin.
Bids/proposals MUST be date and time stamped by the
soliciting purchasing office on or before the date and time
that the bid/proposal is due. Bids/proposals date and time
stamped in another office will be rejected. Receipt of a
bid/proposal by the mail system does not constitute receipt
of a bid/proposal by the purchasing office.
9.0
METHOD OF AWARD: Award shall be made to the lowest
responsible, responsive bidder unless otherwise specified.
10.0
ORDERING: Purchase orders or releases via purchasing
cards shall be placed directly to the contractor by an
authorized agency.
No other purchase orders are
authorized.
11.0
PAYMENT TERMS AND INVOICING:
The State of
Wisconsin normally will pay properly submitted vendor
invoices within thirty (30) days of receipt providing goods
and/or services have been delivered, installed (if required),
and accepted as specified.
Invoices presented for payment must be submitted in
accordance with instructions contained on the purchase
order including reference to purchase order number and
submittal to the correct address for processing.
A good faith dispute creates an exception to prompt
payment.
12.0
TAXES: The State of Wisconsin and its agencies are
exempt from payment of all federal tax and Wisconsin state
and local taxes on its purchases except Wisconsin excise
taxes as described below.
The State of Wisconsin, including all its agencies, is
required to pay the Wisconsin excise or occupation tax on
its purchase of beer, liquor, wine, cigarettes, tobacco
products, motor vehicle fuel and general aviation fuel.
However, it is exempt from payment of Wisconsin sales or
use tax on its purchases. The State of Wisconsin may be
subject to other states' taxes on its purchases in that state
depending on the laws of that state. Contractors performing construction activities are required to pay state use tax
on the cost of materials.
13.0
GUARANTEED DELIVERY: Failure of the contractor to
adhere to delivery schedules as specified or to promptly
replace rejected materials shall render the contractor liable
for all costs in excess of the contract price when alternate
procurement is necessary. Excess costs shall include the
administrative costs.
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15.0
16.0
17.0
18.0
19.0
ENTIRE AGREEMENT:
These Standard Terms and
Conditions shall apply to any contract or order awarded as
a result of this request except where special requirements
are stated elsewhere in the request; in such cases, the
special requirements shall apply. Further, the written
contract and/or order with referenced parts and attachments shall constitute the entire agreement and no other
terms and conditions in any document, acceptance, or
acknowledgment shall be effective or binding unless
expressly agreed to in writing by the contracting authority.
APPLICABLE LAW: This contract shall be governed under
the laws of the State of Wisconsin. The contractor shall at
all times comply with and observe all federal and state
laws, local laws, ordinances, and regulations which are in
effect during the period of this contract and which in any
manner affect the work or its conduct. The State of
Wisconsin reserves the right to cancel this contract if the
contractor fails to follow the requirements of s. 77.66, Wis.
Stats., and related statutes regarding certification for
collection of sales and use tax. The State of Wisconsin
also reserves the right to cancel this contract with any
federally debarred contractor or a contractor that is
presently identified on the list of parties excluded from
federal procurement and non-procurement contracts.
ANTITRUST ASSIGNMENT: The contractor and the State
of Wisconsin recognize that in actual economic practice,
overcharges resulting from antitrust violations are in fact
usually borne by the State of Wisconsin (purchaser).
Therefore, the contractor hereby assigns to the State of
Wisconsin any and all claims for such overcharges as to
goods, materials or services purchased in connection with
this contract.
ASSIGNMENT: No right or duty in whole or in part of the
contractor under this contract may be assigned or delegated without the prior written consent of the State of
Wisconsin.
WORK CENTER CRITERIA: A work center must be certified under s. 16.752, Wis. Stats., and must ensure that
when engaged in the production of materials, supplies or
equipment or the performance of contractual services, not
less than seventy-five percent (75%) of the total hours of
direct labor are performed by severely handicapped
individuals.
NONDISCRIMINATION / AFFIRMATIVE ACTION: In
connection with the performance of work under this
contract, the contractor agrees not to discriminate against
any employee or applicant for employment because of age,
race, religion, color, handicap, sex, physical condition,
developmental disability as defined in s. 51.01(5), Wis.
Stats., sexual orientation as defined in s. 111.32(13m), Wis.
Stats., or national origin. This provision shall include, but
not be limited to, the following: employment, upgrading,
demotion or transfer; recruitment or recruitment advertising;
layoff or termination; rates of pay or other forms of
compensation; and selection for training, including apprenticeship. Except with respect to sexual orientation, the
contractor further agrees to take affirmative action to
ensure equal employment opportunities.
19.1
Contracts estimated to be over twenty-five thousand
dollars ($25,000) require the submission of a written
affirmative action plan by the contractor. An exemption occurs from this requirement if the contractor has
a workforce of less than twenty-five (25) employees.
Within fifteen (15) working days after the contract is
awarded, the contractor must submit the plan to the
contracting state agency for approval. Instructions
on preparing the plan and technical assistance
regarding this clause are available from the
contracting state agency.
19.2
The contractor agrees to post in conspicuous places,
available for employees and applicants for employment, a notice to be provided by the contracting state
agency that sets forth the provisions of the State of
Wisconsin's nondiscrimination law.
19.3
Failure to comply with the conditions of this clause
may result in the contractor's becoming declared an
"ineligible" contractor, termination of the contract, or
withholding of payment.
20.0
PATENT INFRINGEMENT: The contractor selling to the
State of Wisconsin the articles described herein guarantees
the articles were manufactured or produced in accordance
with applicable federal labor laws. Further, that the sale or
use of the articles described herein will not infringe any
United States patent. The contractor covenants that it will
at its own expense defend every suit which shall be brought
against the State of Wisconsin (provided that such
contractor is promptly notified of such suit, and all papers
therein are delivered to it) for any alleged infringement of
any patent by reason of the sale or use of such articles, and
agrees that it will pay all costs, damages, and profits recoverable in any such suit.
21.0
SAFETY REQUIREMENTS: All materials, equipment, and
supplies provided to the State of Wisconsin must comply
fully with all safety requirements as set forth by the
Wisconsin Administrative Code and all applicable OSHA
Standards.
22.0
WARRANTY: Unless otherwise specifically stated by the
bidder/proposer, equipment purchased as a result of this
request shall be warranted against defects by the
bidder/proposer for one (1) year from date of receipt. The
equipment manufacturer's standard warranty shall apply as
a minimum and must be honored by the contractor.
23.0
INSURANCE RESPONSIBILITY: The contractor performing services for the State of Wisconsin shall:
23.1
Maintain worker's compensation insurance as
required by Wisconsin Statutes, for all employees
engaged in the work.
23.2
Maintain commercial liability, bodily injury and property damage insurance against any claim(s) which
might occur in carrying out this agreement/contract.
Minimum coverage shall be one million dollars
($1,000,000) liability for bodily injury and property
damage including products liability and completed
operations. Provide motor vehicle insurance for all
owned, non-owned and hired vehicles that are used
in carrying out this contract. Minimum coverage shall
be one million dollars ($1,000,000) per occurrence
combined single limit for automobile liability and
property damage.
23.3
The state reserves the right to require higher or lower
limits where warranted.
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24.0
25.0
26.0
CANCELLATION: The State of Wisconsin reserves the
right to cancel any contract in whole or in part without
penalty due to nonappropriation of funds or for failure of the
contractor to comply with terms, conditions, and specifications of this contract.
VENDOR TAX DELINQUENCY: Vendors who have a
delinquent Wisconsin tax liability may have their payments
offset by the State of Wisconsin.
PUBLIC RECORDS ACCESS: It is the intention of the
state to maintain an open and public process in the solicitation, submission, review, and approval of procurement
activities.
Bidders are encouraged to bid products with recycled
content which meet specifications.
30.0
MATERIAL SAFETY DATA SHEET: If any item(s) on an
order(s) resulting from this award(s) is a hazardous chemical, as defined under 29CFR 1910.1200, provide one (1)
copy of a Material Safety Data Sheet for each item with the
shipped container(s) and one (1) copy with the invoice(s).
31.0
PROMOTIONAL ADVERTISING / NEWS RELEASES:
Reference to or use of the State of Wisconsin, any of its
departments, agencies or other sub-units, or any state official or employee for commercial promotion is prohibited.
News releases pertaining to this procurement shall not be
made without prior approval of the State of Wisconsin.
Release of broadcast e-mails pertaining to this procurement
shall not be made without prior written authorization of the
contracting agency.
32.0
HOLD HARMLESS: The contractor will indemnify and
save harmless the State of Wisconsin and all of its officers,
agents and employees from all suits, actions, or claims of
any character brought for or on account of any injuries or
damages received by any persons or property resulting
from the operations of the contractor, or of any of its
contractors, in prosecuting work under this agreement.
33.0
FOREIGN CORPORATION: A foreign corporation (any
corporation other than a Wisconsin corporation) which
becomes a party to this Agreement is required to conform
to all the requirements of Chapter 180, Wis. Stats., relating
to a foreign corporation and must possess a certificate of
authority from the Wisconsin Department of Financial
Institutions, unless the corporation is transacting business
in interstate commerce or is otherwise exempt from the
requirement of obtaining a certificate of authority. Any
foreign corporation which desires to apply for a certificate of
authority should contact the Department of Financial
Institutions, Division of Corporation, P. O. Box 7846,
Madison, WI 53707-7846; telephone (608) 267-7577.
34.0
WORK CENTER PROGRAM:
The successful
bidder/proposer shall agree to implement processes that
allow the State agencies, including the University of
Wisconsin System, to satisfy the State's obligation to
purchase goods and services produced by work centers
certified under the State Use Law, s.16.752, Wis. Stat.
This shall result in requiring the successful bidder/proposer
to include products provided by work centers in its catalog
for State agencies and campuses or to block the sale of
comparable items to State agencies and campuses.
35.0
FORCE MAJEURE: Neither party shall be in default by
reason of any failure in performance of this Agreement in
accordance with reasonable control and without fault or
negligence on their part. Such causes may include, but are
not restricted to, acts of nature or the public enemy, acts of
the government in either its sovereign or contractual
capacity, fires, floods, epidemics, quarantine restrictions,
strikes, freight embargoes and unusually severe weather,
but in every case the failure to perform such must be
beyond the reasonable control and without the fault or
negligence of the party.
Bid/proposal openings are public unless otherwise specified. Records may not be available for public inspection
prior to issuance of the notice of intent to award or the
award of the contract.
27.0
28.0
PROPRIETARY INFORMATION: Any restrictions on the
use of data contained within a request, must be clearly
stated in the bid/proposal itself. Proprietary information
submitted in response to a request will be handled in
accordance with applicable State of Wisconsin procurement
regulations and the Wisconsin public records law. Proprietary restrictions normally are not accepted. However, when
accepted, it is the vendor's responsibility to defend the
determination in the event of an appeal or litigation.
27.1
Data contained in a bid/proposal, all documentation
provided therein, and innovations developed as a
result of the contracted commodities or services
cannot be copyrighted or patented. All data, documentation, and innovations become the property of
the State of Wisconsin.
27.2
Any material submitted by the vendor in response to
this request that the vendor considers confidential
and proprietary information and which qualifies as a
trade secret, as provided in s. 19.36(5), Wis. Stats.,
or material which can be kept confidential under the
Wisconsin public records law, must be identified on a
Designation of Confidential and Proprietary Information form (DOA-3027).
Bidders/proposers may
request the form if it is not part of the Request for
Bid/Request for Proposal package. Bid/proposal
prices cannot be held confidential.
DISCLOSURE: If a state public official (s. 19.42, Wis.
Stats.), a member of a state public official's immediate
family, or any organization in which a state public official or
a member of the official's immediate family owns or controls
a ten percent (10%) interest, is a party to this agreement,
and if this agreement involves payment of more than three
thousand dollars ($3,000) within a twelve (12) month
period, this contract is voidable by the state unless appropriate disclosure is made according to s. 19.45(6), Wis.
Stats., before signing the contract. Disclosure must be
made to the State of Wisconsin Ethics Board, 44 East
Mifflin Street, Suite 601, Madison, Wisconsin 53703
(Telephone 608-266-8123).
State classified and former employees and certain
University of Wisconsin faculty/staff are subject to separate
disclosure requirements, s. 16.417, Wis. Stats.
29.0
RECYCLED MATERIALS: The State of Wisconsin is
required to purchase products incorporating recycled materials whenever technically and economically feasible.
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