REQUEST FOR PROPOSAL LIGHTING DIMMER SYSTEM

REQUEST FOR PROPOSAL LIGHTING DIMMER SYSTEM
REQUEST FOR PROPOSAL
LIGHTING DIMMER SYSTEM REPLACEMENT, EAST BUILDING
Request #: FY15-1051
Purchasing Contact: Bill Broderick, Bill.Broderick@VisitSanDiego.com
RFP Schedule
Issue Date: August 11, 1:00 PM 2014 (PST)
Facility Walkthrough: August 28, 2014, 1:00 PM (PST)
Response Due Date: September 12, 2014, 4:00 PM (PST)
Solicitation
The San Diego Convention Center Corporation (“Corporation”) is soliciting proposals
from qualified licensed California contractors (“Respondents”) to replace Lighting
Dimmer system at the of the Convention Center East Building. Respondents must
demonstrate the ability to perform the work described in the Scope of Services set forth
in this Solicitation and have significant experience successfully performing comparable
work.
Corporation is not required to engage in a public bidding process to solicit proposals,
quotes, information or statements of qualification. This process is not subject to protest
or appeal.
Neither the Respondent nor its agents, lobbyists, attorneys or other parties representing
the interests of the Respondent shall contact members of the San Diego Convention
Center Board of Directors, the San Diego City Council, or the San Diego Unified Port
District with regard to this project or process. Any such contact shall be grounds for
automatic disqualification of the potential Respondent and its response submittal.
This solicitation is not an offer or commitment to purchase any goods or services
or to award or enter into a contract.
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Information on the Corporation
The Corporation is a California nonprofit public benefit corporation and its primary
business is management, operation and marketing of the San Diego Convention
Center. Corporation is not a governmental entity. More information is available at
http://www.visitsandiego.com.
Equal Opportunity Contracting
The Corporation has a corporate policy on equal opportunity contracting (“EOC”) and
supports the City of San Diego’s EOC program and requirements. Small, local,
disadvantaged, women-owned, and ethnic minority-owned businesses are encouraged
to submit responses to this Solicitation. Please refer to the EOC Workforce Report
attachment for information and required form to be submitted with proposal. Download
form at http://www.sandiego.gov/eoc/pdf/bb05.pdf
Green Products & Services
The Corporation is committed to increasing green purchasing of environmentally
preferable and sustainable products and practices to the maximum extent possible.
Respondents are strongly encouraged to propose “green” products or services not
identified in this Solicitation and adhered to the “Alternates/Deviations” section herein.
Scope of Services for this Solicitation
Corporation desires to engage the services of a qualified licensed California Contractor
to provide all new materials and labor to Replace Lighting Dimmer systems in the East
Building rooms 20 through 33 for the Corporation. The awarded Respondent
(“Contractor”) shall provide the Services as described herein and in accordance with
recognized industry standards and regulations for general contracting services.
Project Description:
Background: Due to heavy use and obsolescence, Thirteen Rooms Lighting dimmer
systems in the East Building require immediate replacement with all new equipment.
Respondents will be responsible for any modifications necessary to ensure successful
replacement and installation of the dampers.
There will be a facility walkthrough on August 28, 2014 at 1:00 PM (PST) to field
verify the equipment location and the Conditions.
Scope of Services:
Contractor shall provide all new materials and equipment, labor, and any modifications
necessary to the facility to replace lighting Dimmer systems in twelve rooms. The
Services shall be provided by Contractor's qualified workforce. The Services shall be
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provided in a manner that demonstrates highest degrees of customer service, quality
control and professional collaboration.
Product:

Provide and replace entire dimmer system throughout east building, rooms (20
through 33);

Owner is recommending the Dimmer system identified below:
System Details:
I.
Control System #1
A. Architectural Control System to consist of:
1. Unison Paradigm External Processing Rack (ERn4) to contain:
1
7180A1020
ERn4-W-120 - ERn4 Enclosure Wall-mount 100-120V
1
7180A1004
ERn-NET - ERn 5 port Ethernet Switch Module (includes 5 - N4036 Patch cables)
1
7180A1009
P-ACP - Paradigm Architectural Control Processor
1
7180A1008
URTO - Unison RideThru Option Kit
1
7182A1006
P-DREP - Paradigm ERn-mount Station Duai Repeater Module - supports 30
additional stations and (2) additional 500m wire segments
2. Unison Paradigm Control Station (Model P-LCD-1) to consist of:
2
7184A1500-1 P-LCD-1 - Cream Touchscreen assembly to include the following:
1 - LCD Touchscreen wl faceplate
2
7184A1503
P-LCD-SBB - Paradigm surface mount touchscreen back box
3. Unison Heritage Control Station (Model UH40707-11) to consist of:
15
7181A2401-IA UH40707-11 - Cream 4-gang faceplate assembly to include the following:
1 - "Master" Slider Assembly
6 - "Zone X" Slider Assemblies
4 - "Preset X" Select Switches
1 - "Off' Select Switch
1 - "Manual" Select Switch
1 - "Record" Select Switch
15
7181E2015
UH40707 -- 4-gang, 7-fader, 7-button electronics assembly wll R Port
4. Unison Heritage Control Station (Model UH10005-11) to consist of:
15
7181A2203-1A UH10005-11 - Cream 1-gang faceplate assembly to include the following:
4 - "Preset X" Select Switch
1 - "Off' Select Switch
15
7181E2006
UHI0005 - 1-gang, 5-button electronics assembly MR Port
II.
Control System #2
A. Control System to consist of:
1. Network control equipment to consist of:
1
7150A1002-8 SNB-8 - 8-port Simple Network Box with 8-port Power over Ethernet switch patch
panel, patch cables, power supply
B.
Architectural Control System to consist of:
1. Unison Paradigm External Processing Rack (ERn4) to contain:
1
7180A1020
ERn4-W-120 - ERn4 Enclosure Wall-mount 100-120V
1
7180A1004
ERn-NET - ERn 5 port Ethernet Switch Module (includes 5 - N4036 Patch cables)
1
7180A1009
P-ACP - Paradigm Architectural Control Processor
1
7182A1001
P-SPM - Paradigm Station Power Module - supports 32 stations and (1) 500m
wire segment
1
7180A1008
URTO - Unison RideThru Option Kit
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1
7182A1006
P-DREP - Paradigm ERn-mount Station Dual Repeater Module - supports 30
additional stations and (2) additional 500m wire segments
2.
Unison Paradigm Control Station (Model P-LCD-1) to consist of:
3
7184A1500-1 P-LCD-1 - Cream Touchscreen assembly to include the following:
1
LCD Touchscreen wl faceplate
2
7184A1503
P-LCD-SBB - Paradigm surface mount touchscreen back box
Unison Heritage Control Station (Model UH40707-11) to consist of:
22
7181A2401-1A UH40707-11 - Cream 4-gang faceplate assembly to include the following:
1 - "Master" Slider Assembly
6 - "Zone X" Slider Assemblies
4 - "Preset X" Select Switches
1 - "Off" Select Switch
1 - "Manual" Select Switch
1 - "Record" Select Switch
22
718182015
UH40707 - 4-gang, 7-fader, 7-button electronics assembly w/lR Port
3.
Unison Heritage Control Station (Model UH10005-11) to consist of:
22
7181A2203-1A UH10005-11 - Cream 1-gang faceplate assembly to include the following:
4 - "Preset X" Select Switch
1 - "Off" Select Switch
22
7181 B2006
UH10005 - 1-gang, 5-button electronics assembly with lR Port
II. Control System #3
A. Control System to consist of:
1. DMX Signal Processing to consist of:
1. Custom Item Pathway Wall Kit - Large Wall Mounted eDIN enclosure with Power Supply and:
3 - eDIN 2 into 1 DMX Mergers (Functions as a 4-1 merger)
2. Control Plug-in Stations to consist of:
4
1094A1005
ECPB DMXIN - DMX Input Control Plug-in Station with: 1 - XLR-5MDM3 DMX In
Connector
B. Architectural Control System to consist of:
1. Unison Paradigm External Processing Rack (ERn2) to contain:
1
7180A1010
ERn2-W-120 - ERn2 Enclosure Wall-mount 100-120V
1
7180A1004
ERn-NET - ERn 5 port Ethernet Switch Module (includes 5 - N4036 Patch
cables)
1
7182A1001
P-SPM - Paradigm Station Power Module - supports 32 stations and (1)
500m wire segment
1
7180A1008
URTO - Unison RideThru Option Kit
2. Unison Paradigm Control Station (Model P-LCD-1) to consist of:
2
7184A1500-1 P-LCD-1 - Cream Touchscreen assembly to include the following:
1 - LCD Touchscreen wl faceplate
2
7184A1503
P-LCD-SBB - Paradigm surface mount touchscreen back box
3. Unison Heritage Control Station (Model UH40707-11) to consist of:
4
7181A2401-IA UH40707-11 - Cream 4-gang faceplate assembly to include the following:
1 - "Master" Slider Assembly
6 - "Zone X" Slider Assemblies
4 - "Preset X" Select Switches
1 - "Off" Select Switch
1 - "Manual" Select Switch
1 - "Record" Select Switch
4
7181 B2015
UH40707 - 4-gang, 7-fader, 7-button electronics assembly wMIR Port
4. Unison Heritage Control Station (Model UH10005-11) to consist of:
UH10005-11 - Cream 1-gang faceplate assembly to include the following:
4 - "Preset X" Select Switch
1 - "Off' Select Switch
UH10005 - 1-gang, 5-button electronics assembly wMIR Port
IV.
Dimmer System #1
A. Power Control System to consist of:
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1.
HD-U-1
1
7183A1016
DRd6-12-277 - DRd6 277V Rack Enclosure - Designed for 3 phase
4 wire with ground operation at a maximum of 100A, 2771480V, 60Hz AC
1
7180A1008
URTO - Unison RideThru Option Kit
1
7183A1069
DRd-FLO - DRd 4-Wire Fluorescent Option Kit - Supports 24 loops of 4 wire (010V) ballasts.
1
7180A1101
S -ACP - SmartLink Architectural Control Processor – SmartLink ACP can only
be used in Unison DRd enclosure
6
7083A1 007
2.
HD-U-2 AD20 - Dual AD20 5.5KW Dimmer Module - 277V (12 Dimmers)
1
7183A1015
DRd12-24-277 - DRd12 -277V Rack Enclosure - Designed for 3 phase 4 wire
with ground operation at a maximum of 200A
1
7180A1008
URTO - Unison RideThru Option Kit
1
7183A1069
DRd-FLO - DRd 4-Wire Fluorescent Option Kit - Supports 24 loops of 4 wire (010V) ballasts.
1
7180A1101
S-ACP - SmartLink Architectural Control Processor – SmartLink ACP can only be
used in Unison DRd enclosure
12
7083A1007
3.
HD-U-3 AD20 - Dual AD20 5.5KW Dimmer Module - 277V (24 Dimmers)
1
7183A1015
DRd12-24-277 - DRd12 -277V Rack Enclosure - Designed for 3 phase 4 wire
with ground operation at a maximum of 200A
1
7180A1008
URTO - Unison RideThru Option Kit
1
7183A1069
DRd-FLO - DRd 4-Wire Fluorescent Option Kit - Supports 24 loops of 4 wire (010V) ballasts.
1
7180A1101
S-ACP - SmartLink Architectural Control Processor – SmartLink ACP can only be
used in Unison DRd enclosure
12
7083A1007
AD20 - Dual AD20 5.5KW Dimmer Module - 277V (24 Dimmers)
4.
HD-U-4 -1
1
7183A1015
DRd12-24-277 - DRd12 -277V Rack Enclosure - Designed for 3 phase 4 wire
with ground operation at a maximum of 200A
1
7180A1008
URTO - Unison RideThru Option Kit
1
7183A1069
DRd-FLO - DRd 4-Wire Fluorescent Option Kit - Supports 24 loops of 4 wire (010V) ballasts.
1
7180A1101
S -ACP - SmartLink Architectural Control Processor – SmartLink ACP can only
be used in Unison DRd enclosure
12
7083A1 007
AD20 - Dual AD20 5.5KW Dimmer Module - 277V (24 Dimmers)
5.
HD-U-4 - 2
1
7183A1015
DRdI2-24-277 - DRd12 -277V Rack Enclosure - Designed for 3 phase 4 wire with
ground operation at a maximum of 200A
1
7180A1008
URTO - Unison RideThru Option Kit
1
7183A1069
DRd-FLO - DRd 4-Wire Fluorescent Option Kit - Supports 24 loops of 4 wire (010V) ballasts.
1
7180A1101
S-ACP - SmartLink Architectural Control Processor – SmartLink ACP can only be
used in Unison DRd enclosure
10
7083A1007
AD20 - Dual AD20 5.5KW Dimmer Module - 277V (20 Dimmers)
2
7083A1072
AFM - AFM Air Flow Module
6.
HD-U-5 -1
1
7183A1015
DRdI2-24-277 - DRd12 -277V Rack Enclosure - Designed for 3 phase 4 wire with
ground operation at a maximum of 200A
1
7180A1008
URTO - Unison RideThru Option Kit
1
7183A1069
DRd-FLO - DRd 4-Wire Fluorescent Option Kit - Supports 24 loops of 4 wire (010V) ballasts.
1
7180A1101
S-ACP - SmartLink Architectural Control Processor – SmartLink ACP can only be
used in Unison DRd enclosure
12
7083A1007
AD20 - Dual AD20 5.5KW Dimmer Module - 277V (24 Dimmers)
7.
HD-U-5 - 2
1
7163A1016
DRd6-12-277 - DRd6 277V Rack Enclosure - Designed for 3 phase 4 wire with
ground operation at a maximum of 100A, 2771480V, 60Hz AC
1
7180A1008
URTO - Unison RideThru Option Kit
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1
7183A1069
DRd-FLO - DRd 4-Wire Fluorescent Option Kit - Supports 24 loops of 4 wire (010V) ballasts.
1
7180A1101
S-ACP - SmartLink Architectural Control Processor – SmartLink ACP can only be
used in Unison DRd enclosure
6
7083A1007
AD20 - Dual AD20 5.5KW Dimmer Module - 277V (12 Dimmers)
8.
HD-U-6 -1
1
7183A1015
DRdI2-24-277 - DRd12 -277V Rack Enclosure - Designed for 3 phase 4 wire with
ground operation at a maximum of 200A
1
7180A1008
URTO - Unison RideThru Option Kit
1
7183A1069
DRd-FLO - DRd 4-Wire Fluorescent Option Kit - Supports 24 loops of 4 wire (010V) ballasts.
1
7180A1101
S-ACP - SmartLink Architectural Control Processor – SmartLink ACP can only be
used in Unison DRd enclosure
12
7083A1007
AD20 - Dual AD20 5.5KW Dimmer Module - 277V (24 Dimmers)
9.
HD-U-6 - 2
1
7183A1015
DRd12-24-277 - DRd12 -277V Rack Enclosure - Designed for 3 phase 4 wire
with ground operation at a maximum of 200A
1
7180A1008
URTO - Unison RideThru Option Kit
1
7183A1069
DRd-FLO - DRd 4-Wire Fluorescent Option Kit - Supports 24 loops of 4 wire (010V) ballasts.
1
7180A1101
S-ACP - SmartLink Architectural Control Processor – SmartLink ACP can only be
used in Unison DRd enclosure
8
7083A1007
AD20 - Dual AD20 5.5KW Dimmer Module - 277V (16 Dimmers)
4
7083A1072
AFM - AFM Air Flow Module
10. HD-U-7
1
7183A1015
DRd12-24-277 - DRd12 -277V Rack Enclosure - Designed for 3 phase 4 wire
with ground operation at a maximum of 200A
1
7180A1008
URTO - Unison RideThru Option Kit
1
7183A1069
DRd-FLO - DRd 4-Wire Fluorescent Option Kit - Supports 24 loops of 4 wire (010V) ballasts.
1
7180A1101
S-ACP - SmartLink Architectural Control Processor – SmartLink ACP can only be
used in Unison DRd enclosure
8
7083A1007
AD20 - Dual AD20 5.5KW Dimmer Module - 277V (16 Dimmers)
4
7083A1072
AFM - AFM Air Flow Module
11.
LD-M-1
1
7183A1016
DRd6-12-277 - DRd6 277V Rack Enclosure - Designed for 3 phase 4 wire with
ground operation at a maximum of 100A, 2771480V, 60Hz AC
1
7180A1008
URTO - Unison RideThru Option Kit
1
7183A1069
DRd-FLO - DRd 4-Wire Fluorescent Option Kit - Supports 24 loops of 4 wire (010V) ballasts.
1
7180A1101
S-ACP - SmartLink Architectural Control Processor – SmartLink ACP can only be
used in Unison DRd enclosure
3
7083A1083
AR20 - Dual 20A 5.5KW Relay Module - 277V (6 Relays)
3
7083A1072
AFM - AFM Air Flow Module
12.
ELD-U-1
1
7183A1005
DRd6-12-120 - DRd6 100-120V Rack Enclosure - Designed for 3 phase 4 wire
with ground operation at a maximum of 100A
1
7180A1008
URTO - Unison RideThru Option Kit
1
7183A1069
DRd-FLO - DRd 4-Wire Fluorescent Option Kit - Supports 24 loops of 4 wire (010V) ballasts.
1
7180AI 101
S-ACP - SmartLink Architectural Control Processor – SmartLink ACP can only be
used in Unison DRd enclosure
6
7083A1022
D20 - Dual 20A 120V Dimmer Module, 350ms rise time (12 Dimmers)
1
7180A1200
EBDK - Emergency Bypass Detection Kit
1
7180A1202 13. ELD-U-2
EBDK-TAP - DRd Emergency Bypass Detection Tap Kit
1
7183A1001
DRdI2-24-120 - DRd12 100-120V Rack Enclosure - Designed for 3 phase 4 wire
with ground operation at a maximum of 200A
1
7180A1008
URTO - Unison RideThru Option Kit
1
7183A1069
DRd-FLO - DRd 4-Wire Fluorescent Option Kit - Supports 24 loops of 4 wire (0Request for Proposal
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10V) ballasts.
1
7180A1101
S-ACP - SmartLink Architectural Control Processor – SmartLink ACP can only be
used in Unison DRd enclosure
12
7083A1022
D20 - Dual 20A 120V Dimmer Module, 350ms rise time (24 Dimmers)
1
7180A1200
EBDK - Emergency Bypass Detection Kit
1
7180A1202 14. ELD-U-3
EBDK-TAP - DRd Emergency Bypass Detection Tap Kit
1
7183A1005
DRd6-12-120 - DRd6 100-120V Rack Enclosure - Designed for 3 phase 4 wire
with ground operation at a maximum of 100A
1
7180A1008
URTO - Unison RideThru Option Kit
1
7183A1069
DRd-FLO - DRd 4-Wire Fluorescent Option Kit - Supports 24 loops of 4 wire (010V) ballasts.
1
7180A1101
S-ACP - SmartLink Architectural Control Processor – SmartLink ACP can only be
used in Unison DRd enclosure
6
7083A1 022
D20 - Dual 20A 120V Dimmer Module, 350ms rise time (12 Dimmers)
1
7180A1200
EBDK - Emergency Bypass Detection Kit
1
7180A1202
EBDK-TAP - DRd Emergency Bypass Detection Tap Kit
15. ELD-U-4
1
7183A1005
DRd6-12-120 - DRd6 100-120V Rack Enclosure - Designed for 3 phase 4 wire
with ground operation at a maximum of 100A
1
7180A1008
URTO - Unison RideThru Option Kit
1
7183A1069
DRd-FLO - DRd 4-Wire Fluorescent Option Kit - Supports 24 loops of 4 wire (010V) ballasts.
1
7180A1101
S-ACP - SmartLink Architectural Control Processor – SmartLink ACP can only be
used in Unison DRd enclosure
6
7083A1022
D20 - Dual 20A 120V Dimmer Module, 350ms rise time (12 Dimmers)
1
7180A1200
EBDK - Emergency Bypass Detection Kit
1
7180A1202
16.
ELD-U-5
EBDK-TAP - DRd Emergency Bypass Detection Tap Kit
1
7183A1005
DRd6-12-120 - DRd6 100-120V Rack Enclosure - Designed for 3 phase 4 wire
with ground operation at a maximum of 100A
1
7180A1008
URTO - Unison RideThru Option Kit
1
7183A1069
DRd-FLO - DRd 4-Wire Fluorescent Option Kit - Supports 24 loops of 4 wire (010V) ballasts.
1
7180A1101
S-ACP - SmartLink Architectural Control Processor – SmartLink ACP can only be
used in Unison DRd enclosure
6
7083A1022
D20 - Dual 20A 120V Dimmer Module, 350ms rise time (12 Dimmers)
1
7180A1200
EBDK - Emergency Bypass Detection Kit
1
7180A1202
17.
ELD-U-6
EBDK-TAP - DRd Emergency Bypass Detection Tap Kit
1
7183A1005
DRd6-12-120 - DRd6 100-120V Rack Enclosure - Designed for 3 phase 4 wire
with ground operation at a maximum of 100A
1
7180A1008
URTO - Unison RideThru Option Kit
1
7183A1069
DRd-FLO - DRd 4-Wire Fluorescent Option Kit - Supports 24 loops of 4 wire (010V) ballasts.
1
7180A1101
S-ACP - SmartLink Architectural Control Processor – SmartLink ACP can only be
used in Unison DRd enclosure
6
7083A1022
D20 - Dual 20A 120V Dimmer Module, 350ms rise time (12 Dimmers)
1
7180A1200
EBDK - Emergency Bypass Detection Kit
1
7180A1202
EBDK-TAP - DRd Emergency Bypass Detection Tap Kit
18. ELD-U-7
1
7183A1005
DRd6-12-120 - DRd6 100-120V Rack Enclosure - Designed for 3 phase 4 wire
with ground operation at a maximum of 100A
1
7180A1008
URTO - Unison RideThru Option Kit
1
7183A1069
DRd-FLO - DRd 4-Wire Fluorescent Option Kit - Supports 24 loops of 4 wire (010V) ballasts.
1
7180A1101
S -ACP - SmartLink Architectural Control Processor – SmartLink ACP can only
be used in Unison DRd enclosure
3
7083A1022
D20 - Dual 20A 120V Dimmer Module, 350ms rise time (6 Dimmers)
3
7083A1072
AFM - AFM Air Flow Module
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1
1
7180A1200
7180A1202
EBDK - Emergency Bypass Detection Kit
EBDK-TAP - DRd Emergency Bypass Detection Tap Kit
Note: This dimming system is designed for 18 feeds at maximums as declared above.
V. Miscellaneous
Cable: 1583A, 9729, and 8471
41
Custom item
FLC-1 - 1-gang Flush Mount Hinged Latching Cover
41
Custom Item
FLC-4 – 4-gang flush mount Hinged covers
VI. Manufacturer's Services:
A. Four (4) sets of B size drawings for approval submitted within 2- 6 weeks of receipt of order.
B. Two (2) year limited warranty on parts and workmanship.
C. Unison DRd dimmer racks and associated dimmer modules include an eight (8) year warranty on parts
and workmanship.
D. The services of a factory engineer to energize system and instruct (train) user personnel. Such services
to be supplied on 7 day notice.
E. Production requires 1 - 6 weeks for delivery of equipment after receipt of written approval and release.
F. Must maintain production (inventory) of factory parts for ten (10) years
G.
Two (2) sets of Operation Manuals (one hard copy, one CD) VII, Notes and Clarifications:
A. Quotation must include all labor and materials: cabling, interconnecting cables, and back boxes unless
specifically listed.
B. (A) D20 modules with fluorescent loads require two wire ballasts (Advance Mark X recommended).
C. (A) D20 modules with fluorescent loads wired in conjunction with DRd-FLO require four wire ballasts.
D. Overcurrent protection of sense circuitry is to be installed in compliance with local NEC & electrical
codes
E. Unison wall stations quoted should be with standard legends.
F. Unison Light-Designer software and training need to be included.
G. User modifications to the Unison Paradigm configuration must be available (Paradigm Architectural
Control Processor (P-ACP) and from the Local Access web interface).
H, Control-Designer software may be used to create user defined Touchscreen pages prior to system
commissioning.
VIII.
Alternate #1
Add I Deduct the following:
+1-1
7083A1007
AD20 - Dual AD20 5.5KW Dimmer Module - 277V (+1-2 Dimmers)
+1-1
7083A1072
AFM - AFM Air Flow Module
IX.
Alternate #2
Add 1 Deduct the following:
+1-1
7050A1003
D20 - Dual 20A Dimmer Module, 350ms rise time (+1-2 Dimmers)
+1-1
7050A1014
AFM - Air Flow Module
Hinged Latching Cover
X.
Alternate #3
Add the following:
+1
Custom Item
Pathway Wail Kit - Large Wall Mounted eDIN enclosure with Power Supply and:
1
- eDIN 4-way RDM Opto Splitter
+8
4360A1000
CT-5702 - SHoW DMX SHoW Baby Wireless Transmitter I Receiver
-Respondent to identify original equipment manufacturer and provide manufacturer’s
data sheets for replacement damper components.
Removal, Installation, and Commissioning:

Verify all field dimensions and supply drawings of proposed equipment locations;
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
Limit but provide minor facility modifications necessary for the dimmer
replacements including any electrical and controls work;

Remove existing Dimmer in a manner to minimize the number of hours the
facility is without service;

Recycling of materials is preferred. Recycling by the Contractor shall be
reported as follows: For the material recycled, reused, or salvaged from the
project, the amount, the date removed from the jobsite, the receiving party, the
transportation cost, the amount of any money paid or received for the recycled or
salvaged material, and the next total cost or savings of salvage or recycling each
material. Provide manifests, weight tickets, receipts, and invoices;

Provide all material and labor to install fully operational and functional dampers
systems;

Install per manufacturer’s requirements;

Verify electrical connections, voltage, phase, and ampacity, damper and control
systems prior to start-up;

Inspect for compliance and applicable UL certification;

Provide instruction to Corporation staff on proper operation and care of the
dampers systems;

Any additional services required to complete the work.

The work during some time periods may be suspended due to building activities,
during which no mechanical work can be performed and all units must be
operational. The target to complete this project is November & December of
2014.

Performance verification (system commissioning) will be scheduled as the
system is completed.

A four year (48 month) warranty will be included in the quote

Include all necessary labor with California Prevailing Wage Rates, Living Wage,
supervision, materials, equipment, tools, transportation, insurance, taxes, bonds,
permits, and incidentals for the proper execution and completion of the Work.
Please note that there is a critical time slots allocated for this project. A scheduled kick off meeting will be
scheduled to identify the location of equipment & time periods:
1. Work during some time periods may be suspended due to building activities, during which no work can
be performed and all equipment must be operational in bypass mode.
Warranty:
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Provide two (2) year warranty on all parts and labor costs including the repair or
replacement of defects in material or workmanship.
Standards of Personnel & Conduct:
Contractor shall provide identification badges and standardized uniform dress to its
technical personnel.
Personnel shall present an alert, well-groomed and efficient appearance and be
courteous at all times. Personnel shall exhibit good professional judgment and
common sense and shall uphold the highest professional standards in the course of
performing their duties.
Contractor shall maintain a safe working environment at all times while on Corporation
premise.
Employee Identification and Building Access:
Corporation shall issue identification badges, which shall be worn by Contractor’s
employees when present in or around the Center. When performing the Services, all
employees of Contractor shall wear uniforms that bear the company name and/or logo.
Access to the Center and its surrounding premises shall be as directed by the
Corporation’s Designated Representative. Corporation and its employees shall not
have access to, nor shall they enter, certain areas of the Center designated as
restricted.
Independent Contractor:
Contractor is deemed to be an independent contractor for all purposes regarding its
operation for Corporation.
Payment:
Payments will be based on a mutually agreed Payment Schedule (“Schedule”). All
payments are less 10% retention. Ten (10%) percent Retention shall be paid upon
completion of all punch-list items and system acceptance.
Contract Term:
There is a critical time slots allocated for this project. A scheduled kick off meeting will
be scheduled to identify the location of equipment & time periods:
Work during some time periods may be suspended due to building activities, during
which no work can be performed and all equipment must be operational in bypass
mode
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Services shall commence upon execution of a Contract or Purchase Order. Target
date for the work is November/December 2014.
The Services must be performed in accordance with the scope of work, terms and
conditions of a written contract. Terms and Conditions are attached as Exhibit 1.
Response Requirements and Content
Prior to submitting a response, the Respondent must carefully review this Solicitation
and any addenda subsequently issued. The Respondent is responsible for seeking any
clarification or information needed to respond. The Respondent is solely responsible
for any deficiencies in the response submitted.
The Respondent must review the terms and conditions set forth in the specimen
contract attached hereto and, in the submittal, specifically identify any provisions the
Respondent finds unacceptable or desires to negotiate.
The Respondent is solely responsible for all costs, direct or indirect, incurred
responding to this Solicitation. SDCCC will incur no obligation or liability in connection
with the submittal of a response.
A responsive submittal must include responses to the following sections and specific
item requests:
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a completed and signed SDCCC Solicitation Response Submittal Cover Sheet
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a completed Pricing Page
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a completed Reference Form
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a completed City of San Diego’s Workforce Report Form and information
demonstrating the Respondent’s commitment to equal opportunity, such as
efforts related to workforce diversity or contracting
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a brief description of the firm or business entity, including firm history, number of
employees, organization structure, ownership structure and expertise
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manufacturer’s data sheets identifying the damper system and all components
in detail including warranty information
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list of any subcontractors and what labor & services subcontractors will perform if
any.
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any other relevant information that Respondent believes would assist SDCCC in
evaluating the submittal
Alternates/Deviations. A Respondent may recommend consideration of alternate or
additional services or material not identified in this Solicitation or deviations from the
Scope of Work in this Solicitation which Respondent believes will enhance the specified
Services or more successfully achieve the outcome sought by this Solicitation. Any
alternates or deviations must be separately listed and described; however, the submittal
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also must be responsive to the Scope of Work described in this Solicitation.
Proprietary Information.
Certain documents in SDCCC’s possession are subject
inspection and copying pursuant to the California Public Records Act [Cal. Govt. Code
§6250, et. seq.]; however, the law does not require disclosure of proprietary information
which constitutes a trade secret under California law. SDCCC will attempt to protect
legitimate proprietary information included in any submittal, but shall not be liable for
the disclosure of any proprietary information.
Proprietary information included with a response submittal must be separately bound
and clearly labeled with the words "Confidential Proprietary Information." Appropriate
reference to this separately bound information must be made in the body of the
submittal. Marking the entire submittal as proprietary will result in it being
rejected and returned to the Respondent participant unread.
Response Submittal Procedures
Clarifications. Requests for clarification of this Solicitation must be directed to Bill
Broderick, Procurement and Contracting Manager, and submitted in writing, by E-mail
to Bill.Broderick@visitsandiego.com prior to August 29, 2014, 4:00 PM (PST).
Facility Walkthrough. A pre-proposal conference and facility walkthrough is scheduled
for August 28, 1:00PM (PST); check in at the Security Office on the back loading docks.
Between loading dock 31-60 and 1 – 30 there are several doors set at an angle. You
should enter through these doors. Go one set of stairs and turn left. To your left are two
doors and then a window for the Security Office. (See direction attachment)
Addenda. Any material changes to this Solicitation resulting from either a request for
clarification or a business decision of SDCCC will be issued in written form in the same
manner this Solicitation was advertised. All changes in such addenda shall supersede
or supplement this Solicitation. Respondents are solely responsible for determining
whether any addenda have been issued prior to submittal of a response.
Response Submittal Package. Respondent must submit the following documents in a
sealed package:
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One (1) signed original and three (3) copies of the SDCCC Solicitation
Response Submittal Cover Sheet attached hereto
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Three (3) copies of a typed or print printed document on 8½ x 11 paper
that is a compilation of all of the information set forth in the Response
Requirements and Contents (listed above).
The package must be addressed as follows:
San Diego Convention Center Corporation
Attn: Bill Broderick, Procurement and Contract Manager
Procurement Division – Request #FY15- 1051
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111 West Harbor Drive
San Diego, CA 92101
Submittal Deadline. Submittals must be received by 4:00 PM (PST) on September 12,
2014 4:00PM(PST).
Submittal Methods. Submittals may be sent by U.S. or private delivery mail service or
by personal delivery to SDCCC’s Administration Offices. Submittal by E-mail, in PDF
format, will be accepted provided the signed original SDCCC Solicitation Response
Submittal Cover Sheet is received within twenty-four (24) hours after the submittal
deadline. Proposals received after the submittal deadline may be rejected.
Withdrawal of Submittal. A Respondent may withdraw its proposal by written request at
any time prior to the submittal deadline. SDCCC will destroy, not return, the submittal
package.
Selection Process
This Solicitation is seeking to identify the entities most qualified to provide the Services.
SDCCC, in its sole discretion, will determine which Respondents are most qualified to
provide the Services, based on the information in the response submittals and input
from references provided. These Respondents may be asked to interview with SDCCC
representatives and respond to questions regarding the submittal response. SDCCC
may elect to negotiate with one or more of the best-qualified Respondents. SDCCC, in
its sole discretion, will make its final selection of the Respondent whose experience,
expertise, reputation, capabilities, past performance and cost is determined to be most
advantageous to SDCCC.
SDCCC’s decision is final and is not subject to any form of administrative review,
appeal or protest.
Contracting Process
Neither this Solicitation nor the selection of a Respondent will create a binding
commitment on SDCCC. Upon completion of the selection process, SDCCC will award
a contract to the party whom it elects to provide the Services in this Solicitation. A
binding commitment will only occur when a contract between SDCCC and the
successful Respondent has been fully executed.
Disclaimers
SDCCC anticipates a single or multiple contractors will be selected as a result of this
Solicitation; SDCCC further reserves the right, in its sole discretion, to reject any or all
response submittals, waive any informalities in this process or the submittal
requirements; and/or cancel, in whole or in part, this Solicitation.
Living Wage:
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The awarded Contractor shall comply with the City of San Diego Living Wage
Ordinance (San Diego Municipal Code Division 42), unless granted an exemption by
the City’s Administration Department. Failure to comply with the Living Wage Ordinance
and/or failure to cure any noncompliance shall be grounds for termination of the
Contract. Rules Implementing the Living Wage Ordinance may be found at
http://www.sandiego.gov/administration/programs/livingwage/index.shtml or by calling
(619) 533-3948.”
Prevailing Wage
Respondents shall provide pricing for the Work based on California prevailing wage
rates. Awarded Contractor acknowledges it is familiar with and shall comply with, and
shall require all of its subcontractors to comply with, state prevailing wage law, Chapter
1 of Part 7 of Division 2 of the California Labor Code, commencing with Section 1720,
and California Code of Regulations, Chapter 8, Subchapter 3, commencing with
Section 16000. This requirement is in addition to the requirement to pay Living Wage
pursuant to Section W above.
For each classification of work, Contractor must determine both Prevailing Wage and
Living Wage rates and pay the higher of the two (2) rates.
Attachments
The following documents are attached hereto and incorporated herein:
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Attachment A - Quotation Form
Exhibit 1 - Sample Terms & Conditions
SDCCC Solicitation Response Submittal Cover Sheet
References Form
Equal Opportunity Contracting Workforce Report Form
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ATTACHMENT “A”
QUOTATION FORM
RFP #FY15-
LIGHTING DIMMER SYSTEMS REPLACEMENT EAST BUILDING
Proposals shall be itemized as indicated. The San Diego Convention Center Corporation reserves the
right to increase, decrease or delete any item or number of items shown hereunder. The unit prices
remain firm should quantities be adjusted. Proposals must be printed or typewritten. I/We hereby
proposed below an itemized breakdown of prices as follows:
PART A - ALL-INCLUSIVE FIRM-FIXED-PRICE:
Item
Qty
1
1
Description
Awarded Respondent agrees to perform all Required
Services including all applicable fees, materials, and taxes
for a lump sum firm-fixed-price of:
Price $
$_______________
PART A - ITEMIZED PRICES: Respondent agrees to provide the following equipment or services as
described in the specifications. The cost of this equipment or services is already included in the Base
Quote.
Item
Qty
Description
Price $
2
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Materials & Equipment (Identify OEM and include four (2)
years warranty)
$_______________
3
1
Mobilization/ demobilization
If multiple setup required due to building activities
$_______________
4
1
All Labor (Prevailing Wage/Living Wage)
$_______________
5
1
ALL Labor if performed after hours (shift work):
$_______________
6
1
Tax on Materials & Equipment:
$_______________
Delivery lead time required: _______ days after receipt of order (ARO).
By submitting this quotation, Respondent hereby certifies that the individual whose signature appears
below has the sufficient rights and authority to commit Respondent’s company. Respondent also certifies
that this quotation will remain valid for ninety (90) days from quotation due date.
Name of Respondent (Company Name)
Authorized Representative Name & Title
Authorized Representative’s Signature
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Exhibit 1
Sample contract
SAMPLE- DRAFT
AGREEMENT FOR __________ SERVICES
between
SAN DIEGO CONVENTION CENTER CORPORATION, INC.
and
[Contracting Party]
CONTRACT NO. [_________]
This Contract is entered into effective [date] (“Contract”), by and between the SAN DIEGO
CONVENTION CENTER CORPORATION, INC. (“Corporation”), a California nonprofit, public-benefit
corporation with primary offices located at 111 West Harbor Drive, in San Diego City and County,
California and [insert contracting party], a [type of entity], with primary offices located at
________________________ (“Contractor”).
RECITALS
WHEREAS, Corporation operates and manages the San Diego Convention Center (the
“Center”); and
WHEREAS, Corporation issued RFP# _____ to obtain the services of a qualified firm to provide
_____________ services at the Center;
WHEREAS, Contractor submitted a proposal to perform the services requested in the RFP and
was awarded the contract by Corporation;
NOW THEREFORE, in consideration of the mutual covenants and conditions herein, the parties
agree as follows:
SECTION 1.
SCOPE OF WORK. Contractor shall provide professional services to Corporation on
as as-needed basis, when requested by the Corporation’s [___________]. Said services shall
include, but not necessarily be limited to:
___________________________; and
___________________________. Contractor shall also provide, at no additional cost, telephone
and e-mail follow-up.
SECTION 2. TERM AND TERMINATION. The Work required by this Contract shall commence on
________________ and shall continue until ___________________ and may be extended, in writing,
by mutual agreement for an additional sixty (60) days. Either party may terminate this Contract
by giving not less than five (5) days written notice to the other party.
SECTION 3.
COMPENSATION AND PAYMENT
3.1
Maximum Compensation and Reimbursement. The maximum compensation and
expense reimbursements payable under this Contract, including Fees for Work (Section 3.2) and
Reimbursable Expenses (Section 3.3.), shall not exceed __________________ Dollars ($________).
3.2
Fees for Work. For work performed under this Contract,
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Contractor a fee which includes all costs, including labor,(Prevailing or Living Wages) materials,
supplies and equipment required to perform the Work and consists of the following approved
Unit Prices:
Description
Unit Price
(1) ________________________________:
$
(2) _______________________________________________________:
(3) ________________________________________________________:
$
$
Contractor guarantees that it can perform the Work within each Unit Price, and understands
that Corporation shall have no obligation or liability to compensate Contractor for any
additional cost above the Unit Prices that may be required to perform the Work, except as
provided herein.
3.3
Expense Reimbursement. Corporation shall reimburse Contractor the actual amount
(with no markup) for the following expenses incurred in performing the Work: photocopying,
postage, long distance telephone charges and travel (pre-approved). Expenses shall not
exceed ____________ Dollars ($_________.).
3.4
Method of Payment. Contractor shall submit itemized monthly invoices to San Diego
Convention Center Corporation, Attn: [___________]. Such invoices shall (1) reference this
contract number [__________]; and (2) include a written description of Work performed and time
spent during the previous month. Invoices approved by Corporation shall be paid within thirty
(30) days of receipt. Corporation shall promptly notify Contractor of any disputed or disallowed
charges for time or expenses.
3.5
Billing Records. Contractor shall maintain full and complete records of the time spent
providing the Work and receipts for all expenses billed to the Corporation. Such records shall be
retained for not less than three (3) years following expiration or termination of this Contract and
provided to Corporation within five (5) business days following a written request.
3.6
Funding Contingency. Corporation’s fiscal year is the period between July 1 of each
calendar year and June 30 of the succeeding calendar year. Corporation’s continued
obligation to make payments under this Contract, beyond the current fiscal year, is contingent
upon the availability of sufficient funding in each subsequent fiscal year(s).
SECTION 4.
GENERAL PROVISIONS
4.1
Standard Care; Licenses. Contractor shall perform the Work in a skillful and competent
manner. Contractor shall be responsible to Corporation for any errors or omissions in its
performance of the Work. Contractor represents and warrants to Corporation that it has in
effect, and shall retain, throughout the Term hereof, all licenses, permits, qualifications and
approvals of whatever nature are required to practice its profession in California.
4.2
General Standards; Site Examination. All Work shall be performed as described in this
Contract and in accordance with industry standards for the type of facility and Work being
performed. Contractor has satisfied itself as to the nature and location of the Work, the kind and
type of equipment, facilities and materials needed to perform the Work, and all other matters
which may in any way affect the Work. Contractor agrees that the Maximum Compensation is
based on its examination of the site and that it will make
no
claim
for
additional
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compensation if the conditions encountered differ from those anticipated by such examination.
4.3
Project Managers. The parties’ respective designated representatives shall be the dayto-day contact persons during the performance of the Work. Contractor’s Project Manager
shall be _________. Corporation’s Project Manager shall be its [Insert Title]. All submittals required
of Contractor shall be delivered to Corporation’s Project Manager. Corporation’s Project
Manager may not: (a) award, renew, terminate or cancel contracts; (b) agree to, or sign any
modifications to the contract; (c) obligate the Corporation for payment outside the scope or
the contract; or (d) negotiate prices or change orders directly with the Contractor.
4.3
Injury to Persons; Damage to the Center or Corporation’s Equipment. Contractor shall be
solely liable for any death or bodily injury, or any damage to the Center, its contents, or
Corporation’s equipment, caused by Contractor, its agents and employees, in connection with
providing the Work. Contractor shall, at its own expense, promptly cause any damage to be
repaired and/or replace anything irreparably damaged.
4.4
Shutdown of Building Systems. Contractor shall identify any requirements for shutdown of
building systems, including but not limited to the life safety system, within the Progress Schedule.
Said shutdown of building systems must also be specifically approved by the Corporation
twenty-four (24) hours prior to such shutdowns.
4.5
Materials.
Contractor must have all materials available prior to start of construction.
DELIVERY INSTRUCTIONS MUST BE COORDINATED WITH CORPORATION’S PROJECT MANAGER PRIOR
TO ANY ON-SITE DELIVERIES. All on-site storage/delivery sites must be approved by the Corporation
in writing.
Where a specific manufacturer, trade name or material is specified or indicated, it is to
establish a standard of quality and shall not be construed as limiting competition. If the Contractor
desires to use a manufacturer, trade name or material other than specified, it shall request
approval of such substitution in writing to the Corporation's Project Manager, no later than five (5)
days prior delivery of such materials. Items found acceptable will be approved by a duly
authorized addendum issued by the Corporation's Procurement Manager. Corporation reserves
the right to reject or accept substituted materials submitted, at its sole discretion.
4.6
Regulations. Corporation shall obtain any required building permits. Contractor agrees to
comply with all other laws, ordinances, codes and regulations now or hereafter in effect
promulgated by any Federal, California or local governmental agency relating to the
performance of work herein.
Contractor agrees to indemnify Corporation from liability or penalty which might be imposed by
reason of an asserted violation of such laws, ordinances, codes or regulations (excluding building
permits which shall be the sole responsibility of Corporation). On completion of the Work,
Contractor shall submit to Corporation original Certificates of Inspection and Acceptance.
4.7
Safety. Contractor agrees to protect its Work (in progress and completed) and be
responsible under all circumstances for its condition until Corporation's acceptance of the entire
project and to protect Corporation's facility, property, employees and the public from damage or
injury. Contractor shall abide by all standards of the Occupational Safety & Health Administration
which are applicable to the work being performed as well as all safety rules issued by Corporation
from time to time.
4.8
Inspection and Acceptance. Corporation shall have access to and the right to inspect all
material, equipment and work during the course of performance of the Work. Contractor shall
replace, without charge, any material or correct any workmanship found by Corporation not to
conform to the requirements of this Contract unless Corporation consents to accept such material
or workmanship with an appropriate reduction in the price.
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4.9
Warranties. The parties shall have all rights, duties and remedies provided by the Uniform
Commercial Code in connection with the Work provided hereunder. For all warranty and/or repair
work, Corporation will be the final arbiter of the acceptance of all repair work and reserves the
right to reject any repairs due to aesthetic or other concerns. Contractor warrants that the Work to
be performed shall be free from all defects in design and workmanship, shall meet all requirements
of this Contract, and shall be suitable for the purpose intended. Contractor shall immediately
remedy and cure any such defect or defects in the Work, at Contractor’s sole cost and expense
for a period of three (3) years from the date of Corporation’s acceptance of the Work.
4.10
Title to the Work. The title to all Work completed or in the progress at the site and all
materials, for which Corporation has paid Contractor, shall be in Corporation. Title and risk of loss of
all other materials, equipment and tools delivered to the site shall be and remain in Contractor.
4.11
Electrical Power and Water. Corporation shall provide Contractor with convenient
access to electrical power and cold water required to perform the Work. The electrical outlets
and water sources used by Contractor shall be those designated or approved by Corporation.
4.12
Site Supervision. Contractor shall ensure that a superintendent is present and supervising
Contractor’s employees at all times when Work is being performed.
4.13 Apprentices. Apprentices of any crafts or trade may be employed, and when required by
California Labor Code, Article 3, Section 1777.5, provided they are properly indentured to the
Contractor in full compliance with provisions of the stated Labor Code. The prime Contractor
shall bear the responsibility of compliance with Labor Code Section 1777.5 and for all
apprenticeship occupations and agrees to comply with that section.
4.14
Prevailing Wage Requirement. Contractor shall comply and require all subcontractors to
comply with the prevailing wage law of the State of California set forth in California Labor Code
Section 1770.
4.15
Hours of Work. It is Contractor’s responsibility to be fully aware of and comply with State
law pertaining to legal days worked as provided in California Labor Code, Article 3, §§1810 et
seq. Hours and days may be adjusted as schedule of events allows and with adequate
advance approval to the Corporation.
4.16
Employee Identification. Contractor shall issue identification badges which shall be worn
by Contractor’s employees when present in or around the Center. The badges shall have, at a
minimum, the employee’s picture, name and Contractor’s name. When performing the Work,
all employees of Contractor shall wear uniforms that bear the company name and/or logo.
4.17
Building Access. Contractor shall be provided access to the Center in connection with
performing the Work. Access to the Center and its surrounding premises shall be as directed by
the Corporation’s Project Manager. Contractor and its employees shall not have access to, nor
shall they enter, certain areas of the Center designated as restricted.
4.18
Drug Free Workplace Policy. Contractor shall advise all of its employees of Corporation’s
DRUG FREE WORKPLACE POLICY which states:
“The unlawful manufacture, distribution, dispensing, possession, or
use of a controlled substance is prohibited at the San Diego
Convention Center and the Civic.”
Contractor’s employees must agree to the terms of this policy as a condition of employment
and be advised that violations of this policy shall result in appropriate disciplinary action, up to
and including termination, and that an employee convicted of a violation of a criminal drug
statute, occurring in the workplace, is required to notify his/her supervisor of the conviction, in
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writing, no later than five (5) calendar days after such conviction.
4.19
Equal Employment Opportunity. Contractor shall not discriminate against any employee
or applicant for employment on any basis prohibited by law. Contractor shall provide equal
opportunity in all employment practices.
In the event Contractor has fifteen (15) or more employees, Contractor agrees to be bound by
the City of San Diego Equal Employment Opportunity Ordinance (Municipal Code Chapter II,
Article 2, Division 27), setting forth the City of San Diego Equal Employment Opportunity (“EEO”)
Program, which is applicable to this Contract and administered by Corporation.
Contractor shall comply with all state and federal Wage and Hour laws and all California and
Federal laws and regulations governing employment and conditions of employment.
Contractor shall comply with the California Workers' Compensation Act as applicable to its
employees.
4.20
Indemnification. Contractor shall indemnify, hold harmless and defend the Corporation,
City of San Diego, San Diego Unified Port District, and their respective members, officers,
directors, agents and employees from and against any and all liabilities, damages, actions,
costs, losses, claims and expenses (including reasonable attorneys fees), arising out of, caused
by or resulting from, in whole or in part, any act, omission, negligence, fault or violation of law or
ordinance, associated with Contractor’s performance of this Contract, and any transactions
arising out of or related to this Contract or performance of the Work herein. The effect and
application of this indemnification provision shall survive the termination or expiration of this
Contract.
4.21
Insurance Provided by Contractor. Unless more specific insurance requirements are set
forth in an attachment hereto, Contractor shall, at its sole cost and expense, procure and
maintain, throughout the term of this Contract, all insurance required by law and good business
practices.
4.22
Independent Contractor Status.
Contractor is and shall remain an independent
contractor. Neither Contractor nor its agents or employees shall act as officers, agents, or
employees of Corporation. Contractor has no authority to assume or create any commitment or
obligation on behalf of Corporation, or to bind Corporation in any manner.
4.23
No Benefits. Contractor shall have no claim against the Corporation for any employee
benefits, including without limitation, any vacation pay, sick leave, retirement benefits, social
security, workers’ compensation, unemployment insurance, hospitalization, health, life, disability
or any other employee benefits of any kind that the Corporation provides to its employee.
4.24
Payment of Taxes. Contractor hereby represents and warrants to the Corporation that
Contractor is an independent contractor for Federal, state and local tax purposes. Further,
Contractor hereby agrees that Contractor is solely and exclusively responsible for payment of
any and all Federal, state and local taxes and withholdings with respect to any compensation
earned as a result of this Contract, including, without limitation, any taxes imposed by the Self
Employment Contribution Act.
4.25
Ownership of Materials and Documents. Any and all materials or documents prepared
by Contractor and all work product resulting from the Work shall be the sole property of the
Corporation from the moment of preparation. Contractor shall promptly deliver such materials,
documents and/or work product to Corporation upon its request. Contractor shall have the
right to retain duplicate copies of such materials, documents and work product for its own file,
however Contractor shall not use the same for purposes unrelated to providing the Work, except
when authorized in writing by Corporation.
4.26
Non-Disclosure
or
Use
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Corporation or acquired by Contractor during the course of performance of this Contract
(including, but not limited to, material described in Section 1 above, and other information
relating to Corporation’s business activities, transactions or practices) shall be deemed
Corporation’s proprietary information. Such proprietary information shall not be disclosed to any
other person or entity, directly or indirectly, except as authorized by Corporation. Contractor
shall not use any such proprietary information for any purpose unrelated to the Work provided
pursuant to this Contract. This provision shall survive the termination or expiration of this
Contract.
4.27 Conflict of Interest. During the term of this Contract, Contractor shall not perform work of
any kind for any person or entity that would conflict with the Work provided herein, without the
prior written consent of the Corporation. By executing this Contract, Contractor warrants and
represents that it does not, nor shall it, represent any client whose interests are adverse or hostile
to, or incompatible with, Corporation’s objectives related to this Contract. Corporation shall
have the right to terminate this Contract effective immediately, upon determining such a
conflict of interest exists.
4.28
Assignment and Subcontracting. This is an agreement for professional work and neither
party shall assign the Contract, nor shall Contractor subcontract with anyone to provide the
Work. Claims for money due or to become due to Contractor from Corporation pursuant to this
Contract may be assigned to a bank, trust company, or other financial institutions, or to a Trustee
in Bankruptcy. Notice of any such assignment or transfer shall be furnished promptly to
Corporation.
4.29
Modifications and Amendments. No amendment or modification of this Contract shall
be valid or binding unless made in writing and signed on behalf of each party by a duly
authorized representative.
4.30
Applicable Law. This Contract is made and entered into in the State of California and its
interpretation and enforcement and the construction of its terms shall be governed by California
law.
4.31
Notices. Any notice required by this Contract shall be deemed to have been sufficiently
communicated when (1) personally delivered or (2) on the second (2 nd) business day after
mailing by overnight delivery, postage prepaid:
to Corporation addressed:
President and Chief Executive Officer
San Diego Convention Center
Corporation, Inc.
111 West Harbor Drive
San Diego, California 92101-7899
with copies to:
Vice President General Manager
San Diego Convention Center
Corporation, Inc.
111 West Harbor Drive
San Diego, California 92101-7899
Legal Department
San Diego Convention Center
Corporation, Inc.
111 West Harbor Drive
San Diego, California 92101-7899
to Contractor addressed:
______________________________
Attn: ________________________
______________________________
______________________________
4.32
Entire Agreement.
This Contract represents the sole and entire agreement between
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Corporation and Contractor, and supersedes all prior negotiations, representations, agreements,
arrangements or understandings, either oral or written, between or among the parties hereto,
relating to the subject matter of this Contract.
IN WITNESS WHEREOF, the parties hereto have duly executed duplicate originals of this Contract
on the date set forth on the first page hereof.
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By ______________________________
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Its:
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San Diego Convention Center
Corporation, Inc.
By ______________________________
Carol C. Wallace
Its: President and CEO
Approved as to form and legality:
_____________________________
Beatrice W. Kemp
Vice President - General Counsel
San Diego Convention Center Corporation
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Address
The San Diego Convention Center address is 111 W. Harbor Drive, San Diego, CA 92101.
If you are driving to the Convention Center, click here for a map or see the driving instructions below.
Driving Directions
Driving South on Interstate 5
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Take Front St. exit.
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Continue on Front St. until you reach Harbor
Drive, turn left, to Park Ave, take a right
follow to the back of Convention Center. Park
to your left at Ace parking Cost $10.00.
Follow direction below to enter building
Driving North on Interstate 5
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Take Cesar Chavez Pky. exit, turn left.
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Driving West on Interstate 8
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Take Highway 8 (West) to 163 South.
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Follow into city (will turn into 10th.)
Follow 10th Ave. to Market St., turn right.
Take Market St. to Front St., turn left.
Take Front St. to Harbor Drive, turn left, to
Park Ave, take a right follow to the back of
Convention Center. Park to your left at Ace
parking Cost $10.00.
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Take the National Ave. exit.
94 West will turn into "F" St.
Follow "F" St. to 8th Ave.
Take 8th Ave. to Market St., turn right.
Take Market St. to Front St., turn left.
Take Front St. to Harbor Drive, turn left, to
Park Ave, and take a right follow to the back
of Convention Center. Park to your left at Ace
parking Cost $10.00.
Follow direction below to enter building
From the Airport
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Drive out of parking lot.
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Turn left on Cesar Chavez Pky.
Follow Cesar Chavez Pky. To a left turn on
Harbor Drive, turn left on to Park Ave, follow
to the back of Convention Center. Park to
your left at Ace parking Cost $10.00.
Follow direction below to enter building
Driving West on 94
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Take 94 West into the city.
Follow direction below to enter building
From Coronado
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Cross Bay Bridge staying in the right
lane.
Follow Cesar Chavez Pky. to take left turn
on Harbor Drive, turn left on to Park Ave, take
a left follow to the back of Convention Center.
Park to your left at Ace parking Cost $10.00.
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Follow signs to Interstate 5/Downtown.
The ramp will put you on Harbor Drive going
south. Continue to Park Ave, take a right
follow to the back of Convention Center. Park
to your left at Ace parking Cost $10.00.
Follow direction below to enter building
Follow direction below to enter building
The meeting location is at the Security Office on the back loading docks. Between loading dock 31-60 and
1 – 30 there are several doors set at an angle. You should enter through these doors. Go one set of stairs
and turn left. To your left are two door and then a window for the Security Office. Please sign in and wait.
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