North Bay Jack Garland Airport Corporation Rehabilitation of the

North Bay Jack Garland Airport Corporation Rehabilitation of the

North Bay Jack Garland Airport Corporation

Rev.

D

Status

Issued For Tender

Prepared By / Date Checked By / Date exp Services

885 Regent Street

Suite 3-6A

Sudbury, ON P3E 5M4

Canada

Approved By / Date

A. Sene / 2016-07-27 J.Santerre / 2017-02-07 A. Sene / 2017-02-07

Rehabilitation of the Airport

Electrical Power Supply Systems for

Both Standard and Emergency Power

NTB-00005171-A0

ISSUED FOR TENDER CONTRACT

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INVITATION TO BID

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REHABILITATION OF THE AIRPORT ELECTRICAL POWER

SUPPLY SYSTEMS FOR BOTH STANDARD AND

EMERGENCY POWER - TENDER NO. T0001

Sealed Tenders, clearly marked as to contents, on supplied forms, will be received by the Manager of the

North Bay Jack Garland Airport Corporation, 50 Terminal Road North Bay Ontario P1B 8G2, no later than

1:00:00 p.m. (E.S.T.), Friday, March 31, 2017. Tender documents should be marked

North Bay

Airport Jack Garland Airport Corporation, Rehabilitation of the Airport Electrical Power Supply

Systems For both Standard and Emergency Power

– Tender No. T0001.

Scope of Work:

North Bay Hydro Scope of Work includes:

 Pad mounted Switchgear (PMS), Main Step down Transformers and Buried duct banks installations and main primary cables pull/runs.

Contracting Party Scope of Work includes:

 Equipment Rentals (Generators, Automatic Transfer Switches and Transformers)

 Building No.5/IPU Shelter Removals and Installations

 Administration Building Removals and Installations

 Maintenance Garage Removals and Installations

 Outdoor Substation’s Decommissioning/Demolitions

 Airfield Electrical Center Removals and Installations

Plans/Drawings/General Arrangements, specifications and tender forms may be obtained from www.merx.com

.

A Bid Bond or Certified Cheque in the amount no less than 10% (ten percent) of the Tender Price and an Agreement to Bond must accompany each Tender. The successful Tenderer will be required to provide a 50% Performance Bond and a 50% Labour and Material Payment Bond, upon execution of the

Contract.

There will be a PRE-BID MEETING/SITE INSPECTION February 28, 2017 at 10:00 a.m. at the North

Bay Jack Garland Airport. The meeting will begin in the Air Terminal Building. Attendance is mandatory.

The lowest or any Tender will not necessarily be accepted. All inquiries and questions should be referred to exp Services.

Mr. Jack Santerre

Airport Manager

North Bay Jack Garland Airport

50 Terminal Road, Suite 1

North Bay, ON P1B 8G2

Tel: 705-474-3020

Fax: 705-472-9867

Mr. Aziz Sene, P.Eng.

Project Manager, Sr. Electrical/Automation Engineer

885 Regent Street, Suite 3-6A

Sudbury, ON P3E 5M4

Tel: 705-674-9681 Ext.3940

Cell: 705-822-9362

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INVITATION TO BID

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Tender Closing Date: 1:00:00 p.m. (E.S.T.) on Friday March 31, 2017

TENDERER’S CHECK LIST

Before Submitting your tender, check the following points:

 Has your tender been signed, sealed and witnessed and placed in the official tender envelope?

 Have you enclosed the Tender Deposit, i.e. certified cheque or bid bond?

(Whichever is required by the Contract Documents)?

 Have you signed and sealed the Bid Bond or certified cheque?

 Have you enclosed the Agreements to Bond, signed and sealed by your proposed Surety?

 Have you completed all schedules and prices in the Form of Tender?

 Have you included the number of addenda included in the tender price?

 Have you shown the time for completion of the work? (if applicable)

 Have you listed your Sub-Contractors?

 Have you listed your Experience in Similar Work?

 Have you listed your Senior Staff?

 Are the documents complete?

 Have you used the official tender envelope?

Note: Your tender will be informal and may be disqualified if ANY of the foregoing points (if

applicable) have not been complied with.

MAKE SURE THAT YOU SEAL THE TENDER IN YOUR ENVELOPE.

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INFORMATION FOR TENDERERS

1. SCOPE OF WORK

This contract provides for the construction of all work as outlined in the Form of Tender, Contract

Drawings, Special Provisions, Appendices and generally detailed in the Tender Ad.

2. BIDDERS CONFERENCE

There is a Pre-Bid Meeting / Site Inspection scheduled for Tuesday, February 28, 2017 at 10:00

a.m. at the North Bay Jack Garland Airport. The meeting will begin in the Air Terminal Building.

Attendance in mandatory.

3. DOCUMENTS

Plans/Drawings/General Arrangements, Specifications, Appendices and Tender Forms may be obtained from www.merx.com

.

4. PRODUCT/SYSTEM OPTIONS

4.1. The specification requires the use of specific products, materials, manufacturers, methods and procedures, and may also identify Acceptable Alternates to those requirements, within the specification.

4.2. Alternatives to products, materials, manufacturers, methods and procedures which are specified or Acceptable Alternates, will be considered by the Consultant upon detailed submissions received no less than ten (10) calendar days before the date specified for receipt of Tenders, and if accepted will be identified as an Approved Alternate by addendum.

4.3. The Base Bid includes the use of products, materials, manufacturers, methods and procedures which are specified, or an Acceptable Alternate, or an Approved Alternate, and the Bidder may choose which to use.

4.4. If an Acceptable Alternate Manufacturers is identified in the specification without specific

Acceptable Alternate products, the products manufactured by the alternate manufacturer must be equivalent in quality, performance and operating characteristics to that which is specified to be acceptable for use, and such acceptability is not guaranteed by the identification of the alternate manufacturer or supplier in the specification. If the product manufactured by the alternate manufacturer is determined by the Consultant to not be equivalent, provide the specified product at no change in contract price. Bidders may submit specific product data by an Acceptable Alternate Manufacturer during the tendering period for review and if acceptable, the product will be identified as an Approved Alternate by addendum.

4.5. Base Bid includes the cost of changes in the Work required to accommodate Acceptable

Alternates, Approved Alternates and equivalent products by acceptable alternate suppliers.

4.6. Bidder Proposed Alternates may be included in the space provided on the Tender Form without prior approval, but the price for using Bidder Proposed Alternates is not included in the

Base Bid Price.

4.7. Additions to, or deletions from, the Base Bid for the incorporation of Prescribed Alternates must be provided on the Tender Form.

4.8. The price adjustments offered for Prescribed Alternates and Bidder Proposed Alternates include all changes to the Work required for their incorporation into the Work.

4.9. North Bay Jack Garland Airport Corporation reserves the right to accept or reject Bidder

Proposed Alternates and Prescribed Alternates.

4.10. If a Bidder Proposed Alternate or a Prescribed Alternate is accepted by the Owner, the Base

Bid will be adjusted as offered in determining the Contract Price.

5. DELIVERY AND OPENING OF TENDERS

5.1.

Tenders sealed in official tender envelope plainly marked, “North Bay Airport Corporation,

Rehabilitation of the Airport Electrical Power Supply Systems For both Standard and

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Emergency Power

– Tender No. T0001” will be received by the Manager of the North Bay Jack

Garland Airport Corporation, 50 Terminal Road North Bay Ontario P1B 8G2 Attention: Mr. Jack

Santerre, until 1:00 p.m. Friday, March 31, 2017.

The lowest or any tender not necessarily accepted.

5.2. On the closing date, and commencing one (1) hour after the advertised closing time (local time), the Tender will be read and recorded publicly by the North Bay Jack Garland Airport

Corporation, in the Airport Managers Office.

6. TENDER DEPOSIT

Each tender must include a tender deposit in the form of a Bid Bond or certified cheque in the amount no less than 10% (ten percent) of the Tender Price payable to the North Bay Jack Garland

Airport Corporation. The amount of the Tender Deposit shall be stated in the appropriate part of the

Form of Tender. If a tenderer, after he has been notified that his tender has been recommended to the North Bay Jack Garland Airport Corporation for acceptance, fails to execute the agreement and provide the Contract Bond and other documents as herein specified, the North bay Jack Garland

Airport Corporation may retain the tender deposit for his use and may accept any other tender, or call new tenders.

The tender deposits of all tenderers except the two (2) lowest tenderers will be returned immediately following the award of the Contract. The tender deposits of the two (2) lowest tenderers will be retained until the Performance Bond and Payment Bond and the other documents required herein have been furnished to the satisfaction of the North Bay Jack Garland Airport Corporation and the

Engineer, save that if a tenderer has not been accepted and the Agreement executed within (60) days after the date of opening tenders, their tender deposit will be returned. After the execution of the Contract and the receipt by the Engineer of the Performance Bond and the Payment Bond the tender deposit of the successful tenderer and second low bidder shall be returned by registered mail or by hand.

7. DISQUALIFICATIONS OF TENDERS

Under no circumstances will tenders be considered which: a) b) c)

Are received after 1:00:00 p.m. the advertised closing date for tenders;

Are not accompanied by a tender deposit as specified; and

Are not accompanied by an “Agreement to Bond” form, duly executed by the Bonding

Company.

8. OMISSION

The North Bay Jack Garland Airport Corporation reserves the right in its sole discretion to accept or reject all or part of any bid which is non-compliant with the requirements of this invitation.

9. WITHDRAWAL OR QUALIFYING OF TENDERS

A tenderer who has already submitted a tender may submit a further tender at any time up to the official Closing time. The last tender received shall supersede and invalidate a tender previously submitted by that tenderer for the Contract.

A tenderer may withdraw or qualify his tender at any time up to the Official Closing time by submitting a letter bearing his signature and seal as in his tender to the North Bay Jack Garland

Airport Corporation who will mark there on the time and date of receipt and will place the letter in the tender box. No facsimile, telegraph or telephone calls will be considered.

10. INFORMAL OR UNBALANCED TENDERS

Tenders which are incomplete, conditional, illegible, or obscure, or that contain additions not called for, reservations, erasures, alterations or irregularities of any kind may be rejected as informal.

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Tenders that contain prices which appear to be so unbalanced as likely to affect adversely the interests of the North Bay Jack Garland Airport Corporation may be rejected.

Wherever in a tender the amount for an item does not agree with the extension of the estimated quantity and the tendered unit price, the unit price shall govern and the amount and the Total Tender price shall be corrected accordingly.

Tenderers who have submitted tenders that have been rejected by the North Bay Jack Garland

Airport Corporation because of informalities will normally be notified of the reasons for the rejection within ten (10) days after the closing date of the tenders.

11. EXAMINATION OF SITE

The information shown on plans, General Arrangements regarding existing above ground and underground services and features is plotted from information available; however, no guarantee is given as to the accuracy or completeness of the data and/or detail indicated and the Engineer will assume no responsibility for the accuracy or completeness of such information. Each tenderer must visit the site of work before submitting his tender and must satisfy himself by personal examination as to the local conditions to be met with during the construction and conduct of the work. He shall make his own estimate of materials and conditions. He is not to claim at any time after submission of thus tender that there was any misunderstanding of the terms and conditions of the Contract relating to site conditions.

To make arrangements for access to the site, tenderers are to contact Mr. Jack Santerre, Airport

Manager, at 705-474-3020. The airport is an operational aviation facility. It is a federal offence to enter the property without authorization.

12. INFLUENCE

No person, company, corporation or organization shall attempt in any way, either in private or in public, to influence the outcome of any Airport purchasing or disposal process.

The bid, quotation or proposal of any person, company, corporation or organization that does attempt to influence the outcome of any Airport purchasing or disposal process will be disqualified, and the person, company, corporation or organization may be subjected to exclusion or suspension under the Vendor Performance Policy.

13. TENDER

Each tender shall include a completed Form of Tender, Statements ‘A’ to ‘D’, an Agreement to Bond, designated Jurisdiction policy, and a Statutory Declaration Re: Tender, all as bound herein and a tender is instructed elsewhere herein, together with any further forms or sheets which the tender is instructed elsewhere herein, or in any addendum hereto, to submit with their tender. Tenderer may retain the rest of the tender documents issued. The tenderer shall give the total tender price both in words and in figures and shall fill in all blank spaces for unit prices, item prices, lump sums, and other information in the Form of Tender.

14. OMISSIONS AND DISCREPANCIES

Should a tenderer find discrepancies in, or omissions from the drawings, specifications or other tender documents, or should he be in doubt as their meaning, he should notify the Engineer, preferably in writing and not later than eight days before the closing date for tenders. If the Engineer considers that a correction, explanation or interpretation is necessary or desirable, he will issue an addendum to all who have taken out tender documents.

15. INTERPRETATIONS, ADDENDA AND COMMUNICATIONS

No oral interpretations shall be made to a tenderer as to the meaning of any of the tender documents, or be effective to modify any other provisions of the tender documents. Every request for an interpretation shall be made in writing, addressed and forwarded to the Engineer.

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All technical inquiries shall be addressed to Mr. Aziz Sene, P.Eng, by email at [email protected]

.

The deadline for questions will be Tuesday March 7, 2017 at 5:00pm (EST).

Addenda will not be issued later than two (2) business days prior to tender close.

16. ACCEPTANCE OR REJECTION OF TENDERS

The North Bay Jack Garland Airport Corporation reserves the right to reject any or all tenders in his best interest. The lowest or any tender will not necessarily be accepted.

17. AGREEMENT

The tenderer agrees that, if requested to do so by the North Bay Jack Garland Airport Corporation or anyone acting on its behalf within sixty (60) days after the date of the opening tenders, he will execute in quadruplicate and return to the North Bay Jack Garland Airport Corporation the

Agreement in the form bound herein within seven (7) days after being so requested. If the tenderer has not been so requested within the said sixty (60) days or if the Engineer’s written order to commence work has not been mailed or delivered to the tenderer or his office or his postal address within the 60 days, the tenderer may, unless he has otherwise agreed or offered and except as otherwise provided herein, withdraw his tender.

18. PERFORMANCE AND PAYMENT BONDS

The Contractor, together with a surety company approved by the North Bay Jack Garland Airport

Corp. and authorized by law to carry on business in the Province of Ontario, shall, unless otherwise directed, furnish the North Bay Jack Garland Airport Corporation a Performance Bond in the amount of ten percent (10%) and a separate Labour and Material Payment Bond each in the amount of ten percent (10%) of the total tender price and such additional amount, if any, as may be required by the

North bay Jack Garland Airport Corporation. The tenderer shall tender for the cost of the bonds in the appropriate tender items for each part of the contract.

The tenderer shall include with his tender the Agreement to Bond in the form enclosed herewith executed under its corporate seal by the surety company from which he proposes to obtain the required bonds.

The tenderer will be required to furnish the Performance Bond and the Labour and Material Payment

Bond in quadruplicate as required herein within seven (7) days after notification of the execution of the agreement by the North Bay Jack Garland Airport Corporation has been mailed to him. One (1) copy of the said bonds shall be bound into each of the four executed sets of the Contract.

19.

OWNER’S RIGHT TO MAKE CHANGES

19.1. North Bay Jack Garland Airport Corporation, through the Engineer, without invalidating the

Contract, may make:

.1 Changes in the Work consisting of additions, deletions or other revisions to the Work by

Change Order of Change Directive, and

.2 Changes to the Contract Time for the Work, or any part thereof, by Change Order.

19.2. The Contractor shall not perform a change in the Work without a Change Order or a Change

Directive.

20. CHANGE ORDER

20.1. When a change in the work is proposed or required, the Engineer will provide the Contractor with a written description of the proposed change in the Work. The Contractor shall promptly present, in a form acceptable to the Engineer, a method of adjustment or an amount of adjustment for the Contract Price, if any, and the adjustment in the Contract Time, if any, for the proposed change in the Work.

20.2. When the Owner and Contractor agree to the adjustments in the Contract Price and Contract

Time or to the method to be used to determine the adjustments, such agreement shall be

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21. CHANGE DIRECTIVE

21.1. If North Bay Jack Garland Airport Corporation (the Owner) requires the Contractor to proceed with a change in the Work prior to the Owner and the Contractor agreeing upon the corresponding adjustment in Contract Price and Contract Time, the Owner, through the

Engineer, shall issue a Change Directive.

21.2. A Change Directive shall only be used to direct a change in the Work which is within the general scope of the Contract Documents.

21.3. A Change Directive shall not be used to direct a change in the Contract Time only.

21.4. Upon receipt of a Change Directive, the Contractor shall proceed promptly with the change in the Work.

21.5. For the purpose of valuing Change Directives, changes in the Work that are not substitutions or otherwise related to each other shall not be grouped together in the same Change Directive.

21.6. The adjustment in the Contract Price for a change carried out by way of a Change Directive shall be determined on the basis of the cost of the Contractor’s actual expenditures and savings attributable to the Change Directive:

.1

If the change results in a net increase in the Contractor’s cost, the Contract Price shall be increased by the amount of the net increase in the Contract or’s cost, plus the Contractor’s percentage fee on such net increase.

.2

If the change results in a net decrease in the Contractor’s cost, the Contract Price shall be decreased by the amount of the net decrease in the Contract or’s cost, without adjustment for the

Contractor’s percentage fee.

.3

The Contractor’s fee shall be as specified in the Contract Documents or as otherwise agreed by the parties.

21.7. The cost of performing the work attributable to the Change Directive shall be limited to the actual cost of the following:

.1 salaries, wages and benefits paid to personnel in the direct employ of the Contractor under a salary or wage schedule agreed upon by the Owner and the Contractor, or in the absence of such a schedule, actual salaries, wages and benefits paid under applicable bargaining agreement, and in the absence of a salary or wage schedule and bargaining agreement, actual salaries, wages and benefits paid by the Contractor, for personnel

1) stationed at the Contractor’s field office, in whatever capacity employed;

2) engaged in expediting the production or transportation of material or equipment, at shops

or on the road;

3) engaged in the preparation or review of Shop Drawings, fabrication drawings, and

coordination drawings; or

4) engaged in the processing of changes in the Work.

.2 contributions, assessments or taxes incurred for such items as employment insurance, provincial or territorial health insurance, workers' compensation, and Canada or Quebec

Pension Plan, insofar as such cost is based on wages, salaries or other remuneration paid to employees of the Contractor and included in the cost of the Work;

.3 travel and subsistence expenses of the Contractor's personnel;

.4 all Products including cost of transportation thereof;

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.5 materials, supplies, Construction Equipment, Temporary Work, and hand tools not owned by the workers, including transportation and maintenance thereof, which are consumed in the performance of the lion; and cost less salvage value on such items used but not consumed, which remain the property of the Contractor,-

.6 all tools and Construction Equipment, exclusive of hand tools used in the performance of the

Work, whether rented from or provided by the Contractor or others, including installation, minor repairs and replacements, dismantling, removal, transportation, and delivery cost thereof;

.7 all equipment and services required for the Contractor’s field office;

.8 deposits lost;

.9 the amounts of all subcontracts;

.10 quality assurance such as independent inspection and testing services;

.11 charges levied by authorities having jurisdiction at the Place of the Work,

.12 royalties, patent licence fees and damages for infringement of patents and cost of defending suits therefor subject always to the Contractor's obligations to indemnify the Owner as provided in paragraph 10.3.1 of GC 10.3 - PATENT FEES;

.13 any adjustment in premiums for all bonds and insurance which the Contractor is required, by the Contract Documents,

.14 to purchase and maintain;

.15 any adjustment in taxes, other than Value Added Taxes, and duties for which the Contractor is liable;

.16 charges for long distance telephone and facsimile communications, courier services, expressage, and petty cash items incurred in relation to the performance of the Work,

.17 removal and disposal of waste products and debris; and

.18 safety measures and requirements.

21.8. Notwithstanding any other provisions contained in the General Conditions of the Contract, it is the intention of the parties that the cost of any item under any cost element shall cover and include any and all costs or liabilities attributable to the Change Directive other than those which are the result of or occasioned by any failure on the part of the Contractor to exercise reasonable care and diligence in the Contractor’s attention to the Work. Any cost due to failure on the part of the Contractor to exercise reasonable care and diligence in the Contractor’s attention to the Work shall be borne by the Contractor.

21.9. The Contractor shall keep full and detailed accounts and records necessary for the documentation of the cost of performing the Work attributable to the Change Directive and shall provide the Consultant with copies thereof when requested.

21.10. For the purpose of valuing Change Directives, the Owner shall be afforded reasonable access to all of the Contractor’s pertinent documents related to the cost of performing the Work attributable to the Change Directive.

21.11. Pending determination of the final amount of a Change Directive, the undisputed value of the

Work performed as the result of a Change Directive is eligible to be included in progress payments.

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21.12. If the Owner and the Contractor do not agree on the proposed adjustment in the Contract Time attributable to the change in the Work, or the method of determining it, the adjustment shall be referred to the Consultant for determination.

21.13. When the Owner and the Contractor reach agreement on the adjustment to the Contract Price and to the Contract Time, this agreement shall be recorded in a Change Order.

22. CONCEALED OR UNKNOWN CONDITIONS

22.1. If the Owner or the Contractor discover conditions at the Place of the Work which are:

.1 subsurface or otherwise concealed physical conditions which existed before the commencement of the Work which differ materially from those indicated in the Contract

Documents; or

.2 physical conditions, other than conditions due to weather, that are of a nature which differ materially from those ordinarily found to exist and generally recognized as inherent in construction activities of the character provided for in the Contract Documents,

Then the observing party shall give Notice in Writing to the other party of such conditions before they are disturbed and in no event later than 5 Working Days after first observance of the conditions.

22.2. The Contractor will promptly investigate such conditions and make a finding. If the finding is that the conditions differ materially and this would cause an increase or decrease in the

Contractor's cost or time to perform the hon, the Consultant, with the Owner's approval, will issue appropriate instructions for a change in the Work.

22.3. If the Consultant finds that the conditions at the Place of the Work are not materially different or that no change in the Contract Price of the Contract Time is justified, the Consultant will report the reasons for this finding to the Owner and the Contractor in writing.

23. DELAYS

23.1. If the Contractor is delayed in the performance of the Work by an action or omission of the

Owner, Engineer or anyone employed or engaged by them directly or indirectly, contrary to the provisions of the Contract Documents, then the Contract Time shall be extended for such reasonable time as the Consultant may recommend in consultation with the Contractor. The

Contractor shall be reimbursed by the Owner for reasonable costs incurred by the Contractor as the result of such delay.

23.2. If the Contractor is delayed in the performance of the Work by a stop work order issued by a court or other public authority and providing that such order was not issued as the result of an act or fault of the Contractor of any person employed or engaged by the Contractor directly or indirectly, then the Contract Time shall be extended for such reasonable time as the

Cones/font may recommend in consultation with the Contractor. The Contractor shall be reimbursed by the Owner for reasonable costs incurred by the Contractor as the result of such delay.

23.3. If the Contractor is delayed in the performance of the Work by:

.1 labour disputes, strikes, lock-outs (including lock-outs decreed or recommended for its members by a recognized contractors' association, of which the Contractor is a member or to which the Contractor is otherwise bound),

.2 fire, unusual delay by common carriers or unavoidable casualties,

.3 abnormally adverse weather conditions, or

.4 any cause beyond the Contractor's control other than one resulting from a default or breach of Contract by the Contractor,

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– Page 11 then the Contract Time shall be extended for such reasonable time as the Consultant may recommend in consultation with the Contractor. The extension of time shall not be less than the time lost as the result of the event causing the delay, unless the Contractor agrees to a shorter extension.

The Contractor shall not be entitled to payment for costs incurred by such delays unless such delays result from actions by the Owner, Consultant of anyone employed or engaged by them directly or indirectly.

23.4. No extension shall be made for delay unless Notice in Writing of the cause of delay is given to the Consultant not later than 10 Working Days after the commencement of the delay. In the case of a continuing cause of delay only one Notice in Writing shall be necessary.

23.5. If no schedule is made under paragraph 2.2. 13 of GC 2.2 - ROLE OF THE CONSULTANT, then no request for extension shall be made because of failure of the Consultant to furnish instructions until 10 Working Days after demand for such instructions has been made.

24.

CLAIMS FOR A CHANGE IN CONTRACT PRICE

24.1. If the Contractor intends to make a claim for an increase to the Contract Price, or if the Owner intends to make a claim against the Contractor for a credit to the Contract Price, the party that intends to make the claim shall give timely Notice in Writing of intent to claim to the other party and to the Consultant.

24.2. Upon commencement of the event or series of events giving rise to a claim, the party intending to make the claim shall:

.1 take all reasonable measures to mitigate any loss or expense which may be incurred as a result of such event or series of events, and

.2 keep such records as may be necessary to support the claim.

24.3. The party making the claim shall submit within a reasonable time to the Consultant a detailed account of the amount claimed and the grounds upon which the claim is based.

24.4. Where the event or series of events giving rise to the claim has a continuing effect, the detailed account submitted under paragraph 6.6.3 shall be considered to be an interim account and the party making the claim shall, at such intervals as the Consultant may reasonably require, submit further interim accounts giving the accumulated amount of the claim and any further grounds upon which it is based. The party making the claim shall submit a final account after the end of the effects resulting from the event or series of events.

24.5.

The Cones/Paul’s findings, with respect to a claim made by either party, will be given by Notice in Writing to both parties within 30 Working Days after receipt of the claim by the Consultant, or within such other time period as may be agreed by the parties.

24.6. If such finding is not acceptable to either party, the claim shall be settled in accordance with

Part 8 of the General Conditions - DISPUTE RESOLUTION.

25. PROOF OF ABILITY

In order to air the North Bay Jack Garland Airport Corporation in determining the capability of each tenderer, the tenderer shall complete the following statement sheets which are bound herein:

Statement ‘A’ - Stating the tenderer’s experiences in similar work which he has successfully completed.

Statement ‘B’ - Giving a list of the tenderer’s senior supervisory staff with a summary of the experiences of each.

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Statement ‘C’ - Giving the location and description of the construction plant which the tenderer proposes to use, the plant he has available or under his control, the plant to be rented, and the plant to be purchased.

If the tenderer prefers, he may, in lieu of completing and submitting the above mentioned statement sheets, submit the information required by the said sheets on similar forms prepared in his own office, provided that the said forms bear the tenderer’s name and the date of preparation and contain up-to-date information.

26. SUB-CONTRACTORS

Th e Tenderer shall list on the Statement ‘D’ sheet of the tender documents the name and address of each proposed sub-contractor used in making up his tender and shall state the portion of the work allotted to each. Only one sub-contractor shall be named for each part of the work to be sublet.

All Sub-Contractors on this project shall either be named as insured in the General Contractors

Insurance or shall provide proof of own insurance, as per requirements of Section 22 “Insurance” before they are allowed to perform work on this project.

After the tender has been accepted by the North Bay Jack Garland Airport Corporation, the

Contractor shall not be allowed to substitute other sub-contractors in the place of those named in his tender without written approval from the Engineer.

27. WORK PLACE SAFETY AND INSURANCE BOARD

The tenderer whose tender has been recommended to the North Bay Jack Garland Airport

Corporation for acceptance shall submit such Statutory Declaration, or a satisfactory clearance letter from the Work Place Safety and Insurance Board, to the North Bay Jack Garland Airport

Corporation. One (1) copy of the Statutory Declaration or clearance letter shall be bound into each of the four (4) executed sets of the Contract.

28. EQUIPMENT SUPPLIED BY THE NORTH BAY JACK GARLAND AIRPORT

CORPORATION

Except where otherwise specifically stated in the Contract documents, or as otherwise directed by the North Bay Jack Garland Airport Corporation, the Contractor shall supply all materials and equipment required for the works.

29. INSURANCE

The tenderer who has been notified that his tender has been recommended to the North Bay Jack

Garland Airport Corporation for acceptance shall, on receipt from the North Bay Jack Garland Airport

Corporation of the Agreement for execution, procure and maintain All Risk and Liability Insurance in accordance with Section GC-6 of the Ontario General Conditions of Contract and shall file with the

North Bay Jack Garland Airport Corporation, together with the Agreement executed by him, a Cover

Note of such All Risk Insurance and a Certificate of Liability Insurance in the forms attached hereto.

The Contractor shall file with the North Bay Jack Garland Airport Corporation, prior to the first progress payment, the original policy of such All Risk Insurance or a Certificate of Insurance clearly stating that the policy of All Risk Insurance provided as aforesaid complies with this provision.

Insurance shall be obtained from a company satisfactory to the North Bay Jack Garland Airport

Corporation. a) The All Risk Insurance shall:

1) Include flood and earthquake coverage.

2) Be maintained until the works have been completed and accepted by the North Bay

Jack Garland Airport Corporation and the Certificate of Completion has been issued.

3) Shall not include any aviation exclusion clauses. The work proposed will take place on an active airport. b) The Liability Insurance shall:

1) Have a limit of liability of not less than $5,000,000 inclusive for any one occurrence.

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2) Be Comprehensive Liability Insurance covering all operations and liability assumed under the Contract with the North Bay Jack Garland Airport Corporation.

3) Not contain any exclusions or limitations in respect of shoring, underpinning, raising or demolition of any building or structure, pile driving, caisson work, collapse of any structure or subsidence of any property, structure, or land from any cause.

4) Cover the use of explosives prior to such use when the work involves such use. The

Contractor shall be solely responsible for all damage, loss or costs resulting directly or indirectly from such use. The Contractor shall indemnify and save harmless the

North Bay Jack Garland Airport Corporation from and against all claims, demands, loss, damages and costs resulting directly or indirectly from such use.

5) Be endorsed to provide that the policy will not be altered, canceled, or allowed to lapse without thirty (30) day’s prior to written notice to the North Bay Jack Garland

Airport Corporation.

6)

Contractor’s policy to include the City of North Bay and their Geotechnical Engineer as additional named insured.

30. NON-RESIDENT CONTRACTORS

If the Contractor is non-resident in Ontario, he shall immediately after being notified by the North Bay

Jack Garland Airport Corporation that the Agreement has been executed by the North Bay Jack

Garland Airport Corporation, obtain from the Retail Sales Tax Branch a Certificate showing that the

Contractor has registered with the Retail Sales Tax Branch and shall submit such certificate to the

North Bay Jack Garland Airport Corporation at the same time that he furnished the Performance

Bond and the Payment Bond.

The Engineer may withhold the issuance of the order to commence work to a non-resident contractor if the required certificate has not been furnished.

31. TAXES

Base Bid (Tender Price) excludes the Harmonized Sales Tax (HST), but HST must be identified as an additional item on the Tender Form.

Base Bid (Tender Price) includes all other applicable taxes, duties, levies, etc.

32.

CONTRACTOR’S SCHEDULE OF WORK

Forthwith upon award of this Contract, the Contractor shall provide, within seven (7) days to the

Engineer a “Contractor’s Schedule of Work” for approval. Such schedule shall indicate clearly the proposed order and time allowance for the various phases of the work, in sufficient detail to show weekly progress and operations on a block by block basis.

After the Schedule of Work is reviewed by the Engineer, the Contractor shall follow the Schedule closely throughout the duration of the Contract. Any deviation from the Schedule must be approved by the Engineer.

33. LIQUIDATED DAMAGES

It is agreed by the contractual parties that in case all the work called for under the Contract is not finished or completed within the completion day as set forth in these Contract Documents or as extended in accordance with Section GC3.07 of the Ontario General Conditions of Contract, a loss or damage will be sustained by the Corporation. Since it is and will be impracticable and extremely difficult to ascertain and determine the actual loss or damage which the Corporation will suffer in the event of and by reason of such delay, the parties hereto agree that the Contractor will pay to the

Corporation the sum of $5,000 as liquidated damages for each and every calendar days’ delay in finishing the work exceeding the specified completion date. It is agreed that this amount is an estimate of the actual loss or damage to the Corporation which will accrue during the period in excess of the prescribed date of completion.

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The definition of ‘Complete’ with regards to the before mentioned paragraph shall be as the following:

“Completion will have occurred when the work remaining is less than 3% of the Contract Value and the work is ready for its intended use.”

34. CONSTRUCTION LIEN ACT

Since April 2, 1983, the Ontario Construction Lien Act has been in effect. The North Bay Jack

Garland Airport Corporation will be guided by the provisions of this Act which replaced the former

Mechanics Lien Act.

35. PROTECTION OF EXISTING SERVICES

The Contractor is to make himself aware of the location of the existing underground services in areas where excavation is to be carried out in close proximity to them.

The Contractor is to modify his operations in these areas to ensure that the integrity of the existing services are maintained.

Should the Contractor damage the services, or decrease the cover (horizontal and vertical) over these services, to the extent that remedial work is required, the Contractor shall perform such remedial work at his expense. The Engineer shall be the sole judge as to whether remedial work is required.

36. MAINTENANCE OF EXISTING SERVICES (N/A)

37. PROGRESS OF THE WORK AND TIME FOR COMPLETION

1) The Contractor shall begin work within two (2) weeks of the date of receipt of the written order to commence work and shall diligently execute his work on this Contract to completion.

The date for completion of the works shall be as indicated in the Form of Tender.

If the time limit specified or indicated by the contractor is not sufficient to permit completion of the work by the Contractor working a normal number of crews, it is expected that additional crews will be required throughout the life of the Contract to the extent deemed necessary by the Contractor to ensure that the work will be completed within the time limit specified. Any additional costs occasioned by compliance with these provisions will be considered to be included in the prices bid for the various items of work and no additional compensation will therefore be allowed.

2) Hours of Work

The Contractor is advised that this work will be conducted in a non-residential neighbourhood. The Contractor’s hours of work are limited to the following:

- 16 hours per day

- 7 days per week unless otherwise directed by the Engineer

3) At the date of completion all work required in the Contract, including all final clean-up and trimming shall be completed.

38. LUMP SUM FOR OTHER REQUIREMENTS

This item is not applicable to this contract.

39. APPROVAL

Any contract as a result of this tender is conditional upon funding as dictated by Transport Canada

Airports Capital Assistance Program (ACAP), the City of North Bay and approval of North Bay Jack

Garland Airport Corporation.

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40. GEOTECHNICAL INVESTIGATION

Geotechnical investigations have not been conducted for this project. Bidders shall perform geotechnical investigation and locate surveys where applicable and use the information/findings to determine subsurface condition for the purpose of sub-excavation and confirm cable routings, pad mount switchgear, main step-down transformers locations and concrete pad for diesel tanks.

41. TEST PITS

Test pits will not be excavated for this project during the Bidder’s Conference.

42. QUANTITIES ARE ESTIMATED

The quantities shown for unit price items in the Form of Tender are estimated only and are for the sole purpose of establishing a dollar amount based on the unit price. For any work done or materials supplied on a unit price basis, the Contractor will be paid for the actual measured quantities at the respective unit prices tendered.

The Engineer has the right to increase or to reduce the quantities required or to suspend or omit any item or portion of the work at any time as he may deem advisable. The Contractor shall not be entitled to any compensation for loss of anticipated profit as a result of the deletion of any item or part of an item from the Form of Tender, unless the actual quantity of work performed on a major item of the Contract exceeds or is less than fifteen percent (15%) of a quantity shown in the Tender

Form for such major item, and if there is a resulting change in the cost of work or materials, then either party to the Contract upon written request of the other, can request that negotiations be held to establish the increase or decrease in the compensation for the affected items of work.

Provisional and Contingency items are exempt from this adjustment as they are by description, provisional and therefore may not be required.

43. DESIGNATED JURISDICTION POLICY

Attached to the Form of Tender is a statement with regards to the forgoing Designated Jurisdiction

Policy that required signing and submission with the Tender. Failure to sign this statement may disqualify the Tender.

23. In this Article 23

1)

“Construction” includes all work in or about:

1. constructing, altering, decorating, repairing, demolishing, erecting or remodeling the whole or any part of a building or structure;

2. laying pipe and conduit above or below ground level;

3. excavating, tunneling, fencing, grading, paving, land clearing and bridging;

4. building a highway, as defined in section 1 of the Highway Traffic Act; and

5. carrying out other construction activities designated by the Management Board of

Cabinet on the recommendation of the Ministry of Labour.

2)

“Contractor” means a person that enters into a contract for Construction and includes any sub-contractor.

3)

“Controlled” has the same meaning as in subsection 1 (5) of the Business Corporations Act.

4)

“Designated Jurisdiction” means a Canadian province or territory other than Ontario that is designated by the Management Board of Cabinet, on the recommendation of the Minister of

Labour

– as of the date of this (tender, pre-qualification, etc.), the Designated Jurisdiction is the Province of Quebec;

5)

“Person who is resident in a Designated Jurisdiction” means:

1. in the case of an individual or a sole proprietor, a person who is ordinarily resident in that jurisdiction;

2. in the case of a corporation,

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1. a person whose head office or registered office is located in that jurisdiction; or

2. a person controlled by a person described in subclause (a);

3. in the case of a partnership, a partnership that includes at least one partner who is resident in that jurisdiction under clause (i) or (ii)

23.2. Under the Designated Jurisdiction policy, the North Bay Airport is not permitted to award a

Construction contract to a person who is resident in a Designated Jurisdiction. Such a person is not eligible and will be disqualified from this (tender, pre-qualification, etc.).

23.3 All bidders are required to provide the following information in respect of themselves and any sub-contractors:

A. the case of an individual or sole proprietor, whether his/her principal residence is within a

Designated Jurisdiction;

B. in the case of a corporation, whether the corporation’s head office or registered office(s) is/are in a Designated Jurisdiction or whether any person who controls the corporation is a person who is resident in a Designated Jurisdiction; and

C. in the case of a partnership, whether the principal residence of any of the individual partners is within the Designated Jurisdiction or whether the head office or any registered office(s) of partners that are corporations is/are within a Designated Jurisdiction.

23.4 In any Construction contract awarded under this (tender, etc.), if any, the Contractor will be required to:

A. represent and warrant that neither the Contractor nor any sub-contractors are persons who are resident in a Designated Jurisdiction;

B. acknowledge that any sub-contracts not identified in the bid following the award of the contract will be subject to the approval of the North Bay Airport;

C. acknowledge that any material misrepresentation or breach of clause (a) will be grounds for termination of the contract.

44. LABOUR CONDITIONS

1.0 General

This Clause is to be read in conjunction with GC 8.02.06, Payment of Workers, of the Ontario

General Conditions of Contract and is subject to the Industrial Standards Act, the Employment

Standards Act, 1980 and the regulations made thereunder. The wage rates set out in the Roads and

Structures Fair Wage Schedule are subject to change periodically. Any increase in costs incurred by a change in the wage rates shall be borne by the Contractor.

2.0 Definitions

For the purposes of this Special Provision: a)

“regular rate” means: i. the hourly rate paid to an employee for their normal non-overtime work week, or ii. in the case of an employee to whom subclause (i) does not apply, the amount obtained by dividing their total earnings for the week by the number of hours they worked in the week; b)

“work on roads” means the preparation, construction, finishing and construction maintenance of roads, streets, highways and parking lots and includes all work incidental thereto other than work on structure; and

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“work on structures” means the construction, reconstruction, repair, alteration, remodeling, renovation or demolition of any bridge, tunnel or retaining wall and includes the preparation for and the laying of the foundation of any bridge; tunnel or retaining wall and the installation of equipment and appurtenances incidental thereto; provided, however, that the Minister of Labour,

Ontario may at his/her sole discretion determine whether or not any particular work is to be classified as work on roads or as work on structures and such decision may be made notwithstanding the definitions herein contained.

3.0 Hours of Work and Wages

The regular work week for a person employed on work on roads being done under this contract or any other contract subject to these or similar labour conditions shall not exceed 55 hours and all time worked by such person in excess of 55 hours a week shall be overtime except that part of the hours of work in excess of 55 which together with the hours worked in the preceding week do not exceed

55 hours in that preceding week. But, in no case shall the number of hours that can be included in the hours of work for that preceding week exceed 22 hours.

The regular work week for a person employed on work on structures being done under this contract or any other contract subject to these or similar labour conditions shall not exceed 50 hours and all time worked by such person in excess of 50 hours a week shall be overtime except that part of the hours of work in excess of 50 which together with the hours worked in the preceding week do not exceed 50 hours in that preceding week. But, in no case shall the number of hours that can be included in the hours of work for that preceding week exceed 22 hours.

Every person employed by the Contractor or a Sub-Contractor or other person to do any part of the work contemplated by this Contract shall be paid while employed on such work at not less than the wage rate set out in the Fair Wage Schedule hereunder for the appropriate classification of such work or not less than such other wage rates as, during the continuance of the work, are fixed by the

Minister of Labour, Ontario, for hours of work that are not overtime and shall be paid one and one half times his/her regular rate for all hours of work that are overtime.

Notwithstanding that a Contractor pays wages in excess of the wage rates set out in the Fair Wage

Schedule hereunder, he shall not, in computing overtime wages payable to an employee, set off against such overtime wages any part of the wages earned by the employee in respect of their regular work period.

Where a person is working on more than one contract that is subject to these conditions, including any municipal contract that contains similar labour conditions, the regular work week and the entitlement to overtime for that person shall be based upon the total house worked on all such contracts and if, on this basis, overtime is worked on this contract the Contractor shall pay such person at the overtime wages and no interposition of a third party by way of an employment agency or as the nominal employer of that person shall relieve the Contractor of his/her obligation to pay that person the overtime wages.

4.0 Decisions by Minister of Labour

Where there is no appropriate classification set out in the Fair Wage Schedule for any particular class of work, the Minister of Labour, Ontario, may designate or establish the appropriate classification and the wage rate.

The Contractor, upon receipt of notice of any decision of the Minister of Labour, Ontario, made under this contract, shall immediately adjust the wage rates, hours and classification of work so as to give the effect to such decision.

5.0 Fair Wage Schedule to be Posted

The Contractor shall post, in accordance with the Ontario General Conditions of Contract, the Fair

Wage Schedule and any amendments thereto.

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6.0 Contractor to Keep Records Which are to be Open for Inspection

The Contractor shall keep proper books and records showing the names, trades, addresses and hourly wage rates of all workers in his/her employ and employed on this Contract through an employment agency and the wages paid to and time worked by such workers both at regular wage rates and at overtime wage rates, and the books or documents containing such records shall be open for inspection by officers of the Government at any time it may be expedient to the Minister of

Labour to have the same inspected.

7.0 Ministry Requirements Before Payments Made to Contractor

The Contractor shall from time to time upon request to furnish the Ministry with such detailed information and evidence as may be required in order to establish that these labour conditions have been complied with not only by him/her but by any Sub-Contractor or other person doing any part of the work contemplated by the Contract.

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NORTH BAY JACK GARLAND AIRPORT CORPORATION

TENDER NO. 1

REHABILITATION OF THE AIRPORT ELECTRICAL POWER SUPPLY

SYSTEMS FOR BOTH STANDARD AND EMERGENCY POWER

FORM OF TENDER

Tender No. 1

June 2016

Tenderer’s Initials and Date:

North Bay Jack Garland Airport Corporation

Section 00 41 13

Form of Tender (FT-1)

Rehabilitation of the Airport Electrical Power Supply Systems for both Standard and Emergency Power

FORM OF TENDER

TENDER NO. 1

TENDER FOR:

REHABILITATION OF THE AIRPORT ELECTRICAL POWER SUPPLY SYSTEMS

FOR BOTH STANDARD AND EMERGENCY POWER AT THE NORTH BAY JACK

GARLAND AIRPORT

Tender by _____________________________________________________________ residing at (or place of business) ___________________________________________ and __________________________________________________________________ residing at (or place of business) ___________________________________________ comprising the firm of ____________________________________________________

______________________________________________________________________ a company duly incorporated under the laws of ________________________________ and having its head office at _______________________________________________ hereinafter called “the Tenderer”.

NOTE: The Tenderer’s name and residence must be inserted above, and in the case of an unincorporated firm, the name and residence of each and every member of the firm must be inserted.

Tender No. 1

June 2016

Tenderer’s Initials and Date:

North Bay Jack Garland Airport Corporation

Section 00 41 13

Form of Tender (FT-2)

Rehabilitation of the Airport Electrical Power Supply Systems for both Standard and Emergency Power

To: North Bay Airport

North Bay Jack Garland Airport Corporation

50 Terminal Road, Suite 1

North Bay, ON P1B 8G2

Tel: 705-474-3026

Fax: 705-474-3020

I (WE) ________________________________________________________________ have carefully examined the locality and site of the proposed works, and all contract documents relating thereto, including the: Form of Agreement, Addendum/Addenda No.

____ to No. ____ * inclusive, Special Provisions, if any, Information for Tenderers,

Supplementary Specifications, if any, Specifications, is any, Standard Specifications, if any, Contract Drawings, Standard Drawings, Form of Tender, forms of Performance Bond and Labour and Material Payment Bond, hereby tender and offer in accordance therewith to enter into a contract within the prescribed time to construct the said works in strict accordance with the contract documents and such further detail drawings as may be supplied from time-to-time and to furnish all materials, labour, tools, plant, matters and things necessary therefore complete and ready for use within the time specified for the sum of ________________________________________

______________________________________________________________ plus HST dollars ($______________________________________________________ plus HST) or such other sum as may be ascertained in accordance with the Contract.

(EXCLUDING HST)

THE AFORESAID SUM IS MADE UP AS FOLLOWS:

 The Tenderer will insert the numbers of the Addenda received by him during the tendering period and taken into account by him in preparing his Tender.

Tender No. 1

June 2016

Tenderer’s Initials and Date:

North Bay Jack Garland Airport Corporation

Section 00 41 13

Form of Tender (FT-3)

Rehabilitation of the Airport Electrical Power Supply Systems for both Standard and Emergency Power

SCHEDULE OF ITEMS AND PRICES

The Contractor shall review the Construction Scope of Work, the Method of Procedure

Proposed Construction Scheme and attached Appendices, which apply to all items in the Contract. All items, except for the North Bay Hydro Construction Items, shall be the responsibility of the Contractor.

LS = Lump Sum

Appendix A = Construction Scope of Work (SOW)

Appendix C = Method of Procedure

– Proposed Construction Scheme (MOP)

Appendices B, D, E, F, G, H, I, J, K, L, M, N, O and P

Item

No.

Section

No.

Item Description Unit Quantity

Unit

Price

Total

GENERAL CONSTRUCTION ITEMS 1.0

1.1

1.2

1.3

App. A

App. C

App. A

App. C

App. A

App. C

1.4

App. A

App. C

Mobilization / Demobilization

Bonding and Insurance etc.

Rental and Fencing

Installations

Outdoor Substation

Equipment Removals

Plan of Construction

Provisions Including

Construction Sequence

LS

LS

LS

LS

1

1

1

1

Sub-Total (Section 1.0)

Transfer to Summary Page

$_____

$_____

$_____

$_____

$_____

$_____

$_____

$_____

$_____

Tender No. 1

June 2016

Tenderer’s Initials and Date:

North Bay Jack Garland Airport Corporation

Section 00 41 13

Form of Tender (FT-4)

Rehabilitation of the Airport Electrical Power Supply Systems for both Standard and Emergency Power

LS = Lump Sum

Appendix A = Construction Scope of Work (SOW)

Appendix C = Method of Procedure

– Proposed Construction Scheme (MOP)

Appendices B, D, E, F, G, H, I, J, K, L, M, N, O and P

Item

No.

Section

No.

Item Description Unit Quantity

Unit

Price

Total

2.0

2.1

NORTH BAY HYDRO CONSTRUCTION ITEMS

2.2

2.3

App. A

App. C

App. A

App. C

App. A

App. C

Design, supply and install buried duct banks, conduits and cables.

Supply and install outdoor pad mounted switchgear

(PMS)

Supply and install step-down transformers

LS

LS

LS

1

1

1

Sub-Total (Section 2.0)

Transfer to Summary Page

N/A

N/A

N/A

N/A

N/A

N/A

N/A

Tender No. 1

June 2016

Tenderer’s Initials and Date:

North Bay Jack Garland Airport Corporation

Section 00 41 13

Form of Tender (FT-5)

Rehabilitation of the Airport Electrical Power Supply Systems for both Standard and Emergency Power

LS = Lump Sum

Appendix A = Construction Scope of Work (SOW)

Appendix C = Method of Procedure

– Proposed Construction Scheme (MOP)

Appendices B, D, E, F, G, H, I, J, K, L, M, N, O and P

Item

No.

Section

No.

Item Description Unit Quantity

Unit

Price

Total

3.0

ADMINISTRATION BUILDING CONSTRUCTION ITEMS

3.1

3.2

App. A

App. C

App. A

App. C

$_____

$_____

$_____

$_____

3.3

3.4

3.5

3.6

App. A

App. C

App. A

App. C

App. A

App. C

App. A

App. C

Rental and Fencing

Installations

Remove Existing Equipment and Cables

Install New 400kW

Generator, ATS and

Associated Equipment

Install New Tier IV Emissions

Compliant ecoCube and

Associated Structure

(Contractor to provide design of structure)

Install New Diesel Fuel Tank and Associated Fuel Pipes

Install New Switchboard,

Panelboards, Splice Boxes and Transformers

LS

LS

LS

LS

LS

LS

1

1

1

1

1

1

Sub-Total (Section 3.0)

Transfer to Summary Page

$_____

$_____

$_____

$_____

$_____

$_____

$_____

$_____

$_____

Tender No. 1

June 2016

Tenderer’s Initials and Date:

North Bay Jack Garland Airport Corporation

Section 00 41 13

Form of Tender (FT-6)

Rehabilitation of the Airport Electrical Power Supply Systems for both Standard and Emergency Power

LS = Lump Sum

Appendix A = Construction Scope of Work (SOW)

Appendix C = Method of Procedure

– Proposed Construction Scheme (MOP)

Appendices B, D, E, F, G, H, I, J, K, L, M, N, O and P

Item

No.

Section

No.

Item Description Unit Quantity

Unit

Price

Total

4.0

MAINTENANCE GARAGE CONSTRUCTION ITEMS

4.1

4.2

App. A

App. C

App. A

App. C

$_____

$_____

$_____

$_____

4.3

4.4

4.5

4.6

App. A

App. C

App. A

App. C

App. A

App. C

App. A

App. C

Rental and Fencing

Installations

Remove Existing Equipment and Cables

Install New 30kW Generator,

ATS and Associated

Equipment

Install New Tier IV Emissions

Compliant ecoCube and

Associated Structure

(Contractor to provide design of structure)

Install New Diesel Fuel Tank and Associated Fuel Pipes

Install New Switchboard,

Panelboards, Splice Boxes

LS

LS

LS

LS

LS

LS

1

1

1

1

1

1

Sub-Total (Section 4.0)

Transfer to Summary Page

$_____

$_____

$_____

$_____

$_____

$_____

$_____

$_____

$_____

Tender No. 1

June 2016

Tenderer’s Initials and Date:

North Bay Jack Garland Airport Corporation

Section 00 41 13

Form of Tender (FT-7)

Rehabilitation of the Airport Electrical Power Supply Systems for both Standard and Emergency Power

LS = Lump Sum

Appendix A = Construction Scope of Work (SOW)

Appendix C = Method of Procedure

– Proposed Construction Scheme (MOP)

Appendices B, D, E, F, G, H, I, J, K, L, M, N, O and P

Item

No.

Section

No.

Item Description Unit Quantity

Unit

Price

Total

5.0

5.1

5.4

5.3

5.4

5.5

5.6

App. A

App. C

App. A

App. C

App. A

App. C

App. A

App. C

App. A

App. C

App. A

App. C

AIRFIELD ELECTRICAL CENTER CONSTRUCTION ITEMS

Rental and Fencing

Installations

Remove Existing Equipment and Cables

Install New 300kW

Generator, and Associated

Equipment

Install New Tier IV Emissions

Compliant ecoCube and

Associated Structure

(Contractor to provide design of structure)

Install New Diesel Fuel Tank and Associates Fuel Pipes

Install New MV Switchgears, and Transformers

LS

LS

LS

LS

LS

LS

1

1

1

1

1

1

Sub-Total (Section 5.0)

Transfer to Summary Page

$_____

$_____

$_____

$_____

$_____

$_____

$_____

$_____

$_____

$_____

$_____

$_____

$_____

Tender No. 1

June 2016

Tenderer’s Initials and Date:

North Bay Jack Garland Airport Corporation

Section 00 41 13

Form of Tender (FT-8)

Rehabilitation of the Airport Electrical Power Supply Systems for both Standard and Emergency Power

LS = Lump Sum

Appendix A = Construction Scope of Work (SOW)

Appendix C = Method of Procedure

– Proposed Construction Scheme (MOP)

Appendices B, D, E, F, G, H, I, J, K, L, M, N, O and P

Item

No.

Section

No.

Item Description Unit Quantity

Unit

Price

Total

6.0

6.1

BUILDING NO. 5 CONSTRUCTION ITEMS

$_____ $_____

6.2

6.3

App. A

App. C

App. A

App. C

App. A

App. C

Rental and Fencing

Installations

Remove Existing Equipment and Cables

Install New Switchboard,

Panelboards

LS

LS

LS

1

1

1

Sub-Total (Section 6.0)

Transfer to Summary Page

$_____

$_____

$_____

$_____

$_____

Tender No. 1

June 2016

Tenderer’s Initials and Date:

North Bay Jack Garland Airport Corporation

Section 00 41 13

Form of Tender (FT-9)

Rehabilitation of the Airport Electrical Power Supply Systems for both Standard and Emergency Power

LS = Lump Sum

Appendix A = Construction Scope of Work (SOW)

Appendix C = Method of Procedure

– Proposed Construction Scheme (MOP)

Appendices B, D, E, F, G, H, I, J, K, L, M, N, O and P

Item

No.

Section

No.

Item Description Unit Quantity

Unit

Price

Total

7.0

7.1

7.2

7.3

App. A

App. C

App. A

App. C

App. A

App. C

ILS / VOR AND NEW TOWER CONSTRUCTION ITEMS

Rental and Fencing

Installations including New

Tower Generator

Pull Back and Reconnect

Existing Cables

Step Up Transformer “ADM-

T4” Installation

LS

LS

LS

1

1

1

Sub-Total (Section 7.0)

Transfer to Summary Page

$_____

$_____

$_____

$_____

$_____

$_____

$_____

Tender No. 1

June 2016

Tenderer’s Initials and Date:

Tender No. 1

June 2016

North Bay Jack Garland Airport Corporation

Section 00 41 13

Form of Tender (FT-10)

Rehabilitation of the Airport Electrical Power Supply Systems for both Standard and Emergency Power

SUMMARY OF TENDER:

ITEM DESCRIPTION TOTALS

1.0

2.0

General Construction Items

North Bay Hydro Construction Items

3.0

Administration Building Construction

Items

4.0 Maintenance Garage Construction Items

$____________________

N/A

$____________________

$____________________

5.0

Airfield Electrical Center Construction

Items

$____________________

6.0 Building No. 5 Construction Items

7.0

ILS / VOR and New Tower Construction

Items

Sub-Total Price

(Transfer this amount to Page FT-2)

$____________________

$____________________

$____________________

13% HST $____________________

Total Contract $____________________

Tenderer’s Initials and Date:

North Bay Jack Garland Airport Corporation

Section 00 41 13

Form of Tender (FT-11)

Rehabilitation of the Airport Electrical Power Supply Systems for both Standard and Emergency Power

STANDARD TENDER REQUIREMENTS

The Tenderer agrees that, if this tender is accepted by the Owner,

1) He will carry out any additional or extra work (including the supplying of any additional materials or equipment pertaining thereto) or will delete any work as may be required by the Engineer in accordance with the Contract;

2) the carrying out of any work referred to in paragraph 1) above or the issuance by the Engineer of a Contract Change Order relating to such work or the acceptance by the Tenderer of such a Contract Change Order shall not, except as expressly stated in such Contract Change Order, waive or impair any of the terms of the

Contract or of any Contract Change Order previously issued by the Engineer or any of the rights of the Owner or of the Engineer under the Contract;

3) he will pay to the Owner (in addition to amounts payable by the Owner in respect of site supervision of the work) the sum specified in the Contract as liquidated damages for each calendar day that the work under the Contract as expressly modified by all Contract Change Orders issued by the Engineer remains uncompleted after the expiry of the Time for Completion specified in the Contract or the extended time for completion allowed in writing by the Engineer.

The Tenderer agrees that they are not entitled to payment of the Provisional Items except for additional work carried out by them in accordance with the Contract and as directed by the Engineer and only to the extent of such additional work.

The Tenderer agrees that they will furnish the Owner with a copy of their latest financial statement within five (5) days of being requested to do so by the Owner.

The Tenderer agrees that this Tender is subject to a formal contract being prepared and executed.

The Tenderer declares the no person, firm or corporation other than the Tenderer has any interest in this Tender or in the proposed contract for which this Tender is made.

The Tenderer further declares that this Tender is made without any connection, comparison of figures or arrangements with, or knowledge of, any other corporation, firm or person making a tender for the same work and is in all respects fair, and without collusion or fraud.

The Tenderer further declares that no member of the Council and no officer or employee of the Municipality is or will become interested directly or indirectly as a

Contracting party, partner, shareholder, surety or otherwise in or in the performance of

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June 2016

Tenderer’s Initials and Date:

North Bay Jack Garland Airport Corporation

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Rehabilitation of the Airport Electrical Power Supply Systems for both Standard and Emergency Power

the Contract or in the supplies, work or business to which it relates, or in any portion of the profits thereof, or in any of the monies to be derived therefrom.

The Tenderer agrees that he will furnish to the Owner copies of all required

Subcontractor Performance Bonds and Labour and Material Payments Bonds forthwith upon execution of subcontracts with his Owner-approved subcontractors.

The Tenderer agrees to have the works

“Completed” within a time, to be known as the

“Time of Completion”, of:

Completion Date Month Date, 2017

The

“Agreement to Bond” of the ____________________________________________

Company, a Company lawfully doing business in the Province of Ontario, to furnish a

Performance Bond and a Payment Bond in the Owner’s forms of Performance Bond and Payment Bond each in an equal to 100 percent of the Contract Price, or in such greater amount as may be required by the Owner, if this Tender is accepted, is enclosed herewith.

A Tender Deposit in the amount of $_____________ is attached hereto.

Dated at the ______________________________ this _________ day of __________,

2017.

________________________________

Signature of Witness

________________________________

Signature of Tenderer

NOTE:

If the Tender is submitted by or on behalf of a corporation, it must be signed in the name of such corporation by the duly authorized officers and the seal of the corporation must be affixed. If the Tender is submitted by or on behalf of an individual or a partnership a seal must be affixed opposite the signature of the individual or the partner.

Tender No. 1

June 2016

Tenderer’s Initials and Date:

North Bay Jack Garland Airport Corporation

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Rehabilitation of the Airport Electrical Power Supply Systems for both Standard and Emergency Power

YEAR

STATEMENT A

SUMMARY OF TENDERER’S EXPERIENCE

IN SUCCESSFULLY COMPLETED WORKS

DESCRIPTION OF

CONTRACT

FOR WHOM

WORK WAS

PERFORMED

VALUE CONSULTING

ENGINEER

RESPONSIBLE

FOR THE WORK

Tender No. 1

June 2016

Tenderer’s Initials and Date:

North Bay Jack Garland Airport Corporation

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STATEMENT B

QUALIFICATIONS OF TENDERER’S SENIOR SUPERVISORY

STAFF TO BE EMPLOYED ON THIS CONTRACT

NAME APPOINTMENT QUALIFICATION AND

EXPERIENCE

Name of Proposed Site Superintendent, his experience and names of employers over the past five (5) years.

Tender No. 1

June 2016

Tenderer’s Initials and Date:

North Bay Jack Garland Airport Corporation

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STATEMENT C

PROPOSED CONSTRUCTION PLANT

TO BE UTILIZED FOR THE CONTRACT

Present Location

Available or Under

Tenderer’s Control

Description of Plant

To be Rented

To be Purchased

Tender No. 1

June 2016

Tenderer’s Initials and Date:

North Bay Jack Garland Airport Corporation

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STATEMENT D

LIST OF PROPOSED SUB-CONTRACTORS

Section 18 of the Information for Tenderers requires the Tenderer to list on this statement sheet the name of each proposed subcontractor. For the Tenderer’s convenience and to ensure that a complete list is submitted with the tender, a list of possible sub-trades has been printed below. The Tenderer shall make an entry against each possible sub-trade listed either by naming the proposed subcontractor or by entering “by own forces”, whichever applies. No blank spaces are to be left.

If in addition, the Tenderer proposes to sub-let a part of the work which is not listed below, he shall add the sub-trade and the proposed subcontractor’s name to the list.

Failure by a Tenderer to comply with the foregoing requirements may result in his tender being disqualified by the Owner.

Sub-Trade Proposed Sub-Contractor

Mechanical / Piping _____________________________________

Geotechnical Surveying _____________________________________

Locate Surveying _____________________________________

List others as required: _________________________________________________

______________________________________________________________________

______________________________________________________________________

______________________________________________________________________

(This form shall be completed and attached to the Tender Submitted.)

Tender No. 1

June 2016

Tenderer’s Initials and Date:

North Bay Jack Garland Airport Corporation

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Rehabilitation of the Airport Electrical Power Supply Systems for both Standard and Emergency Power

INSTRUCTIONS ON SIGNING

IF THE BIDDER IS A CORPORATION

If the bidder is a Corporation, a duly authorized officer(s) of the Corporation must sign on the signing line above the statement “I have the authority to bind the Corporation”. A witness must sign if a Corporate is not available. If a Corporate seal is available, please affix the seal. The bidder must also complete the COMPANY NAME, NAME OF

PERSON SIGNING, POSITION OF THE PERSON SIGNING, in the space provided.

IF THE BIDDER IS AN INDIVIDUAL

If the bidder is an individual, the bidder must sign in the presence of a witness who must also sign.

IF THE BIDDER IS A PARTNERSHIP

If the bidder is a partnership, at least one partner must sign and that partner warrants that he/she binds the partnership. The Partner(s) must sign in the presence of a witness who must also sign. The bidder must also complete the COMPANY NAME, NAME OF

PERSON SIGNING, POSITION OF PERSON SIGNING, in the space provided.

DATED at ____________________, this ________ day of __________________ 2016.

BIDDER SIGN HERE

_______________________________________________________

(Company Name)

___________________________________ / _________________________________

(Name of Person Signing) (Please Print) (Position of Person Signing)

__________________________________ ________________________________

(Signature of Person Signing)

(“I have authority to bind the Corporation”)

Signature of Witness)

(If applicable)

ALL tender/proposals OR ANY tender/proposal MAY BE REJECTED AND A

CONTRACT MAY BE AWARDED TO ANY CONTRACTOR NOT NECESSARILY THE

LOWEST OR HIGHEST AS THE CASE MAY BE.

NOTE: THIS DOCUMENT MUST BE RETURNED WITH YOUR BID SIGNED.

Tender No. 1

June 2016

Tenderer’s Initials and Date:

North Bay Jack Garland Airport Corporation

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INSTRUCTIONS ON SIGNING

– DESIGNATED JURISDICTIONAL POLICY

We have read and understand the requirements of the Designated Jurisdictional Policy as outlined under Section 36 of the Information to Tenderers. We have also attached the required documents as applicable as outlined under Section 36.

Note: Signing protocol shall be as outlined above.

BIDDER SIGN HERE

_______________________________________________________

(Company Name)

___________________________________ / _________________________________

(Name of Person Signing) (Please Print) (Position of Person Signing)

__________________________________ ________________________________

(Signature of Person Signing)

(“I have authority to bind the Corporation”)

Signature of Witness)

(If applicable)

Tender No. 1

June 2016

Tenderer’s Initials and Date:

North Bay Jack Garland Airport Corporation

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STATUTORY DECLARATION RE TENDER

Tender 1

Dominion of Canada

District of Nipissing

)

)

In the Matter of a Proposed Contract for

Province of Ontario

TO WIT

)

)

City of North Bay in the Province of Ontario

__________________________________________________ Do Solemnly Swear that the several matters stated in the foregoing Tender are in all respects true.

And __________________________________________ make this solemn declaration, conscientiously believing it to be true, and knowing that it is of the same force and effect as if made under oath, and by virtue of “The Canada Evidence Act.”

DECLARED before me at ) _____________________________________ of in the District of

)

)

)

_____________________________________

_____________________________________

_____________________________________ this __________ day of ___________________, 2017.

A Commissioner, etc.

(or Notary Public)

Failure by the Tenderer to include the properly completed Statutory Declaration with this tender may result in the tender being rules invalid by the Owner.

Tender No. 1

June 2016

Tenderer’s Initials and Date:

North Bay Jack Garland Airport Corporation

Section 00 52 13

Form of Agreement - (FA-1)

Rehabilitation of the Airport Electrical Power Supply Systems for both Standard and Emergency Power

NORTH BAY JACK GARLAND AIRPORT CORPORATION

TENDER NO. 1

REHABILITATION OF THE AIRPORT ELECTRICAL POWER SUPPLY

SYSTEMS FOR BOTH STANDARD AND EMERGENCY POWER

FORM OF AGREEMENT

Tender 1

THIS AGREEMENT made in quadruplicate this ____ day of ________________, 2016.

BETWEEN

NORTH BAY JACK GARLAND AIRPORT CORPORATION

(hereinafter called the “North Bay Jack Garland Airport Corporation”)

OF THE FIRST PART

AND

-

(hereinafter called the “Contractor”)

OF THE SECOND PART

WITNESSETH

That the North Bay Jack Garland Airport Corporation and Contractor in consideration of the fulfillment of their respective promises and obligations herein set forth covenant and agree with each other as follows:

ARTICLE 1

A general description of the project is Rehabilitation of the Airport Electrical Power

Supply Systems for Both Standard and Emergency Power.

Tender No. 1

June 2016

Tenderer’s Initials and Date:

North Bay Jack Garland Airport Corporation

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ARTICLE 2

In the event that the Tender provides for and contains a Contingency Allowance,

Provisional or like items it is understood and agreed that the Contractor is not entitled to payment thereof except for extra or additional work, as authorized by the Engineer in writing.

ARTICLE 3

In case of any inconsistency or conflict between the provisions of this Agreement and the Plan or Specifications or Tender or any other document or writing, the provisions of such documents shall take precedence and govern in the following order, namely:

 This Agreement

 Addenda

 Special Provisions

 Appendices

 Information for Tenderers

 Contract Drawings

 Standard Specifications

 Form of Tender

ARTICLE 4

OMIT

ARTICLE 5

The North Bay Jack Garland Airport Corporation covenants with the Contractor that the

Contractor having in all respects complied with the provisions of this Contract, will be paid for and in respect of the works the sum of

______________________________________________________________________

_______________________________________ Dollars ($______________________) subject to Article 2 hereof, and subject to such additions and deductions as may properly be made under the terms hereof, subject to the provision that the North Bay

Jack Garland Airport Corporation may make payments on account monthly or otherwise as may be provided.

Tender No. 1

June 2016

Tenderer’s Initials and Date:

North Bay Jack Garland Airport Corporation

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ARTICLE 6

Where any notice, direction or other communication is required to be or may be given or made by one of the parties hereto or the other or to the Engineer or to his agent, it shall be deemed sufficiently given or made if mailed or delivered in writing to such party or the Engineer at the following addresses:

The Engineer North Bay Jack Garland Airport Corporation c/o Aziz Sene, P.Eng., Ing., exp

885 Regent Street

Sudbury, ON P3E 5M4

Tel: +1.705.647.9681 ex. 3940

Services Inc. (“Engineer”)

The Contractor -

The North Bay Jack Garland Airport Corp. North Bay Jack Garland Airport Corp.

50 Terminal Road, Suite 1

North Bay, ON P1B 8G2

Tel: 705.474.3026

Fax: 705.474.3020

Where any such notice, direction or other communication is given or made to the

Engineer, a copy thereof shall likewise be delivered to any agent of the Engineer appointed in accordance with this Contract and where any such notice, direction or other communication is given or made to such Agent a copy thereof shall likewise be delivered to the Engineer.

ARTICLE 7

A copy of each of the following:

 Addendums

 Information for Tenderers

 Form of Tender

 Form of Agreement

 Performance Bond

 Labour and Material Payment Bond

 Special Provisions

 Contract Drawings

 Appendices is hereto annexed and together with the Plans relating thereto and listed in the

Specifications, are made part of this Contract as fully to all intents and purposes as though recited in full herein.

Tender No. 1

June 2016

Tenderer’s Initials and Date:

North Bay Jack Garland Airport Corporation

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Rehabilitation of the Airport Electrical Power Supply Systems for both Standard and Emergency Power

ARTICLE 8

No implied contract of any kind whatsoever, by or on behalf of the North Bay Jack

Garland Airport Corporation, shall arise or be implied from anything in this Contract contained nor from any position or situation of the parties at any time, it being clearly understood that the express covenants and the agreements herein contained made by the North Bay Jack Garland Airport Corporation shall be the only covenants and agreements upon which any rights against the North Bay Jack Garland Airport

Corporation may be founded.

ARTICLE 9

Time shall be deemed the essence of this Contract.

Date of Completion for this contract is Month Date, 2016.

ARTICLE 10

The Contractor declares that in tendering for the works and in entering into this Contract he has either investigated for himself in the character of the work and all local conditions that might affect his tender or his acceptance of the work, or that not having so investigated, he is willing to assume and does not and does hereby assume all risk of conditions arising or developing in the course of the work which might or could make the work, or any items thereof, more expensive in character, or more onerous to fulfill, than was contemplated or known when the tender was made or the Contract signed. The

Contractor also declares that he did not and does not rely upon information furnished by any methods whatsoever by the North Bay Jack Garland Airport Corporation or its offices or employees, being aware that any information from such sources was and is approximate and speculative only and was not in and manner warranted or guaranteed by the North Bay Jack Garland Airport Corporation.

Tender No. 1

June 2016

Tenderer’s Initials and Date:

North Bay Jack Garland Airport Corporation

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ARTICLE 11

This Contract shall apply to and be binding on the parties hereto and their successors, administrators, executors and assigns and each of them.

IN WITNESS WHEREOF the parties hereto have hereunto set their hands and seals the day and year first above written or caused their corporate seals to be affixed, attested by the signature of their proper officers, as the case may be.

CONTRACTOR

______________________________________________

______________________________________________

Date of Signing

______________________________________________

Witness as to Signature of Contractor

COMPANY SEAL

______________________________________________

NORTH BAY JACK GARLAND AIRPORT CORP.

______________________________________________

Date of Signing

______________________________________________

Tender No. 1

June 2016

Tenderer’s Initials and Date:

North Bay Jack Garland Airport Corporation Special Provisions - (SP-1)

Rehabilitation of the Airport Electrical Power Supply Systems for both Standard and Emergency Power

NORTH BAY JACK GARLAND AIRPORT CORPORATION

TENDER NO. 1

REHABILITATION OF THE AIRPORT ELECTRICAL POWER SUPPLY

SYSTEMS FOR BOTH STANDARD AND EMERGENCY POWER

SPECIAL PROVISIONS

North Bay Jack Garland Airport Corporation Special Provisions - (SP-2)

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SPECIAL PROVISIONS

1. REFERENCES

1.1. References - None Ontario Provincial Standards

Ontario Provincial Standard Specifications (OPSS), Ontario Provincial Standard Drawings

(OPSD), Ministry of Transportation Ontario (MTO) Specifications form part of this contract.

The text of all OPSS’s are contained in the Manual “Ontario Provincial Standard

Specifications”:

Vol. 1 Construction

Vol. 2 Materials

2. CONTRACT DOCUMENTS

The Drawings and Specifications governing the work under this Contract shall include the following:

2.1. Specifications

1. Information for Tenderers

— Attached

2. Form of Tender

— Attached

3. Special Provisions

— Attached

4. Appendix A

— Construction Scope of Work

5. Appendix B

— Photos

6. Appendix C

— Method of Procedure – Proposed Construction Scheme

7. Appendix D

– Pre-Service Requirements

8. Appendix E

– Cable Schedule

9. Appendix F

– Transformer List

10. Appendix G

– Bill of Material

11. Appendix H

– Datasheets and Technical Specifications for Automatic Transfer Switches

12. Appendix I

– Technical Specifications for Short Circuit / Coordination Study / Arc Flash

Hazard Analysis

13. Appendix J

– Technical Specifications for Low Voltage Service Switchboards

14. Appendix K

– Technical Specifications for Microprocessor-Based Metering Equipment

15. Appendix L

– Technical Specifications for Medium Voltage Switchgear and Automatic

Transfer Switch Line-up

16. Appendix M

– Technical Specifications for Panelboards

17. Appendix N

– Datasheets and Technical Specifications for Standby Generators

18. Appendix O

– Technical Specifications for Surge Protective Devices

19. Appendix P

– Datasheets for Transformers

2.2. Ontario Provincial Standard Specifications (Not Applicable)

2.3. Drawings (Attached Separately)

The work to be done under this Contract is shown on the Drawings enumerated in the List of Contract

Documents, above.

The Drawings referred to herein are the Contract Drawings and are made part of the Contract.

Additional drawings, showing details in accordance with which the work is to be constructed will be furnished from time to time by the Engineer if found necessary and shall then become a part thereto.

The Contractor shall be governed by figured dimensions as given on the Drawings. Dimensions as shown may not be accurate to the extent required for fabrication. Where required dimensions are not shown in figures, the Contractor shall obtain such dimensions from the Engineer before proceeding with the construction of the work to which they refer. In every case, detailed drawings shall take precedence over general drawings.

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Relocation of any structural member is only permitted if authorized in writing by the Engineer of

Record.

The Contract Drawings and Contract Documentation are in Metric S.I. units wherever applicable. The

Contractor shall conduct all his survey and layout work including establishing of grades and keeping of records in metric units only.

2.3.1. Working Drawings

Drawing No. Revision No. Drawing Title

E-200 B Drawing List and Legend

E-201

E-202

B

B

E-203

E-204

E-205

E-210

B

B

B

F

Site Layout and Description of Areas

Work Areas and Cable Routing

Site Layout

– Substation and Building No. 5 Power

Site Layout

– Maintenance Garage Power

Site Layout

– Administration Building and New Terminal

Power

Main Electrical Single Line Diagram

E-211

E-212

E-213

E-214

E-215

E-220

E-221

E-222

E-225

E-226

E-227

E-228

E-230

E-232

D

C

C

F

F

F

E

C

D

C

C

D

D

D

Building No. 5 Single Line Diagram

Maintenance Garage Single Line Diagram

Administration (RUPS Room) Single Line Diagram

Airfield Elect. Center Single Line Diagram

Airfield Elect. Center Regulator Room Single Line Diagram

Building No. 5 Panel Schedules and Switchboard Layout

Maintenance Garage Panel Schedules and Switchboard

Layout

Administration Building Panel Schedules and Switchboard

Layout

Building No. 5 Equipment Layout

– General Arrangement

Maintenance Garage Equipment Layout

– General

Arrangement

Administration Equipment Layout

– General Arrangement

Airfield Electrical Center Equipment Layout

– General

Arrangement

Installation Detail

– Existing Pull Pit Layout and Pad Mount

Transformer Grounding Layout

Typical Generator Communication Diagram

E-240

E-241

E-242

E-243

E-244

E-245

S-231

B

B

B

B

B

B

B

Main Airport Metering Network Architecture

Airfield Electrical Center Cable Network Termination Diagram

Building No. 5 Cable Network Termination Diagram

Administration Building Cable Network Termination Diagram

Maintenance Garage Cable Network Termination Diagram

Administration Building Communication Panel Layout

Installation Detail - Typical Fuel Line and Fuel Tank

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2.3.2. Removal Drawings

Drawing No. Revision No. Drawing Title

E-6R B Overall Removals

E-8R B Building No. 5 Removals

E-3R

E-1R

A

A

2.3.3. Reference Drawings

Maintenance Garage Removals

Airfield Electrical Center Removals

Drawing No. Revision No. Drawing Title

E-6 Existing Electrical Single Line Diagram

E-2

E-3

B

Existing Airport IPU System Site Plan and Details

Existing Maintenance Garage and Air Terminal Building

Power

Airfield Elect. Center 300kW Diesel Generator Non-Certified

Vendor Drawings (Sheets 1-10)

E-250

To

E-259

E-260

To

E-272

E-275

B

A

Administration Building 400kE Diesel Generator Non-

Certified Vendor Drawings (Sheets 1-13)

E-276 A

Airfield Elect. Center 300kW Diesel Generator Fuel Tie-In

Non-Certified Vendor Drawing

Administration Building 400kW Diesel Generator Fuel Tie-In

Non-Certified Vendor Drawing

3. WORK TO BE COMPLETED

Refer to Appendix A

– Construction Scope of Work and Appendix C – Method of Procedure –

Proposed Construction Scheme for details of work to be completed.

4. NOT USED

5. NOT USED

6. NOT USED

7. DEFINITIONS

Wherever the term Consultant, Engineer, or Contract Administrator is used, it shall mean the Airport

Manager for the North Bay Jack Garland Airport Corporation or their representative.

Wherever the word North Bay Jack Garland Airport Corporation, Ministry, Municipality or Corporation is used, it shall mean the Corporation of the North Bay Jack Garland Airport Corporation or their representative.

8. DECISION OF THE ENGINEER

The decision of the Engineer shall be final in all matters pertaining to this Contract. All instructions relative to this work shall be delivered or relayed to the Contractor through the Engineer.

All work herein specified must be carried out in strict accordance with these specifications to the satisfaction of the Engineer and the North Bay Jack Garland Airport Corp.

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9. CONTRACTOR SUPERVISION

The Contractor shall maintain on the site at all times a General Superintendent fully qualified to properly direct any progress of the work including the cooperation of work of sub-contractors.

The Contractor shall nominate the Superintendent in writing. Instructions given to the Superintendent shall be deemed given to the Contractor. The Contractor shall also name an alternate employee to act as the superintendent when the above named superintendent is absent from the site.

During periods when work on this Contract is not being carried out, the Contractor shall maintain competent watchmen at the site.

Should the Contractor cease operations under no circumstances shall sub-contractors be allowed to continue to work on the site unless an authorized representative of the Contractor is present on the site at all times. The Contractor shall notify the Engineer in writing of the names and positions of the person or persons so representing the Contractor.

10. COORDINATION MEETINGS

The Contractor shall attend such meetings with the Authority and Utility Companies as may be required by the Engineer to coordinate services affected by the contract.

11. CO-OPERATION WITH OTHERS AND RESTRICTION ON CONSTRUCTION

The Contractor shall cooperate with the Engineer, the Utility Companies and the Municipality in all aspects of the work.

12. WORK AREAS

The Contractor shall confine his operation entirely within the areas indicated on the Contract

Drawings.

Should the Contractor require additional space other than the area specified above for any specific operation, he must obtain a written permission from the affected property North Bay Jack Garland

Airport Corp. and the Engineer.

Contractor's equipment, employee’s cars, dump trucks, sub-contractors’ vehicles, etc. must not be parked within the construction limits or on adjacent side streets. The contractor must locate a suitable location for these vehicles when not in use.

Refer also to the Method of Procedure

– Proposed Construction Scheme attached as Appendix C.

13. PRIVATE LANDS

The Contractor shall not enter upon or occupy with men, equipment or materials of any nature or store any material on any private property unless he has obtained consent from the property North

Bay Jack Garland Airport Corp. and a copy of such consent has been furnished to the Engineer.

14. UNDERGROUND UTILITIES

The location of existing utilities have been shown on the plans according to the best available information to permit the Contractor to prepare his Tender with a knowledge of the existence of such utilities along and across the line of the excavations to be made. Additional information is also available from the North Bay Jack Garland Airport and will be provided upon request.

No responsibility will be assumed by the North Bay Jack Garland Airport Corp. for the correctness or completeness of the drawings with respect to existing utilities and should the Drawings of such be found to be incorrect or incomplete, the Contractor shall have no claim on that account.

Where necessary, the Contractor shall make necessary exploratory excavations to determine location of existing pipes, conduits, etc. This shall include arranging for utility locates on the site. The contractor shall make all subcontractors aware, by written letter, of existing utilities prior to commencing any work on this project by the subcontractor.

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The Contractor shall also be responsible for maintenance of services if any utility or underground works are damaged by his operations. No extra compensation shall be allowed for any delays caused by repairs or maintenance of service to existing utilities or underground works.

15. NOTICES TO UTILITIES

When work on the Contract is to be carried out in the vicinity of gas pipelines, watermains, sewers, telephone and telegraph lines, electric power lines, and other works or structures connected with these utilities the Contractor shall, before commencing work, and except in those cases which, in the opinion of the Engineer, are emergencies, give the North Bay Jack Garland Airport Corp. notice of the said utilities not less than 48 hours’ in writing, with a copy to the Engineer.

In the event of an emergency, the Contractor shall advise the utility and the North Bay Jack Garland

Airport Corp. verbally, but at the earliest opportunity such verbal notice shall be confirmed in writing with a copy to the Engineer.

16. PROTECTION OF UTILITIES AND STRUCTURES

Before commencing work in any area of the Contract, the Contractor shall notify all Public Utility

Companies of his methods of treatment with regard to utilities and shall have the Utility Companies locate any existing utilities in that area. From this information, the Contractor shall, at his own expense, sustain in their places and protect from direct or indirect injury, except as specified otherwise, any and all poles and posts, overhead wires, fences, watermains, gas mains, public and private wells, sewers and drains, conduits, cables, service pipes, buildings, dwellings and all other structures or property in the vicinity of his work whether above ground or underground.

The Contractor shall assume all risks and be responsible for all expense, damages and claims, etc., attending the presence or proximity of any gas and water pipes, public or private sewers or drains, electric power and telephone conduits and wires and all other underground, surface or overhead structures which cross, or appear in the trench, tunnel or other excavations or any part of the work or are parallel with or adjacent to, but outside of, the said work.

Where concrete including unshrinkable fill, steel or timber is ordered in writing by the Engineer to be placed for the permanent support, or protection of utilities or other structures in or adjacent to the excavation, such concrete, steel or timber shall be supplied and installed at the expense of the North

Bay Jack Garland Airport Corp. or under an appropriate provisional item.

The Contractor shall be responsible for the protection of all Utilities, fences and private property at the job site during the time of construction.

The failure of the Engineer to order necessary precautionary measures, protective work or any other requirements shall not relieve the Contractor of the responsibility for the prevention of damage to the project, buildings, or other surface or sub- surface structures, or for accidents to persons, whether employed on the project or not, which might result from such failure to install, place or use such precautionary measures, protective work or other requirements. Furthermore, the fact that the

Engineer does order precautionary measures, protective work or other requirements shall not relieve the Contractor from any of his responsibilities under this Contract.

The Authority will be responsible for the relocation of utilities where required. However, no claims will be considered which are based on delays or inconvenience resulting from the relocation not being completed before the start of this Contract.

Relocations approved by the Contract Administrator that cannot be made prior to commencement of construction shall be coordinated by the Contractor. The cost for this work will be invoiced directly to the North Bay Jack Garland Airport Corporation. The Contractor will not receive any payments for coordinating utility relocations.

The location and depth of underground utilities shown on the Contract drawings, are based on the investigations made by the Authority. It is, however, the Contractor's responsibility to contact the appropriate agencies for further information in regard to the exact location of all utilities, to exercise

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the necessary care in construction operations and to take such other precautions as are necessary to safeguard the utilities from damage.

17. SURFACE AND GROUND WATER

The Contractor shall maintain the sites of the works and the works free of surface and ground water so that construction may be carried out in the dry.

The disposal of surface and ground water from the works shall be the responsibility of the Contractor and shall be carried out to the satisfaction of the Engineer. The Contractor will not be allowed to discharge water from the work onto private lands, except into existing drainage courses, unless allowed otherwise by the North Bay Jack Garland Airport Corp. of the affected land.

Where existing drains, sewers, or ditching of any kind are disturbed during the course of the work, they are to be reinstated by the Contractor to the satisfaction of the Engineer, at the expense of the

Contractor. If, however, the condition of the existing sewer or drain pipe, in the opinion of the

Engineer warrants replacement, the North Bay Jack Garland Airport Corp. will pay the Contractor for the removal of the existing pipe and installation of a new section of sewer or drain. However, such work must be authorized by the North Bay Jack Garland Airport Corp. before replacement commence.

Under no circumstances is the ground water or surface water to be allowed to enter the sanitary sewer.

18. WATER

The Contractor shall make their own arrangements for the supply of water required for construction and maintenance purposes and such costs shall be deemed to be included in the total contract price for the work.

19. TEMPORARY BUILDINGS

The location of all temporary buildings, used for construction purposes, must be submitted to the

Engineer for approval before erection work commences.

Temporary buildings must be kept clean, free from nuisances so as not to become a danger to the adjoining properties.

The relocation of temporary buildings within the limits of contract when ordered by the Engineer shall be at the Contractor’s expense.

20. SANITARY REQUIREMENTS

The Contractor shall prohibit the committing of nuisance on site by forces under his control and any employee found violating such provisions shall be removed from the site immediately.

Throughout the period of the Contract, the Contractor shall provide suitable and adequate toilet facilities for all persons employed on the work subject to approval of type, size and location by the local authorities and the Engineer.

The facilities shall be maintained in proper sanitary condition, frequently disinfected and when directed by the Engineer, shall be removed from the works. Any contaminated soil and materials shall be removed and replaced with fresh clean material and the site left in a clean sanitary condition.

21. FIRST AID

The Contractor shall provide and maintain on the site where construction is being carried out, completely equipped first aid facilities in a clean orderly condition, which shall be readily accessible at all times to all his employees and the Engineer and their staff.

The Contractor shall designate certain employees who are properly instructed to be in charge of first aid. At least one such employee shall always be available on the site while work is being carried on. A telephone call list for summoning aid such as doctors, ambulances, and rescue squads from outside sources shall be conspicuously posted.

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22. SURVEY MARKERS

The Contractor shall protect and preserve Standard Iron Bars during the course of construction and any bars removed or bent which is attributable to the Contractor's operations must be replaced by an

Ontario Land Surveyor and the cost of such replacement borne by the Contractor.

23. DISPOSAL AND MANAGEMENT OF SURPLUS MATERIAL

All surplus material shall be managed in accordance with OPSS 180.

All material excavated in carrying out the work of the various tender items included in this contract, which is unsuitable or is surplus to the requirements for backfill or embankment construction, shall be disposed of in locations as arranged by the Contractor and approved by the Airport. Once all locations designated by the Airport are filled, then it is a requirement of the Contractor to locate a suitable disposal area. There is no compensation for hauling, placing and trimming the excavated material at the disposal area. A letter of acceptance from the property owner is to be provided to the

Engineer.

Restoration of the disposal area, using topsoil, sod or seed, and mulch will be completed by the

Contractor to the satisfaction of the Engineer. The Engineer will have the final decision whether the condition of the disposal site is satisfactory.

The Contractor shall maintain a stockpile of excess surplus select backfill material from other excavation locations on the construction site, by suitably organizing his construction operation. This stockpile is to be used when insufficient backfill is available due to rock and peat removal, or used in a location where fill is required.

The Contractor is responsible for the disposal of all excess backfill when there is no longer a requirement for it within the contract.

24. NIGHT WORK

Night work will be permitted by the Airport.

25. DEFINITION OF CONSTRUCTOR

In order to avoid any misunderstanding as to the nature of the work to be performed herein, the

Contractor by executing this contract, unequivocally acknowledges that it is the Constructor within the meaning of the Occupational Health and Safety Act and the Contractor undertakes to carry out the duties and responsibilities of a constructor with respect to the work.

It is specifically drawn to the attention of the tenderer that the Occupational Health and Safety Act provides in addition to other matters that,

“A constructor shall ensure, on a project undertaken by the constructor that,

1. the measures and procedures prescribed by this Act and the regulations are carried out on the project;

2. every employer and every worker performing work on the project complies with this Act and the regulations; and,

3. the health and safety of workers on the project is protected.

26. COMPLIANCE WITH THE OCCUPATIONAL HEALTH & SAFETY ACT

.1 The Contractor acknowledges its duties as an employer and a supervisor under the

Occupational Health & Safety Act and under the applicable regulations and, in particular, that the Contractor shall take every precaution reasonable under the circumstances for the protection of a worker.

.2 The Contractor acknowledges possession of a copy of the Occupational Health & Safety Act and the applicable regulations for this contract.

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.3 The Contractor shall provide the North Bay Jack Garland Airport Corp. a list of equipment, materials and personal protective devices to be used by the Contractor in carrying out the work in the contract.

.4 The Contractor shall provide the North Bay Jack Garland Airport Corp. a copy of his written

Occupational Health & Safety policy and shall also adhere to, the North Bay Jack Garland

Airport Corp.’s Occupational Health & Safety Policy.

.5 The Contractor agrees that the City may stop the work, without any claim or penalty by the

Contractor, in the event that the work is being carried out without the equipment, materials or protective devices listed by the Contractor or in the event that the work is not being carried out in compliance with the Occupational Health & Safety policy of the Contractor.

.6 In the event of non-compliance by the Contractor with the Occupational Health & Safety Act, the City may exercise all such remedies as would apply for the improper performance of any other aspect of the contract, including the right to stop the work as set out above.

.7 The Contractor releases and discharges the City from any claim or demand for any action taken by the City to exercise its duties of due diligence under the Occupational Health &

Safety Act.

.8 The Contractor agrees to obtain similar acknowledgments as set out above from any subcontractors listed in the tender submission by the Contractor.

.9 The Contractor agrees to attend an orientation meeting with the City prior to commencing any work on the project to review its duties under the Occupational Health & Safety Act.

.10 Safety, Health and Loss Handbook for Municipal Operations

The Contractor shall receive copies of this handbook at the pre- construction meeting. The

Contractor is encouraged to follow the policies and procedures as set out in this handbook to ensure an accident free work site. This manual does not supersede any part of the

Occupational Health & Safety Act, but is meant to provide specific instructions with regard to the North Bay Jack Garland Airport Corp.’s high regard for safety and health loss control.

.11 Safe Practice Guide Waterworks Operations 1/91

Section 11 Distribution - Clause 205 Electrical Current on Water Pipes

This clause shall be reviewed by the Contractor and he should be prepared to discuss his policy with regards to electrical current on existing water services and procedures to be carried out prior to digging up and making connections to services.

27. LIST OF DESIGNATED SUBSTANCES

In accordance with the Occupational Health and Safety Act, R.S.O. 1990, c. 5.30, the Contractor is advised of the presence of the following Designated Substances.

The Contractor is advised that the Designated Substances silica (Ontario Regulation Number

521/92), lead (519/92) and arsenic (508/92) are generally present throughout the Working Area, occurring naturally or as a result of vehicle emissions. Exposure to these substances may occur as a result of activities by the Contractor such as sweeping, grinding, crushing, drilling, blasting, cutting and abrasive blasting.

28. CARRIER SAFETY COMPLIANCE

.1 Definitions

For the purposes of this Special Provision, the following terms shall have the meanings set forth in this section:

"Business Day" means any day which is not (i) a Saturday or a Sunday or

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a day observed as a holiday under the laws of the Province of Ontario or the federal laws of

Canada applicable to the Province of Ontario.

"Commercial Motor Vehicle" is as defined under section 16 of the Highway Traffic Act, R.S.O.

1990, c.H.8, as amended.

"CVOR Abstract" means a Level 2 CVOR Abstract obtained from the Ministry.

"CVOR Certificate" means a Commercial Vehicle Operator's Registration certificate issued under the Highway Traffic Act, R.S.O. 1990, c.H.8, as amended.

"CVOR Holder” means a person to whom a CVOR Certificate was issued that has not been canceled.

"Ministry" means the Ontario Ministry of Transportation.

"Person" means an individual, corporation, partnership, joint venture, association, trust, pension fund, union, governmental agency, board, tribunal, ministry, commission or department and the heirs, beneficiaries, executors, legal representatives or administrators of a person to whom the context can apply according to law.

"Unacceptable CVOR Record

” means a CVOR Abstract in which either:

1) rated Aconditional @ or Aunsatisfactory @ under the Ministry’s Carrier Safety Rating

Program;

2) The "Current Violation Rate" exceeds the "Threshold Default @ or "Threshold Override", for unrated carriers;

3) "INT" (interview) appears as an "Event" and the date of either "event" is within six (6) months of the date on which the CVOR Abstract is provided to the Ministry or Contractor, as the case may be, for unrated carriers;

4) The value recorded in the "Threshold Override" is .9999.

"Work" means the total services required by the contract documents.

"Working Area" means all the lands and easements owned or acquired by the Ministry for the

Work.

.2 Contractor Operation of a Commercial Motor Vehicle

Where the Contractor is a CVOR Holder who intends to operate a Commercial Motor Vehicle in the performance of the Contract or in the haulage of materials to, on or from the Working

Area, the Contractor shall provide to the Ministry a copy of the Contractor’s CVOR Abstract on the following days: i. The first CVOR Abstract shall be provided before the Contractor operates a

Commercial Motor Vehicle in the performance of the Contract or in the haulage of materials to, on or from the Working Area, and ii. CVOR Abstracts shall be provided on each January 1, April 1, July 1, and October (or the first Business Day thereafter) during the period of the Contract.

The search date recorded on any CVOR Abstract shall not exceed thirty (30) days from the date that it is provided to the Contract Administrator.

If, at any time, the Contractor holds an Unacceptable CVOR Record, the Contractor shall advise immediately the Ministry.

A contractor, holding an unacceptable CVOR record, shall not operate their

Commercial Motor Vehicles in the performance of the contract or in the haulage of materials to or from the working area unless the contractor can demonstrate that it is not feasible, in the opinion of the North Bay Jack Garland Airport Corp., to sub-

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contract that portion of the work, in which case the contractor shall be permitted to operate their vehicles subject to the following:

1) Within 10 days, produce a plan confirming that drivers and vehicles safety programs are in place to ensure full compliance with the Highway Traffic Act and National Safety Code; and

2) Where a contractor fails to achieve the Performance Criteria outlined below the contractor's bidding privileges on future work may be revoked. a) Performance Measure applicable before the introduction of the New

Carrier Rating Program: Achieve a 25%« reduction in the carrier's accident, detentions and convictions every six months of the contract.

Performance Measure applicable after the introduction of the New

Carrier Rating Program.

For Rated Carriers: Achieve a Satisfactory Rating under the Ministry’s

Carrier Safety Rating Program within six months of the date the plan is submitted to the Ministry.

For Unrated Carriers: Reduce the violation rate of accidents, detentions and convictions to under 65%» of threshold within 6 months of the date the plan is submitted to the Ministry.

3) Provisions 1) and 2) are in addition to any carrier interventions or sanctions imposed through the Ministry’s CVOR program.

.3 Subcontractor and Other Operation of a Commercial Motor Vehicle

The Contractor shall, at all times throughout the duration of the Contract, ensure that no

CVOR Holder with an Unacceptable CVOR Record works, directly or indirectly, for the

Contractor in the operation of a Commercial Motor Vehicle in the performance of the Contract or in the haulage of materials to, on or from the Working Area. The Contractor shall require its subcontractors, in turn, to require compliance with this clause from any Person with whom they contract.

Prior to any CVOR Holder operating a Commercial Motor Vehicle in the performance of the

Contract or in the haulage of materials to, on or from the Working Area, the Contractor shall examine the CVOR Abstract of every CVOR Holder with which it intends to subcontract, directly or indirectly, to operate a Commercial Motor Vehicle in the performance of the

Contract or in the haulage of materials to, on or from the Working Area.

The search date of any CVOR Abstract shall not exceed thirty (30) days from the date that it is provided to the Contractor.

Before the Contractor subcontracts, directly or indirectly, with any CVOR Holder to operate a

Commercial Motor Vehicle in the performance of the Contract or in the haulage of materials to, on or from the Working Area, the Contractor shall provide the CVOR Holder's name and

CVOR Certificate number to the Contract Administrator.

The Contractor shall retain copies of all CVOR Abstracts for examination by the ministry, upon request. If a CVOR Holder holds an Unacceptable CVOR Record at any time during the period of the Contract, the Contractor shall ensure that such CVOR Holder does not operate a Commercial Motor Vehicle in the performance of the Contract or in the haulage of materials to, on or from the Working Area, and shall inform the ministry in writing within five (5)

Business Days of becoming aware, having exercised all due diligence, of such CVOR Holder having an Unacceptable CVOR Record.

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29. CONSTRUCTION NOISE CONSTRAINTS

Noise Sensitive Areas

This special provision covers the requirements for control of construction noise produced by the

Contractor’s operations. With the exception of any exemptions from municipal noise control bylaws that may be indicated elsewhere in the Contract, these requirements do not relieve the Contractor of other obligations imposed by statute or by municipal bylaw.

Noise constraints in noise sensitive areas are as follows:

Constraint

Equipment Maintenance

Noise Sensitive Area Limits

Within the Entire Contract Limits

Constraint Details

Equipment shall be maintained in an operating condition that prevents unnecessary noise, including but not limited to non-defective muffler systems, properly secured components, and the lubrication of moving parts.

Equipment Operation Idling of equipment shall be restricted to the minimum necessary to perform the specified work.

30. IDENTIFICATION OF LOCAL MOE OFFICE

Notification to the Ministry of the Environment (MOE), that may be required elsewhere in the Contract shall be provided to 447 McKeown Avenue, P.O. Box 6000, North Bay, ON, P1B 8L2.

31. PROTECTION OF UTILITY LINES

The Contractor shall include in the Contract bid price for the various tender items all costs deemed necessary by the Utility authorities to provide all protective measures within the limits of the Contract.

The Contractor shall remain responsible for any unauthorized disruptions of service and any damage to utilities arising out of the Contractor’s work, notwithstanding such protection. The Utility authorities will carry out all the work of temporary rearranging and shielding of lines deemed necessary. The cost of all such protective measures, together with the cost of restoring the lines to their original state and location, will be at the expense of the Contractor, and will be billed to the Contractor by the Utility authority.

Whenever, in the opinion of the Utility authority, standby crews are necessary during blasting operations, the Contractor shall make the necessary arrangements with the Utility authority and the cost of such crews and equipment shall be billed to the Contractor by the Utility authority. These measures will apply to those utilities located within all blasting areas.

The Contractor shall notify in writing the appropriate Utility Companies of construction commencement, with a copy submitted to the Contract Administrator within 3 business days of being granted permission to start work.

32. ENVIRONMENTAL CONSIDERATIONS

.1 General

.1 It is a responsibility of the contractor that all his personnel be sufficiently instructed so that the work is carried out in a manner consistent with minimizing environmental insult.

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Contractors are informed that the Ministry may assign full or part-time on-site inspectors whose sole responsibilities are to ensure compliance with environmental objectives.

.2 This section outlines the general requirements of the environmental considerations, and will be specified in more detail as required in the special clauses of these documents.

.2 Working Areas

.1 The Contractor shall confine his operation to the limits of all permanent and working easements shown on the Drawings. All activities shall be confined to the designated limits of all the working area.

.2

.3

.4

All such easements will be negotiated by the Engineer and will include such access routes as deemed necessary for ease of construction.

Should the Contractor wish to obtain access to the easements by way of other than public streets, or access routes already set out, he shall obtain written permission in a form to be approved by the Engineer, from the property North Bay Jack Garland Airport

Corporations involved and shall furnish the Engineer with a copy of such permission. The

Contractor shall indemnify and save harmless the North Bay Jack Garland Airport Corp. and its agents from all claims and shall assume all liabilities arising from all claims and shall assume all liabilities arising from such permission. All access roads shall be constructed by the Contractor only at locations approved by the Engineer. The cost of additional access shall be the responsibility of the Contractor and shall not be considered as an extra to the Contract.

Snow fencing shall be installed to clearly define the working limits. Haul routes, parking, access routes, and maintenance areas shall also be fenced to ensure that activity is confined to these areas.

.3 Refueling Areas

.1 The Contractor shall undertake a detailed review of his proposed route of construction to plan access routes and fueling areas. Refueling and maintenance of equipment shall not be undertaken in or adjacent to the watercourses. Suitable fueling and maintenance fueling shall be conducted in these areas. The locations of such areas are subject to approval by the Engineer. Procedures for the interception and rapid clean- up and disposal of spillages that do occur shall be submitted to the Engineer for review prior to starting work. All materials required for cleanup of fuel spillages shall be maintained readily accessible on site.

.2 The exception to this fueling location requirement shall be generators, cranes, backhoes or shovels which may be fueled at other than the designated fueling area. However, no fueling of backhoes shall be carried out within 30 meters of any watercourse. This requirement may be relaxed at the discretion of the Engineer by use of no spill fueling facilities.

.4 Clearing of Vegetation

.1 Prior to clearing of vegetation the route of the proposed works shall be examined to identify significant environmental features which must be maintained. Particular attention shall be given to any natural wildlife habitats located within the working areas. Trees which can be preserved shall be protected by snow fencing or equivalent placed around the drip line.

.2 In general, clearing and grubbing shall be kept to a minimum. Vegetative cover shall be removed only slightly in advance of actual construction. Clearing and grubbing shall be performed in the manner stated herein or as found on the Contract Drawings.

.5 Stockpiles

.1 Stockpiles of a semi-permanent nature, e.g. topsoil, excess excavated material, shall be located and protected to ensure minimum environmental interference.

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.6 Restoration

– General

.1 In general, the entire site shall be restored to a state equal or if specified elsewhere to a condition better than existing conditions.

.2

.7 Noise and Dust Control

.1 All vehicles and equipment shall be equipped with efficient muffling devices to minimize noise levels in the project area. In particular, construction equipment such as compressors, gas diesel driven engines, pavement breakers shall be equipped with efficient mufflers.

.2

Restoration shall not be undertaken as a final project task but shall be initiated as soon as backfilling and compaction activities have been completed.

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.4

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The Contractor shall establish and maintain site procedures consistent with the objective that noise levels from the construction area shall be minimized.

In areas where some permanent installations, such as tunnel shafts, are required other devices such as artificial barriers, berms, etc. shall be used to minimize noise levels.

The Contractor shall undertake all dust control measures to prevent dust nuisances resulting from any phase of his operation. Dust control practices shall be carried out at all locations on site or on adjacent roads.

Permitted dust control measures include the applications water. The use of calcium chloride is not permitted.

The transporting of excessively dusty materials such as cement must be carried out in covered haulage vehicles.

.8 Protection of Trees

.1 The Contractor shall be responsible for the protection of tops, trunks and roots of existing trees on project site that are to remain. Existing trees subject to construction damage shall be fenced before any work is started. Wherever possible, do not permit heavy equipment or stockpiles within branch spread. Remove interfering branches without injury to trunks an over scars immediately with tree paint such as "Sturgeon's Tree Wound

Dressing".

.2

.3

Where excavating, filling, or grading is required within the branch spread of trees that are to remain, the work shall be performed as follows:

Trenching - When trenching occurs around trees to remain, the tree roots shall not be cut but the trench shall be tunneled under or around the roots by careful hand digging and without injury to the roots. Any roots over 25mm which are damaged, shall be treated immediately with tree paint.

.9 Cleaning Equipment

.1 Do not clean equipment in streams or lakes.

.2 Clean construction equipment prior to entering roadways

.3 Do not clean equipment in locations where debris can gain access to sewers or watercourses.

.10 Spills

.1 Report immediately any spills causing damage to environment to the Spills Action Centre,

Telephone 1-800-268-6060.

.2

.3

Submit procedures for interception, rapid clean up and disposal of spillages that may occur, for Engineer's review, prior to commencing work.

Be prepared at all times to intercept, clean up and dispose of any spillage that may occur whether on land or water.

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.4 Keep all materials required for cleanup of spillages readily accessible on site.

.11 Use of herbicides and pesticides

.1 Coordinate use of herbicides and pesticides into sewers or watercourses.

.12 Disposal

.1 Do not empty fuel, lubricants, or pesticides into sewers or watercourses.

.2 Dispose of all construction debris in an approved location.

.13 Erosion Control Measures

.1 Removal of vegetation from sloped approaches to watercourses to be kept to a minimum.

.2

.3

.4

Excavate and stabilize temporary channel beds prior to any diversion of flow.

Compact, stabilize and rip-rap banks and river beds that have been disturbed or damaged during construction.

Provide splash pads where water is discharged into watercourses.

.5 Removal of vegetation from slopes to be kept to a minimum.

.14 Workplace Hazardous Material Information System (WHMIS)

.1 Reporting

Prior to the commencement of work, the Contractor shall provide, to the Engineer, a list of those products controlled under WHMIS which he expects to use on the contract.

Related Material Safety Data Sheets shall accompany the submission. All containers used in the application of products controlled under WHMIS shall be labeled.

The Contractor shall notify the Engineer of changes to the list in writing and provide relevant Material

Safety Data Sheets.

33. PROJECT SPECIFIC SPECIAL PROVISIONS

33.1. GENERAL

1. Payments will be made on the basis of the lump sum prices bid and the unit prices bid in the

Tender, and in accordance with the Ontario General Conditions of Contract.

2. The prices bid for various items of work, unless specifically noted otherwise, shall include the supply of all labour, PLANT, MATERIAL and PRODUCT equipment necessary to construct

THE WORK in accordance with the specifications.

3. The prices bid for supply and installation shall be full compensation for supplying, hauling, installing, cleaning, testing, and placing in service together with all other work subsidiary and incidental thereto for which separate payment is not provided elsewhere.

4. The method of measurement of the quantities for payment and the basis for payment will be in accordance with the following items of this section or as detailed in the various specifications contained in this document. All measurement will be done by the

CONTRACTOR using generally accepted field survey methods. Stationing interval for volume calculations shall not exceed 15m.

5. Where the Tender shows separate items for supply and installation, the unit prices or lump sum prices bid for supply shall include supplying, delivering, loading, unloading and all allowances for handling, storage, breakage and waste. Payment will be made only for

MATERIAL actually installed in THE WORK.

6. Progress Payment for supply-only items shall be made only for MATERIAL and PRODUCT on the WORKSITE and in the CONTRACTOR’S care, and shall then become the Property of the NORTH BAY JACK GARLAND AIRPORT CORP.

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7. Other materials on site, whether existing structures, vegetation, topsoil, gravel, sand or other excavated or piled materials, are the property of the NORTH BAY JACK GARLAND

AIRPORT CORP. or of the North Bay Jack Garland Airport Corp. of the land on which THE

WORK is located. Only those materials specifically noted in the specification or on drawings as belonging to the CONTRACTOR shall become the CONTRACTOR’S property. For the purpose of this contract, any materials called for OFF-SITE disposal belong to the Contractor.

On-site disposal shall imply the materials belong to the NORTH BAY JACK GARLAND

AIRPORT CORP. and that disposal shall be in designated areas on the airport property.

8. Where there are excess excavated materials, unsuitable materials excavated or materials of any kind that are excavated but not used in THE WORK, such materials are not the property of the CONTRACTOR unless authorized in writing by the ENGINEER or specified to be disposed of by the CONTRACTOR.

33.2. CONTRACTORS SURVEYING REQUIREMENTS

1. Contractor to utilize a qualified surveyor, licensed to practice in Place of Work, acceptable to

Engineer. Surveyor to use appropriate equipment to achieve construction tolerances.

2. Existing base horizontal and vertical control points are designated on drawings. Locate, confirm and protect control points prior to starting site work. Preserve permanent reference points during construction

3. Establish permanent benchmarks as required on site, referenced to established benchmarks by survey control points.

4. Establish lines and levels, locate and layout, by instrumentation.

5. Stake for grading, fill and topsoil placement as required. Other grading methods such as string lines, etc. that may be applicable to the project may be considered, but will require acceptance by the Engineer.

6. Maintain a complete, accurate log of control and survey work as it progresses. Record locations of maintained, re-routed and abandoned service lines, to be used in as-built survey data.

7. Requirements for As-built survey are described in special provisions - Item 1.1.

33.3. LUMP SUM ITEMS

1. Payments will be made on the basis of the following: a) Lump Sum items in the Form of Tender

2. Changes in THE WORK for items not covered by unit prices, in accordance with the Ontario

General Conditions of Contract.

3. For each Lump Sum item in the Schedule of Breakdown Prices, the ENGINEER will, in cooperation with the CONTRACTOR, estimate the percentage of the item completed at the end of the payment period.

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UNIT PRICE CONTRACTS SPECIAL PROVISIONS AND BASIS

OF MEASUREMENT AND PAYMENT

The following sections are intended to provide supplemental detail to the contract items listed in the

Form of Tender, the associated specifications and the Contract Drawings. All of the information presented should be considered as a whole. The Contractor is advised that not all items within the

Form of Tender may have an associated Special Provision.

GENERAL SPECIAL PROVISIONS

A. Provisions for Airport Activities

.1 During construction, the airport will remain in operation. The Contractor shall co-ordinate all efforts with the Airport Manager and the Engineer. In the event of conflicting traffic movement, all construction vehicles and personnel shall give way to aircraft. Aircraft shall have the

RIGHT-OF- WAY at all times.

.2 No construction related vehicles or traffic shall travel on areas which are not part of the project limits without receiving prior permission from the Engineer.

.3 Construction equipment and stockpiled materials shall be restricted to areas of construction areas or as indicated by the Contract Administrator. For the purpose of this contract, the

Contractor shall use the Contractor Yard/Staging Area as shown on the Contract Drawings.

.4 At the completion of each day, the excavation areas directly abutting existing airside pavement areas are to be backfilled to grade or sloped at 2%o maximum. Any open excavations shall be marked with barricades and red steady burning warning lights.

.5 The barricades must be securely supported (sand bags). Do not use pegs or nails for fastening into pavements. The Contractor will be responsible for ensuring the condition of the barricades and lights are in good working order throughout the project.

.6 The Contactor is advised to review the Construction Staging Drawings and the Plan of

Construction Operations appended as Appendix C. These plans will provide an overview of how construction should be planned with respect to airport operations. The Contractor must take all of this information into consideration when executing this work and for bidding purposes.

.7 The ENGINEER shall provide the Contractor with a copy of the document entitled TP312

Aerodrome Standards and Recommended Practices, 5th Edition.

B. Employment and Materials

.1 The Contractor and any Subcontractor of the Contractor will, respective of the construction to be carried out under this contract:

1. Employ only residents of Canada, and;

2. In employing persons, refrain from discriminating against any person by reason of race, religious views or political affiliations.

3. Preference shall be given to hiring of local labour.

.2 Preference shall be given to the incorporation of Canadian products for this project.

C. Schedule, Plan of Construction and Safety Plan

.1 The Contractor shall furnish the Contract Administrator with a Schedule of Construction at the

Pre-Construction Meeting showing the proposed rate of progress of construction in weekly stages and detailed sequencing of operations.

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.2 If so instructed, the Contractor shall revise the Schedule to meet the project requirements.

.3 The Contractor shall do everything reasonably possible to assure the progress of construction does not fall behind the schedule of construction approved by the Contract Administrator.

.4 The Contractor shall supply the Contract Administrator with an updated schedule at the beginning of every working week to reflect the changes in the rate of progress and sequencing of operations.

.5 At the start of construction, in addition to a schedule, the Contractor shall submit a detailed work program outlining all of resources required and the work plan for each construction stage. This plan shall clearly identify location of entry/exit, security personnel positioning, planned construction operations within the work area, emergency plans etc. The purpose of this document is to ensure the work program has been well thought-out prior to entering the planned work zones. No work will be permitted on-site until this plan is approved and reviewed by the Engineer and Airport.

.6 The Contractor is expected to plan the construction schedule based on at least a six (6) day work week from Monday to Saturday, with daytime and nighttime hours. Schedule to assume at least a sixteen (16) hour work day.

D. Existing Lighting

.1 Schedule all new construction to minimize disruption to the existing lighting facilities. The existing lighting facilities in the open areas of runway or taxiway must be left in full working order prior to dusk at the end of each day. Under no circumstances is the existing lighting to be left non-operational at the end of a working day. Make all temporary connections necessary and repair any damage to the existing lighting facilities to ensure they are fully operational at all times. There will be no separate payment for this item and cost of same being deemed to be included in the unit prices for the Contract.

E. Construction Safety Measures

.1 Observe and enforce construction safety measures as required by the National Building Code

1990, Part 8, Occupational Health and Safety Act and Regulations for Construction Projects,

Revised Statutes of Ontario 1980, Chapter 321, Revised Regulations of Ontario 1980,

Regulation 691, as amended by O.Reg. 156/84 and O.Reg. 635/86 and Ontario Regulation

714/82, Workmen’s Compensation Board and municipal statutes and authorities. (Ensure the most recent versions of these documents are available and referenced).

.2 In the event of conflict between any provisions of above authorities the most stringent provision governs.

.3

Where applicable the Contractor shall be designated “Constructor" as defined by Ontario Act.

.4 Ensure no part of the work is subjected to a load which will endanger its safety or will cause permanent deformation.

.5 Comply with the requirements of the Workplace Hazardous Materials Information System

(WHMIS) regarding use, handling, storage and disposal of hazardous materials; and regarding labeling and the provision of material safety data sheets (MSDS) acceptable to

Labour Canada.

F. Environmental Protection

.1 Observe and comply with all effective environmental legislation and regulations.

.2 Fires and burning of rubbish on site is not permitted.

.3 Do not bury rubbish and waste materials on site.

.4 Do not dispose of waste or volatile materials, such as mineral spirits, oil or paint thinner into waterways, storm or sanitary sewers.

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.5 Provide sufficient suitable refuse containers throughout the site to receive and control construction waste. Keep containers closed to prevent contents from blowing around the site.

.6 Control emissions from equipment and plant to local authorities’ emission requirements.

.7 Prevent sandblasting and other extraneous materials from contaminating air beyond application areas.

.8 Protection of the environment is considered to be of prime importance during this project.

Progress payments will not be made to the Contractor while any requirements for

Environmental Protection are outstanding.

.9 Directions given by the Engineer with respect to action to be taken to correct environmental deficiencies must be acted upon immediately. In the event that deficiencies in the work are not corrected, then the Engineer will take the necessary action for correction purposes and will deduct the cost thereof from any monies due to the Contractor.

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ITEM SPECIAL PROVISIONS

MOBILIZATION/DEMOBILIZATION ETC.

.1 Payment for the following items shall be lump sum and include: a) All labour, equipment, and material required to bring equipment and materials to the site, and to remove equipment and surplus materials from the site; b) The supply, installation, maintenance and removal of a site privy, for use by all site forces; c) The supply, erection, maintenance and ultimate removal of all traffic control signs for detours, road closures, etc. if required by the local road authority. d) The application of water for dust control. e)

The Contractor’s storage area/staging area will be designated in the area as shown on the Contract Drawings. Security of this area shall be the responsibility of the Contractor.

The storage area will be on airport property but does not relieve the Contractor from maintaining appropriate insurance for their property and materials associated with the contract. The area shall be left in a neat and orderly condition at the end of the project.

Power and communication connections shall be the responsibility of the Contractor. f) Included in mobilization are such items as permits, moving personnel, materials and equipment to the site, setting up temporary facilities and all preparation for performing

THE WORK. g) The work under this item shall include without limitation, the supply and maintenance of the project sign for the project. This sign is a mandatory and must be installed prior to starting any construction activities. The installation shall be neat and professional. The sign will be left in place after construction. Removal of the sign shall be by the Owner. h) These costs are also to include the provision of the Geotechnical Quality Control testing by the Contractor to provide a written statement by a professional engineer at the end of the project that all materials used and installations met the requirements of contract documents. This includes:

1. Granular materials.

2. Asphalt i) This item also includes the following as built post construction survey requirements: a. The CONTRACTOR shall provide an as-built survey of all work. The scope of the survey shall be: i. Survey accuracy to be within +/- 10 mm Horizontal and 15mm Vertical. ii. X, Y, Z coordinates based on airport coordinate system and datum iii. X, Y, Z dimension at each facility at finished as built grade iv. Tolerances for all facilities to be in accordance with TP312 5th edition or those given in these specifications. v. Information shall be provided to the Engineer in both an electronic format i.e. AutoCAD and in drawing format. vi. The survey shall be completed by an Ontario Land Surveyor or qualified engineering firm.

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vii. The Engineer shall provide the original AutoCAD base drawings used for the design of the project. A new layer shall be added to include the asbuilt survey information by the Contractor. viii. The Engineer shall review this information and determine compliance with the specifications.

.2 Payment will be made as follows, as approved by the Consultant:

60% of the lump sum bid will be included in the first progress payment certificate;

40% of the lump sum bid will be included in the final progress payment certificate and confirmation that the project has been constructed in compliance with these specifications based on as built survey results.

The Consultant may at his discretion recommend partial payment if mobilization/demobilization is deemed by the Engineer to be incomplete.

AIRPORT ESCORT/SECURITY PROVISIONS

– Allowance

1. The work under this item shall include without limitation the provision of necessary security and escort personnel to meet the requirements of the project.

All Security including gate watchpersons shall be the responsibility of the Contractor.

2. The Contractor shall be responsible for compliance with all aspects of security requirements for his personnel. This includes providing flagmen as required during construction for traffic control and at the project access gates controlling who enters the site.

3. Be responsible for construction personnel and vehicles, employees on project and requiring access to restricted areas.

4. Ensure all project personnel including those of the subcontractor attend a briefing, at site, to be scheduled before the start of the project, regarding safety and security.

5. Designate a person, i.e. safety superintendent, who will be responsible to ensure all aspects of security and operational safety requirements are adhered to and have authority to take immediate action to rectify the situation. Such person should be available at all times during construction.

6. The Contractor's Safety Superintendent does not have to be the same person at all times. The responsibility may be transferred to approved and qualified individuals to accommodate construction shifts, etc.

7. Both the flagmen and the safety superintendent must have radio contact with Airport Designated

Escort (Motorola type - non-aviation). Costs to equip staff and the Airport Security/Escort with this radio are deemed part of the contract price.

8. Security barriers such as fences, gates, locks, etc. are used to prevent or deter access by unauthorized persons to airport restricted areas. In the event it is necessary to remove such barriers, they must be replaced, where practical, at the end of each work day. If it is necessary to remove such barriers for an extended period of time, unprotected restricted areas shall be enclosed with temporary boarding and/or fencing. The Engineer must be immediately informed of any possibilities that a restricted area may be left unprotected at the end of a work day.

9. Failure to restore such security barriers when required will result in their restoration being recovered from the Contractor.

10. The Engineer must be given prior notification when it is necessary to remove security barriers to permit access to construction areas. Security barriers will not be removed without the prior approval of the Engineer.

11. Ensure that access to restricted areas is secured at the end of each work day.

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12. During work hours ensure access to sites within restricted areas is controlled to prevent access by unauthorized persons.

13. When work is to be carried out within restricted areas outside of normal working hours, the

Engineer must be notified and approve of area and time frame.

14. Airside escort services and access to restricted areas will be coordinated with the Airport and are a responsibility of the contractor airport contact:

Mr. Bryan Avery

Airport Operations Supervisor

North Bay Jack Garland Airport

Tel: 705-840-9964

15. The Contractor shall sub-contract services for this project through this contact.

16. The Contractor will be required to outline the security plan as part of the overall project schedule.

The security plan is to be presented at the Pre-Construction Meeting.

17. An allowance has been provided for the supply of Airport Security/Escort.

18. Payment will be made on this item with evidence of actual invoiced costs from the designated

Airport Security/Escort person/company.

19. There shall be no mark-up on these costs.

20. Any costs for security/escort services as a result of Contractor related deficiencies or poor scheduling will not be reimbursed.

CONTRACTOR’S SITE OFFICE

This item shall include, without limitation, all labour, equipment and materials required for the supply, installation, and maintenance of the Contractor's Site Office as required by the Contractor.

Location of the Site Office to be approved by the Engineer prior to construction.

The work under this item shall include the removal of the site office and restoration of the office area to pre-construction conditions at the end of the project.

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ELECTRICAL WORKS

A. EXISTING BURIED CABLES

1. All existing buried cables which could be damaged by any construction operation (i.e. trenching, grading, excavating, etc.) must be accurately located as described in the specifications and marked on site prior to construction. Ensure markers placed do not damage cables. Replace any markers that become lost or obscured during and throughout construction. Record all cable locations c/w dimensions to permanent physical site conditions on a set of project record drawings.

2. The existing cables shall be located and marked on site as well as on a record drawing.

3. The proposed location of the new trenches will be confirmed once all cables have been located and marked.

4. This item will not be paid separately. Measurement and payment shall be factored into the cost of the other items.

B. REMOVE AND SALVAGE EQUIPMENT

1. All salvaged equipment remains the property of the owner, except where noted otherwise. All salvaged equipment is to be stored on site as directed.

2. All obsolete direct buried cable remains the property of the owner, except where noted otherwise.

All obsolete cable installed in ducts or within the field electrical center remains the property of the owner, except where noted otherwise. All salvaged cable is to be stored on site as directed.

3. This item will not be paid separately. Measurement and payment shall be factored into the cost of the other items.

C. SAWCUT AND RESTORE ASPHALT

1. Payment for this item shall include: a) Sawcutting of the asphalt. b) Asphalt removal and disposal offsite. c) Restoration of the area using hot mix asphalt.

2. This item will not be paid separately. Payment for this item shall be factored into the cost of other items.

D. SECONDARY CABLE IN CONDUIT IN CONCRETE CHASE

1. Payment for this item shall include: a) Sawcutting of the asphalt overlay, where present and sawcutting of the concrete. b) Removal and disposal offsite of asphalt and concrete. c) Installation of the conduit c/w secondary cabling, ground cabling tie-wrapped to outside or insulated ground inside conduit as required, tapcon, PVC clips, asphalt backfill and surface restoration.

1. Note that the estimated quantities shown in Appendix D

– Cable Schedule are "near’ measurements as scaled from the plans. No allowance for cable loops, offsets, elevation changes, connection slack has been included in the estimated quantities. The tender quantities shown are not intended for use in ordering materials. The Contractor is expected to obtain his own quantity estimates prior to ordering cable.

2. Payment for these items shall be on the basis of lineal meter of installed conduit measured horizontally along the surface. It shall be this contractor's responsibility to factor the cost of all

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vertical rises, elevation changes, coiled slack cable and surplus cable, counterpoise and conduit and accessories, including connectors, to make a complete system into his tendered price.

E. CABLES IN CONDUIT / POLYTUBING DIRECT BURIED

1. Payment for the supply and installation of cables in conduit/polytubing shall include: a) Trenching of required depth c/w warning tape, sand bedding, backfill, compaction and surface restoration. b) Supply and installation of all cables and conduit/polytubing. The Contractor shall note that cable supply shall include any extra cable necessary for cable loops, connections, fittings, splices, offsets as well as all surplus cables brought above ground. c) Supply and installation of ground counterpoise. d) Installation of the conduit/polytubing into all new or existing pullpits. e) Removal and disposal of excess excavated material and reconditioning of disturbed surface. f) All other accessories necessary to complete the installation to the satisfaction of the engineer.

2. The Contractor shall provide all trenching, bedding, backfilling, compaction and restoration as outlined in the drawings and Specifications.

3. Earth excavation includes removal of rock and/or boulders up to 0.5m3.

4. All bedding material shall be mortar sand.

5. Note that the estimated quantities shown in the tender form are “neaf’ measurements as scaled from the plans. No allowance for cable loops, offsets, elevation changes, connection slack has been included in the estimated quantities. The tender quantities shown are not intended for use in ordering materials. The Contractor is expected to obtain his own quantity estimates prior to ordering cable.

6. Payment for these items shall be on the basis of lineal metre of installed wiring measured horizontally along trenches and ducts between the centres of pullpits. It shall be this contractor's responsibility to factor the cost of all vertical rises, elevation changes, coiled slack cable and surplus cable, counterpoise and duct / polytubing and accessories, including connectors, to make a complete system into his tendered price.

F. PRIMARY CABLE IN CONDUIT UNDER CONCRETE

1. Payment for this item shall include: a) Sawcutting of the concrete. b) Removal and disposal offsite of concrete and excess excavated material. c) Installation of the conduit c/w excavation, primary cabling, insulated ground cable, and non-shrinkable backfill. d) Restoration of surface, using hot mix asphalt.

2.

Note that the estimated quantities shown in the tender form are “neaf’ measurements as scaled from the plans. No allowance for cable loops, offsets, elevation changes, connection slack has been included in the estimated quantities. The tender quantities shown are not intended for use in ordering materials. The Contractor is expected to obtain his own quantity estimates prior to ordering cable.

3. Payment for these items shall be on the basis of lineal metre of installed conduit measured horizontally along the surface. It shall be this contractor’s responsibility to factor the cost of all vertical rises, elevation changes, coiled slack cable and surplus cable, counterpoise and conduit and accessories, including connectors, to make a complete system into his tendered price.

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G. PULLPITS

1. Payment at the tendered price shall be full compensation to complete the work as shown on the drawings and described in the specifications.

2. For pullpits in concrete, include for concrete sawcutting and removal/disposal, excavation, backfill, compaction, and restoration of disturbed surface area with hot mix asphalt.

3. Measurement and payment will be on the basis of each pullpit installed.

H. TESTING AND COMMISSIONING OF THE SYSTEMS

4. Payment for this item shall be full compensation for all costs, labour, material, equipment rental, etc. necessary to perform tests described in the appropriate sections of the specifications and as required by the Engineer. These tests include the meggar test of the primary cables installed as part of the project. The cost of all manufacturer calibration, verification and certificates shall also be included in the item.

5. Payment for this item shall also include demonstration that all systems are functioning properly.

6. Measur ement and payment will be on a “lump sum” basis.

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Appendix A

Construction Scope of Work

Rev.

B

Status

For Tender

North Bay Jack Garland Airport Corporation

Rehabilitation of the Airport

Electrical Power Supply Systems for

Both Standard and Emergency Power

NTB-00005171-A0

Construction Scope of Work

Prepared By / Date

A. Sene / 2016-07-04

exp Services

885 Regent Street

Suite 3-6A

Sudbury, ON P3E 5M4

Canada

Checked By / Date Approved By / Date

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Table of Contents

Table of Contents .......................................................................................................................................................... i

1 BACKGROUND AND OBJECTIVE ........................................................................................................................ 1

2 CODES AND STANDARDS ................................................................................................................................... 1

3 CONSTRUCTION SCOPE OF WORK ................................................................................................................... 2

3.1

North Bay Hydro Scope .................................................................................................................................... 2

3.1.1

North Bay Hydro primary and secondary voltages ................................................................................. 2

3.1.2

Removal, Demolition and Dismantling .................................................................................................... 3

3.1.3

Installations ............................................................................................................................................. 3

3.1.3.1

Electrical Scope ............................................................................................................................. 3

3.1.3.2

Civil/Structural Scope ..................................................................................................................... 4

3.1.3.3

Steel Work ...................................................................................................................................... 4

3.2

North Bay Jack Garland Airport Corporation Contractor Scope ....................................................................... 4

3.2.1

Removal, Demolition and Dismantling .................................................................................................... 4

3.2.1.1

Outdoor Substation ........................................................................................................................ 4

3.2.1.2

3.2.1.3

IPU Shelter / Building No. 5 ........................................................................................................... 5

Administration Building

– (RUPS Room) ....................................................................................... 6

3.2.1.4

Maintenance Garage ...................................................................................................................... 6

3.2.1.5 Airfield Electrical Center ................................................................................................................. 6

3.2.2

Installations ............................................................................................................................................. 7

3.2.2.1

Electrical Scope ............................................................................................................................. 7

3.2.2.1.1

IPU Shelter / Building No. 5 ........................................................................................................... 7

3.2.2.1.2

Administration Building ................................................................................................................... 7

3.2.2.1.3 Maintenance Garage ...................................................................................................................... 9

3.2.2.1.4 Airfield Electrical Center ............................................................................................................... 10

3.2.2.1.5 New Terminal Building ................................................................................................................. 10

3.2.2.2

Civil/Structural Scope ................................................................................................................... 10

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1 BACKGROUND AND OBJECTIVE

The Jack Garland Airport in North Bay Ontario is certified as a public aerodrome owned by the Corporation of the City of North Bay and operated by the North Bay Jack Garland Airport Corporation. The airport is operational 24 hours per day, 7 days per week, and is capable of supporting both VFR and IFR operations down to Cat 1 precision approach limits and departures in visibilities of RVR 1200 and ¼ statute miles.

NavCanada operates a flight service station 16 hours per day and all electrical systems are integral to the airport power system. The critical aircraft for the primary runways is the B767/A310 (reference code D).

The secondary runway supports aircraft up to the Dash-8 (reference code C).

The North Bay Jack Garland Airport Corporation (NBJGAC) existing electrical system is over 50 years old and the component parts are obsolete and the spare parts are no longer supported by manufacturers. All units have exceeded their life expectancy. The context of this project is to provide a safe, modern and reliable electrical system that meets all building standards and codes, Transport Canada Regulations and standards for airports, ESA requirements, CSA and Ontario Electrical Safety Code (OESC).

2 CODES AND STANDARDS

2.1 Ontario Electrical Safety Code (OESC)

2.2 Electrical Safety Authority (ESA)

2.3 Electrical and Electronic Manufacturers Association of Canada (EEMAC)

2.4 Ontario Building Code (OBC)

2.5 Canadian Standards Association (CSA) - CSA C22.1-2015

2.6

Underwriters’ Laboratories of Canada (ULC)

2.7 National Building Code of Canada (NBC)

2.8 North Bay and local governing authority requirements

2.9 TP312E 5th Edition

– Aerodrome standards and recommended practices

2.10 UL 1008A dated March 2012

— standard for medium voltage transfer switches

2.11 IEEE C37.20.2 dated 1999

— standard for metal-clad switchgear

2.12 ANSI C37.55 dated 2002

— conformance test procedures

2.13 NEMA SG-5

—power switchgear assemblies

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2.14 CSA C22.2 No. 31-04 dated January 2004

—CSA standard for switchgear assemblies

2.15 IEEE 80

– Guide for Safety in AC Substation Grounding

2.16 ANSI and IEEE standards for high voltage AC circuit breakers

2.17 IEEE C37.04-1999,

2.18 ANSI C37.06-2000 and 2009

2.19 IEEE C37.09-1979 and 2009

2.20 NEMA and IEEE standards for unit substations

2.21 NEMA Standard No. 201-1982

2.22 IEEE Standard No. 100-1977

2.23 ICAO Aerodrome Design Manual - Annex 14, Third Edition

3 CONSTRUCTION SCOPE OF WORK

Unless noted otherwise in the contract documents, provide all necessary labour, materials, equipment and services required to perform the Work. Read this Construction Scope of Work together with the

Contract Documents to determine the total scope of work.

This Construction Scope of Work is the summary of the general items and requirements. For specific requirements refer to the following:

 Working Drawings

 Reference Drawings

 Code and Standards

 Tender document

 Custom Specifications

 Attachments

 Engineering Standards Specifications

3.1 North Bay Hydro Scope

3.1.1

North Bay Hydro primary and secondary voltages

3.1.1.1

Airport Main Power Supply

 The primary voltage to be used for the supply of NBJGAC will be 12.47 kV grounded

Wye, three phase and four wire system.

3.1.1.2

Airfield Lighting Center Power Supply

 The primary voltage to be used for the supply is 12.47 kV step downed to 4160 V. See

Figure No. 1 in Appendix B - Photos.

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3.1.1.3

Electrical services fed from the 12.47kV system will not exceed a rated capacity of 1,000 kVA.

3.1.1.4

Secondary voltages will normally be 120/240V single phase, 120/208V three phase or 347/600V three phase.

3.1.2

Removal, Demolition and Dismantling

3.1.2.1

Shoring of structure and/or equipment is required prior to any removals.

3.1.2.2

Disconnect and coil back Hydro owned cables feeding the outdoor substation (cables from Hydro

12.47kV 3 phase riser pole to main load break switch).

3.1.3

Installations

The work includes all electrical and instrumentation penetrations for cables, trays, etc., through walls, floors, roof, etc. including core drilling, sleeves, weather seals, flashing, firestop, etc.

3.1.3.1

Electrical Scope

3.1.3.1.1 Supply and install new outdoor 15kV Pad mounter Switchgear fed from 12.4kV North Bay Hydro

Pole, as per working drawing no. E-215.

3.1.3.1.2 Supply and install new 750kVA, 12.47kV-

600V pad mount XFMR “ADM-T1” (i.e. North Bay

Hydro Equipment No. T03302-750) for the Administration and New Terminal Buildings. North

Bay Hydro to confirm impendence (%Z). New XFMR shall be Delta

– Wye configured and placed at the same location than the existing one, as per working drawings no. E-213 and E-215.

Transformer grounding shall be provided by North Bay Hydro.

3.1.3.1.3 Supply and install new 150 kVA, 12.4 kV-

208V pad mount XFMR “MG-T1” (i.e. North Bay Hydro

Equipment No. T0xxxx-150) for the Maintenance Garage, as per working drawings no. E-211 and E-215. North Bay Hydro to confirm impendence (%Z). New XFMR shall be Delta

– Wye configured. Transformer grounding shall be provided by North Bay Hydro.

3.1.3.1.4 Supply and install new 150 kVA, 12.4 kV-

208/120V pad mount XFMR “BLD5-T1” for the Building

No. 5 (i.e. North Bay Hydro Equipment No. T0xxxx-150), as per working drawings no. E-212 and E-215. North Bay Hydro to confirm impendence (%Z). New XFMR shall be Delta

– Wye configured. Transformer grounding shall be provided by North Bay Hydro.

3.1.3.1.5 Supply and install new underground duct bank system with 3 times 1/C #2, 15kV TRXLPE,

300% insulation level cables from new Hydro 15kV pad mounted switchgear (PMS) to Hydro pole. Refer to working drawings no. E-212 and E-215.

3.1.3.1.6 Supply and install new underground duct bank system with 3 times 1/C #2, 15kV TRXLPE,

300% insulation level cables from new Hydro 15kV pad mounted switchgear (PMS) to new

750kVA, 12.47kV-

600V pad mount XFMR “ADM-T1” (i.e. North Bay Hydro Equipment No.

T03302-

750) for the Administration and New Terminal Building. Cables to be tagged as “ADM-

P1”. Refer to working drawings no. E-213 and E-215.

3.1.3.1.7 Supply and install new underground duct bank system with 3 times 1/C #2, 15kV TRXLPE,

300% insulation level cables from new Hydro 15kV pad mounted switchgear (PMS) to new

150kVA, 12.47kV-

208/120V pad mount XFMR “BLD5-T1” (i.e. North Bay Hydro Equipment No.

T0xxxx-

150) for the Building No.5. Cables to be tagged as “BLD5-P1”. Refer to working drawings no. E-212 and E-215.

3.1.3.1.8 Supply and install new underground duct bank system with 3 times 1/C #2, 15kV TRXLPE,

300% insulation level cables from new Hydro 15kV pad mounted switchgear (PMS) to new

150kVA, 12.47kV-

208/120V pad mount XFMR “MG-T1” (i.e. North Bay Hydro Equipment No.

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T0xxxx-

150) for the Maintenance Garage. Cables to be tagged as “MG-P1”. Refer to working drawings no. E-211 and E-215.

3.1.3.1.9

Supply, run and terminate new 5kV, 4/C#1 cable feed to new MV switchgear “AEC-MVS1” at the Airfield Electrical Center.

3.1.3.1.10

Supply and Install new Hydro metering unit for the Bay No.2 of the new MV switchgear “AEC-

MVS1” at the Airfield Electrical Center.

3.1.3.2 Civil/Structural Scope

North Bay Hydro to perform geotechnical and locate surveys to confirm pad locations.

3.1.3.2.1

Supply and install base/concrete pad for the new 750 kVA pad mount XFMR “ADM-T1”.

3.1.3.2.2 Supply and install base/concrete pad for the new 150 kVA pad mount XFMR “MG-T1”.

3.1.3.2.3

Supply and install base/concrete pad for the new 150 kVA pad mount XFMR “BLD5-T1”.

3.1.3.3 Steel Work

3.1.3.3.1 Guy wire and messenger cable anchoring/supports per North Bay Hydro standards.

3.2 North Bay Jack Garland Airport Corporation Contractor Scope

3.2.1

Removal, Demolition and Dismantling

Prior to removing equipment and disconnecting/pulling back cables, the contractor shall follow the attached Method of Procedure

– Proposed Construction Scheme (MOP) document which describes a proposed installation process to minimize the shutdown time by using diesel generator rentals. Contractor shall be responsible for the renting of equipment specified in the Method of Procedure

– Proposed Construction Scheme (MOP).

3.2.1.1 Outdoor Substation

3.2.1.1.1 Disconnect and remove existing outdoor 12.4kV-4160/2400V substation and associated components such as substation main load break switch, 500 kVA transformer (XFMR), metering unit/section and 4160/2400V switchgear (see Figure No. 2 in Appendix B - Photos).

3.2.1.1.2 Disconnect and coil back buried

5kV cable from the outdoor substation’s MV switchgear – Bay

No.3 to the IPU Shelter or Airport Main Power Distribution Building.

3.2.1.1.3 Disconnect and coil back 5kV buried cables from the outdoor substation’s MV switchgear – Bay

No.1 feeding the Administration Building.

3.2.1.1.4 Disconnect and coil back 5kV buried cables from the outdoor substation’s MV switchgear – Bay

No.2 feeding the Maintenance Garage.

3.2.1.1.5 Disconnect and coil back the buried 5kV cable from the outdoor MV switchgear

– Bay No.5 feeding the Roads and Parking Lot 15 kVA 2400-120/208V XFMR. The transformer shown in

Figure No. 3 is an askarel type transformer (PCB containing). It has a PCB contaminated label indicating a concentration of 3.7ppm. Special disposal methods will be required for the disposal

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of this transformer. Remove existing Car Rental Parking panel (see Figure No. 4 in Appendix B

- Photos).

3.2.1.1.6 Disconnect and coil back the buried 5kV cables from the outdoor substation’s MV switchgear –

Bay No.4 feeding the Road Lighting 25 kVA 2400-120/208V XFMR. The transformer contains

PCB. PCB XFMR disposal procedures are to be followed.

3.2.1.2 IPU Shelter/Building No. 5

3.2.1.2.1 Remove existing 150 kW, 2400/4160V indoor diesel generator and associated cables, fuel lines and components (see Figure No. 6 in Appendix B

– Photos).

3.2.1.2.2 Remove fuel oil piping (includes piping to diesel engine) and associated fuel storage tank.

3.2.1.2.3 Empty and remove existing outdoor diesel tank and associated instrumentation.

3.2.1.2.4 Remove existing Automatic Transfer Switch (ATS)

– PCG Switchgear.

3.2.1.2.5 Disconnect and pull back #6 AWG buried MV cable from existing emergency MV switchgear

Bay No.1 IPU Main Switch.

3.2.1.2.6 Disconnect and pull back #6 AWG buried MV cable from existing emergency MV switchgear

Bay No.2 Administration Building Essential Power feed.

3.2.1.2.7 Disconnect and pull back #6 AWG buried MV cable from existing emergency MV switchgear

Bay No.3 Terminal Emergency Power feed.

3.2.1.2.8 Disconnect and pull back #6 AWG buried MV cable from existing emergency MV switchgear

Bay No.4 Maintenance Garage Essential Power feed.

3.2.1.2.9 Disconnect and pull back #6 AWG MV cable from existing emergency MV switchgear

– Bay

No.5 IPU Building Power (Panel “A” feed through 30kVA, 4160-208/120V XFMR).

3.2.1.2.10 Disconnect and pull back #6 AWG buried MV cable from existing emergency MV switchgear

Bay No.6 ILS power feed.

3.2.1.2.11 Remove existing Essential 5 kV Switchgear Unit.

3.2.1.2.12

Remove existing 30kVA XFMR feeding Panel “A” and its secondary cable.

3.2.1.3 Administration Building

– (RUPS Room)

3.2.1.3.1 Remove existing Essential Power Switchgear line-up composed of the following: S & C fused load switch (7.2 kV), 4160 V

– 120/208 V, 150 kVA step down XFMR and a 3 phase, 600 A,

120/208 V distribution panel.

3.2.1.3.2 Disconnect and pull back existing #6 AWG MV cable feeding the Essential Power Switchgear line-up.

3.2.1.3.3 Disconnect existing power cables feeding the following essential loads:

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Existing distribution panel boards: “Fire Alarm”, “E3”, “E8”, “E7”, “E6”, “Mechanical Room”,

“E4”, “Room”, “E1”, “E2”, “New Tower”.

3.2.1.3.3.2

Existing key operated transfer switch feeding the distribution panel boards “E-5A”, “E5” and “E9”.

3.2.1.3.4 Remove existing Non-Essential Power Switchgear line-up composed of the following: S&C 7.2 kV fused load switch, 4160 V

– 120/208 V, 300 kVA step down XFMR, and a 3 phase, 1200 A,

120/208 V distribution panel, and a 225 A Tie-Breaker with key interlock.

3.2.1.3.5 Disconnect and pull back existing 3-1/C #4 AWG MV cable feeding the Non-Essential Power

Switchgear line-up.

3.2.1.3.6 Disconnect and coil back existing power cables feeding the non-essential loads such as the following existing distribution panel boards: “F”, “P4”, “Telecom Trailer”, “D”, “P2”, “New Tower”,

“C”, “LP-R”, “Weatherproof Panel”, “B”, “P3”, “P1”, “Esso”.

3.2.1.4 Maintenance Garage

3.2.1.4.1 Remove existing Maintenance Garage non-essential 4160 V, 600 A Switchgear Unit, including its 112.5 kVA, 4160-120/208V step down XFMR and 3 phase, 400 A, 120/208 V distribution panel.

3.2.1.4.2 Remove existing 30 kVA, 4160-120/208V step down XFMR for the essential loads.

3.2.1.4.3 Disconnect and coil back existing power cables feeding the non-essential loads such as the following existing distribution pan el boards: “A”, “B”, “C”, “D”, “E”, “Sand Storage Building Panel”,

“Cold Storage Building Panel”.

3.2.1.5 Airfield Electrical Center

3.2.1.5.1 Remove existing 300 kW, 2400/4160V indoor diesel generator and associated cables, fuel lines and components (see Figure No. 5 in Appendix B

– Photos).

3.2.1.5.2 Remove fuel oil piping (includes piping to diesel engine) and outdoor fuel storage tank.

3.2.1.5.3 Empty and remove existing outdoor diesel tank and associated instrumentation.

3.2.1.5.4 Remove existing 400 A Automatic Transfer Switch (ATS)

– PCG Switchgear.

3.2.1.5.5 Remove existing 4160 V S&C Metal Enclosed Switchgear line up - IPU BUSS with 5

Bays/Cabinets (See Figure No. 8 in Appendix B

– Photos).

3.2.1.5.6 Disconnect and pull back associated MV cables.

3.2.1.5.7 Remove existing Incoming MV Switchgear composed of 3 Bays/Cabinets (See Figure No. 7 in

Appendix B

– Photos).

3.2.1.5.8 Disconnect and remove associated MV cables.

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3.2.2

Installations

The work includes all electrical and instrumentation penetrations for cables, trays, etc., through walls, floors, roof, etc. including core drilling, sleeves, weather seals, flashing, firestop, etc.

3.2.2.1

Electrical Scope

3.2.2.1.1 IPU Shelter/Building No. 5

3.2.2.1.1.1

Supply and install new 400kW, 500kVA, 600V, 3 phase, emergency generator ‘ADM-GEN’.

3.2.2.1.1.2

3.2.2.1.1.3

Run and terminate new control cable ‘ADM-C2’ 2/C #14 from Building No.5 to the

Administration Building.

Run and terminate new communication cable ‘ADM-C1’ Belden 123107A from Building No.5 to the Administration Building.

3.2.2.1.1.4

3.2.2.1.1.5

3.2.2.1.1.6

Run and terminate new Single Mode Fiber Network cable from Building No.5 and the

Administration Building.

Supply and install new 400A, 120/208V Switchboard Panel ‘BLD5-SB1’ to feed Panelboard

‘PP1’ for the Road and Parking Lights, existing Panel ‘A’, and vendor supplied shore power panel for the Administration Building generator.

Supply and install new 3 phase, 100A, 208

/120V Panelboard ‘PP1’ for the Road and Parking

Lights.

3.2.2.1.1.7 Refer to cable schedule for description and approximate lengths. Contractor to field verify and confirm cable length and routing:

3.2.2.1.1.7.1

Run and terminate secondary cable ‘BLD5-P2’ 4/C #4/0.

3.2.2.1.1.7.2 Run and terminate cable ‘BLD5-P3’ 4/C #3 for existing Panelboard ‘A’.

3.2.2.1.1.7.3 Run and terminate cable ‘BLD5-P4’ 4/C #3 for new Panelboard ‘PP1’.

3.2.2.1.1.7.4 Run and terminate cable ‘BLD5-P5’ 4/C #3 for Panelboard ‘ADM-GEN-PNL’.

3.2.2.1.2 Administration Building

– (RUPS Room)

3.2.2.1.2.1 Supply and install new Dry Type 300kVA, 600-120/208V, %Z =3.5%, Delta

– Wye, ANN

XFMR ‘ADM-T2’.

3.2.2.1.2.2

3.2.2.1.2.3

3.2.2.1.2.4

Supply and install new Dry Type 150kVA, 600-120/208V, %Z = 3.5%, Delta

– Wye, ANN

XFMR ‘ADM-T3’.

Supply and install new 75kVA, 600-2400/4160V, %Z = 4.4%, Delta

– Wye, ANN Step-Up

XFMR

‘ADM-T4’ to feed the Glide Path, VOR/DME and Localizer.

Supply and install new 800A, 600/347V Automatic Transfer Switch with Bypass ‘ADM-ATS’.

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3.2.2.1.2.5

Supply and install new 800A, 600V Main Switchboard ‘ADM-SB1’.

3.2.2.1.2.6 Supply and install new 1200A, 120/208V, 3 phase Di stribution Panel ‘ADM-DP1’ for the

Non-Essential Loads.

3.2.2.1.2.7

3.2.2.1.2.8

Supply and install new 800A, 600/347V, 3 phase Emergency Distribution Panel ‘ADM-

EDP601’ for the Essential Loads in both the Admin and New Terminal Buildings.

Supply and install new 600A, 208/120V, 3 phase Emergency Distribution Panel ‘ADM-

EDP1’ for the Essential Loads.

3.2.2.1.2.9 Refer to cable schedule for description and approximate lengths. Contractor to field verify and confirm cable length and routing via Splice Boxes “ADM-SPL-PB1” and “ADM-SPL-

EPB1”:

3.2.2.1.2.9.1 Ru n and terminate cable ‘ADM-P2’ 2-4/C #350MCM.

3.2.2.1.2.9.2

Run and terminate cable ‘ADM-P4’ 2-4/C #500MCM.

3.2.2.1.2.9.3

Run and terminate cable ‘ADM-P5’ 3/C #500MCM.

3.2.2.1.2.9.4

Run and terminate cable ‘ADM-P6’ 3-4/C #350MCM.

3.2.2.1.2.9.5

Run and terminate cable ‘ADM-P7’ 2-4/C #500MCM.

3.2.2.1.2.9.6 Run and terminate ca ble ‘ADM-P8’ 3/C #3/0.

3.2.2.1.2.9.7

Run and terminate cable ‘ADM-P9’ 2-4/C #350MCM.

3.2.2.1.2.9.8

Run and terminate cable ‘ADM-P10’ 4/C #1/0.

3.2.2.1.2.9.9

Run and terminate cable ‘ADM-P11’ 3/C #4.

3.2.2.1.2.9.10

Run and terminate cable ‘ADM-P12’ 4/C #6.

3.2.2.1.2.9.11

Run and terminate cable ‘ADM-DP1-P1’ 4/C #2.

3.2.2.1.2.9.12 Run and term inate cable ‘ADM-DP1-P2’ 4/C #4.

3.2.2.1.2.9.13

Run and terminate cable ‘ADM-DP1-P3’ 4/C #2.

3.2.2.1.2.9.14 Run an d terminate cable ‘ADM-DP1-P4’ 4/C #2.

3.2.2.1.2.9.15 Run an d terminate cable ‘ADM-DP1-P5’ 4/C #2.

3.2.2.1.2.9.16

Run and terminate cable ‘ADM-DP1-P6’ 4/C #3/0.

3.2.2.1.2.9.17 Run an d terminate cable ‘ADM-DP1-P7’ 4/C #2.

3.2.2.1.2.9.18 Run an d terminate cable ‘ADM-DP1-P8’ 4/C #2.

3.2.2.1.2.9.19 Run an d terminate cable ‘ADM-DP1-P9’ 4/C #3/0.

3.2.2.1.2.9.20 Run and terminate cable ‘ADM-DP1-P10’ 4/C #1.

3.2.2.1.2.9.21 Run and terminate cable ‘ADM-DP1-P11’ 4/C #3/0.

3.2.2.1.2.9.22 Run and terminate cable ‘ADM-DP1-P12’ 4/C #350MCM.

3.2.2.1.2.9.23 Run and termina te cable ‘ADM-DP1-P13’ 4/C #2.

3.2.2.1.2.9.24 Run and terminate cable ‘ADM-EDP1-P1’ 4/C #2.

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3.2.2.1.2.9.25

Run and terminate cable ‘ADM-EDP1-P4’ 3/C #12.

3.2.2.1.2.9.26 Run and terminate cable ‘ADM-EDP1-P5’ 4/C #4.

3.2.2.1.2.9.27 Run and terminate cable

‘ADM-EDP1-P6’ 4/C #8.

3.2.2.1.2.9.28 Run and terminate cable ‘ADM-EDP1-P7’ 4/C #4.

3.2.2.1.2.9.29 Run and terminate cable ‘ADM-EDP1-P8’ 4/C #4.

3.2.2.1.2.9.30 Run and terminate cable ‘ADM-EDP1-P9’ 4/C #4.

3.2.2.1.2.9.31 Run and terminate cable ‘ADM-EDP1-P10’ 4/C #4.

3.2.2.1.2.9.32 Run and terminate cable ‘ADM-EDP1-P11’ 4/C #4.

3.2.2.1.2.9.33 Run and terminate cable ‘ADM-EDP1-P12’ 4/C #2.

3.2.2.1.2.9.34 Run and terminate cable ‘ADM-EDP1-P14’ 4/C #1/0.

3.2.2.1.2.9.35 Run and terminate cable ‘ADM-EDP1-P15’ 4/C #3/0.

3.2.2.1.3 Maintenance Garage

3.2.2.1.3.1 Supply and install new 38 kVA, 30kW, 208V, 3 phase, emergency generator ‘MG-GEN’.

3.2.2.1.3.2

3.2.2.1.3.3

3.2.2.1.3.4

3.2.2.1.3.5

Supply and install new 200A, 208/120V Single Sided Bypass Isolation Automatic Transfer

Switch ‘MG-ATS’.

Supply and install new 600A, 208/120V Main Switchboard ‘MG-SB1’.

Supply and install new 400A, 208/120V, 3 phase Panelboard ‘MG-PB1’ for the Non-

Essential Loads.

Supply and install new 200A, 208/120V, 3 phase Emergency Panelboa rd ‘MG-EPB1’ for the

Essential Loads.

3.2.2.1.3.6 Refer to cable schedule for description and approximate lengths. However, contractor to field verify and confirm cable length and routing via the Splice Box “ADM-SPL”:

3.2.2.1.3.6.1

Run and terminate primary cable ‘MG-P2’ 2-4/C #350MCM.

3.2.2.1.3.6.2

Run and terminate cable ‘MG-GEN-P1’ 4/C #3/0.

3.2.2.1.3.6.3

Run and terminate cable ‘MG-ATS-P1’ 4/C #3/0.

3.2.2.1.3.6.4

Run and terminate cable ‘MG-EPB1-P1’ 4/C #1.

3.2.2.1.3.6.5

Run and terminate cable ‘MG-SB1-P1’ 4/C #3/0.

3.2.2.1.3.6.6

Run and terminate cable ‘MG-SB1-P2’ 4/C #500MCM.

3.2.2.1.3.6.7 Run and terminate c able ‘MG-PB1-P1’ 4/C #1 TWH.

3.2.2.1.3.6.8

Run and terminate cable ‘MG-PB1-P2’ 4/C #1 TWH.

3.2.2.1.3.6.9

Run and terminate cable ‘MG-PB1-P3’ 4/C #2 TWH.

3.2.2.1.3.6.10

Run and terminate cable ‘MG-PB1-P4’ 4/C #4 TWH.

3.2.2.1.3.6.11

Run and terminate cable ‘MG-PB1-P5’ 4/C #4.

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3.2.2.1.3.6.12

Run and terminate cable ‘MG-PB1-P6’ 4/C #2.

3.2.2.1.3.6.13

Run and terminate cable ‘MG-PB1-P7’ 4/C #4.

3.2.2.1.4 Airfield Electrical Center

3.2.2.1.4.1

Supply and install new 600V, 300kW, 375kVA, 3 phase, indoor emergency generator ‘AEC-

GEN1’ (gas or diesel feed – To be confirmed).

3.2.2.1.4.2

3.2.2.1.4.3

Supply and install new 400kVA, 600-2400/4160V, Delta

– Wye, ANN Step-Up XFMR ‘AEC-

T1’.

Supply and install new 75kVA, 4160V-120/208V, Delta

– Wye, ANN XFMR ‘AEC-T2’.

3.2.2.1.4.4

3.2.2.1.4.5

3.2.2.1.4.6

Supply and install new 360A, 4160V Close Transition CW Bypass Automatic Transfer

Switch.

Supply and install new 5kV, Incoming MV Switchgear

‘AEC-MVS1’ composed of 3 Bays.

Supply and install new 5kV, 1200A, 4160V, Ampgard MV Switchgear ‘AEC-MVS2’, with

Interrupting Switch Amp per Bay = 600A.

3.2.2.1.4.7 Refer to cable schedule for description and approximate lengths. Contractor to field verify and confirm cable length and routing:

3.2.2.1.4.7.1

Run and terminate cable ‘AEC-P1’ 4/C #6.

3.2.2.1.4.7.2

Run and terminate cable ‘AEC-P2’ 2-3/C #350MCM.

3.2.2.1.4.7.3

Run and terminate cable ‘AEC-P3’ 4/C #6.

3.2.2.1.4.7.4

Run and terminate cable ‘AEC-P4’ 3/C #6.

3.2.2.1.4.7.5

Run and terminate cable ‘AEC-P5’ 3/C #6.

3.2.2.1.4.7.6 Run and terminat e cable ‘AEC-P6’ 3/C #6.

3.2.2.1.4.7.7

Run and terminate cable ‘AEC-P7’ 3/C #2.

3.2.2.1.4.7.8

Run and terminate cable ‘AEC-P8’ 3/C #6.

3.2.2.1.4.7.9

Run and terminate cable ‘AEC-P10’ 3/C #6.

3.2.2.1.4.7.10

Run and terminate cable ‘AEC-P11’ 4/C #3.

3.2.2.1.5 New Terminal Building

3.2.2.1.5.1 Refer to cable schedule for description and approximate lengths. However, contractor to field verify and confirm cable length and routing:

3.2.2.1.5.1.1

Run and terminate cable ‘ADM-P3’ 2-4/C #350MCM.

3.2.2.2 Civil/Structural Scope

Refer to drawing S-231 for typical base/concrete pad installation. Contractor to perform geotechnical and locate surveys to confirm pad locations.

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3.2.2.2.1 Supply and install base/concrete pad for the new

‘ADM-GEN’ outdoor fuel tank.

3.2.2.2.2 Supply and install base/concrete pad for the new

‘AEC-GEN1’ outdoor fuel tank.

3.2.2.2.3 If required, Contractor to provide engineering and shop drawings for the Tier IV emissions ecoCube structure.

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Appendix B

Photos

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Figure 1

– Airfield Electrical Center Power Supply

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Figure 2

– Existing Outdoor Substation

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Figure 3

– PCB Containing Askarel Type Transformer (requires special disposal methods)

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Figure 4

– Existing Car Rental Parking Panel

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Figure 5

– Existing 300kW, 4160V Generator Located in the

Airfield Electrical Center

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Figure 6 - Existing 150kW, 4160V Generator Located in

Building No. 5

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Figure 7

– Existing Airfield Electrical Center Incoming Switchgear

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Figure 8

– Existing Airfield Electrical Center Main

Switchgear

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Appendix C

Method of Procedure

– Proposed Construction Scheme

Rev.

B

Status

For Tender

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Electrical Power Supply Systems for

Both Standard and Emergency Power

NTB-00005171-A0

Method of Procedure

– Proposed

Construction Scheme

Prepared By / Date

A. Sene / 2016-07-04

exp Services

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Suite 3-6A

Sudbury, ON P3E 5M4

Canada

Checked By / Date Approved By / Date

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Table of Contents

Table of Contents .......................................................................................................................................................... i

1 BACKGROUND ...................................................................................................................................................... 1

2 OBJECTIVE ............................................................................................................................................................ 1

3 CONSTRUCTION PHASES .................................................................................................................................... 1

3.1

Phase 1: Duct Bank Installation, and Primary Distribution Work .................................................................... 1

3.2 Phase 2: Rentals .................................................................................................................................................... 1

3.3

Phase 3: Outdoor Pad Mounted Switchgear Installation .................................................................................. 3

3.4 Phase 4: Concrete Pad Installation for Outdoor Diesel Tank ........................................................................... 4

3.5

Phase 5: Building No. 5 -

Generator ‘ADM-GEN’ Installation ............................................................................ 4

3.6

Phase 6: Maintenance Garage Work ................................................................................................................... 4

3.7

Phase 7: New Tower Temporary Power Supply ................................................................................................. 5

3.8 Phase 8: Administration Building and ILS/VOR Work ....................................................................................... 5

3.9 Phase 9: Building No. 5 Remaining Work ........................................................................................................... 5

3.10 Phase 10: Airfield Electrical Center Work ......................................................................................................... 6

4 CONSTRUCTION SEQUENCE .............................................................................................................................. 7

4.1

Assumptions .......................................................................................................................................................... 8

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1 BACKGROUND

The Jack Garland Airport in North Bay Ontario is certified as a public aerodrome owned by the Corporation of the City of North Bay and operated by the North Bay Jack Garland Airport Corporation. The airport is operational 24 hours per day, 7 days per week, and is capable of supporting both VFR and IFR operations down to Cat 1 precision approach limits and departures in visibilities of RVR 1200 and ¼ statute miles.

The North Bay Jack Garland Airport Corporation (NBJGAC) existing electrical system is over 50 years old and the component parts are obsolete and the spare parts are no longer supported by manufacturers. All units have exceeded their life expectancy. The context of this project is to provide a safe, modern and reliable electrical system that meets all building standards and codes, Transport Canada Regulations and standards for airports, ESA requirements, CSA and Ontario Electrical Safety Code (OESC).

2 OBJECTIVE

The goal of the following document is to describe the different phases of the construction process, and to propose a parallel installation process in order to minimize the shutdown time for the Airport operations. If the Contractor can propose a more efficient way to carry out the installation process and minimize the shutdown, he must present his new Proposed Construction Scheme to the Engineer and can proceed with the new scheme only after consulting with and receiving written approval from the Engineer.

3 CONSTRUCTION PHASES

3.1 Phase 1: Duct Bank Installation, and Primary Distribution Work

The completion of the tasks/works listed below does not require any utility power disruption. Estimated duration of this work is three (3) weeks.

3.1.1

North Bay Hydro to perform geotechnical and locate surveys of the proposed location of the new pad mount switchgear (PMS), pad mount transformers and buried duct bank routings.

3.1.2

North Bay Hydro crew to excavate, install new buried duct banks and pull the following main cables/conductors:

 ‘PMS-P1’, 3-1/C #2 TRXLPE, 15kV, 300% insulation level

 ‘MG-P1’, 3-1/C #2 TRXLPE, 15kV, 300% insulation level

 ‘BLD5-P1’, 3-1/C #2 TRXLPE, 15kV, 300% insulation level

 ‘ADM-P1’, 3-1/C #2 TRXLPE, 15kV, 300% insulation level

3.1.3

North Bay JGAC contractor, in collaboration with North Bay Hydro crew, to simultaneously install new buried duct and pull the following cable:

 ‘ADM-GEN-P1’, 2-4/C #500MCM, XLPE, 1kV

 ‘ADM-C1’, BELDEN 123107A

 ‘ADM-C2’, 2/C #14 TECK Control Cable

 Single Mode Fiber Network cable from Building No.5 to the Administration Building

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3.1.4

North Bay Hydro crew to excavate, install new precast concrete foundations, lids and grounding for the following:

 14.4kV S&C Pad Mount Switchgear, Model PMH-12

3.1.5

North Bay Hydro crew to excavate, install new precast concrete pads/foundations and grounding for the following pad mount transformers:

 ‘MG-T1’, 150kVA, 12.47-120/208V, Delta-Wye, 3-phase, 4-wire, solidly grounded

 ‘BLD5-T1’, 150kVA, 12.47-120/208V, Delta-Wye, 3-phase, 4-wire, solidly grounded

3.1.6

North Bay Hydro crew to re-use existing pad and location, install the following pad mount transformer:

 ‘T03302-750’ (referred to as ‘ADM-T1’ in Single Line Diagrams E-210 and E-213),

750kVA, 12.47-347/600V, Delta-Wye, 3-phase, 4-wire.

During the transition, New Terminal Building emergency services will be fed from Administration

Building.

3.1.7

North Bay JGAC contractor, in collaboration with North Bay Hydro crew, to simultaneously excavate, install new precast concrete pad/foundation and grounding for the following pad mount transformer:

 ‘ADM-T4’, 75kVA, 600-2400/4160V, Delta-Wye, 3-phase, 4-wire, solidly grounded

3.1.8

North Bay JGAC contractor to mount/anchor transformer ‘ADM-T4’ on its pad.

3.1.9

North Bay Hydro crew to mount/anchor the S&C PMS, ‘MG-T1’ and ‘BLD5-T1’ on their respective pads.

3.1.10 North Bay

Hydro crew to complete primary side termination for transformers ‘BLD5-T1’, ‘MG-T1’ and ‘ADM-T1’.

3.1.11 North Bay Hydro crew to complete feeder side termination on S&C PMS:

 ‘MG-P1’, 3-1/C #2, in S&C PMS fused compartment-3

 ‘BLD5-P1’, 3-1/C #2, in S&C PMS fused compartment-1

 ‘ADM-P1’, 3-1/C #2, in S&C PMS fused compartment-4

3.1.12 North Bay Hydro crew to complete main side termination on S&C PMS:

 ‘PMS-P1’, 3-1/C #2, in S&C PMS non-fused compartment-2

3.2 Phase 2 - Rentals

3.2.1 Administration Building

Contractor to rent the following equipment and to install and perform cable terminations for the

Administration Building:

 XQ500 Trailerized Diesel Generator, 500kW, 347/600V, 3-phase, or approved equivalent

 Automatic Transfer Switch (ATS) 800A, 347/600V

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 Step-up transformer 500kVA, 600V-2400/4160V, 3-phase, Delta-Wye

 Temporary 2-4/C #4/O, 1kV cables from generator to ATS

Temporary 2-4/C #4/O, 1kV cables from ATS to step-up transformer primary side

 Temporary 4-1/C #2 XLPE, 5kV cables from step-up transformer to building

 Temporary 2-4/C #4/O, 1kV cables from new transformer T03302-750 (‘ADM-T1’) secondary side to ATS

 Temporary 2-4/C #4/O, 1kV cables from new transformer T03302-750 (‘ADM-T1’) secondary side to New Terminal distribution board ‘NT-SB1’

Note: Area of the trailerized diesel generator, ATS and step-up transformer to be fenced.

3.2.2 Building No. 5

Contractor to rent the following equipment and to install and perform cable terminations for Building No.

5:

 XQ200 Trailerized Diesel Generator, 200kW, 120/208V, 3-phase, or approved equivalent

 Automatic Transfer Switch (ATS) 800A, 120/208V

 Step-up transformer 400kVA, 208V-2400/4160V, 3-phase, Delta-Wye

 Temporary 2-4/C #500MCM, 1kV cables from generator to ATS

 Temporary 2-4/C #500MCM, 1kV cables from ATS to step-up transformer primary side

 Temporary 4/C #6, 5kV cables from step-up transformer to building

 Temporary 2-4/C #500MCM, 1kV cables from new transformer T0xxxx-150 (‘BLD5-T1’) secondary side to ATS

Note: Area of the trailerized diesel generator, ATS and step-up transformer to be fenced.

3.2.3 Maintenance Garage

Contractor to rent the following equipment and to install and perform cable terminations for the

Maintenance Garage:

 XQ200 Trailerized Diesel Generator, 200kW, 347/600V, 3-phase, or approved equivalent

 Step-up transformer 500kVA, 600V-2400/4160V, 3-phase, Delta-Wye

 Temporary 2-4/C #350MCM, 1kV cables from generator to step-up transformer

 Temporary 4-1/C #4 XLPE, 5kV cables from step-up transformer to building

Note: Area of the trailerized diesel generator and step-up transformer to be fenced.

3.3 Phase 3: Outdoor Pad Mounted Switchgear Installation

The completion of the tasks/works listed below requires a short utility power disruption for the switchover.

The North Bay JGAC site, excluding the Airfield Electrical Center, will be fed by emergency power from existing 150kW generator in Building No. 5.

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3.3.1

North Bay Hydro crew to disconnect main outdoor substation 12.4kV feed from hydro pole.

3.3.2

North Bay Hydro crew to energize the pad mount switchgear from hydro pole.

3.3.3

Upon restoration of utility power, manually disengage/de-energize 150kW emergency generator.

3.3.4

Start removal and demolition of existing outdoor substation.

3.4 Phase 4

– Concrete Pad Installation for Outdoor Diesel Tank

This work can be performed without a shutdown. All work shall be performed as per Construction Scope of Work document number ’01 10 00’ and supporting working drawings.

3.4.1

Installation of new concrete pad and 5,400L,

122” long x 59” diameter diesel generator tank and fuel lines

3.4.2

Installation of new concrete pad and 4,500L, 1

44” long x 50” diameter diesel generator tank and fuel lines

3.5 Phase 5: Building No. 5

– Generator ‘ADM-GEN’ Installation

Contractors hired by the North Bay JGAC are to complete the works listed below. All work shall be performed as per Construction Scope of

Work document number ’01 10 00’ and supporting working drawings.

3.5.1

Removal of existing 150kW indoor generator and associated fuel tank and lines

3.5.2

Removal of existing ATS

3.5.3

Installation of new 400kW indoor diesel generator ‘ADM-GEN’ and associated fuel lines

3.5.4

Perform cable terminations

3.6 Phase 6: Maintenance Garage Work

Work to be completed during a planned four (4) day shutdown. All work shall be performed as per

Construction Scope of Work document number

’01 10 00’ and supporting working drawings.

3.6.1

Disconnect cables and remove existing equipment

3.6.2

Installation of new equipment such as panelboards, a switchboard, a generator, an ATS, and a splice box

3.6.3

Run and terminate cables

3.6.4

Energize maintenance garage

3.6.5

Disconnect rental equipment

3.7 Phase 7: New Tower Temporary Power Supply

Work to be completed during a planned thirty (30) minute shutdown and during favourable weather conditions and after the last plane lands for the day (i.e. after midnight).

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3.7.1

Contractor to rent the following equipment and to install and perform cable terminations for the

New Tower:

 XQ200 Trailerized Diesel Generator, 200kW, 120/208V, 3-phase, or approved equivalent

 Automatic Transfer Switch (ATS) 200A, 120/208V

 Temporary 4/C #3/0, 1kV cable from generator to ATS

 Temporary 4/C #3/0, 1kV cable from ATS to building

Note: Area of the trailerized diesel generator and ATS to be fenced.

3.7.2

Disconnect existing feeds for both essential and non-essential power for the New Tower panel

3.7.3

Connect rental equipment to New Tower panel

3.8 Phase 8: Administration Building and ILS/VOR Work

Work to be completed in two phases during a planned four (4) day shutdown and during favourable weather conditions:

 Work related to essential loads while the building runs on non-essential power

 Work related to non-essential loads while the building runs on essential power

All work shall be performed as per Construction Scop e of Work document number ’01 10 00’ and supporting working drawings.

3.8.1

Disconnect cables and remove existing equipment

3.8.2

Installation of new indoor step-down pad mount trans formers ‘ADM-T2’ and ‘ADM-T3’

3.8.3

Installation of new equipment such as panelboards, a switchboard, an ATS, and splice boxes

3.8.4

Run and terminate cables

3.8.5

Connect ILS/VOR feed to ‘ADM-T4’ secondary

3.8.6

Terminate power and communication cables between ATS and generator

3.8.7

Energize Administration Building and New Terminal Building

3.8.8

Disconnect rental equipment

3.9 Phase 9: Building No. 5 Remaining Work

Work to be completed during a planned two (2) day shutdown. All work shall be performed as per

Construction Scope of Work document number

’01 10 00’ and supporting working drawings.

3.9.1

Removal of existing 5kV emergency switchgear

3.9.2

Installation of new equipment such as panelboards and switchboard

3.9.3

Run and terminate cables

3.9.4

Perform generator ‘ADM-GEN’ commissioning and testing (load test)

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3.9.5

Energize Building No. 5

3.9.6

Disconnect rental equipment

3.10 Phase 10: Airfield Electrical Center Work

Work to be completed during a planned three (3) daytime shutdown.

3.10.1 Contractor to rent the following equipment and to install and perform cable terminations for the

Airfield Electrical Center:

 XQ500 Trailerized Diesel Generator, 500kW, 347/600V, 3-phase, or approved equivalent

 Step-up transformer 500kVA, 600V-2400/4160V, 3-phase, Delta-Wye

Note: Area of the trailerized diesel generator and step-up transformer to be fenced.

3.10.2 Connect XQ500 rental generator and associated step-up transformer to existing ATS

3.10.3 Removal of existing 300kW indoor generator and associated fuel tank and lines

3.10.4

Installation of new 300kW indoor diesel generator ‘AEC-GEN1’ and associated fuel lines

Work to be completed during a planned one (1) daytime shutdown.

3.10.5 Contractor to rent the following equipment and to install and perform cable terminations for the

Airfield Electrical Center Regulator Room:

 XQ200 Trailerized Diesel Generator, 200kW, 347/600V, 3-phase, or approved equivalent

 Step-up transformer 500kVA, 600V-2400/4160V, 3-phase, Delta-Wye

3.10.6 Feed the Regulator Room regulators from the XQ200 generator

Work to be completed during a planned two (2) day shutdown. All work shall be performed as per

Construction Scope of Work document number

’01 10 00’ and supporting working drawings.

3.10.7 Removal of existing ATS

3.10.8 Removal of existing incoming switchgear and MV switchgear

3.10.9

Installation of new incoming switchgear ‘AEC-MVS1’ and MV switchgear/ATS lineup ‘AEC-MVS2’

3.10.10

Installation of new indoor pad mounted transformers ‘AEC-T1’ and ‘AEC-T2’

3.10.11 Run and terminate cables

3.10.12 Energize the Airfield Electrical Center building

3.10.13 Disconnect rental equipment

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4 CONSTRUCTION SEQUENCE

Construction Sequence Matrix

The phases described above can be executed in the following sequence:

Table 1: Construction Sequence Matrix

PHASES

Phase 1 Phase 3 Phase 4 Phase 5 Phase 6 Phase 7 Phase 8 Phase 9 Phase 10

Day 1

Day 2

Day 3

Day 4

Day 5

Day 6

Day 7

Day 8

Day 9

Day 10

Day 11

Day 12

Day 13

Day 14

Day 15

Day 16

Day 17

Day 18

Day 19

Day 20

Day 21

Day 22

X

X

X

X

X

Day 23

Day 24 DEMOB

Day 25

Day 26

Day 27

Day 28

Day 29

Day 30

Day 31

Day 32

Day 33

Day 34

Day 35

MOB

X

X

X

X

X

X

X

X

X

X

X

X

X

X

X

MOB

X

X

X

X

X

X

X X

DEMOB DEMOB MOB

X

X

X

X

X

X

MOB

X

X

X

X

X

X

X

X

X

X

X

DEMOB

MOB

X

X

X

X

MOB

X

DEMOB DEMOB MOB

X

X

X

X

DEMOB

MOB

X

X

DEMOB

MOB

X

X

X

X

X

X

DEMOB

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4.1 Assumptions

4.1.1 This proposed construction sequence does not take into consideration unfavourable weather conditions.

4.1.2 This timeline is based on an 84-hour work week for North Bay JGAC contractors.

4.1.3 MOB means mobilization, DEMOB means de-mobilization.

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Appendix D

Pre-Service Requirements

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INTRODUCTION

The following Appendix specifies requirements for pre-service inspection and reporting for customer-owned transformer stations. The work shall be completed by a qualified high-voltage testing contractor who is independent of the contractor installing the station. Testing is to be completed after the station has been assembled at its permanent site. Testing may be required to be carried out in the presence of a representative of the Engineer.

REPORT

The high voltage testing contractor is to complete and return the test forms supplied by exp Services

(starting with Form 1) with any additional comments prior to energization of the station.

TEST EQUIPMENT

Testing shall be performed using well-maintained testing apparatuses rated for the voltage and amperage of the station equipment.

The contractor shall use proper personal protective equipment.

When an insulation resistance test is called for a 1000V dc megger shall be used. All equipment shall have current calibration stickers.

SWITCHGEAR ASSEMBLIES AND LOAD INTERRUPTER SWITCHES (USE FORM 2)

General Information

Note all available nameplate data and fuse information.

Note lighting arrestor rating and type.

Inspection

Check operation and alignment.

Clean and inspect insulators.

Verify operation of interlock mechanism

Inspect contacts.

Check all connections for tightness.

Check condition of fuse holders, mufflers, and mounting.

Check lighting arrester connection.

Electrical Testing

Measure contact resistance.

Measure fuse resistance.

Measure insulation resistance.

Verify operation of interrupters with a megger.

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OIL-FILLED TRANSFORMERS (USE FORM 3)

General Information

Note all available nameplate data and include vector diagram.

Note nameplate data of grounding resistor where applicable.

Inspection

Clean and inspect all bushings.

Check for any leaks.

Operate tap changer.

Check operation of cooling fans and alarm circuits.

Verify operation of any alarm/trip circuits.

Electrical Testing

Prior to testing isolate primary, secondary, and neutral connections.

Perform insulation resistance test.

Complete a turns ratio test on all taps and note excitation currents.

Perform capacitance and dissipation factor test.

Standard Oil Sample

The following tests shall be completed as part of the standard oil test:

• Dielectric strength (kv).

• Acid neutralization number (mg KOH/gm).

• Interfacial tension (dynes/cm).

• Power factor (%).

• Specific gravity.

• Moisture content (ppm).

Dissolved Gas in Oil

The following tests shall be completed as part of the dissolved gas in the oil test:

• Hydrogen.

• Oxygen and argon.

• Nitrogen.

• Carbon monoxide.

• Methane.

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• Carbon dioxide.

• Ethylene.

• Ethane.

• Acetylene.

DRY-TYPE TRANSFORMERS (USE FORM 4)

General Information

Note all available nameplate data and include vector diagram.

Note nameplate data of grounding resistor where applicable.

Inspection

Inspect core, coils, tap changer, and insulators.

Verify operation of fans and alarm/trip circuits.

Electrical Testing

Prior to testing, isolate primary, secondary, and neutral connections.

Perform insulation resistance test.

Complete a turns ratio test on all taps and note excitation currents.

Check for core grounds with core strap removed.

PRIMARY CABLES AND TERMINATIONS (USE FORM 5)

General Information

Record:

• Connection (from/to).

• Length of cable.

• Manufacture.

• Voltage rating.

• Size.

• Type (cu, Al).

Inspection

Check terminations, cable supports, and shield grounding.

Electrical Testing

Perform insulation resistance.

Perform high potential test to manufacturer's specification.

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LOW-VOLTAGE MAIN CIRCUIT BREAKERS (USE FORM 6)

General Information

Note all available nameplate data including sensor rating and trip unit types.

Note rating of switchboard.

Inspection

Check racking mechanism.

Verify operation of interlock mechanisms.

Check power and control stabs.

Operate circuit breaker a minimum of three times.

Check contacts for alignment and penetration.

Check for loose connections and damaged parts.

Check cable connections.

Electrical Testing

Measure contact resistance.

Insulation resistance

– phase to phase, phase to ground, and line to load.

GROUND RESISTANCE TEST (USE FORM 7)

General Information

Include a diagram of the station.

Inspection

Visually inspect all equipment for proper bonding.

Check integrity of fence.

Testing

Determine ground resistance.

Pre-Service Report

Form 1

Testing Contractor Information

Contractor:

Address:

Phone Number:

Completed By:

Site Information

Date:

Location:

Address:

Comments

Contractor Information

Switchgear

Form 2

General Information

Switchgear Data

I.D:

Manufacturer:

Serial Number:

Type:

Voltage:

Current:

Short Circuit:

BIL:

Fuse Data

Manufacturer:

Cat. Number:

Type:

Voltage:

Rating:

Electrical Testing

Insulation Resistance Testing

Switch Closed A

– B

B

– C

C

– A

A

– GND

B

– GND

C - GND

Switch Open

(Line to Load)

A

B

C

Lightning Arrester Data

Manufacturer:

Cat. Number:

Type:

Voltage:

Rating:

Fuse Holder Data

Manufacturer:

Cat. Number:

Type:

Voltage:

Rating:

A

B

C

Fuse Resistance

A

B

C

Contact Resistance

Oil-Filled Transformer

Form 3

General Information

Transformer I.D:

Manufacturer:

Serial Number:

Impedance:

Tap Setting:

Winding Temp:

Vector Diagram

Type: kVA:

Phases:

Frequency:

BIL-pri:

-sec:

Inspection

Bushings:

Leaks:

Electrical Testing

Turns Ratio

Tap Position

Primary Voltage

Calculated Ratio

H1-1 / X-X

Exciting Current

H2-H / X-X

Exciting Current

H3-H / X-X

Exciting Current

Capacitance and Dissipation Factor

Capacitance

Dissipation Factor

Correction to 20

C

Insulation Resistance

Hi

– Lo and Gnd

Measured

Correction to 20

C

Tap Changer:

Cooling Fans:

Lo

– Hi and Gnd

Hi and Lo - Gnd

Dry-Type Transformer

Form 4

General Information

Transformer I.D:

Manufacturer:

Serial Number:

Impedance:

Tap Setting:

Winding Temp:

Vector Diagram

Type: kVA:

Phases:

Frequency:

BIL-pri:

-sec:

Inspection

Insulators:

Core and Coils:

Electrical Testing

Turns Ratio

Tap Position

Primary Voltage

Calculated Ratio

H1-1 / X-X

Exciting Current

H2-H / X-X

Exciting Current

H3-H / X-X

Exciting Current

Insulation Resistance

Hi

– Lo and Gnd

Measured

Correction to 20

C

Information

Lo

– Hi and Gnd

Fans:

Hi and Lo - Gnd

High-Voltage Cable

Form 5

General Information

Cable I.D. From:

Cable I.D. To:

Inspection

Terminations:

Cable Supports:

Shield Grounding:

Electrical Testing

Step Voltage Test

1

Applied Voltage

2

Red Phase

Yellow Phase

Blue Phase

Insulation Resistance In Mega-Ohms

3

Withstand Test

Red Phase

Yellow Phase

Blue Phase

Other

Minutes

1

Weather:

Comments:

Date

2 3 4 5

4

6 7

5

8

6

Manufacturer:

Type:

Size:

Length:

Material: Copper Aluminum

Voltage:

9

7 8 9

10 11 12 13 14 15

10

Main Circuit Breaker

Form 6

General Information

I.D:

Manufacturer:

Serial Number:

Type:

Voltage:

Inspection

Operation:

Alignment:

Contacts:

Electrical Testing

Insulation Resistance Testing

Switch Closed A

– B

B

– C

C

– A

A

– GND

B

– GND

Switch Open

C - GND

A

(Line to Load)

Contact Resistance

B

C

A

B

C

Other

Comments:

Current:

Short Circuit:

Trip Unit Type:

Sensor Rating:

Settings:

Connections:

Interlocks:

Racking Mech.:

Ground Grid Resistance Test

Form 7

General Information

Date:

Sketch

Inspection

Check Equipment Bonding:

Fence Integrity:

Weather Conditions:

Testing

Ground Grid Resistance:

Appendix E

Cable Schedule

CABLE NAME

'MG-P2'

'MG-SB1-P1'

'MG-SB1-P2'

'MG-GEN-P1'

'MG-ATS-P1'

'MG-EPB1-P1'

(existing)

CABLE SIZE

4/C #350MCM TECK 2

4/C #3/0 TECK

4/C #500MCM TECK

4/C #3/0 TECK

4/C #3/0 TECK

4/C #1 TWH

1

1

1

1

1

NO. OF

RUN VOLTAGE

600V

600V

600V

600V

600V

600V

FROM

XFMR 'MG-T1'

SWITCHBOARD 'MG-SB1'

SWITCHBOARD 'MG-SB1'

EMERG. GENERATOR 'MG-GEN'

AUTO. TRNSFR SWITCH 'MG-ATS'

EMERG. PANELBOARD 'MG-EPB1'

'MG-PB1-P1'

'MG-PB1-P1'

(existing)

'MG-PB1-P2'

'MG-PB1-P2'

(existing)

4/C #1 TWH

4/C #1 TWH

4/C #1 TWH

4/C #1 TWH

4/C #2 TWH

1

1

1

1

1

600V

600V

600V

600V

600V

PANELBOARD 'MG-PB1'

MAINTENANCE GRG. NON-ESSENTIAL

SPLICE/TAP BOX 'MG-SPL'

CONDUIT/BURIED

CABLE TRAY (c/w 4/0 awg bare copper bond)

MAINTENANCE GRG. PANEL H

MAINTENANCE GRG. NON-ESSENTIAL

SPLICE/TAP BOX 'MG-SPL'

PANELBOARD 'MG-PB1'

MAINTENANCE GRG. NON-ESSENTIAL

SPLICE/TAP BOX 'MG-SPL'

VIA

CONDUIT/BURIED

CONDUIT/BURIED

CONDUIT/BURIED

CONDUIT/BURIED

CONDUIT/BURIED

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NTB-00005171-A0

TO

SWITCHBOARD 'MG-SB1'

AUTO. TRNSFR SWITCH 'MG-ATS'

PANELBOARD 'MG-PB1'

AUTO. TRNSFR SWITCH 'MG-ATS'

EMERG. PANELBOARD 'MG-EPB1'

CONDUIT/BURIED

CABLE TRAY (c/w 4/0 awg bare copper bond)

MAINTENANCE GRG. PANEL A

MAINTENANCE GRG. NON-ESSENTIAL

SPLICE/TAP BOX 'MG-SPL'

CONDUIT/BURIED

CABLE TRAY (c/w 4/0 awg bare copper bond)

MAINTENANCE GRG. PANEL B

MAINTENANCE GRG. NON-ESSENTIAL

SPLICE/TAP BOX 'MG-SPL'

5

10

10

10

10

APPROX.

LEN. (m) REF. DWG.

E-210

E-212

E-212

E-212

E-212

40

5

9

5

60

5

E-212

E-212

E-212

E-212

E-212

E-212 'MG-PB1-P3'

'MG-PB1-P3'

(existing) 4/C #2 TWH 1 600V

PANELBOARD 'MG-PB1'

MAINTENANCE GRG. NON-ESSENTIAL

SPLICE/TAP BOX 'MG-SPL' 6 E-212

4/C #4 TWH 1 600V

CONDUIT/BURIED

CABLE TRAY (c/w 4/0 awg bare copper bond)

MAINTENANCE GRG. PANEL C

MAINTENANCE GRG. NON-ESSENTIAL

SPLICE/TAP BOX 'MG-SPL' 5 E-212 'MG-PB1-P4'

'MG-PB1-P4'

(existing)

'MG-PB1-P5'

4/C #4 TWH

4/C #4 TWH

1

1

600V

600V

CABLE SCHEDULE

PANELBOARD 'MG-PB1'

MAINTENANCE GRG. NON-ESSENTIAL

SPLICE/TAP BOX 'MG-SPL'

PANELBOARD 'MG-PB1'

CONDUIT/BURIED

CABLE TRAY (c/w 4/0 awg bare copper bond)

MAINTENANCE GRG. PANEL D

MAINTENANCE GRG. NON-ESSENTIAL

SPLICE/TAP BOX 'MG-SPL'

37

5

E-212

E-212

'MG-PB1-P5'

(existing)

'MG-PB1-P6'

'MG-PB1-P6'

(existing)

4/C #4 TWH

4/C #2 TWH

4/C #2 TWH 1

'MG-PB1-P7' 4/C #4 TWH 1

'MG-PB1-P7'

(existing)

'AEC-C1'

'AEC-C2'

'AEC-P1'

'AEC-P2'

'AEC-P3'

'AEC-P4'

'AEC-P7'

'AEC-P8'

'AEC-P10'

'AEC-P11'

4/C #4 TWH

BELDEN 123107A

2/C #14 TECK

4/C #6

3/C #350MCM

4/C #6

3/C #6

3/C #2

3/C #6

3/C #6

4/C #3

'BLD5-P2'

'BLD5-P3'

4/C #350MCM

4/C #3 TECK

'BLD5-P4'

'BLD5-P5'

'ADM-C1'

'ADM-C2'

4/C #3 TECK

4/C #3 TECK

BELDEN 123107A

2/C #14 TECK

1

1

'ADM-GEN-P1' 4/C #500MCM TECK 2

1

1

'ADM-P2'

'ADM-P3'

4/C #350MCM TECK 2

4/C #350MCM TECK 2

2

1

1

1

1

1

2

1

1

1

1

1

1

'ADM-P4'

'ADM-P5'

'ADM-P6'

'ADM-P7'

'ADM-P8'

4/C #500MCM

3/C #500MCM

4/C #350MCM

4/C #500MCM

3/C #3/0

3

2

1

2

1

1

1

600V

600V

600V

600V

600V

600V

600V

600V

600V

600V

600V

600V

600V

5kV

600V

5kV

5kV

5kV

5kV

5kV

600V

600V

600V

600V

600V

MAINTENANCE GRG. NON-ESSENTIAL

SPLICE/TAP BOX 'MG-SPL'

PANELBOARD 'MG-PB1'

CONDUIT/BURIED

CABLE TRAY (c/w 4/0 awg bare copper bond)

SAND STORAGE BLDG PANEL

MAINTENANCE GRG. NON-ESSENTIAL

SPLICE/TAP BOX 'MG-SPL'

MAINTENANCE GRG. NON-ESSENTIAL

SPLICE/TAP BOX 'MG-SPL'

PANELBOARD 'MG-PB1'

CONDUIT/BURIED

CABLE TRAY (c/w 4/0 awg bare copper bond)

MAINTENANCE GRG. NON-ESSENTIAL

SPLICE/TAP BOX 'MG-SPL'

300kW GENERATOR 'AEC-GEN1'

300kW GENERATOR 'AEC-GEN1'

MV SWITCHGEAR 'AEC-MVS1'

EMERG. GENERATOR 'AEC-GEN1'

XFMR 'AEC-T1'

MV SWITCHGEAR 'AEC-MVS2'

MV SWITCHGEAR 'AEC-MVS2'

MV SWITCHGEAR 'AEC-MVS2'

MV SWITCHGEAR 'AEC-MVS2'

XFMR 'AEC-T2'

'BLD5-T1'

SWITCHBOARD 'BLD5-SB1'

CONDUIT/BURIED

CONDUIT/BURIED

CONDUIT/BURIED

CONDUIT/BURIED

CONDUIT/BURIED

CONDUIT/BURIED

CONDUIT/BURIED

CONDUIT/BURIED

CONDUIT/BURIED

CONDUIT/BURIED

CONDUIT/BURIED

CONDUIT/BURIED

CONDUIT/BURIED

SWITCHBOARD 'BLD5-SB1' CONDUIT/BURIED

SWITCHBOARD 'BLD5-SB1' CONDUIT/BURIED

400kW INDR GENERATOR 'ADM-GEN' CONDUIT/BURIED

400kW INDR GENERATOR 'ADM-GEN' CONDUIT/BURIED

EMERG. GENERATOR 'ADM-GEN' CONDUIT/BURIED

XFMR 'ADM-T1'

XFMR 'ADM-T1'

CONDUIT/BURIED

CONDUIT/BURIED

SWITCHBOARD 'ADM-SB1'

SWITCHBOARD 'ADM-SB1'

XFMR 'ADM-T2'

AUTO. TRNSFR SWITCH 'ADM-ATS'

EMERG. DIST. PANEL 'ADM-EDP601'

CONDUIT/BURIED

CONDUIT/BURIED

CONDUIT/BURIED

CONDUIT/BURIED

CONDUIT/BURIED

MAINTENANCE GRG. PANEL F

MAINTENANCE GRG. NON-ESSENTIAL

SPLICE/TAP BOX 'MG-SPL'

COLD STORAGE BLDG

ATS CONTROLLER 'AEC-ATS'

ATS CONTROLLER 'AEC-ATS'

MV SWITCHGEAR 'AEC-MVS2'

XFMR 'AEC-T1'

MV SWITCHGEAR 'AEC-MVS2'

XFMR 'X'

REGULATOR ROOM

XFMR 'T1'

XFMR 'AEC-T2'

SHORE POWER 'AEC-GEN1'

SWITCHBOARD 'BLD5-SB1'

BLDG 5 PANEL A

BLDG 5 PANEL PP1

BLDG 5 PANEL 'ADM-GEN-PNL'

ATS CONTROLLER 'ADM-ATS'

ATS CONTROLLER 'ADM-ATS'

AUTO. TRNSFR SWITCH 'ADM-ATS'

SWITCHBOARD 'ADM-SB1'

SWITCHBOARD 'NT-SB1'

AUTO. TRNSFR SWITCH 'ADM-ATS'

XFMR 'ADM-T2'

DISTRIBUTION PANEL 'ADM-DP1'

EMERG. DIST. PANEL 'ADM-EDP601'

XFMR 'ADM-T3'

6

5

65

65

12

3

10

10

65

10

10

10

10

10

5

5

5

6

5

10

10

18

65

65

5

5

15

46

5

E-212

E-212

E-212

E-212

E-211

E-211

E-232

E-232

E-213

E-210

E-210

E-213

E-213

E-213

E-213

E-213

E-212

E-232

E-232

E-214

E-214

E-214

E-214

E-214

E-214

E-214

E-214

E-210

E-211

'ADM-P9'

'ADM-P10'

'ADM-P11'

4/C #350MCM

4/C #1/0

3/C #2

'ADM-P12' 4/C #6

'ADM-DP1-P1' 4/C #2

'ADM-DP1-P1'

(existing) 4/C #2

'ADM-DP1-P2' 4/C #4

'ADM-DP1-P2'

(existing) 4/C #4

'ADM-DP1-P3' 4/C #2

'ADM-DP1-P3'

(existing) 4/C #2

'ADM-DP1-P4'

4/C #2

'ADM-DP1-P4'

(existing) 4/C #2

'ADM-DP1-P5' 4/C #2

'ADM-DP1-P5'

(existing) 4/C #2

'ADM-DP1-P6' 4/C #3/0

'ADM-DP1-P6'

(existing) 4/C #3/0

'ADM-DP1-P7' 4/C #2

'ADM-DP1-P7'

(existing)

4/C #2

1

1

1

1

1

1

1

1

1

1

1

1

1

1

1

2

1

1

600V

600V

600V

600V

600V

600V

600V

600V

600V

600V

600V

5kV

600V

600V

600V

600V

600V

600V

XFMR 'ADM-T3'

EMERG. DIST. PANEL 'ADM-EDP601'

EMERG. DIST. PANEL 'ADM-EDP601'

XFMR 'ADM-T4'

DISTRIBUTION PANEL 'ADM-DP1'

ADMIN. BUILDING NON-ESSENTIAL

SPLICE/TAP BOX 'ADM-SPL-DP1'

DISTRIBUTION PANEL 'ADM-DP1'

ADMIN. BUILDING NON-ESSENTIAL

SPLICE/TAP BOX 'ADM-SPL-DP1'

DISTRIBUTION PANEL 'ADM-DP1'

ADMIN. BUILDING NON-ESSENTIAL

SPLICE/TAP BOX 'ADM-SPL-DP1'

DISTRIBUTION PANEL 'ADM-DP1'

ADMIN. BUILDING NON-ESSENTIAL

SPLICE/TAP BOX 'ADM-SPL-DP1'

DISTRIBUTION PANEL 'ADM-DP1'

ADMIN. BUILDING NON-ESSENTIAL

SPLICE/TAP BOX 'ADM-SPL-DP1'

DISTRIBUTION PANEL 'ADM-DP1'

ADMIN. BUILDING NON-ESSENTIAL

SPLICE/TAP BOX 'ADM-SPL-DP1'

DISTRIBUTION PANEL 'ADM-DP1'

ADMIN. BUILDING NON-ESSENTIAL

SPLICE/TAP BOX 'ADM-SPL-DP1'

CONDUIT/BURIED

CONDUIT/BURIED

CONDUIT/BURIED

CONDUIT/BURIED

CABLE TRAY (c/w 4/0 awg bare copper bond)

EMERG. DIST. PANEL 'ADM-EDP1'

200A FUSED DISCONNECT SWITCH

XFMR 'ADM-T4'

SPLICE BOX FOR GLIDE PATH, VOR/DME,

LOCALIZER FEED (Minimum order for 4-C

#6 is 300m)

ADMIN. BUILDING NON-ESSENTIAL

SPLICE/TAP BOX 'ADM-SPL-DP1'

10

10

15

60

5

CONDUIT/BURIED

CABLE TRAY (c/w 4/0 awg bare copper bond)

ADMIN. BUILDING PANEL F

ADMIN. BUILDING NON-ESSENTIAL

SPLICE/TAP BOX 'ADM-SPL-DP1'

CONDUIT/BURIED

CABLE TRAY (c/w 4/0 awg bare copper bond)

ADMIN. BUILDING PANEL P4

ADMIN. BUILDING NON-ESSENTIAL

SPLICE/TAP BOX 'ADM-SPL-DP1'

17

5

6

5

CONDUIT/BURIED

CABLE TRAY (c/w 4/0 awg bare copper bond)

CONDUIT/BURIED

CABLE TRAY (c/w 4/0 awg bare copper bond)

CONDUIT/BURIED

CABLE TRAY (c/w 4/0 awg bare copper bond)

ADMIN. BUILDING TELECOM TRAILER

ADMIN. BUILDING NON-ESSENTIAL

SPLICE/TAP BOX 'ADM-SPL-DP1'

ADMIN. BUILDING PANEL D

ADMIN. BUILDING NON-ESSENTIAL

SPLICE/TAP BOX 'ADM-SPL-DP1'

ADMIN. BUILDING PANEL P2

ADMIN. BUILDING NON-ESSENTIAL

SPLICE/TAP BOX 'ADM-SPL-DP1'

CONDUIT/BURIED

CABLE TRAY (c/w 4/0 awg bare copper bond)

ADMIN. BUILDING NEW TOWER

ADMIN. BUILDING NON-ESSENTIAL

SPLICE/TAP BOX 'ADM-SPL-DP1'

E-213

E-213

E-213

E-213

E-213

E-213 25

5

9

5

51

5 E-213

Unknown E-213

E-213

E-213

E-213

E-213

CONDUIT/BURIED ADMIN. BUILDING PANEL C

5

18

E-213

E-213

E-213

E-213

E-213

E-213

'ADM-DP1-P8' 4/C #2

'ADM-DP1-P8'

(existing) 4/C #2

'ADM-DP1-P9'

4/C #3/0

'ADM-DP1-P9'

(existing) 4/C #3/0

'ADM-DP1-P10' 4/C #1

'ADM-DP1-P10'

(existing) 4/C #1

'ADM-DP1-P11' 4/C #3/0

'ADM-DP1-P11'

(existing) 4/C #3/0

'ADM-DP1-P12' 4/C #350MCM

'ADM-DP1-P12'

(existing)

4/C #350MCM

'ADM-DP1-P13' 4/C #2

'ADM-DP1-P13'

(existing) 4/C #2

'ADM-EDP1-P1' 4/C #2

'ADM-EDP1-P1'

(existing)

4/C #2

'ADM-EDP1-P4' 3/C #12

'ADM-EDP1-P4'

(existing)

3/C #12

1

1

1

1

1

1

1

1

1

1

1

1

1

1

1

1

600V

600V

600V

600V

600V

600V

600V

600V

600V

600V

600V

600V

600V

600V

600V

600V

DISTRIBUTION PANEL 'ADM-DP1'

ADMIN. BUILDING NON-ESSENTIAL

SPLICE/TAP BOX 'ADM-SPL-DP1'

DISTRIBUTION PANEL 'ADM-DP1'

ADMIN. BUILDING NON-ESSENTIAL

SPLICE/TAP BOX 'ADM-SPL-DP1'

DISTRIBUTION PANEL 'ADM-DP1'

ADMIN. BUILDING NON-ESSENTIAL

SPLICE/TAP BOX 'ADM-SPL-DP1'

DISTRIBUTION PANEL 'ADM-DP1'

ADMIN. BUILDING NON-ESSENTIAL

SPLICE/TAP BOX 'ADM-SPL-DP1'

DISTRIBUTION PANEL 'ADM-DP1'

ADMIN. BUILDING NON-ESSENTIAL

SPLICE/TAP BOX 'ADM-SPL-DP1'

DISTRIBUTION PANEL 'ADM-DP1'

ADMIN. BUILDING NON-ESSENTIAL

SPLICE/TAP BOX 'ADM-SPL-DP1'

EMERG. DIST. PANEL 'ADM-EDP1'

ADMIN. BUILDING ESSENTIAL

SPLICE/TAP BOX 'ADM-SPL-EDP1'

EMERG. DIST. PANEL 'ADM-EDP1'

ADMIN. BUILDING ESSENTIAL

SPLICE/TAP BOX 'ADM-SPL-EDP1'

CABLE TRAY (c/w 4/0 awg bare copper bond)

ADMIN. BUILDING NON-ESSENTIAL

SPLICE/TAP BOX 'ADM-SPL-DP1' 5

CONDUIT/BURIED

CABLE TRAY (c/w 4/0 awg bare copper bond)

ADMIN. BUILDING PANEL LP-R

ADMIN. BUILDING NON-ESSENTIAL

SPLICE/TAP BOX 'ADM-SPL-DP1'

20

5

CONDUIT/BURIED

CABLE TRAY (c/w 4/0 awg bare copper bond)

ADMIN. BUILDING WTHR PROOF PANEL 35

ADMIN. BUILDING NON-ESSENTIAL

SPLICE/TAP BOX 'ADM-SPL-DP1' 5

21 CONDUIT/BURIED

CABLE TRAY (c/w 4/0 awg bare copper bond)

ADMIN. BUILDING PANEL B

ADMIN. BUILDING NON-ESSENTIAL

SPLICE/TAP BOX 'ADM-SPL-DP1' 5

9 CONDUIT/BURIED

CABLE TRAY (c/w 4/0 awg bare copper bond)

ADMIN. BUILDING PANEL P3

ADMIN. BUILDING NON-ESSENTIAL

SPLICE/TAP BOX 'ADM-SPL-DP1' 5

E-213

E-213

E-213

CONDUIT/BURIED

CABLE TRAY (c/w 4/0 awg bare copper bond)

ADMIN. BUILDING PANEL P1

ADMIN. BUILDING NON-ESSENTIAL

SPLICE/TAP BOX 'ADM-SPL-DP1'

CONDUIT/BURIED

EMERGENCY CABLE TRAY

(c/w 4/0 awg bare copper bond)

ADMIN. BUILDING ESSO

ADMIN. BUILDING ESSENTIAL SPLICE/TAP

BOX 'ADM-SPL-EDP1'

Unknown E-213

5 E-213

E-213 CONDUIT/BURIED

EMERGENCY CABLE TRAY

(c/w 4/0 awg bare copper bond)

PANEL E5A, E5, E9

ADMIN. BUILDING ESSENTIAL SPLICE/TAP

BOX 'ADM-SPL-EDP1'

12

5

46

5

E-213

E-213

CONDUIT/BURIED ADMIN. BUILDING FIRE ALARM 36

E-213

E-213

E-213

E-213

E-213

E-213

E-213

E-213

'ADM-EDP1-P5' 4/C #4

'ADM-EDP1-P5'

(existing) 4/C #4

'ADM-EDP1-P6' 4/C #8

'ADM-EDP1-P6'

(existing) 4/C #8

'ADM-EDP1-P7' 4/C #4

'ADM-EDP1-P7'

(existing)

4/C #4

'ADM-EDP1-P8' 4/C #4

'ADM-EDP1-P8'

(existing)

4/C #4

'ADM-EDP1-P9' 4/C #4

'ADM-EDP1-P9'

(existing)

4/C #4

'ADM-EDP1-P10' 4/C #4

'ADM-EDP1-P10'

(existing) 4/C #4

'ADM-EDP1-P11' 4/C #4

1

1

1

1

1

1

1

1

1

1

1

1

1

600V

600V

EMERG. DIST. PANEL 'ADM-EDP1'

ADMIN. BUILDING ESSENTIAL

SPLICE/TAP BOX 'ADM-SPL-EDP1'

600V

600V

EMERG. DIST. PANEL 'ADM-EDP1'

ADMIN. BUILDING ESSENTIAL

SPLICE/TAP BOX 'ADM-SPL-EDP1'

600V

600V

EMERG. DIST. PANEL 'ADM-EDP1'

ADMIN. BUILDING ESSENTIAL

SPLICE/TAP BOX 'ADM-SPL-EDP1'

600V

600V

EMERG. DIST. PANEL 'ADM-EDP1'

ADMIN. BUILDING ESSENTIAL

SPLICE/TAP BOX 'ADM-SPL-EDP1'

600V

600V

EMERG. DIST. PANEL 'ADM-EDP1'

ADMIN. BUILDING ESSENTIAL

SPLICE/TAP BOX 'ADM-SPL-EDP1'

600V

600V

EMERG. DIST. PANEL 'ADM-EDP1'

ADMIN. BUILDING ESSENTIAL

SPLICE/TAP BOX 'ADM-SPL-EDP1'

600V EMERG. DIST. PANEL 'ADM-EDP1'

EMERGENCY CABLE TRAY

(c/w 4/0 awg bare copper bond)

ADMIN. BUILDING ESSENTIAL SPLICE/TAP

BOX 'ADM-SPL-EDP1' 5

CONDUIT/BURIED

EMERGENCY CABLE TRAY

(c/w 4/0 awg bare copper bond)

ADMIN. BUILDING PANEL E3

ADMIN. BUILDING ESSENTIAL SPLICE/TAP

BOX 'ADM-SPL-EDP1'

18

5

E-213

E-213

CONDUIT/BURIED

EMERGENCY CABLE TRAY

(c/w 4/0 awg bare copper bond)

ADMIN. BUILDING PANEL E8

ADMIN. BUILDING ESSENTIAL SPLICE/TAP

BOX 'ADM-SPL-EDP1'

15

5

CONDUIT/BURIED

EMERGENCY CABLE TRAY

(c/w 4/0 awg bare copper bond)

ADMIN. BUILDING PANEL E7

ADMIN. BUILDING ESSENTIAL SPLICE/TAP

BOX 'ADM-SPL-EDP1'

24

5

E-213

E-213

E-213

E-213

E-213

E-213 CONDUIT/BURIED

EMERGENCY CABLE TRAY

(c/w 4/0 awg bare copper bond)

ADMIN. BUILDING PANEL E6

ADMIN. BUILDING ESSENTIAL SPLICE/TAP

BOX 'ADM-SPL-EDP1'

12

5 E-213

CONDUIT/BURIED

EMERGENCY CABLE TRAY

(c/w 4/0 awg bare copper bond)

ADMIN. BUILDING MECH. ROOM

ADMIN. BUILDING ESSENTIAL SPLICE/TAP

BOX 'ADM-SPL-EDP1'

Unknown E-213

5 E-213

E-213 CONDUIT/BURIED

EMERGENCY CABLE TRAY

(c/w 4/0 awg bare copper bond)

ADMIN. BUILDING PANEL E4

ADMIN. BUILDING ESSENTIAL SPLICE/TAP

BOX 'ADM-SPL-EDP1'

23

5 E-213

'ADM-EDP1-P11'

(existing) 4/C #4

'ADM-EDP1-P12' 4/C #2

'ADM-EDP1-P12'

(existing) 4/C #2

'ADM-EDP1-P14' 4/C #1/0

'ADM-EDP1-P14'

(existing) 4/C #1/0

'ADM-EDP1-P15' 4/C #3/0

'ADM-EDP1-P15'

4/C #3/0 (existing)

NOTES

1

REVISION

B

A

1

1

1

1

1

600V

600V

600V

600V

600V

ADMIN. BUILDING ESSENTIAL

SPLICE/TAP BOX 'ADM-SPL-EDP1'

EMERG. DIST. PANEL 'ADM-EDP1'

ADMIN. BUILDING ESSENTIAL

SPLICE/TAP BOX 'ADM-SPL-EDP1'

EMERG. DIST. PANEL 'ADM-EDP1'

ADMIN. BUILDING ESSENTIAL

SPLICE/TAP BOX 'ADM-SPL-EDP1'

CONDUIT/BURIED

EMERGENCY CABLE TRAY

(c/w 4/0 awg bare copper bond)

ADMIN. BUILDING ROOM

ADMIN. BUILDING ESSENTIAL SPLICE/TAP

BOX 'ADM-SPL-EDP1'

Unknown E-213

5 E-213

CONDUIT/BURIED

EMERGENCY CABLE TRAY

(c/w 4/0 awg bare copper bond)

ADMIN. BUILDING PANEL E1

ADMIN. BUILDING ESSENTIAL SPLICE/TAP

BOX 'ADM-SPL-EDP1'

49

5

E-213

E-213

E-213 CONDUIT/BURIED

EMERGENCY CABLE TRAY

(c/w 4/0 awg bare copper bond)

ADMIN. BUILDING PANEL E2

ADMIN. BUILDING ESSENTIAL SPLICE/TAP

BOX 'ADM-SPL-EDP1'

11

5

CONDUIT/BURIED ADMIN. BUILDING NEW TOWER

E-213

Unknown E-213

1

1

600V

600V

EMERG. DIST. PANEL 'ADM-EDP1'

ADMIN. BUILDING ESSENTIAL

SPLICE/TAP BOX 'ADM-SPL-EDP1'

As per as-built North Bay Jack Garland Corporation stakeholders, cable names marked as 'existing' cables will not be replaced. Splice/tap box will be used to connect these cables to their respective distribution panels.

ISSUE STATUS

For Tender

For Client Review

PREPARED BY/DATE

Emily Fratin/2016-07-18

Emily Fratin/2016-05-25

CHECKED BY/DATE

Aziz Sene/2016-07-18

Aziz Sene/2016-05-25

APPROVED BY/DATE

Aziz Sene/2016-07-18

Aziz Sene/2016-05-25

Appendix F

Transformer List

TRANSFORMER LIST

North Bay Jack Garland Airport Corporation

Rehabilitation of the Airport

Electrical Power Supply Systems for

Both Standard and Emergency Power

NTB-00005171-A0

TRANSFORMER NAME SUPPORT/LOCATION

STEP UP XFMR 'AEC-T1' FLOOR SLAB/INDOOR

XFMR 'AEC-T2' FLOOR SLAB/INDOOR

SIZE (kVA) PRIMARY VOLTAGE SECONDARY VOLTAGE PHASE WIRE IMPEDANCE (%Z) CONFIGURATION

400kVA

75kVA

600V

4160V

AIRFIELD ELECTRICAL CENTER

2400/4160V

120/208V

ADMINISTRATION BUILDING

3

3

4

4

TBD

3 (To confirm)

Delta - Wye

Delta - Wye

XFMR 'ADM-T1'

XFMR 'ADM-T2'

PAD MOUNT/OUTDOOR 750kVA

FLOOR SLAB/INDOOR 300kVA

XFMR 'ADM-T3' FLOOR SLAB/INDOOR 150kVA

STEP UP XFMR 'ADM-T4' PAD MOUNT/OUTDOOR 75kVA

12.47kV

600V

600V

600V

347/600V

120/208V

120/208V

2400/4160V

MAINTENANCE GARAGE

3

3

3

3

4

4

4

4

5.75 (To confirm) Delta - Wye

3.5 (To confirm) Delta - Wye

3.5 (To confirm) Delta - Wye

4.4 (To confirm) Delta - Wye

XFMR 'MG-T1' PAD MOUNT/OUTDOOR 150kVA

PAD MOUNT/OUTDOOR 150kVA

12.47kV

12.47kV

120/208V

BUILDING NO. 5

120/208V

3

3

4

4

3.5 (To confirm) Delta - Wye

3.5 (To confirm) Delta - Wye XFMR 'BLD5-T1'

NOTES

1

TYPE REF. DWG.

ANN E-214

DRY-TYPE E-214

ANN

ANN

ANN

ANN

ANN

ANN

E-210, E-213

E-213

E-213

E-213

E-210, E-212

E-210, E-211

REVISION

B

A

ISSUE STATUS

For Tender

For Client Review

PREPARED BY/DATE

Emily Fratin/2016-07-21

Emily Fratin/2016-06-06

CHECKED BY/DATE

Aziz Sene/2016-07-21

Aziz Sene/2016-06-06

APPROVED BY/DATE

Aziz Sene/2016-07-21

Aziz Sene/2016-06-06

Appendix G

Bill of Material

North Bay Jack Garland Airport Corporation

Rehabilitation of the Airport

Electrical Power Supply Systems for

NTB-00005171-A0

ITEM NO. QTY

1

2

3

4

5

6

7

8

8

9

10

MANUFACTURER

1

TOROMONT CAT

1 TOROMONT CAT

1

EATON

1 TOROMONT CAT

1 TOROMONT CAT

DESCRIPTION

GENERATORS

300kW, 600V, 60Hz, 1800rpm INDOOR DIESEL GENERATOR MODEL C9

400kW, 600V, 60Hz, 1800rpm INDOOR DIESEL GENERATOR MODEL C13

30kW GENERATOR EGENX30GNSN

TIER 4 EMISSIONS COMPLIANT ECOCUBE FOR 300kW GENERATOR

TIER 4 EMISSIONS COMPLIANT ECOCUBE FOR 400kW GENERATOR

REMARKS

Refer to Toromont CAT Quote No. 160846 NJPA #080613-

CAT. Airfield Electrical Center Generator 'AEC-GEN1'. Refer to drawing E-214.

Refer to Toromont CAT Quote No. 160846 NJPA #080613-

CAT. Administration Building Generator 'ADM-GEN', located in Building No. 5. Refer to Drawing E-213.

Refer to Eaton Quote No. TN01592. Maintenance Garage

Generator 'MG-GEN'. Refer to drawing E-212.

Refer to Toromont CAT Quote No. 160846 NJPA #080613-

CAT.

Refer to Toromont CAT Quote No. 160846 NJPA #080613-

CAT.

Refer to Toromont CAT Bill of Materials. Airfield Electrical

Center Fuel Storage Tank. Refer to drawing E-228.

Refer to Toromont CAT Bill of Materials. Administration

Building Fuel Storage Tank. Refer to drawing E-227.

Refer to Toromont CAT Bill of Materials. Administration

Building Fuel Storage Tank.

1 STEELCRAFT

1 STEELCRAFT

2 TOROMONT CAT

4500L ABOVEGROUND 48hr FUEL STORAGE TANK. 50" dia x 144" l.

5400L ABOVEGROUND 48hr FUEL STORAGE TANK. 59" dia x 122" l.

10A BATTERY CHARGERS

AUTOMATIC TRANSFER SWITCHES

1 AMPGARD -EATON 5kV TRANSFER SWITCHGEAR, NEMA 1A, 4.16kV SYSTEM, 60Hz, 1200A MAIN BUS

1

1

EATON

EATON

Refer to Eaton Detail Bill of Material, Negotiation Number

T3350419X6K1, Alternate Number 0004.

Airfield Electrical Center ATS in 'AEC-MVS2'. Refer to drawing

E-214.

BYPASS ISOLATION TRANSFER SWITCH, ATC-300+ CONTROLLER, OPEN TRANSITION,

120/208V, 60Hz, 3-PHASE 4-WIRE, 200A, 100kA WITHSTAND

Refer to Eaton Detail Bill of Material, Negotiation Number

T3350419X6K1, Alternate Number 0004. Maintenance

Garage ATS 'MG-ATS'. Refer to drawing E-212.

1-SIDED BYPASS TRANSFER SWITCH, ATC-900 CONTROLLER, CLOSED TRANSITION,

347/600V, 60Hz, 3-PHASE 4-WIRE, 800A, 25kA WITHSTAND

Refer to Eaton Detail Bill of Material, Negotiation Number

T3350419X6K1, Alternate Number 0004. Administration

Building ATS 'ADM-ATS'. Refer to drawing E-213.

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12

13

14

15

16

17

18

19

1 AMPGARD - EATON

1

1

1

EATON - CUTLER

HAMMER

EATON - CUTLER

HAMMER

EATON - CUTLER

HAMMER

1 EATON

1 EATON

1

EATON

1 EATON

1 EATON

MEDIUM VOLTAGE SWITCHGEAR/CONTROL

T3350419X6K1, Alternate Number 0004.

5kV MAX SWITCHGEAR, INDOOR 4.16kV SYSTEM, 3-WIRE, 800A, TIN-PLATED COPPER Airfield Electrical Center Switchgear 'AEC-MVS1'. Refer to

BUS, 3 STRUCTURES

Refer to Eaton Detail Bill of Material, Negotiation Number drawing E-214.

SWITCHBOARDS

CANADIAN POW-R-LINE C SWITCHBOARD, FRONT ACCESS/FRONT AND REAR ALIGN,

SPRINKLERPROOF 600Y/347V 3-PHASE 4-WIRE, 800 TIN PLATED ALUMINUM,

LOWEST BREAKER INTERRUPT RATING: 25kA, BUS BRACING RATING: 50kA

Refer to Eaton Detail Bill of Material, Negotiation Number

NS600414X6K2, Alternate Number 0004.

Administration Building Switchboard 'ADM-SB1'. Refer to drawing E-213.

Refer to Eaton Detail Bill of Material, Negotiation Number

NS600414X6K2, Alternate Number 0004. CANADIAN POW-R-LINE C SWITCHBOARD, FRONT ACCESS/FRONT AND REAR ALIGN,

SPRINKLERPROOF 208Y/120V 3-PHASE 4-WIRE, 600 TIN PLATED ALUMINUM,

LOWEST BREAKER INTERRUPT RATING: 50kA, BUS BRACING RATING: 50kA

Maintenance Garage Switchboard 'MG-SB1'. Refer to drawing

E-212.

Refer to Eaton Detail Bill of Material, Negotiation Number

CANADIAN POW-R-LINE C SWITCHBOARD, FRONT ACCESS/FRONT AND REAR ALIGN,

SPRINKLERPROOF 208Y/120V 3-PHASE 4-WIRE, 400 TIN PLATED ALUMINUM,

LOWEST BREAKER INTERRUPT RATING: 50kA, BUS BRACING RATING: 50kA

DISTRIBUTION PANELBOARDS

NS600414X6K2, Alternate Number 0004.

Building Number 5 Switchboard 'BLD5-SB1'. Refer to drawing

E-211.

225A, FULLY RATED, 208Y/120V 3-PHASE 4-WIRE, ALUMINUM BUS, 22k AIC, 200A,

3P ED MAIN BREAKER (TOP FED), SURFACE MOUNTED, 42 CIRCUITS

400A, FULLY RATED, 208Y/120V 3-PHASE 4-WIRE, ALUMINUM BUS, 22k AIC, 400A,

3P DK MAIN BREAKER (TOP FED), SURFACE MOUNTED, 42 CIRCUITS

1200A, FULLY RATED, 208Y/120V 3-PHASE 4-WIRE, ALUMINUM BUS, 35k AIC, 800A,

NGS 3P MAIN BREAKER (TOP FED), SURFACE MOUNTED USED X-SPACE: 19X,

REMAINING X-SPACE: 19X, MAX X-SPACE FOR BRANCH DEVICES: 23X

800A, FULLY RATED, 600Y/347V 3-PHASE 4-WIRE, ALUMINUM BUS, 25k AIC, 800A,

MDL 3P MAIN BREAKER (TOP FED), SURFACE MOUNTED USED X-SPACE: 7X,

REMAINING X-SPACE: 7X, MAX X-SPACE FOR BRANCH DEVICES: 24X

600A, FULLY RATED, 208Y/120V 3-PHASE 4-WIRE, ALUMINUM BUS, 25k AIC, 300A,

LGE 3P MAIN BREAKER (Top FED), SURFACE MOUNTED USED X-SPACE: 20X,

REMAINING X-SPACE: 20X, MAX X-SPACE FOR BRANCH DEVICES: 27X

Refer to Eaton Detail Bill of Material, Negotiation Number

NS600414X6K2, Alternate Number 0004.

Maintenance Garage Emergency Panelboard 'MG-EPB1'.

Refer to drawing E-212.

Refer to Eaton Detail Bill of Material, Negotiation Number

NS600414X6K2, Alternate Number 0004.

Maintenance Garage Panelboard 'MG-PB1'. Refer to drawing

E-212.

Refer to Eaton Detail Bill of Material, Negotiation Number

NS600414X6K2, Alternate Number 0004.

Administration Building Panelboard 'ADM-DP1'. Refer to drawing E-213.

Refer to Eaton Detail Bill of Material, Negotiation Number

NS600414X6K2, Alternate Number 0004.

Administration Building Emergency Panelboard 'ADM-

EDP601'. Refer to drawing E-213.

Refer to Eaton Detail Bill of Material, Negotiation Number

NS600414X6K2, Alternate Number 0004.

Administration Building Emergency Panelboard 'ADM-EDP1'.

Refer to drawing E-213.

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21

22

23

24

27

28

25

26

29

30

31

34

35

32

33

20 1

EATON

1 METALEC

1 METALEC

1 METALEC

1 ENTRELEC

1 ENTRELEC

1 TOROMONT CAT

2 TOROMONT CAT

1 TOROMONT CAT

1 TOROMONT CAT

1

TOROMONT CAT

1 TOROMONT CAT

1 TOROMONT CAT

2 TOROMONT CAT

4 TOROMONT CAT

1

TOROMONT CAT

3 TOROMONT CAT

100A, FULLY RATED, 120/240V 1-PHASE 3-WIRE, ALUMINUM BUS, 22k AIC, 100A, ED

MAIN BREAKER (TOP FED), SURFACE MOUNTED, 30 CIRCUITS

SPLICE/TAP BOXES

Refer to Eaton Detail Bill of Material, Negotiation Number

NS600414X6K2, Alternate Number 0004.

Building No. 5 Panelboard 'BLD5-Panel PP1'. Refer to drawing

E-211.

NEMA TYPE 12 WALL MOUNT SPLICE JUNCTION BOX, 30"h x 24"w x 10"d, 95lbs

NEMA TYPE 12 WALL MOUNT SPLICE JUNCTION BOX, 40"h x 24"w x 10"d, 120lbs

NEMA TYPE 12 WALL MOUNT SPLICE JUNCTION BOX, 30"h x 24"w x 10"d, 95lbs

Refer to Metalec Estimate No. E12480.0A. Maintenance

Garage Splice Junction Box 'MG-SPL'. Refer to drawing E-212.

Refer to Metalec Estimate No. E12480.0A. Administration

Building Splice Junction Box for Non-Essential Loads 'ADM-

SPL-DP1'. Refer to drawing E-213.

Refer to Metalec Estimate No. E12480.0A. Administration

Building Splice Junction Box for Essential Loads 'ADM-SPL-

EDP1'. Refer to drawing E-213.

TERMINALS: M35/16 FOR WIRES / CABLES SIZED #10-1/O. Part #115124.07.

Refer to Metalec Estimate No. E12480.0A (e-mail and attachment from Jason Stevenson).

TERMINALS: M300/42.EE FOR WIRES / CABLES SIZED OVER 1/O UP TO 400MCM. Part Refer to Metalec Estimate No. E12480.0A (e-mail and

#011514920.

RENTALS

CATERPILLAR XQ500 TRAILERIZED DIESEL GENERATOR, 500kW, 347/600V, 3-PHASE, attachment from Jason Stevenson).

Refer to Toromont Power Systems Rental Quote No. 161178.

2650L FUEL CAPACITY, 99L/hr FUEL CONSUMPTION AT 75% LOAD

CATERPILLAR XQ200 TRAILERIZED DIESEL GENERATOR, 200kW, 120/208V, 3-PHASE,

1295L FUEL CAPACITY, 40L/hr FUEL CONSUMPTION AT 75% LOAD

CATERPILLAR XQ200 TRAILERIZED DIESEL GENERATOR, 200kW, 347/600V, 3-PHASE,

1295L FUEL CAPACITY, 40L/hr FUEL CONSUMPTION AT 75% LOAD

800A, 120/208V AUTOMATIC TRANSFER SWITCH

800A, 347/600V AUTOMATIC TRANSFER SWITCH

200A, 120/208V AUTOMATIC TRANSFER SWITCH

400kVA, 208V-2400/4160V TRANSFORMER

500kVA, 600V-2400/4160V TRANSFORMER

For Airfield Elect. Center and Admin. Building.

Refer to Toromont Power Systems Rental Quote No. 161178.

For Building No. 5.

Refer to Toromont Power Systems Rental Quote No. 161178.

For Airfield Elect. Center and Maint. Garage.

Refer to Toromont Power Systems Rental Quote No. 161178.

For Building No. 5.

Refer to Toromont Power Systems Rental Quote No. 161178.

For Administration Building.

For New Tower.

Refer to Toromont Power Systems Rental Quote No. 161178.

For Building No. 5.

Refer to Toromont Power Systems Rental Quote No. 161178.

Two for the Airfield Elect. Center, then one each for the

Admin. Building and Maint. Garage.

TEMPORARY 2-4/C #4/0, 1kV CABLE For the Administration Building.

TEMPORARY 4-1/C #2 XLPE, 5kV CABLE

TEMPORARY 2-4/C #500MCM, 1kV CABLE

For the Administration Building.

For Building No. 5.

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37

38

39

NOTES

REVISION

B

A

1 TOROMONT CAT

1

TOROMONT CAT

1 TOROMONT CAT

2 TOROMONT CAT

TEMPORARY 4/C #6, 5kV CABLE

TEMPORARY 2-4/C #350MCM, 1kV CABLE

TEMPORARY 4/C #4, 5kV CABLE

TEMPORARY 4/C #3/0, 1kV CABLE

ISSUE STATUS

Issued for Tender

Issued for Client Review

PREPARED BY/DATE

Emily Fratin / 2016-07-21

Emily Fratin / 2016-05-26

For Building No. 5.

For the Maintenance Garage.

For the Maintenance Garage.

For the Airfield Electrical Center.

CHECKED BY/DATE

Aziz Sene / 2016-07-21

Aziz Sene / 2016-05-26

APPROVED BY/DATE

Aziz Sene / 2016-07-21

Aziz Sene / 2016-05-26

Appendix H

Datasheets and Technical Specifications for

Automatic Transfer Switches

North Bay Jack Garland Airport Corporation NTB-00005171-A0

EQUIPMENT DATA SHEET

Item Rev Title

SECTION A - IDENTIFICATION

A1

A2

A3

Equipment Type

Equipment Manufacturer

Quantity

A4

A5

Serial Number

Model Number

SECTION B - REFERENCE DOCUMENTS

B1 Arrangement/Detail Drawing

SECTION C - PROCESS/DESING DATA

C1

C2

C3

C4

Supply System Primary Voltage

Supply System Phase

Supple System Frequency

Supply System Voltage Tolerance

ADMINISTRATION BUILDING

AUTOMATIC TRANSFER SWITCH

Notes UOM

Provide

Provide

Confirm

Provide

Provide

Provide text text text text text text

SITE: NBJGAC

Project Design Data

Automatic Transfer Switch

One (1)

Provide with quotation

Confirm

Confirm

Confirm

Confirm

Confirm

Confirm

Confirm

Confirm

Confirm

Confirm

Provide

Confirm

Provide

Provide

Confirm

Confirm

Confirm

Confirm

Confirm

Confirm

Confirm

V

Φ

Hz

%

°C ft

%rH

600

3

60

± 10%

Solid on the utility side, no NGR on the generator side

To be determined

C5

C6

Supply System Neutral Grounding

Supply System Short-Circuit Power

SECTION D - DUTY/OPERATING CONDITIONS

D1

D2

D3

D4

D5

Ambient Temperature (min,max)

Location

Altitude

Humidity

Area Classification

SECTION E - ELECTRICAL/INSTRUMENTATION/CONTROL

E1 Transfer Switch Type

E2 Transition Mode

E9

E10

E11

E12

E13

E14

E15

E16

E17

E6

E7

E8

E3

E4

E5

Controller Type

Nominal Voltage

Full Load Current Rating

Minimum Fault Withstand Rating

Maximum Fault Withstand Rating

Solid Neutral (yes/no)

Voltage Sensing

Frenquency Sensing

Time Delay Engine Start

Time Delay Normal to Standby

Time Delay Engine Cool Down

Time Delay Standby to Normal

Power Failure Test Switch (yes/no)

Remote Test Terminals

Lug Configuration

SECTION F - CONSTRUCTION

F1

F2

F3

Enclosure

Cable Entry

Surface Mount

Confirm

Confirm

Confirm

Confirm

Confirm

Confirm

Info

Confirm

Confirm

Confirm text kA, Φ , text text

V

A kA kA text text text

Seconds

Minutes

Minutes

Minutes text text text text

*-40 min., 38.3 recorded max., 40 absolute max

Indoor

1215 ft. above sea level

10% - 100%

Non-hazardous location

Electrically operated, mechanically held

Close transition (ATC 900), w/ bypass isolation switch

Microprocessor based control, panel mounted on enclosure door

600

800

42

Yes

Yes

Yes

Yes

0-10

*1-5

5

0-30

Yes

Yes

2 per phase, 4/C 500MCM

NEMA 1

Bottom

Yes, stand-alone

SECTION G - SURFACE PREPARATION AND PAINTING

G1

G2

Paint

Finish coating

G3 Corrosive-resistant primer on all surfaces

SECTION H - WEIGHTS AND LOADS

H1 Weight

Maximum Allowable Enclosure Dimensions

H2

H3

(W x H x D)

Number of sections required for shipping

SECTION I - TESTING AND ACCEPTANCE

I1

I2

Tested in accordance with applicable standards

CSA certified

NOTES

1

2

3

Revision

B

A

Provide

Provide

Provide

Provide

Provide

Provide

Provide

Confirm kg mm text

1219 x 2324 x 689 text

Yes

Confirm' means 'Vendor to confirm equipment design meets datasheet and specification requirements'

Info' means 'Purchaser to provide information to vendor'

Provide' means 'Vendor to provide information based on design'

Issue Status

For Tender

Client Review

Prepared By/Date

Aziz Sene / 21-07-2016

Aziz Sene / 26-05-2016

Checked By/Date

Aziz Sene / 21-07-2016

Aziz Sene / 26-05-2016

NORTH BAY

JACK GARLAND AIRPORT

CORPORATION

Suplier Data Operation Data

Approved By/Date

Aziz Sene / 21-07-2016

Aziz Sene / 26-05-2016

North Bay Jack Garland Airport Corporation NTB-00005171-A0

EQUIPMENT DATA SHEET

Item Rev Title

SECTION A - IDENTIFICATION

A1

A2

A3

Equipment Type

Equipment Manufacturer

Quantity

A4

A5

Serial Number

Model Number

SECTION B - REFERENCE DOCUMENTS

B1 Arrangement/Detail Drawing

SECTION C - PROCESS/DESING DATA

C1

C2

C3

C4

Supply System Primary Voltage

Supply System Phase

Supple System Frequency

Supply System Voltage Tolerance

MAINTENANCE GARAGE AUTOMATIC

TRANSFER SWITCH

Notes UOM

Provide

Provide

Confirm

Provide

Provide

Provide text text text text text text

SITE: NBJGAC

Project Design Data

Automatic Transfer Switch

One (1)

Provide with quotation

Confirm

Confirm

Confirm

Confirm

Confirm

Confirm

Confirm

Confirm

Confirm

Confirm

Provide

Confirm

Provide

Provide

Confirm

Confirm

Confirm

Confirm

Confirm

Confirm

Confirm

V

Φ

Hz

%

°C ft

%rH

208

3

60

± 10%

Solid on the utility side, no NGR on the generator side

To be determined

C5

C6

Supply System Neutral Grounding

Supply System Short-Circuit Power

SECTION D - DUTY/OPERATING CONDITIONS

D1

D2

D3

D4

D5

Ambient Temperature (min,max)

Location

Altitude

Humidity

Area Classification

SECTION E - ELECTRICAL/INSTRUMENTATION/CONTROL

E1 Transfer Switch Type

E2 Transition Mode

E9

E10

E11

E12

E13

E14

E15

E16

E17

E6

E7

E8

E3

E4

E5

Controller Type

Nominal Voltage

Full Load Current Rating

Minimum Fault Withstand Rating

Maximum Fault Withstand Rating

Solid Neutral (yes/no)

Voltage Sensing

Frenquency Sensing

Time Delay Engine Start

Time Delay Normal to Standby

Time Delay Engine Cool Down

Time Delay Standby to Normal

Power Failure Test Switch (yes/no)

Remote Test Terminals

Lug Configuration

SECTION F - CONSTRUCTION

F1

F2

F3

Enclosure

Cable Entry

Surface Mount

Confirm

Confirm

Confirm

Confirm

Confirm

Confirm

Info

Confirm

Confirm

Confirm text kA, Φ , text text

V

A kA kA text text text

Seconds

Minutes

Minutes

Minutes text text text text

*-40 min., 38.3 recorded max., 40 absolute max

Indoor

1215 ft. above sea level

10% - 100%

Non-hazardous location

Electrically operated, mechanically held

Open transition (ATC 300+), w/ bypass isolation switch

Microprocessor based control, panel mounted on enclosure door

208

200

100

Yes

Yes

Yes

Yes

0-10

*1-5

5

0-30

Yes

Yes

1 per phase, 4/c #3/0

NEMA 1

Top

Yes, stand-alone

SECTION G - SURFACE PREPARATION AND PAINTING

G1

G2

Paint

Finish coating

G3 Corrosive-resistant primer on all surfaces

SECTION H - WEIGHTS AND LOADS

H1 Weight

Maximum Allowable Enclosure Dimensions

H2

H3

(W x H x D)

Number of sections required for shipping

SECTION I - TESTING AND ACCEPTANCE

I1

I2

Tested in accordance with applicable standards

CSA certified

NOTES

1

2

3

Revision

B

A

Provide

Provide

Provide

Provide

Provide

Provide

Provide

Confirm kg mm text

762 x 2019 x 533 text

Yes

Confirm' means 'Vendor to confirm equipment design meets datasheet and specification requirements'

Info' means 'Purchaser to provide information to vendor'

Provide' means 'Vendor to provide information based on design'

Issue Status

For Tender

Client Review

Prepared By/Date

Aziz Sene / 21-07-2016

Aziz Sene / 26-05-2016

Checked By/Date

Aziz Sene / 21-07-2016

Aziz Sene / 26-05-2016

NORTH BAY

JACK GARLAND AIRPORT

CORPORATION

Suplier Data Operation Data

Approved By/Date

Aziz Sene / 21-07-2016

Aziz Sene / 26-05-2016

North Bay Jack Garland Airport Corporation

Rehabilitation of the Airport

Electrical Power Supply Systems for

Both Standard and Emergency Power

NTB-00005171-A0

Technical Specifications for

Administration Building Low Voltage

Contractor Based Bypass Isolation

Automatic Transfer Switches

May 03, 2016

Rev.

B

Status

For Tender

North Bay Jack Garland Airport Corporation

Rehabilitation of the Airport

Electrical Power Supply Systems for

Both Standard and Emergency Power

NTB-00005171-A0

Technical Specifications for

Administration Building Automatic

Transfer Switch exp Services

885 Regent Street

Suite 3-6A

Sudbury, ON P3E 5M4

Canada

Prepared By/Date Checked By/Date Approved By/Date

E. Fratin / 2016-05-03 A. Sene / 2016-05-03 A. Sene / 2016-05-03 i

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Technical Specifications for Administration Building Automatic Transfer Switch

Date: May 03, 2016

Table of Contents

Table of Contents .......................................................................................................................................................... i

1 General ................................................................................................................................................................... 1

1.1

Scope ................................................................................................................................................................ 1

1.2

References ........................................................................................................................................................ 1

1.3

Submittals

– For Review/Approval .................................................................................................................... 1

1.4

Submittals

– For Construction........................................................................................................................... 2

1.5

Qualifications..................................................................................................................................................... 2

1.6

Delivery, Storage and Handling ........................................................................................................................ 2

1.7

Operation and Maintenance Manuals ............................................................................................................... 2

2 Products ................................................................................................................................................................. 3

2.1

Manufacturers ................................................................................................................................................... 3

2.2

Ratings .............................................................................................................................................................. 3

2.3

Construction ...................................................................................................................................................... 4

2.4

Bypass Isolation Switch .................................................................................................................................... 4

2.5

Microprocessor Logic ........................................................................................................................................ 5

2.6

Microprocessor-based controller (ATC-900 closed transition) ......................................................................... 6

2.7

Surge Protection Devices ............................................................................................................................... 11

2.8

Wiring/Terminations ........................................................................................................................................ 11

2.9

Enclosure ........................................................................................................................................................ 11

2.10

Finish ............................................................................................................................................................... 11

3 Execution ............................................................................................................................................................. 11

3.1

Factory Testing ............................................................................................................................................... 11

3.2

Installation ....................................................................................................................................................... 12

3.3

Field Quality Control ....................................................................................................................................... 12

3.4

Manufacturer’s Certification ............................................................................................................................ 12

3.5

Training ........................................................................................................................................................... 12

3.6

Field Service Organization .............................................................................................................................. 12

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Technical Specifications for Administration Building Automatic Transfer Switch

Date: May 03, 2016

1 General

1.1 Scope

A. Furnish and install the low voltage automatic transfer switches having the ratings, features/accessories and enclosures as specified herein and as shown on the contract drawings.

1.2 References

A. All electronic and electrical equipment must be approved by NAV Canada to ensure there is no interference with navigational systems in the airport (TP 1247E).

B. The publications listed below form part of this specification. Each publication shall be the latest revision and addendum in effect on the date this Specification is issued for construction unless noted otherwise. Except as modified by the requirements specified herein, or the details of the drawings, work included in this Specification shall conform to the applicable provisions of these publications.

C. The automatic transfer switches and all components shall be designed, manufactured and tested in accordance with the latest applicable standard of CSA as follows:

1. CSA 22.2 No. 178

– Automatic Transfer Switches

2. CSA C282

– Emergency Electrical power Supply for Buildings

D. TP 312, 5th Edition

E. ICAO Standards

F. IATA Standards (ADRM 10th Edition)

G. Ontario Electrical Safety Code (OESC)

H. Electrical Safety Authority (ESA)

I. Electrical and Electronic Manufacturers Association of Canada (EEMAC)

J. Ontario Building Code (OBC)

K.

Underwriters’ Laboratories of Canada (ULC)

L. National Building Code of Canada (NBC)

1.3 Submittals

– For Review/Approval

A. The following information shall be submitted to the Engineer.

1. Front view and plan view of the assembly

2. Schematic diagram

3. Conduit space locations within the assembly

4. Assembly ratings including; a) Withstand and closing rating b) Voltage c) Continuous current rating

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Date: May 03, 2016

d) Short-time rating if applicable e) Short-circuit rating if ordered with integral protection

5. Cable terminal sizes

6. Product data sheets

B. Where applicable, the following additional information shall be submitted to the Engineer :

1. Busway connection

2. Connection details between close-coupled assemblies

3. Composite front view and plan view of close-coupled assemblies

1.4 Submittals

– For Construction

A. The following information shall be submitted for record purposes;

1. Final as-built drawings and information for items listed in section 1.4.

2. Wiring diagrams

3. Certified production test reports

4. Installation information

B. The final (as-built) drawings shall include the same drawings as the construction drawings and shall incorporate all changes made during the manufacturing process.

1.5 Qualifications

A. The manufacturer of the assembly shall be the manufacturer of major components within the assembly.

B. For the equipment specified herein, the manufacturer shall be certified as a minimum to ISO 9002.

C. The manufacturer of this equipment shall have produced similar electrical equipment for a minimum period of five (5) years. When requested by the Engineer, an acceptable list of installations with similar equipment shall be provided demonstrating compliance with this requirement.

1.6 Delivery, Storage and Handling

A. Equipment shall be handled and stored in accordance with manufacturer’s instructions. One (1) copy of these instructions shall be included with the equipment at time of shipment.

1.7 Operation and Maintenance Manuals

A. Equipment operation and maintenance manuals shall be provided with each assembly shipped, and shall include instruction leaflets and instruction bulletins for the complete assembly and each major component.

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Technical Specifications for Administration Building Automatic Transfer Switch

Date: May 03, 2016

2 Products

2.1 Manufacturers

A. Eaton

B. Schneider Electric

C. Toshont Power Products

D. The listing of specific manufacturers above does not imply acceptance of their products that do not meet the specified ratings, features and functions. Manufacturers listed above are not relieved from meeting these specifications in their entirety. Products in compliance with the specification and manufactured by others not named will be considered only if pre-approved by the engineer ten (10) days prior to bid date.

TRANSFER

SWITCH

AMPERE

RATING

UP TO 480V 600V

CONTACTOR

MECHANSIM

FRAME SIZE

WITHSTAND

RATING

(ANY BREAKER)

WITHSTAND

RATING

(SPECIFIC

BREAKER)

WITHSTAND

RATING

(ANY BREAKER)

WITHSTAND

RATING

(SPECIFIC

BREAKER)

SPECIFIC

FUSE RATING

600V

FUSE

TYPE

MAXIMUM

FUSE

AMPERES

100, 150, 200 C C3 30,000 50,000 22,000 35,000 200,000 RK5 400

225, 260, 400

225, 260, 400

C

D

C3

C3

30,000

50,000

50,000

65,000

-

42,000

-

65,000

200,000 RK5

200,000 RK5

600

600

600, 800 D C3 50,000 65,000 42,000 65,000 200,000 L 1200

1000, 1200

2.2 Ratings

D C3 50,000 65,000 42,000 65,000 200,000

A. The transfer switch shall have a 3 cycle withstand and closing rating of 25 KA at 600volts.

B. The transfer swtich shall be 100% equipment rated for continuous duty.

L 1600

C. The voltage rating of the transfer switch shall be no less than the system voltage rating. The continuous current rating of the transfer switch shall be no less than the maximum continuous current requirements of the system.

D. The transfer switch shall be 100% equipment rated for continuous duty as shown on the drawings and shall conform to the applicable requirements of CSA 22.2 No. 178 for emergency system total load.

E. The automatic transfer switches shall be fully rated to protect all types of loads, inductive and resistive, from loss of continuity of power, without derating, either open or enclosed.

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2.3 Construction

A. Power Switching Device

– 40-1200 Amp Bypass Isolation ATS Contactor Type

1. Switches rated 40-1200A shall be Floor Standing construction.

2. Switching devices for 40 Amp through 1200 Amp transfer switches shall be Contactor type mechanisms. All

Contactors shall be CSA Certified for application in their intended enclosures for 100% of their continuous ampere rating.

3. Switches rated 40-1200A shall operate with a time delay in the neutral position, adjustable from 0 to 120 seconds. {Feature 32A}

4. Switches rated 40-1200A shall be closed transition with a maximum parallel time of 100ms {Feature 47G

(closed transition with default to time delay in the neutral position)}.

B. Transfer switches shall be closed transition and operate in a make before break fashion. The transfer switch logic will limit the source parallel time to less than 100ms. Closed transition transfer switches shall include a time delay utility parallel relay, external to the controller, to shunt trip the upstream breaker in the event that the transfer switch remains closed on both sources for a period greater than .5-1 second. Closed transition transfer switches shall have the option to default to a delayed transition.

C. The automatic transfer switch shall be of double throw construction operated by a reliable electrical mechanism momentarily energized. There shall be a direct mechanical coupling to facilitate transfer in 6 cycles or less.

D. Contactors or components thereof not specifically designed, as an automatic transfer switch will not be acceptable.

E. The switching panel shall consist of a separate control or transformer panel. Control power for all transfer operations shall be derived from the line side of the source to which the load is being transferred.

F. Each transfer switch shall be positively interlocked both mechanically and electrically to prevent simultaneous closing of both sources under either automatic or manual operation. Main contacts shall be mechanically held in position in both normal and emergency positions.

G. Transfer switches will be supplied with a manual-operating handle. Manual operation shall only be performed with the switch de-energized.

H. On transfer switches requiring a fourth pole for switching the neutral, the neutral shall be identical to the other power poles. Switched neutral poles which are add-on or overlap, or that are not capable of breaking full rated load current are not acceptable.

I. The transfer switch shall have a multi-tap voltage transformer for ease of voltage adjustment in the field.

2.4 Bypass Isolation Switch

A. The bypass isolation transfer switch shall be of draw-out configuration utilizing two identical and interchangeable contactors for the ATS and the Bypass switch individually seated in a wheeled truck assembly.

B. The ATS and the Bypass switch shall be contained in separate compartments located behind separate doors with padlockable handles.

C.

An indicating light shall be provided to indicate a “Door Open” condition. The “Door Open” condition will inactivate any door mounted controls that are potentially unsafe to operate with the door open.

D. All control wiring shall be contained in a low-voltage compartment separated from the line voltage. All control wiring shall be harnessed with keyed disconnect plugs for ease of maintenance

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E. The bypass isolation transfer switch shall be front accessible and the incoming source one, source two and load connections shall be in separate compartments accessible by removable panels.

F. Bus links shall be provided to allow for field configurable connections of top or bottom entry or a combination of both. Standard shall be with source one and load connections on top and source two connections on the bottom unless otherwise specified

G. The transfer to bypass shall be accomplished by operation of a single selector switch. The selector switch shall have two positions, “Auto” for operation on the ATS or “Bypass” for operation on the Bypass transfer switch.

Control logic shall be designed so that the transfer to bypass will be to the connected source.

H. The microprocessor controller shall be actively controlling the bypass switch while in the bypass position. In the event of a power failure while on bypass, the transfer switch controller shall automatically transfer the bypass switch to the alternate source.

I. The bypass isolation transfer switch shall be electrically interlocked to prevent cross connection of sources when operated either automatically, or manually.

J. Customer connections shall be wired out to a single terminal block mounted inside the enclosure.

K. The front panel of the bypass isolation transfer switch shall contain instructions on the operation of the bypass and isolation functions. Indicating lights shall be provided for Source Available and Source Connected for the operation in Auto or Bypass.

L. The ATS shall be capable of being racked-out with the enclosure door closed using a single motion. An indicating light shall be mounted on the door to indicate when the switch is isolated from the power and when the switch is in the racked-out position. A key interlock shall be provided to prevent the transfer switch from being racked out while the transfer switch is still powering the load.

M.

The bypass isolation transfer switch shall have three positions: “Connected”, “Isolated”, and “Racked-Out”. In the “Connected” position, the ATS is racked-in and is being actively monitored by the ATC controller indicated solid green light. In the “Isolated” position, the finger clusters on the ATS have been removed from the bus stabs and is indicated by a solid red light and in the “Racked-Out” position the ATS has been completely racked-out and disconnected from control power and is indicated by a flashing red light.

N. The Bypass Isolation transfer switch shall be interlocked to prevent the racking-in of either the ATS or the

Bypass switch in a closed state.

O. The bypass isolation transfer switch shall have a 2position Test/Manual selector switch. The “Test” position shall only be active while the ATS is in the Isolated or Racked-out position. This feature is used to test the electrical operation of the ATS. The “Manual” position shall be operable only when operating on the Bypass switch, while the ATS is in the Isolated or Racked-Out position and the automatic controller is deactivated. This feature is used to manually transfer the Bypass.

P. A detached handle shall be provided for manual operation of the switches in the Racked-Out position.

Q. The ATS and the Bypass switch compartments are factory interconnected with silver plated copper bus.

R. Bypass Isolation transfer switch shall be painted ANSI 61 grey with white interior.

2.5 Microprocessor Logic

A. The transfer switch shall be controlled by a Eaton ATC 900 type microprocessor-based controller, or approved equivalent. The controller shall be hardened against potential problems from transients and surges. Operation of the transfer switch and monitoring of both sources shall be managed by the controller.

B. The automatic transfer switch controllers shall meet or exceed the following standards in addition to the basic switch standards:

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1. IEC 61000-4-2 - EMC Testing and Measurement Techniques - Electrostatic Discharge Immunity Test

2. IEC 61000-4-3 - EMC Testing and Measurement Techniques - Radio-frequency, Electromagnetic Field

Immunity Test

3. IEC 61000-4-4 - EMC Testing and Measurement Techniques - Electrical Fast Transient/Burst Immunity Test

4. IEC 61000-4-5 - EMC Testing and Measurement Techniques - Surge Immunity Test

5. IEC 61000-4-6 - EMC Testing and Measurement Techniques - Immunity to Conducted Disturbances,

Induced by Radio-frequency Fields

6. IEC 61000-4-11 - EMC Testing and Measurement Techniques - Voltage Dips, Short Interrupts and Voltage

Variations Immunity Tests

7. CISPR11, Class B - Industrial, Scientific and Medical Radio-frequency Equipment - Electromagnetic

Disturbance Characteristics - Limits and Methods of Measurement

8. FCC Part 15, Subpart B, Class B

C. The logic control panel shall control the operation of the transfer switch. All sensing and logic shall be controlled by an onboard microprocessor for maximum reliability and minimum maintenance. The logic controller shall be connected to the transfer switch by and interconnecting wiring harness. The harness shall include a keyed disconnect plug to enable the control panel to be disconnect from the transfer switch for routine maintenance.

2.6 Microprocessor-based controller (ATC-900 closed transition)

A. The microprocessor-based controller display shall be UV resistant and include a 4.3 inch Color TFT (480x272), backlit display. The controller shall be capable of displaying transfer switch status, parameters, and diagnostic data. All set point parameters shall be password protected and programmable using the controller keypad, USB port, or remotely using serial port access. Limited abbreviations or codes shall be used for transfer switch functions

B. The microprocessorbased controller shall include a mimic bus display consisting of six (6) individual LED’s

(3mm) for indicating the following:

1. Availability status of source 1

2. Availability status of source 2

3. Connection status of source 1

4. Connection status of source 2

5. Source 1 Preferred

6. Source 2 Preferred

C. The controller shall have a voltage range of 0-790 volts (50/60 Hz) with an accuracy of +/- 1% of the reading and a frequency range of 40-70 Hz with an accuracy of +/- .3 Hz

D. Voltage and frequency dropout and pickup parameters are set as a percentage of the nominal voltage as indicated in the table below:

Setpoint Sources Pickup

Undervoltage

Overvoltage

Source1 and 2

Source 1 and 2

Dropout

70

– 97%

105

– 110%

(DO + 2%) - 99%

103% - (DO

– 2%)

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Underfrequency

Overfrequency

Source 1 and 2

Source 1 and 2

90

– 97%

103

– 105%

5

– 20%

(DO + 1Hz)

– 99%

101% - (DO

– 1Hz)

(UNBAL DO% - 2)

– 3%

Voltage Unbalance Source 1 and 2

E. The normal and emergency sources shall include phase reversal protection. The preferred rotation is programmable as ABC or CBA.

F. A time delay shall be provided on transfer to source 2, adjustable from 0 to 166 minutes.

G. A time delay shall be provided to override a momentary power outage or voltage fluctuation, adjustable from 0 to

120 seconds.

H. A time delay shall be provided on retransfer from source 2 to source 1, adjustable from 0 to 166 minutes.

I. A time delay shall be provided after retransfer that allows the generator to run unloaded prior to shutdown, adjustable form 0 to 166 minutes.

J. A time delay shall be provided for engine failure to start, adjustable 0- 6 seconds.

K. A pre and or post transfer time delay output adjustable from 0-120 seconds. The contact shall be a form-c contact rated for 10-Amp at 250-Vac and 10-Amp at 30-Vdc.

L. All delays shall be field adjustable from the microprocessor-based controller without the use of special tools.

M. Additional features:

1. One Form C contact for closure of the source 1 generator start circuit for optional use with a dual generator system. The contacts shall be rated for 5-Amp at 250-Vac and 5-Amp at 30-Vdc.

2. One Form C contact for closure of the source 2 generator start circuit. The contacts shall be rated for 5-Amp at 250-Vac and 5-Amp at 30-Vdc.

3. The controller shall include two independently programmable Engine Exercisers, selectable as disabled, 7,

14, or 28 day interval, or by calendar date. Run time shall be adjustable for 0-600 minutes, with or without load. Upon loss of source 2 power, the ATS shall automatically return to source 1. Transfer time delays shall also be independently programmable for test events.

4. The controller shall include a keypad pushbutton to initiate a system test.

5. The controller shall include 4 user configurable inputs. Each input provides 50 volts at 10ma and can be user configured to one of the following features: a) Input to accept a remote contact which closes to initiate a transfer to source 2. This feature shall be failsafe and an automatic retransfer shall occur in the event that source 2 power is lost. b) Input to accept a remote contact which closes to initiate a transfer to source 2. This feature shall be failsafe and an automatic retransfer shall occur in the event that source 2 power is lost. c) Input to accept a remote contact which opens to inhibit transfer to source 2. d) Input to enable monitor mode to disable automatic operation of the transfer switch while continuing to display status. Monitor mode allows set point programming at the controller display. e) Input to enable lockout feature to disable automatic operations of the transfer switch following an overcurrent trip of an integral circuit breaker. f) Input to enable or disable manual retransfer to source 1.

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g) Input to initiate manual retransfer to source 1. h) Input to initiate a remote engine test. The test will run using the programmed engine test set points. i) Input to select source 1 or source 2 as the preferred source. j) Input to initiate a remote load test. k) Input to indicate the bypass transfer switch is closed on a source. l) Input to bypass time delays. m) Input to receive engine start signal from a master controller in a three source application.

6. The controller shall include 4 user configurable outputs rated for 10-Amp at 250-Vac and 10-Amp at 30-Vdc.

Each input can be user configured to one of the following features: a) Source 1 connected b) Source 2 connected c) ATS in test d) ATS not in automatic mode (Monitor Mode) e) General Alarm indication for failure to transfer, mechanical fault, or electrical fault f) Engine Test Aborted g) Engine cool down in process h) Engine start contact status i) Emergency inhibit on j) Load sequence

– Output used to signal select loads to disconnect prior to transfer and reconnect 0-120 seconds after. Loads are reconnected sequentially. k) Selective load shed

– Output used to shed low priority loads when the load reaches a programmed threshold value. A load shed and load restore set point (measured in kW) are associated with this feature. l) Load bank control

– Output to disconnect a load bank during an engine run test if a transfer to a source

2 generator is required. m) Pre and/or post transfer signal - A pre and or post transfer time delay output adjustable from 0-120 seconds.

7. One Form C auxiliary contact to indicate Source 1 position and one Form C contact to indicate source 2 position. The contacts shall be rated for 10-Amp, 1/3-Horsepower at 250-Vac and 10-Amp at 30-Vdc.

8. One Form C contact for Source 1 Available. The contacts shall be rated for 10-Amp, 1/3-Horsepower at 250-

Vac and 10-Amp at 30-Vdc.

9. One Form C contact for Source 2 Available. The contacts shall be rated for 10-Amp, 1/3-Horsepower at 250-

Vac and 10-Amp at 30-Vdc.

10. Data Logging: a) Historical Data Storage to include:

1. Engine Run Time

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2. Source 1 Available time

3. Source 2 Available time

4. Source 1 Connected time

5. Source 2 Connected time

6. Source 1 Engine Run Time

7. Source 2 Engine Run Time

8. Load Energized Time

9. Number of Transfers b) Event Summary shall include up to 100 date and time stamped events. All metered values are logged for each event. Event summaries include:

1. Transfer events

2. Alarms

3. Changes to the set points

4. Changes to the time/date

5. Resetting a historical counter

6. Engine Run test c) Event Details shall include up to 350 date and time stamped events. All metered values are logged for each event. Event details include detailed sequence of operations of a transfer event. d) Event recording shall capture 4 seconds of metered data, stored every 20 msec for certain events. The data is captured 2 seconds before and 2 seconds after the event. Oscillographic data for 10 events is stored and may be downloaded over USB. Events Include:

1. Source unavailability actions that initiate a transfer sequence (Undervoltage, Overvoltage, etc.)

2. Successful transfers (at the point of breaker/contactor closure)

3. Unsuccessful transfers (at the point of breaker/contactor failure to close or open)

N. Optional accessories

1. Non-Automatic Control: Provide a 2-Position Selector Switch, maintained contact, marked:

“Automatic” and “Non-Automatic”. The transfer switch shall be transferred by actuating a two position maintained selector switch labeled “Source 1”and “Source 2”. A 30mm pilot light shall be provided labeled “Not in Automatic”

2. Non-Automatic Control: Provide a 3-Position Selector Switch, maintained contact, marked:

“Automatic” and “Non-Automatic”. The transfer switch shall be transferred by actuating a three position maintained selector switch labeled “Source 1”, “Off” and “Source 2”. A 30mm pilot light shall be provided labeled “Not in Automatic”.

3. Manual Retransfer Control: The ATS shall remain connected to the emergency source after the normal source becomes available until a momentary pushbutton contact closure signal is received to initiate the retransfer. Should a failure of the emergency source occur while waiting for the manual return, the re-transfer proceeds automatically.

4. Device panel mounted Preferred Source Selector switch

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5. Device panel mounted Source 2 Inhibit keyed switch with 30mm white pilot light indicating inhibit status.

6. Device panel mounted selector switch to initiate a load transfer to source 2. This operation shall be failsafe to initiate an automatic retransfer upon loss of source 2 power.

7. Communications Interface to be Modbus RTU.

8. Where indicated on the drawings, provide 50KA surge protection device on source 1.

9. Integrated Load Metering

– The controller shall include integral load metering. When included, metered values shall be viewable from the controller LCD display. a)

Source 1 Voltages (3Ф) b)

Source 2 Voltages (3Ф) c)

Load Voltages (3Ф) d) Source 1 Frequency e) Source 2 Frequency f) Load Frequency g)

Load Currents (3Ф) h) Load kW i) Load kVar j) Load kVA k) pF

10. Remote Annunciator and Controller: a) Monitor up to eight (8) automatic transfer switches

1.

7” touchscreen color display.

2. Mimic bus display for each transfer switch with indication of source availability, based on controller pickup and dropout settings, and switch position.

3. Each mimic bus display shall be marked with the designation of the transfer switch monitored.

4. Indication of switch in test mode.

5. Indication of failure of digital communication link. b) Control Functions

1. Control functions shall be password protected and shall include: a) Initiate engine test b) Initiate a failsafe transfer to source 2 c) Initiate manual retransfer c) Indicating Lights: Grouped for each transfer switch monitored.

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d) Label each group, indicating transfer switch it monitors, location of switch, and identity of load it serves. e) Mounting: Flush, modular, steel cabinet, unless otherwise indicated. f) Communications capability to be compatible with ATS controller.

12. Three Source Transfer Control

– The ATC-900 controller shall include a Master/Slave functionality for use in configuring two independent transfer switches as a three source transfer system. a) Sequence of operations - In the event of a source 1 power failure the Master ATS controller shall send an engine start signal to the slave input on the Slave controller. The slave controller shall send an engine start signal to both generators. If a preferred generator is selected, the Slave controller will count down through the time delay for engine failure and remain on the preferred generator if it is available. If the preferred generator is not available at that time, the Slave ATS will transfer to the non-preferred generator. If none-preferred is selected, the Slave ATS will transfer to the first available generator. The unused generator will be shut down as soon as the

Slave ATS is connected to a good source.

2.7 Surge Protection Devices

A. Where indicated on the drawings, provide a surge protection device

1. CVX 50KA Surge Device Source 1 {Option 51D1}

2.8 Wiring/Terminations

A. Terminal blocks shall conform to NEMA ICS 4. Terminal blocks for remote connections shall be arranged to facilitate the entrance of external conductors from the top or bottom of the enclosure. The main transfer switch terminals shall be suitable for the termination of conductors shown on the plans.

2.9 Enclosure

A. Each transfer switch shall be provided in a NEMA 1enclosure suitable for use in environments indicated in the drawings.

2.10 Finish

A.

NEMA 1, 12 or 3R enclosures shall be painted with the manufacturer’s standard light gray ANSI 61paint.

3 Execution

3.1 Factory Testing

A. The following standard factory tests shall be performed on the equipment provided under this section. All tests shall be in accordance with the latest version of CSA and EEMAC standards.

1. Insulation check to ensure the integrity of insulation and continuity of the entire system.

2. Visual inspection to ensure that the switch matches the specification requirements and to verify that the fit and finish meet quality standards.

3. Mechanical tests to verify tha t the switch’s power sections are free of mechanical hindrances.

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4. Electrical tests to verify the complete electrical operation of the switch and to set up time delays and voltage sensing settings of the logic.

B. The manufacturer shall provide three (3) certified copies of factory test reports.

3.2 Installation

A.

The contractor shall install all equipment per the manufacturer’s recommendations and the contract drawings.

B. All necessary hardware to secure the assembly in place shall be provided by the contractor.

3.3 Field Quality Control

A. Provide the services of a qualified factorytrained manufacturer’s representative to assist the contractor in installation and start-up of the equipment specified under this section for a period of seven (7) working days. The manufacturer’s representative shall provide technical direction and assistance to the contractor in general assembly of the equipment, connections and adjustments, and testing of the assembly and components contained therein.

3.4

Manufacturer’s Certification

A. A qualified factorytrained manufacturer’s representative shall certify in writing that the equipment has been installed, adjusted and tested in accordance with the manufacturer’s recommendations.

B.

The Contractor shall provide a copy of the manufacturer’s representative’s certification.

3.5 Training

A. The Contractor shall conduct a training session for up to five (5) owner’s representatives for seven (7) normal workdays at a jobsite location determined by the owner. The training program shall consist of the instruction on the operation of the transfer switch and the major components within the assembly.

3.6 Field Service Organization

A. The manufacturer of the ATS shall also have a national service organization that is available throughout Canada and is available on call 24 hours a day, 365 days a year.

B. Equipment warranty shall be extended to two years from date of installation when service representatives employed by the equipment manufacturer perform installation.

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Rehabilitation of the Airport

Electrical Power Supply Systems for

Both Standard and Emergency Power

NTB-00005171-A0

Technical Specifications for

Maintenance Garage Low Voltage

Bypass/Isolation Breaker Based

Automatic Transfer Switches

May 03, 2016

Rev.

B

Status

For Tender

North Bay Jack Garland Airport Corporation

Rehabilitation of the Airport

Electrical Power Supply Systems for

Both Standard and Emergency Power

NTB-00005171-A0

Technical Specifications for

Maintenance Garage Automatic

Transfer Switch exp Services

885 Regent Street

Suite 3-6A

Sudbury, ON P3E 5M4

Canada

Prepared By/Date Checked By/Date Approved By/Date

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Table of Contents

Table of Contents .......................................................................................................................................................... i

1 General ................................................................................................................................................................... 1

1.1

Scope ................................................................................................................................................................ 1

1.2

References ........................................................................................................................................................ 1

1.3

Submittals

– For Review/Approval .................................................................................................................... 1

1.4

Submittals

– For Information ............................................................................................................................. 2

1.5

Submittals

– For Construction........................................................................................................................... 2

1.6

Qualifications..................................................................................................................................................... 3

1.7

Regulatory Requirements ................................................................................................................................. 3

1.8

Delivery, Storage and Handling ........................................................................................................................ 3

1.9

Operation and Maintenance Manuals ............................................................................................................... 3

2 Products ................................................................................................................................................................. 3

2.1

Manufacturers ................................................................................................................................................... 3

2.2

Ratings .............................................................................................................................................................. 4

2.3

Transfer Switch ................................................................................................................................................. 4

2.4

Bypass Isolation Switch .................................................................................................................................... 5

2.5

Microprocessor Logic Control ........................................................................................................................... 5

2.6

Microprocessor-based controller (ATC-300+ open transition) .......................................................................... 6

2.7

Surge Protection Devices ................................................................................................................................. 9

2.8

Wiring/Terminations .......................................................................................................................................... 9

2.9

Enclosure .......................................................................................................................................................... 9

2.10

Finish ................................................................................................................................................................. 9

3 Operation ................................................................................................................................................................ 9

3.1

Transfer Switch Operation ................................................................................................................................ 9

3.2

Accessories ..................................................................................................................................................... 10

3.3

Optional Accessories ...................................................................................................................................... 10

4 Execution ............................................................................................................................................................. 11

4.1

Examination .................................................................................................................................................... 11

4.2

Factory Testing ............................................................................................................................................... 11

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4.3

Installation ....................................................................................................................................................... 11

4.4

Field Quality Control ....................................................................................................................................... 11

4.5

Manufacturer’s Certification ............................................................................................................................ 12

4.6

Training ........................................................................................................................................................... 12

4.7

Field Service Organization .............................................................................................................................. 12

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1 General

1.1 Scope

A. The Contractor shall furnish and install the low voltage automatic transfer switch and bypass isolation transfer switch having the ratings, features/accessories and enclosures as specified herein and as shown on the contract drawings.

1.2 References

A. All electronic and electrical equipment must be approved by NAV Canada to ensure there is no interference with navigational systems in the airport (TP 1247E).

B. The publications listed below form part of this specification. Each publication shall be the latest revision and addendum in effect on the date this Specification is issued for construction unless noted otherwise. Except as modified by the requirements specified herein, or the details of the drawings, work included in this Specification shall conform to the applicable provisions of these publications.

C. The automatic transfer switch and bypass isolation switches and all components shall be designed, manufactured and tested in accordance with the latest applicable CSA standards as follows:

1. CSA 22.2 No. 178

– Automatic Transfer Switches

2. CSA 22.2 No. 5.1

– Molded Case Circuit Breakers

3. CSA 22.2 No. 5.2

– Molded Case Switches

4. CSA C282

– Emergency Electrical power Supply for Buildings

D. TP 312, 5th Edition

E. ICAO Standards

F. IATA Standards (ADRM 10th Edition)

G. Ontario Electrical Safety Code (OESC)

H. Electrical Safety Authority (ESA)

I. Electrical and Electronic Manufacturers Association of Canada (EEMAC)

J. Ontario Building Code (OBC)

K.

Underwriters’ Laboratories of Canada (ULC)

L. National Building Code of Canada (NBC)

1.3 Submittals

– For Review/Approval

A. The following information shall be submitted to the Engineer.

1. Master Drawings Index

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2. Front view and plan view of the assembly

3. Schematic diagram

4. Nameplate schedule

5. Component List

6. Conduit space locations within the assembly

7. Assembly ratings including; a) Short circuit rating b) Voltage c) Continuous current rating

8. Major component ratings including; a) Voltage class b) Continuous current rating c) Interrupting ratings

9. Cable terminal sizes

10. Product data sheets

B. Where applicable, the following additional information shall be submitted to the Engineer :

1. Busway connection

2. Connection details between close-coupled assemblies

3. Composite front view and plan view of close-coupled assemblies

4. Interlock schematic drawing, Kirk-key or as indicated otherwise, and sequence of operations

5. Mimic bus.

C. Submit ten (10) copies of the above information.

1.4 Submittals

– For Information

A. When requested by the Engineer, the following product information shall be submitted;

1. Descriptive bulletins

2. Product guides/sheets

1.5 Submittals

– For Construction

A. The following information shall be submitted for record purposes;

1. Final as-built drawings and information for items listed in section 1.4.

2. Wiring diagrams (where applicable)

3. Certified production test reports

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4. Installation information

B. The final (as-built) drawings shall include the same drawings as the construction drawings and shall incorporate all changes made during the manufacturing process.

C. Submit ten (10) copies of the above information

1.6 Qualifications

A. The manufacturer of the assembly shall be the manufacturer of major components and control modules installed within the assembly.

B. The manufacturer of this equipment shall have produced similar electrical equipment for a minimum period of five (5) years. When requested by the Engineer, an acceptable list of installations with similar equipment shall be provided demonstrating compliance with this requirement.

C. For the equipment specified herein, the manufacturer shall be certified as a minimum to ISO 9002.

1.7 Regulatory Requirements

A. Provide a certificate of compliance with CSA 22.2 No. 178 for the transfer switches furnished under this section.

The certificate of compliance is not required i f the manufacturer’s published data submitted and approved reflect

CSA C22.2 No. 178.

1.8 Delivery, Storage and Handling

A. Equipment shall be handled and stored in accordance with manufacturer’s instructions. One (1) copy of these instructions shall be included with the equipment at time of shipment.

1.9 Operation and Maintenance Manuals

A. Equipment operation and maintenance manuals shall be provided with each assembly shipped, and shall include instruction leaflets and instruction bulletins for the complete assembly and each major component.

2 Products

2.1 Manufacturers

A. Eaton

B. Schneider Electric

C. Toshont Power Products

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The listing of specific manufacturers above does not imply acceptance of their products that do not meet the specified ratings, features and functions. Manufacturers listed above are not relieved from meeting these specifications in their entirety. Products in compliance with the specification and manufactured by others not named will be considered only if pre-approved by the engineer ten (10) days prior to bid date.

2.2 Ratings

A. The bypass isolation automatic transfer switch shall have withstand, closing and interrupting ratings sufficient for the voltage and the available short circuit at the point of application as shown on the system drawings.

B. The voltage rating of the transfer switch shall be no less than the system voltage rating. The continuous current rating of the transfer switch shall be no less than the maximum continuous current requirements of the system.

C. The bypass isolation automatic transfer switch shall be 100% equipment rated for continuous duty.

D. The bypass isolation automatic transfer switch shall be fully rated to protect all types of loads, inductive and resistive, from loss of continuity or power, without de-rating, either open or enclosed.

E. When deemed necessary, the bypass isolation automatic transfer switch shall be Type B, 80% rated, and make use of integral overcurrent devices necessary for additional protection and co-ordination of circuit conductors.

F. All control devices (i.e. pilot devices, relays, and metering) must be manufactured to industrial standards. All relays supplied shall be furnished with self-cleaning products.

Transfer

Switch Maximum fault level available at upstream device (kA)

Ampere

Rating

Upstream any manufacturers breaker type

No. of poles 208V 240V 480V 600V

30-150 2,3,4

200 2,3,4

100

100

100

100

65

65

35

42

225

300

400

600

2,3,4

2,3,4

2,3,4

2,3

100

100

100

100

100

100

100

100

65

65

65

65

42

42

42

42

600

800

1000

4

2,3,4

2,3,4

100

100

100

-

100

100

50

50

50

25

25

25

Maximum fault level available at upstream device (kA)

Maximum Fuse

Rating (A)

200

200

400

400

600

800/1600

1600

1600

1600

Upstream Fuse type

Fuse

Type

J, T

J, T

J, T

J, T

R

L

L

L

L

208V

200

200

100

200

200

100/200 100/200 100/200 100/200

200

200

200

240V 480V

200

200

100

200

200

200

200

200

200

-

200

200

200

200

200

200

600V

200

-

200

200

200

200

200

200

2.3 Transfer Switch

A. Transfer switches shall consist of completely enclosed contact assemblies and a separate control panel. The contact assemblies shall be operated by a non-fused motor operator or stored energy mechanism and will only be energized during a transfer operation, providing inherently double throw switching action.

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B. Each transfer switch shall be positively interlocked both mechanically and electrically to prevent simultaneous closing of both sources during automatic or manual operation. Each transfer switch shall be capable of achieving a neutral position for systems maintenance purposes. A transfer switch position indicator shall be included on the face of the transfer mechanism to display the switch position.

C. Transfer switches shall be capable of being operated manually under full rated load conditions. Manual operation shall provide true quick-make, quick-break operation to prevent possible flashovers from switching the contacts slowly.

D. On transfer switches requiring a fourth pole for switching the neutral, the neutral shall be fully rated with equal withstand, closing and interrupting ratings to the power poles. The neutral pole contacts shall be of identical construction as, and operate simultaneously with, the main power contacts. Switched neutral poles, which are add-on or overlap or that are not capable of breaking full rated load current are not acceptable.

E. Main contacts shall be designed and type tested to withstand multiple fault currents and shall meet CSA 22.2

No. 178 and C22.2 No. 5.

2.4 Bypass Isolation Switch

A. Single-sided (one-way) bypass-isolation switches shall provide manual bypass of the load to the emergency source only and permit isolation of the automatic transfer switch from all source and load conductors. All main contacts shall be manually driven and operated.

B. Field installation of power connections shall be at the line and load terminals of the bypass isolation switch. All power interconnections shall be silver-flashed or tin-plated copper bus. All control inter-wiring shall be provided with disconnect plugs.

2.5 Microprocessor Logic Control

A. The automatic transfer switch controllers shall meet or exceed the following standards in addition to the basic switch standards:

1. IEC 61000-4-2 - EMC Testing and Measurement Techniques - Electrostatic Discharge Immunity Test

2. IEC 61000-4-3 - EMC Testing and Measurement Techniques - Radio-frequency, Electromagnetic Field

Immunity Test

3. IEC 61000-4-4 - EMC Testing and Measurement Techniques - Electrical Fast Transient/Burst Immunity Test

4. IEC 61000-4-5 - EMC Testing and Measurement Techniques - Surge Immunity Test

5. IEC 61000-4-6 - EMC Testing and Measurement Techniques - Immunity to Conducted Disturbances,

Induced by Radio-frequency Fields

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6. IEC 61000-4-11 - EMC Testing and Measurement Techniques - Voltage Dips, Short Interrupts and Voltage

Variations Immunity Tests

7. CISPR11, Class B - Industrial, Scientific and Medical Radio-frequency Equipment - Electromagnetic

Disturbance Characteristics - Limits and Methods of Measurement

8. FCC Part 15, Subpart B, Class B

B. The transfer switch shall be controlled by a Eaton microprocessor-based controller or approved equivalent. The controller shall be hardened against potential problems from transients and surges. Operation of the transfer switch and monitoring of both sources shall be managed by the controller.

C. The logic control panel shall control the operation of the transfer switch. All sensing and logic shall be controlled by an onboard microprocessor for maximum reliability and minimum maintenance. The logic controller shall be connected to the transfer switch by and interconnecting wiring harness. The harness shall include a keyed disconnect plug to enable the control panel to be disconnect from the transfer switch for routine maintenance.

2.6 Microprocessor-based controller (ATC-300+ open transition)

A. The microprocessor-based controller display shall be UV resistant and include a 2-line, 16 character, backlit LCD display. The controller shall be capable of displaying transfer switch status, parameters, and diagnostic data. All set point parameters shall be password protected and programmable using the controller keypad or remotely using serial port access.

B. The microprocessorbased controller shall include a mimic bus display consisting of four (4) individual LED’s

(3mm) for indicating the following:

1. Availability status of source 1

2. Availability status of source 2

3. Connection status of source 1

4. Connection status of source 2

C. The controller shall have a voltage range of 0-790 volts (50/60 Hz) and an accuracy of +/- 1% of nominal input voltage and a frequency range of 40-70 Hz and an accuracy of +/- .3 Hz.

D. Voltage and frequency dropout and pickup parameters are set as a percentage of the nominal voltage as indicated in the table below

E. The normal and emergency sources shall include phase reversal protection. The preferred rotation is programmable as ABC or CBA.

F. A time delay shall be provided on transfer to source 2, adjustable from 0 to 1800 seconds

G. A time delay shall be provided to override a momentary power outage or voltage fluctuation, adjustable from 0 to

120 seconds

H. A time delay shall be provided on retransfer from source 2 to source 1, adjustable from 0 to 1800 seconds

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I. A time delay shall be provided after retransfer that allows the generator to run unloaded prior to shutdown, adjustable form 0 to 1800 seconds

J. A time delay shall be provided for engine failure to start, fixed setting of 6 seconds

K. A pre-transfer time delay output adjustable from 0-120 seconds. The contact shall be a form-c contact rated for

10-Amp at 250-Vac and 10-Amp at 30-Vdc

Setpoint

Undervoltage

Overvoltage

Underfrequency

Sources

Source1 and 2

Source 1 and 2

Source 1 and 2

Dropout

50

– 97%

105

– 120%

90

– 97%

103

– 110%

Pickup

(DO + 2%) - 99%

103% - (DO

– 2%)

(DO + 1Hz)

– 99%

101% - (DO

– 1Hz)

Overfrequency Source 1 and 2

Voltage Unbalance Source 1 and 2 5

– 20%

(UNBAL DO% - 2)

– 3%

L. All delays shall be field adjustable from the microprocessor-based controller without the use of special tools.

M. Additional features:

1. One Form A contact for closure of the generator start circuit. The contacts shall be of silver alloy with gold flashing. The contacts shall be rated for 5-Amp at 250-Vac and 5-Amp at 30-Vdc

2. Programmable Engine Exerciser, selectable as disabled, 7, 14, or 28 day interval, adjustable 0-600 minutes, load or no load with Failsafe

3. The controller shall include a keypad pushbutton to initiate a system test

4. The controller shall include a keypad pushbutton to bypass the time delay on transfer to emergency and the time delay on retransfer to normal

5. The controller shall include a terminal input to accept a remote contact which closes to initiate a transfer to source 2. This feature shall be failsafe and an automatic retransfer shall occur in the event that source 2 power is lost.

6. The controller shall include a terminal input to accept a remote contact which opens to inhibit transfer to source.

7. One Form C auxiliary contact to indicate source 1 position and one Form C contact to indicate source 2 position. The contacts shall be rated for 10-Amp, 1/3-Horsepower at 250-Vac and 10-Amp at 30-Vdc.

8. One Form C contact for source 1 present. The contacts shall be rated for 10-Amp, 1/3-Horsepower at 250-

Vac and 10-Amp at 30-Vdc.

9. One Form C contact for source 2 present. The contacts shall be rated for 10-Amp, 1/3-Horsepower at 250-

Vac and 10-Amp at 30-Vdc.

10. Historical Data Storage to include: a) Engine Run Tim b) Source 1 Available Time

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c) Source 2 Available time d) Source 1 Connected time e) Source 2 Connected time f) Load Energized time g) Number of Transfers h) Date, Time and Reason for Last Sixteen (16) transfers i) Monitor Mode Event j) Fail Safe Event k) Aborted Test

N. Optional accessories:

1. Non-Automatic Control: Provide a 2-

Position Selector Switch, maintained contact, marked: “Automatic” and

“Non-Automatic”. The transfer switch shall be transferred by actuating a two position maintained selector switch labeled “Source 1”and “Source 2”. A 30mm pilot light shall be provided labeled “Not in Automatic”.

2. Manual Retransfer Control: The ATS shall remain connected to the emergency source after the normal source becomes available until a momentary pushbutton contact closure signal is received to initiate the retransfer. Should a failure of the emergency source occur while waiting for the manual return, the retransfer proceeds automatically.

3. Communications Interface to be Modbus 485.

4. Where indicated on the drawings, provide100KA surge protection device on Source 1.

5. Where metering is indicated on the drawings include Eaton IQ250 meter, catalog number IQ250MA65100, load side a) Monitoring Functions

1. Display shall be a touchscreen color display capable of monitoring up to 8 transfer switches on one screen.

2. General screen shall include a mimic bus display for each transfer switch with indication of source availability, based on controller pickup and dropout settings, and switch position.

3. Each mimic bus display shall be marked with the designation of the transfer switch monitored.

4. Display shall include indication of switch in test mode, manual retransfer status, and go to emergency status.

5. Shall include the ability to view source data and event logs for each transfer switch. b) Control Functions

1. Control functions shall be password protected and shall include: a) Initiate engine test. b) Initiate a failsafe transfer to source 2. c) Initiate manual retransfer.

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d) Alarm silence. c) Alarms

1. Remote Annunciator shall provide audible and visual alarm when on source 2

2. Visual alarm upon failure of communication link. d) Mounting: Flush, modular, unless otherwise indicated. e) Communications capability to be compatible with ATS controller.

2.7 Surge Protection Devices

A. Where indicated on the drawings, provide a surge protection device

1. CVX 100KA Surge Device Source 1 {Option 51F1}

2.8 Wiring/Terminations

A. Terminal blocks shall conform to NEMA ICS 4. Terminal blocks for remote connections shall be arranged to facilitate the entrance of external conductors from the top or bottom of the enclosure. The main transfer switch terminals shall be suitable for the termination of conductors shown on the plans.

2.9 Enclosure

A. Each transfer switch shall have an EEMAC1 general purpose enclosure unless otherwise noted. Enclosure options include EEMAC 1, 12, 3R, 4, and 4X.

2.10 Finish

A. The enclosure shall be painted with the manufacturer’s standard painting procedures to ensure suitability for environmental conditions as referenced in the plans. EEMAC 1, 12, 3R and 4 enclosures shall be painted with the manufacturer’s standard ASA 61 gray paint. EEMAC 4X shall non-painted stainless steel construction.

3 Operation

3.1 Transfer Switch Operation

A. The following Voltage and Frequency sensing shall be supplied:

1. The voltage of each phase of the normal source shall be monitored, with dropout adjustable from 50% to

90% of nominal and pickup adjustable from [dropout setting +2%] to 100% of nominal

2. The voltage of each phase of the emergency source shall be monitored, with dropout adjustable from 50% to

90% of nominal and pickup adjustable from [dropout setting +2%] to 100% of nominal

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3. The frequency of the emergency source shall be monitored, with dropout adjustable from 90% to 100% of nominal and pickup adjustable from [dropout setting +1 Hz] to 110% of nominal.

4. Voltage measurement accuracy shall be +/-2% of nominal input voltage and frequency measurement accuracy shall be +/-0.1 Hz.

B. The following Time Delay features shall be supplied:

1. A time delay shall be provided to override a momentary power outage or voltage fluctuation, adjustable from

0 to 120 seconds.

2. A time delay shall be provided on transfer to emergency, adjustable from 0 to 30 minutes.

3. A time delay shall be provided on retransfer from emergency to normal, adjustable from 0 to 30 minutes.

This time delay shall be bypassed if emergency source fails and normal source is available.

4. A time delay shall be provided after retransfer that allows the generator to run unloaded prior to shutdown, adjustable from 0 to 30 minutes.

5. All delays shall be field adjustable from the microprocessor-based controller without the use of special tools.

3.2 Accessories

A. Selectable 3-phase(

) or 1-phase() failure protection on normal supply.

B. Selectable 3-phase(

) or 1-phase() failure protection on emergency supply.

C. Pilot light indication of transfer switch position and availability of normal emergency voltage sources.

D. Transfer switch position indicator

E. A momentary test selector switch or pushbutton shall be provided to simulate normal source failure.

F. Engine start contacts.

G. Transfer motor disconnect intended for manual operation.

3.3 Optional Accessories

A. Auxiliary relay contacts shall be provided that are energized when power is available on the normal source.

B. Auxiliary relay contacts shall be provided that are energized when power is available on the emergency source.

C. Exerciser: Provide an engine generator exercising timer that is selectable for either load or no-load transfer.

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D. Pre-Transfer Signal: Provide a pre-transfer signal adjustable from 0-120 seconds for up to 10 devices.

E. Preferred Source Selector: Transfer switch logic shall have the ability for the user to define a preferred source, selectable between Source 1, Source 2, or None.

F. Load Sequencing: Transfer switch logic shall allow the ability to perform load sequencing of 0-10 devices.

4 Execution

4.1 Examination

4.2 Factory Testing

A. The following standard factory tests shall be performed on the equipment provided under this section. All tests shall be in accordance with the latest version of CSA and EEMAC standards.

1. Insulation check to ensure the integrity of insulation and continuity of the entire system

2. Visual inspection to ensure that the switch matches the specification requirements and to verify that the fit and finish meet quality standards

3.

Mechanical tests to verify that the switch’s power sections are free of mechanical hindrances

4. Electrical tests to verify the complete electrical operation of the switch and to set up time delays and voltage sensing settings of the logic

B. The manufacturer shall provide three (3) certified copies of factory test reports.

4.3 Installation

A. The contractor shall install all equipment per the manufacturer’s recommendations and the contract drawings.

B. All necessary hardware to secure the assembly in place shall be provided by the contractor.

C.

The equipment shall be installed and checked in accordance with the manufacturer’s recommendations.

4.4 Field Quality Control

A. Provide the services of a qualified factorytrained manufacturer’s representative to assist the contractor in installation and start-up of the equipment specified under this section for a period of seven (7) working days. The manufactur er’s representative shall provide technical direction and assistance to the contractor in general assembly of the equipment, connections and adjustments, and testing of the assembly and components contained therein.

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B. The contractor shall provide three (3) c opies of the manufacturer’s field start-up.

4.5

Manufacturer’s Certification

A. Provide the services of a qualified factorytrained manufacturer’s representative to assist the contractor in installation and start-up of the equipment specified under this section for a period of seven (7) working days. The manufacturer’s representative shall provide technical direction and assistance to the contractor in general assembly of the equipment, connections and adjustments, and testing of the assembly and components contained therein.

B.

The contractor shall provide three (3) copies of the manufacturer’s field start-up.

4.6 Training

A.

The contractor shall provide a training session for up to five (5) owner’s representatives for seven (7) normal workdays at a jobsite location determined by the owner.

B.

The training session shall be conducted by a manufacturer’s qualified representative. The training program shall consist of the instruction on the operation of the assembly, circuit breakers and major components within the assembly.

4.7 Field Service Organization

A. The manufacturer of the ATS shall also have a national service organization that is available throughout Canada and is available on a call 24 hours a day, 365 days a year.

B. Equipment warranty shall be extended to two years from date of installation when service representatives employed by the equipment manufacturer perform installation.

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Appendix I

Technical Specifications for Short Circuit /

Coordination Study / Arc Flash Hazard Analysis

North Bay Jack Garland Airport Corporation

Rehabilitation of the Airport

Electrical Power Supply Systems for

Both Standard and Emergency Power

NTB-00005171-A0

Technical Specifications for Surge

Protective Devices (SPDs)

May 06, 2016

Rev.

B

Status

For Tender

North Bay Jack Garland Airport Corporation

Rehabilitation of the Airport

Electrical Power Supply Systems for

Both Standard and Emergency Power

NTB-00005171-A0

Technical Specifications for Short-

Circuit / Coordination Study / Arc

Flash Hazard Analysis

Prepared By / Date Checked By / Date exp Services

885 Regent Street

Suite 3-6A

Sudbury, ON P3E 5M4

Canada

Approved By / Date

E. Fratin / 2016-05-30 A. Sene / 2016-05-30 A. Sene / 2016-05-30 i

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Table of Contents

Table of Contents .......................................................................................................................................................... i

1 General ................................................................................................................................................................... 1

1.1

Scope ................................................................................................................................................................ 1

1.2

References ........................................................................................................................................................ 1

1.3

Submittals

– For Review/Approval .................................................................................................................... 2

1.4

Submittals

– For Construction........................................................................................................................... 2

1.5

Qualifications..................................................................................................................................................... 3

2 Products ................................................................................................................................................................. 3

2.1

Studies .............................................................................................................................................................. 3

2.2

Data Collection .................................................................................................................................................. 3

2.3

Short-Circuit and Protective Device Evaluation Study ...................................................................................... 4

2.4

Protective Device Coordination Study .............................................................................................................. 5

2.5

Arc Flash Hazard Analysis ................................................................................................................................ 6

2.6

Report Sections ................................................................................................................................................ 6

3 Execution ............................................................................................................................................................... 7

3.1

Field Adjustment ............................................................................................................................................... 7

3.2

Arc Flash Warning Labels ................................................................................................................................. 8

3.3

Arc Flash Training ............................................................................................................................................. 8

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1 General

1.1 Scope

A. The contractor shall furnish short-circuit and protective device coordination studies which shall be prepared by the equipment manufacturer.

B. The contractor shall furnish an Arc Flash Hazard Analysis Study per NFPA 70E - Standard for Electrical

Safety in the Workplace, reference Article 130.5 and Informative Annex D.

1.2 References

A. All electronic and electrical equipment must be approved by NAV Canada to ensure there is no interference with navigational systems in the airport (TP 1247E).

B. The publications listed below form part of this specification. Each publication shall be the latest revision and addendum in effect on the date this Specification is issued for construction unless noted otherwise.

Except as modified by the requirements specified herein, or the details of the drawings, work included in this Specification shall conform to the applicable provisions of these publications.

C. Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers, Inc. (IEEE):

1. IEEE 141

– Recommended Practice for Electric Power Distribution and Coordination of Industrial and Commercial Power Systems

2. IEEE 242

– Recommended Practice for Protection and Coordination of Industrial and Commercial

Power Systems

3. IEEE 399

– Recommended Practice for Industrial and Commercial Power System Analysis

4. IEEE 241

– Recommended Practice for Electric Power Systems in Commercial Buildings

5. IEEE 1015

– Recommended Practice for Applying Low-Voltage Circuit Breakers Used in Industrial and Commercial Power Systems

6. IEEE 1584

– Guide for Performing Arc-Flash Hazard Calculations

D. American National Standards Institute (ANSI):

1. ANSI C57.12.00

– Standard General Requirements for Liquid-Immersed Distribution, Power, and

Regulating Transformers

2. ANSI C37.13

– Standard for Low Voltage AC Power Circuit Breakers Used in Enclosures

3. ANSI C37.010

– Standard Application Guide for AC High Voltage Circuit Breakers Rated on a

Symmetrical Current Basis

4. ANSI C 37.41

– Standard Design Tests for High Voltage Fuses, Distribution Enclosed Single-Pole

Air Switches, Fuse Disconnecting Switches and Accessories

5. ANSI C37.5

– Methods for Determining the RMS Value of a Sinusoidal Current Wave and Normal-

Frequency Recovery Voltage, and for Simplified Calculation of Fault Currents

E. The National Fire Protection Association (NFPA)

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1. NFPA 70 - National Electrical Code, latest edition

2. NFPA 70E

– Standard for Electrical Safety in the Workplace

F. CSA Standards

1. C22.1-15 Canadian Electrical Code, Part 1

2. Ontario Electrical Safety Code

G. TP 312, 5th Edition

H. ICAO Standards

I. IATA Standards

J. Ontario Electrical Safety Code (OESC)

K. Electrical Safety Authority (ESA)

L. Electrical and Electronic Manufacturers Association of Canada (EEMAC)

M. Ontario Building Code (OBC)

N.

Underwriters’ Laboratories of Canada (ULC)

O. National Building Code of Canada (NBC)

1.3 Submittals

– For Review/Approval

A. The short-circuit and protective device coordination studies shall be submitted to the design engineer prior to receiving final approval of the distribution equipment shop drawings and/or prior to release of equipment drawings for manufacturing. If formal completion of the studies may cause delay in equipment manufacturing, approval from the engineer may be obtained for preliminary submittal of sufficient study data to ensure that the selection of device and characteristics will be satisfactory.

1.4 Submittals

– For Construction

A. The results of the short-circuit, protective device coordination and arc flash hazard analysis studies shall be summarized in a final report. No more than five (5) bound copies of the complete final report shall be submitted. For large system studies, submittals requiring more than five (5) copies of the report will be provided without the section containing the computer printout of the short-circuit input and output data.

Additional copies, where required, shall be provided on CD in PDF format.

B. The report shall include the following sections:

1. One-line diagram showing protective device ampere ratings and associated designations, cable size

& lengths, transformer kVA & voltage ratings, generator kVA ratings, and switchgear/switchboard/panelboard designations

2. Descriptions, purpose, basis and scope of the study

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3. Tabulations of the worst-case calculated short circuit duties as a percentage of the applied device rating (automatic transfer switches, circuit breakers, fuses, etc.); the short circuit duties shall be upward-adjusted for X/R ratios that are above the device design ratings

4. Protective device time versus current coordination curves with associated one line diagram identifying the plotted devices, tabulations of ANSI protective relay functions and adjustable circuit breaker trip unit settings

5. Multi-function relay setting file printouts including all ANSI protective relay functions and associated logic and control. Metering, communication, and control logic settings not associated with ANSI protective functions are not required.

6. Fault study input data, case descriptions, and current calculations including a definition of terms and guide for interpretation of the computer printout

7. Incident energy and flash protection boundary calculations

8. Comments and recommendations for system improvements, where needed

9. Executive Summary including source of information and assumptions made

1.5 Qualifications

A. The short-circuit, protective device coordination and arc flash hazard analysis studies shall be conducted under the supervision and approval of a Registered Professional Electrical Engineer skilled in performing and interpreting the power system studies. The Registered Professional Electrical Engineer shall be a full-time employee of the Engineering Services Organization.

2 Products

2.1 Studies

A. Contractor to furnish short-circuit and protective device coordination studies as prepared by equipment manufacturer. By using the equipment manufacturer the study allows coordination of proper breakers, fuses, and current transformers. The coordination study shall begin with the utility company's feeder protective device and include all of the electrical protective devices down to and include the largest feeder circuit breaker and power distribution panelboards. The study shall also include harmonic filters, emergency and standby generators associated paralleling equipment and distribution switchgear.

B. The Contractor shall furnish an Arc Flash Hazard Analysis Study per NFPA 70E - Standard for Electrical

Safety in the Workplace, reference Article 130.5 and Informative Annex D.

2.2 Data Collection

A. Contractor shall furnish all field data as required by the power system studies. The Engineer performing the short-circuit, protective device coordination and arc flash hazard analysis studies shall furnish the

Contractor with a listing of required data immediately after award of the contract. The Contractor shall expedite collection of the data to eliminate unnecessary delays and assure completion of the studies as

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required for final approval of the distribution equipment shop drawings and/or prior to the release of the equipment for manufacturing.

B. Source combination may include present and future utility supplies, motors, and generators.

C. Load data utilized may include existing and proposed loads obtained from Contract Documents provided by Owner or Contractor.

D. The Contractor shall obtain required existing equipment data, if necessary, to satisfy the study requirements.

2.3 Short-Circuit and Protective Device Evaluation Study

A. Use actual conductor impedances if known. If unknown, use typical conductor impedances based on

IEEE Standards 141, latest edition.

B. Transformer design impedances and standard X/R ratios shall be used when test values are not available.

C. Provide the following:

1. Calculation methods and assumptions

2. Selected base per unit quantities

3. One-line diagram of the system being evaluated with available fault at each bus, and interrupting rating of devices noted

4. Source impedance data, including electric utility system and motor fault contribution characteristics

5. Typical calculations

6. Tabulations of calculated quantities

7. Results, conclusions, and recommendations

D. Calculate short-circuit momentary and interrupting duties for a three-phase bolted fault at each:

1.

Electric utility’s supply termination point

2. Incoming switchgear

3. Low voltage switchgear

4. Medium voltage switchgear

5. Standby generators and automatic transfer switches

6. Branch circuit panelboards

7. Other significant locations throughout the system

E. For grounded systems, provide a bolted line-to-ground fault current study for areas as defined for the three-phase bolted fault short-circuit study.

F. Protective Device Evaluation:

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1. Evaluate equipment and protective devices and compare to short circuit ratings

2. Adequacy of switchgear, and panelboard bus bracing to withstand short-circuit stresses

3. Adequacy of transformer windings to withstand short-circuit stresses

4. Cable and busway sizes for ability to withstand short-circuit heating

G. Notify owner in writing, of existing circuit protective devices improperly rated for the calculated available fault current.

2.4 Protective Device Coordination Study

A. Proposed protective device coordination time-current curves shall be graphically displayed on log-log scale paper.

B. Include on each curve sheet a complete title and one-line diagram with legend identifying the specific portion of the system covered.

C. Terminate device characteristic curves at a point reflecting maximum symmetrical or asymmetrical fault current to which device is exposed.

D. Identify device associated with each curve by manufacturer type, function, and, if applicable, tap, time delay, and instantaneous settings recommended.

E. Plot the following characteristics on the curve sheets, where applicable:

1.

Electric utility’s protective device

2. Medium voltage equipment relays

3.

Medium and low voltage fuses including manufacturer’s minimum melt, total clearing, tolerance, and damage bands

4.

Low voltage equipment circuit breaker trip devices, including manufacturer’s tolerance bands

5. Transformer full-load current, magnetizing inrush current, and ANSI transformer withstand parameters

6. Conductor damage curves

7. Ground fault protective devices, as applicable

8. Pertinent generator short-circuit decrement curve and generator damage point

F. Provide adequate time margins between device characteristics such that selective operation is provided, while providing proper protection.

G. Select each primary protective device required for a delta-wye connected transformer so that the characteristics or operating band is within the transformer parameters which includes a parameter equivalent to 58% of the ANSI withstand point to afford protection for secondary line-to-ground faults.

H. Separate low voltage power circuit breakers from each other and the associated primary protective device by a 16% current margin for coordination and protection in the event of secondary line-to-line faults.

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I. Engineer shall provide settings file printouts for all multifunction relays supplied under this contract including all ANSI protective relay functions and associated logic and control. Metering, communication, and control logic settings not associated with ANSI protective functions are not required.

2.5 Arc Flash Hazard Analysis

A. The arc flash hazard analysis shall be performed according to the IEEE 1584 equations that are presented in NFPA70E-2012, Informative Annex D.

B. When appropriate, the short circuit calculations and the clearing times of the phase overcurrent devices will be retrieved from the short-circuit and coordination study model. Alternative methods shall be presented in the proposal.

C. The flash protection boundary and the incident energy shall be calculated at all significant locations in the electrical distribution system (switchboards, switchgear, panelboards, busway and splitters) where work could be performed on energized parts.

D. The Arc-Flash Hazard Analysis shall include all MV, 600v, and significant locations in 240 volt and 208 volt systems fed from transformers equal to or greater than 125 kVA.

E. Safe working distances shall be specified for calculated fault locations based upon the calculated arc flash boundary considering an incident energy of 1.2 cal/cm

2

.

F. The Arc Flash Hazard analysis shall include calculations for maximum and minimum contributions of fault current magnitude. The minimum calculation shall assume that the utility contribution is at a minimum and shall assume a minimum motor load. Conversely, the maximum calculation shall assume a maximum contribution from the utility and shall assume motors to be operating under full-load conditions.

G. Arc flash computation shall include both line and load side of main breaker calculations, where necessary.

H. Arc Flash calculations shall be based on actual overcurrent protective device clearing time. Maximum clearing time will be capped at 2 seconds based on IEEE 1584-2002 section B.1.2.

2.6 Report Sections

A. Input Data:

1. Utility three-phase and line-to-ground available contribution with associated X/R ratios

2. Short-circuit reactance of rotating machines with associated X/R ratios

3. Cable type, construction, size, # per phase, length, impedance and conduit type

4. Bus duct type, size, length, and impedance

5. Transformer primary & secondary voltages, winding configurations, kVA rating, impedance, and X/R ratio

6. Reactor inductance and continuous ampere rating

7. Aerial line type, construction, conductor spacing, size, # per phase, and length

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B. Short-Circuit Data:

1. Source fault impedance and generator contributions

2. X to R ratios

3. Asymmetry factors

4. Short circuit kVA

5. Symmetrical and asymmetrical fault currents

C. Recommended Protective Device Settings:

1. Phase and Ground Relays: a.

Current transformer ratio. b.

Current setting. c.

Time setting. d.

Instantaneous setting. e.

Specialty non-overcurrent device settings. f.

Recommendations on improved relaying systems, if applicable.

2. Circuit Breakers: a.

Adjustable pickups and time delays (long time, short time, ground). b.

Adjustable time-current characteristic. c.

Adjustable instantaneous pickup. d.

Recommendations on improved trip systems, if applicable.

D. Incident energy and arc flash boundary calculations.

1. Arcing fault magnitude

2. Device clearing time

3. Duration of arc

4. Arc flash boundary

5. Working distance

6. Incident energy

7. Recommendations for arc flash energy reduction

3 Execution

3.1 Field Adjustment

A. Adjust relay and protective device settings according to the recommended settings table provided by the coordination study. Field adjustments to be completed by the engineering service division of the equipment manufacturer under the Startup and Acceptance Testing contract portion.

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B. Make minor modifications to equipment as required to accomplish conformance with short circuit and protective device coordination studies.

C. Notify Owner in writing of any required major equipment modifications.

D. Following completion of all studies, acceptance testing and startup by the field engineering service division of the equipment manufacturer, a 2-year warranty shall be provided on all components manufactured by the engineering service parent manufacturing company.

3.2 Arc Flash Warning Labels

A. The vendor shall provide a 4 in. x 4 in. thermal transfer type label of high adhesion polyester for each work location analyzed.

B.

The label shall have an orange header with the wording, “WARNING, SHOCK & ARC FLASH HAZARD”, and shall include the following information:

1. Location designation

2. Nominal voltage

3. Arc flash boundary

4. Incident energy

5. Working distance

6. Shock Boundaries

7. Engineering report number, revision number and issue date

C. Labels shall be machine printed, with no field markings

D. Arc flash labels shall be provided in the following manner and all labels shall be based on recommended overcurrent device settings.

1. For each 600 and applicable 208 volt panelboards and disconnects, one arc flash label shall be provided

2. For each low voltage switchboard, one arc flash label shall be provided

3. For each switchgear, one flash label shall be provided

4. For medium voltage switches one arc flash label shall be provided

E. Labels shall be field installed by the engineering service division of the equipment manufacturer under the Startup and Acceptance Testing contract portion.

3.3 Arc Flash Training

A. The equipment vendor shall train personnel of the potential arc flash hazards associated with working on energized equipment (minimum of 4 hours). Maintenance procedures in accordance with the requirements of NFPA 70E, Standard for Electrical Safety Requirements for Employee Workplaces, shall be provided in the equipment manuals. The training shall be certified for continuing education units

(CEUs) by the International Association for Continuing Education Training (IACET).

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Appendix J

Technical Specifications for Low Voltage Service

Switchboards

Rev.

B

Status

For Tender

North Bay Jack Garland Airport Corporation

Rehabilitation of the Airport

Electrical Power Supply Systems for

Both Standard and Emergency Power

NTB-00005171-A0

Technical Specifications for

Low Voltage

Service Switchboards exp Services

885 Regent Street

Suite 3-6A

Sudbury, ON P3E 5M4

Canada

Prepared By/Date Checked By/Date Approved By/Date

A. Sene / 2016-05-04 E. Fratin / 2016-05-04 A. Sene / 2016-05-04 i

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Service Switchboards

Date: May 04, 2016

Table of Contents

Table of Contents .......................................................................................................................................................... i

1 General ................................................................................................................................................................... 1

1.1

Scope ................................................................................................................................................................ 1

1.2

References ........................................................................................................................................................ 1

1.3

Submittals

– For Review/Approval .................................................................................................................... 1

1.4

Submittals

– For Information ............................................................................................................................. 2

1.5

Submittals

– For Close-Out ............................................................................................................................... 2

1.6

Qualifications..................................................................................................................................................... 3

1.7

Regulatory Requirements ................................................................................................................................. 3

1.8

Delivery, Storage and Handling ........................................................................................................................ 3

2 Products ................................................................................................................................................................. 3

2.1

Manufacturers ................................................................................................................................................... 3

2.2

Ratings .............................................................................................................................................................. 3

2.3

Construction ...................................................................................................................................................... 4

2.4

Main Breaker ..................................................................................................................................................... 4

2.5

Utility Metering Transformer Compartment ....................................................................................................... 5

2.6

Distribution Section ........................................................................................................................................... 5

2.7

Optional Features ............................................................................................................................................. 5

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1 General

1.1 Scope

A. The contractor shall furnish and install where indicated on the drawings a dead front type, low-voltage service entrance panel combining a main breaker, utility metering transformer compartment and distribution feeder section in a single enclosure. The panel must be completely factory assembled and CSA listed. The design shall allow for the assembly to be reversed in the field without modification, to accommodate bottom entry of service cables.

1.2 References

A. All electronic and electrical equipment must be approved by NAV Canada to ensure there is no interference with navigational systems in the airport (TP 127E).

B. The publications listed below form part of this specification. Each publication shall be the latest revision and addendum in effect on the date this Specification is issued for construction unless noted otherwise. Except as modified by the requirements specified herein, or the details of the drawings, work included in this Specification shall conform to the applicable provisions of these publications.

C. The low voltage switchboard assembly and all components shall be designed, manufactured, and tested in accordance with the latest applicable following standards;

1. CSA C22.2 #31

2. CSA C22.2 #29

3. CSA C22.2 #5

D. TP 312, 5th Edition

E. ICAO Standards

F. IATA Standards (ADRM 10 th Edition)

G. Ontario Electrical Safety Code (OESC)

H. Electrical Safety Authority (ESA)

I. Electrical and Electronic Manufacturers Association of Canada (EEMAC)

J. Ontario Building Code (OBC)

K.

Underwriters’ Laboratories of Canada (ULC)

L. National Building Code of Canada (NBC)

1.3 Submittals

– For Review/Approval

A. The following information shall be submitted to the Engineer.

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1. Front view and plan view of the assembly.

2. Single Line or three line diagram.

3. Schematic diagram (where required).

4. Component List

5. Floor plan with conduit/cable space locations.

6. Assembly ratings including: a) Short circuit rating b) Voltage class c) Continuous current rating

7. Major component ratings including: a) Voltage class b) Continuous current c) Interrupting ratings

8. Cable lug/termination sizes

B. Submit ten (10 copies) of the above information.

1.4 Submittals

– For Information

A. When requested by the Engineer, the following product information shall be submitted:

1. Descriptive bulletins

2. Product Sheets

1.5 Submittals

– For Close-Out

A. The following information shall be submitted for record purposes prior to final payment:

1. Final as-built drawings for items listed in section 1.04.

2. Wiring diagrams (where applicable)

3. Installation information including equipment anchorage provisions.

B. Submit ten (10) copies of the above information.

C. The final as-built drawings shall include the same drawings as the construction drawings and shall incorporate all changes made during the manufacturing process.

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1.6 Qualifications

A. The manufacturer of the assembly shall be the manufacturer of the moulded case breakers and/or fusible switches installed within the assembly.

B. The manufacturer of this equipment shall have produced similar electrical equipment for a minimum period of five (5) years. When requested by the Engineer, an acceptable list of installations with similar equipment shall be provided demonstrating compliance with this request.

1.7 Regulatory Requirements

A. The switchboard shall comply with the latest standard CSA C22.2 #31. The assembly shall bear a CSA label.

All circuit breakers and components contained in this switchboard shall also bear a CSA label. Circuit breakers shall comply with the latest issue of standard CSA C22.2 #5.

1.8 Delivery, Storage and Handling

A. Equipment shall be handled and stored in accordanc e with manufacturer’s instructions. One (1) copy of these instructions shall be included with the equipment at time of shipment.

2 Products

2.1 Manufacturers

A. Eaton

B. Schneider Electric

C. Toshont Power Products

The listing of specific manufacturers above does not imply acceptance of their products that do not meet the specified ratings, features and functions. Manufacturers listed above are not relieved from meeting these specifications in their entirety. Products in compliance with the specification and manufactured by others not named will be considered only if pre-approved by the engineer ten (10) days prior to bid date.

2.2 Ratings

A. Voltage rating shall be as indicated on the drawings. The entire assembly shall be suitable for the following maximum service volts:

1. A dministration Building ‘ADM-SB1’: 600VAc

2.

Maintenance Garage ‘MG-SB1’: 208VAc

3.

Building No. 5 ‘BLD5-SB1’: 208VAc

B.

The service panel bus shall be rated maximum 2500 amperes (POWERLINE C, 18” Deep multi-cell)

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C. The assembly shall be rated, type tested and CSA listed to withstand a short circuit of

1.

Administration Building ‘ADM-SB1’: 50kA at 208VAc with main breaker.

2.

Maintenance Garage ‘MG-SB1’: 50kA at 208VAc with main breaker.

3.

Building No. 5 ‘BLD5-SB1’: 50kA at 208VAc with main breaker.

D. All bussing shall be tin plated aluminum and braced as per short circuit requirements of 2.02 (C).

2.3 Construction

A. The service entrance switchboard shall be Sprinklerproof enclosed, and fabricated from code gauge formed galvanized steel complete with flat sheet covers to form a rigid dead front totally enclosed structure. The service entrance switchboard shall be floor mounted, wall supported.

B. All compartments are to be designed to make components totally front accessible to enable the panel to be installed against the wall.

C. Isolation barriers shall be provided to separate the main disconnect device and the utility current / potential transformer section. The distribution section(s)/cell(s) shall be separately barriered and isolated from the main service entrance section. Ventilation shall be provided to meet CSA C22.2 #31 temperature rise requirements.

Where a sprinklerproof switchboard is supplied, ventilation shall not jeopardize sprinklerproof rule 26-008 of the

Canadian Electrical Code.

D. All structures and covers are to be painted ASA-61 Grey.

E. Size: Each Structure, 90" high x 38" wide x 18" deep, vertically mounted. Provision shall be made for additional structures as required to accommodate future additions.

F. Lamacoid nameplates shall be supplied in accordance with the nameplate Schedule supplied by the contractor or Engineer.

2.4 Main Breaker

A. The main breaker shall be an Eaton type or approved equivalent, with RMS sensing electronic trip unit.

1.

Administration Building ‘ADM-SB1’: Series C, HMDL type, 800A M-Frame

2.

Maintenance Garage ‘MG-SB1’:Series C, LD type, 600A L-Frame

3.

Building No. 5 ‘BLD5-SB1’: Series C, KD type, 400A K-Frame

B.

Changing the breaker’s continuous rating shall be accomplished by the use of a mechanically interlocked rating plug, with no exposure to live parts (trip unit on standard thermal magnetic breaker may be changed, however all

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power to switchboard must be disconnected prior to removal of breaker cover). The breaker’s interrupting rating shall be:

1.

Administration Building ‘ADM-SB1’: 50kA RMS Symmetrical at 600VAc.

2.

Maintenance Garage ‘MG-SB1’: 50 kA RMS Symmetrical at 208VAc.

3.

Building No. 5 ‘BLD5-SB1’: 50 kA RMS Symmetrical at 208VAc.

2.5 Utility Metering Transformer Compartment

A. The utility transformer compartment shall be designed to meet the North Bay Hydro requirements. It shall be bussed and pre-drilled to accept standard bar or window type current transformers. The compartment shall have a bolt-on cover and access door with concealed hinges, both sealable to prevent tampering.

2.6 Distribution Section

A. The distribution section shall be designed to accept the installation of circuit breakers and/or fusible switches on an Eaton Pow-R-Line 3 type interior, or an approved equivalent. A flat cover shall be supplied and any space not occupied by a feeder breaker or switch shall have a filler plate allowing no access to parts when energized.

B. Each full height distribution cubicle shall accommodate 50X of vertical distribution space suitable for use with both moulded case circuit breakers and/or fusible switches. Standard distribution cubicle dimensions shall be:

1.

Administration Building ‘ADM-SB1’: 90" high x 38” wide X 18" deep.

2.

Maintenance Garage ‘MG-SB1’: 90" high x 38” wide X 18" deep.

3.

Building No. 5 ‘BLD5-SB1’: 90" high x 38” wide X 18" deep.

C. Feeder breakers shall be supplied as shown on the one-line drawings. Interrupting capacity of feeder breakers shall be :

1.

Administration Building ‘ADM-SB1’: 50 kA RMS Symmetrical at 600 VAc.

2.

Maintenance Garage ‘MG-SB1’: 50 kA RMS Symmetrical at 208VAc.

3. Building No. 5

‘BLD5-SB1’: 50 kA RMS Symmetrical at 208VAc.

2.7 Optional Features

 Drip shield for sprinklerproof requirements

 Ground Bus in the panel section

 200% rated neutral bus

 Ground Fault on Main Breaker

 Special Paint finish (specify paint chip number / brand reference)

 User Metering

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 Powernet Communications

 Base channels

 Door over distribution panel

 Conduit/Cable gland mounting plates (aluminum / fibre)

 Hydro stub (rear entry)

 Provision for Bus Duct

 Wireway (unbussed / bussed)

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Appendix K

Technical Specifications for Microprocessor-Based

Metering Equipment

North Bay Jack Garland Airport Corporation

Rehabilitation of the Airport

Electrical Power Supply Systems for

Both Standard and Emergency Power

NTB-00005171-A0

Technical Specifications for

Microprocessor Based

Metering Equipment

May 06, 2016

Rev.

B

Status

For Tender

North Bay Jack Garland Airport Corporation

Rehabilitation of the Airport

Electrical Power Supply Systems for

Both Standard and Emergency Power

NTB-00005171-A0

Technical Specifications for

Microprocessor-Based Metering

Equipment exp Services

885 Regent Street

Suite 3-6A

Sudbury, ON P3E 5M4

Canada

Prepared By/Date Checked By/Date Approved By/Date

E. Fratin / 2016-05-17 A. Sene / 2016-05-17 A. Sene / 2016-05-17 i

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Table of Contents

Table of Contents .......................................................................................................................................................... i

1 General ................................................................................................................................................................... 1

1.1

Scope ................................................................................................................................................................ 1

1.2

References ........................................................................................................................................................ 1

2 Products ................................................................................................................................................................. 1

2.1

Manufacturers ................................................................................................................................................... 1

2.2

The Microprocessor-Based Metering Equipment ............................................................................................. 2

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1 General

1.1 Scope

A. The contractor shall install the microprocessor-based metering equipment in the switchboard units.

1.2 References

A. All electronic and electrical equipment must be approved by NAV Canada to ensure there is no interference with navigational systems in the airport (TP 1247E).

B. The publications listed below form part of this specification. Each publication shall be the latest revision and addendum in effect on the date this Specification is issued for construction unless noted otherwise. Except as modified by the requirements specified herein, or the details of the drawings, work included in this Specification shall conform to the applicable provisions of these publications.

C. TP 312, 5 th

Edition

D. ICAO Standards

E. IATA Standards (ADRM 10 th

Edition)

F. CSA Standards

G. Ontario Electrical Safety Code (OESC)

H. Electrical Safety Authority (ESA)

I. Electrical and Electronic Manufacturers Association of Canada (EEMAC)

J. Ontario Building Code (OBC)

K.

Underwriters’ Association of Canada (ULC)

L. National Building Code of Canada (NBC)

2 Products

2.1 Manufacturers

A. Eaton

B. Schneider Electric

C. Toshont Power Products

The listing of specific manufacturers above does not imply acceptance of their products that do not meet the specified ratings, features and functions. Manufacturers listed above are not relieved from meeting these specifications in their entirety. Products in compliance with the specification and manufactured by others not named will be considered only if pre-approved by the Engineer ten (10) days prior to bid date.

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2.2 The Microprocessor-Based Metering Equipment

A. The Power Xpert Meter 2000 series:

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1. Where indicated on the drawings, provide a microprocessor based line of multifunction, power and energy meters, designated MM2270 device equal to Eaton type PXM2270 series or approved equivalent. The meter device shall be UL listed. All meters shall have the following ratings, features, and functions; unless a specific meter type is designated.

2. Meter shall be designed for Multifunction Electrical Measurement on 3 phase power systems. The Meter shall support 3-Element Wye, 2.5 Element Wye, 2 Element Delta, 4 wire Delta systems.

3. Meter surge withstand shall conform to IEEE C37.90.1 and ANSI C62.41 (6KV)

4. The meter shall be user programmable for voltage range to any PT ratio.

5. The meter shall have a burden of up to 0.36VA per phase, Max at 600V, 0.014VA at 120 Volts.

6. The meter shall accept a direct voltage input range of up to 576 Volts Line to Neutral, and a range of up to

721 Volts Line to Line.

7. Meter shall accept a current input of up to 10 Amps continuous. Start-up current for a 5 Amp input shall be no greater than 0.005 Amps.

B. Power meter shall be capable of a dual input method for current inputs. As standard the meter shall be designed to allow the CT circuit to pass directly through the meter without any physical termination on the meter, ensuring the meter cannot be a point of failure on the CT circuit. As an option where indicated on the drawing or required for the application, provide additional termination pass-through bars, allowing the CT leads to be terminated on the meter. The meter must be capable of supporting both termination methods.

C. The meter shall have the following additional ratings and features:

1. Fault Current Withstand shall be 100 Amps for 10 seconds, 300 Amps for 3 seconds, and 500 Amps for 1 second.

2. Meter shall be programmable for current to any CT ratio. The use of DIP switches for selecting fixed ratios shall not be acceptable.

3. Meter shall have a maximum burden of 0.005VA per phase, at the maximum at 11 Amperes.

4.

Meter to accept a pass through wire gauge dimension of 0.177” / 4.5 mm.

5. All inputs and outputs shall be galvanically isolated to 2500 Volts AC.

6. The meter shall accept current inputs of class 10: (0 to 10A), 5 Amp Nominal, and class 2 (0 to 2A), 1A

Nominal Secondary.

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D. The meter shall have an accuracy of +/- 0.1% or better for volts and amps, and 0.2% for power and energy functions. The meter shall meet the accuracy requirements of IEC687 (class 0.2%) and ANSI C12.20 (Class

0.2%).

1. The meter shall provide true RMS measurements of voltage, phase to neutral and phase to phase; current, per phase and neutral.

2. The meter shall provide sampling at 400+ samples per cycle on all channels measured readings simultaneously.

3. The meter shall utilize 24 bit Analog to Digital conversion.

4. Type MM2270 meters shall provide per phase % THD (Total Harmonic Distortion) and individual harmonic monitoring to the 40 th

order for voltage (reference to neutral only) and current, and shall provide Volts, Amps, kW, kVAR, PF, kVA, Frequency, kWh, kVAh, kVARh, 1 KYZ pulse output, on board meter limit exceeded alarms, provide a waveform view of real time harmonic distortion on a PC from the embedded WEB server and 768 Megabytes for data logging.

E. The meter shall be able to be configured and viewed from the on-board web server without the need for external software.

F. The meter shall include a three-line, bright red, 0

.56” LED display.

1. The meter shall fit in both DIN 92mm and ANSI C39.1 Round cut-outs.

2. The meter must display a % of Load Bar on the front panel to provide an analog feel. The % Load Bar shall have not less than 10 segments.

G. The meter shall be available in transducer only version, which shall not include a display. The transducer version shall mount directly to a DIN rail.

H. Meter shall be a traceable revenue meter, which shall contain a utility grade test pulse allowing power providers to verify and confirm that the meter is performing to its rated accuracy.

I. The meter shall include 2 independent communication ports on the back with multiple protocols, including the following minimum capability;

1. Serial Communication Format a) Connection Type: RS-485 b) Protocols: Modbus RTU, Modbus ASCII, DNP 3.0 c) Baud rates shall be from 9600 to 57,600 baud

2. Network Communication Format a) Connection Type: RJ-45 10/100 Base-T Ethernet Network port. b) Ethernet card shall allow auto transmit/receive detection for straight or null RJ45 cables.

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c) Protocols: Ethernet TCP/IP, Modbus TCP, BACnet/IP, SNMP v1 & v3 (Network), SMTP (email), HTTP,

HTTPS, Atom Feed.

J. The meter shall provide user configured fixed window or sliding window demand. This shall allow the user to set up the particular utility demand profile.

1. Readings for kW, kVAR, kVA and PF shall be calculated using utility demand features.

2. All other parameters shall offer max and min capability over the user selectable averaging period.

3. Voltage shall provide an instantaneous max and min reading displaying the highest surge and lowest sag seen by the meter.

K. The meter shall be capable of operating on a power supply of 90 to 265 Volts AC and 100 to 370 Volts DC.

Universal Power AC/DC Supply shall be available and shall have a burden of less than 11VA. An option shall also be available to operate on a power supply from 18-60 VDC.

L. Meter shall provide update rate of 100msec for Watts, Var and VA. All other parameters shall be 1 second.

M. The meter shall provide on board meter Limits Alarms and Control Capability as follows;

1. Limit ranges can be set for any measured parameter.

2. Up to 16 limit ranges can be set.

3. Limit ranges shall be based on % of Full Scale settings.

4. Manual relay control shall be available using Modbus RTU command when used with optional relay card.

5. Relay set delays and reset delays shall be available.

N. The PXM 2000 series shall provide the following advanced analysis features;

1. Calculation of harmonic magnitudes and phase angle for each phase voltage and current through the 40th harmonic.

2. Waveform view of real time harmonic distortion and individual harmonic monitoring on a PC from the embedded WEB server.

3. Historical Trending: Historical trend logging for graphical viewing from an embedded WEB server. The graphical views of historical data shall support both pan and zoom functions. All standard metering parameters (42 real-time measures) shall be logged as part of the standard meter functionality including minimum, maximum and average for each metered parameter. The averages shall be calculated over the time interval period. Minimum storage capacity for standard trend plots shall be as follows for MM2270: a) Five-minute intervals for 365 days. b) Fifteen-minute intervals for 3 years. c) Sixty-minute intervals for 15 years.

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d) Data storage up to768 MB.

O. Event Triggers: The meter shall have a quantity of two (2) types of configurable event triggers consisting of: a) On board meter out of limits:The on board meter out of limits can be set for any measured parameter, for up to 16 limits. If any of the 16 limits are exceeded, an alarm condition will be present and illuminate one of the LEDs on the meter faceplate. The on board meter out of limits can also be used to energize a relay output, if so equipped. These triggers shall permit pickup, reset and pickup delay to be user configurable. b) On board gateway card out of limits: The on board gateway limits can trigger an alarm off of any measured parameter on any of the PXM 2000 model series. Upper and lower cautionary and critical limits shall be available for each of the measured parameters. On board Gateway card Out of limits

– Up to One Hundred and Sixty Eight (168) triggers.

4. Event Logging: The embedded WEB Server shall allow the user to view a list of triggered events along with event details. In addition, a separate system log shall store logging of activities including acknowledged triggers, and systems operations, such as resets. Storage shall be reserved for 100,000 events.

5. Minimum and Maximum values for the following parameters; a) Voltage L-L and L-N b) Current per phase c) Apparent Power Factor d) Real, Reactive, and Apparent total Power e) %THD voltage L-N f) %THD Current per phase g) Frequency

P. The WEB server shall provide the user with remote WEB access to all the metered and trend information. The

WEB server shall include real time monitored information in both numeric and graphical visual formats.

Q. The meter shall have a real-time clock with the added capability to synchronize with a network time server to maintain time accuracy.

R. The meter shall have I/O expandability through one Option card slot on the back.

1. The card shall be capable of being installed in the field, without removing the meter from installation.

2. The meter shall auto-detect the presence of any I/O Option card.

3. The Option card slot shall accept I/O card in all of the following formats: Four channel bi-directional 0-1mA

Output Card; Four Channel 4-20mA Output Card; Two Relay Outputs/2 Status Inputs Card; and Four KYZ

Pulses/4 Status Inputs Card.

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Date: May 17, 2016

4. The 0-1mA Output Option Card shall provide the following features: a) Bi-directional from 0-1mA Outputs. b) Assignable to any measured parameter. c) 0.1% of full scale. d) Maximum load impedance to 10k Ohms, with no accuracy losses.

5. The 4-20mA Output Option Card shall provide the following features: a) Assignable to any measured parameter. b) 0.1% of full scale. c) Maximum load impedance to 500 Ohms, with no accuracy losses. d) Loop powered using up to 24 Volts DC.

6. The Two Relay Outputs/2 Status Inputs Option Card shall provide the following features: a) Status Inputs

– Wet/Dry Auto Detect up to 300 VDC b) Trigger on User Set Limits/Alarms c) Set delays and reset delays

7. The Four KYZ Pulses/4 Status Inputs Option Card shall provide the following features: a) Programmable to any Energy parameter and pulse value b) Programmable to End of Interval Pulse c) Can function for manual relay control and limit based control d) 120mA continuous load current

S. Power meter shall be able to be stored in (-20 to +70) degrees C.

1. Operating temperature shall be (-20 to +70) degrees C.

2. A NEMA 12 faceplate rating shall be available for the meter.

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Appendix L

Technical Specifications for Medium Voltage

Switchgear and Automatic Transfer Switch

North Bay Jack Garland Airport Corporation

Rehabilitation of the Airport

Electrical Power Supply Systems for

Both Standard and Emergency Power

NTB-00005171-A0

Technical Specifications for Surge

Protective Devices (SPDs)

May 06, 2016

Rev.

B

Status

For Tender

North Bay Jack Garland Airport Corporation

Rehabilitation of the Airport

Electrical Power Supply Systems for

Both Standard and Emergency Power

NTB-00005171-A0

Technical Specifications for the

Airfield Electrical Center Medium

Voltage Switchgear and Automatic

Transfer Switch Line-up

Prepared By / Date Checked By / Date exp Services

885 Regent Street

Suite 3-6A

Sudbury, ON P3E 5M4

Canada

Approved By / Date

E. Fratin / 2016-07-13 A. Sene / 2016-07-13 A. Sene / 2016-07-13 i

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Table of Contents

Table of Contents .......................................................................................................................................................... i

1 General ................................................................................................................................................................... 1

1.1

Scope ................................................................................................................................................................ 1

1.2

References ........................................................................................................................................................ 1

1.3

Submittals

– For Review/Approval .................................................................................................................... 1

1.4

Submittals

– For Construction........................................................................................................................... 2

1.5

Qualifications..................................................................................................................................................... 2

1.6

Regulatory Requirements for Motor Starters .................................................................................................... 3

1.7

Delivery, Storage, and Handling ....................................................................................................................... 3

1.8

Operation and Maintenance Manuals ............................................................................................................... 3

2.2.5

2.2.6

2.2.7

2.2.8

2.2.9

2.2.10

2.2.11

2 Products ................................................................................................................................................................. 3

2.1

Manufacturers ................................................................................................................................................... 3

2.2

PART A - Automatic Transfer Switch ................................................................................................................ 4

2.2.1

2.2.2

2.2.3

2.2.4

Ratings .................................................................................................................................................... 4

Construction ............................................................................................................................................ 4

Bus .......................................................................................................................................................... 5

Wiring/Terminations ................................................................................................................................ 5

2.2.12

2.2.13

2.2.14

2.2.15

Medium Voltage Contactors .................................................................................................................... 5

Sequence of Operation - Closed Transition Transfer ............................................................................. 6

Protective Relays .................................................................................................................................... 7

Microprocessor-Based Transfer Control Device ..................................................................................... 7

Communications ..................................................................................................................................... 9

Auxiliary Devices ..................................................................................................................................... 9

Enclosures ............................................................................................................................................. 10

Nameplates ........................................................................................................................................... 10

Finish ..................................................................................................................................................... 10

Accessories ........................................................................................................................................... 10

Bill of Materials ...................................................................................................................................... 11

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2.3

PART B

– Motor Starter .................................................................................................................................. 12

2.3.1

Ratings .................................................................................................................................................. 12

2.3.2

2.3.3

2.3.4

2.3.5

Construction .......................................................................................................................................... 14

Bus ........................................................................................................................................................ 15

Wiring/Terminations .............................................................................................................................. 15

Main Switches/Feeder Switches (72kV MAX) ....................................................................................... 15

2.3.6

2.3.7

2.3.8

2.3.9

2.3.10

Main/Tie Contactors (7.2kV MAX) ........................................................................................................ 16

Enclosures ............................................................................................................................................. 16

Nameplates ........................................................................................................................................... 16

Finish ..................................................................................................................................................... 17

Accessories ........................................................................................................................................... 17

3 Execution ............................................................................................................................................................. 17

3.1

Factory Testing ............................................................................................................................................... 17

3.1.1

Automatic Transfer Switch .................................................................................................................... 17

3.1.2

Motor Starter/Contactor ......................................................................................................................... 18

3.2

Field Quality Control ....................................................................................................................................... 18

3.2.1

3.2.2

Automatic Transfer Switch .................................................................................................................... 18

Motor Starter ......................................................................................................................................... 18

3.3

Manufacturer’s Certification ............................................................................................................................ 18

3.4

Training ........................................................................................................................................................... 19

3.5

Installation ....................................................................................................................................................... 19

3.6

Field Adjustments ........................................................................................................................................... 19

3.7

Field Testing.................................................................................................................................................... 19

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1 General

1.1 Scope

A.

The Contractor shall furnish and install the medium voltage transfer switches based on Eaton’s type

VCP-W vacuum breakers or approved equivalent, and conforming to UL1008A, having the ratings, features/accessories and enclosure as specified herein and as shown on the contract drawings.

B. The Contractor shall furnish and install the medium voltage motor starters as specified herein and as shown on the contract drawings.

1.2 References

A. The metal-clad switchgear used for automatic transfer switch application shall be designed, manufactured and tested in accordance with the following standards:

1. UL1008A dated March 2012

– Standard for Medium Voltage Transfer Switches

2. IEEE C37.20.2 dated1999 standard for metal-clad switchgear

3. IEEE C37.20.7 dated 2007, guide for testing metal-enclosed switchgear for internal arcing faults, when internal arc short-circuit rating and accessibility type is specified under section 2.5, ratings.

4. ANSI C37.55 dated 2002

– Conformance test procedures

5. NEMA SG-5

– Power Switchgear Assemblies

6. CSA C22.2 No. 31-04 dated January 2004

– CSA standard for switchgear assemblies

7. ANSI and IEEE standards for High Voltage AC Circuit Breakers, IEEE C37.04-1999, ANSI C37.06-

2000 and 2009, and IEEE C37.09-1979 and 2009.

8. TP 312 Standards, 5 th

Edition

B. Medium voltage motor starters shall be designed, manufactured, assembled and tested in accordance with the following standards:

1. ANSI/NEMA ICS-3- 1993 (R2000)

2. UL 347 or equivalent CSA C22.2 No. 14

1.3 Submittals

– For Review/Approval

A. The following information shall be submitted to the Engineer:

1. Master drawing index

2. Front view elevation

3. Floor plan

4. Top view

5. Single line

6. Schematic diagram

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7. Nameplate schedule

8. Component list

9. Conduit entry/exit locations

10. Assembly ratings including: a.

Short-circuit rating b.

Voltage c.

Continuous current d.

Basic impulse level

11. Major component ratings including: a.

Voltage b.

Continuous current c.

Interrupting ratings

12. Cable terminal sizes

B. Where applicable, the following additional information shall be submitted to the Engineer:

1. Busway connection

2. Connection details between close-coupled assemblies

3. Composite floor plan of close-coupled assemblies

4. Key interlock scheme drawing and sequence of operations

5. Descriptive bulletins

6. Product data sheets

1.4 Submittals

– For Construction

A. The following information shall be submitted for record purposes:

1. Final as-built drawings and information for items listed in Section 1.4, and shall incorporate all changes made during the manufacturing process

2. Wiring diagrams

3. Certified production test reports

4. Installation information including equipment anchorage provisions

1.5 Qualifications

A. The manufacturer of the assembly shall be the manufacturer of the major components within the assembly.

B. For the equipment specified herein, the manufacturer shall be ISO 9001 or 9002 certified.

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C. The manufacturer of this equipment shall have produced similar electrical equipment for a minimum period of five (5) years. When requested by the Engineer, an acceptable list of installations with similar equipment shall be provided demonstrating compliance with this requirement.

1.6 Regulatory Requirements for Motor Starters

A.

Equipment shall be provided with the following special labels: CSA (7.2kV and below). (Note: All optionally specified features must be confirmed to meet above specified labeling requirements to insure label can be applied.)

1.7 Delivery, Storage, and Handling

A.

Equipment shall be handled and stored in accordance with manufacturer’s instructions. One (1) copy of these instructions shall be included with the equipment at time of shipment.

B. Shipping groups shall be designed to be shipped by truck, rail or ship. Breakers and accessories shall be packaged and shipped separately.

C. Switchgear shall be equipped to be handled by crane. Where cranes are not available, switchgear shall be suitable for skidding in place on rollers using jacks to raise and lower the groups.

D. Switchgear being stored prior to installation shall be stored so as to maintain the equipment in a clean and dry condition. If stored outdoors indoor gear shall be covered and heated, and outdoor gear shall be heated.

1.8 Operation and Maintenance Manuals

A. Equipment operation and maintenance manuals shall be provided with each assembly shipped, and shall include instruction leaflets and instruction bulletins for the complete assembly and each major component.

2 Products

2.1 Manufacturers

A. Eaton

B. Schneider Electric

C. Toshont Power Products

The listing of specific manufacturers above does not imply acceptance of their products that do not meet the specified ratings, features and functions. Manufacturers listed above are not relieved from meeting these specifications in their entirety. Products in compliance with the specification and manufactured by others not named will be considered only if pre-approved by the Engineer ten (10) days prior to bid date.

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2.2.1 Ratings

A. The switchgear, used for the medium voltage vacuum breaker transfer switch, described in this specification, shall be designed for operation on a 4.16kV, 3-phase, 4-wire, solidly grounded, 60Hz system.

B. Each MV ATS shall have the following major ratings:

Rated Maximum Voltage: 4.76kV rms

Circuit Breaker Rated short circuit current at rated max voltage: 50kA rms sym

Rated Voltage Range Factor: K1

Rated Impulse Withstand (BIL): 69kV Peak

MV Vacuum Contactors rated interrupting time: Three cycles

Continuous Current: 1200 Amperes

Rated 2-sec SC current withstand: 50kA rms, symmetrical

Rated Momentary SC current withstand: 135kA crest, 80kA ms asymmetrical

UL1008A Operating Duty Class: A

C. The transfer switch shall be 100% equipment rated for continuous duty as shown on the drawings.

D. All pilot devices and relays shall be of the industrial type, with 20 ampere rated contacts.

E. The transfer switch shall be rated to protect inductive and resistive loads, from loss of continuity of power, without de-rating, either open or enclosed.

2.2.2 Construction

A. The metal-clad switchgear, used for the transfer switch shall consist of individual vertical sections housing various combinations of circuit breakers and auxiliaries, bolted to form a rigid metal-clad automatic transfer switch. Metal side sheets shall provide grounded barriers between adjacent structures and solid removable metal barriers shall isolate the major primary sections of each circuit.

B. The stationary primary contacts shall be silver-plated and recessed within insulating tubes. A steel shutter shall automatically cover the stationary primary disconnecting contacts when the breaker is in the disconnected position or out of the cell. Provide rails to allow withdrawal of each 5 kV circuit breaker for inspection and maintenance without the use of a separate lifting device.

C. When specified under 2.5, ratings, the switchgear assembly shall be of arc resistant construction that provides Type-2B accessibility around the perimeter (front, sides, and rear) of the line-up in accordance with IEEE C37.20.7.

D. Each individual vertical section of the switchgear shall include integral and top mounted pressure release flaps to facilitate a controlled upward release of arc created overpressures, smoke, and gasses.

Individual vertical sections shall be of a unitized design to allow removal of a damaged vertical section after a fault incident, without requiring the removal of the adjacent vertical sections.

E. An enclosed arc-chamber with arc duct exit shall be furnished for installation above the switchgear. Arcduct exit location shall be as shown on the drawing. Arc exhaust shall be vented from the arc-chamber

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to the exit location via arc-duct as shown on the drawings. Field assembly of the arc-chamber and arcduct shall be by installing contractor.

F. Circuit breakers shall be capable of being operated manually under full load conditions.

G. Each circuit breaker shall be electrically interlocked to prevent simultaneous closing of both sources under either automatic or manual operation, unless closed transition transfer is specified.

H. A microprocessor-based transfer control device shall utilize electronic components mounted on printed circuit boards to accomplish functions such as timing, time delays, and voltage and frequency monitoring. LEDs shall be furnished to indicate the operation of each solid-state function. Modifications shall be available for field installation.

2.2.3 Bus

A. The main bus shall be copper and have fluidized bed epoxy flame-retardant and track-resistant insulation. The bus supports between units shall be flame-retardant, track-resistant, glass polyester for 5 and 15 kV class. The switchgear shall be constructed so that all buses, bus supports and connections shall withstand stresses that would be produced by currents equal to the momentary ratings of the circuit breakers. A set of 1200-ampere insulated copper main bus shall be provided and have provisions for future extension. All bus joints shall be plated, bolted and insulated with easily installed boots. The bus shall be braced to withstand fault currents equal to the close and latch rating of the breakers. The temperature rise of the bus and connections shall be in accordance with ANSI standards and documented by design tests.

B. A 1/4-inch by 2-inch copper ground bus shall extend the entire length of the switchgear.

2.2.4 Wiring/Terminations

A. The switchgear manufacturer shall provide suitable terminal blocks for secondary wire terminations. One control circuit cutout device shall be provided in each circuit breaker housing. Switchgear secondary wire shall be #14 AWG, type SIS rated 600 volt, 90 degrees C, furnished with wire markers at each termination. Wires shall terminate on terminal blocks with marker strips numbered in agreement with detailed connection diagrams.

B. Incoming line and feeder cable lugs of the type and size indicated elsewhere shall be furnished.

2.2.5 Medium Voltage Contactors

A. The contactors shall be horizontal drawout type, capable of being withdrawn on rails. The breakers shall be operated by a coil stored energy spring mechanism, charged normally by a universal electric motor and in an emergency by a manual handle. The primary disconnecting contacts shall be silver-plated copper.

B. Each contactor shall contain three vacuum interrupters separately mounted in a self-contained, selfaligning pole unit, which can be removed easily. The vacuum interrupter pole unit shall be mounted on glass polyester supports for 5 and 15 kV class. A contact wear gap indicator for each vacuum interrupter, which requires no tools to indicate available contact life, shall be easily visible when the breaker is removed from its compartment. The current transfer from the vacuum interrupter moving stem

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to the breaker main conductor shall be a non-sliding design. The breaker front panel shall be removable when the breaker is withdrawn for ease of inspection and maintenance.

C. The secondary contacts shall be silver-plated and shall automatically engage in the breaker operating position, which can be manually engaged in the breaker test position.

D. Interlocks shall be provided to prevent closing of a breaker between operating and test positions, to trip breakers upon insertion or removal from housing and to discharge stored energy mechanisms upon insertion or removal from the housing. The breaker shall be secured positively in the housing between and including the operating and test positions.

E. The breakers shall be electrically operated by the following control voltages:

1. The dc supply, when used, shall be furnished by the purchaser. The ac control voltage, when used, shall be derived from potential transformers connected on the line side of each breaker

F. Each breaker shall be complete with control switch and red and green indicating lights to indicate breaker contact position.

2.2.6 Sequence of Operation - Closed Transition Transfer

A. Closed Transition Transfer

1. The system shall normally operate from the normal source. The normal source is defined as the source that is preferred. The transfer controller shall indicate real time values for volts and frequency via front panel LED display, along with an indication of the power source currently in use.

The transfer controller shall continuously monitor either single-phase or three-phase voltages for

Source 1 and Source 2. The transfer controller shall allow system configuration selection for Source

1/Source 2 as Utility/Generator or Utility/Utility. The controller shall allow selection of Closed

Transition Enabled or Disabled. When Closed Transition mode is Enabled, it shall be possible to transfer the Load from Source 1 to Source 2 without interruption of power to the Load when both sources are available. The source paralleling duration during the Load transfer shall be limited to less than 100 milliseconds. When the Closed Transition mode is disabled, the two sources are not allowed to operate in parallel.

2. When the Source 1 voltage or frequency is detected to be below the user programmed set points, transfer to Source 2 shall be initiated. When the Source 2 voltage and frequency are detected to be within the programmed parameters, the transfer shall occur.

3. While the Load is connected to Source 2, the controller shall continue to monitor Source 1. As soon as the Source 1 voltage and frequency return to within the programmed limits of Source 1, and after a programmed time delay, the Load transfer back to Source 1 shall be initiated. The Load transfer back to Source 1 shall be Closed or Open type depending on the setting of the mode of operation.

When closed transition mode is enabled, Source 1 shall be closed first, then the Source 2 shall be opened, without power interruption to Load. When the closed transition mode is disabled, Source 2 shall be opened first, and then the Source 1 shall be closed.

4. The programming set points and various standard and optional control parameters shall be as described under Transfer Controller section.

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2.2.7 Protective Relays

A. The switchgear manufacturer shall furnish and install, in the metal-enclosed switchgear, the quantity, type and rating of protection relays as indicated on the drawings and described hereafter in this specification.

2.2.8 Microprocessor-Based Transfer Control Device

A. The following logic and options shall be supplied:

1. The logic of the transfer switch shall function via a microprocessor. Where shown on the drawings, provide microprocessor-based automatic transfer control equal to Eaton type ATC900 (closed transition transfer). The set points shall be field adjustable without the use of special tools. LED lights shall be included on the exterior of the switch to show: a.

Normal Source (Utility) Available b.

Emergency Source (Generator) Available c.

Normal Source (Utility) Connected d.

Emergency Source (Generator) Connected e.

Load Energized f.

Emergency Source (Generator) Bypass g.

Normal Source (Utility) Bypass

2. A digital readout shall display each option as it is functioning. Readouts shall display actual line-toline voltage, line frequency and timers. When timers are functioning, the microprocessor shall display the timer counting down. All set points can be reprogrammed from the front of the transfer switch when the control device is in the program mode. A test pushbutton shall be included as part of the microprocessor. The microprocessor shall be compatible with an Eaton PowerNet communications system, or approved equivalent. The control device shall include the following: a.

Provide a time delay transfer from the normal power source to the emergency power source (0 seconds to 30 minutes). This option does not affect the engine start circuit. b.

Provide a timer to override a momentary power outage or voltage fluctuation (0 seconds to 120 seconds). c.

Provide a time delay transfer from the emergency power source to the normal power source (0 seconds to 30 minutes). d.

Provide a timer to allow the generator to run unloaded after retransfer to the normal power supply (1 second to 30 minutes). e.

Provide single-phase undervoltage and underfrequency sensing on the emergency power source. Voltage shall be factory set at 90% pickup and 80% dropout. Frequency sensing shall be set at 58 Hz pickup and 56 Hz dropout. f.

Provide a pilot light to indicate that the switch is in the normal position as an integral part of the microprocessor. g.

Provide a pilot light to indicate that the switch is in the emergency position as an integral part of the microprocessor.

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h.

Provide a pilot light to indicate that the normal power is available as an integral part of the microprocessor. i.

Provide a pilot light to indicate that the emergency power is available as an integral part of the microprocessor. j.

Provide auxiliary relay contacts that are energized when the power is available on the normal source. k.

Provide auxiliary relay contacts that are energized when the power is available on the emergency source.

B. The following features shall be provided:

1. Time delay normal to emergency, adjustable Time delay emergency to normal, adjustable

2. Green pilot light to indicate switch in normal position and red pilot light to indicate switch in emergency position

3. White pilot lights marked ‘‘Normal Source’’ and ‘‘Emergency Source’’ to indicate that respective source voltages are available

4. Tripped position indicating lights for both sources

5. Relay auxiliary contacts (Form C) to indicate availability of each source

C. When the alternate source is an engine generator, the following features shall also be provided:

1. Time delay engine start, adjustable

2. Time delay engine cool off, adjustable

3. Engine start contact

4. Frequency/voltage relay for emergency source, frequency adjustable from 45 to 60 Hz and voltage fixed at 90% pickup, 70% dropout

5. Delayed transition time delay, adjustable from 0 to 120 seconds, to allow disconnection of the load during transfer in either direction to prevent excessive inrush currents due to out-of-phase switching of large inductive loads

6. Four-position selector switch permitting four (4) modes of transfer switch operation: TEST

(simulates normal power outage), AUTO (standard automatic operation), OFF (de-energizes control relays and opens the engine start circuit for maintenance purposes), ENGINE START (retains transfer switch in normal position and initiates a testing of the engine start circuit). Furnish white pilot light for OFF indication

D. A transfer switch position indicator shall be visible from the front of the switch.

E. Closed Transition Transfer is specified, the following logic and options shall be supplied:

1. Upon loss of a phase-to-phase voltage of the normal source to 80% of nominal, and after a time delay, adjustable from .5 to 15 seconds, to override momentary dips and/or outages, a contact shall close to initiate starting of the emergency or standby source power plant. Transfer to the alternate source shall take place immediately upon attainment of 90% of rated voltage, and frequency of that source. This transfer shall take place in an Open Transition (Break before Make) mode of operation.

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If for some reason the Alternate source is already available when the normal source fails, then a

Time Delay Transition will take place, to ensure limiting of inrush current due to transfer in a possible out-of-phase condition

2. When the normal source has been restored to 90% of rated voltage, and after a time delay, adjustable from 0

– 1800 seconds (to ensure the integrity of the normal power source), the transfer switch shall attempt to transfer in a Closed Transition (Make before Break) mode. If the Closed

Transition Frequency Difference (CTFD) and Closed Transition Voltage Difference (CTVD) are satisfied before the Sync set point time delay expires, then the Transfer Switch shall do a “Make before Break” transfer, with an overlap time not to exceed 100 ms. If the CTFD, and CTVD are NOT satisfied before the Sync time expires, then the controller shall default to In-phase transition with default to Time Delay Neutral (software option 47E). In-phase transition is a feature that will permit a transfer or re-transfer only between 2 available sources that have a phase angle difference near zero. The In-phase transition feature includes permissible frequency difference (0.0 to 3.0 Hz), and synchronization time set points (1 to 60 minutes). In the event Source 1 and Source 2 fail to synchronize within the permitted frequency difference and time, then the controller shall default to

Time Delay Neutral Operation. Under Time Delay Neutral Operation, controller provides a time delay in the neutral position during the transfer and re-transfer operations during which both Source

1 and Source 2 are disconnected from the load circuit. The TDN shall be programmable and shall be same for both transfer and re-transfer operations, and shall be adjustable from 0 to 120 seconds

3. A time delay, adjustable from 0

– 1800 seconds shall delay shutdown of the emergency or standby power source after transfer to allow the generator to run unloaded for cool-down, after which the generator shall be automatically shut down

4. If the emergency or standby power plant should fail while carrying the load, transfer to the normal power supply shall be made instantaneously upon restoration of the normal source to satisfactory conditions

2.2.9 Communications

A. Where shown on the drawings, provide in the transfer switch a microprocessor-based unit capable of communicating phase and ground current, peak demand, present demand, energy consumption, contact status and mode of trip. The transfer switch shall respond to open and close commands from a master control unit via a communications network. Communication network shall be Eaton PowerNet, or approved equivalent.

B. Provide communications capability to monitor the normal and emergency switch position and normal and emergency source availability. Additional communications capability shall be provided to bypass time delays during transfer or retransfer, and to initiate engine start for no-load or load testing of the transfer switch from a remote master computer.

2.2.10 Auxiliary Devices

A. Ring type current transformers shall be furnished as indicated on the contract drawings. The thermal and mechanical ratings of the current transformers shall be coordinated with the circuit breakers. Their accuracy rating shall be equal to or higher than ANSI standard requirements. The standard location for

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the current transformers on the bus side and line side of the 5 kV breaker units shall be front accessible to permit adding or changing current transformers without removing high voltage insulation connections.

Shorting terminal blocks shall be furnished on the secondary of all the current transformers.

B. Voltage and control power transformers of the quantity and ratings indicated in the detail specification shall be supplied. Voltage transformers shall be mounted in drawout drawers contained in an enclosed auxiliary compartment. Control power transformers (CPTs) up to 15 kV, 15 kVA, single-phase shall be mounted in drawout drawers. Rails shall be provided for each drawer to permit easy inspection testing and fuse replacement. Shutters shall isolate primary bus stabs when drawers are withdrawn.

C. A mechanical interlock shall be provided to require the secondary breaker to be open before the CPT drawer can be withdrawn.

2.2.11 Enclosures

A. The switchgear described in these specifications shall be indoor construction, with devices arranged as shown on contract drawings. When internal arc enclosure short-circuit ratings and accessibility types are specified under section 2.2, Ratings, the switchgear described shall be of arc-resistant design.

2.2.12 Nameplates

A. Engraved nameplates, mounted on the face of the assembly, shall be furnished for all main and feeder circuits as indicated on the drawings. Nameplates shall be laminated plastic; black characters on white background, and secured with screws. Characters shall be 3/16-inch high, minimum. Furnish master nameplate for each switchgear lineup providing information in accordance with IEEE standard C37.20.2-

1999, Section 7.4.1. Circuit nameplates shall be provided with circuit designations as shown on purchaser’s single-line diagrams. Provide all required markings and labels in accordance with UL1008A.

B. Control components mounted within the assembly, such as fuse blocks, relays, pushbuttons, switches, etc., shall be suitably marked for identification corresponding to appropriate designations on manufacturer's wiring diagrams.

2.2.13 Finish

A. The finish shall consist of a coat of gray (ANSI-61), thermosetting, polyester powder paint applied electrostatically to pre-cleaned and phosphatized steel and aluminum for internal and external parts. The coating shall have corrosion resistance of 600 hours to 5% salt spray.

2.2.14 Accessories

A. The switchgear manufacturer shall furnish accessories for test, inspection, maintenance and operation, including:

1. One

– Maintenance tool for manually charging the breaker closing spring and manually opening the shutter

2. One

– Levering crank for moving the breaker between test and connected positions

3. One

– Test jumper for electrically operating the breaker while out of its compartment

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4. One

– Breaker lifting yoke used for attachment to breaker for lifting breaker on or off compartment rails, when applicable

5. One

– Set of rail extensions and rail clamps, when applicable

6. One

– Portable lifting device for lifting the breaker on or off the rails

7. One

– Ramp for rolling breaker mounted in lower compartment directly onto the floor

8. One

– ‘‘Dockable’’ transport dolly for moving breaker about outside its compartment

9.

One

– Electrical levering device

2.2.15 Bill of Materials

A. The metal-enclosed transfer switch contactor sections (5B, 5D) shall include the following for the Source

1 breaker:

1. Two

– MAX Relays

2. Two

– Starter Isolation Switches

3. Two

– Current Limiting Power Fuses

4. Two

– Current Transformers

5. Two

– Main Contactors Roll-in/Roll-out

6. Two

– Low Voltage Control Compartments

7. Two

– Sets of Control Circuit Terminal Blocks

8. Two

– Interposing Relays 3NO 1Nc

9. Two

– 30mm (E34) Start/Stop Pushbuttons

10. Two

– 30mm (E34) Red Run/Close Indicating Lights, LED

11. Two

– 30mm (E34) Green Off/Open Indication Lights, LED

12. Two

– EDR3000 MB-RTU 4I/4O

13. Two

– GFCT 50/5

14. Two

– 4 Pole CT Shorting Terminal Blocks (no GFCT terminals)

15. Four

– D15 Control Relays, 600V

B. The metal-clad transfer switch circuit breaker sections (7B, 7D) shall include the following for Source 2 breaker:

1. Two

– MAX Relays

2. Two

– Starter Isolation Switches

3. Two

– Current Limiting Power Fuses

4. Two

– Current Transformers

5. Two

– Main Contactors Roll-in/Roll-out

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6. Two

– Low Voltage Control Compartments

7. Two

– Sets of Control Circuit Terminal Blocks

8. Two

– Interposing Relays 3NO 1Nc

9. Two

– 30mm (E34) Start/Stop Pushbuttons

10. Two

– 30mm (E34) Red Run/Close Indicating Lights, LED

11. Two

– 30mm (E34) Green Off/Open Indication Lights, LED

12. Two

– EDR3000 MB-RTU 4I/4O

13. Two

– GFCT 50/5

14. Two

– 4 Pole CT Shorting Terminal Blocks (no GFCT terminals)

15. Four

– D15 Control Relays, 600V

C. The metal-enclosed transfer switch auxiliary section (8B) shall include the following:

1. One

– ATC900, ELC, and switches

2.3 PART B

– Motor Starter

2.3.1 Ratings

A. Starters shall have an integrated interrupting rating with current limiting fuses of 400MVA.

300 Amperes

Voltage Interrupting

(kV) hp(Max.) Rating

400 Amperes hp (Max)

Interrupting

Rating

2.3 kV

3.3 kV

4.6 kV

NA

NA

NA

NA

NA

NA

6.6 kV NA NA

10.0 kV 5500 hp 865 MVA

11.0 kV 6000 hp 950 MVA

13.2 kV 7350 hp 1040 MVA

13.8 kV 7500 hp 1190 MVA

1750 hp

2250 hp

3000 hp

4500 hp

NA

NA

NA

NA

200 MVA

285 MVA

400 MVA

570 MVA

NA

NA

NA

NA

800 Amperes

Interrupting hp (Max.) Rating

3000 hp

4000 hp

5000 hp

8000 hp

NA

NA

NA

NA

200 MVA

285 MVA

400 MVA

570 MVA

NA

NA

NA

NA

B. When starters are grouped together in a lineup, the entire assembly shall be suitable for application on a power system having a short-circuit capacity of 30.

C. The vacuum contactor shall have the following ratings:

7200V Max. 400 Amperes 800 Amperes

___________________________________

Max. Interrupting 8500 Amperes 12500 Amperes

Current (3 OPS)

Rated Current

– Enclosed 400 Amperes 720 Amperes

Rated Current

– Open 400 Amperes 800 Amperes

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Short-Time Current

30 Sec. 2400 A 4320 A

1 Sec. 6000 A 10800 A

8.7 ms (0.5 Cycle) 63 kA Peak 86 kA Peak

Mechanical Life 2.5 Million 1.0 Million

Electrical Life 300,000 100,000

at rated current

Impulse Withstand 60 kV 60 kV

(1.2 x 50 Micro Sec.) (1.2 x 50 Micro Sec.)

15,000V Max 300 Amperes

_____________________________________________________________

Max. Interrupting 5000 Amperes

Current (3 OPS)

Rated Current

– Enclosed 300 Amperes

Rated Current

– Open 300 Amperes

Short-Time Current

30 Sec. 1800 Amperes

1 Sec. 4500 Amperes

8.7 ms (0.5 Cycle) 42 kA Peak

Mechanical Life 1.0 Million

Electrical Life 100,000

at rated current

Impulse Withstand 75 kV

(1.2 x 50 Micro Sec.)

D. Reduced Voltage Solid-State Starters (5kV maximum voltage) shall have the following ratings:

Description Specification

_____________________________________________________________

Horsepower hp as shown on the drawings

Power Ratings 600% FLA for 30 Sec. 125% Continuous

PIV Ratings 2500 Vac: 7000 V

5000 Vac: 14000 V

Starting Torque 5 to 85%

Ramp Time 0 to 180 Seconds

Maximum Voltage Rating 5000 Vac

BIL Rating 60 KV

Rated Short Circuit Amperes 50 kA rms Sym.

SCR Voltage Drop or 3.5 V without bypass/<1 V with bypass

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Voltage Drop “L” to “T”

Overall Efficiency 99.7% without bypass/99.94 with bypass

Transient Protection DV/DT Circuits/Phase

2.3.2 Construction

A. Isolating switch and contactor assemblies, including current limiting fuses, shall be of the component-tocomponent design with a minimum amount of interconnecting cables. The isolating switch shall be easily removed from the enclosure by removing the pin securing the operating rod to the switch and then removing two bolts securing the removable portion of the switch. Line and load cable terminations shall be completely accessible from the front.

B. The isolating switch shall be an externally operated manual three-pole drawout type, such that in the open position it grounds and isolates the starter from the line connectors with an isolating shutter leaving no exposed high-voltage components. Integral mechanical interlocks shall prevent entry into the highvoltage areas while the starter is energized and shall block accidental opening or closing of the isolating switch when the door is open or the contactor is closed. The isolating switch handle shall have provisions for padlocking in the open position. The isolating switch shall have a mechanical blown fuse indicating device. The isolation switch shall be designed for a minimum of 10,000 operations.

C. Current limiting power fuses shall be provided with special fatigue proof elements that allow the elements to absorb the expansions and contractions created by the heating and cooling associated with severe cycling as is typical with motor starting. The fuses will include visible fuse condition indicators.

The fuses shall incorporate special time/current characteristics for motor service allowing proper coordination with the contactor and overload relay for maximum motor protection. This coordination shall be such that under a low-fault condition the interrupting rating and dropout time of the contactor shall be properly coordinated with all possible fuse sizes to eliminate contactor racing. The power fuses shall be vertically mounted permitting easy inspection and replacement without starter disassembly.

D. The vacuum contactor shall be of the roll-out and magnetically-held design, rated 400 amperes with single-break high-pressure type main contacts with weld-resistant alloy contact faces. The vacuum contactor contact wear shall be easily check ed with the use of a “go/no-go” feeler gauge.

E. A built-in test circuit shall be included to permit checking of the starter control and pilot circuit, with the high voltage de-energized and isolated, and the contactor in its normal position or in the drawout position. The control circuit shall be capable of being energized through a polarized plug connector from an external 115-volt supply while in the test mode.

F. The low voltage control compartment shall be isolated and barriered from the high voltage area and located behind a separate low voltage access door. The low voltage compartment shall be painted white to increase visibility of components mounted inside the compartment.

G. Each starter cell shall contain a vertical and horizontal low voltage wireway.

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2.3.3 Bus

A. When starters are grouped together in a lineup, the horizontal main bus shall be located in its own separate, 12-inch high enclosure and isolated from the starters. To allow for ease of maintenance or extension of lineups without disassembling starters, the main bus shall be front, top and side accessible.

B. Starters shall be connected by an insulated vertical bus.

C. All bus bars shall be copper tin-plated. Bus shall be rated for 1200A continuous current.

D. Provide a 1/4 x 2-inch ground bus throughout the entire lineup. Ground bus shall also be supplied in upper compartments of 2-high starters and be bus connected to the ground bus supplied in the lower compartments.

2.3.4 Wiring/Terminations

A. All control wire shall be UL/CSA approved.

B. Standard control wire shall be 14GA, stranded, tin-plated, red, dual-rated type XLPE (3173) 125 degrees

C, SIS 90 degrees C.

C. Current transformer circuits shall utilize #12 wire with the same characteristics as above. Provide shorting blocks for all current transformers.

D.

Provide “plug-in” terminal blocks, rated 600 V, 50 A with “clamping collar.”

E.

Wire markers shall be a molded plastic “clip-sleeve” type.

F.

“Clamping-collar” type terminals shall be used to terminate control wiring. Current transformer circuits shall be provided with ring-type terminals where applicable.

2.3.5 Main Switches/Feeder Switches (72kV MAX)

A. Furnish, where shown on the contract drawings, three-pole manually operated quick-make, quick-break load break switches or integrated metal enclosed breakers.

B. The fixed-mounted switches shall fit in one-half of a standard 90-inch high, 36-inch wide vertical structure, when supplied with 400 A or smaller fuses. Provide mechanical interlocks such that the switch door cannot be opened when the switch is on, and when the door is open the switch cannot be closed. A safety screen shall be provided behind the switch door.

1. The load break switch shall have the following ratings:

Maximum Voltage 5 kV

BIL Rating 60 kV

Continuous Current 600 Amperes

Interrupting Capacity 600 Amperes at 80% PF

Interrupting Capacity 80 Amperes at 10% PF

Momentary Current 61kA 10 cycles Asymmetrical

Momentary Current 38kA 4 seconds Asymmetrical

Fault Current Closing 61kA Asymmetrical

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Max. BIL Continuous Interrupting

Voltage Rating Current Capacity

(kV) (kV) (Amperes) (Amperes) Momentary Current

Fault

Current

Closing

_________________________________ at at 10 Cycles 4 Seconds Asymmetrical

80% 10% Asymmetrical

PF PF (Amperes)

Symmetrical

(Amperes)

(Amperes)

5.5

5.5

7.2

7.2

60

60

60

60

600

1200

600

1200

600

1600

1600

1600

80

300

300

300

40,000

61,000

40,000

61,000

25,000

38,000

25,000

38,000

40,000

61,000

40,000

61,000

2. The load break switch shall be as manufactured by Eaton type ADM, or approved equivalent.

2.3.6 Main/Tie Contactors (7.2kV MAX)

A. Furnish, where shown on the contract drawings, main and or tie breakers fully integrated with the motor starters. The main breaker structure dimensions shall be no greater than 62 inches wide by 60 inches deep. The tie breaker structure dimensions shall be no greater than 48 inches wide by 60 inches deep.

Both main and tie breakers shall be fully front accessible.

1. The Main Breaker shall have the following ratings:

Interrupting Rating 12.5 MVA

Nominal Voltage Class 5 kV

Impulse Withstand 60 BIL

Short Circuit Current 30 Kilo Amperes

Continuous Current 800 Amperes

2. The breaker shall be as manufactured by Eaton type MBA, or approved equivalent.

2.3.7 Enclosures

A. Provide NEMA 1A enclosures for indoor applications where shown on the contract drawings. Control power shall be obtained from an internal control power transformer.

B. Enclosures for the medium voltage starters shall meet NEMA ICS-6 standards. Enclosure shall be

NEMA 1, unless otherwise noted, completely front accessible, allowing for free-standing, against a wall, or back-to-back mounting.

C. Provide a dedicated incoming line enclosure section to accommodate the number and size of incoming cables for top entry.

D. Structures shall be welded steel frame, formed steel doors and side sheets, flat steel top and rear covers.

E. Standard hardware shall be grade 5, plated zinc-dichromate.

2.3.8 Nameplates

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A. Nameplates shall be 2-inch high x 2-1/2 inch wide, laminated white with black core.

B. Unit nameplate and device marker lettering shall be 3/16-inch high.

2.3.9 Finish

A. The finish for internal and external parts shall consist of a coat of ANSI 61 (gray) thermosetting, polyester, powder paint applied electrostatically to pre-cleaned phosphatized steel and aluminum surfaces.

2.3.10 Accessories

A. Provide a portable lifting device for transporting contactor outside its compartment.

3 Execution

3.1 Factory Testing

3.1.1 Automatic Transfer Switch

A. The following standard factory tests shall be performed on the circuit breaker element provided under this section. All tests shall be in accordance with the latest version of ANSI standards.

1. Alignment test with master cell to verify all interfaces and interchangeability

2. Circuit breakers operated over the range of minimum to maximum control voltage

3. Factory setting of contact gap

4. One-minute dielectric test per ANSI standards

5. Final inspections and quality checks

B. The following production tests shall be performed on each breaker housing:

1. Alignment test with master breaker to verify interfaces

2. One-minute dielectric test per ANSI standards on primary and secondary circuits

3. Operation of wiring, relays and other devices verified by an operational sequence test

4. Final inspection and quality check

C. The manufacturer shall provide three (3) certified copies of factory test reports.

D. Factory tests as outlined above under 3.2.B shall be witnessed by the owner’s representative:

1. The manufacturer shall notify the owner two (2) weeks prior to the date the tests are to be performed

2.

The manufacturer shall include the cost of transportation and lodging for up to three (3) owner’s representatives. The cost of meals and incidental expenses shall be the owner’s responsibility

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3.1.2 Motor Starter/Contactor

A. The following standard factory tests shall be performed on the equipment provided under this section. All tests shall be in accordance with the latest version of ANSI and NEMA standards.

1. Wiring check

2. Sequence of control circuits

3. Dielectric Test (Hi Pot) per NEMA ICS 3 Part 2 at 2000 volts plus 2.25 times nominal voltage, for 60 seconds, phase-to-phase and phase-to-ground

B. The manufacturer shall provide three (3) certified copies of factory test reports.

C.

Factory tests as outlined above shall be witnessed by the owner’s representative.

1. The manufacturer shall notify the owner two (2) weeks prior to the date the tests are to be performed

3.2 Field Quality Control

3.2.1 Automatic Transfer Switch

A. Provide the services of a qualified factorytrained manufacturer’s representative to assist the Contractor in installation and start-up of the equipment specified under this section for a period of 7 working days.

The manufacturer’s representative shall provide technical direction and assistance to the contractor in general assembly of the equipment, connections and adjustments, and testing of the assembly and components contained therein.

B. The Contractor shall provide three (3) copies of the ma nufacturer’s field start-up report.

3.2.2 Motor Starter

A. Provide the services of a qualified factorytrained manufacturer’s representative to provide startup of the equipment specified under this section for a period of 7 working days.

B. The following minimum work shall be performed by the Contractor under the technical direction of the manufacturer’s service representative:

1. Megger bus

2. Ground test

3. Verify that all mechanical interlocks are functioning properly

C. The Contractor shall provide three (3) copies of the manufacturer’s field startup report.

3.3

Manufacturer’s Certification

A. A qualified factorytrained manufacturer’s representative shall certify in writing that the equipment has been installed, adjusted and tested in accordance with the manufacturer’s recommendations.

B.

The Contractor shall provide three (3) copies of the manufacturer’s representative’s certification.

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3.4 Training

A.

The Contractor shall provide a training session for up to five (5) owner’s representatives for 7 normal workdays at a job site location determined by the owner.

B.

The training session shall be conducted by a manufacturer’s qualified representative. Training program shall include instructions on the assembly, circuit breaker, protective devices, and other major components.

3.5 Installation

A. The Contra ctor shall install all equipment per the manufacturer’s recommendations and contract drawings.

B. All necessary hardware to secure the assembly in place shall be provided by the Contractor.

C. Check all bolted connections to assure that they are in accordance wi th the manufacturer’s recommended torque requirements (for motor starter).

3.6 Field Adjustments

A. The relays shall be set in the field by:

1. A qualified representative of the manufacturer, retained by the Contractor, in accordance with settings designated in a coordinated study of the system as required elsewhere in the contract documents

B. Program the motor protective relays in accordance with the recommendations documented by the coordination study, Section 16011 or as directed by the Engineer.

3.7 Field Testing

A. Sequence the control circuit to verify that the starter will start and run properly.

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Appendix M

Technical Specifications for Panelboards

Rev.

B

Status

For Tender

North Bay Jack Garland Airport Corporation

Rehabilitation of the Airport

Electrical Power Supply Systems for

Both Standard and Emergency Power

NTB-00005171-A0

Technical Specifications for

Panelboards

exp Services

885 Regent Street

Suite 3-6A

Sudbury, ON P3E 5M4

Canada

Prepared By/Date Checked By/Date Approved By/Date

A. Sene / 2016-05-26 E. Fratin / 2016-05-26 A. Sene / 2016-05-26 i

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Table of Contents

Table of Contents ......................................................................................................................................................... ii

1 General ................................................................................................................................................................... 1

1.1

Scope ................................................................................................................................................................ 1

1.2

References ........................................................................................................................................................ 1

1.3

Submittals

– For Review/Approval .................................................................................................................... 1

1.4

Submittals

– For Information ............................................................................................................................. 2

1.5

Submittals

– For Closeout ................................................................................................................................. 2

1.6

Qualifications..................................................................................................................................................... 2

1.7

Delivery, Storage and Handling ........................................................................................................................ 2

1.8

Operation and Maintenance Manuals ............................................................................................................... 2

2 Products ................................................................................................................................................................. 3

2.1

Manufacturers ................................................................................................................................................... 3

2.2

Ratings .............................................................................................................................................................. 3

2.3

Construction ...................................................................................................................................................... 3

2.4

Bus .................................................................................................................................................................... 4

2.5

Power Distribution Panelboards

– Circuit Breaker Type .................................................................................. 4

2.6

Power Distribution Panelboards

– Fusible Switch Type ................................................................................... 6

2.7

Branch Circuit Panelboards .............................................................................................................................. 6

2.8

Enclosure .......................................................................................................................................................... 6

2.9

Nameplates ....................................................................................................................................................... 6

2.10

Finish ................................................................................................................................................................. 7

3 Execution ............................................................................................................................................................... 7

3.1

Factory Testing ................................................................................................................................................. 7

3.2

Installation ......................................................................................................................................................... 7

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1 General

1.1 Scope

A. The Contractor shall furnish and install the panelboards as specified and as shown on the contract drawings.

1.2 References

A. All electronic and electrical equipment must be approved by NAV Canada to ensure there is no interference with navigational systems in the airport (TP 1247E).

B. The publications listed below form part of this specification. Each publication shall be the latest revision and addendum in effect on the date this Specification is issued for construction unless noted otherwise. Except as modified by the requirements specified herein, or the details of the drawings, work included in this Specification shall conform to the applicable provisions of these publications.

C. The panelboards and all components shall be designed, manufactured and tested in accordance with the latest applicable standards of EEMAC and CSA.

D. TP 312, 5th Edition

E. ICAO Standards

F. IATA Standards (ADRM 10th Edition)

G. Ontario Electrical Safety Code (OESC)

H. Electrical Safety Authority (ESA)

I. Electrical and Electronic Manufacturers Association of Canada (EEMAC)

J. Ontario Building Code (OBC)

K.

Underwriters’ Laboratories of Canada (ULC)

L. National Building Code of Canada (NBC)

1.3 Submittals

– For Review/Approval

A. The following information shall be submitted to the Engineer.

1. Breaker layout drawing with dimensions indicated and nameplate designation.

2. Component list.

3. Conduit entry/exit locations.

4. Assembly ratings including: a) Short circuit rating. b) Voltage. c) Continuous current.

5. Cable terminal sizes.

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B. Where applicable the following additional information shall be submitted to the Engineer.

1. Busway connection.

2. Key interlock scheme drawing and sequence of operations.

C. Submit ten (10) copies of the above information.

1.4 Submittals

– For Information

A. When requested by the Engineer the following product information shall be submitted:

1. Descriptive bulletins.

2. Product sheets.

1.5 Submittals

– For Closeout

A. The following information shall be submitted for record purposes prior to final payment:

1. Final as-built drawings and information for items listed in section 1.4.

2. Installation information.

B. Submit ten (10) copies of the above information.

1.6 Qualifications

A. The manufacturer of the panelboard shall be the manufacturer of the major components within the assembly, including circuit breakers and fusible switches.

B. The manufacturer of this equipment shall have produced similar electrical equipment for a minimum period of five (5) years. When requested by the Engineer, an acceptable list of installations with similar equipment shall be provided demonstrating compliance with this requirement.

1.7 Delivery, Storage and Handling

A.

Equipment shall be handled and stored in accordance with manufacturer’s instructions. One (1) copy of these instructions shall be included with the equipment at time of shipment.

1.8 Operation and Maintenance Manuals

A. Ten (10) copies of the equipment operation and maintenance manuals shall be provided prior to final payment.

B. Operation and maintenance manuals shall include the following information;

1. Instruction books and /or leaflets.

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2. Recommended renewal parts list.

3. Drawings and information required by section 1.6.

2 Products

2.1 Manufacturers

A. Eaton

B. Schneider Electric

C. Toshont Power Products

2.2 Ratings

A. Panelboards rated 240 Vac or less shall have short circuit ratings as shown on the drawings or as herein scheduled, but not less than 10,000 amperes RMS symmetrical.

B. Panelboards rated 600 Vac shall have short circuit ratings as shown on the drawings or as herein scheduled, but not less than 10,000 amperes RMS symmetrical.

C. Panelboards shall be labeled with a CSA short circuit rating. When series ratings are applied with integral or remote upstream devices, a label shall be provided. Series ratings shall cover all trip ratings of installed frames.

It shall state the conditions of the CSA series ratings including;

1. Size and type of upstream device.

2. Branch devices that can be used.

3. CSA series short circuit rating.

2.3 Construction

A. Interiors shall be completely factory assembled devices. They shall be designed such that switching and protective devices can be replaced without disturbing adjacent units and without removing the main bus connectors.

B. Trims for branch circuit panelboards shall be supplied with a hinged door over all circuit breaker handles. Doors in panelboard trims shall not uncover any live parts. Furnish semi flush cylinder lock and catch assembly to secure hinged door over circuit breaker handles. Provide door-in-door type construction so that the trim may be opened to access wireways without removing the trim from the panel. All trims shall have concealed mounting hardware when the door is closed.

C. Distribution panelboard trims shall cover all live parts. Switching device handles shall be accessible.

D. Surface trims shall be same height and width as box. Flush trims shall overlap the box by 3/4 of an inch on all sides and shall be constructed to allow trim contact on all sides with box when mounted in flush wall.

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E. A directory card with a clear plastic cover shall be supplied and mounted on the inside of each door.

F. All locks shall be keyed alike.

2.4 Bus

A. Main bus bars shall be plated aluminum sized in accordance with CSA standards to limit temperature rise on any current carrying part to a maximum of 65 degrees C above an ambient of 40 degrees C maximum.

B. A bolted ground bus shall be included in all panels.

C. Full-size insulated neutral bars shall be included for panelboards shown with neutral. Bus bar taps for panels with single-pole branches shall be arranged for sequence phasing of the branch circuit devices. Neutral busing shall have a suitable lug for each outgoing feeder requiring a neutral connection.

2.5 Power Distribution Panelboards

– Circuit Breaker Type

A. Power distribution panelboards and the devices contained therein shall have fully ratedinterrupting ratings as indicated on the drawings. Panelboards shall be Eaton type POW-R LINE C, PRL-3A or PRL-4B, or approved equivalent. Panelboards shall have molded case circuit breakers as indicated below.

B. Molded case circuit breakers shall provide circuit overcurrent protection with inverse time and instantaneous tripping characteristics and shall be Eaton type Series C or approved equivalent. Ground fault protection shall be provided where indicated.

C. Circuit breakers shall be operated by a toggle-type handle and shall have a quick-make, quick-break over-center switching mechanism that is mechanically trip-free. Automatic tripping of the breaker shall be clearly indicated by the handle position. Contacts shall be non-welding silver alloy, and arc extinction shall be accomplished by means of DE-ION arc chutes. A push-to-trip button on the front of the circuit breaker shall provide a local manual means to exercise the trip mechanism.

D. Circuit breakers shall have a minimum symmetrical interrupting capacity as indicated on the drawings.

E. Where indicated, circuit breakers shall be CSA listed for series application.

F. Where indicated, circuit breakers shall be current limiting.

G. Circuit breakers 400 ampere frame and below shall be Eaton type Series C, or approved equivalent, with thermal-magnetic trip units and inverse time-current characteristics.

H. Circuit breakers 600 ampere through 1200 ampere frame shall be Eaton type Series C, or approved equivalent, with microprocessor-based RMS sensing trip units.

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1. Each molded case circuit breaker microprocessor-based tripping system shall consist of three current sensors, a trip unit, and a flux-transfer shunt trip. The trip unit shall use microprocessor-based technology to provide the adjustable time-current protection functions. True RMS sensing circuit protection shall be achieved by analyzing the secondary current signals received from the circuit breaker current sensors and initiating trip signals to the circuit breaker trip actuators when predetermined trip levels and time delay settings are reached.

2. Interchangeable rating plugs shall establish the continuous trip ratings of each circuit breaker. Rating plugs shall be fixed or adjustable as indicated. Rating plugs shall be interlocked so they are not interchangeable between frames, and interlocked such that a breaker cannot be closed and latched with the rating plug removed.

3. The microprocessor-based trip unit shall have thermal memory capabilities to prevent the breaker from being reset following an overload condition until after a preset time delay.

4. When the adjustable instantaneous setting is omitted, the trip unit shall be provided with an instantaneous override. Internal ground fault protection adjustable pick-up ratings shall not exceed 1200 amperes. Provide neutral ground fault current sensor for four wire loads.

5. Breakers shall have built-in test points for testing the long time delay, instantaneous, and ground fault functions of the breaker by means of a 120-volt operated test set. Provide one test set capable of testing all breakers 400 ampere frame and above.

6. System coordination shall be provided by the following microprocessor-based time-current curve shaping adjustments:

 Adjustable long time pick-up and delay

 Adjustable short time pick-up and delay, with selective curve shaping

 Adjustable instantaneous pick-up

 Adjustable ground fault pick-up and delay, with selective curve shaping

7. Circuit Breakers shall be Eaton type Series C circuit breakers, microprocessor-based RMS sensing trip units type Digitrip RMS 310, or approved equivalents. Where communications capabilities are indicated on the drawing, provide Digitrip RMS 450 trip units or approved equivalent.

I. Where indicated, provide circuit breakers CSA listed for application at 100% of their continuous ampere rating in their intended enclosure.

J. Provide shunt trips, bell alarms, and auxiliary switches as shown on the contract drawings.

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2.6 Power Distribution Panelboards

– Fusible Switch Type

A. Power distribution panelboards shall have fusible switches as specified below and include fuses with ratings indicated on the drawings. Panelboards shall be Eaton type Pow-R Line C, PRL-4F, or approved equivalent.

B. Fusible switch units shall be quick-make, quick-break design. Units 30 through 600A shall be rated not less than

200 kAIC with rejection-type clips for Class R or J type fuses, where applicable. Units 800A and 1200A shall be rated for 200 kAIC with Class L fuse provisions. Fuses for these switches shall be supplied and field installed by the electrical contractor.

2.7 Branch Circuit Panelboards

A. The Minimum Integrated Short Circuit Rating for branch circuit panelboards shall be indicated on the drawings.

Panelboards shall be Eaton type Pow-R-Line C, PRL-1 or PRL-2, or approved equivalent. Panelboards shall have circuit breakers as indicated below.

B. Bolt-in type, heavy-duty, quick-make, quick-break, single- and multi-pole circuit breakers of the types specified herein, shall be provided for each circuit with toggle handles that indicate when unit has tripped.

C. Circuit breakers shall be thermal magnetic type with common type handle for all multiple pole circuit breakers.

Circuit breakers shall be minimum 100 ampere frame and through 100 ampere trip sizes shall take up the same pole spacing. Circuit breakers shall be CSA listed as type SWD for lighting circuits.

1. Circuit breaker handle locks shall be provided for all circuits that supply exit signs, emergency lights, energy management and control systems (EMCS) panels and fire alarm panels.

D. Circuit breakers shall have a minimum interrupting rating of 10,000 amperes symmetrical at 240 volts and

10,000 amperes symmetrical at 600 volts.

2.8 Enclosure

A. Enclosures shall be at least 20 inches wide made from galvanized steel. Provide minimum gutter space in accordance with the Canadian Electric Code. Where feeder cables supplying the mains of a panel are carried through its box to supply other electrical equipment, the box shall be sized to include the additional required wiring space. At least four interior mounting studs with adjustable nuts shall be provided.

B. Enclosures shall be provided with one (1) blank end and one end with knockouts.

2.9 Nameplates

A. Provide an engraved nameplate for each panel section.

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North Bay Jack Garland Airport Corporation

Technical Specifications for Panelboards

Date: May 26, 2016

2.10 Finish

A. Surfaces of the trim assembly shall be properly cleaned, primed, and a finish coat of gray ANSI 61 paint applied.

3 Execution

3.1 Factory Testing

A. The following standard factory tests shall be performed on the equipment provided under this section. All tests shall be in accordance with the latest version of EEMAC and CSA standards.

3.2 Installation

A. The Contractors shall install all equipment per the manufacturer's recommendations and the contract drawings.

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Appendix N

Datasheets and Technical Specifications for Standby

Generators

North Bay Jack Garland Airport Corporation

C4

C5

C6

C7

Item Rev

SECTION A - IDENTIFICATION

A1

A2

A3

A4

A5

Equipment Type

Application

Title

Equipment Manufacturer

Quantity

Model

A6 Part Number

SECTION B - REFERENCE DOCUMENTS

B1

B2

B3

Arrangement/Detail Drawing

Wiring Diagrams

Fuel tank drawing

SECTION C - ELECTRICAL SYSTEM DATA

C1

C2

Rated Voltage

Phases

C3 Frequency

System Grounding

Design Criteria

Standby Rating @ 0.8 p.f.

Starting capability @ 30% V dip

SECTION D - DUTY/OPERATING CONDITIONS

Ambient Temperature (min,max)

D1

D2

D3

D4

D5

Location

Humidity

Area Classification

Altitude

E21

E22

E23

E24

E25

E26

E27

E28

E29

E12

E13

E14

E15

E16

E17

E18

E19

E35

E36

E37

E38

E39

E30

E31

E32

E33

E34

SECTION E - MECHANICAL

ENCLOSURE

E5

E6

E7

E8

E1

E2

E3

E4

Construction

Sound Level

Materials

Skid-base

Dual-wall sub base fuel tank

Capacity of fuel tank

Fire protection/Supression system

Space Heater

ENGINE

E9

E10

E11

Engine Type

Inlet Air Method

Number of cylinders

Fuel System

Emissions Compliant

Fuel Consumption

Rated RPM

Overspeed Capability

Governer type

Cooling system type

Block heater

Starting system

Battery charging altenator

Batteries

Battery rack and cables

Battery Heater

Battery charger

Control voltage

Industrial exhaust silencer

Exhaust stack configuration

Oil heater

ALTERNATOR

Type

Excitation

Stator pitch

Rotor

Insulation Class

Standard temperature rise

Voltage Regulator type

Voltage regulation: No-load to Full-load

Frequency regulation

Harmonic distortion

Confirm

Provide

Provide

Confirm

Confirm

Confirm

Provide

Confirm

Provide

Provide

Provide

Confirm

Confirm

Provide

Provide

Provide

Provide

Provide

Confirm

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Provide

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Confirm

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Confirm

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Provide

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Provide

Provide

Provide

Provide

Confirm

Provide

Provide

Provide

Confirm

Confirm

Confirm

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Provide

Confirm

Provide

NTB-00005171-A0

EQUIPMENT DATA SHEET

PERMANENT STANDBY DIESEL

GENERATOR - ADMINISTRATION

BUILDING 'ADM-GEN'

Notes UOM

SITE: NBJGAC

Project Design Data

Confirm

Info

Provide

Confirm

Provide

Provide text text text text text text

Diesel Genrator

Standby Generator

One (1)

V

Φ

Hz text text kW skVA

Provide with quotation

Provide with quotation

Provide with quotation

600

3

60 neutral distributed for single phase load, solid ground on utility side

Ie. NFPA 110, ISO 8528-5

400

880

NORTH BAY

JACK GARLAND AIRPORT

CORPORATION

Suplier Data Operation Data

Confirm

Confirm

Confirm

Info

Info

°C text

%rH text text

*-40 min., 38.3 recorded max., 40 absolute max

Indoor

10% - 100%

Non-hazardous location

1215 ft. above sea level text text text text text

V,W

V text text text

V,W text

V text text text

RPM

% text text

V,W

˚C text text

%

% text text text text text text

Dba text text y/n text text text/V,W

Open Set

88 dBA yes

ULC S601, TSSA, CSA B139

48 hours at full load

Yes, provide V,W

4-stroke water-cooled diesel

Hydraulic electronic unit injection, #2 diesel

EPA Tier IV

100%, 75%, 50%, & 25%

1800

125

Yes, provide V,W

Battery, 24VDC

Yes

Type, configuration, CCA

Yes

Provide V,W

Yes

24VDC

Yes

Vertical

Yes, provide V,W

Permanent magnet

Class H

150

3Φ sensing

±0.25%

Less than ± 0.5%

Less than 5%

E40

E41

E42

E43

Sustained short-circuit current rating

Anti-condensation heater

Main line circuit breaker

Cable termination configuration

F17

F18

F19

F20

F21

F22

F23

F24

F25

F26

F8

F9

F10

F11

F12

F13

F14

F15

F16

F3

F4

F5

F6

F7

SECTION F - INSTRUMENTATION/CONTROL

F1

F2

Run/Auto/Stop Control

E-stop

Remote start

Crank limiter

Lube Oil Pressure

Engine RPM

Fuel Pressure

Coolant temperature

Coolant level

All phase AC voltage

All phase currents

Frequency

Power output (kW)

Reactive Power

Power Factor

Battery voltage

F27

Not in auto

Oil Pressure

High oil temperature

Low coolant level

High coolant temperature

Overspeed

Fail to crank

Over and under voltage

Low battery voltage

Over and under frequency

Remote annunciation of all engine alarms/indicators and electrical parameters

F28 Remote annunciation communication protocol

SECTION G - WEIGHTS AND LOADS

G1

G2

G3

Weight

Outline Drawings

Ship with all required fluids

Provide

Confirm

Confirm

Provide

Confirm

Confirm

Confirm

Confirm

Confirm

Confirm

Confirm

Confirm

Confirm

Confirm

Confirm

Confirm

Confirm

Confirm

Confirm

Confirm

Confirm

Confirm

Confirm

Confirm

Confirm

Confirm

Confirm

Confirm

Confirm

Confirm

Confirm

Provide

Provide

Provide

Provide text

V,W text text kg text text

300% rated current for not less than

10s

Yes, provide V,W

Yes, provide rating

2 cables per phase, 4/C #500 MCM yes yes

Yes yes yes yes yes yes yes yes yes yes yes yes yes yes yes yes yes yes yes yes yes yes yes

RS-485, Modbus RTU, etc. Vendor to list options

To be provided by vendor

Provide with quotation

SECTION H - TESTING AND ACCEPTANCE

H1 CSA certified

H2

H3

Tested in accordance with applicable standards

CSA-282 compliant

2

3

NOTES

1

Confirm

Confirm

Provide

Yes

To be determined

Confirm' means 'Vendor to confirm equipment design meets datasheet and specification requirements'

Info' means 'Purchaser to provide information to vendor'

Provide' means 'Vendor to provide information based on design'

Revision

B

A

Issue Status

For Tender

Client Review

Prepared By/Date

Emily Fratin / 2016-07-26

Emily Fratin / 2016-05-25

Checked By/Date

Aziz Sene / 2016-07-26

Aziz Sene / 2016-05-25

Approved By/Date

Aziz Sene / 2016-07-26

Aziz Sene / 2016-05-25

North Bay Jack Garland Airport Corporation

C4

C5

C6

C7

Item Rev

SECTION A - IDENTIFICATION

A1

A2

A3

A4

A5

Equipment Type

Application

Title

Equipment Manufacturer

Quantity

Model

A6 Part Number

SECTION B - REFERENCE DOCUMENTS

B1

B2

B3

Arrangement/Detail Drawing

Wiring Diagrams

Fuel tank drawing

SECTION C - ELECTRICAL SYSTEM DATA

C1

C2

Rated Voltage

Phases

C3 Frequency

System Grounding

Design Criteria

Standby Rating @ 0.8 p.f.

Starting capability @ 30% V dip

SECTION D - DUTY/OPERATING CONDITIONS

Ambient Temperature (min,max)

D1

D2

D3

D4

D5

Location

Humidity

Area Classification

Altitude

E21

E22

E23

E24

E25

E26

E27

E28

E29

E12

E13

E14

E15

E16

E17

E18

E19

E35

E36

E37

E38

E39

E30

E31

E32

E33

E34

SECTION E - MECHANICAL

ENCLOSURE

E5

E6

E7

E8

E1

E2

E3

E4

Construction

Sound Level

Materials

Skid-base

Dual-wall sub base fuel tank

Capacity of fuel tank

Fire protection/Supression system

Space Heater

ENGINE

E9

E10

E11

Engine Type

Inlet Air Method

Number of cylinders

Fuel System

Emissions Compliant

Fuel Consumption

Rated RPM

Overspeed Capability

Governer type

Cooling system type

Block heater

Starting system

Battery charging altenator

Batteries

Battery rack and cables

Battery Heater

Battery charger

Control voltage

Industrial exhaust silencer

Exhaust stack configuration

Oil heater

ALTERNATOR

Type

Excitation

Stator pitch

Rotor

Insulation Class

Standard temperature rise

Voltage Regulator type

Voltage regulation: No-load to Full-load

Frequency regulation

Harmonic distortion

Confirm

Provide

Provide

Confirm

Confirm

Confirm

Provide

Confirm

Provide

Provide

Provide

Confirm

Confirm

Provide

Provide

Provide

Provide

Provide

Confirm

Confirm

Confirm

Provide

Confirm

Confirm

Confirm

Confirm

Confirm

Confirm

Confirm

Provide

Confirm

Provide

Provide

Confirm

Provide

Provide

Provide

Provide

Confirm

Provide

Provide

Provide

Confirm

Confirm

Confirm

Confirm

Provide

Confirm

Provide

NTB-00005171-A0

EQUIPMENT DATA SHEET

PERMANENT STANDBY DIESEL

GENERATOR - AIRFIELD ELECTRICAL

CENTER 'AEC-GEN1'

Notes UOM

SITE: NBJGAC

Project Design Data

Confirm

Info

Provide

Confirm

Provide

Provide text text text text text text

Diesel Genrator

Standby Generator

One (1)

V

Φ

Hz text text kW skVA

Provide with quotation

Provide with quotation

Provide with quotation

600

3

60 resistance grounded on gen side, solid ground on utility side

Ie. NFPA 110, ISO 8528-5

300

682

Confirm

Confirm

Confirm

Info

Info

°C text

%rH text text

*-40 min., 38.3 recorded max., 40 absolute max

Indoor

10% - 100%

Non-hazardous location

1215 ft. above sea level

NORTH BAY

JACK GARLAND AIRPORT

CORPORATION

Suplier Data Operation Data

text text text text text

V,W

V text text text

V,W text

V text text text

RPM

% text text

V,W

˚C text text

%

% text text text text text text

Dba text text y/n text text text/V,W

Open Set

88 dBA yes

ULC S601, TSSA, CSA B139

48 hours at full load

Yes, provide V,W

4-stroke water-cooled diesel

Hydraulic electronic unit injection, #2 diesel

EPA Tier IV

100%, 75%, 50%, & 25%

1800

125

Yes, provide V,W

Battery, 24VDC

Yes

Type, configuration, CCA

Yes

Provide V,W

Yes

24VDC

Yes

Vertical

Yes, provide V,W

Permanent magnet

Class H

150

3Φ sensing

±0.25%

Less than ± 0.5%

Less than 5%

E40

E41

E42

E43

Sustained short-circuit current rating

Anti-condensation heater

Main line circuit breaker

Cable termination configuration

F17

F18

F19

F20

F21

F22

F23

F24

F25

F26

F8

F9

F10

F11

F12

F13

F14

F15

F16

F3

F4

F5

F6

F7

SECTION F - INSTRUMENTATION/CONTROL

F1

F2

Run/Auto/Stop Control

E-stop

Remote start

Crank limiter

Lube Oil Pressure

Engine RPM

Fuel Pressure

Coolant temperature

Coolant level

All phase AC voltage

All phase currents

Frequency

Power output (kW)

Reactive Power

Power Factor

Battery voltage

F27

Not in auto

Oil Pressure

High oil temperature

Low coolant level

High coolant temperature

Overspeed

Fail to crank

Over and under voltage

Low battery voltage

Over and under frequency

Remote annunciation of all engine alarms/indicators and electrical parameters

F28 Remote annunciation communication protocol

SECTION G - WEIGHTS AND LOADS

G1

G2

G3

Weight

Outline Drawings

Ship with all required fluids

Provide

Confirm

Confirm

Provide

Confirm

Confirm

Confirm

Confirm

Confirm

Confirm

Confirm

Confirm

Confirm

Confirm

Confirm

Confirm

Confirm

Confirm

Confirm

Confirm

Confirm

Confirm

Confirm

Confirm

Confirm

Confirm

Confirm

Confirm

Confirm

Confirm

Confirm

Provide

Provide

Provide

Provide text

V,W text text kg text text

300% rated current for not less than

10s

Yes, provide V,W

Yes, provide rating

2 cables per phase, 4/C #350 MCM yes yes

Yes yes yes yes yes yes yes yes yes yes yes yes yes yes yes yes yes yes yes yes yes yes yes

RS-485, Modbus RTU, etc. Vendor to list options

To be provided by vendor

Provide with quotation

SECTION H - TESTING AND ACCEPTANCE

H1 CSA certified

H2

H3

Tested in accordance with applicable standards

CSA-282 compliant

2

3

NOTES

1

Confirm

Confirm

Provide

Yes

To be determined

Confirm' means 'Vendor to confirm equipment design meets datasheet and specification requirements'

Info' means 'Purchaser to provide information to vendor'

Provide' means 'Vendor to provide information based on design'

Revision

B

A

Issue Status

For Tender

Client Review

Prepared By/Date

Emily Fratin / 2016-07-26

Emily Fratin / 2016-05-25

Checked By/Date

Aziz Sene / 2016-07-26

Aziz Sene / 2016-05-25

Approved By/Date

Aziz Sene / 2016-07-26

Aziz Sene / 2016-05-25

North Bay Jack Garland Airport Corporation

Rehabilitation of the Airport

Electrical Power Supply Systems for

Both Standard and Emergency Power

NTB-00005171-A0

Technical Specifications for

Standby Generators

May 03, 2016

Rev.

B

Status

For Tender

North Bay Jack Garland Airport Corporation

Rehabilitation of the Airport

Electrical Power Supply Systems for

Both Standard and Emergency Power

NTB-00005171-A0

Technical Specifications for

Standby Generators exp Services

885 Regent Street

Suite 3-6A

Sudbury, ON P3E 5M4

Canada

Prepared By/Date Checked By/Date Approved By/Date

E. Fratin / 2016-05-25 A. Sene / 2016-05-25 A. Sene / 2016-05-25 i

Section 26 33 00

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Technical Specifications for Standby Generators

Date: May 25, 2016

Table of Contents

Table of Contents .......................................................................................................................................................... i

1 General Provisions and Description of System ................................................................................................. 1

2 Submission with Bid ............................................................................................................................................. 2

3 Manufacturer and Packager Qualifications ........................................................................................................ 2

4 Code Requirements ............................................................................................................................................... 2

5 Shop Drawings and Product Data ....................................................................................................................... 3

6 Owners Manuals .................................................................................................................................................... 4

7 Products ................................................................................................................................................................. 4

7.1

Diesel Engine .................................................................................................................................................. 4

7.2

Alternator ......................................................................................................................................................... 4

7.3

Controls ........................................................................................................................................................... 4

7.4

Exhaust Systems ............................................................................................................................................ 4

7.5

Starting Systems ............................................................................................................................................. 4

8 Execution ............................................................................................................................................................... 8

9 Factory Testing ...................................................................................................................................................... 9

9.1

1MW and Below: ............................................................................................................................................. 9

10 Installation .............................................................................................................................................................. 9

11 Site Start-Up and Check-Out ................................................................................................................................ 9

12 Site Test ................................................................................................................................................................ 10

13 Service .................................................................................................................................................................. 10

14 Warranty ............................................................................................................................................................... 10

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Technical Specifications for Standby Generators

Date: May 25, 2016

1 General Provisions and Description of System

A. Supply and install an emergency electrical power supply for the Airfield Electrical Center at the North Bay

Jack Garland Airport Corporation, comprised of one diesel driven indoor electric generator set with all auxiliaries, including a 400 AF breaker to comprise an independent, fully automatic power plant for generation of 300 kW, 600/347 Volts, 3 phase, 4 wire electrical power.

B. Supply and install an emergency electrical power supply for the Administration Building at the North Bay

Jack Garland Airport Corporation, comprised of one diesel driven indoor electric generator set with all auxiliaries, including a 600 AF breaker to comprise an independent, fully automatic power plant for generation of 400 kW, 600/347 Volts, 3 phase, 4 wire electrical power.

C. Provide connections from the emergency electrical power system to equipment shown on the working drawings, utilizing an entirely independent wiring system.

D. The units shall provide standby power for essential electrical loads in the Administration Building and the

Airfield Electrical Center.

E. The units shall automatically start in the event of a power failure.

F.

Substitutions: The emergency power system has been designed to the specified manufacturer’s electrical and physical characteristics. The equipment sizing, spacing, amounts, electrical wiring, ventilation equipment, fuel and exhaust components have all been sized and designed around the manufacturer’s equipment. Should any substitutions be made, the contractor shall bear responsibility for the installation, coordination and operation of the system as well as any engineering and redesign costs which may result from such substitutions. Alternate equipment suppliers shall furnish equipment submittals 14 days prior to bid date for approval to bid. As part of the submittals, the substitute manufacturer shall supply as a minimum engine, alternator and control panel wiring diagrams, schematics, weights, dimensions and ventilation requirements.

G. All electronic and electrical equipment must be approved by NAV Canada to ensure there is no interference with navigational systems in the airport (TP 1247E).

H. The publications listed below form part of this specification. Each publication shall be the latest revision and addendum in effect on the date this Specification is issued for construction unless noted otherwise.

Except as modified by the requirements specified herein, or the details of the drawings, work included in this Specification shall conform to the applicable provisions of these publications.

I. The generators shall meet Tier 4 emission standards.

J. The generators shall be in compliance with the following standards: TP 312 5th Edition, CSA, ICAO, IATA

(ADRM 10 th

Edition), OESC, ESA, EEMAC, OBC, ULC, and NBC.

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Technical Specifications for Standby Generators

Date: May 25, 2016

2 Submission with Bid

A. Equipment supplier shall demonstrate the employment of engineers accredited by Professional Engineers of Ontario (PEO).

B. Equipment supplier shall demonstrate the employment of factory trained service technicians capable of service all of the supplied equipment, located within 2 hours of site, and available 24 hours per day, 7 days per week, 365 days per year.

C. Equipment supplier shall provide a document of compliance with spec.

D. Failure to provide all of the above information will result, at the discretion of the engineer, in the rejection of the RFP submission.

3 Manufacturer and Packager Qualifications

A. This system shall be supplied by Toromont Cat Power Systems Division (905-488-2500), or an approved equal who has been regularly engaged in the production of generator sets, automatic transfer switches, and associated controls for a minimum of twenty years, thereby identifying one source of supply and responsibility to be classified as a manufacturer, the builder of the generator set must manufacture, at minimum, engines or alternators.

B. The manufacturer shall have printed literature and brochures describing the standard series specified, not a one of a kind fabrication.

C. Manufacturer shall have 25 years of experience building this type of equipment. The Manufacturer shall be

ISO9001 certified. Engines, generators and controls shall be tested individually prior to assembly. Once assembled, the entire generator set package shall be tested by the manufacturer before shipping. (except for ship loose components)

D. The Supplier shall be ISO 9001 certified. Include with submittals copies of ISO 9001 certification.

4 Code Requirements

A. CSA Standard "Emergency Electrical Power Supply for Buildings" C282-15.

B. National Board of Fire Underwriters for the Installation and Use of Combustion Engines and Gas Turbines.

C. Ontario Electrical Safety Code, 25th. Edition.

D. The latest edition of the CSA Standard, "Ontario Installation Code for Oil-Burning Equipment" B139.

E. Where applicable, equipment is to bear CSA approval and ULC approval.

F. Equipment shall meet specifications of ISO 8528.

G. Contractor shall apply to Ministry of Environment (MOE) for approval of generator exhaust system and sound emissions to suit Code requirements.

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Technical Specifications for Standby Generators

Date: May 25, 2016

5 Shop Drawings and Product Data

A. Provide shop drawings of Engineering Submittal, stamped by PEO certified engineer, for approval, prior to production release. Drawings shall show all components, in addition to the engine and generator.

Submittals shall include compliance with these specifications.

B. Factory published specification sheet indicating standard and optional accessories, ratings, etc.

C. Manufacturer's catalog cut sheets of all auxiliary components such as isolators, battery charger, silencer, exhaust flex, main circuit breaker,etc.

D. Dimensional elevation and layout drawings of the generator set.

E. Weights of all equipment.

F. Interconnect wiring diagrams.

G. Engine mechanical data at varying loads up to full load, including heat rejection, exhaust gas flows, combustion air and ventilation air flows, noise data, fuel consumption, etc.

H. Generator electrical data including temperature and insulation data, cooling requirements, excitation ratings, voltage regulation, voltage regulator, efficiencies, waveform distortion and telephone influence factor.

I. Generator resistances, reactances and time constants.

J. Generator current decrement curve.

K. Generator motor starting capability.

L. Generator thermal damage curve.

M. Jacket water heater connection diagram.

N. Control panel schematics.

O. Oil sampling analysis laboratory location, and information.

P. Manufacturer's and dealer's written warranty.

Q. Emissions data (sound and environmental)

R. Breaker specifications, including trip unit curves.

6

Owner’s Manuals

A.

One (1) paper copy and one (1) digital copy owner’s manuals specific to the product supplied must accompany delivery of the equipment. General operating instructions, preventive maintenance, wiring diagrams, schematics and parts exploded views specific to this model must be included.

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Technical Specifications for Standby Generators

Date: May 25, 2016

7 Products

A. Diesel Engine

1. The prime mover shall be a liquid cooled, diesel fueled, internal combustion engine. It will have a minimum displacement of 8.8 liters for the 300kW unit and 12.5 liters for the 400kW unit. The engine will utilize in-cylinder combustion technology, as required, to meet the latest applicable EPA non-road mobile regulations and/or the EPA NSPS rule for stationary reciprocating compression ignition engines, as per ISO 8178.

2. The unit shall operate at 1800 RPM.

3. The engine is to be water cooled with a unit mounted radiator, fan (with guard), water pump, and closed coolant recovery system providing low coolant level alarm. The radiator shall be designed for operation in 40 degrees Celsius ambient temperature.

4. Contractor shall supply and install radiator duct flange and flex boot.

5. The intake air filter(s) with replaceable element must be mounted on the unit, with service indication.

6. Integral generator set fuel pump shall be capable of suction lift of a minimum of 9.8 FEET.

7. Full pressure lubrication shall be supplied by a positive displacement lube oil pump. The engine shall have a replaceable oil filter with internal bypass and replaceable element.

8. The engine shall have a unit mounted, thermostatically controlled water jacket heater to aid in quick starting. The wattage shall be as recommended by the manufacturer. The contractor shall provide proper branch circuit from normal utility power source.

9. Sensing elements to be located on the engine for:

 Low oil pressure alarm/shutdown

 High coolant temperature alarm/shutdown

 Low coolant level shutdown

 Over speed shutdown

 Over crank shutdown

 Emergency stop shutdown

 Low coolant temperature alarm

 Low battery voltage alarm

 High battery voltage alarm

 Control switch not in auto alarm

 Battery charger failure alarm

 Fuel alarms (programmable)

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Technical Specifications for Standby Generators

Date: May 25, 2016

10. Sensors are to be connected to the control panel using a wiring harness, each connector to be sealed to prevent corrosion and all wiring to be run in flexible conduit for protection from the environment and any moving objects.

11. The following equipment is to be provided by the engine-generator set manufacturer and shipped loose with the unit:

12. The manufacturer will supply an approved flexible fuel line to connect the engine to the external diesel fuel supply line.

13. Silencer

14. Silencer flex coupling

15. Battery charger

16. Vibration isolators

17. Engine speed shall be controlled by isochronous governor, regulated during steady state operation to

+/- 0.2 Hz.

18. Generator set shall be capable of accepting a block load of 100% of nameplate rating block load.

19. Generator set performance shall meet the requirements of CSA282-09 as applicable.

B. Alternator

1. The alternator for the Airfield Electrical Center generator shall be a 4 pole revolving field type, 6 lead, wired for 600 VAC 3 phase, 60 Hz, rated at 300 kW with a permanent magnet driven exciter.

Photosensitive components will not be permitted in the rotating exciter. The stator shall be gear drive connected to the engine to ensure permanent alignment. The generator shall meet temperature rise standards for Class "H" insulation, operate within Class "F" standards for extended life. All leads must be extended into an AC connection panel.

2. The alternator for the Administration Building generator shall be a 4 pole revolving field type, 6 lead, wired for 600 VAC 3 phase, 60 Hz, rated at 400 kW with a permanent magnet driven exciter.

Photosensitive components will not be permitted in the rotating exciter. The stator shall be gear drive connected to the engine to ensure permanent alignment. The generator shall meet temperature rise standards for Class "H" insulation, operate within Class "F" standards for extended life. All leads must be extended into an AC connection panel.

3. The alternator and regulator must sustain at least 300% short circuit current for 10 seconds during 3 phase fault.

4. The alternator shall be equipped with a generator mounted space heater, 120/240 VAC, and 1 phase.

5. A main line circuit breaker carrying the UL/CSA mark shall be factory installed. The breaker shall be rated as per the manufacturer's recommendations. The line side connections are to be made at the factory. The breaker must be equipped with position indicating contacts and wired for alarm as per

CSA C282, Table 1.

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6. Provide generator mounted breaker(s), molded case circuit breaker as shown on single-line diagram.

Breaker shall utilize a solid state trip unit. The breaker shall be UL/CSA Listed and connected to engine/generator safety shutdowns. Breaker shall be housed in an extension terminal box which is isolated from vibrations induced by the generator set.

C. Controls

1. The generator control system shall be a fully integrated microprocessor based control system for standby emergency engine generators and meet all requirements of CSA C282-15.

2. The generator control system shall be a fully integrated control system enabling remote diagnostics and building management integration of all generator functions. The generator controller shall provide integrated and digital control over all generator functions including: engine protection, alternator protection, speed governing, voltage regulation and critical generator operations. The generator controller must also provide seamless digital integration with the engine’s electronic management system. Generator controller shall utilize separate voltage regulators and speed governors to integrate with the engine management system.

3. Communications shall be supported with building automation via the Modbus protocol.

4. The control system shall provide an environmentally sealed design including encapsulated circuit boards and sealed automotive style plugs for all sensors and circuit board connections. The generator set control shall be tested and certified to the following environmental conditions:

 –40°C to +70C Operating Range

 95% humidity non-condensing, 30C to 60C

 IP22 protection

 5% salt spray, 48 hours, +38C, 36.8V system voltage

 Sinusoidal vibration 4.3G's RMS, 24-1000Hz

 Electromagnetic Capability (89/336/EEC, 91/368/EEC, 93/44/EEC, 93/68/EEC, BS EN 50081-2,

50082-2)

 Shock: withstand 15G

5. Diagnostic capabilities should include time-stamped event and alarm logs, ability to capture operational parameters during events, and simultaneous monitoring of all input or output parameters.

6. The Controller shall include the ability to accept six (6) programmable digital inputs, two (2) dedicated digital inputs, six (6) program form A dry contacts, two (2) programmable form C dry contacts, and two

(2) digital outputs. The signals may be programmed for either high or low activation using programmable Normally Open or Normally Closed contacts.

7. The control panel will display all user pertinent unit parameters including:

 Low oil pressure alarm/shutdown

 High coolant temperature alarm/shutdown

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 Loss of coolant shutdown

 Over speed shutdown

 Over crank shutdown

 High intake manifold temperature alarm/shutdown

 High exhaust manifold temperature alarm/shutdown

 High crankcase pressure alarm/shutdown

 Emergency stop depressed shutdown

 Low coolant temperature alarm

 Low battery voltage alarm

 High battery voltage alarm

 Control switch not in auto position alarm

 Battery charger failure alarm

 Generator Alarm/Shutdown

 Generator over voltage

 Generator under voltage

 Generator over frequency

 Generator under frequency

 Generator reverse power

 Generator over current

 Voltage Regulator Alarm/Shutdown

 Loss of excitation alarm/shutdown

 Instantaneous over excitation alarm/shutdown

 Time over excitation alarm/shutdown

 Rotating diode failure

 Loss of sensing

 Loss of PMG

8. For system reliability and security concerns, access to and manipulation of the internal operating parameters and alarm limits shall be conducted via password protected PC based software by trained personnel.

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9. Provide a CSA C282 compliant alarm annunciator panel for remote indication per local and national code requirements (shipped loose). The annunciator shall be controlled using RS485 communications from the generator controller. Annunciators requiring individual contacts and wires per indication point are not preferred. The panel shall have an ALARM switch that when moved to the OFF position silences the audible alarm. A TEST/RESET switch must be included to verify the lights are functional and reset any condition after if has cleared. The remote annunciator shall have provision for installing a switch with the capability of starting, and stopping the standby generator set from the annunciator panel.

D. Exhaust Systems

1. The exhaust silencer(s) and flexible, seamless, stainless steel exhaust connection to be shipped loose.

2. Silencer shall be provided of the size as recommended by the manufacturer and shall be of airport grade. All other hardware, including but not limited to brackets, hangers, insulation, and expansion joints, to be provided by contractor.

3. All components must be properly sized to ensure operation without excessive back pressure when installed.

E. Starting Systems

1. A 24VDC electric starting system with positive engagement shall be furnished.

2. A unit mounted thermal circulation type water heater shall be installed. The heater power rating shall be sized by the manufacturer to maintain jacket water temperature at 90 degrees F, and shall be a

(120/208/240). Shore power 208V, 100A, 3 phase, 4 wire is available for generator.

8 Execution

A. The following equipment is to be installed at the enginegenerator set manufacturer’s facility:

 A heavy duty, lead acid 24VDC battery shall be shipped loose by the generator set manufacturer.

 A current limiting battery charger shall be furnished to automatically recharge batteries. Charger shall float at 2.17 volts per cell and equalize at 2.33 volts per cell. It shall include overload protection, silicon diode full wave rectifiers, voltage surge suppressor, DC ammeter, DC voltmeter, and fused AC input. Ac input voltage shall be 120 volts, single phase. Charger shall have LED annunciation for low DC volts, rectifier failure, loss of AC power, high DC volts. Amperage output shall be no less than ten (10) amperes. Charger shall be wall-mounting type.

9 Factory Testing

A. Before shipment of the equipment, the enginegenerator set shall be tested at the manufacturer’s facility

(non-witnessed) at 0.8 power factor, under rated load, for performance and proper functioning of control and interfacing circuits. Certified tests results shall be provided.

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10 Installation

A. Contractor shall install the complete electrical generating system including all fuel connections in accordance with the manufacturer’s recommendations as reviewed by the Engineer.

B. Contractor shall supply and install anchors for the engine/generator base in the pad and connect to isolating devices on base.

C. Batteries shall be filled with electrolyte, charged and connected.

D. Contractor shall supply and install interconnecting wiring between engine/generator, transfer switch, remote annunciator, dampers and other equipment.

E. Contractor shall provide 120V, 1 Phase normal power connection to all accessories. Use a separate suitably sized branch circuit for each separate component. Label load centre accordingly.

11 Site Start-Up and Check-Out

A. The supplier of the electric generating plant and associated items covered herein shall provide factory trained technicians to verify the completed installation and to perform an initial startup inspection to include:

 Alternator insulation shall be tested (“megger”) in compliance with IEEE standard 43-2000

 Ensure the engine starts (both hot and cold) within 15 seconds

 Verify no load frequency and voltage to be as specified.

 Test the alarms and shutdowns of the engine-generator as defined in CSA282-09 Table 1.

 Perform a 1-hour load with ensuring full load frequency and voltage are within specification by using building load.

Provide all testing per CSA C282 latest edition (Clause 10

– all parts), including load bank testing, and provide copies of all reports to the consultant promptly.

12 Site Test

A. Factory test duration should be for four (4) hours at full-load and unity (1.0) power factor using a temporary resistive load bank.

B. The following data shall be observed and recorded every 15 minutes for the first hour, and every 30 minutes for every subsequent hour until the completion of the test, unless otherwise noted below:

 Cranking time until the engine starts and runs, recorded at start-up only

 Time required to come up to operating speed, recorded at start-up only

 Voltage, frequency, and amperes, recorded at start-up and at any observed change in load, and at maximum site design load;

 Engine oil pressure

 Water temperature

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C. Where a generator set is required for emergency power supply to essential electrical systems in conformance with OESC Standards, TP 312E, ESA Standards, and EEMAC Standards, the airport electrician or administrator or representative shall be present at all testing and commissioning of new and relocated auxiliary essential generator sets. Testing shall be performed at building load for 2 hours, followed by 6 hours at maximum site design load.

D. The data shall be recorded at first load acceptance and every 15 min thereafter until completion of the test period.

E. Cycle crank test shall be demonstrated by preventing the engine from running (any method recommended by the manufacturer may be used). The mode selector shall then be placed in the “Manual” position to cause the engine to crank.

F. Safety shutdown and alarms shall be tested as recommended by the manufacturer to ensure that all safety shutdowns and alarms respond as specified.

G.

Factory authorized manufacturer’s representative shall deliver operator training to ensure that appropriately qualified personnel are trained to operate the emergency power systems.

H. The test results shall be saved for comparison with future routine scheduled analyses.

13 Service

A. Supplier of the electric plant and associated items shall have permanent service facilities in this trade area.

These facilities shall comprise a permanent force of factory trained service personnel on 24 hour call, experienced in servicing this type of equipment, providing warranty and routine maintenance service to afford the owner maximum protection. Delegation of this service responsibility for any of the equipment listed herein will not be considered fulfillment of these specifications. Service contracts shall also be available.

14 Warranty

A. The standby electric generating system components, complete engine-generator and instrumentation panel shall be warranted by the manufacturer against defects in material and factory workmanship for a period of 5 years. Such defective parts shall be repaired or replaced at the manufacturer’s option, free of charge.

B. In case of a warrantable failure for which parts or equipment cannot be replaced in 48 hours or less, a rental unit will be provided for the duration of the repair time, at no additional cost to the end-user.

C. The warranty period shall commence when the generator set is first placed into service. Multiple warranties for individual components (engine, alternator, controls, etc.) will not be acceptable. Satisfactory warranty documents must be provided. Also, in the judgment of the specifying authority, the manufacturer supplying the warranty for the complete system must have the necessary financial strength and technical expertise with all components supplied to provide adequate warranty support.

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Appendix O

Technical Specifications for Surge Protective Devices

North Bay Jack Garland Airport Corporation

Rehabilitation of the Airport

Electrical Power Supply Systems for

Both Standard and Emergency Power

NTB-00005171-A0

Technical Specifications for Surge

Protective Devices (SPDs)

May 06, 2016

Rev.

B

Status

For Tender

North Bay Jack Garland Airport Corporation

Rehabilitation of the Airport

Electrical Power Supply Systems for

Both Standard and Emergency Power

NTB-00005171-A0

Technical Specifications for Surge

Protective Devices exp Services

885 Regent Street

Suite 3-6A

Sudbury, ON P3E 5M4

Canada

Prepared By/Date Checked By/Date Approved By/Date

E. Fratin / 2016-05-17 A. Sene / 2016-05-17 A. Sene / 2016-05-17 i

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Table of Contents

Table of Contents .......................................................................................................................................................... i

1 General ................................................................................................................................................................... 1

1.1

Scope ................................................................................................................................................................ 1

1.2

References ........................................................................................................................................................ 1

1.3

Submittals

– For Review/Approval .................................................................................................................... 1

1.4

Submittals

– For Construction........................................................................................................................... 2

1.5

Qualifications..................................................................................................................................................... 2

1.6

Delivery, Storage and Handling ........................................................................................................................ 2

1.7

Operation and Maintenance Manuals ............................................................................................................... 2

2 Products ................................................................................................................................................................. 2

2.1

Manufacturers ................................................................................................................................................... 2

2.2

Voltage Surge Suppression

– General ............................................................................................................. 3

2.3

System Application ........................................................................................................................................... 6

2.4

Lighting and Distribution Panelboard Requirements ........................................................................................ 6

2.5

Enclosures ........................................................................................................................................................ 7

3 Execution ............................................................................................................................................................... 7

3.1

Factory Testing ................................................................................................................................................. 7

3.2

Installation ......................................................................................................................................................... 8

3.3

Warranty ............................................................................................................................................................ 8

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1 General

1.1 Scope

A. The Contractor shall furnish and install the Surge Protective Device (SPD) equipment having the electrical characteristics, ratings, and modifications as specified herein and as shown on the contract drawings. To maximize performance and reliability and to obtain the lowest possible let-through voltages, the ac surge protection shall be integrated into electrical distribution equipment such as switchgear, switchboards, panelboards, busway (integrated within bus plug).

1.2 References

A. All electronic and electrical equipment must be approved by NAV Canada to ensure there is no interference with navigational systems in the airport (TP 1247E).

B. The publications listed below form part of this specification. Each publication shall be the latest revision and addendum in effect on the date this Specification is issued for construction unless noted otherwise. Except as modified by the requirements specified herein, or the details of the drawings, work included in this

Specification shall conform to the applicable provisions of these publications.

C. SPD units and all components shall be designed, manufactured, and tested in accordance with the latest applicable UL standard (ANSI/UL 1449 3rd Edition).

D. TP 312, 5th Edition

E. CSA Standards

F. ICAO Standards

G. IATA Standards (ADRM 10th Edition)

H. Ontario Electrical Safety Code (OESC)

I. Electrical Safety Authority (ESA)

J. Electrical and Electronic Manufacturers Association of Canada (EEMAC)

K. Ontario Building Code (OBC)

L.

Underwriters’ Laboratories of Canada (ULC)

M. National Building Code of Canada (NBC)

1.3 Submittals

– For Review/Approval

A. The following information shall be submitted to the Engineer:

1. Provide verification that the SPD complies with the required ANSI/UL 1449 3rd Edition listing by

Underwriters Laboratories (UL) or other Nationally Recognized Testing Laboratory (NRTL). Compliance may be in the form of a file number that can be verified on UL’s website or on any other NRTL’s website,

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as long as the website contains the following information at a minimum: model number, SPD Type, system voltage, phases, modes of protection, Voltage Protection Rating (VPR), and Nominal Discharge

Current (In).

2. For sidemount mounting applications (SPD mounted external to electrical assembly), electrical/mechanical drawings showing unit dimensions, weights, installation instruction details, and wiring configuration.

B. Where applicable the following additional information shall be submitted to the engineer:

1. Descriptive bulletins

2. Product sheets

1.4 Submittals

– For Construction

A. The following information shall be submitted for record purposes:

1. Final as-built drawings and information for items shall incorporate all changes made during the manufacturing process.

1.5 Qualifications

A. The manufacturer of the assembly shall be the manufacturer of the major components within the assembly.

B. For the equipment specified herein, the manufacturer shall be ISO 9001 or 9002 certified.

C. The manufacturer of this equipment shall have produced similar electrical equipment for a minimum period of five (5) years. When requested by the Engineer, an acceptable list of installations with similar equipment shall be provided demonstrating compliance with this requirement.

D. The SPD shall be compliant with the Restriction of Hazardous Substances (RoHS) Directive 2002/95/EC.

1.6 Delivery, Storage and Handling

A. Equipm ent shall be handled and stored in accordance with manufacturer’s instructions. One (1) copy of manufacturer’s instructions shall be included with the equipment at time of shipment.

1.7 Operation and Maintenance Manuals

A. Operation and maintenance manuals shall be provided with each SPD shipped.

2 Products

2.1 Manufacturers

A. Eaton

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B. Schneider Electric

C. Toshont Power Products

The listing of specific manufacturers above does not imply acceptance of their products that do not meet the specified ratings, features, and functions. Manufacturers listed above are not relieved from meeting these specifications in their entirety. Products in compliance with the specification and manufactured by others not named will be considered only if pre-approved by the Engineer ten (10) days prior to bid date.

2.2 Voltage Surge Suppression

– General

A. Electrical Requirements

1. Unit Operating Voltage

– Refer to Single Line Diagrams E-200, E-201, E-202, E-203, E-204, and E-205 for operating voltage and unit configuration.

2. Maximum Continuous Operating Voltage (MCOV)

– The MCOV shall not be less than 125% of the nominal system operating voltage.

3. The suppression system shall incorporate thermally protected metal-oxide varistors (MOVs) as the core surge suppression component for the service entrance and all other distribution levels. The system shall not utilize silicon avalanche diodes, selenium cells, air gaps, or other components that may crowbar the system voltage leading to system upset or create any environmental hazards.

4. Protection Modes

– The SPD must protect all modes of the electrical system being utilized. The required protection modes are indicated by bullets in the following table:

Configuration

Wye

Delta

Single Split Phase

High Leg Delta

Protection Modes

L-N L-G L-L N-G

● ● ● ●

N/A

● ●

N/A

5. Nominal Discharge Current (In)

– All SPDs applied to the distribution system shall have a 20kA Inrating regardless of their SPD Type (includes Types 1 and 2) or operating voltage. SPDs having an In less than

20kA shall be rejected.

6. ANSI/UL 1449 3rd Edition Voltage Protection Rating (VPR)

– The maximum ANSI/UL 1449 3rd Edition

VPR for the device shall not exceed the following:

3

MODES

L-N; L-G; N-G

L-L

208Y/120

700

1200

480Y/277

1200

2000

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600Y/347

1500

3000

B. SPD Design

1. Maintenance Free Design

– The SPD shall be maintenance free and shall not require any user intervention throughout its life. SPDs containing items such as replaceable modules, replaceable fuses, or replaceable batteries shall not be accepted. SPDs requiring any maintenance of any sort such as periodic tightening of connections shall not be accepted. SPDs requiring user intervention to test the unit via a diagnostic test kit or similar device shall not be accepted.

2. Balanced Suppression Platform

– The surge current shall be equally distributed to all MOV components to ensure equal stressing and maximum performance. The surge suppression platform must provide equal impedance paths to each matched MOV. Designs incorporating replaceable SPD modules shall not be accepted.

3. Electrical Noise Filter

– Each unit shall include a high-performance EMI/RFI noise rejection filter. Noise attenuation for electric line noise shall be up to 50 dB from 10 kHz to 100 MHz using the MIL-STD-220A insertion loss test method. Products unable able to meet this specification shall not be accepted.

4. Internal Connections

– No plug-in component modules or printed circuit boards shall be used as surge current conductors. All internal components shall be soldered, hardwired with connections utilizing low impedance conductors.

5. Monitoring Diagnostics

– Each SPD shall provide the following integral monitoring options: a) Protection Status Indicators - Each unit shall have a green / red solid-state indicator light that reports the status of the protection on each phase. i. For wye configured units, the indicator lights must report the status of all protection elements and circuitry in the L-N and L-G modes. Wye configured units shall also contain an additional green / red solid-state indicator light that reports the status of the protection elements and circuitry in the N-

G mode. SPDs that indicate only the status of the L-N and L-G modes shall not be accepted. ii. For delta configured units, the indicator lights must report the status of all protection elements and circuitry in the L-G and L-L modes. iii. The absence of a green light and the presence of a red light shall indicate that damage has occurred on the respective phase or mode. All protection status indicators must indicate the actual status of the protection on each phase or mode. If power is removed from any one phase, the indicator lights must continue to indicate the status of the protection on all other phases and protection modes. Diagnostics packages that simply indicate whether power is present on a particular phase shall not be accepted.

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b) Remote Status Monitor

– The SPD must include Form C dry contacts (one NO and one NC) for remote annunciation of its status. Both the NO and NC contacts shall change state under any fault condition. c) Audible Alarm and Silence Button

– The SPD shall contain an audible alarm that will be activated under any fault condition. There shall also be an audible alarm silence button used to silence the audible alarm after it has been activated. d) Surge Counter

– The SPD shall be equipped with an LCD display that indicates to the user how many surges have occurred at the location. The surge counter shall trigger each time a surge event with a peak current magnitude of a minimum of 50 ± 20A occurs.A reset pushbutton shall also be standard, allowing the surge counter to be zeroed. The reset button shall contain a mechanism to prevent accidental resetting of the counter via a single, short-duration button press. In order to prevent accidental resetting, the surge counter reset button shall be depressed for a minimum of 2 seconds in order to clear the surge count total. iv. The ongoing surge count shall be stored in non-volatile memory. If power to the SPD is completely interrupted, the ongoing count indicated on the surge counter’s display prior to the interruption shall be stored in non-volatile memory and displayed after power is restored. The surge counter’s memory shall not require a backup battery in order to achieve this functionality.

6. Overcurrent Protection a) The unit shall contain thermally protected MOVs. These thermally protected MOVs shall have a thermal protection element packaged together with the MOV in order to achieve overcurrent protection of the MOV. The thermal protection element shall disconnect the MOV(s) from the system in a fail-safe manner should a condition occur that would cause them to enter a thermal runaway condition.

7. Fully Integrated Component Design

– All of the SPD’s components and diagnostics shall be contained within one discrete assembly. SPDs or individual SPD modules that must be ganged together in order to achieve higher surge current ratings or other functionality shall not be accepted.

8. Safety Requirements a) The SPD shall minimize potential arc flash hazards by containing no user serviceable / replaceable parts and shall be maintenance free. SPDs containing items such as replaceable modules, replaceable fuses, or replaceable batteries shall not be accepted. SPDs requiring any maintenance of any sort such as periodic tightening of connections shall not be accepted. SPDs requiring user intervention to test the unit via a diagnostic test kit or similar device shall not be accepted. b) SPDs designed to interface with the electrical assembly via conductors shall require no user contact with the inside of the unit. Such units shall have any required conductors be factory installed. c) Sidemount SPDs shall be factory sealed in order to prevent access to the inside of the unit.

Sidemount SPDs shall have factory installed phase, neutral, ground and remote status contact

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conductors factory installed and shall have a pigtail of conductors protruding outside of the enclosure for field installation.

2.3 System Application

A. The SPD applications covered under this section include distribution and branch panel locations, busway, switchgear, and switchboard assemblies. All SPDs shall be tested and demonstrate suitability for application within ANSI/IEEE C62.41 Category C, B, and A environments.

B. Surge Current Capacity

– The minimum surge current capacity the device is capable of withstanding shall be as shown in the following table:

Minimum surge current capacity based on ANSI / IEEE C62.41 location category

CATEGORY

Application Per Phase Per Mode

C

B

Service Entrance Locations

(Switchboards, Switchgear, Main

Entrance)

High Exposure Roof Top Locations

(Distribution Panelboards)

250 kA

160 kA

125 kA

80 kA

A

Branch Locations (Panelboards,

Busway)

120 kA 60 kA

C. SPD Type

– all SPDs installed on the line side of the service entrance disconnect shall be Type 1 SPDs. All

SPDs installed on the load side of the service entrance disconnect shall be Type 1 or Type 2 SPDs.

2.4 Lighting and Distribution Panelboard Requirements

A. The SPD application covered under this section includes lighting and distribution panelboards. The SPD units shall be tested and demonstrate suitability for application within ANSI/IEEE C62.41 Category B environments.

1. The SPD shall not limit the use of through-feed lugs, sub-feed lugs, and sub-feed breaker options.

2. SPDs shall be installed immediately following the load side of the main breaker. SPDs installed in main lug only panelboards shall be installed immediately following the incoming main lugs.

3. The panelboard shall be capable of re-energizing upon removal of the SPD.

4. The SPD shall be interfaced to the panelboard via a direct bus bar connection. Alternately, an SPD connected to a 30A circuit breaker for disconnecting purposes may be installed using short lengths of conductors as long as the conductors originate integrally to the SPD. The SPD shall be located directly adjacent to the 30A circuit breaker.

5. The SPD shall be included and mounted within the panelboard by the manufacturer of the panelboard.

6. The SPD shall be of the same manufacturer as the panelboard.

7. The complete panelboard including the SPD shall be UL67 listed.

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B. Sidemount Mounting Applications Installation (SPD mounted external to electrical assembly)

1. Lead length between the breaker and suppressor shall be kept as short as possible to ensure optimum performance. Any excess conductor length shall be trimmed in order to minimize let-through voltage. The installer shall comply with the manufacturer's recommended installation and wiring practices.

C. Switchgear, Switchboard and Busway Requirements

1. The SPD application covered under this section is for switchgear, switchboard and busway locations.

Service entrance located SPDs shall be tested and demonstrate suitability for application within

ANSI/IEEE C62.41 Category C environments.

2. The SPD shall be of the same manufacturer as the switchgear, switchboard and busway.

3. The SPD shall be factory installed inside the switchgear, switchboard and/or bus plug at the assembly point by the original equipment manufacturer.

4. Locate the SPD on the load side of the main disconnect device, as close as possible to the phase conductors and the ground/neutral bar.

5. The SPD shall be connected through a disconnect (30A circuit breaker). The disconnect shall be located in immediate proximity to the SPD. Connection shall be made via bus, conductors, or other connections originating in the SPD and shall be kept as short as possible.

6. The SPD shall be integral to switchgear, switchboard and/or bus plug as a factory standardized design.

7. All monitoring and diagnostic features shall be visible from the front of the equipment.

2.5 Enclosures

A. All enclosed equipment shall have NEMA 1 general purpose enclosures, unless otherwise noted. Provide enclosures suitable for locations as indicated on the drawings and as described below:

1. NEMA 1

– Constructed of a polymer (units integrated within electrical assemblies) or steel (sidemount units only), intended for indoor use to provide a degree of protection to personal access to hazardous parts and provide a degree of protection against the ingress of solid foreign objects (falling dirt).

3 Execution

3.1 Factory Testing

A. Standard factory tests shall be performed on the equipment under this section. All tests shall be in accordance with the latest version of NEMA and UL standards.

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3.2 Installation

A. The Contractor shall install all equipment per the manufacturer's recommendations and the contract drawings.

3.3 Warranty

A. The manufacturer shall provide a full ten (10) year warranty from the date of shipment against any SPD part failure when installed in compliance with manufacturer's written instructions and any applicable national or local code.

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Appendix P

Datasheets for Transformers

North Bay Jack Garland Airport Corporation

Item Rev

SECTION A - IDENTIFICATION

A1

A2

A3

A4

A5

A6

Equipment Type

Application

Equipment Manufacturer

Quantity

Model

Part Number

Title

B3

B4

B5

B6

B7

SECTION B - REFERENCE DOCUMENTS

B1

B2

Arrangement/Detail Drawing

Wiring Diagrams

Technical Literature

Operation and Service Manuals

Recommended Spare Parts

Applicable Safety Information

Materials Listing

C7

C8

C9

C10

C11

C4

C5

C6

SECTION C - CODES AND STANDARDS

C1 Canadian Standard Association (CSA)

C2

C3

Underwriters Laboratories Canada (ULC)

ISO 9001

Transport Canada TP 312

Ontario Fire Code (OFC)

Canadian Environmental Protection Act (CEPA)

Ontario Environmental Protection Act (OEPA)

Ontario Electrical Safety Code (OESC)

Canadian Electrical Code (CEC)

Factory Mutual (FM)

All other codes and standards are in specification

D8

D9

D10

D11

D12

SECTION D - SERVICE CONDITIONS

D1

D2

D3

D4

Site Altitude

Relative Humidity

Summer Temperature (Max)

Winter Temperature (Min)

D5

D6

D7

Sound Level

Decibel

Location

Elevation

Unit Rating (Temperature Rise Winding)

Temperature Rise Hotspot

Ambient Temperature (Max)

Ambient Temperature (24 Hour Average)

E10

E11

E12

E13

E14

E15

E7

E8

E9

E4

E5

E6

SECTION E - TRANSFORMER RATING AND DESCRIPTION

E1

E3

Power Rating

Type

System Frequency

Phases

High Voltage

High Voltage kV Class

High Voltage Configuration

High Voltage Winding Connection

Taps [Isolated]

Tap Changer

High Voltage Bushing

Inserts

Load Break Switching

High Voltage Arresters

E16

E17

E18

E19

E20

E21

E22

E23

E24

E25

E26

E27

E28

E29

E30

SECTION F - MECHANICAL

F1 Cabinet

Overcurrent Protection

Expulsion Fuses

Bay-O-Net Holder

Fuse Accessories

Low Voltage

Low Voltage Winding Connection

Low Voltage kV Class

Low Voltage Bushing

Grounding

Duty Cycle

Temperature Rise

Area Classification

Cooling Class

Insulating Fluid

Efficiency Standard text text text text

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NTB-00005171-A0

EQUIPMENT DATA SHEET

TRANSFORMER - ADMINISTRATION

BUILDING 'ADM-T4'

SITE: NBJGAC

Notes

Confirm

Info

Provide

Confirm

Provide

Provide

UOM

text text text text text text

Project Design Data

Pad-mounted transformer

Step-up transformer

One (1)

Provide

Provide

Provide

Provide

Provide

Provide

Provide

Provide with quotation

Provide with quotation

Provide with quotation

Provide with quotation

Provide with quotation

Provide with quotation

Provide with quotation

370m (1215 ft) above sea level

10%-100%

+40

-40

NEMA TR1

56

Outdoor

Designed for operation at 1000m (3300ft) above sea level

65

80

40

30

75

Step-up

60

3

2400/4160V, 60kV BIL

15

Dead Front, Loop Feed

Delta

2-2.5% taps above and 2-2.5% taps below nominal

[Series (Highest) voltage only]

100A 5-position tap changer

200A bushing wells with removable studs (x6)

15kV, 95kV BIL load-break inserts (x6)

15-38kV, 300A 2-position

Varistar elbow arresters, 15kV class, 15kV (x3)

Bay-O-Net fuses in series with partial-range currentlimiting fuses (x3)

Bay-O-Net fuses (x3)

Copper Bay-O-Net fuse holder (x3)

Plastic drip cups beneath Bay-O-Net fuse holders

(x3)

600/347V, 30kV BIL

Wye

1.2

1" copper stud with 6-hole screw-on spade bushing(s) (x4)

Secondary

Designed for step-up operation

65 degree average winding rise

Non-hazardous location

KNAN

Envirotemp FR3

CSA C802.1

20" deep cabinet

NORTH BAY JACK

GARLAND AIRPORT

CORPORATION

Suplier Data Operation Data

F14

F15

F16

F17

F18

F19

F20

F21

F22

F23

F24

F7

F8

F9

F10

F11

F12

F13

F2

F3

F4

F5

F6

Cabinet Hardware

Cabinet Accessories

Cabinet Accessories

Cabinet Accessories

Cabinet Accessories

IEEE K-Dimension

Other Accessories

Coatings

Certifications

Notifications

Notifications

Notifications

Gauges & Fittings

Gauges & Fittings

Gauges & Fittings

Gauges & Fittings

Gauges & Fittings

Gauges & Fittings

Tank Accessories

Tank Accessories

Tank Accessories

Packaging

Cover

SECTION G - GROUNDING

G1 Solidly Grounded at the High Voltage Side

H6

H7

H8

H9

H10

SECTION H - TANK / CABINET FEATURES

H1 Bolted cover for tank access

H2

H3

H4

H5

Three-point latching door for security

Removable sill for easy installation

Lifting lugs

Stainless steel cabinet hinges and mounting studs

Steel divider between HV and LV compartment

Pentahead captive bolt

Stainless steel 1-hole ground pads

Parking stands

Nameplate

I5

I6

I7

I8

SECTION I -PERFORMANCE DATA AND DIMENSIONS

I1

I2

Fluid Weight

Total Weight

I3

I4

Fluid Volume

Primary Conductor Material

Secondary Conductor Material

Height

Width

Depth

SECTION J - TESTING AND ACCEPTANCE

J1 Ratio, Polarity, and Phase Relation

J2 Winding Resistance

J3

J4

J5

J6

J7

J8

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Penta-head cabinet door bolts

Ground Straps - cabinet sides (x2)

Ground Straps - cabinet doors (x2)

Ground Strap - cabinet side to sill

Ground Strap - frontplate to cabinet top

Loop feed per IEEE C57.12.34-2009 Figure 11 minimum dimensions (without bails)

CSA decal and stenciling assembly

Equipment Green (Munsell 9GY 1.5/2.6) topcoat

UL Listed

CEA decal and stenciling assembly

CSA Nameplate - Aluminum

Non-PCB decal

Liquid level gauge

Thermometer, dial-type

Pressure/vacuum gauge

Schrader valve

Pressure relief device, 50 SCFM

Drain plug in LV compartment

Nitrogen blanket

IEEE standard one-hole ground pads (x3)

Copper ground bus in HV and LV compartments

Heat-treated export pallet

Bolted cover

Yes

Yes

Yes

Yes

Yes (x4)

Yes

Yes

Yes

Yes

Yes (dead-front)

Laser-scribed anodized aluminum nameplate

428

1056

466

Aluminum

Aluminum

1499

1728

991

Insulation Power Factor

Routing Impulse Tests

Applied Potential

Induced Potential

Loss Test

Confirm

Confirm

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Ensures correct winding ratios, phase shift, and tap voltages. Tested at a maximum of 100V.

Verifies the integrity of internal HV and LV connections; provides data for loss upgrade calculators.

This test verifies that vaccum processing has thoroughly dried the insulation system to required limits. Please not ECPS does not utilize Doble testing equipment.

The most severe test, simulating a lightning surge.

Applies one reduced wave and one full wave to verify the BIL rating.

Applied to both high-voltage and low-voltage windings, this test stresses the entire insulation system to verify all live-to-ground clearances.

3.46 times normal plus 1000 volts for reduced neutral designs, twice normal voltage for fullneutral designs.

These design verification tests are conducted to ensure that guaranteed loss values are met and that test values are within design tolerances. Tests include no-load loss and excitation current along with impedance voltage and load loss.

Pressurizing the tank for approximately 4 to 6 hours to ensure a complete seal, with no weld or gasket leaks, to eliminate the possibility of moisture infiltration or oil oxidation.

Leak Test Confirm text

'Confirm' means 'Vendor to confirm equipment design meets datasheet and specification requirements'

'Info' means 'Purchaser to provide information to vendor'

'Provide' means 'Vendor to provide information based on design'

Issue Status Prepared By/Date

For Tender

Client Review

Emily Fratin / 2016-06-05

Emily Fratin / 2016-06-03

Checked By/Date

Aziz Sene / 2016-06-05

Aziz Sene / 2016-06-03

Approved By/Date

Aziz Sene / 2016-06-03

Aziz Sene / 2016-06-03

North Bay Jack Garland Airport Corporation

Item Rev

A3

A4

A5

A6

SECTION A - IDENTIFICATION

A1

A2

Equipment Type

Application

Equipment Manufacturer

Quantity

Model

Part Number

Title

SECTION B - REFERENCE DOCUMENTS

B1 Arrangement/Detail Drawing

B2

B3

B4

B5

B6

B7

Wiring Diagrams

Technical Literature

Operation and Service Manuals

Recommended Spare Parts

Applicable Safety Information

Materials Listing

C7

C8

C9

C10

C11

C3

C4

C5

C6

SECTION C - CODES AND STANDARDS

C1

C2

Canadian Standard Association (CSA)

Underwriters Laboratories Canada (ULC)

ISO 9001

Transport Canada TP 312

Ontario Fire Code (OFC)

Canadian Environmental Protection Act (CEPA)

Ontario Environmental Protection Act (OEPA)

Ontario Electrical Safety Code (OESC)

Canadian Electrical Code (CEC)

Factory Mutual (FM)

All other codes and standards are in specification

SECTION D - SERVICE CONDITIONS

D1

D2

Site Altitude

Relative Humidity

D3

D4

D5

D6

D7

Summer Temperature (Max)

Winter Temperature (Min)

Sound Level

Decibel

Location

D8

D9

D10

D11

D12

Elevation

Unit Rating (Temperature Rise Winding)

Temperature Rise Hotspot

Ambient Temperature (Max)

Ambient Temperature (24 Hour Average)

E4

E5

E6

E7

E8

E9

SECTION E - TRANSFORMER RATING AND DESCRIPTION

E1 Power Rating

E2

E3

Impedance

Type

System Frequency

Phases

High Voltage

High Voltage kV Class

High Voltage Configuration

High Voltage Winding Connection

E10

E11

E12

E13

E14

E15

E16

E17

E18

Taps (Isolated)

Tap Changer

High Voltage Bushing

Inserts

Load Break Switching

High Voltage Arresters

Overcurrent Protection

Expulsion Fuses

Bay-O-Net Holder

E19

E20

E21

E22

Fuse Accessories

Low Voltage

Low Voltage Winding Connection

Low Voltage kV Class

E23

E24

E25

E26

Low Voltage Bushing

Grounding

Duty Cycle

Temperature Rise

E27

E28

E29

E30

Area Classification

Cooling Class

Insulating Fluid

Efficiency Standard

SECTION F - MECHANICAL

F2 Cabinet Hardware

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NTB-00005171-A0

EQUIPMENT DATA SHEET

TRANSFORMER - AIRFIELD

ELECTRICAL CENTER 'AEC-T1'

Notes UOM

Confirm

Info

Provide

Confirm

Provide

Provide text text text text text text

SITE: NBJGAC

Project Design Data

Pad-Mounted Transformer

Step-Up Transformer

One (1)

Provide

Provide

Provide

Provide

Provide

Provide

Provide

Provide with quotation

Provide with quotation

Provide with quotation

Provide with quotation

Provide with quotation

Provide with quotation

Provide with quotation text text text text text text text text text kVA

% text

Hz

Φ

Volt kV text text text

Volt text kV text text text text text text text text text m

%rH

°C

°C text dB text text

°C

°C

°C

°C

370m (1215 ft) above sea level

10%-100%

+40

-40

NEMA TR1

56

Indoor

Designed for operation at 1000m (3300ft) above sea level

65

80

40

30

400

300, Absolute

Step-up

60

3

2400/4160V, 60 kV BIL

15

Dead Front, Loop Feed

Delta

2-2.5% taps above and 2-2.5% taps below nominal

[Series (Highest) voltage only]

100A 5-position tap changer

200A brushing wells with removable studs (x6)

15kV, 95kV BIL load-break inserts (x6)

15-38kV, 300A 2-Position

Varistar elbow arresters, 15kV class, 6kV (x3)

Bay-O-Net fuses in series with Partial-Range Current-

Limiting Fuses (x3)

Bay-O-Net fuses (x3)

Copper Bay-O-Net fuse holders (x3)

Plastic drip cups beneath Bay-O-Net fuse holders

(x3)

600/347V, 30kV BIL

Wye

1.2

1" copper stud with 6-hole screw-on spade bushing(s) (x4)

High voltage side

Designed for step-up operation

65 degree average winding rise

Non-hazardous location

KNAN

Envirotemp FR3

CSA C802.1

Penta-head cabinet door bolts

NORTH BAY JACK

GARLAND AIRPORT

CORPORATION

Suplier Data Operation Data

J2

J3

J4

J5

J6

F3

F4

F5

F6

F17

F18

F19

F20

F21

F22

F23

F24

F7

F8

F9

F10

F11

F12

F13

F14

F15

F16

Cabinet Accessories

Cabinet Accessories

Cabinet Accessories

Cabinet Accessories

IEEE K-Dimension

Other Accessories

Coatings

Certifications

Notifications

Notifications

Notifications

Gauges & Fittings

Gauges & Fittings

Gauges & Fittings

Gauges & Fittings

Gauges & Fittings

Gauges & Fittings

Tank Accessories

Tank Accessories

Tank Accessories

Packaging

Cover

SECTION G - GROUNDING

G1 Solidly Grounded at the High Voltage Side

H5

H6

H7

H8

SECTION H - TANK / CABINET FEATURES

H1

H2

H3

H4

Bolted cover for tank access

Three-point latching door for security

Removable sill for easy installation

Lifting lugs

H9

H10

Stainless steel cabinet hinges and mounting studs

Steel divider between HV and LV compartment

Pentahead captive bolt

Stainless steel 1-hole ground pads

Parking stands

Nameplate

I3

I4

I5

I6

SECTION I -PERFORMANCE DATA AND DIMENSIONS

I1

I2

Fluid Weight

Total Weight

I7

I8

Fluid Volume

Primary Conductor Material

Secondary Conductor Material

Height

Width

Depth

SECTION J - TESTING AND ACCEPTANCE

J1 Ratio, Polarity, and Phase Relation

J7

J8

NOTES

1

2

3

Revision

B

A

Winding Resistance

Insulation Power Factor

Routing Impulse Tests

Applied Potential

Induced Potential

Loss Test

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Ground Straps - cabinet sides (x2)

Ground Straps - cabinet doors (x2)

Ground Strap - cabinet side to sill

Ground Strap - frontplate to cabinet top

Loop feed per IEEE C57.12.34-2009 Figure 11 minimum dimensions (without bails)

CSA decal and stenciling assembly

Equipment Green (Munsell 9GY 1.5/2.6) topcoat

UL Listed

CEA decal and stenciling assembly

CSA Nameplate - Aluminum

Non-PCB decal

Liquid level gauge

Thermometer, dial-type

Pressure/vacuum guage

Schrader valve

Pressure relief device, 50 SCFM

Drain plug in LV compartment

Nitrogen blanket

IEEE standard one-hole ground pads (x3)

Copper ground bus in HV and LV compartments

Heat-treated export pallet

Bolted cover

Yes

Yes

Yes

Yes

Yes

Yes

Yes

Yes

Yes (x4)

Yes (dead-front)

Laser-scribed anodized aluminum nameplate

696

1932

757

Aluminum

Aluminum

1693

1639

1443

Leak Test Confirm text

'Confirm' means 'Vendor to confirm equipment design meets datasheet and specification requirements'

'Info' means 'Purchaser to provide information to vendor'

'Provide' means 'Vendor to provide information based on design'

Issue Status Prepared By/Date

For Tender

Client Review

Emily Fratin / 2016-06-07

Emily Fratin / 2016-06-02

Ensures correct winding ratios, phase shift, and tap voltages. Tested at a maximum of 100V.

Verifies the integrity of internal HV and LV connections; provides data for loss upgrade calculators.

This test verifies that vaccum processing has thoroughly dried the insulation system to required limits. Please not ECPS does not utilize Doble testing equipment.

The most severe test, simulating a lightning surge.

Applies one reduced wave and one full wave to verify the BIL rating.

Applied to both high-voltage and low-voltage windings, this test stresses the entire insulation system to verify all live-to-ground clearances.

3.46 times normal plus 1000 volts for reduced neutral designs, twice normal voltage for full-neutral designs.

These design verification tests are conducted to ensure that guaranteed loss values are met and that test values are within design tolerances. Tests include no-load loss and excitation current along with impedance voltage and load loss.

Pressurizing the tank for approximately 4 to 6 hours to ensure a complete seal, with no weld or gasket leaks, to eliminate the possibility of moisture infiltration or oil oxidation.

Checked By/Date

Aziz Sene / 2016-06-07

Aziz Sene / 2016-06-02

Approved By/Date

Aziz Sene / 2016-06-07

Aziz Sene / 2016-06-02

North Bay Jack Garland Airport Corporation

E16

E17

E18

E19

E20

E21

E22

E23

E24

E25

E26

E27

E28

E29

E30

Item Rev

SECTION A - IDENTIFICATION

A1

A2

A3

A4

Equipment Type

Application

Equipment Manufacturer

Quantity

A5

A6

Model

Part Number

Title

B3

B4

B5

B6

B7

SECTION B - REFERENCE DOCUMENTS

B1

B2

Arrangement/Detail Drawing

Wiring Diagrams

Technical Literature

Operation and Service Manuals

Recommended Spare Parts

Applicable Safety Information

Materials Listing

C5

C6

C7

C8

SECTION C - CODES AND STANDARDS

C1

C2

C3

C4

Canadian Standard Association (CSA)

Underwriters Laboratories Canada (ULC)

ISO 9001

Transport Canada TP 312

Ontario Fire Code (OFC)

Canadian Environmental Protection Act (CEPA)

Ontario Environmental Protection Act (OEPA)

Ontario Electrical Safety Code (OESC)

C9

C10

C11

Canadian Electrical Code (CEC)

Factory Mutual (FM)

All other codes and standards are in specification

D8

D9

D10

D11

D12

SECTION D - SERVICE CONDITIONS

D1

D2

Site Altitude

Relative Humidity

D3

D4

D5

D6

D7

Summer Temperature (Max)

Winter Temperature (Min)

Sound Level

Decibel

Location

Elevation

Unit Rating (Temperature Rise Winding)

Temperature Rise Hotspot

Ambient Temperature (Max)

Ambient Temperature (24 Hour Average)

E10

E11

E12

E13

E14

E15

E6

E7

E8

E9

SECTION E - TRANSFORMER RATING AND DESCRIPTION

E1 Power Rating

E2

E3

E4

E5

Impedance

Type

System Frequency

Phases

High Voltage

High Voltage kV Class

High Voltage Configuration

High Voltage Winding Connection

Taps (Isolated)

Tap Changer

High Voltage Bushing

Inserts

Load Break Switching

High Voltage Arresters

Overcurrent Protection

Expulsion Fuses

Bay-O-Net Holder

Fuse Accessories

Low Voltage

Low Voltage Winding Connection

Low Voltage kV Class

Low Voltage Bushing

Grounding

Duty Cycle

Temperature Rise

Area Classification

Cooling Class

Insulating Fluid

Efficiency Standard

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NTB-00005171-A0

EQUIPMENT DATA SHEET

TRANSFORMER - AIRFIELD

ELECTRICAL CENTER 'AEC-T2'

Notes UOM

SITE: NBJGAC

Project Design Data

Confirm

Info

Provide

Confirm

Provide

Provide text text text text text text

Pad-Mounted Transformer

Step-Down Transformer

One (1)

Provide

Provide

Provide

Provide

Provide

Provide

Provide

Provide with quotation

Provide with quotation

Provide with quotation

Provide with quotation

Provide with quotation

Provide with quotation

Provide with quotation text text text text

Volt text kV text text text text text text text text text text text text text text kVA

% text

Hz

Φ

Volt kV text text m

%rH

°C

°C text dB text text

°C

°C

°C

°C level

65

80

40

30

370m (1215 ft) above sea level

10%-100%

+40

-40

NEMA TR1

56

Indoor

Designed for operation at 1000m (3300ft) above sea

75

3

Step-down

60

3

4160V, 60 kV BIL

15

Dead Front, Loop Feed

Delta

2-2.5% taps above and 2-2.5% taps below nominal

[Series (Highest) voltage only]

100A 5-position tap changer

200A brushing wells with removable studs (x6)

15kV, 95kV BIL load-break inserts (x6)

15-38kV, 300A 2-Position

Varistar elbow arresters, 15kV class, 6kV (x3)

Bay-O-Net fuses in series with Partial-Range Current-

Limiting Fuses (x3)

Bay-O-Net fuses (x3)

Copper Bay-O-Net fuse holders (x3)

Plastic drip cups beneath Bay-O-Net fuse holders

(x3)

120/208V, 30kV BIL

Wye

1.2

1" copper stud with 6-hole screw-on spade bushing(s) (x4)

High voltage side

Designed for step-up operation

65 degree average winding rise

Non-hazardous location

KNAN

Envirotemp FR3

CSA C802.1

NORTH BAY JACK

GARLAND AIRPORT

CORPORATION

Suplier Data Operation Data

2

3

J3

J4

J5

J6

F14

F15

F16

F17

F18

F19

F20

F21

F7

F8

F9

F10

F11

F12

F13

F22

F23

F24

F3

F4

F5

F6

SECTION F - MECHANICAL

F1

F2

Cabinet Depth

Cabinet Hardware

Cabinet Accessories

Cabinet Accessories

Cabinet Accessories

Cabinet Accessories

IEEE K-Dimension

Other Accessories

Coatings

Certifications

Notifications

Notifications

Notifications

Gauges & Fittings

Gauges & Fittings

Gauges & Fittings

Gauges & Fittings

Gauges & Fittings

Gauges & Fittings

Tank Accessories

Tank Accessories

Tank Accessories

Packaging

Cover

SECTION G - GROUNDING

G1 Solidly Grounded at the High Voltage Side

H4

H5

H6

H7

SECTION H - TANK / CABINET FEATURES

H1 Bolted cover for tank access

H2

H3

Three-point latching door for security

Removable sill for easy installation

H8

H9

H10

Lifting lugs

Stainless steel cabinet hinges and mounting studs

Steel divider between HV and LV compartment

Pentahead captive bolt

Stainless steel 1-hole ground pads

Parking stands

Nameplate

I3

I4

I5

I6

I7

I8

SECTION I -PERFORMANCE DATA AND DIMENSIONS

I1

I2

Fluid Weight

Total Weight

Fluid Volume

Primary Conductor Material

Secondary Conductor Material

Height

Width

Depth

SECTION J - TESTING AND ACCEPTANCE

J1 Ratio, Polarity, and Phase Relation

J2

J7

J8

NOTES

1

Revision

B

A

Winding Resistance

Insulation Power Factor

Routing Impulse Tests

Applied Potential

Induced Potential

Loss Test

Provide

Confirm

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Penta-head cabinet door bolts

Ground Straps - cabinet sides (x2)

Ground Straps - cabinet doors (x2)

Ground Strap - cabinet side to sill

Ground Strap - frontplate to cabinet top

Loop feed per IEEE C57.12.34-2009 Figure 11 minimum dimensions (without bails)

CSA decal and stenciling assembly

Equipment Green (Munsell 9GY 1.5/2.6) topcoat

UL Listed

CEA decal and stenciling assembly

CSA Nameplate - Aluminum

Non-PCB decal

Liquid level gauge

Thermometer, dial-type

Pressure/vacuum guage

Schrader valve

Pressure relief device, 50 SCFM

Drain plug in LV compartment

Nitrogen blanket

IEEE standard one-hole ground pads (x3)

Copper ground bus in HV and LV compartments

Heat-treated export pallet

Bolted cover

Yes

Yes

Yes

Yes

Yes (x4)

Yes

Yes

Yes

Yes

Yes (dead-front)

Laser-scribed anodized aluminum nameplate

Leak Test Confirm text

'Confirm' means 'Vendor to confirm equipment design meets datasheet and specification requirements'

'Info' means 'Purchaser to provide information to vendor'

'Provide' means 'Vendor to provide information based on design'

Issue Status

For Tender

Client Review

Prepared By/Date

Emily Fratin / 2016-06-07

Emily Fratin / 2016-06-03

Aluminum

Aluminum

1499

1728

991

Ensures correct winding ratios, phase shift, and tap voltages. Tested at a maximum of 100V.

Verifies the integrity of internal HV and LV connections; provides data for loss upgrade calculators.

This test verifies that vaccum processing has thoroughly dried the insulation system to required limits. Please not ECPS does not utilize Doble testing equipment.

The most severe test, simulating a lightning surge.

Applies one reduced wave and one full wave to verify the BIL rating.

Applied to both high-voltage and low-voltage windings, this test stresses the entire insulation system to verify all live-to-ground clearances.

3.46 times normal plus 1000 volts for reduced neutral designs, twice normal voltage for full-neutral designs.

These design verification tests are conducted to ensure that guaranteed loss values are met and that test values are within design tolerances. Tests include no-load loss and excitation current along with impedance voltage and load loss.

Pressurizing the tank for approximately 4 to 6 hours to ensure a complete seal, with no weld or gasket leaks, to eliminate the possibility of moisture infiltration or oil oxidation.

Checked By/Date

Aziz Sene / 2016-06-07

Aziz Sene / 2016-06-03

Approved By/Date

Aziz Sene / 2016-06-07

Aziz Sene / 2016-06-03

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