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HLD - Workboat

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Document Type:SRCSGT
Posted Date:Dec 06, 2019
Category: Ships, Small Craft, Pontoons and Floating Docks
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This announcement constitutes a Sources Sought (market survey). This is not a Request for Quote (RFQ) or a Request for Proposal (RFP). This announcement is for information and planning purposes only and is not to be construed as a commitment by the Government, implied or otherwise, to issue a solicitation or award a contract.The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, Walla Walla District is seeking small business sources for a supply requirement entitled: "HLD - Workboat".This will be a firm-fixed-price supply contract. The purpose of this sources sought is to determine interest and capability of potential qualified Small Business relative to the North American Industry Classification code (NAICS) 336611. The Small Business size standard for this NAICS code is 1,000 employees.SUBMISSION REQUIREMENTS FOR RESPONSES TO THIS SOURCES SOUGHT NOTE: IF YOU DO NOT INTEND TO SUBMIT A PROPOSAL FOR THIS PROJECT WHEN IT IS FORMALLY ADVERTISED, PLEASE DO NOT SUBMIT A RESPONSE TO THIS SOURCES SOUGHT.This sources-sought announcement is a tool to identify businesses with the capability to accomplish the work. THIS IS NOT A SOLICITATION. Specifications and plans associated with this project will be available through beta.sam.gov upon release of the solicitation. The solicitation will include sustainability clauses as appropriate for the project.Only those firms who respond to this announcement by submitting the following information will be used in determining whether to set aside this requirement. A list of current or past project demonstrating technical experience with work of a similar nature to that listed in the technical specifications below. For each project submitted, provide a brief narrative statement of work involved, your firm’s role in the project, the dollar value and the completion date. A reference list for each of the projects submitted in the above. Include the name, title, phone number and email address for each reference. A statement of your firm’s business size (Small Business, HUBZone small business, Service Disabled Veteran Owned Small Business, 8(a), Small Disadvantaged Business, or Woman Owned Small Business) with regard to the NAICS code listed above. A statement that your firm intends to submit an offer on the project when it is advertised. Your firm’s CAGE code and DUNS Number.If inadequate responses are received, this solicitation may be issued for full and open competition. Where to send responses U.S. Army Corps of Engineers 201 North Third Avenue ATTN: Contracting/Chandra Crow, Walla Walla, WA 99362 Phone: (509) 527-7202 Fax: (509) 527-7802 E-mail: chandra.d.crow@usace.army.mil. Response deadline: 20 December 2019 at 10:00AM. (Pacific Time Zone).Place of Delivery: Delivery location is Ice Harbor Dam near Burbank, WA 99323.Description of the Requirement: The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, Walla Walla District, has a requirement for a new truckable workboat, no longer than 26 feet, that is to be used in a fresh water environment with a primary purpose of moving a 200-250 ton steel & concrete floating bulkhead with dimensions of approximately 90 feet long x 36 feet tall x 11 feet wide and having a Bollard Pull Force/Capacity of no less than 3 tons (US). The electrical distribution system shall be two-wire direct current.The overall vessel design and arrangement is to be developed from the existing and successful-in-service, “truckable” towboats/workboats currently available on the market. A custom built boat is not desired but modifications to the stock model design will be permitted.The workboat shall conform to the applicable sections of the following design standards: U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, Publication No. EM 385-1-1; "Safety and Health Requirements Manual" American Bureau of Shipping (ABS), "Rules for Building and Classing Steel Vessels for Rivers and Intracoastal Waterways" American Bureau of Shipping (ABS) "Guide for Shipbuilding and Repair Quality Standard for Hull Structures During Construction" American Bureau of Shipping (ABS) “Rules for Building and Classing Steel Vessels Under 90 Meters (295 Feet) in Length”, Part 4 Vessel Systems and Machinery American Boat and Yacht Council (ABYC) U.S. Coast Guard, Navigation Rules and Regulations - International and Inland Institute of Electrical and Electronic Engineers Standards, Publication No. IEEE-45 - Recommended Practice for Electrical Installation on Shipboard Illuminating Engineering Society, “Recommended Practice for Marine Lighting” National Electric Code (NEC)VESSEL IDENTIFICATION & MARKINGSBoat Information Label Plate: A label plate shall be installed near the console with the following information: length and name of boat builder, date of manufacture, passenger capacity, and the delivery order (or USACE contract) number.Load Conditions - Minimum Payload CapacityVessel shall be capable of supporting a minimum of 1,160 lbs total payload, including crew and mission gear/cargo. The notional breakdown of payload is three (3) crew at 220 lbs each and 500 lbs of mission gear/cargo.NOISE AND VIBRATIONSound treatment shall be installed as required to ensure sound levels in the cabin are below 84 dBA at all engine RPMs and loads.GENERAL ARRANGEMENT ROAD TRANSPORT: Pilothouse and bow pusher knees shall be removable for road transport via commercial low-boy trailer on Continental United States (CONUS) Highways and/or engine removal. Cables and piping systems shall be provided with quick disconnects. Detailed Pilothouse installation and removal procedures shall be included in the As-Built Drawings. A waterproof cover shall be provided for protection from the elements while the Pilothouse is removed for transport or storage. GENERAL: The general layout of the vessel shall incorporate a fully enclosed Pilothouse, Engine Room, access hatches and a walking space all around the outside of the vessel. The Pilothouse shall have a weather-tight access door to the outside with a window (see Windows paragraph below), and windows on the forward, aft, port and starboard sides, allowing for a full 360 degree view. The deck and top of the Engine Room cover shall include an exterior non-skid coating or texture on exterior walking surfaces. An anti-slip, rubber interior matting with padding shall be installed on Pilothouse floor. HULL: The hull shall be divided into a Lazarette, Engine Room, and Forward Storage area. Additional bulkheads/compartments shall be added, if required to meet damaged stability. Zinc anodes sized and installed to adequately protect hull, equipment and components from corrosion. Deck shall be designed to accommodate two (2), 5-ton winches mounted on the forward portion of the Deck located to route mooring lines to the Floating Bulkhead. PILOTHOUSE: The Contractor shall provide and install an insulated pilothouse of either aluminum or steel material and with a minimum clear headroom of 6 feet-9 inches. The Pilothouse shall be removable for transportation. The operator height-of-eye shall be a minimum of 12 feet above the waterline. Handrail shall be installed on the stairs and elevated platform leading into the Pilothouse. Windows: Stationary front window shall be tilted/sloping forward and include a visor around the roofline, windshield wiper(s), and a defogging/defrosting system for forward windows only. The Pilothouse door shall include full-height window which enables an unobstructed view of the aft area of the vessel. A sliding side window shall be mounted in the top portion of the door. All windows made of tempered safety glass and tinted in accordance to Coast Guard specifications. Safety & Security: Pilothouse and Engine Room shall be lockable from outside with two (2) sets of keys provided. Heater: The Pilothouse shall be equipped with a forced air heating system sized to maintain Pilothouse temperatures above 65 F with external temperatures down to 10 F shall be furnished. Waste heat may be supplied from the engine. VENTILATION: Machinery spaces are to be ventilated so as to ensure that when machinery is operating at full power in all weather conditions, including heavy weather, an adequate supply of air is maintained for operation of the machinery and safety of the personnel. CONSOLE ARRANGEMENT: A standard one-piece console, 42 inches in height, shall be installed in the Pilothouse. The console shall contain all controls, alarms, monitoring equipment, and communication equipment necessary for the vessel’s operation as specified herein. Paint: All plates and shapes shall be blasted and coated with a pre-construction primer. The entire vessel shall be provided with the builder’s standard marine coating system. Non-skid shall be applied to the Deck and top of engine cover. The paint system shall be formulated for the marine environment and have superior anti-corrosive, coverage, and impact resistance properties. Colors: hull black, superstructure white, decks and engine room gray. BULWARKS: Bulwarks shall be provided continuously around the vessel, except for where personnel access the Deck. Bulwarks shall extend 4 to 6-inches above the deck. Minimum bulwark plate shall be ¼-inch. RAILINGS: Removable railings shall be provided on top of the forward and aft bulwarks in accordance with EM 385-1-1 Section 19 requirements for railings for manned vessels over 26 feet in length operating in rivers or protected waters (even if the vessel is less than 26 feet). The bulwark shall serve as the bottom tier of the 3-tier marine rigid railing. All bulwark railing stanchions shall be removable and shall be fit into sockets welded into the bulwark. For the sides of the vessel, removable stanchions shall be provided with 3-tier tensioned railing utilizing stainless steel chain. All stanchion sockets shall be fitted with drains to in order to allow water and debris to drain out of the pockets. Railings shall be provided around the Pilothouse in accordance with EM 385-1-1 Section 19. FENDERING AND/OR Rub Rails: A replaceable, non-marking, D-shape (6" minimum), heavy duty fendering system shall be provided and mechanically fastened to all sides of the hull and pusher knees to provide protection to/from the Floating Bulkhead being towed/pushed. Supporting structure shall be painted behind the fendering. Underwater fendering shall be mounted with side flanges and thru-bolted; no welded studs are permitted. BULKHEADS: One (1) forward collision bulkhead with one (1) 18-inch diameter watertight, flush-mounted manhole cover for access to each void area. HATCHES: Two (2) into Engine compartment. In Engine Room, one (1) watertight hatch in forward collision bulkhead into forward compartment and one (1) watertight hatch in aft bulkhead into aft rudder/ballast compartment. Heavy engine hatches shall have lift-assist, counter balance devices that self-lock in the open position (ex. gas struts and sliding lock bar). BOW PUSHER KNEES: The bow shall have pusher knees capable of withstanding the full thrust of the workboat. Pusher knees shall be removable for transport and include non-marking D-shape fendering. Pusher knees shall be spaced apart approximately half of the maximum beam and extend at least four (4) feet above the waterline. The lower portion of the pusher knees shall transition to the fendering below the waterline. LIFT PADEYES: Furnish four (4) permanent eye straps welded to the hull, suitably sized for lifting the vessel. Picking/lifting eyes shall also be installed on the Pilothouse and superstructure section (if equipped) to ensure the truckable capability of the vessel. Ensure handrail is not impacted by picking of the vessel. Provide means for a 4-point pick (equal over the center of gravity). DECK FITTINGS: Furnish one (1) kevel and one (1) chock on each of the four corners of the Deck. Furnish one (1) mooring bitt centered across the beam on the aft portion of the Deck and two (2) mooring bitts on the forward portion of the Deck located to route mooring lines to the Floating Bulkhead. LADDERS: Furnish one (1) permanent ladder for access from the Deck to the Engine Room and one (1) permanent ladder for access to the Pilothouse from the Deck. Ladders shall be in compliance with EM 385-1-1 Section 19. MACHINERYPROPULSION SYSTEM MAIN ENGINES: Furnish no more than two (2), identical, off-the-shelf marine, inline 6 cylinder, 4-stroke-cycle diesel engines rated for intermittent duty and rated at no less than 300 hp each shall be furnished. The horsepower-to-displacement ratio shall be no less than 1:1 and no greater than 1:1.1. The engine(s) shall be installed so that when the clutches are engaged to propel the vessel forward, the propellers rotate “inboard at the top”. Engine(s) shall include the following: Set up for 24 VDC electric start; Engine mounted fuel pumps; Set up for electronic controls; Configured as water/anti-freeze cooled system using keel coolers located in the side shell. The system shall be complete with attached pumps, full-flow bypass type thermostats, expansion tanks, keel coolers, coolant level sensors and gauges. Expansion tanks shall be fitted with low level alarms. SHAFTING ARRANGEMENT: PROPELLERS: Propellers suitable for workboat use shall be furnished that provide maximum thrust, smoothness and maneuverability, whilst offering maximum fuel economy. Drawings of the propeller and shafting plans, including design data and material characteristics are to be submitted for approval. Vessel shall be equipped with a propeller, rudder and shaft guard “stump jumper” for all propellers. Guard design shall be submitted for review and approval prior to fabrication and installation. SHAFTING: Furnish propeller shafts with water-lubricated propeller-end bearings. Shaft material, diameter and end connection details shall be in accordance with applicable ABS requirements. STERN TUBES AND BEARINGS: Furnish mechanical, packless, water-lubricated shaft seals which permit inspection of the seal and shaft without docking, including all required appurtenances. SHAFT STRUTS AND STRUT BEARINGS: Furnish water-lubricated, rubber-lined, marine stern bearings, bearing housings (strut barrel), and struts for each propulsion shaft in accordance with applicable ABS requirements. MAIN ENGINE INSTRUMENTATION & ALARMS: The Contractor shall supply and install the standard, local instrumentation panel supplied by the engine manufacturer. STARTER: OEM-approved 24 VDC ungrounded marinized starter for engine. ALTERNATOR: 24 VDC ungrounded, marinized, alternator for engine. transmission: Marine transmissions shall be sized appropriately for the engine horsepower and principle characteristics of the vessel (as specified above), vertically offset, mounted directly to the engines, and compliant with ISO 9001 design, manufacturing and quality control standards. Transmission shall be capable of positive neutral capability without stopping the engine. Control shall be mechanical and provided in the operator control panel with FWD-NEUTRAL-REV indicator labels at handle. Hydraulic Steering system: Steering system shall allow control of propulsion steering system with emergency steering function. Instruction placard for how to operate emergency steering system shall be located with local controls. MAIN PROPULSION LUBE OIL SYSTEM: A 12 or 24 VDC portable fast lube oil change system (FLOCS) with a flow rate of no less than 7.4 gpm, with ¾-inch NPT fittings to the engine shall be provided. The system shall be mounted to a base for portability, have a reversing switch, include battery grounding clips, and shall be IP67 rated for waterproofness. pilothouse Instrumentation & Other Equipment: Furnish an azimuth rudder angle indicator, engine tachometer, oil pressure, water temperature, volt meters for each engine, as well as coolant tank and fuel tank level indicators shall be provided in the Pilothouse and Engine Room. Audible and visual alarms for low oil level and high engine temperature shall also be included. Any builder-installed gauges, indicators, and instrumentation on the console shall be backlit and controlled by a single dimmer switch to the maximum extent practicable. Dimmer range shall be FULL to OFF.FUEL OIL SYSTEM GENERAL REQUIREMENTS: Provide and install all pumps, filters, piping, hoses, and valves required to form a complete fuel oil system. The system shall serve the main engines. VENTS, FILLS & FUEL TRANSFERRING: The fills and vents shall terminate inside permanent spill containment boxes that entirely enclose the vents and fills. The box shall be fitted with a weather tight door fitted with a hasp and padlock. Each door shall incorporate a rain lip and air passage for ventilating the enclosure when the door is closed. SUPPLY & RETURN LINES: Furnish supply and return lines for each main engine. The size of the lines installed shall be in accordance with the engine manufacturer’s requirements. The Contractor shall be responsible for sizing, providing, and installing flexible connections between each main engine for connecting to their respective fuel supply headers and fuel return headers. The flexible connections supplied shall also meet the engine manufacturer’s specifications. PRIMARY FUEL FILTERS: The fuel oil supply lines to each main engine shall be equipped with individual duplex 10 micron fuel filters/water separators suitable for marine environments. In order to allow change out of the opposite filter cartridge during engine operation, each duplex filter/separator shall be sized such that the engine can operate at full power while on one (1) of the filter cartridges. The Contractor shall be responsible for sizing, providing, and installing the filters based on the engines selected. The filters supplied shall meet the engine manufacturer’s specifications. Filters shall be mounted so that a 5-gallon bucket can be placed under the filter during service. FUEL TANK: Fuel tank(s) with a minimum capacity of 300 gallons shall be furnished. Fuel tank(s) shall be accessible for inspection and repair. Valves and access panels shall be clear of interferences that would restrict removal and tank access without having to relocate the tank(s). Fill(s) and vent(s) shall be capable of fueling rapidly with fill diameter a minimum of two (2) inches for compatibility with military nozzles. Vent cross-sectional area shall be not less than 1/2 the fill. With exception of fuel supply lines for engines and stripping connections, all tank penetrations shall be through top of tank. The tank shall be welded steel construction and independent of the hull sides and bottom. A minimum of 18 inches shall be provided between the fuel tank and the hull sides and bottom. Tank shall be complete with cleanout manhole, filling connection, sounding tube, vent, and all necessary connecting piping. Engine pre-heater: Engine coolant/block 120 VAC pre-heater for engine (hard wired to the AC distribution system) connected by terminal strip inside a NEMA 4X enclosure.ENGINE COOLING SYSTEM Size the coolers based on the final selection of the main propulsion engines and reduction gears. All engine coolers shall be installed in hull recesses. The coolers and recesses shall be in accordance with the engine and gear manufacturers’ recommendations. For the main propulsion engines and gears, the engine cooling pumps and keel coolers shall be sized to cool the full engine horsepower at a vessel forward speed of 0-knots and the water temperature up to 75 degrees F. The size, type and number of keel coolers to be installed shall be in accordance with the engine manufacturer’s requirements. EXHAUST SYSTEM GENERAL: The Contractor shall provide and install a complete dry exhaust system for each main engine. The systems shall not exceed the engine manufacturer’s required maximum back pressure. System installations shall be in strict accordance with engine manufacturer’s requirements. The exhaust system piping, fittings and silencers shall be supported by pipe hangers. Each exhaust system shall be independently routed from each engine exhaust outlet through the half deck opening and up to the respective exhaust stack. Exhaust piping is to be supplied with a sufficient number of take down joints or bolted connections in order to facilitate removal. The silencer for each engine shall be located in its respective stack. Each spark-arresting silencer shall remove sparks through centrifugal within the body, have an efficiency of no less than 95%, and be of fully welded construction. Each spark-arresting silencer shall also have the following: Spark arrestor; 35-dB reduction at 500 Hz; High temperature corrosion-resistant exterior coating; Brackets for mounting the mufflers inside the stacks; Cleanouts piped to an accessible location The spark-arresting silencers and exhaust line flanges shall be to the manufacturer’s standards complete with high temperature gaskets and bolts. Suitable flanged adapters shall be provided and installed at each engine exhaust outlet. Pipe taps, ¼-inch, shall be provided near each engine outlet to check system back pressure. Steel plugs shall be provided for each tap. Flanged exhaust flex expansion sections shall be provided, and shall be sized in order to prevent overstressing of the engine connecting flanges, anchor points, and piping. The flexes shall use multi-ply bellows construction, and shall be lined. The piping runs between the main engine outlets and the “ends” shall incorporate the following: Rain proof slipjoint seals at the stack top exhaust pipe penetrations. A 45-degree elbow and a 45-degree mitered pipe opening facing aft and outboard. Stainless steel piping and fittings for all sections. Each exhaust system “up to and including” the spark-arresting silencer shall be suitably insulated. The insulation shall be a non-asbestos type insulating blanket with uniform density and thickness, good drapability especially over irregular surfaces, non-combustible, and compliant with USCG 164.009 Noncombustible Materials. The insulation thickness shall be such that the surface temperature of the insulation does not exceed 125-degrees F. The insulation shall be covered by pad fabric having the same salient characteristics as the insulation. The pad fabric shall be held in place with lacing hooks and lacing wire. STACKS: Stacks shall be fabricated and installed on the engine trunk top to house the silencers for the main engines. Stacks shall be constructed of welded steel, be welded to the top of the engine trunk and shall extend above the Pilothouse and not impede the view of the pilot. BILGE SYSTEM Fixed Manual Bilge Pump: A fixed manual bilge pump rated for 1,000 gallons per hour with a foot strainer and independent overboard discharge with valve shall be provided and installed. The manual bilge pump shall be mounted for ready access from the Deck without crossing either shaftline. Handle for pump shall be stowed adjacent to pump with attached lanyard. Manual bilge pump shall also be suitable for use as a fire pump. Electric Bilge Pumps: 24 VDC bilge pumps, with no less than 2,900 gph capacity as measured after installation, shall be provided and installed with mercury free float switches for automatic operation, an intake strainer and high level alarm. Electrical power to the bilge pumps and high water alarm shall be fed from the unswitched side of the house battery switch via appropriate dedicated circuit protection. Each pump shall be provided with a Manual/Off/Auto control switch and pump running indicator light on the console. Discharge lines shall have a smooth interior surface to reduce friction losses and shall include a vented loop that will always be above the water line, even when the vessel is heeling hard. Each bilge pump shall have a separate through-hull discharge. Bilge pumps shall be located as low as practical in the bilge, yet easily accessible for inspection and maintenance, and shall be effective in all normal heel/trim conditions. All bilge water shall drain completely to the pump locations. Bilge Alarm: A bilge high level alarm system shall be provided. Electrical power to the high water alarm panel shall be fed from the unswitched side of the house battery switch via appropriate dedicated circuit protection. Bilge alarm sensors shall be located as low as practical in the bilge and effective in all heel/trim conditions. Bilge alarm shall activate visible and audio alarms on console in Pilothouse. VENTS, SOUNDS & FILLS: The Contractor shall furnish and install two (2) gooseneck vents for the forward storage space sized in accordance with ABS Rules. For fuel oil tank sounding tube and fill connections, see Fuel Oil System paragraph above. FIRE SAFETY EQUIPMENT: Portable fire extinguisher(s): Portable extinguishers shall be provided in accordance with ABYC and USCG (33CFR) standards. ELECTRICAL Distribution System: The electrical distribution system shall be two-wire direct current. Electrical Auxiliaries: Furnish the following 24VDC-powered items: One (1) stainless steel trumpet horn; Four (4) permanently mounted, motorized LED spotlights with hardwired dash-mounted controls, no less than 370 degrees of rotation x 135 degrees of tilt, no less than 410,000 candela, no less than 8 degree beam angle, and UV ray resistant; two (2) on the forward side of the Pilothouse and two (2) on the aft side of the Pilothouse that illuminate the Deck; One (1) each of white and amber LED lights mounted on top of Pilothouse; Side-mounted red and green running LED lights as required by USCG; One (1) overhead LED light in Pilothouse; Depth sounder with a hull mounted transducer; Two (2) 2,900 gph bilge pumps operated by an automatic float switches in Engine Room. ELECTRICAL POWER PLANT BATTERIES (Inboard Diesel 24 VDC): Engine starting and boat service batteries shall be maintenance-free, spill-proof, marine grade with no less than 750 cold cranking amps (CCA) and no less than 120 minutes of reverse capacity at 25 amps. Battery banks shall be configured for 24 VDC ungrounded distribution (i.e., each bank consists of two (2) 12 VDC batteries in series). One (1) battery bank dedicated to engine starting, one (1) bank dedicated to boat service (house) loads. Battery cables shall be fitted with terminal lugs. Starting/charging connections secured to large (automotive) battery posts with self-locking hardware; other connections (e.g., voltage sensing circuit) to battery screw-terminal posts are permitted. Battery stowage/securing method to be suitable to provide support & prevent movement in any direction. Battery stowage shall be ventilated in accordance with 46 CFR requirements. Battery control/disconnect switch for each battery bank with emergency battery paralleling capability via a dedicated paralleling “battery” switch and momentary paralleling relay controlled by locking switch in the Pilothouse.Battery condition indicator installed on console, switchable for each battery bank. Boat service bank sized based upon reserve house capacity required (ABYC calculation for two [2] hours reserve with single charging source). BATTERY Charging (Inboard Diesel 24 VDC): Charging system capable of providing independent charging current from each alternator to each battery bank (i.e. one [1] alternator can provide charging current to both battery banks). Engine alternators and battery banks isolated by an isolator (or two [2] separate isolators) between the alternators and the battery banks. Engine alternator output voltage to suit recommended battery charging voltage. SHORE Power System (120 VAC/60 Hz): Shore power distribution system including shore power receptacle, galvanic isolator, overcurrent protection, reverse polarity indicator, and minimum 50-foot, 20A cord set. System shall supply power to engine coolant pre-heater, battery charger, and bilge pumps. SHORE Power Battery Charger: 120 VAC/60hz to 24 VDC battery charger(s) capable of charging each battery/bank independently while on shore power. DC Power Distribution system (Inboard 24 VDC and 12 VDC): Single house battery bank, 24 VDC ungrounded system with 12 VDC ungrounded sub system via a 24/12 VDC converter fed from the 24 VDC system. 24 VDC is preferred voltage, 12 VDC systems shall only be used where not available in 24 VDC rating. DC Overcurrent Protection: Circuits shall be protected using double-pole, waterproof circuit breakers (Airpax IUGN type in suitable enclosure or equal). For circuits more than 50 amperes, single pole, waterproof breakers or enclosed double-pole breakers in NEMA 4X enclosures are acceptable. All circuits protected by individual breakers (no fuses, remove OEM supplied in-line fuses with exception of certain engine harness fuses or other fuses to be individually approved). Breaker panels to be labeled with system voltage, circuit function, circuit designation, element size, and ON/OFF position. Minimum of 20% spare circuits available system wide (four [4] minimum for each voltage, 12 VDC and 24 VDC as applicable).SPARE PARTS & MANUALS MANUALS: The Contractor shall provide operations & maintenance manuals and parts & service manuals for all equipment provided. Four (4) paper copies, and one (1) electronic copy shall be provided for each manual. SPARES: The following spares shall be provided for each boat, packaged, shrink wrapped and externally labeled with each boat: fuel filter (primary), quantity = 8 each fuel filter (secondary), quantity = 8 each lube oil filter, quantity = 8 each engine anodes, quantity = quantity = 2 eachtype engine and accessory drive belts, 2 each type engine raw water pump repair kit, quantity = 2 each hydraulic filters, quantity = quantity = 2 each type boat/propulsor anodes, quantity = 1 set LED lighting fixtures, quantity = 1 each type Propeller, quantity = 1 each TESTS AND TRIALS GENERAL: The trials described in these paragraphs shall be conducted in the presence of the Contracting Officer or an authorized representative, who shall be notified of the date set for the trials at least 20 calendar days in advance. The Contractor shall bear all expenses of these trials, including the furnishing of all necessary instruments, scales, grease, supplies, lubricating and fuel oils, and mechanics, technicians and operating personnel. The test data, consisting of all readings taken and observed, shall be compiled in a report by the Contractor. Two (2) copies of the logs, calculations and test results for the vessel shall be furnished to the Contracting Officer. A Proposed Test Plan shall be submitted for approval within 60 calendar days after Notice of Award. VESSEL OPERATIONAL TESTS: Vessel Operational tests shall be conducted at or near the Contractor’s facility. Successful operation of all equipment shall be verified through testing in accordance with the applicable ABS rules and the manufacturer’s recommendations. FINAL ACCEPTANCE TESTS: The Contractor shall be responsible for assembly at the delivery location. Following assembly, the Contractor shall demonstrate that the vessel is ready for service by operating each of the systems on the vessel in the presence of the Government testing in accordance with the applicable ABS rules and the manufacturer’s recommendations.Additional contract requirements include supplying spare parts, detailed as-built drawings, operation & maintenance manuals, and performing vessel operational tests at or near the Contractor’s facility and final acceptance tests at or near the delivery site in Burbank, WA.Contract duration is estimated to be approximately 365 calendar days after award.

Original Point of Contact

POC Chandra D. Crow, Phone: 5095277202, Hillary A. Morgan, Phone: 5095277214

Place of Performance

8780, WA 99323, USA
99323, USA
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