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Controls Programming Service Contract

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Bid Information

Bid Alert No: 00000483435

Bid Title: Controls Programming Service Contract

Agency Bid No. Title: RFP55-020916

Received Date: 02/11/2016

Close Date: 02/23/2016

Purchase Type: Term:

Delivery Point: Appalachian State University, Boone, North Carolina

Delivery Date: Not Stated

Special Notices: Questions Due By 02/15/2016 02:00 PM, Bidder Preregistration


Specifications include, but are not limited to: 1.Appalachian State University seeks service contract proposals and resumes for qualified HVACcontrols programming professionals.2.Qualified programmers should have a minimum of 10 years experience in HVAC systems comparableto a University or Hospital environment with the ability to develop direct digital control (DDC)programming for the Johnson Controls Metasys Energy Management System (EMS) from writtenSequence of Operations (SOO).Programmer should be able to utilize the Metasys System ExtendedArchitecture Network Software tools consisting of:a. HVAC Application Specific Controller (ASC) Engineering.b. DX 9100 Engineeringc. Field Equipment Controller (FEC) Engineeringd. FEC Custom Programminge. Logic Connector Tool (LCT)f. System Connector Tool (SCT)g. Programmable Logic Connector (PLC)h. Graphics Generation Tool (GGT)3. Qualified programmers should be able to troubleshoot and resolve complex building systems/EMSprogramming/SOOs and provide solutions for improved reliability and energy efficiency for all HVACmechanical systems configurations.

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Product Code: 93629

Agency Information

Issuing Agency: Appalachian State University

State: North Carolina

Agency Type: State and Local

Contact: Jeff Talbot Purchasing Department, 1039 State Farm Rd., Boone, North Carolina, 28608

Phone: 828-262-3190

Fax: 828-262-2510




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