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ELEVATOR, ESCALATOR, AND MOVING WALKWAY MAINTENANCE SERVICES AVIATION AND PHOENIX CONVENTION CENTER DEPARTMENTS - REQUIREMENTS CONTRACT

Bid Information


Bid Alert No: 00000441867

Bid Title: ELEVATOR, ESCALATOR, AND MOVING WALKWAY MAINTENANCE SERVICES AVIATION AND PHOENIX CONVENTION CENTER DEPARTMENTS - REQUIREMENTS CONTRACT

Agency Bid No. Title: IFB 16-029

Received Date: 12/16/2015

Close Date: 01/22/2016

Purchase Type: Not Stated

Delivery Point: Phoenix, Arizona

Delivery Date: Not Stated

Special Notices: Pre-Bid Conference Optional 12/21/2015 02:00 PM, Site-Walk Optional 12/22/2015, Questions Due By 01/11/2016

Specifications

Specifications include, but are not limited to:Contractor shall maintain effective communication and coordination with the City,including timely and effective use of e-mail, telephones, faxes, pagers, etc., to ensure allstakeholders are aware of current equipment status, planned outages, injuries,vandalism, etc.2. Contractor shall cooperate in all respects with City representatives. Preventivemaintenance and non-scheduled maintenance tasks shall be coordinated with andscheduled around the daily requirements of site specific operations. Any majoroutages or repairs must be communicated to the CDCR immediately.3. Contractor shall attend meetings as required by the City.4. Contractor shall maintain all work areas in a clean and safe condition, including removingall office waste, and removing refuse generated in the maintenance and repair of the allvertical transportation. All such refuse shall be transported by Contractor for properdisposal.5. It shall be the responsibility of Contractor to immediately notify the City if an official incharge of compliance with the Occupational Safety and Health Act (OSHA), City ofPhoenix elevator inspector, or any other regulatory agency is visiting the work site ornotifies Contractor, or Contractor otherwise learns, of its intent to visit the work site.6. Contractor shall immediately provide the City with complete, legible copies of allregulatory documents including, without limitation, notices, violations, citations, andcomplaints, received by Contractor that pertain directly or indirectly to this Contract.The City will provide power to the main disconnect. Contractor is responsible for allrepairs and maintenance from the main disconnect.8. Contractor shall keep the equipment maintained to operate at the original speed, keepingthe original performance time, including acceleration and retardation as designed andinstalled by the manufacturer. The door operation shall be adjusted as required tomaintain the original door opening and door closing times, within legal limits.9. At least six (6) months prior to the end of the contract term, the CDCR may make athorough maintenance inspection of all equipment covered under the contract. At theconclusion of this inspection, the City will give the Contractor written notice of anydeficiencies found. Contractor shall be responsible for correction of these deficiencieswithin thirty (30) calendar days after his receipt of such notice. Contractor assistancemay be required for these inspections, and the Contractor will provide such assistance atno cost to the City. The City has sole discretion regarding the final deficiencies list.10. If, due to the fault or neglect of the Contractor, his agents, or employees, any of the Cityproperty, equipment, stock or supplies are lost or damaged during performance of thiscontract, the Contractor shall be responsible for such loss or damage and the City, at theCitys option, may either require the Contractor to replace all property or to reimburse theCity for the full value of the lost or damage property.11. If modifications are made to, or parts added to, the elevator(s), lift(s), moving walk(s), orescalator(s) due to federal, state or local entities requirements, the Contractor shallmaintain the modifications and/or additions in accordance with the specifications of thiscontract at no added cost to the City.12. Contractor, Contractors employees, and Subcontractors shall discuss status of damage,repairs, and maintenance with the CDCR or designee. At no time shall the Contractordiscuss the nature of the above mentioned to clients, guests, or decorators without theapproval of the CDCR.13. Contractor, Contractors employees, and Subcontractor shall immediately report anywitnessed misuse or abuse to vertical/horizontal transportation equipment to the CDCR.14. On an annual basis, at a minimum, Contractor shall provide a report listing any industrychanges, code modifications, or recommendations to improve operation ofvertical/horizontal transportation equipment. Additionally, based on Contractorsexperiences with and knowledge of the equipment, Contractor shall recommendedchanges to the MCP to improve maintenance services or to extend the life of theequipment. Such recommendations shall be provided to the CDCR for review andconsideration, whenever they are identified.15. Contractor is responsible for correcting all violations at no additional cost to the City.

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Product Code: 91013

Agency Information


Issuing Agency: City of Phoenix

State: Arizona

Agency Type: State and Local

Contact: Michelle Honea, Purchasing Division 251 W. Washington Street, 8th Floor, Phoenix, Arizona, 85003

Phone: 602-495-5792

Fax: 602-534-1933

Email: michelle.honea@phoenix.gov

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