Government Contract | California
Fire Alarm Maintenance and Repair

Bid Information


Bid Alert No: 00002892000

Bid Title: Fire Alarm Maintenance and Repair

Agency Bid No. Title: A211006820

Received Date: 01/24/2022

Close Date: 02/07/2022

Purchase Type: Term: 11/14/2024

Delivery Point: California Governors Office of Emergency Services, 3650 Schriever Avenue, Mather, California, 95655

Delivery Date: Not Stated

Special Notices: Pre-Bid Conference Mandatory 01/26/2022 10:00 AM, Questions Due By 01/28/2022 03:00 PM, Bidder Preregistration

Specifications

Specifications include, but are not limited to: A. Inspectionsi. Annual Inspections Testing and Certification of the Building Fire Alarm Systemper National Fire Protection Association Code.;a. Test main ONYX Series NFS2-3030 Fire Alarm Panel, interface equipment,LEDs, fuses, annunciators, power supplies and ground fault detection;b. Physically activate devices and control functions;c. Audible testing to be conducted during off or non-operational hoursii. Quarterly Inspections Inspections of Sprinkler System per National Fire;Protection Association Code 25a. Visual inspection of all devices;b. Test of all water flow/sprinkler tamper switches and pre-action systems;c. Alarm devices inspection and test;B. Reporting and Repairi. In the course of performing routine preventative maintenance services, shouldthe Contractor become aware of inoperable or malfunctioning equipment, itshall be the responsibility of the Contractor to immediately report their findingsverbally, and in writing to the contract manager.;ii. The Contractor will be responsible for submitting a written report of all neededrepairs, to include the required repair parts, within twenty-four (24) hours of thefindings.;C. Emergency Service Callsi. Contractor shall provide any necessary emergency repairs betweenscheduled tests upon request of the Cal OES Contract Manager.;ii. Contractor will ensure that emergency services will be available twenty-four(24) hours a day, seven (7) days a week to minimize system downtime.;iii. Upon the contractor being informed of the issue, response must be providedby telephone within thirty (30) minutes and service technicians must be onsite within four (4) hours.;D. Parts Replacementi. This Agreement will include replacement of any part that becomes worn orinoperable, or that otherwise affects the equipments operability in any way.A manufacturer's published price list for parts shall be submitted with theContractor's invoice to Cal OES. The Contractor must notify the ContractManager prior to ordering and/or installing the part. A written estimate of therequired part(s) must be submitted to the Contract Manager and approvedbefore replacement.;ii. Parts replaced by the Contractor under this agreement shall be new, factorymanufactured or of equivalent quality and must meet the industry standards.All parts replaced will be subject to price verification by Cal OES.

Bid Related Documents

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Product Codes: 99050, 99005, 99039, 93609

Agency Information


Issuing Agency: California Governor's Office of Emergency Services

State: California

Agency Type: State and Local

Contact: Flora Karami

Phone: 916-845-8808

Email: contractsunit@caloes.ca.gov

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