Port of Tacoma – RFB – Terminal 3 and Terminal 4 Shore Power Project – 071357/071664 – Due 4/5/22

Port of Tacoma – RFB – Terminal 3 and Terminal 4 Shore Power Project – 071357/071664

Due Date: April 5, 2 PM
Procurement Summary: The Work required for this Project includes: Installation of medium voltage (13.8kV to 6.6kV) electrical shore to ship power systems for the Terminal 3 and Terminal 4 vessel berths including substations and equipment such as transformers, switchgear assemblies, walk-in enclosures (including shore power switches, relays, controls, metering, status indications, and interlocks), power factor correction capacitors in enclosures, and 7.2kV shore power receptacles. Work includes installation of one new shore power vault on Pier 3 bullrail, wharf modification and trenching work, coordination with Tacoma Power for power switch and revenue metering installation, acceptance testing, and vessel commissioning.
The Port has been awarded Environmental Protection Agency (EPA), State of Washington Department of Ecology (Ecology), and TransAlta Grants for the work. Pursuant to 40 CFR, Section 33.301, the prime contractor shall make good faith efforts to award subcontracts to the fullest extent practicable to Disadvantaged Business Enterprises (DBEs). The winning contractor shall maintain all records documenting good faith efforts and provide to the Port when requested. See Section 00 72 00, Article 5.02 for additional detail. Questions Due 3/24/2022 Close of Business.
Note: In accordance with RCW 39.04.320, fifteen (15) percent apprenticeship participation is required for certain projects estimated to cost one million ($1,000,000) dollars or more.
Estimated Cost Range: Estimated cost range is $7,463,000 to $8,641,000, plus Washington State Sales Tax (WSST).

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