Department of Veterans Affairs
Veterans Health Administration (VHA)
Sources Sought Notice Obtain a qualified vendor to provide repairs of steam, condensate, hot water heating, water distribution and shilled water piping, valve and pumps.
This is a Sources Sought notice and not a request for quotes. This request is solely for the purpose of conducting market research to enhance VHA s understanding of your company s offered services and capabilities. The Government will not pay any costs for responses submitted in response to this Source Sought Notice.
This Sources Sought notice provides an opportunity for respondents to submit their capability and availability to provide the service requirement described below. Vendors are being invited to submit information relative to their potential to fulfill this requirement, in the form of a capability response that addresses the specific requirement identified in this Sources Sought, please ensure that you indicate your DUNS number on your response.
The Veterans Health Administration (VHA) is seeking to obtain a qualified vendor to provide repairs of steam, condensate, hot water heating, water distribution and chilled water piping, valve and pumps. The services shall be provided at the West Haven Connecticut VA Medical Center. The standard of services shall be of quality; meeting or exceeding those outlined in the general performance work statement as described below.
Refer to the General Requirements section below for the requested service description. This Sources Sought is to facilitate the Contracting Officer s review of the market base, for acquisition planning, size determination, and procurement strategy.
The purpose of this contract is to establish a contract for the repair of steam, condensate, hot water heating, water distribution and chilled water piping , valve and pumps.
Location of VA facility
West Haven VAMC
950 Campbell Ave
West Haven, CT 06516-2770
All contracted work shall be performed by a licensed tradesman according to the work being performed and work shall be performed to the current international plumbing and mechanical codes.
All replacement pipes and fittings shall be the required schedule, pressure rating and type appliable to the task being performed.
The contractor shall plan for confined space work with proper entry watch, air monitors and all other required equipment.
The contractor shall provide all necessary parts and materials necessary to make repairs. (i.e. piping, flanges, bolts, gaskets, fittings, tools, etc.)
The contractor shall preform the maximum number of repairs during normal business hours 7:00AM EST to 4:00PM EST, Monday through Friday at a time and date agreeable to the VA and the contractor. When repairs cannot be completed during normal business hours the contractor shall make repairs on weekends at no additional cost to the Government at a time and date agreeable to the VA and contractor.
At the conclusion of each repair the vendor shall provide a detailed report indicating at minimum the location, discrepancy, parts used and outcome of repair.
Upon completion of the project and as required daily, all materials and debris shall be removed from the station. Debris shall be disposed of by the contractor in accordance with applicable State Environmental Protection Regulations.
Interference to Normal Functions
The contractor may be required to interrupt their work at any time as not to interfere with the function of the facility, including facility repair etc.
In the event of an emergency, contractor services may be stopped and rescheduled at no additional cost to the Government
The Department of Veterans Affairs is a smoke free environment and smoking is not permitted at the facility.