for heat exchanger replacement.
Northeastern Illinois University is seeking bids from qualified companies to furnish and install all necessary labor, material, and equipment required to complete the project known as Building C Heat Exchanger Replacement, which includes replacement of the existing shell and tube heat exchangers and hot water distribution pumps located in Building C. The primary heating energy source for the building will be high temperature hot water from the campus central plant. Two 1,155 MBH capacity shell and tube heat exchangers will convert high temperature hot water to low temperature hot water for space heating. Two base mounted end-suction centrifigal pumps will circulate low temperature hot water in Building C.
The heat exchanger and pump replacement will include all associated high temperature and low temperature water piping, valves, and associated auxiliary equipment, electrical power, instrumentation, and controls located in the basement mechanical room and also include cleaning, flushing and complete system testing and balancing. Demolition of existing ductwork and piping and the remaining building mechanical electrical plumbing is by others. The work is to be performed in coordination with the Capital Development Board project Mechanical Electrical Plumbing scope of work for the remaining building construction.
A MANDATORY pre-bid meeting will be held on Thursday, December 11, 2003 at 10:30am in the Building H Conference Room.
Obtain bidding documents after Wednesday, November 26, 2003 at Northeastern Illinois University, Facilities Management Building, 5500 N. St. Louis Ave, Chicago, IL, 60625; 773-442-5230. No deposit required.
The University reserves the right to accept or reject any and all bids or parts thereof. Vendor may expect payment thirty to sixty days after receipt of invoice, unless otherwise stated in the bid/RFP documents. Contingent on Board of Trustees approval. Illinois Department of Human Rights (IDHR) eligibility number is required on all bid proposals.
(Submitted by David Jonaitis, State Purchasing Officer.)