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Fuel Management System

May 28, 2014



Tenders are invited for Fuel Management System. WORK OBJECTIVE/SCOPE OF WORK This project will be 100% Turn-Key , meaning that from the specifications existing at the time of award, all work to provide a complete operating system will be the responsibility of the awarded Contractor, except where otherwise noted herein. The Contractor shall include all costs in their Proposal for design, equipment, labor, training and all materials necessary for a completely installed turn-key operating system at each of the City s facilities. The installation shall include integrating the existing electric supply for the pumps, monitoring kiosk, lighting, alarms and fire suppression into a single junction box with all necessary relays to effectively protect the facility with a single emergency cut-off switch. The installation shall also include the removal and disposal of all existing equipment, the installation of all concrete pads, footings or pedestals to support the new equipment, as well as all excavation, conduit, wiring and pavement repair to complete the work. All penetrations, whether existing or new, to the concrete containment structure shall be sealed to maintain and improve effectiveness. Use of existing conduits is preferred. Existing conduit is assumed to be usable. If a conduit is determined to be unusable, it is the sole responsibility of the Contractor to replace conduits, EYs, and explosion-proof packing as needed. The software system shall be housed at the Public Works Complex, 5750 Melaleuca Lane, with communication capabilities from the fueling site and possibly to other City sites. Through this RFP, the City is undertaking a cost benefit analysis/comparison of the purchase of a manual user input system and a system that offers wireless communication with no/minimal user input. 2-3 FUEL MANAGEMENT SYSTEM HARDWARE New fuel site controller pedestals must be mounted at least 2 above hut floor or current concrete floor or grade (if grade mounted) on a riser made from corrosion resistant materials. Pedestal interface screens and keypads shall be at eye-level or between 4 to 5 from the ground. Risers must prevent entry of water, sand or other debris into base of pedestals. Proposal must expressly show use of corrosion resistant materials. The fuel site controller shall be the main access point through which users will obtain fuel. The controller must be reliable, weather proof and reasonably protected from vandalism. Proposal must expressly show use of corrosion resistant materials. At a minimum, the system shall have: 2-3 FUEL MANAGEMENT SYSTEM HARDWARE - continued 1. Sufficient protected memory to preserve all transactions and programmable parameters; the system must be capable of handling a minimum of 200 active vehicles and equipment, reliably accepting and storing data from authorized transactions, keypad entries and dispenser-mounted pulsars. 2.

Major organization : CITY OF GREENACRES FLORIDA

Address : Purchasing Office, 5800 Melaleuca Lane, Greenacres, Florida 33463 Contact Person : Monica Powery

Country :United States

Tender notice number : 14-009

Notice type : Tender Notice

Open date : 2014-06-26



Tender documents : T22407538.pdf


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Source: TendersInfo (India)


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