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GC/CM Main Terminal Low Voltage Systems Upgrade

Publication Date
01/10/2019 03:08 PM EST
Closing Date
02/05/2019 05:00 PM EST
Issuing Organization
Port of Seattle
Solicitation Number

Specifications include, but are not limited to: This project replaces the Main Terminal Low-Voltage (MTLV) distribution system (600V and below), which provides power to every floor of the main terminal and is at the end of its serviceable lifespan. Since 2014, the project has completed a 30 percent design, including a full physical inventory and condition assessment of the low voltage distribution system in the Main Terminal. This early work demonstrated previous project scoping to be substantially inadequate; as a result, the project has effectively been redeveloped and now includes the appropriate level of work. The scope is divided among four main areas: normal power work, emergency power work, Central Terminal Power Distribution Load Center replacement, and metering upgrades. The project will progress by procuring a designer and a general contractor/construction manager (GCCM) to work together on construction phasing, operational coordination, and execution. The Main Terminal Low Voltage project team has Commission approval of funding to complete the project design and to advertise and execute a contract with a GC/CM. During design, the Port will negotiate a maximum allowable construction cost (MACC) with the GC/CM. The MACC determination with the GCCM will occur in 2021.

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