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SAMDAILY.US - ISSUE OF FEBRUARY 15, 2020 SAM #6652
SPECIAL NOTICE

J -- Kitchen Hood Cleaning (VA-20-00026534)

Notice Date
2/13/2020 12:11:17 PM
 
Notice Type
Special Notice
 
NAICS
561790 — Other Services to Buildings and Dwellings
 
Contracting Office
242-NETWORK CONTRACT OFFICE 02 (36C242) ALBANY NY 12208 USA
 
ZIP Code
12208
 
Solicitation Number
36C24220Q0344
 
Archive Date
04/13/2020
 
Point of Contact
Dolores Sachuk-ThompsonDolores.Sachuk-Thompson@va.gov
 
E-Mail Address
Dolores.Sachuk-Thompson@va.gov
(Dolores.Sachuk-Thompson@va.gov)
 
Awardee
null
 
Description
Page 4 of 4 This is a Sources Sought Notice. (a) The Government does not intend to award a contract on the basis of this Sources Sought or to otherwise pay for the information solicited. (b) Although ""proposal,"" ""offeror,"" contractor, and ""offeror"" may be used in this Sources Sought notice, any response will be treated as information only. It shall not be used as a proposal. (c) Any information received from a contractor in response to this Sources Sought may be used in creating a solicitation. Any information received which is marked with a statement, such as ""proprietary"" or ""confidential,"" intended to restrict distribution will not be distributed outside of the Government, except as required by law. (d) This Sources Sought is issued by VISN 2 Contracting Office in Buffalo, NY for the purpose of collecting information about Kitchen Exhaust Fan Cleaning for the Canandaigua VA Medical Center. The VA is seeking to provide for this requirement within 60 days of the award of the contract. The NAICS code identified for this requirement is 561790 Ventilation Duct Cleaning Services. The requirement is detailed in the Statement of Work section of this document. (e) Cursory market research has identified several small businesses that may be able to provide for this requirement. Contractors that are able to meet the requirements in the attachment are encouraged to email a capability statement and full information to Dolores Sachuk-Thompson at Dolores.Sachuk-Thomspon@va.gov. Please send all inquiries to: Dolores.Sachuk-Thompson@va.gov by 12:00 pm EST on Wednesday, February 19, 2020. Phone calls will not be accepted. - Part of the purpose of this Sources Sought is to determine the viability of set aside to a specific socio-economic category. Contractors shall identify the NAICS code for the services being offered as well as their size status under said NAICS. This information will be used to determine the viability of a set aside for this requirement. - Contractors shall also identify any Federal Supply Schedules that may carry the desired services. - Contractors shall identify pertinent point of contact for company, contractor DUNS number for size standard and socioeconomic verification in SAM and VIP. - Contractors shall include any relevant comments about the Attachment(s) if applicable. Statement of Work: Background: This is a requirement for a firm fixed-price purchase order for the labor, tools, equipment and materials necessary to completely clean exhaust hoods, vents and duct cleaning services in buildings 3, 4, 5, 7, 8, 35 and 36 located at the Canandaigua VA Medical Center, 400 Fort Hill Ave., Canandaigua, NY 14424. Period of performance shall be from , April 1, 2020 March 31, 2021 with a provision of four (4) options years. Service: Due to Canandaigua VAMC having active kitchens, work shall be performed Monday Friday with a start time between 3:30pm and 7:30pm EST and an end time of no later than 06:00am EST excluding Federal holidays. Federal holidays include: New Year s Day, Martin Luther King Day, Presidents Day, Memorial Day, Independence Day, Labor Day, Columbus Day, Veterans Day, Thanksgiving Day and Christmas Day. Scope of Work: Vendor shall provide all labor, tools, equipment and materials necessary to completely clean with approved methods in the following areas described below: Specifications: Building Number 3 First Floor Kitchen: Steam clean and degrease the following: One (1) exhaust fan. One (1) kitchen exhaust hood. One (1) kitchen exhaust hood supply vent. All associated kitchen exhaust hood filters. Apply Sheila shine product or equal to exterior surfaces of the exhaust hood systems. Affix appropriate stickers to all hoods with date completed. Building Number 4 Kitchen and Canteen: Steam clean and degrease the following: Two (2) exhaust fans. Two (2) kitchen exhaust hoods. Two (2) kitchen exhaust hoods supply vents. All associated kitchen exhaust hood filters. Apply Sheila shine product or equal to exterior surfaces of the exhaust hood systems. Affix appropriate stickers to all hoods with date completed. , Building Number 5 First Floor Kitchen and Bowling Alley: Steam clean and degrease the following: Two (2) exhaust fans (catwalk area above ceiling). Two (2) kitchen exhaust hoods. Two (2) kitchen exhaust hoods supply vents. All associated kitchen exhaust hood filters. Apply Sheila shine product or equal to exterior surfaces of the exhaust hood systems. Affix appropriate stickers to all hoods with date completed. Building Number 7 Kitchen Hoods: Steam clean and degrease the following: One (1) exhaust fans. One (1) kitchen exhaust hoods. One (1) kitchen exhaust hoods supply vents. All associated kitchen exhaust hood filters. Apply Sheila shine product or equal to exterior surfaces of the exhaust hood systems. Affix appropriate stickers to all hoods with date completed. Building Number 8 First Floor Kitchen: Steam clean and degrease the following: One (1) exhaust fans. One (1) kitchen exhaust hoods. One (1) kitchen exhaust hoods supply vents. All associated kitchen exhaust hood filters. Apply Sheila shine product or equal to exterior surfaces of the exhaust hood systems. Affix appropriate stickers to all hoods with date completed. Building Number 35 Kitchen Hoods: Steam clean and degrease the following: One (1) exhaust fans . One (1) kitchen exhaust hoods. One (1) kitchen exhaust hoods supply vents. All associated kitchen exhaust hood filters. Apply Sheila shine product or equal to exterior surfaces of the exhaust hood systems. Affix appropriate stickers to all hoods with date completed. Building Number 36 Day Treatment Kitchen: Steam clean and degrease the following: One (1) exhaust fans . One (1) kitchen exhaust hoods. One (1) kitchen exhaust hoods supply vents. All associated kitchen exhaust hood filters. Apply Sheila shine product or equal to exterior surfaces of the exhaust hood systems. Affix appropriate stickers to all hoods with date completed. Cleaning Requirements: Cleaning services shall include: all interior fan surfaces, hood interiors, ductwork interiors, enclosed sprinkler systems and all in line devices including turning vanes and volume dampers. Systems shall be cleaned using a combination of steam cleaning, power washing and hand cleaning. Cleaning is to include all interior items on the system from the roof or wall outlet. This will include all fan surfaces, fan housings, hood interiors, duct interiors, turning vanes, enclosed sprinkler system and all dampers Contractor Qualifications: Contractor shall to be certified by National Air Duct Cleaners Association (NADCA) with a certification in Air Systems Cleaning Specialist (ASCS) or certified by International Kitchen Exhaust Cleaning (IKECA) with a certification in Certified Exhaust Cleaning Specialist (CECS) . Either shall have a familiarity in EPA guidelines for cleaning. All cleaning shall be in done in accordance with the latest revised edition of the National Fire Protection Agency (NFPA) Code 96: Standard for Ventilation Control and Fire Protection of Commercial Cooling Operations All safety inspections shall be made in accordance with the latest revised edition of the NFPA Code 96, Standard for Ventilation Control and Fire Protection of Commercial Cooking Operations . In the event conditions are discovered during the cleaning process that may affect HVAC performance, operation or occupant safety, the contractor shall notify the COR via a Conditions Found Report . The contractor shall give the Contracting Officer s Representative (COR) not less than 3 weeks notice of intent to perform the work. The performance of work will be scheduled at an agreed upon time by the contactor, VA department manager, and the COR.
 
Web Link
SAM.gov Permalink
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Record
SN05561688-F 20200215/200213230136 (samdaily.us)
 
Source
SAM.gov Link to This Notice
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