The City of Nampa is seeking contract pricing for HVAC (heating, ventilation, air conditioning) preventative maintenance and repair for municipal buildings. Preventative maintenance and repairs may include, but not be limited to; roof top units, exhaust fans, energy recovery units, commercial size boilers, furnaces, chillers, air to air and ground source heat pumps, make up air units, fan coil units, unit heaters, and evaporative cooling units. Vendor will include sufficient quantity of pleated air filters for a quarterly change using a minimum Merv 8 air filter, bag filters as needed or required, and 1 annual belt change with a standby belt onsite. The successful vendor will be responsible for providing labor, supervision, materials, equipment, transportation, service, and the shop facilities necessary to perform high quality work. The vendor must be available 24 hours per day, seven (7) days per week, including all holidays.
The Service Provider shall retain professional personnel who have successfully and competently provided municipal facility HVAC maintenance and repair services on projects of similar scope and complexity. It shall be the Service Provider’s responsibility to develop and implement a routine maintenance program to effectively maintain, to the satisfaction of the City representative, all aspects of HVAC systems in City defined facilities. For the purpose of this contract, routine preventative HVAC maintenance shall be defined as scheduled routine inspection and proactive servicing of HVAC systems so as to facilitate heating/cooling with a minimal downtime. The routine maintenance and all repairs shall be provided in accordance with the highest standards of the industry, skill, workmanship, applicable trade practices, meet warranties and in conformance to all applicable laws, codes and regulations. The successful Proposer’s maintenance program and repairs shall, at a minimum, include but not be limited to the specifications outlined herein.
3.1. Be a company that has been in business and performing services specified herein for a minimum of five (5) consecutive years.
3.2. Possess and keep in force all licenses, certifications, bonds and permits required to furnish and perform the services specified herein.
3.3. Possess the ability to commit sufficient staffing, equipment and materials to perform the work required.