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Princeton Environmental Group, INC. Scope of Work For MSWE Permit Design Services
Princeton Environmental Group 57 Goffle Road Hawthorne, NJ 07506 T: (718) 767-7271 F: (718) 767-7187 www.princetonenvironmental.co m
TABLE OF CONTENTS
SECTION 1: Introduction
PEG Responsibilities & Scope of Work
Statement of Qualifications
Technical Scope of Work
EXHIBIT A :
Proposed Agreement Template
Schedules and Earned Value Milestones
SECTION 1 INTRODUCTION Background:
The City of Cleveland Department of Public Service operates the Division of Waste Collection and Disposal (DWC). This Division provides weekly collection of waste from 155,000 Cleveland homes, the West Side Market, Fire and Police Stations, the Justice Center, City Hall and other City Buildings and public areas. The Division of Waste Collection operates a municipal solid waste transfer station at 3727 Ridge Road, Cleveland, Ohio 44144. Municipal solid waste is brought to the transfer station via waste collection vehicles. The waste is gathered and loaded into transport trucks to be taken to landfills.
The City’s Department of Public Utilities operates the Division of Cleveland Public Power (“CPP”) for the purpose of supplying electric energy to customers located primarily in the City of Cleveland. In order to meet the goals of reducing Cleveland’s dependency on electric power purchase and the electric transmission grid, CPP seeks to assess the feasibility of a Municipal Solid Waste (“MSW”) Facility (the “Facility”) converting city waste to electrical power (‘MSWE) plant with-in the city boundary. Proposed Facility: The proposed MSWE Facility will utilize advanced and proven technologies including and not limited to gasification, steam compression obtained through Princeton Environmental Group (“PEG”), Inc., and Kinsei Sangyo Company. The Facility would process MSW, from both the City of Cleveland as well as the surrounding communities, to generate electrical energy as well as a number of additional marketable by-products such as recyclables, refuse derived fuel (RDF”) pellets, steam and decorative bricks. The Facility would process the MSW and recyclables in a Seven (7) step process identified as: (1) Collection; (2) MSW Handling and Processing; (3) Recycling; (4) Sorting and Shredding; (5) Steam Compression; (6) Gasification and (7) Electric Generation. This would enable the City of Cleveland to produce electric power locally, utilize MSW as a fuel source and also assist CPP in meeting anticipated state and local Advanced Energy Portfolio Standards (AEPS). Facility Location: The facility will be located at the City’s Ridge Road Transfer Station, at 3727 Ridge Road, Cleveland, OH, 44114. The Transfer Station operates on 10.6 acres of industrial land and municipal waste throughout the City of Cleveland is collected here then transferred on to landfills. In addition to the operational area, the City of Cleveland owns adjacent property to the west (occupied by the City of Cleveland Service Department) and to the south. The total acreage of City-owned property, including the Ridge Road Transfer Station but not the adjacent police shooting range, is approximately 20 acres. If the MSWE facility requires more space, the possibility of acquisition of surrounding land should be evaluated.
GLOSSARY OF TERMS BOD CSI CO COR CPP CSB DWC DPU PEG EAC EEO ETC EV EVM FAT HMI HVAC I/O NFPA NOA NTP OD ODC OEPA OEO O&M MSP PCCS DM DR PDR PEP PERRP PLC PMC RE RI RFQ RFI SOWR RPR SOW SD USEPA Basis of Design Construction Specifications Institute Change Order Change Order Request Cleveland Public Power Cleveland Small Business Division of Waste Collection and Disposal Department of Public Utilities Princeton Environmental Group Estimate at Completion Equal Employment Opportunity Estimate to Completion Earned Value Earned Value Milestone Factory Acceptance Test Human Machine Interface Heating, Ventilation, and Air Conditioning Input / Output National Fire Protection Association Notice of Award Notice to Proceed Operational Demonstration Other Direct Cost (reimbursable) Ohio Environmental Protection Agency Mayor’s Office of Equal Opportunity Operations and Maintenance Microsoft Project Plant Computer Control System Design Memorandum Design Report Project Definition Report Plant Enhancement Program Public Employer Risk Reduction Program Programmable Logic Controller Program Management Consultant Resident Engineer Resident Inspector Request for Qualifications Request for Information Statement of Work Request Resident Project Representative Statement of Work Systems Design United States Environmental Protection Agency
SECTION 2 GENERAL CONDITIONS 1.0 Project Staff: 1.1 Staffing the project will be the responsibility of the Princeton Environmental Group (PEG) and shall start immediately upon receiving Notice to Proceed (NTP) from DPU. PEG shall maintain continuity with regard to management and staffs assigned to this project throughout the duration of this Project and shall retain full right with regard to the management and technical staff assigned to the Project. PEG will have the right to make any changes in the Project Managers and key staffs, including Subconsultant personnel assigned to the project as long as it is in the best interest of the project. PEG will submit to the DPU’s Project Manager (PM) in writing of all proposed change. Should PEG change its Project Management and key staff, including Subconsultant personnel at any time during the project, DPU shall reserve the right to withhold compensation if DPU reasonably determines such change(s) will materially affects PEG’s ability to successfully perform and deliver contracted task(s).
Local Office: 2.1 PEG will maintain an adequately staffed and sufficiently equipped local office as specified elsewhere in the SOWR PEG’s Project Manager(s) and/or key staff will be available to meet with DPU as reasonably required.
Minority Business Enterprise (MBE), Female Business Enterprise (FBE) and Cleveland Small Business (CSB): 3.1 The City of Cleveland has established goals for CSB participation for each DESIGN CONTRACT of 10% of the proposed GRAND TOTAL fee. The CSB participation levels proposed by PEG that exceed the goals are highly encouraged. Correct completion of OEO forms, Schedules 1 through 6 (see ATTACHMENT D, City Forms) cannot be overemphasized. ALL schedules must will be filled out completely, signed, and returned by PEG. Schedules determined to be not applicable to PEG’s proposal shall be marked “N/A”, signed, and included in the proposal. PEG shall make every effort possible to distribute to its CSB Subconsultants any additional scope of work and associated fee which may be authorized by DPU. Distribution to CSB Subconsultants should be consistent with contractual obligations and commitments. CSB participation percentages shall be maintained or exceeded throughout the
project. 3.3 A list of certified CSB Subconsultants is available from the Office of Equal Opportunity, City Hall, Room No. 335, City of Cleveland; 601 Lakeside Ave.; Cleveland; OH. 44114. Contact person is Ms. Karen Cummings at (216) 664-3154. PEG will be responsible for obtaining the most current list and for contacting potential MBE/FBE Subconsultants. The City shall assume no responsibility for matching Prime Consultants with qualified MBE/FBE Subconsultants. OEO forms and information are available through the web at the following site: http://www.city.cleveland.oh.us/business_center/forms/business_forms.asp.
Compensation: 4.1 Actual compensation amount shall be determined as defined in ATTACHMENT A, Sample Agreement, and as determined during contract negotiation. Compensation shall be based on a Fixed Price defined by PEG as proposed in the Fee Proposal. The contract shall be defined in terms of Six (6) Primary Tasks: 4.2.1 4.2.2 4.2.3 4.2.4 4.2.5 4.2.6 4.3 Task 1 Task 2 Task 3 Task 4 Task 5 Task 6 Project Start up Basis of Design (BOD) Design Memorandum (DM) Design Report (DR) Permitting Close-Out
Tasks are defined in detail in SECTION 3, PEG Responsibilities and Scope of Work and are assigned a Fixed Fee. The Fixed Fee shall be based on the proposed fee and formalized at the time of contract execution. With-in Sixty (60) days from the contract execution, PEG shall submit the following: 4.4.1 Complete Staffing Profile by Task. This information will be included as part of the PEG first invoice to DPU. Complete Project Team Personnel and job classification: This list must include Subconsultants’ personnel. This information will be included as part of the PEG first invoice to DPU.
Attached to this proposed SOW by PEG, PEG has submitted its Costloaded schedule and Earned Value Milestone (EVM) definitions that define in discrete terms the deliverable to be provided, the schedule for submittal, and the amount of fee to be “earned” upon submittal. (See
EVMs define the Subtask level of the project. EVMs shall be applied for Tasks 1, 2, 3, 4, 5 and 6. Sample EVMs are provided in ATTACHMENT B, Reference Information. PEG is responsible for reviewing/revising the Sample EVMs to ensure project scope is met. PEG may be required to revise or add new EVMs throughout the project as directed by DPU. Any new EVMs are not listed in the PEG proposed Milestones (Exhibit B) will be considered as Optional TASKs which shall be governed by SECTION 3 of this SOW. PEG shall NOT receive credit for Earned Value of any of the listed Primary Task until all of the identified deliverables/submittals defined by the EVM of said Task are reasonably accepted by DPU.
Potential Optional Tasks are defined in SECTION 3, Princeton Environmental Group Responsibilities. DPU may elect to delete, substitute, reduce, or redefine these Optional Tasks as needed. The fee for Optional Tasks has not been predefined and shall not affect the cost competitiveness of the proposal. If DPU chooses to exercise an Optional Task, the staff hours and fee shall be negotiated with PEG on a fixed price basis. In this Agreement, PEG has option not to take on any additional Task(s) if PEG feel by taking on additional task(s) may jeopardize its ability to complete this Agreement as required.
Contract Agreement: PEG has put forth its proposed Sample Agreement to CPP as part of this SOW. (See Exhibit A)
Miscellaneous Information: 6.1 The City intends to issue a NTP once a contract has been fully executed by both parties. PEG agrees, by responding to this SOWR that the City is not liable for any costs incurred by PEG in the preparation of its SOW, or the SOW presentation, or during its contract negotiations with the DPU. PEG agrees that the City is not liable for any costs incurred before receiving Notice to Proceed, and that PEG shall at no time bill for any such costs. DPU reserves the right to award this contract excluding any Task,
Reimbursable expense, or any or all Optional Tasks. 6.5 Subcontracts for CSB firms shall be submitted to OEO for review prior to DPU issuing NTP. Failure to submit CSB subcontracts in a timely manner will delay Notice to Proceed.
SECTION 3 PEG RESPONSIBILITIES AND SCOPE OF WORK 1.0 1.1. General Responsibilities PEG shall assume full responsibility for itself and its Subconsultants. PEG is responsible for meeting the scope of services as described in this document. PEG shall communicate in all instances on behalf of its Subconsultants. PEG shall not “pass-through” communications, questions, issues, performance problems, etc. between DPU and the Subconsultants. PEG shall manage its own personnel and those of its Subconsultants with the common goal of fulfilling the needs of DPU and the requirements of the contract. PEG shall resolve issues internal to its team in the best interest of the project. PEG is responsible for conducting technical evaluations of issues and alternatives and for presenting its evaluation and recommendations in Technical Memoranda (TM) throughout the project. TMs should include a discussion of life-cycle costs (capital and operations and maintenance). PEG should not ask for direction but rather present evaluations in sufficient detail along with recommendations that represent the most technically and fiscally desirable solution. TMs shall be developed as appropriate however several specific TMs have been pre-identified as Task 1 deliverables. PEG shall provide adequate staff, both technical and administrative, to fulfill the requirements of its contract and to produce the required deliverables per the defined schedule. Personnel with demonstrated knowledge and experience in defined scope of services shall be assigned throughout design, permitting and closeout. PEG’s Engineer of Record for Ohio regulatory agency filing; and permit design Air permitting and for the systems/process engineering design work scope of this SOW shall be Licensed Professional Engineers in the State of Ohio. The Project Manager shall be knowledgeable about and responsible for execution of the contract from start to finish. The Project Manager shall have the authorization to assign resources and make decisions on behalf of PEG. Project Manager shall have adequate years of related experience managing projects similar in size, scope, and complexity to this project. The Project Manager is responsible for all project deliverables throughout the entire project. The Project Manager shall coordinate the efforts of the
Team in all Tasks. 1.10. The work scope identified in this section and throughout the SOWR is not intended to be all encompassing, specific statements of the engineering requirements for PEG. For this reason, PEG is responsible, as part of its design efforts, if PEG feels they are relevant and important to the design of this facility, to provide engineering development, evaluation, design and related services to review, modify as required, and implement the intention of the work scope identified. This includes all relevant engineering disciplines and the work products directly related to the facility design developed by these disciplines, whether identified or not, which are required to design the systems and processes discussed in this SOWR. The recommended modifications of designs identified in this SOWR may be based on technology known at the time of development. Therefore, PEG shall provide alternatives to the recommended design in its SOW, if, in the opinion of PEG, the alternative will result in a higher quality, more cost effective or operationally superior facility. PEG agrees that variations in the final design direction from the SOW will not justify additional fees. PEG’s contract fee shall not be increased or modified if alternatives are recommended and/or accepted by DPU. PEG shall ensure that delivery of the Kinsei gasification equipment shall be made within twenty-four (24) months after ordering of the equipment at mutually agreed terms and conditions. PEG shall submit a Pro Forma and Financial Projections to the DPU within twelve (12) months from the signing of this agreement.
Meetings 2.1. Meetings are an integral part of the project and are used for communication, presentation, and discussion of the many aspects of design, implementation, and coordination. PEG’s fee for attending and preparing for meetings throughout the life of the project, whether planned or unplanned, shall be included in PEG’s proposed fee. PEG’s Project Manager shall attend as minimum, monthly meetings to thoroughly present and review project issues throughout the course of the project. The meeting agenda shall be developed and issued by PEG at least three working days in advance of the progress meetings. PEG support staff attendance should be minimized, as it is expected that PEG’s PM shall be able to sufficiently present and discuss project status and issues. Attendance at meetings by other design team members (Subconsultants, discipline engineers, etc.) to discuss topics or issues is considered to be a typical design activity and shall not be considered for additional compensation. PEG shall provide to all meeting attendees design documents, preliminary
design facilities drawings, product literature, technical memoranda, or other material so as to provide thorough background and documentation of the issues. 2.5. PEG shall draft and distribute meeting minutes for all meetings in a format approved by the DPU PROJECT MANAGER. The meeting minutes shall be submitted to DPU in electronic (MS Word and PDF) format within three (3) working days of the meeting. PEG shall draft and maintain current, and distribute a meeting action item list. The action item list shall be a cumulative record of items that are being addressed. A template will be provided to PEG upon request. PEG shall prepare for and participate in Submittal Preview meetings and the submittal review process for each of the following submittals: Basis of Design (BOD) Presentation and Initial Design Memorandum (DM), Design Report (DR) and Individual Permit Applications listed as PEG’s responsibility. Submittal Preview meetings provide a forum for PEG to present an overview of its submittal to DPU staff. The overview shall be a formal presentation which includes, but is not limited to: a description of the Submittal’s content, summary of changes since the previous submittal, and issues/questions which may require resolution. Use of PowerPoint for the formal presentation is recommended. Additional submittal meetings may be held as necessary at DPU’s discretion.
2.10. Each preliminary design submittal shall be reviewed by DPU and/or its designee. PEG discipline-specific personnel shall be available during the review period to meet with reviewers as necessary to review and discuss design issues. 2.11. The submittal review process shall provide a forum for presentation of DPU comments. 2.12. PEG shall prepare for and participate in specialty design meetings as needed throughout the design. Meetings may include, but are not limited to all technical, process and permitting components of the design. 2.13. PEG shall prepare for and participate in coordination meetings with other Design Professionals or others as requested by DPU. 2.14. PEG shall prepare for and participate in meetings with agencies and committees, including but not limited to the United States and Ohio Environmental Protection Agencies, Landmarks Commission, Planning Commission, and other City and State organizations. All correspondence with such organizations shall be submitted to DPU for review and approval prior to transmittal to the organization.
Project Schedule 3.1. PEG shall develop and maintain a project schedule in the latest version of Microsoft Project. The primary schedule calendar shall be Monday through Friday, 8 hours per day. Should at any time during the Project, DPU determine that PEG’s progress is unsatisfactory towards meeting project goals (i.e. EVMs or Project Milestones), DPU may require PEG to submit a detailed recovery schedule and narrative description at no additional cost to the City. The recovery schedule shall address PEG actions required to meet project terms and conditions (i.e. EVM dates) which may be determined to be in jeopardy.
Invoicing and Reporting 4.1. PEG shall submit to DPU its invoices for progress payments as stated in the Fee agreement based on the Fixed Price payment schedule. PEG shall submit one (1) original and two (2) copies of the invoice. The Monthly Report shall include, but not be limited to a brief narrative description of the project, activities and accomplishments for the reported month, planned activities for the next month, identification of schedule concerns and variances, summary of budget status and variances, and key issues. The Monthly Report shall include an updated schedule. Schedule progress shall be reported as TASK PERCENT COMPLETE. A PDF view of the schedule shall also be included as part of the monthly report. A sample format of the invoice tables and monthly report will be provided to PEG upon request.
General Submittal Requirements 5.1. Unless directed otherwise, PEG shall provide ten (10) complete paper copies and one (1) electronic copy of each submittal. PEG shall not be required to confirm with DPU the number of copies required PRIOR to each submittal. Paper copies may include, but are not limited to, Basis of Design (BOD), Design Memorandum (DM), Design Report (DR), Permitting Applications, full size (22”x34”) and half-size (11”x17”) drawings, specifications, Technical Memoranda, Issues Resolution Matrix, presentations, and any supporting/reference documents and appendices as directed by DPU. Electronic copies shall be submitted on CD-ROM and shall include all files in original electronic format (Word, Excel, AutoCAD, etc) and the entire submittal, including all appendices and attachments, etc. in Adobe PDF format (with bookmarks).
PEG shall make every effort possible to deliver submittals at least three (3) working days prior to its scheduled Preview Meeting. PEG shall allow ten (10) working days following the Preview Meeting or date that DPU receives the submittal, whichever is later, for return of DPU comments on the submittal. PEG shall make every effort possible to resolve issues/action items within ten (10) working days from date issue are identified. The Action Item List shall be discussed at each bi-weekly progress meeting and shall be included with each meeting agenda and minutes. PEG shall incorporate resolved issues/comments into next submittal or submittal may be returned and considered incomplete and late. PEG shall draft an Issues Resolution Matrix with each design submittal which identifies critical project issues that require DPU input. PEG shall maintain a list of items to be deferred to future projects, action items list, changes needed or made to Master Specifications, and changes to DPU Engineering Standards. Templates for these items will be provided to PEG. Project Start Up PEG shall open an office in the City of Cleveland or in Cuyahoga County for this Project within Sixty (60) days of the signing of the Agreement. Above said office shall be adequately staffed and furnished Monday thru Friday between 9AM to 5PM with exception of national holidays. Evidence of this office and other required information listed elsewhere in this SOW must be submitted to CPP together with the 1st invoice by PEG to DPU.. Basis of Design (BOD) PEG shall not proceed with Basis of Design without written Notice to Proceed. Industry Creation: The Basis of Design work includes a Business Development component. A deliverable for this portion of the BOD work shall be submitted to DPU under separate cover as described below. 7.2.1. As a function of DPU, City of Cleveland awarding to PEG the System Design (SD) which shall lead to construction of PEG designed MSWE Plant, PEG as Project Manager shall assist the City in its efforts to attract advanced energy technology manufacturers and suppliers to Cleveland. 7.2.2. PEG shall assist the City in planning advance energy technology presentations of such manufactures that PEG designates may be interested in locating operations of any type in Cleveland,
Task 1 6.1.
Task 2 7.1.
including but not limited to preparing handouts and PowerPoint presentations. 7.2.3. PEG shall facilitate and assist with discussions between the City and Kinsei regarding the location of Kinsei facilities in Cleveland. 7.2.4. PEG shall open a Cleveland office within six months of contract execution. 7.2.5. In the event the City decides to move forward with the project after obtaining the air permit, PEG shall relocate its U.S. headquarters to Cleveland and locate any project-related manufacturing and/or distribution facilities in Cleveland. 7.2.6. Within Sixty (60) days of contract execution, PEG is to provide a list of the companies it will assist the City in working to attract. The list shall include company name, address, phone number, a primary contact, email address, industry type and any other information PEG or the City consider relevant. 7.2.7. The City is under no obligation to accept or utilize any entity provided by PEG with the exception of Kinsei gasification Design and equipments and, unless deemed appropriate by the City, the City's normal procurement practices will apply to how the City may utilize the products or services offered by the companies that PEG recommends again with the exception of Kinsei gasification Design & equipments. 7.2.8. Payment for this Business Development subtask shall be included in the overall payment for Task 1. 7.3. PEG shall prepare and submit an initial Basis of Design (BOD). 7.3.1. The BOD shall summarize in tabular format by discipline the entire scope of the project. All project components shall be outlined in detail. Design parameters of the project including SPEC writing, but not be limited to, ratings, capacities, design standards, design parameters, and regulations/codes by unit process and facility to be followed in the design by others. 6.3.2. The BOD shall include a detailed discussion of the City-supplied Waste Composition Study and its impact on the entire systems and process design. 6.3.3. The BOD shall contain a detailed description of all pertinent aspects of technologies and equipments to be integrated into the facility design including waste receiving and separation equipment, waste flow and conveyer systems, gasification process, steam compression process, brick manufacturing, steam production, electric power generation, fuel pellet compression units and any other component of the design.
6.3.4. The BOD shall discuss potential environmental impacts and risks of the facility and potential aesthetic, odor, sound, and traffic impacts on the community. 6.3.5. The BOD shall include a discussion on the required permits for the installation and operation of the proposed facility. 6.3.6. The BOD shall include a preliminary discussion on potential riskmanagement strategies. 6.3.7. PEG shall submit and present the initial BOD as a deliverable of Task 1. The BOD shall be updated and maintained current as design progresses. 6.3.8. The initial BOD shall become a section of the initial PEG System Design in the Design Memorandum (DM). 6.3.9. An updated BOD shall be submitted as part of the details in the PEG System Design in the Design Memorandum Submittals as defined in Task 2. 8.0 Task 2 8.1. Design Memorandum (DM) PEG shall not proceed with Design Memorandum (DM) without written Notice to Proceed. The DM shall detail the following items as a minimum: 8.2.1. Existing conditions at the Ridge Road Transfer Station. 8.2.2. Discussion to address feasibility, cost effectiveness, impact on plant operation, maintenance and constructability 8.2.3. Facility plant design recommendations, including a preliminary layout. 8.2.4. Provide an itemized +/- 20% estimated cost for entire facility based on preliminary layout. PEG shall provide a detailed breakdown of the cost of each system and/or component. 8.2.5. Provide a list of equipment and equipment suppliers to be named for each major component of the design. PEG shall also provide a list of performance and equipment guarantees for each system. 8.2.6. All Technical Memoranda (TMs) developed during the course of the design arranged by discipline. 8.2.7. A discussion of reason(s) why the project design direction was chosen. The DM shall provide a history of the design’s evolution from conceptual to proposed. 8.2.8. The DM shall include a section for Ohio EPA and any other
regulator correspondence, including, but not limited, to comments, permitting requirements, issues, resolutions, and approval correspondence. PEG shall provide a recommended Permitting Path for complete facility installation, construction and operation. PEG shall supply a table listing emission parameters and expected emission levels for each compared to regulations. PEG shall identify specific control technology to be used to ensure compliance with regulations. In addition, PEG shall include a discussion on net greenhouse gas emission reduction or increase explicitly. The discussion shall include a carbon balance equation. 8.2.9. PEG shall review and evaluate the DPU’s Engineering standards based on the information supplied by DPU and shall identify any conflicts in the standards as they relate to PEG’s standard practices and applies to the project design. Standard practices shall not be construed as personal preferences. PEG shall submit for review its technical evaluation and recommendations for revisions to the standards. 8.2.10. DM shall include a Design Issues Resolution Matrix. 8.2.11. PEG shall submit the initial DM as a deliverable of Task 2. The DM shall be supplemented and maintained current as design progresses. 8.2.12. PEG shall submit the final DM as a project Close-Out deliverable. 8.3. Primary System Functions and Performances 8.3.1. Facility Entrance and Weighing Station. A location for the weight scale shall be proposed as part of the preliminary facility layout. DM shall include a discussion of the type of weight scale, associated instrumentation, analysis and recording equipment, and any other related appurtances to be specified. 8.3.2. Waste Receiving Station. Design alternatives to existing Ridge Road Transfer Station shall be presented for the waste receiving station. Emphasis shall be on the required structure, enclosure, space requirements, waste contaminants, water, odor, dust, weather, and environmental concerns. 8.3.3. Sorting and Separation. A detailed discussion of the sorting and separation requirements for the proposed systems/process design shall be presented. The discussion shall focus on alternatives for all stages of multiple stage sorting, both manual and mechanical, including staffing and maintenance. Post separation of materials such as plastics and other materials not acceptable as clean MSW shall be presented. 8.3.4. Waste Distribution. DM shall present alternatives for waste distribution throughout the facility to the various processes. This discussion shall include staffing and maintenance issues.
8.3.5. Complete Material Recovery Facility (MRF). . All materials from daily received waste will be delivered to the MRF Center for separation and packaging. Design for a single stream, co-mingled waste separator shall be furnished. At the end of the process all materials shall be grouped and baled for cash sale. Options will be presented if PEG feels such options are capable of provide compatible performances. 8.3.6. Gasification. DM shall include a detailed discussion of the Kinsei gasification equipment and process, as well as limitations, maintenance and staffing requirements. Discussion shall include expected feedstock quantity, frequency and composition; sequence of operation, controls, as well as energy output. A complete energy balance equation shall be provided for all processes as part of the DM. 8.3.7. Municipal Solid Waste Steam Compression and Fuel Pellets. Steam compression technology alternatives shall be presented in this section. The technology discussion shall include the nature, volume and frequency of feedstock required, staffing and maintenance. Fuel pellet management equipment, processing for sale or for gasification process enhancement. 8.3.8. Decorative/landscape Tile and Brick Manufacturing. DM shall include alternatives for the processing of gasification ash and other waste construction materials into decorative/landscape tiles, bricks, and/or construction materials that could be sold as an alternate revenue stream for the facility. Discussion shall include permitting issues in the State of Ohio. 8.3.9. Steam Production and Power Island. A complete discussion of steam production technology alternatives, including a steam energy balance for electric power generation and other proposed steam applications within the facility, steam generation alternatives and electric power generation alternatives, including sequence of operation, monitoring and controls. 8.3.10. Electrical Interconnection Facilities. Discuss connection alternatives for the furnishing of electric power generated by the facility’s power island to the existing Ridge Road CPP Substation, and any required modifications to the electrical substation. CPP shall be responsible for the design of feeds into its substation. PEG shall be responsible for the design up to the output of the transformer. 8.3.11. Water Supply, Storage and Discharge System. Water conditioning, storage, treatment, and disposal equipment alternatives and strategies shall be identified and discussed. 8.3.12.Odor Control System. Odor removal and air flow control equipment and options shall be presented in the DM.
PEG is required to provide adequate information in the DM to allow the City to issue an RFP on the total facility design before December 31, 2010. Design Report (DR) PEG shall not proceed with Design Report (DR) without written Notice to Proceed. General Requirements 9.2.1. Professional Engineers knowledgeable and responsible for the project and licensed in the State of Ohio shall stamp the design specifications and Ohio Regulatory Agencies applications and filings. 9.2.2. Proposed systems/process design drawings and specifications and other documents within the scope of this SOW shall be prepared to allow preparation of a MSWE Facility Design Request for Proposal (RFP) package for solicitation of Design Professional Proposals. However, PEG is not required to provide detailed construction design drawings which may be necessary to prepare a detailed MSWE facility cost analysis for construction Proposal package. 9.2.3. Drawings shall be prepared for each discipline required to render a proposed systems/process design to be integrated into a facility design by a qualified Professional Engineering Design Services firm. Drawings shall be prepared in the AutoCAD 2010 version, or latest, and shall meet standard DPU format and notation. 9.2.4. Drawings shall be checked by PEG to ensure continuity with other drawings and between disciplines and with applicable specifications. 9.2.5. PEG is solely and ultimately responsible for the design of Phase I of the project and shall take ownership of the proposed preliminary design parameters, regardless of whether or not the parameters are included in the DPU Engineering Standards and Master Specifications. 9.2.6. PEG shall prepare Technical Specifications (AIA format), Division 02 through 17, in accordance with the DPU Master Specifications (to be provided by DPU) if applicable to this Agreement. Specifications shall address only the project scope of work and should exclude items not applicable to the current project. 9.2.7. Specifications shall define the recommended and acceptable equipment, process, and materials applicable to the project, within guidelines, as applicable and as established by the DPU Engineering Standards.
Task 4 9.1.
9.2.8. PEG shall complete the level of facility design necessary to obtain all air emissions permit(s) from the Ohio EPA. 9.2.9. PEG shall include a list of required permits, and include a schedule and requirements or conditions for obtaining those permits. A suggested Permitting Path for facility installation, construction and operation shall be included. However, PEG is required for the air permits application only. 9.2.10. PEG shall provide to DPU a draft of all required air emissions permit applications in adequate time for review and submittal to meet permit schedule. Following DPU review, PEG shall revise the permit applications and shall submit them to the respective authorities (Specific permit requirements are part of Task 5. Permitting). 9.3. Primary System Functions and Performance 9.3.1. Facility Entrance and Weighing Station. 9.3.2. Waste Receiving Stat ion. 9.3.3. Sorting and Separation. 9.3.4. Waste Distribution. 9.3.5. Complete Material Recovery Facility (MRF). 9.3.6. Gasification. 9.3.7. Municipal Solid Waste Steam Compression and Fuel Pellets. 9.3.8. Decorative Tile and Brick Manufacturing. 9.3.9. Steam Production and Power Island. 9.3.10. Electrical Interconnection Facilities. 9.3.12. Odor Control System. 10.0 Task 5 10.1. 10.2. Permitting PEG shall not proceed with Permitting without written Notice to Proceed. Required Permitting, Including Environmental Permitting 10.2.1. An undetermined number of permits by an undetermined number of regulators are required for the authorized installation and operation of the proposed Municipal Solid Waste to Energy Facility, all its associated components, and related operations. PEG shall present a detailed analysis and listing of ALL identified
permitting required for the legal, authorized installation, construction and operation of such facility based on all the design parameters and conditions, location, refuse composition, traffic, power generation, steam production. Scope of permitting required in this permit analysis shall not be limited to that required to process the contents of the City-supplied Waste Composition Study, but shall include all identified and selected waste composition required for the proper operation of the facility as proposed, and utilizing the proposed equipment for the proposed power/steam energy output. 10.2.2. All services, including anticipated meetings with the various authorities, shall be provided by PEG as part of the air emissions permit(s) application process. 10.2.3. PEG shall submit to DPU a draft of all air emissions permit(s) applications, modeling, analysis and all other reports required for proper documentation and submittal to regulatory authorities thirty (30) days prior to each submission for approval. PEG shall revise permit applications upon review. 10.2.4. PEG shall address, as part of its contract, any Notices of Deficiency issued by regulatory agencies in connection with the air emissions permit-to-install permitting process. 10.2.5. PEG shall submit each required air emissions permit(s) application(s), including making any required or needed presentations to regulators, or facilitate any required or needed meetings between the City of Cleveland, its agents, partners in this project, funders, stakeholders or others, as needed or required, to obtain all required permitting. PEG shall bear the cost of all air emissions permitting required for the approval of the process/systems in this contract. 11.0 Task 6 11.1. Project Close-Out PEG shall not proceed with Project Close-out without written Notice to Proceed. Record Drawings 11.2.1. PEG shall submit a set of Record Drawings at the conclusion of the project. Drawings shall conform to the DPU Engineering Standards and shall incorporate data, information, sketches and working drawings that reflect the proposed equipment/system design, including RFIs, change orders, etc. 11.2.2. PEG shall prepare a conceptual facility layout including equipment and instrument loop diagrams pertaining to the proposed design systems/process equipment and proposed plant layout. However a more detailed set of Mechanical drawings will be required as part of a complete set of Construction drawings including point to point
interconnections and wiring diagrams of which Princeton is not required to provide in this Agreement. 11.2.3. Record Drawings (including instrument loop diagrams) shall be submitted to DPU within four (4) weeks of project’s Final Acceptance. 11.3. Instrumentation Data Sheets 11.3.1. PEG shall provide instrument data sheets for each proposed control and/or monitoring equipment. 11.3.2. Instrument data sheets shall be submitted to the DPU PROJECT MANAGER within four (4) weeks of Contractor’s Final Acceptance. 11.3.3. PEG shall provide one (1) Mylar set, ten (10) complete paper sets and three (3) electronic copies of each submittal. PEG shall confirm with DPU the number of copies required prior to each submittal. Electronic copies shall be submitted on CDROM and shall include all files in original electronic format. 12.0 Optional Tasks 12.1. Optional Tasks may be exercised, deleted, revised, reduced, or substituted at the discretion of the Commissioner. Should PEG be requested to perform an Optional Task, the staff-hours shall be negotiated with PEG using actual hourly rates and the multipliers identified in this base proposal.
The following potential Optional Tasks have identified by DPU. 12.2.1. Additional Design Services, Construction Support and Document Management Support – Allowance for PEG to provide additional design and construction services and assign additional personnel to support and monitor design services and construction activities to be authorized at DPU discretion for emergent or unplanned work scope. 12.2.2. The Optional Task Allowance amount for this project shall be assigned during the project, if needed.
PEG has option to reject any Optional Tasks if PEG feels by accepting Optional Task(s) may jeopardize it time schedule and/or ability to implement defined Tasks in a timely schedule.
SECTION 4 STATEMENT OF QUALIFICATIONS Princeton Environmental Group, Inc. Princeton Environmental Group, Inc. is a full service environmental service company providing innovative, comprehensive waste-to-energy solutions. Princeton Environmental is the exclusive North American licensee of the GB Gasification Technology invented by Kinsei Sangyo Co. of Japan, a leading biomass/solid waste gasification engineering company with 69 patents worldwide including 5 in the U.S., over 300 waste processing gasification systems in operation and 40+ year records of success. Gasification is a flexible, reliable and environmentally friendly engineering that can turn a variety of low value feedstocks into high value energy/fuel products. The Princeton Gasification units convert waste into energy by processing solid and liquid waste at high temperature with minimal oxygen and creating ‘syngas.” Syngas is then utilized as the primary fuel required by system operation and producing heat, electricity, steam and other bio fuels. Princeton’s technology converts waste with higher than 95% efficiency; the remaining ash remnants are collected which can be sold as road paving or construction materials. Due to high fuel self-reliance, the operating costs of Kinsei equipment is far below comparable systems. Princeton Environmental provides larger waste systems for municipalities and smaller units for hospitals and manufacturing wastes. Princeton gasification systems are capable of processing a wide spectrum of waste including regulated and hazardous wastes such as hospital red bag waste, x-ray films, toxic chemicals and are capable of converting them to valuable energies for their hosting facilities. This technology has been validated by over 35 years of operation in Japanese municipalities, hospitals, laboratories, chemical and pharmaceutical companies. After 5 years of research and developments, Princeton has accumulated a group of advanced engineering and technology companies as a team providing comprehensive services and solutions to municipalities and large waste generators and capable of servicing them with turn-key solutions. Management Team: Mr. Peter Tien President Peter Tien is the founder and the President of Princeton Environmental Group, a professional company that provides total waste-to-energy solutions using the world leading gasification technology of Kinsei Sangyo, Company LTD. Japan.
Mr. Tien’s experience encompasses many facets of the industrial world including marketing and sales, administration and operations, manufacturing and engineering. He has held management positions with major US companies responsible for product research and development, market strategic planning, manufacturing and quality control. In the 80’s and 90’s, he successfully served and worked with companies such as IBM, Seagate, Osicom and Brother USA. Among all the companies that he served, Mr. Tien has been credited as an industrial visionary and a foremost forward thinking designer. Starting in the mid 90’s, he founded and cofounded a number of companies including General Technologies and National Logistics and sold them for a profit after successfully running them for 4 to 6 years. Some of his product designs from these endeavors are still generating continuous royalty income for him. Mr. Tien holds a Bachelor of Science degree from National Taiwan University, Taiwan and received advanced training in Industrial Design from Pratt Institute, New York. After 5 years of diligent efforts, Mr. Tien has successfully promoted Kinsei technology to major industrial groups and to municipalities throughout the United States. During this time, he has conducted extensive marketing research, met with potential clients and evaluated a number of potential applications for the Kinsei technology. Mr. Masamoto Kaneko Inventor, Chief Science Officer Mr. Masamoto Kaneko, founding owner of Kinsei Sangyo Company LTD, graduated from Gunma Prefecture University with a bachelor degree and established Kinsei in the city of Takasaki, Japan. Mr. Kaneko was invited to be part of the research team formed by the Japanese Government to identify effective waste elimination engineering. After 11 years of dedicated research, he adopted the principle of gasification and invented his proprietary process technology and named it the GB Solid Waste Dry Distillation Process. Kinsei commissioned the world’s first solid waste gasification system in 1978 and has designed more than 500 systems during the last 30 years. Today, Kinsei has been awarded 69 patents in 19 countries and has more than 300 systems in operation throughout Asia processing multiple waste groups including manufacturing and hazardous wastes. When Mr. Kaneko started his quest 50 years ago, his primary missions were (1) to eliminate waste effectively and efficiently, (2) recover waste energies to minimize fossil dependency. These were his missions back then and they are even more true today. 60% of Kinsei equipments are enhanced with energy recovery capacities. Masamoto Kaneko’s U.S. Patent List
Patent US 5,213,051, May 25, 1993 US 5,619,938, April 15, 1997 Title Apparatus for Incinerating Waste Material Method of Incinerating Waste Material by Way of Dry Distillation and Gasification Inventor Masamoto Kaneko Masamoto Kaneko
US 5,653,180, August 5, 1997 US 6,746,497, June 8, 2004
Apparatus for Incinerating Waste Material by Dry Distillation and Gasification Waste Incineration Disposal Method
Masamoto Kaneko Masamoto Kaneko
B. J. Britt, V.P. Of Energy Operation Prior to Princeton, Mr. Britt was a partner of Sterling Energy Services, LLC and has over 34 years experience in power/energy industries. During the past 12 years as a partner in Sterling Energy, he has been responsible for various activities including the development of new business in the areas of industrial energy efficiency assessments, project implementation and energy procurement. He also manages and reviews the energy audits for the clients of Sterling and consults with Sterling’s clients on decisions involving the changing gas and electric energy markets. He has special expertise in co-generation and power generation systems and analysis and works closely with industrial and commercial energy users to evaluate energy options and secure more competitive energy supplies from energy providers. Before Sterling Energy, Mr. Britt was a senior project engineer at Southern Electric International (SEI). While at SEI, Mr. Britt was responsible for the development of business activities that centered on using generation resources owned by a utility’s customers. These generation resources were primarily used by utilities to meet peak power needs. In addition, he developed relationships with several companies in the pulp and paper industry that focus on redeveloping their power generation resources as power supply assets for SEI. Mr. Britt worked in a variety of business areas in the Southern Company before joining Southern Electric International. Some of these are listed as follows:
The development of strategic marketing and resource supply strategies; Evaluation of financial impacts and economic viability of energy reduction strategies undertaken by customers; Identification and assessment of business risks and economic impacts associated with independent power and renewable energy projects; Review and negotiation of bulk power sales agreements; fuel procurement and delivery; Renewable energy resource availability; Analysis of environmental compliance, and Securing various government agency approvals for energy programs.
Mr. Britt attended Mississippi State University, where he earned a BS in Aerospace Engineering and Georgia State University earning an MBA in Finance and Economics. Anthony Margida, Ph.D. V.P of Operation Anthony Margida has 24 years experience developing and commercializing new technologies as well as company creation and funding in the specialty chemical, advanced material, adhesive, renewable energy, MEMS, lubricant, silicone, water purification and medical device industries. He is currently Executive Director for New
Global Ventures providing business development, funding and strategic partnering leadership for both domestic and international technology companies. Dr. Margida recently served as Company Formation Advisor for Battelle’s Emergent™ Services (2004-2007) and Glennan Microsystems Inc. (2006-2007) providing leadership for the creation of start-up companies in Ohio centered on NASA technologies. He authored the Emergent™ Services process for technology company creation and led the effort to form eight new technology based companies and help over 30 others in three years. The technologies of the assisted companies included alternative energy, micropower generation, extreme environment sensors, water purification, light scattering, and wireless implantable medical sensors. He served as Director of Technology for H.B.Fuller Adhesives and PolyOne Elastomer Additives as well as Commercial Development Leader for Lord Corporation. Dr. Margida has been instrumental in launching both the Magnetorheological Fluid business at Lord Corporation and the global footwear adhesive business at H.B.Fuller. He has played a leading role in establishing technology development and commercialization processes at Lord, H.B.Fuller, and Harwick. He has been awarded four patents and named PolyOne Technology Innovator of the Year in 2001. Dr. Margida received his Ph.D. in organic chemistry from the University of Akron (1984) and a BA from the College of Wooster (1979) graduating with honors at both institutions. He was elected Phi Beta Kappa at Wooster and received his business education at the University of North Carolina Kenan-Flagler Business School in the Program for Technology Managers (1995). Current Projects: USA AMP-Ohio: Mini Trash to Energy Power Plant A 300 ton/day trash to energy project is to be implemented in 2010 of which City of Clyde has entered a power purchase agreement, with approval of City Council, with Princeton Environmental Group. AMP-Ohio (American Municipal Power-Ohio) has approved the technology proposed by Princeton and will implement his project in 2010 and will consider additional 40-45 units among its cooperative members. US Army: Truck mounted, Mini Waste to Energy System From 26 companies, Princeton was selected to implement a technology validation project with a truck mounted, mobile mini waste to energy system using Princeton gasification technology. This equipment, once certified by the U.S, Army, will be equipped with U.S. military forces with total sale potential exceeding 100 systems. U.S. Military Base: Stationary Waste to Energy System Princeton has been selected to provide 6 testing units to U.S. Military bases in 2010 with daily processing capacity from 10 tons per day to 100 tons per day. Total sales potential is 180 military base installations of various capacities.
Sewage Solids Waste to Energy Project working jointly with United Water, Auburn, New Hemisphere and EPA, Massachusetts to design and build a sewage solids gasification system to be operated in a existing sewage processing plant located in Gloucester, MA using sewage solids syngas to power has turbine for electricity generation. Sales potential exceeds 10,000 applications. Japan Currently there are 300 systems in operation processing MSW, industrial waste and manufacturing waste. System are owned and operated by companies such as Mitsubishi, Hitachi, Good Year Tire, Bridgestone Tires, BML, Marutoku, Kao Food Manufacturing Co, Kirin Beer, Yokohama Tires, etc. with processing capacity from 5 tons per day to 150 tons per day. 60% of these companies are enhanced with energy recovery equipments producing heat, hot water and steam. China 48 systems are in operations processing hospital and hazardous wastes. 2 iconic systems in China near Shanghai are currently processing 1,000 ton per day of MSW for electricity power were designed or partially designed by Princeton design team and the power islands both of these 2 facilities are equipped by Princeton equipments. DOBCO INC. Dobco Inc. is an established multi-faceted general construction firm with $250M per project bonding capacity from “Zurich” which focuses on providing reliable and exceptional quality of Design-Build, Construction, Energy, Development, and Facility services to local, state, and federal governmental agencies. The company was incorporated on July 21, 1989 and has a principal address at 57 Goffle Road, Hawthorne, NJ 07506. Dobco Inc. will be celebrating its 25th Anniversary in performing construction projects. One of the key elements to our success is the ability to self-perform a magnitude of trades that includes but is not limited to concrete, masonry, structural steel, and heating, ventilation and air conditioning (HVAC) which gives us a competitive edge in the marketplace. Although our primary focus of work is in the public sector, Dobco Inc. has an established preferred subcontractor list that allows the ability to be equally competitive in the commercial and private markets. Capabilities: Design/Build Our emphasis is on quality, expedience and value. We invest in people, equipment and technology to assure our clients a cost effective solution. These advantages, along with DOBCO Group’s competitive pricing strategy provide cost saving opportunities, timely project completion and quicker occupancy for our customers. Whether your project is simple or complex, DOBCO Group will make dependable service an integral part of your design and construction experience. Your project will be
enhanced, and your costs reduced, by our focus on safety, quality, productivity and customer service. Our services include: • Concept development • Initial project design/budget • Architectural and engineering preparation/final design • Cost estimate/guarantee • Pre-construction planning and project implementation • Safe and efficient project construction • Team coordination • On time, on budget delivery • Post-construction warranty and maintenance • Full satisfaction/long term relationship Construction In today’s market, buildings are required to be more intelligent than ever before. Because of short delivery times and complexity of building projects, the key personnel in build teams must be highly trained and able to see a project from concept through delivery. DOBCO Construction Services delivers what clients need in today's demanding construction environments; we're seasoned experts in working with project team members to realize building designs. A central informational tool for all team members is employed so that a project may achieve constructability, maintainability, and sustainability. Development We provide sound advice during the early planning stages of a project, translating an owner’s goals and objectives into a clear and comprehensive presentation of strategies and approaches. This may involve evaluating existing facilities for functionality, adequacy and purpose as the prelude to designing new facilities. DOBCO Group brings over 10 year of property development experience to every project. This translates into an ability to identify, evaluate and acquire properties capable of fulfilling the desired goals. Our experience is particularly valuable during the critical due diligence phase when the financial, title, zoning, environmental and other representation, upon which acquisitions depend, are reviewed and verified. Facilities DOBCO Facilities Services specializes in flawless facility performance so our clients can focus on outperforming their competition. Our people have experience in the public and private sectors of various global markets. And whether we partner with our clients to provide tactical solutions to support their real estate strategies, or recruit, develop and retain our own on-site staffs, we help businesses enhance productivity. Our people have the optimal blend of capabilities and technical expertise to help clients achieve the highest levels of performance. Our top industry experts work in multiple facilities in nearly every market and they provide mechanical services to many more. With wireless connectivity to a continually updated database, our people benchmark performance across a variety of organizations and facilities types. Energy
DOBCO Energy delivers a broad range of energy expertise and services. From consultation and design/build to commissioning/re-commissioning and operation and maintenance, we can participate in project work during any phase, or every phase. And with a presence in nearly every market in the world, we can assemble the best combination of skills and expertise and quickly provide clients with the best solutions for their specific needs. Our team of energy professionals includes accredited experts, multi-disciplined professional engineers, efficiency and conservation experts, estimators, operators, and other energy specialists covering nearly every type of facility, for solutions that power business forward. General Contractors Most Recent Projects: Macarthur Barracks – West Point, NY Located at West Point Military Academy in New York; a lump sum contract to complete a total façade restoration for the historical student barracks. A traditional design/bid/build project delivery system was employed for project delivery. DOBCO Construction Services (DCS) worked directly for the Federal Government to deliver the project, swiftly, and within budget constraints so that the cadets may occupy the barracks for the upcoming year. Ravenswood Houses – Long Island City, NY DOBCO Construction Services (DCS) was chosen by the New York City Housing Authority as the contractor to complete a total site improvement at the Ravenswood Housing Complex located in Long Island City, NY, encompassing a total of seven city blocks. The project included the installation new pedestrian walkways and recreation areas for the residents of the complex. Through a process of tenant notification and strict schedule & phasing administration, DOBCO’s team successfully delivered the seven city blocks to the owner within the allowed time frame and within budget. General Grant Houses – New York, NY A large project south of West 125th Street between Broadway and Morningside Avenue, the site consists of nine buildings, 13 and 21 stories tall with 1,940 apartments providing housing to over 1400 families. DOBCO Construction Services (DCS) was chosen by The New York City Housing Authority do perform a complete restoration of the façades at the housing complex within a minimal time frame. Through the use of innovative equipment and specialized labor forces, the project was delivered on time and within budget. East Orange Campus High School – East Orange, NJ DOBCO Construction Services (DCS) was chosen as the prime general contractor to complete the addition of a New Auditorium and reception to the East Orange Campus High School as a new structure to complement the existing campus. Paired up with a creative design team in a traditional design/bid/build series, DOBCO Construction Services (DCS) delivered the new 700 student Auditorium seamlessly to the owner. John Y. Dater School – Ramsey, NJ DOBCO Construction Services (DCS) was chosen as the general contractor to complete construction of a new 90,000 sf. School building including cafeteria and gym adjacent to the existing John Y. Dater School. Construction was completed in innovative ways to
assure that the construction activities would not disturb the students attending classes at the adjacent existing school. After construction was completed, DOBCO Construction Services razed the existing school and developed the parcel into a recreational area for the students. Memorial School – North Haledon, NJ The work consisted of general construction services for a 62,000 square foot two-story school and 8,500 square foot of a single story multi-purpose room. DOBCO Construction Services (DCS) employed an innovative project team in conjunction with a cutting edge document management tool to painlessly deliver this project under budget and on time. Anisfield School of Business, Ramapo College of New Jersey– Mahwah, NJ DOBCO Construction Services (DCS) completed this project as the single overall contractor for the new Anisfield School of Business at Ramapo College of New Jersey. The project consisted of the construction of a new five story superstructure, including full basement and mechanical penthouse, this academic building connects to an existing four story classroom building. Faced by the owner’s eagerness to occupy the building and the architects perplexing design ideas, DOBCO Construction Services rose to the challenge to deliver a first class smart building to the owner on time and within budget. Dr. John Grieco Elementary School – Englewood, NJ DOBCO Construction Services (DCS) performed general construction activities at the Dr. John Grieco Elementary School project. The project consisted of the construction of a new three story elementary school totaling approximately 90,000 square feet. Coupled with an innovative design team and a proactive build team, DOBCO was able to facilitate all the requested needs by the owner to deliver a beautiful building within the limited time frame and under budget. Client List:
US Army Corp of Engineers, West Point, NY Dormitory Authority of the State of New York (DASNY), New York, NY New York City Department of Design and Construction (NYCDDC), LIC, NY New York City Parks & Recreation, Flushing, NY Port Authority of New York and New Jersey, Newark, NJ CPC Specialty Products, Inc Montessori Children’s House, Morristown, NJ Chesterfield Township Board of Education, Trenton, NJ NJ Turnpike Authority, New Brunswick, NJ Bridgewater-Raritan School District, Bridgewater, NJ Dallastown Area School District, Dallastown, PA Office of Design & Construction, Syracuse, NY Solanco School District, Lancaster, PA Cumberland Valley School District, Mechanicsburg, PA Burnt Hills - Ballston Lake Central School, Troy, NY State of New York, Office of General Services (OGS), Albany, NY General Services Administration (GSA), New York, NY New York City Housing Authority (NYCHA), New York, NY New York City Health and Hospitals Corporation, Jamaica, NY Yonkers Public Schools, Yonkers, NY Morris Public School Systems, Morristown, NJ Borough of Far Hills, Far Hills, NJ Millburn Township, Millburn, NJ Lakewood Board of Education, Lakewood, NJ State of NY, Facilities Development Corp., Albany, NY State University Construction Fund, Albany, NY New Brunswick Housing Authority, New Brunswick, NJ Pennsylvania Department of Transportation, Harrisburg, PA Cumberland Valley School District, Mechanicsburg, PA NYC School Construction Authority, LIC, NY
Human Resources Administration, New York, NY New York Life, New York, NY Regent Baby Products, Jamaica, NY
CPC Specialty Products, Inc., Ridgefield, NJ Host Marriot Corporation, Bethesda, MD Yeshiva Rabbi Dov Revel, Forrest Hills, NY
SECTION 5 TECHNICAL SCOPE OF WORK
PEG has prepared a detailed Primary Task and Sub-Task time schedule including earned value milestones in this SOW (see Exhibit B) Preliminary Technical Approach: Based upon the Scope of Work, the attached Exhibit B shall provide the technical approach describing how PEG intends to carry out its work.
SECTION 6 FEE STATEMENT 1.0 DP shall complete and submit with its Statement the Tables, Forms, and other information identified below. Scope Exceptions 2.1. The Fee proposed shall be based on the Scope of Services, conditions, and schedule as defined in this SOWR - NO EXCEPTIONS. The Fee Table, City-required Forms and OEO schedules identified in this Section may be found in ATTACHMENT C, City Forms.
Fee Table 3.1. Complete and submit Table 1, Fee Table.
The following is the Fee Table of this Agreement: MSWE Facility Design and Permitting Task 1 2 3 4 5 6 Project Star up Basis of Design Design Memorandum Design Report Stage 1 Air Permit Application Stage 2 Receipt of Air Permits Close Out TOTAL CONTRACT PRICE: Amount $300,000.00 $100,000.00 $100,000.00 $100,000.00 $100,000.00 $200,000.00 $600,000.00 $1,500,000.00
3.1.1. Electronic, editable Fee Tables are provided as a convenience (by request) to PEG for its use in preparing its Statement. DPU is not responsible for mathematical errors in Fee Table submitted by PEG. DPU reserves the right to adjust the proposed fee to correct identified mathematical errors. 3.1.2. Identify the pre-defined Optional Task Fee will be set if necessary
during the Work. 3.1.3. Identify Grand Total Fee.
3.1.4. Identify the total fee proposed for EACH CSB and the percent of the Project GRAND TOTAL each CSB represents. This must conform to OEO Schedules 2 & 3. 4.0 Sample Agreement PEG has submitted its proposed Sample Agreement with PEG proposed modifications and revisions (See Exhibit A) 5.0 City Required Forms 5.1. The City-required forms are to be completed by the PEG and submitted with its Statement. Subconsultants are NOT to submit these forms. Federal Taxpayer ID Form Northern Ireland Fair Employment Practices Disclosure Non-Competitive Bid Contract Statement
5.2. 5.3. 5.4. 6.0
Office of Equal Opportunity Schedules 6.1. The Schedules of MBE and FBE participation shall be fully completed and SIGNED. Participation should be designed to meet or exceed the goals for CSB utilization of 10%, respectively of the proposed GRAND TOTAL fee. Return EVERY Schedule, even if not applicable. Mark as N/A and sign the schedule. Schedule 1 Contract Employment Report (completed by PEG) Schedule 2 Schedule of Minority and Female Participation (completed by PEG) Schedule 3 Statement of Intent to Perform as a Subcontractor (completed by EACH Subconsultant) Schedule 4 Application for Certification as a Joint Venture (completed by PEG) Schedule 5 MBE/FBE Inability/Unavailability Certification (completed by PEG) Schedule 6 All Other Subcontractors Schedule of Participation (completed by PEG)
Subconsultants are to submit ONLY Schedule 3.
Consultant Statement of Period that Statement Fee is Valid.
SECTION 7 SCHEDULE AND MILESTONES 1.0 The schedule provides detailed Milestones for the project design at the Ridge Road Transfer Station. A schedule provided in the Project Definition Report is provided as a reference. The milestone dates to which the PEG should plan are identified below. PEG should develop its schedule and assign resources accordingly to meet the Milestone dates. 3.0 PEG shall explain any variance or deviation in its proposed schedule from that presented in the SOW.