UPGRADES TO CAMPUS DATA CENTER /SERVER ROOM DCS PROJECT # BI-RC-378 CCSU PROJECT #43-A0

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1 1.1 INTRODUCTION REQUEST FOR PROPOSAL NO UPGRADES TO CAMPUS DATA CENTER /SERVER ROOM DCS PROJECT # BI-RC-378 CCSU PROJECT #43-A0 Section 1. Administrative Overview This is a Request for Proposals (RFP) issued by the Central Connecticut State University (hereinafter referred to as the "University" or CCSU ) seeking proposals from experienced and qualified vendors to Design/Build a High-Efficiency Data Center for the CCSU. 1.2 AUTHORITY This RFP is issued under the provisions of the Connecticut General Statute s 4a-52a and 10a-151b. 1.3 RFP ORGANIZATION This RFP is organized into the following sections: Section 1, Administrative Overview -- Provides Contractors with general information on the objectives of this RFP, procurement schedule, and procurement overview. Section 2, Scope of Work -- Provides Contractors with a general description of the University, the tasks to be performed, delineates University and Contractor s responsibilities, and defines deliverables. Section 3, Proposal Requirements -- Describes the required format and content for the Contractor's proposal. Section 4, Evaluation Criteria -- Describes how proposals will be evaluated by CCSU. Appendix I Appendix II Appendix III Appendix IV Appendix V References Form Instruction to Proposers Proposal Certification Required Forms (Bidder Contract Compliance Monitoring Report, Ethics forms, nondiscrimination certification) RFP Response Check List 1

2 Appendix VI Standard CSU Bid Terms and Conditions Appendix VII SEEC Form 11 Attachment A Firestone Roofing Warranty Pages 1 thru 18 Attachment B CCSU Informational Drawings RFP-1 thru RFP a MANDATORY PRE PROPOSAL CONFERENCE CCSU will conduct a mandatory pre-proposal conference on April 30, 2014 at 10:00 AM in CCSU s East Hall on Wells Street to review RFP specifications and requirements. Attendance at this pre-proposal conference is a prerequisite and a requirement to be qualified to submit a proposal. Proposals will be accepted only from those firms who are represented at the pre-proposal conference, as evidenced by the representatives signatures on the attendance roster. Failure to attend this meeting or late arrivals (10 minutes or more) will preclude your firm from submitting a proposal. 1.4b SUBMISSION OF QUESTIONS Contractors may submit questions via to The deadline for submission of questions is 4:30 p.m., E.S.T., on May 2, 2014 Any questions and their answers shall be published as an addendum. See section SUBMISSION OF PROPOSALS Contractors shall submit a clearly marked original plus no more than one hard copy plus one complete copy of their proposal electronically on CD or USB flash drive. Proposals shall be received by the CCSU Purchasing Department no later than 3:00 p.m. E.S.T., on May 15, 2014 at which time a representative of the Purchasing Department will announce publicly the names of those firms submitting proposals. No other public disclosure will be made until after the award of the contract. Proposals shall be mailed or delivered to: Thomas J. Brodeur, C.P.M. Purchasing Department, Marcus White Annex room 006 Central Connecticut State University 1615 Stanley Street New Britain, CT Any proposal received after this date and time shall be rejected. The outside cover of the package containing the proposal shall be marked: RFP Data Center, submitted by (Name of Contractor) 1.6 FORMATION OF AGREEMENT The response to this RFP will be considered an offer to contract. At its option, the University may take one of the following actions in order to form an agreement between the University and the selected respondent: 2

3 Accept a proposal as written by issuing a written Notice of Award to the selected respondent(s) which refer to this RFP and accepts the proposal as submitted; or Enter into negotiations with one or more respondents in an effort to reach a mutually satisfactory agreement that will be executed by both parties and will be based on this RFP, the proposal submitted by the selected respondent and the negotiations concerning these. CCSU may elect to conduct negotiations with proposers for purposes of resolving minor differences and informalities, clarifying necessary details and responsibilities, emphasizing important issues and points, receiving assurances from proposers and/or exploring ways to improve the final contract Because the University may use the alternative described in above, each respondent should include in his or her written proposal all requirements, terms or conditions it may have, and should not assume an opportunity will exist to add such matters after the proposal has been submitted. The University reserves the right to award a contract not based solely on the firm with the lowest cost/rates, but based on an offer which, in the sole opinion of the University, best fulfills or exceeds the requirements of this RFP and is deemed to be in the best interest of the University. The contract, when duly executed, shall represent the entire agreement between the parties. 1.7 DISQUALIFICATION OF PROPOSALS The University reserves the right to consider as acceptable only those proposals submitted in accordance with all requirements set forth in this RFP and which demonstrate an understanding of the scope of the work. Any proposal offering any other set of terms and conditions contradictory to those included in this RFP may be disqualified without further notice. A Contractor shall be disqualified and the proposal automatically rejected for any one or more of the following reasons: The proposal shows any noncompliance with applicable law. The proposal is conditional, incomplete, or irregular in such a way as to make the proposal indefinite or ambiguous as to its meaning. The proposal has any provision reserving the right to accept or reject award, or to enter into a contract pursuant to an award, or provisions contrary to those required in the solicitation. The Contractor is on the State of Connecticut Department of Labor Debarment List (current issue) The Contractor is in default of any prior State of CT contract The Contractor misrepresents information in their proposal 3

4 1.8 ADDENDA TO THIS RFP CCSU may need to issue one or more addenda related to this RFP. Such addenda shall be added to the original RFP document and posted at It shall be the responsibility of prospective contractors and other interested parties to familiarize themselves with the web site and visit it regularly during the RFP process for updated information or addenda related to this RFP. 1.9 RIGHTS RESERVED CCSU reserves the right to award in part, to reject any and all proposals, in whole or in part, and to waive technical defects, irregularities and omissions if, in its judgment, the best interest of CCSU will be served. Should CCSU determine that only one Bidder is fully qualified, or that one Bidder is more highly qualified than the others under consideration, a contract may be negotiated and awarded to that bidder. The awarded document will be a contract incorporating by reference all requirements, terms and conditions of the solicitation and the awarded contractor s proposal as negotiated FINAL CONTRACT All provisions of this Request for Proposal and the successful proposal, as mutually agreed upon by subsequent negotiation, provide the specifications for, and obligations of both parties to be executed by any duly authorized representative(s). This Request for Proposal and the successful proposal will constitute the fundamental outline of the awarded contract INSPECTION OF PROPOSALS and CONFIDENTIAL INFORMATION Proposals may be available for public inspection after the contract is signed by all parties. Information marked as confidential in any proposal shall be honored as such, to the extent allowable under the Freedom of Information Act. The University treats Proposals as confidential until after the award is issued. At that time they become subject to disclosure under the Freedom of Information Act. If a respondent wishes to supply any information, which it believes is exempt from disclosure under the Act that respondent should summarize such information in a separate envelope and each page submitted should clearly state "Confidential," but otherwise be presented in the same manner as the Proposal. However, any such information is provided entirely at the respondent's own risk and the University assumes no liability for any loss or damage which may result from the University's disclosure at any time of any information provided by the respondent in connection with its proposal CONTRACT INVALIDATION If any provision of this contract is found to be invalid, such invalidation will not be construed to invalidate the entire contract TERM OF CONTRACT The awarded vendor should be able to initiate installation as soon as possible upon approval of CCSU and be willing to accept a CCSU-related delay of one (1) year or more from date of 4

5 award. The initial term of the contract shall be from issuance of a CCSU Purchase Order through system delivery, installation and acceptance* by CCSU. *Acceptance is defined as the date on which the software is installed, has been shown to perform to the University's specifications, and vendor has guaranteed that the software is ready for user training SUBSTITUTES or EQUALS If bidding a substitute or equivalent to the equipment identified herein by manufacturer name, bidder MUST include COMPLETE information and specifications, including pictures, on the product being offered. Alternate or substitute bids without required information shall be deemed nonresponsive and will not be considered. All proffered alternates, substitutes or equals are subject to evaluation by CCSU. CCSU shall be the sole judge of whether any proposed item will fulfill its requirements for its intended purpose. For further information, see Connecticut State University System Standard Terms and Conditions section II.b AWARD NEGOTIATIONS Selection may be made without further discussion or negotiation; therefore, proposals should be submitted on the most favorable terms which can be submitted in response to this Request for Proposal. Proposals must demonstrate an understanding of the scope of requirements and the ability to provide said requirements set forth and must include information that will enable the University to determine the proposer's over-all qualifications. The University reserves the right to request additional information or clarification on any information included in the Firms proposal. Prior to the award, the University may elect to conduct negotiations with the highest ranked proposer(s) for purposes which include: Resolving minor differences and informalities Clarifying necessary details and responsibilities Emphasizing important issues and points Receiving assurances from proposers Exploring ways to improve the final contract 1.16 RFP TERMS AND CONDITIONS All proposals submitted under this RFP shall remain in effect for a period of ninety (90) days following the closing date to allow time for evaluation, approval and award. The terms and conditions should be reviewed carefully to ensure full responsiveness to the RFP. The anticipated High-Efficiency Data Center Agreement will be, in form and substance, consistent with applicable University policy and regulations and State of Connecticut statutes and regulations regarding the creation and execution of such Agreement. The failure of any respondent to receive or examine any contract, document, form, addenda or to visit the sites and acquaint itself with conditions there-existing, will not relieve it of any obligation with respect to its proposal or any executed contract. The submission of a proposal shall be conclusive evidence and understanding of the University's intent to incorporate such terms and conditions into the resulting agreement. 5

6 1.17 ADVERTISING In submitting a proposal, the Vendor agrees, unless specifically authorized in writing by an authorized representative of CCSU on a case by case basis, that it shall have no right to use, and shall not use, the name of Central Connecticut State University, its officials or employees, or the Seal of the University, a) in any advertising, publicity, promotion; nor b) to express or imply any endorsement of agency s services; nor c) to use the name of the state, its officials or employees or the University seal in any manner (whether or not similar to uses prohibited by subparagraphs (a) and (b) above) except only to manufacture and deliver in accordance with this agreement such services as are hereby contracted by the University INDEMNIFICATION The Contractor shall indemnify and hold harmless the State of Connecticut, including any agency or official of the State of Connecticut from, and against all costs, claims, damages, or expenses, including reasonable attorney s fees, arising from its negligent acts or omissions in connection with the performance of any Contract resulting from this solicitation Liens: The successful Firm shall keep the University free and clear from all liens asserted by any person or firm for any reason arising out of the furnishing of services or materials by or to the Firm Choice of Law and Venue: The terms and provisions of this RFP and any contract(s) resulting from this RFP shall be construed in accordance with the laws of the State of Connecticut Actions of Firm: The actions of the successful Firm with third parties are not binding upon the University. The Firm is not a division of the University, partner or joint venture of/with the University PREVAILING LAW The terms and provisions of this Request for Proposal, and any ensuing contract, shall be governed by and construed in accordance with the laws of the State of Connecticut CONTRACT TERMINATION FOR CAUSE The University may terminate any resulting contract for cause The University may terminate any resulting contract for cause by providing a Notice to Cure to the Vendor citing the instances of noncompliance with the contract The Vendor shall have ten (10) days to reply to the Notice to Cure and indicate why the contract should not be terminated and recommend remedies to be taken If the Vendor and the University reach an agreed upon solution, Landlord shall then have thirty (30) days after such agreement is reached to cure the noncompliance cited in the Notice to Cure. 6

7 If a mutually agreed upon solution cannot be reached within ten (10) days after receipt of Notice to Cure by Vendor, the University reserves the right to terminate the agreement If the mutually agreed upon solution is not implemented within thirty (30) days from the date of agreement, the University reserves the right to terminate the contract. Or if the noncompliance recurs the university reserves the right to terminate the contract TERMINATION FOR CONVENIENCE The University may terminate performance or work under the contract in whole or in part whenever, if for any reason the University shall determine that such termination is in the best interest of the University and/or the State of Connecticut. The resultant contract shall remain in full force and effect for the entire term of the contract period unless cancelled by the University, by providing the Vendor thirty (30) days written notice of such intention. If the University elects to terminate the contract pursuant to this provision, the Contract Administrator and/or designee shall notify the vendor by certified mail, return receipt requested. Termination shall be effective as of the close of business on the date specified in the notice 1.22 SEEC Form 11 All bidders are required to comply with the below SEEC requirements, and the requirements contained within SEEC form 11 located in this RFP With regard to a state contract as defined in P.A having a value in a calendar year of $50,000 or more or a combination or series of such agreements or contracts having a value of $100,000 or more, the authorized signatory to this submission or response to the State s solicitation expressly acknowledges receipt of the State Election Enforcement Commission s notice advising prospective state contractors of state campaign contribution and solicitation prohibitions, and will inform its principals of the contents of the notice EXECUTIVE ORDERS The Contract is subject to the provisions of Executive Order No. Three of Governor Thomas J. Meskill, promulgated June 16, 1971, concerning labor employment practices, Executive Order No. Seventeen of Governor Thomas J. Meskill, promulgated February 15, 1973, concerning the listing of employment openings and Executive Order No. Sixteen of Governor John G. Rowland promulgated August 4, 1999, concerning violence in the workplace, all of which are incorporated into and are made a part of the Contract as if they had been fully set forth in it. At the Contractor s request, the Client Agency shall provide a copy of these orders to the Contractor. The Contract may also be subject to Executive Order No. 7C of Governor M. Jodi Rell, promulgated July 13, 2006, concerning contracting reforms and Executive Order No. 14 of Governor M. Jodi Rell, promulgated April 17, 2006, concerning procurement of cleaning products and services, in accordance with their respective terms and conditions. 7

8 SECTION 2 SCOPE OF WORK 2.1 BACKGROUND CCSU was founded in 1849 as the New Britain Normal School and is Connecticut s oldest publicly supported institution of higher education. CCSU is a fully accredited four year university with an enrollment of approximately 7,400 FT and 4,200 PT students. Of the 7,400 full-time undergraduate students, approximately 2,200 live in campus residence halls. CCSU currently has nine campus residence halls. For more information see - CCSU is building a Remote Redundant Data Center on campus to meet the changing demands of the high density computing. The new High-Efficiency Data Center will be located in the existing Campus Energy Center which is a co-generation facility. The shell of the room is already built. CCSU is seeking a vender to design/build a data center with cooling, rack space, UPS, fire suppression, and connect that room to CCSU s existing electrical and IT infrastructure. 2.2 OBJECTIVES The University is seeking bids from experienced and qualified vendors to design/build a High- Efficiency Data Center that can meet the needs of high density computing. To be in line with the campus s Green initiative CCSU is seeking a design that uses Hot or Cold aisle Containment. 2.3 SCOPE OF WORK In collaboration with CCSU, the vendor shall design, provide, build and implement a High- Efficiency Data Center for CCSU in accordance with specifications in this RFP, the awarded vendor proposal, and any related negotiations. Includes, but not limited to, providing, installing, configuring and testing all hardware and software, Architectural /Structural (roof), mechanical (HVAC), electrical, and Fire Alarm/Fire Protection work. 2.3A IT GENERAL REQUIREMENTS The following are features that CCSU expects with the initial installation: 1. Rack design; High-Efficiency Hot or Cold aisle containment, such as APC InfraStruXure or equivalent. 2. Build to maximize the available space. See attached room dimensions 3. Provide 100 KVA power in-row, such as APC Symmetra PX 100kW, 208V 3 phase UPS or equivalent. 4. Rack PDU for each rack, such as APC AP8641, with NEMA L6-30P input plug or equivalent. 8

9 5. In row cooling units to support 100KVA power, supported in the rack designated. 6. Vendor must be experienced in the design/build of high density data centers, be known in the industry and have a viable support structure in place for setup, implementation, training and day to day functional and technical support. 2.3B IT SYSTEM TECHNICAL REQUIREMENTS AND INTERFACE 1. High-Efficiency Rack Design. 2. Provide Monitoring tools for the UPS/Cooling and Racks. Must have the ability to send alerts. 3. Design must provide at least 336 RU of available rack space. 4. The cooling should be in the Rack system. A solution that floods the room with cool air is not acceptable. 5. The Rack System should support closed aisle containment. 6. Data Center Cabinets Fully Assembled Height: 42U Width 24 Depth 47.3 Perforated front and rear door Side panels Black Casters and leveling feet Door handles with locks Baying kit Two full height rack PDU/cable management brackets 7. Integration into other network management systems for incident response. 8. Allow for the creation of users with varying security levels of Management/Monitoring software. 2.3C IT WARRANTY & SERVICE, SOFTWARE-MAINTENANCE SUPPORT AND TRAINING 1. All equipment and management software must have manufacturer provided toll-free telephone software and technical support available 24-hours/day, 365 days/year with maximum 4-hour response time but with real-time access and response for mission critical problems. 2. All equipment and management software must have manufacturer provided guaranteed immediate response time for mission critical problems. 9

10 3. All equipment and management software must have manufacturer provided training for both on and off-site. 4. User guide and technical and quick-reference manuals. Guides should include a list of error/fault messages and actions to be taken. 5. All equipment and management software must have manufacturer provided Technical support for implementing functional documentation for upgrades, releases, enhancements. 6. All equipment and management software must have manufacturer On-line help. 7. All equipment and management software must have manufacturer system updates that are provided as part of software maintenance agreement will be compliant with changes to Federal or State laws and regulation as necessary. 8. On-site set-up and implementation with company s support staff. Any response shall address clearly the above functions, in order, indicating (a) whether or not the proposed system offers these processes, (b) if so detailing how the process works, and (c) if not, the anticipated date when the process will be available for the offered system. 2.3D GENERAL CONDITIONS AND DESIGN 1. The vendor shall provide detailed engineering designs for Architectural /Structural (roof work) mechanical (HVAC), electrical, Fire Alarm, Fire protection (Sprinkler & FM 200) and IT equipment installation. All drawings shall be sealed and signed by a registered professional engineer registered in the State of Connecticut. All design drawings shall utilize CCSU background sheets and shall be submitted to the Office of the State Building Inspector and the Office of the State Fire Marshal for review and permitting. It will be the vendor responsibility to answer any and all comments and make corrections required. 2. Engineering and designs. a) Provide installation drawings for review by the customer. b) Provide one 50% drawing for review. c) Provide one 100% drawing for review. d) Provide three copies of 11 x 17 inch drawings with PDF version. e) Provide three copies 8 1/2 x 11 of the specifications along with a PDF version on CD for each review. f) Provide D size drawings for the 100% complete set. 1. Floor plans of the new equipment lay out. 2. All conduit and pipe routing shall be indicated on the floor plans. 3. Wall detail for the Server Room. g) Provide structural engineering services: 1. Structural design for the roof equipment supports. h) Provide the following mechanical engineering services: 10

11 1. Confirm all mechanical riser size. 2. Provide a mechanical riser indicating the piping sizes, valve and all required components for a properly operating system. i) Provide the following electrical engineering services. 1. Provide an electrical rise for the new UPS system and branch circuits. 2. Confirm all electrical load sizing. 2.3E PROJECT MANAGEMENT SERVICES 1. Provide single point of contact for the implementation of this project. 2. On site attendance for the Project kick-off meeting with the Client. & OSBI (Office of the State Building Inspector). 3. Develop a project plan and distribute three copies to the Project Team. 4. Provide a billing schedule at the beginning of the project. Billing shall utilize AIA Document #701 after approval of a schedule of values. 5. Maintain a daily activity log. 6. Confirm and communicate the hardware and delivery and implementation schedule. 7. On site attendance on all site activities or tasks. 8. Project manager will communicate any issues and notify the appropriate resources for resolution. 9. Provide all project closeout documents. 10. Travel and accommodations for Project Manager and/or Site Supervisor are included. 2.3F MECHANICAL 1. Row Based Precision cooling systems a) Provide (4) Air Cooled Row Based Precision cooling systems b) Each Row based unit to be Nominal 35kW, 10 Ton Capacity At 85F DB and 31% RH c) Air Cooled Condenser sized for 95F Ambient Temperature d) 460V - 3 Phase 60 hz e) Digital Scroll Compressor for energy efficiency at part load conditions (hot gas bypass not acceptable) f) Humidification and Dehumidification capability g) SNMP communication capability for remote monitoring h) Control air flow based on Cold Aisle Temperature and provide a temperature sensor for each rack. Monitor rack inlet server temperature through SNMP i) Provide Leak Detection for each CRAC, capable of shutting down unit if water is detected 11

12 j) Provide adjustable baffles to direct air where most needed k) All service work must be done from the front or Rear of row based cooling unit; it cannot be removed to perform any type of service l) All units must communicate with each other, preventing humidification / dehumidification fighting of each other m) Units must be installed per manufacturers recommendations n) Provide Reheat and humidifier lock out contacts 2. Freon These lines would be routed up an existing steel column and through new pitch pockets to be located in an existing unused rooftop curb. 3. Four single fan condensers will be located above the Server Room. 4. These units would be placed on rooftop pavers with the use of a crane. 5. Condensate drains shall be installed from each Server Room InRow unit to the closest floor drain. 6. One water line shall be installed from an existing water source within fifty feet of the Server Room for one of the InRow units. 7. One InRow unit shall have a humidification function. 8. All new piping shall be insulated and tested before introducing refrigerate gas. 9. Each piping run shall also include shutoff valves, check valves, and traps where required. 10. Provide and install one make up air fan and ductwork with damper for fresh air supply to the Server Room. 2.3G ELECTRICAL 1. Provide and install one 400A, 480V, Square D, I-Line, surface mounted, and distribution panelboard within the new Server Room. This panelboard shall include the following new branch circuits: a) One (1) UPS input circuit. b) Three (3) ACRD InRow input circuits. c) These breakers shall be shunt-trip. d) One (1) ACRRP InRow input circuit. 1. This breaker shall be shunt-trip. e) Four (4) rooftop condenser input circuits. 12

13 f) Install one (1) new 400A three-pole circuit breaker with a 400A trip unit in "Switchboard DSB" located in the Main Electrical Room. g) Provide and install two emergency power off (EPO) system at each door. 1. This system shall include a 120V control relay for HVAC shutdown. 2. Installation of one APC furnished EPO button. h) Interlock for the proposed fire suppression system. i) Provide and install HVAC condenser interlocks for each of the new InRows. j) These interlocks shall not share conduits with power supply circuits. Rack Mount PDUs Two (2) required per cabinet Input plug with 10 cord: Locking 3PH NEMA L21-30P Output Receptacles: IEC-C13 & IEC-C19 IP connectivity Metering of aggregate, branch and receptacle electrical parameters including voltage, amps, kw and kw-hr Control of individual receptacles k) Provide and install nine 1 x 8 surface mounted LED, 277V lighting fixtures. Cree CS-18 as well as exit lights at each door with self-contained battery back-up. l) Provide and install two light switch as well as occupancy sensor. m) Power for the proposed lighting shall utilize the new 400A I-Line wall mounted panel board. n) Provide and install four convenience wall receptacles within the Server Room. 1. These wall outlets shall be non-ups backed up and would be connected to the closest 208/120V panel board. o) Provide power to the fresh air make up fan from the closest 208/120V panelboard. p) Install one 20A shunt-trip breaker to be connected to the new EPO system. q) Provide power to the new fire control panel within the new Server Room form existing 208/120V panelboard. 2.3H UPS AND UPS DISTRIBUTION SERVICES 1. A 100KVA Modular Power distribution Unit. a) Input 480V 3 Wire plus Ground b) Output 208/120Y 4 wire plus ground c) Single input, true on-line, double conversion d) Automatic continuous duty static transfer switch 13

14 e) Isolated Neutral f) Withstand rating: 65kAIC g) Redundant Cooling Fans h) Casters and leveling feet i) SNMP web interface 2. Battery Cabinet a) Minimum 15 minutes run time at full load b) The battery is provided with a 3 year full & 7 year prorata warranty 3. Maintenance Bypass Cabinet a) Breaker wrap-around maintenance bypass with interlock by solenoid key release unit (SKRU) b) Distribution: Two (2) 42 Pole Panelboards c) Casters and leveling feet d) Output Isolation Transformer (480V:120/208V) 4. Startup Services a) Scheduled 7 x 24 x 365 b) Includes parts, travel and labor for the full one year warranty 5. TVSS - External Mounting Required a) AC input voltage 480Y/277VAC, Wye w/ Neutral (Three Phase, Five wire) b) Parallel connection c) All mode surge suppression, L-L, L-N, L-G, N-G d) 80 ka per mode, 160kA per phase surge current capacity e) Redundant individually fused MOV modules f) Sine wave tracking EMI/RFI filtering g) NEMA 4 enclosure h) Monitor panel on enclosure door i) ANSI/UL 1449 Third Edition Type 1, UL 1283 (Type 2 locations), cul (Type 2 locations) Listed j) Integral testing of individual suppression circuits k) LED status indicators l) LED status of individual suppression modules m) Dual Form C summary alarm status contacts n) Audible alarm including on/off switch with indicator and push to test switch o) Seven digit LCD adjustable transient counter to totalize voltage surges in both normal and common modes 6. A 72 pole Main breaker Panel. a) A minimum of 11 qty, 42u rack enclosures. b) A minimum of 22 metered Rack mounted PDU ( power distribution units) (vertical or ORMU volt with accompanying power distribution modules. 14

15 7. Cable Tray and Ladder sections. 8. Temperature and humidity Sensors. 2.3I FIRE SPRINKLER SYSTEM 1. Even though this project will include a Novec 1230 fire suppression system, this server room will require the provision of a complete sprinkler system within the server room, extended from the existing building sprinkler system, in order that the Building maintain the status of 100% coverage as required by NFPA # 13. In order to avoid a pre-action system it is the agencies desire to install 200 degree sprinkler heads for a simplified system to comply with code. All existing drawings and hydraulic calculations are available for review. New drawings and calculations are required to be submitted to the Connecticut State Fire Marshal s Office for review and approval. All drawings shall bear the stamp of Professional Engineer registered in the State of CT. (Existing system design completed 5/24/2004 by RYBAK Engineering, 132 Forest Ave., Warren, MA. Tel: ). 2.3J FIRE SUPPRESSION SYSTEM 1. Scope: The clean agent fire extinguishing system shall be designed for CCSU to perform as outlined in the following sub-sections and achieve a 4.7% (v/v) extinguishing concentration for Class A (Surface Type Fires) and Class C Energized Electrical Equipment) hazard. Within 10 seconds, the clean agent fire extinguishing system shall discharge 95% of the required suppression agent mass. 2. The clean agent fire extinguishing system shall consist of a Kidde Fire Systems agent cylinder and related equipment. The cylinder shall be either connected to a discharge pipe. The agent cylinders shall be filled with Novec 1230 fluid, and super pressurized with dry nitrogen to a working pressure of 360 PSIG at 70 F (24.8 bar gauge at 21 C). EXCLUSION: The work listed below shall be provided under other sections of the specifications. a) 120 vac power to the NOVEC 1230 panel b) Interlock conduit and wiring to ventilation equipment, dampers, and shunt-trip breakers c) Base building fire alarm work/security System tie-in d) Interlock conduit and wiring to equipment shutdown 3. CODES AND COMPLIANCE a) The design, installation, testing and maintenance of the clean agent fire extinguishing system, shall be in accordance with the following codes, standards and regulatory bodies: 1) NFPA 2001: Standard for Clean Agent Fire Extinguishing Systems 2) U.L.1266: Standard for Halocarbon Clean Agent System 3) ANSI B1.20.1: Standard for pipe threads, General Purpose 15

16 4) Factory Mutual Approval Guide b) The complete system shall have the applicable following listings and approvals: 1) Underwriters Laboratories (UL) 2) Factory Mutual Global (FM) c) All components of the clean agent fire extinguishing system shall be the products of the same manufacturer or listed by that manufacturer as compatible with those devices, components and equipment. 4. SYSTEM DESIGN CRITERIA a) A total flooding clean agent fire extinguishing system, employing Novec 1230 fluid, shall be installed to meet a minimum design concentration of 4.7 % by volume in all designated spaces to be protected. 5. QUALIFICATIONS a) Manufacturer 1) The manufacturer/supplier of the system hardware and components shall have a minimum of fifteen (15) years experience in the design and manufacture of systems of similar type 2) The manufacturer/supplier of the systems shall be certified to ISO 9001 for a minimum period of five (5) years for the design, production and distribution of fire detection, fire alarm and fire suppression systems. 3) The name of the manufacturer/supplier and manufacturer part numbers shall appear on all major components. b) Contractor 6. SUBMITTALS 1) The distributor shall be trained by the manufacturer to calculate/design, install, test and maintain the clean agent fire extinguishing systems. The Stuart L. White Co., Milford, CT is a Connecticut authorized Kidde Fire Systems distributor. 2) The installing contractor shall employ a person who can show proficiency to a NICET Level IV certification in special hazards design. 3) The Contractor shall confirm in writing that he stocks a full complement of spare parts and offers 24-hour emergency service for all equipment being furnished. 4) All onsite contractors shall show proof of 10 hr OSHA safety compliance. a) System drawings and engineering submittal shall bear the stamp of a registered State of Connecticut Automatic Fire Layout Technician. This requirement of the State of Connecticut and shall not be waived. b) The following shall be submitted for approval prior to the start of installation: 16

17 1) Shop drawings and component details 2) Manufacturer's certificate of acceptance of the qualifications of the installing contractor to install, test, maintain, and recharge the manufacturer's equipment. 3) Shop drawing shall indicate locations, installation details, and operation details of all equipment associated with the Novec system. Floor plans showing equipment locations, piping, conduit runs, and other details, as required, be provided. Floor plans shall be drawn to a scale of not less than 1/8" = 1'0". Elevations, cross section, and other details shall be drawn to a larger scale as required. 4) Sequences of operation, electrical schematics, and connection diagrams shall be provided to completely describe the operation of the NOVEC 1230 system controls. 7. SUPPRESSION SYSTEM REQUIREMENTS a) GENERAL 1) The clean agent fire extinguishing system shall consist of Novec 1230 fluid, agent storage cylinder(s), actuation hardware and a discharge nozzle(s) attached to a pipe network. 2) System design shall take into account corridors of protection due to Hot/Cold Aisle HVAC Containment systems. Additional discharge nozzles shall be considered to achieve uniform Protection. b) SYSTEM PERFORMANCE 1) System Discharge a. The discharge time required to achieve 95% of the minimum design concentration for flame extinguishment shall not exceed 10 seconds. c) PIPE AND FITTINGS 1) Distribution piping, and fittings, shall be installed in accordance with NFPA 2001, approved piping standards and the engineered fire suppression system manufacturer s requirements. d) NOZZLES 1) Total flooding clean agent extinguishing system nozzles shall be made of brass. 2) Each nozzle shall be located in the space per the manufacturer s guidelines. Nozzles shall have either a 180- or a 360-degree discharge pattern. 17

18 3) Nozzles shall be UL Listed and FM Approved for use with the manufacturer s clean agent extinguishing system employing Novec 1230 fluid. e) AGENT CYLINDER ASSEMBLIES 1) Novec 1230 fluid shall be stored in cylinder manufactured and marked in accordance with US Department of Transportation (DOT) specification 4BW- 500 and Transport Canada (TC) specification 4BW-M34. The agent cylinders shall be conditioned to F 2) Containers shall be of high-strength alloy steel construction that complies with the Department of Transportation regulation for refillable pressure vessels and conforms to NFPA Containers valves shall be actuated by solenoid operation only. Parallel wired initiators shall not be permitted. 3) Each agent storage container shall also have a pressure gauge facilitate visual supervision of the container pressure. Each container shall have a pressure relief device that automatically operates when internal pressure exceeds 805 PSIG. Each agent storage container shall be securely mounted to a rigid surface. The distribution piping shall be in accordance with the latest requirements listed in NFPA Standard ) All pipe length must be reamed, blown clear, and swabbed with suitable solvents to remove burrs, mill varnish, and cutting oil before assembly. For threaded fittings, Teflon tape only shall be used and applied to male pipe threads only. 8. CONTROL PANEL a) The contractor shall furnish and install where indicated on the plans, a Kidde "Aegis" control panel with enclosure mounted manual release and abort switch. Fenwal detector head and twist lock base shall be U.L. Listed compatible with the Kidde "Aegis" control panel. The manual release station shall provide a means of manually discharging the automatic fire extinguishing system. b) Audible Alarm Devices 1) Upon entering the alarm mode, audible indication shall be supplied by the steady sounding of an alarm electronic sounder. This unit shall be polarized for full supervision and U.L. Listed. It shall have an output of dba to 10 feet at 24 VDC. The sounder shall be provided with a red finish. All field wiring connections shall be made to terminal strips or wire leads on the device. c) Electrical Control Equipment 1) The Kidde "Aegis" control panel shall be used for the automatic fire detection and FM-200 fire suppression system. The panel shall be U.L. Listed and F.M. Approved and include the following: a) a central microprocessor control with display and control membrane 18

19 b) 24 vdc power supply c) transient and noise isolation d) battery standby power capacity for 24 hours of stand-by operation plus 5 minutes of alarm operation. 9. SYSTEM INSPECTION AND CHECKOUT a) After the installation is complete, the system shall be inspected by factory trained personnel in accordance with the manufacturer's recommended procedures.all wiring shall be tested for proper connection, continuity, and resistance to ground. The complete system shall be functionally tested in the presence of the Owners, and all functions, including system and equipment interlocks, must be operational at least ten (10) days prior to the final acceptance test. b) Each detector shall be tested in accordance with the manufacturer's recommended procedures. The system and equipment interlocks, such as door releases, audible and visual alarms, and equipment shut-downs shall function at that time. c) Each circuit shall be tested for trouble by inducing a trouble condition to the system. 10. TRAINING REQUIREMENTS a) Prior to final acceptance, the contractor shall provide operation training to the Owner's personnel. Each training session shall include emergency procedures, abort functions, system control panel operation, trouble procedures, and safety requirements. b) Each session shall include a complete demonstration of the system. Dates and times of the training period shall be coordinated through the Owner not less than two weeks prior to session. 11. OPERATION AND MAINTENANCE a) Prior to final acceptance, the contractor shall provide complete operation and maintenance instruction manuals to the owner. All aspects of system operation and maintenance shall be detailed, including electrical schematics of all circuits, a written description of the system design, drawing illustrating control logic and equipment used in the system. Checklists and procedures for emergency situations, troubleshooting techniques, and maintenance operations shall be included. 12. AS-BUILT DRAWINGS a) Upon completion of each system, the contractor shall provide copies of as-built drawings showing actual installation details, all equipment locations (manual stations, abort switches, alarms, detectors, control panels) shall be shown, as well as exact conduit and piping routing details and agent storage positions. 13. ACCEPTANCE TESTS a) Tests shall demonstrate the entire control system functions as intended. All circuits shall be tested: Automatic actuation, manual actuation, equipment shut-down, alarm 19

20 devices, and storage container pressure. In addition, supervision of each circuit shall be tested. The installing contractor shall provide a Door Fan Room Integrity Test for the protected space(s) in accordance with the requirements of NFPA WARRANTY a) All NOVEC system components furnished under this contract shall be guaranteed against defective design, materials, and workmanship for the full warranty time which is standard with the manufacturer, but in no case less than ONE (1) YEAR from the date of system acceptance. 1) System shall be under service contract by the installing contractor during the entire warranty period. 2) Tampering of the system or servicing by any others shall void this warranty. 2.3K FIRE ALARM SYSTEM A. The existing Campus and Building Fire Alarm system is and Edward System technology or EST system. The Vendor shall interconnect to FM 200 system via dry contacts to the existing Fire Alarm system in the event of a pre-alarm and or discharge. Conduit and wiring and programming will be required at the existing building control panel located in the Energy Center Office. The Agencies on call Fire Alarm Contractor for fire alarm work is AST, (Advanced Security Technologies, Inc., 1876 Barnum Ave., Stratford, CT 06614, telephone: (203) ). 2.3L SECURITY SYSTEMS A. Access control for IT Server room # in the Energy Center will require two multiclass hid proximity readers with keypads. Electric strikes are required for locking: one for a conventional frame and another two for use with a center mullion. All of which will terminate at an Andover ACX controller. Security will require door position switches in all doors and a motion sensor within the room. Arming and disarming the security system will be performed through two additional multi-class (white ) hid proximity pin readers. REX will be required at both doors at the top of each frame. ASSA cylinder will be specified by the CCSU locksmith. No substitutions will be accepted. B. All required software and licenses will be included in the price as well as configuration and programming of the system. C. Installation, programming, and configuration will be performed by a Continuum/Andover integrator. D. CCTV will consist of two Sony dh-280 IP cameras positioned on the exterior of the room over both entrances to enable observation and recording entry and exit. in addition, 3 Sony dh-280 IP cameras will be installed within the room to allow observation and recording of the rack units. All cameras connect back to the patch panel via cat 6 cable and jumped to the data switch provided by CCSU IT. 20

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