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John F. Kennedy Space Center Engineering Directorate Life Support Facility Pre-Bid Information Meeting June John F. Kennedy Space Center Engineering Directorate Life Support Facility Pre-Bid Information Meeting June 28, 2006 Kennedy Space Center, FL 1

Overall Scope A-1 2 Overall Scope A-1 2

Relocation of Existing Equipment Tank Panels M-21 3 Relocation of Existing Equipment Tank Panels M-21 3

Panels M-22 Tanks 4 Panels M-22 Tanks 4

C-15 5 C-15 5

Contract Performance Period From Notice to Proceed 6 Contract Performance Period From Notice to Proceed 6

A-1 7 Priced Option #1 Metal Roof Canopy with Gutters A-1 7 Priced Option #1 Metal Roof Canopy with Gutters

C-5 8 Priced Option #2 Asphalt Paving & Striping C-5 8 Priced Option #2 Asphalt Paving & Striping

Priced Option #3 – Suit Storage Racks Outside of Facility A-3 9 Priced Option #3 – Suit Storage Racks Outside of Facility A-3 9

Priced Option #4 – Segregation of Construction Debris 01524 10 Priced Option #4 – Segregation of Construction Debris 01524 10

Priced Option #5 Metering Devices & Recording Infrastructure M-11 11 Priced Option #5 Metering Devices & Recording Infrastructure M-11 11

Priced Option #6 CO 2 Monitoring Devices & Augment DDC System for Humidity Monitoring Priced Option #6 CO 2 Monitoring Devices & Augment DDC System for Humidity Monitoring M-13 12

07141 Priced Option #7 Built-up Roof with Fluid Applied Coating Also in spec section 07141 Priced Option #7 Built-up Roof with Fluid Applied Coating Also in spec section 07550 13

Government’s Technical Team n n n COTR/Lead Design Engineer: Traci Just Alternate COTR: Don Government’s Technical Team n n n COTR/Lead Design Engineer: Traci Just Alternate COTR: Don Slayman NASA LEED AP: Krista Shaffer NASA Project Manager: Sam Ball A&E: Jones Edmunds & Associates A&E Project Manager: Rich Koller A&E LEED AP: Alice Schultz Commissioning Agent: Green. Time, LLC Commissioning Agent PM: Mike Hess Primary User/Customer: Dennis Dudzinski Oxygen/BAIR Expert: Joe Gaddone KCCS Expert: Larry Kiel 14

LEED n Leadership in Energy & Environmental Design n Why is NASA seeking LEED LEED n Leadership in Energy & Environmental Design n Why is NASA seeking LEED certification? n Sustainability is the right way to go. As stewards of the environment, NASA is striving to improve life on earth for future generations. 15

Why LEED? n Benefits of Green Design and Construction n Reduce air, water pollution Why LEED? n Benefits of Green Design and Construction n Reduce air, water pollution and destruction of natural habitats. Conserve energy. Reduce depletion of finite resources. n n n Green products are made with recycled content, come from renewable resources, or are biodegradable. Provide healthy indoor environments, improve productivity. Raise consumer awareness of green building benefits. LEED meets NASA’s goals 16

During Design … Costs Sustainability n Resources: n n LEED website, manufacturers, vendors, experts During Design … Costs Sustainability n Resources: n n LEED website, manufacturers, vendors, experts As you review the solicitation package, you may come across items that don’t appear to be standard practice. They probably aren’t n They are probably designed from a sustainable perspective. 17

So What Does This Mean For You? n LEED Certification n n Certification requires So What Does This Mean For You? n LEED Certification n n Certification requires attention to detail and proper documentation. Emphasis on sustainable “Green” products and construction practices. High level of communication/teamwork needed LEED Certification – Contractor Participation n Contractor buy-in and participation are key to success. Contractor shall designate an individual to serve as single point of contact for LEED. n n Government will look favorably upon contractors with successful LEED past performance for future procurements. LEED Construction is gaining momentum across the U. S. 18

So What Does This Mean For You? n LEED Meetings Regularly scheduled to discuss So What Does This Mean For You? n LEED Meetings Regularly scheduled to discuss LEED strategy & progress n Participation by Contractor and each subcontractor imperative to success. n n Commissioning Meetings Specification section 01810 n Participation by Contractor and each subcontractor imperative to success. n 19

So What Does This Mean For You? n Submittals n n n Green Materials So What Does This Mean For You? n Submittals n n n Green Materials n n n Contractor’s encouraged to submit CD with pdf’s & 2 hardcopies in order to reduce paper. Drawings larger than 11” x 17” to be submitted in hard copies Green materials preferred in all cases, required in some. Emphasis on installation methods with less waste, enhanced IAQ, recyclability and recycled content & other sustainable principles. Recycling n n Recycle to maximum extent possible http: //countygovt. brevard. fl. us/swr/recydir. cfm 20

So What Does This Mean For You? n Partnering n n Formal partnering meeting So What Does This Mean For You? n Partnering n n Formal partnering meeting at beginning of project is required. Education of Building Occupants Education increases success n Manufacturer’s representatives to provide training on HVAC Controls, Lighting, Plumbing (waterless urinals) n Training shall be videotaped by contractor n 21

So What Does This Mean For You? n Starting Permanent HVAC Equipment Building envelope So What Does This Mean For You? n Starting Permanent HVAC Equipment Building envelope sealed; no dust, dirt, fume operations n SMACNA IAQ Guidelines n n Construction Filters n n n All HVAC equipment – installation, testing Sealing Ductwork/Piping Exhausting Construction Fumes n SMACNA IAQ Guidelines 22

So What Does This Mean For You? n n n Maintaining Dry Equipment Maintaining So What Does This Mean For You? n n n Maintaining Dry Equipment Maintaining Dry Materials Construction IAQ Plan 23

So What Does This Mean For You? n n Building Flush-Out Recycled Concrete & So What Does This Mean For You? n n Building Flush-Out Recycled Concrete & Asphalt n DARCY = Diverted Aggregate Reclamation & Collection Yard at KSC landfill 24

So What Does This Mean For You? n Construction Records Accurate data required for So What Does This Mean For You? n Construction Records Accurate data required for LEED certification n Updated at regular meetings n www. usgbc. org 25

Commissioning n Building Envelope n n n Roof Windows Doors Joints n Lighting Control Commissioning n Building Envelope n n n Roof Windows Doors Joints n Lighting Control System n n Occupancy Sensors Daylighting Controls Dimmers Time Scheduling Mechanical Systems n n Ductwork HVAC Equipment Testing, Adjusting & Balancing Building Automation System 26

Commissioning – So What? n How is this any different from any other NASA Commissioning – So What? n How is this any different from any other NASA Commissioning project? Verify equipment/systems installed per manufacturer’s recommendations n Verify/document energy/water efficiency performance n Verify all O&M documentation is complete n Verify adequate training of O&M personnel is complete n 27

Commissioning – So What? n n Commissioning Agent Green. Time’s Responsibilities n n Observe/document Commissioning – So What? n n Commissioning Agent Green. Time’s Responsibilities n n Observe/document equipment/systems operate/perform as intended Chair commissioning meetings Review submittals, RFIs, D/Ws, etc. Contractor’s Responsibilities n n n Provide a finished, fully functioning project Participate in commissioning meeting Partner with commissioning agent and other team members 28

Oxygen & Breathing Air Systems n n Joint occupancy required after contractor installation of Oxygen & Breathing Air Systems n n Joint occupancy required after contractor installation of KC tubing & fittings Time is of the essence 29

Oxygen & Breathing Air Systems Tubing & KC fittings: • GFE • Responsibility of Oxygen & Breathing Air Systems Tubing & KC fittings: • GFE • Responsibility of Contractor • Cleaned & installed per KSC standard by Contractor • Certified Coordination will be key! M-21 and M-22 30

n n KCCS Kennedy Complex Control System Interoperability between local controls & equipment is n n KCCS Kennedy Complex Control System Interoperability between local controls & equipment is Contractor responsibility Validation of interface between building controls & KCCS via laptop simulating KCCS Specification section 15902 31

Fire Alarm System n n Open Specification Spec section 13850 32 Fire Alarm System n n Open Specification Spec section 13850 32

Metric System n “Measure Twice, Cut Once” 33 Metric System n “Measure Twice, Cut Once” 33