Presentation on theme: "1 1 Dr. Mark Stewart, Camden County Schools Steve Adams, Johnson-Laux Construction Jon Held, Georgia ezIQC SWC Project Manager Willie Moon, DOAS Contract."— Presentation transcript:
1 1 Dr. Mark Stewart, Camden County Schools Steve Adams, Johnson-Laux Construction Jon Held, Georgia ezIQC SWC Project Manager Willie Moon, DOAS Contract Manager SWC 90818 Neil Kammerer, EPA Green LED Electrical Consultant Energy Projects Camden County Schools LED Conversion Project
3 Removal of all interior standard and florescent light fixture components (Tubes, Bulbs, Wiring, and Ballast). Installation of LED Retro-fit components for all interior light fixtures in Camden County School Facilities. Project consisted of nine facilities; thousands of fixtures replaced; proper disposal of old components; all in approximately 5 weeks. Energy Savings Project Scope
4 Identify and Quantify existing Light Fixture per School Identify possible Energy Conservation Improvements Contact Lighting Consultants for new options Calculate Project Costs verses Energy Savings Calculate Break-Even Point Generate Installation Schedules Objectives
5 Product Choices / Acquisition Logistics / Scheduling during Christmas Break Managing Multiple Local Electrical Contractors to perform work in Multiple Sites Calculations of Savings to justify ExpensesChallenges
6 Product Kit includes – A new LED electrical clip & LED bulbs. Estimated Installation Time – Estimated installation time is 15 minutes per light fixture. Product Choice LED Fixture Retro Fit Kit
7 Retro Fit Kit Installation Open Fixture, Remove Lamps, Clips, & Ballast Install LED Clip to existing Wires Install new LEDs Properly dispose of all waste materials
8 8103 Bulbs4000 Fixtures 275,000 Square Feet High School 15 Electricians 5 Helpers 6 Days for Completion This included recycling of old bulbs and ballasts and clean up
9 4684 Bulbs 2000 Fixtures 144,338 Square Feet 15 Electricians 5 Helpers 3 Days for Completion Middle School *This included recycling of old bulbs and ballasts and clean up
14 Additional Savings Materials Costs, LED lifespan 8-10 years Maintenance Staff Labor Changing out Ballast & Light Tubes Cooling Costs, no more Ballast Georgia Power Rebate Check $163,000 Federal Tax Credit IRS-179D
16 Contact Alyssa Chapman Southeast ezIQC Director firstname.lastname@example.org 703-485-5439 email@example.com Alyssa Chapman Southeast ezIQC Director firstname.lastname@example.org 703-485-5439 email@example.com Jon Held Georgia ezIQC Account Manager firstname.lastname@example.org 678-429-5097 Jon Held Georgia ezIQC Account Manager email@example.com 678-429-5097
17 ezIQC® provides regional based Job Order Contracts that have been competitively awarded by a recognized purchasing cooperative. Local general construction, electrical, plumbing and HVAC contractors are available to start work immediately. These contracts are based on the Construction Task Catalog® of pre-priced construction tasks for all divisions of construction. What is ezIQC®?
18 Indefinite Quantity Construction (IQC) Contract- A firm, fixed priced, competitively bid, fast track, indefinite quantity type procurement contract specifically designed to accomplish small to medium, multi-traded, maintenance, repair and minor new construction projects. What does IQC Stand For? Firm Fixed Priced Contract Documents include a Construction Task Catalog ® of work tasks that are pre-priced Competitively Bid All Bidders submit a set of competitively bid Adjustment Factors to the fixed prices in the CTC ® Fast Track Average Procurement time of 20 days Indefinite Quantity The amount & type of work is unknown. No projects or tasks are identified at the time of bidding.
19 ezIQC Project Execution Owner enters a project into the ezIQC system Your local ezIQC Rep will quickly schedule a Joint Scope Meeting (1) Identify a Project Owner & Contractor jointly develop detailed scope of work Identify design components (2) Joint Scope Meeting Contractor develops detailed scope of work and price proposal from Construction Task Catalog® (3) Proposal Contractor commences work (6) Start Construction Owner issues authorization to proceed (5) Issue Work Order Owner reviews and approves price proposal, schedule, list of subs, and submittals (4) Proposal Review Note: Gordian serves as owner’s representative in steps 2 and 4.
20 Procurement & Admin Savings What is the indirect labor cost? What is the opportunity cost? Project definition and scoping Selection Process for tenderers Tender documentation Establishment of criteria for selection Tender Preparation Call for tenders Responding to invitations to tender and developing commercial offer Tender meetings and enquires Amendments to tender documents Submission and closing of tenders Tendering Tender analysis Tender clarifications Tender selection and awards Tender Evaluation Steps Phases