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PROJECT: HAS ENGINEERING/DESIGN SVC FOR EMERGENCY POWER & ELECT WORK [ 634 ]

SUMMARY
Project Name HAS ENGINEERING/DESIGN SVC FOR EMERGENCY POWER & ELECT WORK

Project Number 634

Location George Bush Intercontinental Airport [ IAH ]

SCOPE
There is inadequate power supply for Terminal A. The current switch gear is 40 years old. Relocated elecctrical vaults from basement area to above ground level. This includes the transformers and master switchgears. This project provides for services to evaluate and modify existing emergency power requirements for terminals and airfields, provide new above ground transformers and pads for electrical services to the core building of the Terminal A and B. IT is intended to enhance the infrastructure for all the airports. The project continues implementation of the HAS Capital Improvement Plan for greater reliability of electrical systems. Previous program efforts were included in project 490P, completed last year. Professional Engineering Services will include: 1. Conducting design meetings at IAH, HOU & EFD 2. Field investigation and consolidated one-line preparation at IAH, HOU & EFD 3. Electrical Studies (load flow, short circuit) and reports assocaited with it for IAH, HOU & EFD 4. IT infrasturcture evalutation for IAH, HOU & EFD 5. Terminal A & B electrical vault design replacement at IAH 6. Writing specifications and guidelines for Electrical & IT equipment 7. Providing AutoCAD drawings of Electrical, IT and infrastructure systems.

SCHEDULE
RFQ Date 9/28/2007

Estimated Duration 364 days
BUDGET
Design Budget $2,386,000

Design NTP Date 10/13/2008

Construction Budget $11,604,000

Construction NTP Date 5/1/2013

CONTACT INFORMATION

Houston Airport System
16930 JFK Boulevard
Houston, Texas 77032

281-233-3000 - phone

281-233-1874 - fax

Design PM
MELVIN PRICE
281-233-1966


Construction PM
MELVIN PRICE
281-233-1966
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