Cherokee County Sealed Solicitation

Title: Type I Ambulances

Deadline: 1/29/2019 10:00 AM   (UTC-05:00) Eastern Time (US & Canada)

Status: Awarded

Solicitation Number: 2019-018

Description: The Cherokee County Board of Commissioners Purchasing Department (County) is requesting competitive sealed   Proposals in support of  Ambulances per the attached Specification and Statement of Work for the Cherokee County Fire and Emergency Services Department, meeting the specifications and as described herein.


Documents:

Addition 1

Posted: 2/20/2019

Type of Addition: Addendum 1 added to Contract

Overview: Proposals still being evaluated. Award date moved from 02/22/2019 to 3/06/2019.

Addition 2

Posted: 3/19/2019

Type of Addition: Addendum 3

Overview: Proposals are still being evaluated and scored. The Award Date is hereby extended to April 3, 2019.

Documents:

Addition 3

Posted: 4/4/2019

Type of Addition: Award Information

Overview: Purchase Order for two (2) Type I Ambulances during 2019 with Options to Purchase two (2) more per year during years 2, 3, 4 and 5 for a total of up to ten (10) Ambulances.

Amount: $435,888.00

Documents:

Question 1

Posted: 1/22/2019

Question: Page 27: Exhaust vent - Conflicts with Glove box requested, the standard location is the StreetSide upper rear to not conflict with the AC. Would this be acceptable? Page 41, 42: Do you wish a Cargo Safety Net or a "A" Crash Bar at the head of the squad bench? Page 44: Cot Mount - What Mounting system are you requesting? Antler lock Bars? Performance Load? or Power Load? What type of Cot are you currently using? Page 45: Sharps/Bio-Hazard: Ship loose - Could you supply the Brand name and size from your Supply officer to match your inventory? We would be happy to meet with the working department and crews to design a Type I Ambulance meeting the specific needs and standardizations of certain components and specific brands of equipment that have been specified by the crews for daily operations. Jerry

Response: Page 27: Exhaust vent - Conflicts with Glove box requested, the standard location is the StreetSide upper rear to not conflict with the AC. Would this be acceptable? Response: It is acceptable, please provide a drawing of this layout with proposal. Question #2 - Page 41, 42: Do you wish a Cargo Safety Net or a "A" Crash Bar at the head of the squad bench? The preferred is the crash bar Response: . Outfitting for both is acceptable. Question #3 - Page 44: Cot Mount - What Mounting system are you requesting? Antler lock Bars? Performance Load? or Power Load? What type of Cot are you currently using? Response: We currently use the Performance Pro Stretcher. The antler bar is requested. Question #4 - Page 45: Sharps/Bio-Hazard: Ship loose - Could you supply the Brand name and size from your Supply officer to match your inventory? We would be happy to meet with the working department and crews to design a Type I Ambulance meeting the specific needs and standardization of certain components and specific brands of equipment that have been specified by the crews for daily Response: We currently use a Red, Horizontal entry, plastic, 11”H x 10.75” W x 4.75” D, SharpSafety Gator Guard 5QT with locking lid

Question 2

Posted: 1/22/2019

Question: In the flooring section it calls for marine grade plywood. Would using composite flooring be acceptable for this bid?

Response: It is acceptable, please provide a drawing of this layout with proposal. Page 41, 42: Do you wish a Cargo Safety Net or a "A" Crash Bar at the head of the squad bench? The preferred is the crash bar Response: . Outfitting for both is acceptable. Page 44: Cot Mount - What Mounting system are you requesting? Antler lock Bars? Performance Load? or Power Load? What type of Cot are you currently using? Response: We currently use the Performance Pro Stretcher. The antler bar is requested. Page 45: Sharps/Bio-Hazard: Ship loose - Could you supply the Brand name and size from your Supply officer to match your inventory? We would be happy to meet with the working department and crews to design a Type I Ambulance meeting the specific needs and standardization of certain components and specific brands of equipment that have been specified by the crews for daily Response: We currently use a Red, Horizontal entry, plastic, 11”H x 10.75” W x 4.75” D, SharpSafety Gator Guard 5QT with locking lid.

Posted: 2/20/2019

Type of Addition: Addendum 1 added to Contract

Overview: Proposals still being evaluated. Award date moved from 02/22/2019 to 3/06/2019.

Posted: 3/19/2019

Type of Addition: Addendum 3

Overview: Proposals are still being evaluated and scored. The Award Date is hereby extended to April 3, 2019.

Documents:

Posted: 4/4/2019

Type of Addition: Award Information

Overview: Purchase Order for two (2) Type I Ambulances during 2019 with Options to Purchase two (2) more per year during years 2, 3, 4 and 5 for a total of up to ten (10) Ambulances.

Amount: $435,888.00

Documents:

Posted: 1/22/2019

Question: Page 27: Exhaust vent - Conflicts with Glove box requested, the standard location is the StreetSide upper rear to not conflict with the AC. Would this be acceptable? Page 41, 42: Do you wish a Cargo Safety Net or a "A" Crash Bar at the head of the squad bench? Page 44: Cot Mount - What Mounting system are you requesting? Antler lock Bars? Performance Load? or Power Load? What type of Cot are you currently using? Page 45: Sharps/Bio-Hazard: Ship loose - Could you supply the Brand name and size from your Supply officer to match your inventory? We would be happy to meet with the working department and crews to design a Type I Ambulance meeting the specific needs and standardizations of certain components and specific brands of equipment that have been specified by the crews for daily operations. Jerry

Response: Page 27: Exhaust vent - Conflicts with Glove box requested, the standard location is the StreetSide upper rear to not conflict with the AC. Would this be acceptable? Response: It is acceptable, please provide a drawing of this layout with proposal. Question #2 - Page 41, 42: Do you wish a Cargo Safety Net or a "A" Crash Bar at the head of the squad bench? The preferred is the crash bar Response: . Outfitting for both is acceptable. Question #3 - Page 44: Cot Mount - What Mounting system are you requesting? Antler lock Bars? Performance Load? or Power Load? What type of Cot are you currently using? Response: We currently use the Performance Pro Stretcher. The antler bar is requested. Question #4 - Page 45: Sharps/Bio-Hazard: Ship loose - Could you supply the Brand name and size from your Supply officer to match your inventory? We would be happy to meet with the working department and crews to design a Type I Ambulance meeting the specific needs and standardization of certain components and specific brands of equipment that have been specified by the crews for daily Response: We currently use a Red, Horizontal entry, plastic, 11”H x 10.75” W x 4.75” D, SharpSafety Gator Guard 5QT with locking lid

Posted: 1/22/2019

Question: In the flooring section it calls for marine grade plywood. Would using composite flooring be acceptable for this bid?

Response: It is acceptable, please provide a drawing of this layout with proposal. Page 41, 42: Do you wish a Cargo Safety Net or a "A" Crash Bar at the head of the squad bench? The preferred is the crash bar Response: . Outfitting for both is acceptable. Page 44: Cot Mount - What Mounting system are you requesting? Antler lock Bars? Performance Load? or Power Load? What type of Cot are you currently using? Response: We currently use the Performance Pro Stretcher. The antler bar is requested. Page 45: Sharps/Bio-Hazard: Ship loose - Could you supply the Brand name and size from your Supply officer to match your inventory? We would be happy to meet with the working department and crews to design a Type I Ambulance meeting the specific needs and standardization of certain components and specific brands of equipment that have been specified by the crews for daily Response: We currently use a Red, Horizontal entry, plastic, 11”H x 10.75” W x 4.75” D, SharpSafety Gator Guard 5QT with locking lid.