THE SOUTHWEST OHIO REGIONAL TRANSIT AUTHORITY
Invitation For Bid 67-2018
Motor Oil for Queensgate and Bond Hill IFB 67-2018 will be issued on September 24, 2018. Bids are due by 2:00 pm on October 15, 2018. Vendors who wish to participate in Metro contracting opportunities must register with Public Purchase to receive automatic notifications when solicitations are published and to submit for solicitations of interest. The link to register is https://www.publicpurchase.com/gems/register/vendor/register.
Cincinnati, Ohio. September 19, 2018.
REQUEST FOR QUALIFICATIONS
Overflow & Level Sensor Maintenance for MSDGC
RFQ # 2018-016
SEALED Statements of Qualifications (SOQs) will be received for the Metropolitan Sewer District of Greater Cincinnati (“MSDGC”) by the City of Cincinnati (the “City”), as sole management agency for the operation and maintenance of MSDGC at Two Centennial Plaza, 805 Central Avenue, Suite 234, Cincinnati, Ohio 45202:
UNTIL 1:30 PM on Friday,
October 12, 2018
Offerors must deliver their proposals to the City at Two Centennial Plaza, 805 Central Ave, Suite 234, Cincinnati, Ohio 45202, by the time and date specified above, either by hand or other logistics.
As of 9/20/2018, interested parties may download RFQ Documents from the Open Data Cincinnati website and should frequently return to the site to monitor for project-specific updates and addenda. https://data.cincinnati-oh.gov (Once there, simply click on the piggybank icon and then select “Procurement Opportunities and Contract Awards”)
Questions on this project or any part of the RFQ Documents must be sent via e-mail to MSD.PROCUREMENT@cincinnati-oh.gov by the established deadline. The deadline for questions is 1:30 PM local time on Wednesday, October 3, 2018.
A brief description of the services sought:
MSD maintains over 400 level sensors in the combined and sanitary sewer system. These are used to monitor overflows from Combined Sewer Overflows (CSOs), Sanitary Sewer Overflows (SSOs), and Pump Station Overflows (PSOs)s and to inform the Real-time Operations SCADA system. They are divided into three tiers, Tier 1 - Operational Control, Tier 2 – Regulatory Reporting, Tier 3 – Real-time Operations. This system is a vital part of MSD’s control of wet-weather facilities and the basis of regulatory reporting of overflow events. As such, MSD requires experienced data analytics and field crews to ensure data accuracy and assist with the maintenance of this equipment.
The following are the tasks/deliverables to be performed:
1. Install, calibrate and maintain level sensors throughout the MSD collection system.
2. Input all field data and review records into MSD’s FlowFinity database.
3. Review data in the telemetry system, data warehouse and SCADA system
4. Provide the necessary equipment to perform the work and, when directed, the sensors, dataloggers and telemetry
5. Assist with other data collection programs including water quality, flow monitors and other sensor data.
Cincinnati, Ohio. September 26, 2018.