Airbus Helicopter Maintenance

Agency: State Government of Ohio
State: Ohio
Type of Government: State & Local
NAICS Category:
  • 488190 - Other Support Activities for Air Transportation
Posted Date: May 19, 2020
Due Date: May 21, 2020
Solicitation No: 092-21
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Invitation No.: 092-21
Location: Aviation
Commodity: Airbus Helicopter Maintenance
Multiple Award
Pricing: http://www.dot.state.oh.us/Divisions/ContractAdmin/Contracts/PurchDocs/092pricing.xls
INVITATION TO BID (ITB)
State of Ohio, Department of Transportation
Office of Contract Sales, Purchasing Services
Jack Marchbanks, Ph. D., Director
Bid Submission Deadline (Bid Opening Date):
May 21, 2020 at 1:00 p.m. eastern time
1:00 P.M.
Submitted by:
Company Name:
Federal Tax ID No.:
Physical/Mailing Address:
Street Address:
P.O. Box:
City:
St:
Zip:
Contact Person and Phone Number:
(authorized to answer questions
about your company’s bid)
E-Mail Address (required):
(person who filled out bid)
E-Mail Address (required):
(for notification of future bid opportunities)
Remit to Payment Address:
Telephone Number
800 Number
Fax Number
Return Properly Marked, Complete Bid Packages To:
Ohio Department of Transportation
Office of Contract Sales, Purchasing Services, 1st floor
1980 West Broad St. Mail Stop 4110
Columbus, OH 43223
BIDDERS MUST SUBMIT ANY QUESTIONS, CLARIFICATIONS, OR INQUIRIES REGARDING THIS
INVITATION TO BID VIA THE FOLLOWING WEBSITE:
http://www.dot.state.oh.us/Divisions/ContractAdmin/Contracts/Pages/PurchasePBQ.aspx
Invitation No. 092-21
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APPENDICES
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ITB 092-21 Airbus Helicopter Maintenance, Repairs, and Parts 4/30/20
REQUIREMENTS/SPECIFICATIONS
Section 1:
Section 2:
2.1:
2.2:
2.3:
2.4:
2.5:
2.6:
2.7:
2.8:
2.9:
Purpose
The purpose of this invitation to bid is to establish a term contract with qualified firms for OEM
parts, components, modules accessories, and for the inspection and/or maintenance/repair
services for the Airbus AS350 AS350 B2 & B3 helicopters, and the Safran Helicopter Engines
Aerial 1D1 & 2D Engines in accordance with the bid specifications and terms and conditions
contained herein.
Please note: This contract does not cover service/parts to aircraft avionics, except those which are
incidental to repair or service
Pre-Qualifications
Bidders should submit with their bid a copy of their FAA Repair Station Certificate along with a
listing of the operational specifications.
The bidder must have, on staff, a factory trained mechanic and/or maintenance supervisor and
licensed FAA Airframe and Powerplant technicians performing all maintenance, repairs and
inspections. The bidder should provide in writing and attach to their bid a list of those individuals
who will be performing the work. Such information must contain the technician’s name, A&P
training and work resume showing previous experience on the model AS350 B2 and/or B3.
The bidder’s facility must be properly equipped to perform in-house inspections, maintenance, and
repairs
The bidder must have on staff an FAA certificated helicopter pilot with flight experience in
accordance with FAR 61.56 Flight Review and FAR 61.57 Recent flight experience: Pilot in
command. All pilots must have a minimum of 400 hours of flight experience in helicopters. Each
pilot must have completed an initial or recurrent AS350B2(B3) pilot training course within the
proceeding 24 calendar months that included the review of aircraft systems and flight manual,
emergency and abnormal procedures and flight instruction in an AS350B2(B3) aircraft or simulator.
The bidder should provide in writing with their bid a complete list of those individuals who will be
performing test flights. This list shall contain a copy of the pilots’ current medical certificate, pilots’
certificate, a copy of the logbook endorsement for FAR 61.56 Flight review and a copy of the
training record or certificate for the AS350B2(B3).
The bidder must use FAA “approved data” or have Block 3 of FAA Form 337 signed by an FAA
Inspector on all major repairs or alterations.
The bidder must resolve all maintenance discrepancies before returning aircraft to service.
The bidder must return all unserviceable parts removed from aircraft to the Office of Aviation.
The bidder shall have an up-to-date FAA drug program in effect.
The Vendor shall provide inside hangar space in the event that a helicopter must remain overnight.
In no case will it be acceptable for any State helicopter be left outside overnight, without the
approval of the ODOT Office of Aviation Administrator.
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2.10:
A pre-award inspection of a bidder’s facility may be performed by the Department prior to final
award of this contract to ensure that the bidder can meet the specifications of this invitation to bid.
This inspection may be done prior to final award, as well as randomly at the Department’s
discretion throughout the duration of the contract. The Department may note any deficiencies
during this inspection and may require the bidder to cure the deficiency prior to awarding a contract
to the bidder. Failure to correct any discrepancies found during an inspection within thirty days may
result in either the bidder being deemed not responsible (if prior to award of the contract) or the
Department exercising its right to cancel the contract with the bidder immediately.
Section 3: References
Each bidder should submit the names, addresses and telephone numbers of three references of
recurring customers for Airbus AS350 maintenance/repairs. The references must be positive and
address the overall ability of the vendor and its employees to perform Airbus
AS350maintenance/repair services in order to be considered a responsible bidder. It is a
requirement of the contract that the vendor must have performed like services. References shall
only be accepted from the companies for whom Airbus AS350 maintenance/repair services were
performed.
Section 4: Bidder’s Location Requirements
Only bidders whose facility is located within a 250 mile radius of the ODOT Office of Aviation, and
can perform all the required maintenance and inspections, in addition to providing all of the
qualifications and discounts offered, will be considered for award of this contract.
Section 5: Repair/Maintenance
The Vendor must have the capability to provide emergency helicopter maintenance and technical
support on a twenty-four (24) hour schedule, seven (7) days a week throughout the duration of the
contract.
5.1: Charges
Time applicable to repair charged will commence when actual work begins on the equipment
regardless of equipment location. However, when the State requires the bidder to pick up or deliver
equipment to the bidder’s own repair station, transportation expenses will be included in the total
repair charges, but identified as a separate charge on the Vendor’s invoice. (See travel rules in
Section 6).
In the event that it is necessary for the bidder to dismantle the aircraft or otherwise expend labor
time to diagnose a malfunction or cause of failure, prior to commencing repair, and it then is
determined that no further work will be done, the Vendor will be paid for their time in accordance
with rates contained in this contract. The Vendor must use their best efforts to complete all work on
the aircraft as quickly as possible.
5.2: Flat Rate Manual
Bidders should provide with their bid a flat rate manual listing the approximate number of hours
necessary to make various types of repairs to the aircraft.
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