9120 FORT COLLINS 9-1-1 DISPATCH FURNITURE SYSTEM

Agency: City of Fort Collins
State: Colorado
Type of Government: State & Local
NAICS Category:
  • 337214 - Office Furniture (except Wood) Manufacturing
Posted Date: Apr 2, 2020
Due Date: Apr 24, 2020
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Financial Services
Purchasing Division
215 N. Mason St. 2nd Floor
PO Box 580
Fort Collins, CO 80522
970.221.6775
970.221.6707
fcgov.com/purchasing
ADDENDUM NO. 2
SPECIFICATIONS AND CONTRACT DOCUMENTS
Description of RFP 9120: Fort Collins 9-1-1 Dispatch Furniture System
OPENING DATE: 3:00 PM (Our Clock) April 24, 2020
To all prospective bidders under the specifications and contract documents described above,
the following changes/additions are hereby made and detailed in the following sections of this
addendum:
Exhibit 1 – Revised Compliance and Functionality Requirements
Exhibit 2 – Diagram of Fort Collins 9-1-1 Dispatch Communications Center
Please contact Marisa Donegon, Buyer, at mdonegon@fcgov.com with any questions regarding
this addendum.
RECEIPT OF THIS ADDENDUM MUST BE ACKNOWLEDGED BY A WRITTEN STATEMENT
ENCLOSED WITH THE BID/QUOTE STATING THAT THIS ADDENDUM HAS BEEN
RECEIVED.
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EXHIBIT 1
REVISED COMPLIANCE AND FUNCTIONALITY REQUIREMENTS
Please utilize the below revised Compliance and Functionality Requirements checklist in your
proposal.
Note: If non-compliant with any function below, please state available alternative options.
Stability – Function
Vendor
Compliance
(If applicable)
1.1 Proposed solution is designed specifically for 24/7 operations
in an Emergency Communications Center environment.
Standard office furniture will not be acceptable.
1.2 Proposed solution is modular in design for ease of
reconfiguration and upgrading.
1.3 Proposed solution should provide for construction of
console walls be made of solid core materials.
1.4 Proposed solution allows Sit-to-stand base shall be
connected to the console undercarriage with a footprint
designed to allow maximum stability based on the overall
size of the monitor surface.
1.5 Proposed solution provides for personal storage units as
part of initial proposal.
1.6 Proposed solution allows for personal storage units to be
removed or replaced without deconstruction on the console
unit.
1.7 Proposed solution ensures no obstructions for side-to-side
movement by the user within the console footprint.
1.8 Proposed solution provides that horizontal work surfaces are
supported by a formed steel sub-frame for maximum
durability.
1.9 Proposed solution is strong and rigid and able to meet all
required standards for furniture configuration and durability.
Input Surface
2.1 Proposed solution surface has the ability to lower to 22” from
the floor to accommodate the 5th percentile seated female
2.2 Proposed solution has the ability to raise to 57” above the
floor to accommodate the 95th percentile standing male.
2.3 Proposed solution provides adjustment throughout the entire
range, a critical function to meet ergonomic standards and
reduce repetitive strain injuries and carpal tunnel syndrome.
2.4 Proposed solution surface shall be large enough for multiple
input devices such as keyboards, mice and writing surface.
2.5 Proposed solution must allow for placement of input devices
with primary and secondary work zones to meet ANSI/HFES
100-2007 Human Factors Engineering of Computer
Workstations 5.2.4.1
Vendor
Comments
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2.6 Proposed solution must adjust to allow user to maintain
elbow angles between 70 and 135 degrees to meet
ANSI/HFES 100-2007 Human Factors Engineering of
Computer Workstations 5.2.1.1
2.7 Proposed solution provides for electronic height adjustment
of the primary surface must be independent of the monitor
height adjustment.
2.8 Proposed solution is controlled through a digital read-out to
ensure replication.
2.9 Proposed solution provides for adjustment control being
mounted in a location that meets ADA standards for
accessibility.
2.10 Proposed solution shall be available in a tilt design that
allows a 15 degree +/- manual adjustment.
2.11 Proposed solution shall be designed to provide unobstructed
knee clearance in the seated operating position in
accordance with ANSI standards.
2.12 Proposed solution must allow simultaneously adjustment of
primary surface and monitor supports in order to retain
relative positioning between both surfaces when changing
from sitting to standing. Must support both seated and
standing postures.
2.13 Proposed solution will allow adjustment of the line-of-sight
(viewing) distance between the eyes and front surface of the
viewable display area within the range of 19" and 31" to meet
ANSI/HFES 100-2007 Human Factors Engineering of
Computer Workstations 5.2.4.2.
2.14 Proposed solution shall have a static load capacity of 250 lbs.
and an equipment load capacity of 200 lbs.
2.15 Proposed solution provides for a lift mechanism control that
includes electronic sensing recognition of obstacles or
movement obstructions to prevent damage to console or
ancillary equipment.
2.16 Proposed solution allows for cabling required to operate the
consoles features be completely concealed. All cabling
control to allow tool free cable routing and non- removable
parts.
2.17 Proposed solution surface provides for user-accessible
power and video connections from the front of the console.
Monitor Surface
3.1 Proposed solution provides adjustment of monitors so that
the gaze angle to the center of the screen ranges between
15° and 20° from horizontal eye level. ANSI-HFES 100-2007
Human Factors Engineering of Computer Workstations
5.2.4.3
3.2 Proposed solution shall lower to at least 27” to allow for
appropriate viewing angles of monitors.
3.3 Proposed solution accommodates use of up to (8) 27” LCD
flat panel monitors with options for monitor use as a single
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tier or stacked configuration. Array should allow for
concurrent focal depth movement of at least 4 monitors at
once. Horizontal mounting array distance a minimum of 64”
and up to 114”.
3.4 Proposed solution controls must be mounted in a location
that meets ADA standards for accessibility.
Support Adjustments
4.1 Proposed solution adjustment speed shall not be less than
1.25” per second and not greater than 1.5” per second.
4.2 Proposed solution adjustment must be controlled through a
digital read-out to ensure precise replication.
4.3 Proposed solution does not include software for console
control.
4.4 Proposed solution adjustment controls must be mounted in a
location that meets ADA standards for accessibility.
4.5 Proposed solution does not include mounted adjustment
controls.
4.6 Proposed solution shall accept uneven load distribution.
4.7 Proposed solution provides for Lifting system operating
quietly.
Materials
5.1 Proposed solutions frame components must be constructed
of steel.
5.2 Proposed solution components must be bolted together in 4
places minimum for maximum strength and durability.
5.3 Proposed solution provides steel components that are
powder coated for durability. Enamel paint is not sufficiently
durable and will not be acceptable.
5.4 Proposed solution provides supports, doors, cavity caps and
fixed shelves be rated for 25 lbs. and shall be constructed of
an industrial grade ¾ inch thick wood core material.
5.5 Proposed solutions external screen components must be
available in abrasion resistant fabric covering.
5.6 Proposed solution provides for all edging to be treated in a
high impact vinyl edging material.
5.7 Proposed solution must be integral to the furniture
construction. Freestanding panels will be deemed
unacceptable.
5.8 Proposed solution partition system must be within the
console footprint to maximize floor space.
5.9 Proposed solution fasteners shall be completely concealed.
5.10 Proposed solution provides abrasion resistance fabric at a
minimum shall meet ASTM D-3597 MVPTS-198 standards.
5.11 Proposed solution provides components that are field
replaceable.
5.12 Proposed solution must be available in 42”, 48”, 54” and 60”
heights.
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5.13 Proposed solutions fabric shall be made from recyclable
materials.
Equipment Enclosures
6.1 Does proposed solution provide for equipment enclosures
that can be locked?
6.2 Does proposed solution provide for enclosures to be
accessible from both the front and the rear?
6.3 Does proposed solution offer an optional slide out shelf for
access.
6.4 What heights is proposed solution available in?
6.5 What widths is proposed solution available in?
6.6 What depths is proposed solution available in?
6.7 Does proposed solution offer a stackable option to allow for
additional technology or personal storage to free up floor
space?
6.8 Does proposed solution offer cooling of unit/enclosure?
6.9 Does proposed solution utilize a vented system to draw cool
air into the enclosure?
6.10 Does proposed solution utilize an active cooling system to
ensure technology performing at optimum temperature?
6.11 Does proposed solution have an option for enclosure
lighting?
6.12 Does proposed solution include adjustable shelf to allow for
excess loop wire/cable storage below CPU?
6.13 Does proposed solution have optional pull out shelf for
application where dual sided access is limited?
Personal Base Storage
7.1 What heights does proposed solution offer?
7.2 What widths does proposed solution offer?
7.3 What depth does proposed solution offer?
7.4 What availability does proposed solution offer? (Please list
options such as combination (open, drawer and door), lateral
file, open bookcase and closed-door configurations.)
7.5 Proposed solution enclosures must be stackable up to 60”
and allow additional technology storage or personal storage
without taking up additional floor space.
Cable Management Rail
8.1 What is proposed solution constructed of? (For example:
constructed of 45 lb. density 1-1/8” thick wood core material,
pressure bonded with a high-pressure laminate surface on
both sides.)
8.2 Proposed solution provides for steel components must be
powder coated for durability. Enamel paint is not sufficiently
durable and will not be acceptable.
8.3 Proposed solution internal cable management channels
must offer separate, isolated routing for both power and data
cabling.
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