Client Agency: NAVFAC EXWC

Design Build Value: $2.6M

The purpose of this task order is to obtain services to include procurement, overhaul, repair, and renovation of one 2500kW EMD power plant to meet Tier II EPA emissions requirements. The Navy operates facilities which require reliable electric power. Power is usually supplied by commercial utilities and government self-generation. Backup power is supplied by engine generators and by battery-based uninterruptible power supplies (UPSs). These engine generators and UPSs are generally three phase units and range in size from a few tens of kilowatts (kW) to several megawatts (MW). Power systems include distribution from the source to the end user. Critical utilities may include air-conditioning, ventilation and heating.

Critical utilities and equipment may require mechanical equipment to maintain equipment and utility systems within specified temperature ranges, humidity and ventilation. The Navy’s mission requirements are frequently changing, so new facilities and equipment must be acquired and installed, or existing facilities and equipment must be upgraded. Even where the mission stays the same, existing facilities and equipment require periodic maintenance and replacement.

Naval Facilities Engineering and Expeditionary Warfare Center (NAVFAC EXWC), Mobile Utilities Support Equipment (MUSE) Division, Port Hueneme, California is governed by OPNAVINST 11300.5C and is required to provide specialized, easily transportable utility equipment for temporary support of shore utility systems.

MUSE inventory includes electric generators and substations to meet emergency and unforeseen utility needs. Designs incorporate features to achieve maximum land and/or air transportability and maximum standardization and interchangeability of equipment, components and parts, and technology upgrades. The purpose of this task order is to obtain services to include procurement, overhaul, repair, and renovation of one 2500kW EMD power plant to meet Tier II EPA emissions requirements.