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Gore Multisports Complex- Ventilation System

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Details

RFx ID : 23284237
Tender Name : Gore Multisports Complex- Ventilation System
Reference # : GDC2020/06
Open Date : Wednesday, 16 September 2020 8:00 AM (Pacific/Auckland UTC+12:00)
Close Date  : Wednesday, 28 October 2020 4:00 PM (Pacific/Auckland UTC+13:00)
Tender Type : Request for Proposals (RFP)
Tender Coverage : Sole Agency  [?]
Categories :
  • 72102900 - Facility maintenance and repair services
  • 72103100 - Conveyance systems installation and repair
  • 77111600 - Environmental rehabilitation
  • 81101600 - Mechanical engineering
  • 81101800 - Chemical engineering
Regions:
  • Southland
Exemption Reason : None
Required Pre-qualifications : None
Contact : Hashem Ramezan-zadeh
HRamezan-zadeh@goredc.govt.nz
021 195 7018
Alternate Physical Delivery Address  : Gore District Council, 29 Bowler Avenue, Gore, 9740
Alternate Physical Fax Number  : N/A
Overview

Gore District Council (GDC) looking for suitable suppliers to submit their solutions and proposals including supplying and installation of an appropriate and sustainable ventilation system for the Gore Aquatic Centre.


Gore District Council (GDC) manages a Multisport Sports Complex in Gore. The aquatic centre building constructed in 2001. The existing exhaust fans are fixed on the roof, which are not adequate to vent out the chlorine gas escaping from the filtration system in the facilities room. Over a period of time, the gas emission in the filtration room has caused significant corrosion in the roof as well as the exhaust fans.

The plan is to design and install an appropriate ventilation system. The ventilation system may include a hood above the filter tank to directly collect and draw out the potential chlorine gases and remove it from the filtration room through a dry or wet scrubber. The extended ducts also needed to extract the polluted air from the main swimming pool’s extractor unit through the scrubber before releasing into the air outside of the building.