Y1DA-- Purchase & Install Padding in Mental Health Seclusion Rooms for VA Medical Center Oklahoma City OK 73104


Subject: Y1DA-- Purchase & Install Padding in Mental Health Seclusion Rooms for VA Medical Center Oklahoma City OK 73104
Solicitation Number: 36C25921Q0470
Notice Type: SOLICIT
NAICS: 238990
Notice Published: 06-10-21
Response Due: 06-17-21

Agency: Department of Veterans Affairs
Office: VETERANS AFFAIRS, DEPARTMENT OF
Contact: Lance A Davis (CO), Contracting Officer This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.
Office Address: Greenwood Village, CO 80111


Related Notices:
        06-10-21 PRESOL

        06-16-21 SOLICIT


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Padding for Mental Health Seclusion Rooms Oklahoma City VA Health Care System The contractor shall provide and install foam safety padding in accordance with the terms and conditions stated within this Performance Work Statement (PWS). Location of Performance: Oklahoma City VA Health Care System 921 NE 13th St Oklahoma City, OK 73104 PROVIDE FOAM SAFETY PADDING AND INSTALLATION OF PADDING: Overview: Contractor shall provide all materials and installation of Gold Medal Safety Padding (brand name or equal) on the floor, walls, and the interior side of the door and frame, in three mental health seclusion rooms and one police holding room located: 8-East Room 8A113, 8-North Room 8B118, BF125b, and BF137 (two rooms on 8th floor and two rooms in the basement). Contractor shall provide seclusion rooms with installation of the product on all: Walls Floors Doors (inside room door side & inside door jams) Scope of Work: Contractor is responsible for all material, labor, tools, supervision, and any other items required to fulfill contract. The padding shall be a minimum of 50mm thick, will be fabricated based on measurements in the attached drawings of each room. The padding will be fire retardant and meet UL standards. Cover will be a cleanable, antibacterial, non-porous, and damage resistant. Padding will be installed as to have no openings, no ligature points, and the fastening system will secure to existing wall with the ability to resist being torn from wall. Padding will be virtually indestructible, designed for hospital use, and easily cleaned and disinfected. Padding will be fungus resistant, a non-slip surface, uniform and smooth with no cracks or open seams. Padding will provide maximum safety when applied to floors, walls, and doors, in a manner in which a person in the room cannot hurt themselves.