The City of Philadelphia’s Energy Office, part of the Office of Sustainability, is seeking this Building Monitoring System in partnership with the Office of Innovation and Technology (OIT). A full RFP and associated details can be found at https://secure.phila.gov/eContract/ under opportunity number 21181226133323.
The Building Monitoring System will support the City’s Municipal Energy Master Plan by optimizing energy use. Of the City’s more than 600 buildings, approximately twenty of the mid-size to larger-size facilities use BASs(Building Automation Systems) to control HVAC systems, major equipment and related building systems to improve the building’s energy efficiency, reduce utility costs and increase tenant comfort. Though these facilities fall within a variety of different building types such as offices, police and fire stations, recreation centers, libraries and museums, all current BASs function similarly and provide a web-enabled platform to monitor the buildings, supervise anomalies, and allow remote scheduling.
Proposals are due February 12th by 5pm and the City will host a Pre-Proposal Meeting January 17, 2019, 11:00 am at 1234 Market Street, Suite 1850, Franklin Room, Philadelphia PA 19107
Information pertaining to this opportunity is subject to change. For the most up-to-date information visit: https://secure.phila.gov/eContract/ under opportunity number 21181226133323.