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Orlando Health

Lake Mary Bed Tower

An Employee Owned Company

Tri-City Electrical Contractors, Inc.

Fort Myers:

239.768.5566

An Electrical Proposal for

Charles Perry Partners, Inc.

Presented By:

Tri-City Healthcare Ground

Central Florida Headquarters

Phone: 407.788.3500

Fax: 407.652.7353

Email: info@tcelectric.com

Bids@tcelectric.com

Pompano Beach:

954.586.4393

Tampa

800.683.7180

200 East Palm Valley Drive, Suite 1040

Oviedo, FL 32765

430 West Drive

Altamonte Springs, FL 32714

Troy Chroniger

Senior Es7mator, Healthcare

troy.chroniger@tcelectric.com

407.788.3500


Introduction

About Us

Table of Contents

Andy Burger

E l e c t r i c a l E s 2 m a t o r

C o m m e r c i a l H e a l t h C a r e G r o u p

Healthcare Group

Criterion 1 | Financial Evaluation

1.1 | Bonding

1.2 | Current Backlog

1.3 | Litigation

1.4 | Agreement

1.5 | Financial Information

Criterion 2 | Experience & Resumes

2.1 | Design Assist Projects

2.2 | In-patient Healthcare Projects

2.3 | Organization Chart

Criterion 3 | Pre-Construction Services Work Plan

3.1 | Approach to Pre-Construction Services

3.2 | Design Assist Capabilities

3.3 | BIM

E x p e r i e n c e

7 Years

E d u c a 2 o n

30 HR Osha

Seminole State College:

Construc7on Cer7ficate

Electrical

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R e s p o n s i b i l i 2 e s & A u t h o r i t y L i m i t s

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R e c e n t P r o j e c t s

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Criterion 4 | Construction Services Work Plan

4.1 | Scheduling

4.2 | Prefabrication

4.3 | Work Preformed

Criterion 5 | Construction Budget

5.1 | Anticipated Budget

5.2 | General Conditions

5.3 | Labor & Burden Rates

5.4 | Project Fee

5.5 | Cost for Pre-construction/Design Assist

5.6 | Bond Rate

Resumes

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32714

407-788-3500

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www.tcelectric.com

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Ted Stanton

Introduction

G e n e r a l S u p e r i n t e n d e n t

C o m m e r c i a l H e a l t h C a r e G r o u p

Founded in 1958 by Helmuth “Buddy” Eidel and his father in Altamonte Springs

Tri-City Electrical Contractors, Inc. has grown to be the prominent electrical

E x p e r i e n c e

A b o u t

contractor in the state. While we have grown in size and skill, we still cherish

our humble beginnings. We take pride in our history and are honored that

7 Years

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Electrical

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Buddy remains Chairman Ameritus of our Board of Directors. Tri-City is a

distinguished member of the ABC and plays a major role in the community by

sponsoring charitable organizations, implementing community wide training

programs and mentoring subcontractors statewide. As a milestone in our history

Tri-City’s Healthcare Group completed their first healthcare project in 1988 and

since has received 38 ABC Excellence in Construction awards for healthcare

projects. Our financial stability, with a bonding capacity of $100M single project

and $450 aggregate, has allowed Tri-City to build the largest projects in Florida

R e c e n t P r o j e c t s

With 61 years in the industry, Tri-City Electrical Contractors, Inc. is ranked by

the ENR as the 34th largest electrical contractor in the country and is one of

Florida’s largest employers of electrical professionals. Tri-City has had a role in

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building some of the most recognizable projects in the state. Our specialty is the

most complex, highest quality projects where only the most skilled team will

suffice. We will “Do more than expected” in every aspect of your project and will

build it to the same exacting standards used on all of our award-winning

endeavors.

AN EMPLOYEE OWNED COMPANY

-Jack Olmstead

President

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About Us

Construction Budget

Get to know Tri-City

For over sixty years, Tri-City has provided a level of personal attention, professional

experience, timely performance and genuine value that has become Florida’s

construction industry standard for excellence. Now an employee owned company, our

team of experienced, professional craftsmen and craftswomen provide superior

installation and service to all our valuable clients.

The company offers unparalleled and award-winning expertise in health care, mission

critical, commercial, entertainment, government, industrial projects and more. Based on

sound business practices and management, Tri-City provides vast bonding capacity and

human resources for projects of all sizes. Whatever the assignment, Tri-City will master

every project phase from initial design to final warranty.

With over 1,300 field and support staff state-wide, Tri-City can handle any project from

start to finish, from wire to wire — locally and throughout the State of Florida.

Talent • Results • Integrity

To Do More Than Expected for Client, Community and Employee.

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Construction Budget

Healthcare Group

Tri-City Healthcare Group

From complete Central Energy Plants to sophisticated specialty systems, Tri-City

Electrical Contractors, Inc. has exceptional experience with unique medical facility

applications. Our installations include main power distribution, emergency

generator power back-up, power logic monitoring and the integration of complete

fire alarm, nurse call, CCTV and CATV systems.

Our dedicated health care team consists of estimators, project managers and

superintendents, who have a thorough knowledge of the NEC, state and local

codes, as well as AHCA standards and have a combined 258 years of award-winning

experience.

We have the capability to service projects at any stage of development, from new

construction to complete retrofit. With expertise in a wide range of projects, we

can accommodate the unique needs and specialty systems necessary for everything

from emergency power distribution to complete hospital facilities.

Tri-City Healthcare Group Cer(fied Training

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Tri-City has created and implemented a specialized training and certification

process for all field personnel called the “Healthcare Certified” program. The

program is a classroom and on-the-job program that ensures only the best of the

best man our most important projects. The curriculum is built around healthcare

construction specific practices, techniques, codes and quality assurance. It also

includes our best practices to ensure that we stay current with trends and ever

changing code compliancy. This instruction is then tested where a minimum score

of 80% is required to achieve the “Healthcare Trained” status. Then, all field

personnel must complete a minimum of 2,080 hours of actual installation time on

an AHCA inspected hospital project. Upon completion, our technicians are able to

apply for “Healthcare Certified” status and must receive the recommendation of 3

Superintendents to advance. It is a desirable achievement that is backed-up with

an immediate pay increase. Only the best of the best are able to call themselves

“Healthcare Certified”.

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Bonding

AHCA Compliance

January 10, 2020

Charles Perry Partners, Inc.

200 East Palm Valley Drive

Oviedo, FL 32765

PROVIDING SURETY BONDS AND INSURANCE

“Be8er Health Care for all Floridians”

AHCA places the utmost importance on ensuring that the hospitals we build live up

Re: TRI-CITY ELECTRICAL CONTRACTORS, INC. – Contractor

to the strictest standards of design and installation. To that end, we respect their

mission and ensure that we build to their impeccable standards. We have developed

in-house best practices and learn lessons from every project that we build. We

To Whom It May Concern:

compile and share these lessons company-wide to achieve “Zero comment AHCA

Inspections”. As is proof, in every one of our last 12, 80% and 100% inspections,

It has been our pleasure to provide surety credit for TRI-CITY ELECTRICAL

CONTRACTORS, INC. for 15 years. We have never been called upon for a bond,

which we have not gladly provided, nor do we anticipate the contractor to

undertake any project that we would hesitate to bond because of its size or nature.

achieving perfection in AHCA with no comments is practiced not just a goal.

Currently, TRI-CITY ELECTRICAL CONTRACTORS, INC. has surety credit

established with Continental Casualty Company, an AM Best Rated Company of A,

XV, in excess of $100 million for single projects and an aggregate work program in

excess of $300 million.

We would foresee no problem in providing the necessary 100% performance and

payment bonds to TRI-CITY ELECTRICAL CONTRACTORS, INC. This commitment

is contingent upon an acceptable contract to TRI-CITY ELECTRICAL

CONTRACTORS, INC. and Continental Casualty Company.

COMMISSIONING

Complete building commissioning services including working closely with 3 rd party

agents is part and parcel to our total quality and value mentality on the

construction of all healthcare projects. Our goal with commissioning is to

improve the usability and over all function of the structure starting in the design

phase and following the building use through many years of operation. We are

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We regard this firm as one of the outstanding firms in the construction industry

and we feel the principals of TRI-CITY ELECTRICAL CONTRACTORS, INC. possess

broad experience, financial responsibility and high integrity. Without reservation,

we highly recommend TRI-CITY ELECTRICAL CONTRACTORS, INC.

If we can provide any additional information, please do not hesitate to call.

Sincerely,

CONSTRUCTION UNDERWRITERS, INC.

Tom S. Lobrano, IV

TSLIV/tlb

strong supporters of the commissioning process and do all we can to ensure 100%

operational efficiency for the life of the structure.

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Safety

Current Backlog

As with all projects that we are involved with, Tri-City Electrical Contractors

Inc. will perform its work in a safe manner, follow the General Contractors

Safety Rules, comply with OSHA Regulations, and execute Tri-City’s Safety

Program.

We strive to inspect our jobs and provide necessary training just before it is

needed on the job site in a real-world environment.

Our goal of Zero accidents is based on an action plan of continuous

improvement that each

and every person at Tri-City

do better safety wise this year

than the previous year.

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We train all workers using just

in time safety and competency

training for 22+ construction

activities, as outlined on our

training card and hardhat

licenses. Training cards also

include a statement from

the company president

empowering them to stop work as needed for any perceived safety issue.

Every worker is part of the safety team, responsible to watch out for each

other as well as themselves. Tri-City employees know that if they see a safety

issue, they must act upon it, not just say something. Our safety policy is

exhaustive and a living document, changing as necessary to meet advancing

technologies and newly recognized hazards in the industry.

Tri-City Electrical Contractors, Inc. recognizes that our greatest asset is our

corps of trained, professional craftsmen and craftswomen and is dedicated

to preventing injury on the jobsite.

Litigation

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Agreement

Prefabrication

Prepare • Preplan • Prefab

Prefabrication is an important part of our culture at Tri-City Electrical Contractors. It

has been defining the practices of our craftsmen, from apprentice through

superintendent. Our team excels in identifying repetitive field installations and

adapting them to LEAN manufacturing processes. Prefabrication positively impacts

our projects through:

• Early Interactive Engagement

• Reduces risk by incorporating Constructability into Design

• Enhanced Safety through working in a controlled environment

• Significantly reduced on-site Workforce

• Increased Recycling and Waste Management

We prefabricate and assemble electrical components in our 10,000 square foot facility.

Our shop provides all the equipment, materials and workers needed to create the

modular building blocks required for today’s fast-paced projects.

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Scheduling

Financial Information

Field Personnel

Tri-City is a locally based and operated Florida contractor. We have strategized and

planned our resources for this project and schedule. Therefore, we assure that the

appropriate work force is available to complete the project in schedule and under

budget. We also operate the largest electrical prefabrication shop in the state with

unparalleled access to nearly 700 skilled workers.

Project Specific Workforce

• Field Personnel – Peak 77

• Field Supervision – Peak 5

• Managers – Peak 3

In addition to our own staff of skilled tradesman we utilize Florida based

subcontractors and vendors for the special systems and material supply and handling.

Being the largest electrical contractor in the state that only performs work in Florida

we have developed the strongest and most loyal sub-contractor base over our last 60

years in business.

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Design Assist

HCA Trinity Medical Center

BIM/VDC

Industry-Leading BIM & Integrated Project Delivery (IPD)

VDC/BIM model of unit

Tri-City has a fully staffed VDC/

BIM department experienced in

the use of our BIM products.

Utilizing this software we will

provide our detailed input in

the model for use in clash

detection, collaboration, and

production of coordination

drawings.

To

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Quality Assurance

Tri-City Electrical Contractors, Inc. takes great pride in the quality and craftsmanship of the

product that we deliver. It is without question that our own internal measures will exceed

the level of expectation of this project team. Our Project Quality Control Assurance

Program ensures the highest level of quality on all of Tri-City’s projects. This program is

monitored by the Project Manager and enforced by the General Superintendent. Tri-City

Electricals quality and craftsmanship is consistently recognized by the professionals in our

industry as demonstrated in the ABC Excellence in Construction Awards indicated on similar

Design Assist

HCA JFK Medical Center

Build Through Constructability with 6 S Process

6 S’s Process

Constructability implemented through the 6S Process not only

delivers a better value project but it also streamlines

constructability. We consider constructability to be essential to our

SAFETY

entire process because 1 hour spent planning saves 8 hours of field

labor. At Tri-City we instill Safety into everything we do. It’s not a

statistic, it’s a culture. We start every project with Sort - all non

essential items are organized and kept off the project until they are

SORT

Just in Time for installation. We then utilize Straighten to optimize

the flow of material on the project to increase the efficiency of

install by providing a detailed sequence using the Last Planner

STRAIGHTEN

Production System. In keeping with the system, we maintain the

Shine by ensuring that we that we only send the packaging material

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SHINE

STANDARDIZE

SUSTAIN

that is essential and spending the time immediately after the install

to remove any debris. Standardize is the next step in our process,

where we have developed strict installation and coding standards for

all assemblies that we use to ensure that quality is built in down to

the last screw. The reason that we have experienced incredible

success with the program is that we Sustain the ideals of the system

in everything we do. This program extends well past the

construction process and even into the way we communicate as a

team. We utilize Plangrid for everything we build to ensure that

every detail is communicated to the field in real-time for quality and

speed. We then collect all construction data and communication in

our project management software eSUB. We would consider no

other option than to utilize the 6S principles from concept to

completion.

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Design Assist

Sarasota Memorial Hospital

LEAN Construc2on

Plan · Plan · Plan

Construction Process

Our entire operations team practices a truly LEAN methodology to the entire

construction process. We have built a comprehensive system of processes and

culture that is committed to knowledge-sharing and complete collaboration.

This practice delivers better projects faster and under budget while improving

employee retention and quality of life, reduced project waste, safer environments

and much improved project value. Our goal is to provide a transformational

improvement in the delivery of value to stakeholders and in the quality of the work

environment to every one of our valued colleagues. This strategy provides allows

us to supply the resources required to meet the demands of challenging projects in

difficult markets and areas.

Design Assist Approach

A Process of Collabora7on

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Tri-City is dedicated to a collaborative partnership throughout the entire lifecycle

of the design-assist process. We truly believe and support becoming an

asset by providing input that supplies the owner with the structure that they

want while keeping the project in budget and on-schedule. We thrive in a

productive atmosphere where we can provide solutions and suggestions to the

design team to increase functionality, prevent unforeseen challenges,

support aesthetics and achieve design intent all while maintaining a value based

structure. We utilize technology and forward thinking to the fullest extent to

provide the highest quality finishes, in the shortest time with the highest

degree of accuracy. We pride ourselves on being the go-to team member who

focuses on saying “Yes” in the most challenging situations. Hospitals are all we

build and we stake our reputation everyday on the quality of our people,

projects, and safety.

LEAN is simply “A beRer way to BUILD”

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Pre-Construc2on Team

Our Team

Construc2on Team

In-patient Healthcare

AdventHealth 4th & 5th Floors

AdventHealth 8th & 9th Floors

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In-patient Healthcare

Orlando Health Dr Phillips 5th Floor

Portfolio

Recognizable Projects

AdventHealth Women’s Tower $29M ABC Eagle Award

AdventHealth Women's Pavilion $25M ABC Eagle Award

AdventHealth Flagler $24M ABC Eagle Award

Dr. P. Phillips Hospital Expansion $23M ABC Eagle Award

Advent Health Fish Memorial $15M

Trinity Hospital Ver7cal Expansion $15M

JFK Hospital Ver7cal Expansion $14M

NWMC Ver7cal Expansion $14M

VA Medical Center Gainesville $9M

AdventHealth Celebra7on Bed Tower $ 5M ABC Eagle Award

Nemours Children’s

Hosp2al

USF Center for Advance Healthcare $4M

Poinciana Hospital Medical Center $4M

AdventHealth 2nd floor OR & PACU $4M ABC Eagle Award

AdventHealth 4th & 5th floors NICU $3M

AdventHealth Women's Pavilion Oncology $3M

AdventHealth Celebra7on 4th floor

$1.5M

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AdventHealth 11th floor BMT

$1.3M

AdventHealth East Orlando 6th floor $1.3M ABC Eagle Award

AdventHealth Memorial Division Dr. P. Phillips Hospital Orlando AdventHealth Women’s Pavilion

Daytona Beach

Orlando

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