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The Massachusetts Division of Capital Asset Management has made changes to the request for proposals (RFP) it issued last month.

The agency is seeking qualified general building construction, electrical systems and energy management systems contractors to purchase, design and install a wind turbine and associated systems at Bristol Community College in Fall River, Mass.

The commonwealth is interested in proposals that include all design, engineering, permitting, equipment purchase, equipment removal, equipment installation, rigging, piping, wiring, start-up, commissioning, and warranty and maintenance, along with any other work required to install the wind turbine equipment.

Additional services requested include a metering and DAS system, and equipment operation and preventive maintenance training. Proposals should include details for a comprehensive service and maintenance agreement.

Proposals are due by Jan. 29. More information is available here.


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