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                                   REQUEST FOR PROPOSALS (RFP)
                                               FOR
                                    SYSTEM SERVICES & SUPPORT
                                                  OF
                  Portland State University’s (PSU) Elevator Maintenance Services
                                          (RFP No. 15075)

                                      ATTENTION POTENTIAL
                                          PROPOSERS!!

                                        IMPORTANT NOTICE

                Responsibility of Each Vendor Participating in the Bidding Process

It will be the responsibility of each participating Vendor to refer daily to the OUS Business
Opportunities website to check for any available amendments or addenda, responses to inquiries
and/or questions, cancellations, or intents to award, and any and all additional information regarding
this opportunity that is posted. It is not Portland State University’s (“PSU”) responsibility to notify
participating Vendors by email or by any other means of any of the above. Copies of this document
can be obtained on the web site as well. The web link follows. (The terms “Portland State University”,
“PSU”, “campus”, and “University” are used interchangeably in the RFP.)

Web Link: http://www.ous.edu/bapp/bopps/index/pspsu

All Proposal questions and inquiries must be sent by email to contract@pdx.edu. The subject line of
the email must state the following: RFP #15075 (Elevator Maintenance Services) Questions and
Inquiries. Any questions and inquiries that are not so submitted and identified will not be responded
to.

RFP Data
Commodity Title:                     Elevator Maintenance Services
Buyer:                               State of Oregon, acting by and through the State Board of Higher
                                     Education, on behalf of Portland State University (PSU)
Solicitation Officer:                Karen Preston, Contracts Officer
Phone/Fax:                           503-725-5460, Fax: 503-725-5594
Email:                               contract@pdx.edu
Date Issued:                         November 19, 2009

RFP Proposal Deadline for Receipt by PSU Purchasing & Contracting Office

Day/Date:                           December 7, 2009
Time:                               3:00 p.m., Pacific Daylight Time (PDT)
Location/Address:                   PSU Purchasing & Contracting Office
(hand deliver Proposals here)       724 Southwest Harrison Street, Room 153
                                    Portland, OR 97201


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Mailing Address:                    Portland State University
                                    Purchasing & Contracting Office
                                    PO Box 751 – BAO/PUR
                                    Portland, OR 97207-0751

                                      TABLE OF CONTENTS

Schedule of Events                                                             Page 2
Purpose/Background                                                             Page 3
Section 1: Proposal Information                                                Page 5
Section 2: Requirements & Specifications                                       Page 12
Section 3: Pricing Proposal                                                    Page 15
Section 4: Instructions to Proposers: Proposal Content & Evaluation Criteria   Page 16
Section 5: Evaluation Scoring Matrix Summary                                   Page 23
Section 6: Proposer Certification                                              Page 24
Section 7: PSU Standard Terms & Conditions                                     Page 25
Attachments and Exhibits                                                       Pages 32-33


SCHEDULE OF EVENTS

These dates are for reference only; we may change these dates at our discretion. You must
check on http://www.ous.edu/bapp/bopps/index/pspsu for any schedule dates change prior to
the Proposal due dates.

These dates are for reference only; we may change these dates at our discretion.
    Issue RFP                                                                  November 18, 2009
    Mandatory Site Visit and Pre-Proposal Conference
    for Sample Projects (9:00 am PDT)
          Location: Portland State University                                  November 24, 2009
          724 SW Harrison, Neuberger Hall Room 171
          Portland, OR
    Deadline for Vendor Questions             3:00 pm PDT                      November 30, 2009
    Deadline for PSU to Respond                                                December 2, 2009
    Proposals Due*                            3:00 pm PDT                      December 7, 2009
    Interviews (to be determined by PSU at PSU’s sole discretion)              December 8, 2009
    Evaluation Period Ending                                                   December 9, 2009
    Anticipated Notice of Intent to Award                                      December 9, 2009
    Deadline to Protest Award                 Seven calendar days after notice of intent to award
    Anticipated Date of Contract Execution                                     December 18, 2009


* Proposals must be received by the PSU Purchasing and Contracting Office no later than 3:00
p.m. PDT (Pacific Daylight Time) on this date.


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PURPOSE & BACKGROUND

Portland State University (“PSU” or “Owner”) is seeking proposals from qualified vendors to provide
elevator preventive maintenance services at PSU. Approximately sixty five (65) elevators and five (5)
wheelchair lifts, collectively “elevators”, will be covered under the resulting Contract, including
elevators in buildings under independent property management. In many cases the elevators are the
critical means of allowing persons with physical handicaps to access classrooms and offices. We
expect to receive a near-100% operational reliability from the elevators and from the service
organization maintaining them. PSU's Facilities Department will utilize this service to keep elevators
safely and consistently operating throughout campus.


   CONTRACT TERM
   The initial contract term is for a period of five (5) years and will automatically renew for two
   additional one-year periods, unless otherwise terminated pursuant to the contract. The resulting
   contract can be extended beyond the initial term and the two one-year renewals, and additional
   work added if necessary, by mutual written agreement of Portland State University and the
   vendor.

   CONTRACT TERMINATION FOR CONVENIENCE
   This agreement may be terminated for convenience at any time by mutual consent of both parties,
   or by either party upon sixty (60) days notice in writing and delivered by certified mail or in person
   to the other party.

   FINANCIAL CONSIDERATION
   The maximum dollar value of any contract awarded under this solicitation shall not exceed five
   million dollars. This amount may be amended at the University’s sole discretion.

   COOPERATIVE PURCHASING
   All Oregon University System (OUS) institutions and other public agencies may utilize any
   contract(s) awarded as a result of this Request for Proposal. The OUS institutions and other
   public agencies shall be individually responsible for their obligations to the awarded vendor(s).
   Likewise, the vendors shall be responsible to the OUS institution and other public agencies for
   their obligations to the OUS members and public agencies pursuant to any ensuing contract(s).
   Any such purchases shall be between the vendor and the participating OUS member or public
   agency and shall not impact the vendor’s obligation to Portland State University. Portland State
   University makes no representation or guarantee as to the volume of such additional purchases.




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                                SECTION 1: PROPOSER INFORMATION

All Proposals submitted in response to this RFP are subject to the provisions and requirements of all
applicable laws and regulations, including Oregon Revised Statutes (ORS) and the Administrative
Rules of the Oregon University System.

1.   Right to Reject: PSU reserves the right to cancel or reject this procurement, RFP, and any or
     all Proposals received as a result of this RFP upon finding that it is in the public interest to do so.

2.   Preparation Costs: PSU shall not be liable for any costs incurred by Proposers in the
     preparation of Proposals to this RFP, including any meetings and demonstrations that may be
     required or requested.

3.   Mandatory Pre-Proposal Meeting: A mandatory Pre-Proposal Meeting will be held at the date,
     time and location listed in the Schedule of Events. The purpose of this Meeting is to discuss the
     proposed service contract.

     Since attendance at this Pre-Proposal meeting is mandatory, each potential Proposer must send
     at least one qualified representative for the meeting. Proposers’ representatives will be required
     to sign in to certify their attendance. Failure to sign in may result in the rejection of a Proposer’s
     Proposal.

4.   Questions or Requests For Clarification/Change: All requests for changes or clarifications
     regarding technical information, procedural requirements, contractual requirements or other
     issues must be submitted, in writing, and received no later than the date and time listed in the
     Schedule of Events to the name and address listed on the cover page of this RFP. Proposers
     must note that PSU is not allowed to consider exceptions to the specifications or terms and
     conditions after the deadline for which to do so have passed. If you have an exception or a
     concern with anything in this RFP, you must raise that issue, in writing, which must be received
     by the deadline date for Requests for Changes, listed in the Schedule of Events.

     PSU reserves the right to reject Proposals from respondents that raise any objections to the
     terms and conditions of this RFP after the deadline date for requests for changes. Proposers’
     proposed agreements, including proposed supplemental terms and conditions may be
     considered by PSU in its sole discretion, pursuant to paragraphs 7 and 17 below.

     PSU will consider all protests and requested changes and, if reasonable and appropriate,
     amend this RFP.

     Envelopes or emails or faxes containing requests for change, protest of RFP requirements or
     contract provisions shall be marked as follows:

              RFP Specification (or Contract Provisions) being questioned;
              Request for Change (or Protest);
              RFP Document Number; and,
              Date Submitted.

     Instructions for emailing questions are provided on Page 1 of this RFP.

5.   Submittal Location: Requests for RFP specification or contract provision change, protest or
     clarification must be submitted to the following email address: contract@pdx.edu or by mail or
     hand delivery to the solicitation officer identified in this document. Any such requests sent to
     anyone but this person will not be considered. Such requests may be submitted via facsimile or


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     email, or first class mail, provided the method of transmission provides for a return receipt to
     sender.

6.   Change or Modification Addenda(s): Any change or clarification to the specifications or the
     procurement process or to the terms and conditions of the contract will be issued in the form of
     an Addendum to this RFP and will be made available on the website:
     http://www.ous.edu/bapp/bopps/pspsu.
     Only documents issued as addenda by the PSU Office of Business Affairs, Purchasing &
     Contracting Office will serve to change this RFP in any way. No other direction received by the
     Proposer, written or oral serves to change this RFP document.

     Proposers are not required to return addenda with their RFP Proposal. However, Proposers are
     responsible for making themselves aware of and obtaining and incorporating any changes made
     in any addenda issued into their final Proposal. Failure to do so may cause the Proposer’s
     Proposal to be rejected.

7.   Proposal Preparation and Submission: Proposals to the RFP shall be of sufficient length and
     detail to demonstrate that the Proposer has a thorough understanding of the PSU environment.

     Proposers shall submit ONE (1) ORIGINAL of all Proposal pages and three (3) photocopies
     of the same pages which shall be transmitted in a manner so that it is received by the PSU
     Purchasing and Contracting Office by the RFP Proposals Due date to the location listed on the
     cover page of this RFP. The original Proposal shall be marked "ORIGINAL".

     Proposals and pricing must be submitted in the format incorporated herein by
     reference as Attachments 1 and 2. Proposals that do not follow this response format
     may not be considered.
     Proposals shall be prepared in printed form, not handwritten, and shall be signed in ink by an
     authorized representative of the Proposer. The person signing the RFP shall initial alterations or
     erasures in ink. The original Proposal submitted by a Proposer must bear an original
     signature. Failure to submit a Proposal bearing an original signature may result in
     rejection of the Proposal. No oral, telegraphic, telephone, e-mail or facsimile Proposals will be
     accepted. Proposals, including pricing, must not be submitted in three ring binders or with any
     binding that cannot be easily removed. Large clips are acceptable. It is also recommended that
     Proposals be printed on at least 30% recycled paper. Proposals must not include any tabbing or
     glossy paper, must be printed two sided, and it is recommended that graphics be kept to a
     minimum. Only those graphics essential to the Proposal should be included. Please do not
     utilize any plastic cover sheets. Respondents must also submit an electronic copy of the
     complete Proposal on one CD, and the Pricing Proposal on a separate CD. The content
     of the CD’s should be in a PC legible format (Adobe PDF format) for the Proposal, and in
     an Excel format for the Pricing. Each CD should be clearly marked with the respondent’s
     company name and identified as “Proposal” and “Pricing Proposal”.

     Proposals must be submitted in a sealed package(s) or envelope(s). To ensure proper
     identification and handling, all package(s) or envelope(s) must be clearly marked with the RFP
     Number and Title and the date and time RFP Proposals are due as well as the name of the
     vendor submitting the documents. Pricing information must be submitted at the same time
     in a separate sealed package, and must be clearly marked "Pricing Proposal", with the
     name of the vendor submitting the Proposal clearly identified on each page of the Pricing
     Proposal. Three (3) copies of the Pricing Proposal must be submitted. Pricing information must
     not be included with the rest of the Proposal in any manner whatsoever. Failure to completely
     separate pricing from the rest of the Proposal may result in rejection of the Proposal.


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     Proposals and pricing information must be received and time-stamped by the PSU Purchasing &
     Contracting Office (unless otherwise specified) prior to the scheduled RFP Proposals due
     date and time listed in the Schedule of Events of this RFP. Late Proposals or modifications
     will be rejected.

     Proposers should note that PSU has an internal campus mail system which is used to
     distribute all U.S. mail sent to PSU. This internal mail system sometimes experiences delays
     in distributing mail to campus departments and, upon rare occasion, loses mail intended for
     campus departments. Thus, Proposers using the U.S. mail to submit their Proposals do so at
     their own risk.

     Proposers must complete all applicable information and provide all information requested in the
     RFP. Failure to comply may be grounds for Proposal rejection.

     Proposer must include a separate cover sheet that identifies the company name, the
     company’s primary and secondary contact person’s name for the individuals
     responsible for answering questions in regard to the Proposal, and include the primary
     and secondary contact person’s email, phone and fax number as well as company’s web
     address.

7.   Proposer Agreements: Proposers may submit proposed agreements of any form (contracts or
     documents) that contain supplemental terms and conditions that the Proposer desires to be
     included as part of the contract. By accepting delivery of these items, PSU is not bound to accept
     them as part of any ensuing contract. PSU may negotiate such supplemental terms and
     conditions that are not already covered by the contract terms and conditions detailed in this
     RFP. If the parties do not agree on the inclusion of the supplemental terms and conditions,
     PSU may: a) enter into a contract with the apparent successful Proposer without the agreements
     submitted by the Proposer; or b) the submission will be considered non-responsive and PSU
     may enter into a contract with another responsive Proposer. PSU will not consider any terms and
     conditions that are not submitted with the Proposal.

8.   Public Records: This RFP and one copy of each original Proposal received in Proposal to it,
     together with copies of all documents pertaining to the Award of a Contract, shall be kept by
     PSU and shall be open to public inspection. If a Proposal contains any information that is
     considered a trade secret by the Proposer under ORS 192.501(2), each sheet of such
     information must be clearly marked with the following:

               "This data constitutes a trade secret under ORS 192.501(2), and shall not
               be disclosed except in accordance with the Oregon Public Records Law,
               ORS Chapter 192."

     The Oregon Public Records Law, ORS 192.501(2), exempts from disclosure only bona fide
     trade secrets, and the exemption from disclosure applies "unless the public interest requires
     disclosure in the particular instance." Therefore, non-disclosure of documents or any portion of a
     document submitted as part of a Proposal may depend upon official or judicial determinations
     made pursuant to the Public Records Law.

     Pricing information cannot be labeled a trade secret and must be open to public inspection.
     Proposers are requested to mark only specific pages or text in their Proposal considered a
     “trade secret” under Public Records Law. Proposals in which the entire document is marked or
     otherwise identified in its entirety as confidential or a "trade secret" will be rejected.




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9.   Information Submitted: Proposers are cautioned that it is the Proposer's sole responsibility to
     submit information related to the evaluation categories, and that PSU is under no obligation to
     solicit such information if it is not included within the Proposal. Failure by the Proposer to submit
     such information may cause an adverse impact on the evaluation of the Proposal, including
     rejection of the Proposal as non-responsive.

10. Evaluation Criteria: Any contract(s) resulting from this RFP will be awarded based upon the
    evaluation criteria and methodology given in this RFP and in accordance with the Oregon
    University System, PSU, and State of Oregon administrative purchasing rules and laws.

11. The Evaluation Process: All Proposals received by the due time and date will be reviewed by
    an evaluation committee. Proposals which are not received by the deadline will not be reviewed
    by the evaluation committee. This committee will determine the extent to which the Proposals
    conform to the specifications set forth herein and will be evaluated according to criteria identified
    in this RFP. The following process will be used.

     a. Pursuant to the provisions of Oregon Administrative Rule (OAR) 580-061-0010(40),
         Proposals will be evaluated to determine which are to be considered “responsive”
         (substantially comply in all material respects with the requirements, specifications and criteria
         as defined in this RFP), and which Proposals, if any, would be considered “non-responsive”
         (failed to substantially comply in all material respects with the requirements, specifications
         and criteria as defined in this RFP). PSU also reserves the right to waive what are, in PSU’s
         judgment, minor informalities or discrepancies.
     b. The committee will reject those Proposals that are “non-responsive” within the meaning of
         the above definition, and as authorized by OAR 580-061-0130 (rejection of individual bids or
         Proposals). For those Proposals considered “responsive”, the committee will further
         evaluate them using the mandatory points process to determine that Proposal which would
         meet PSU’s needs in terms of best overall value pursuant to OAR 580-061-0060.
     c. Proposals that meet all mandatory requirements will be further evaluated on their value to
         PSU in meeting PSU’s overall needs. PSU reserves the right to obtain clarification of any
         point in a vendor's Proposal or to obtain additional information necessary to properly
         evaluate a Proposal. Failure of a vendor to respond to such a request for additional
         information or clarification may result in rejection of the vendor's Proposal. PSU’s retention of
         this right shall in no way reduce the responsibility of vendors to submit complete, accurate,
         and clear Proposals.
     d. The selection of “finalist” Proposer(s) will be determined by the evaluation committee
         independently scoring the Proposals and then combining the scores and pricing information
         to determine the overall Proposal score.
     e. Vendors may be invited to make a presentation in support of the Proposal. Such
         presentations will be made to the evaluation committee, which comprises PSU’s work
         groups. If held, the presentations will be scheduled.
     f. The findings of the evaluation team will be summarized and the summary and award
         recommendation(s) will be forwarded to the PSU Purchasing and Contracting Department.
     g. The PSU Purchasing & Contracting Department will review the recommendation and
         approve or reject the evaluation team’s selection.

12. Investigation of References: PSU reserves the right to investigate the references and the past
    performance of any Proposer with respect to its successful performance of similar projects,
    compliance with specifications and contractual obligations, its completion or delivery of a project


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     on schedule, and its lawful payment of suppliers, subcontractors, and workers. PSU may
     postpone the award or execution of the contract before or after Notice of Intent to Award to
     complete its investigation. PSU reserves the right to reject any Proposal or to reject all
     Proposals at any time prior to PSU's execution of a contract in the event Proposer’s reference
     checks prove unsatisfactory.

13. Consideration of Past Performance: PSU reserves the right to consider past performance,
    historical information and fact, whether gained from the Proposer's Proposal, question and
    answer conference, references, or any other source in the evaluation process.

14. Reservation of Rights: PSU has and reserves the right to refuse to enter into a contract if PSU,
    based upon reasonable grounds, determines that the interests of PSU would not be served.
    Specifically, this right may be exercised if PSU does not believe that a given Proposer can perform
    a contract, or for any reason set forth in Oregon Administrative Rules. PSU, at its option, may give
    the Proposer notice, specifying the grounds for rejection, and allow the Proposer 15 calendar days
    to respond in writing. Following such response, PSU, in its sole discretion may reject the Proposal
    as provided in the referenced administrative rules.

15. Post-Selection Review & Finalists: Unless this RFP is canceled, after PSU opens all timely-
    received Proposals, PSU will evaluate all Proposals in accordance with the evaluation criteria set
    forth in this RFP. PSU may rank the Proposals to determine the “finalist” Proposers. Finalists
    will be those highest-ranked responsive, responsible Proposers after evaluation of the Proposals
    according to the evaluation and selection criteria in the RFP, and applicable statutes and
    administrative rules. PSU reserves the right to select the Proposal(s) based on the evaluation
    criteria and scores identified in the RFP. In the event that finalist Proposal(s) do vary
    significantly, PSU reserves the right to conduct discussions with the finalist Proposer(s), to
    accept best and final offers from those finalist(s), and to negotiate changes.

     PSU reserves the right to select the vendor that, in the collective opinion of the evaluation
     committee, offers the best overall benefit, convenience, functionality and service at the lowest
     cost to PSU. In the event that Finalist Proposals do vary significantly, PSU reserves the
     right to conduct discussions with the Finalist Proposers, to accept best and final offers from
     those Finalists, and to negotiate changes, if it’s in PSU’s best interest to do so. Should PSU
     choose to enter into any negotiation of contract terms and conditions with Finalist Proposers,
     Proposers should pay close attention to the following:

     a.   Supplemental Terms and Conditions: PSU will only negotiate terms and conditions which
          are supplemental and reasonably related to the Contract and which are contained in any
          Proposer software licensing agreements, maintenance contracts, technical support
          agreements, and any other forms or documents that the Proposer desires to be considered
          for inclusion in the final terms and conditions of the Contract and which have been included
          in their Proposal pursuant to Paragraph 6 of this Section. Universities will not include in the
          final Contract, nor consider for negotiation, Proposers’ supplemental terms and conditions
          that materially conflict with this RFP including the Standard or Special Terms and
          Conditions, or which would materially change the nature of this solicitation, or adversely
          affect competition. However, Proposers should note that PSU also reserves the right to
          select a Proposer for award from the original Finalist Proposals received, so the best
          possible Proposals should be submitted when first responding to this RFP.

     b.   Negotiations with Finalist Proposer: Once PSU has determined the highest ranked Finalist
          Proposer, PSU will commence negotiations with that Proposer to obtain a mutually
          agreeable Contract. If PSU is able to negotiate a mutually agreeable Contract with the
          highest ranked Proposer, it will award the Contract to the highest ranked Proposer without


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         commencing negotiation with any other Finalist Proposers. If, in PSU’s sole and absolute
         discretion, it is determined that the Finalist Proposer is not responsive to the process, or that
         the parties will be unable to negotiate a mutually agreeable Contract, or if the Finalist
         Proposer decides not to continue participation in the negotiations, PSU may suspend
         negotiations with the highest ranked Finalist Proposer and commence negotiations with the
         next highest ranked Finalist Proposer to arrive at a mutually agreeable Contract. If it is in
         PSU’s best interest to do so, PSU will continue this process of negotiations with Finalist
         Proposers in descending rank until PSU is able to obtain a mutually agreeable Contract with
         a Finalist Proposer. Once PSU has obtained a mutually agreeable Contract, PSU will cease
         negotiations and not negotiate with any lower ranked Proposers.

     After receiving the evaluation summary PSU Purchasing & Contracting Office will name one or
     more apparent successful Proposer(s) and announce its Intent to Award to one or more of these
     Proposer(s). Identification of the "apparent successful Proposer" is procedural only and creates
     no right in the named Proposer to award of the Contract. All competing Proposers shall be
     notified in writing of PSU’s Intent to Award and the identity of the apparent successful Proposer.
     All competing Proposers shall be given seven (7) calendar days to review the RFP file and
     evaluation report at the PSU Purchasing and Contracts Office. Any questions or concerns
     about, or protests of, the evaluation process must be in writing and must be delivered to the PSU
     Purchasing and Contracts Office within seven (7) calendar days after the date of the letter of
     Intent to Award identifying the apparent successful Proposer.

     Within a reasonable time following the end of this seven (7) day protest period, PSU will
     consider all protests received, if any, and:

     a. Reject all protests and proceed with final evaluation of the apparent successful Proposer(s)
        and, pending the satisfactory outcome of this final evaluation, enter into a Contract with
        apparent successful Proposer(s); OR

     b. Sustain a meritorious protest(s) and reject the apparent successful Proposer(s) as non-
        responsive if such Proposer(s) is unable to demonstrate that its Proposal(s) complied with all
        material requirements of the RFP and Oregon public procurement law; thereafter, PSU may
        name a new apparent successful Proposer(s); OR

     c. Reject all Proposals and cancel the procurement.

16. Supplemental Terms and Conditions: While PSU will not consider Proposers’ supplemental
    terms and conditions that materially conflict with the provisions of this RFP, at PSU’s sole
    discretion, PSU may choose to consider and negotiate the inclusion of terms and conditions
    contained in such Proposer agreements and contracts or documents reasonably related to this
    RFP as supplemental to PSU’s Standard Terms and Conditions contained in this RFP (see
    Section 6). PSU will not consider any supplemental terms and conditions that have not been
    submitted with the Proposal. Any respondent that desires to have terms and conditions negotiated
    must submit the terms and conditions that are to be considered for negotiation at the time of
    submission of the Proposal. Any terms and conditions that are not submitted with the Proposal will
    not be considered.

17. EXHIBITS AND ATTACHMENTS

     The following exhibits and attachments are hereby incorporated by reference into this
     RFP:

       Attachment 1: Proposal Response Format
       Attachment 2: Pricing Response Format and Requirement


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SECTION 2: REQUIREMENTS & SPECIFICATIONS


1.   SERVICE REQUIREMENTS

      Full Preventive Maintenance: Elevator Contractor agrees to provide FULL PREVENTIVE
      MAINTENANCE service for all elevator systems as stated in this Contract. This includes all
      labor and material to perform routine Preventive Maintenance as well as any required
      Callbacks, Adjustments, Lubrication, Repairs, Parts Replacements, Testing and Cleaning as
      required to maintain all elevator equipment in first class condition and safe operating order, at
      all times.

      The Contractor shall maintain all elevator equipment in a safe operating condition, within the
      manufacturer’s proper operating limits and original specifications, with minimum elevator
      callbacks and shutdowns.

      Elevator Contractor shall include the following elements in the Preventive Maintenance
      Procedures for all elevators:

            Provide twice monthly operational checks of all elevator car door safety
             edges/detectors. Elevator Contractor shall provide documentation of such checking in
             their machine room check charts.

            Provide twice monthly check of directional lights; call registered lights and all other
             elevator lighting fixtures. Furnish and replace all burned out bulbs.

            Maintain pit lighting, car top lighting and hoist way lighting.

            Repair loose cab handrails and maintain fastening bolt tightness.

            Repair and maintain communication equipment installed by Elevator Contractor and
             communication equipment cabinetry doors and door hinges.

      Elevator Contractor shall notify PSU before any elevator or wheelchair lift is removed from
      service. Elevator Contractor shall notify PSU when such elevator or wheelchair lift is placed
      back in normal service. The schedule for provision of service by Elevator Contractor shall vary
      according to the frequency as stated in this Contract. Elevator Contractor is expected to work
      closely with PSU and/or any firm authorized by PSU to arrange specific service times that are
      most beneficial to PSU.

      Elevator Contractor shall maintain hoist way, pit, machinery, elevator machine rooms, and any
      assigned Elevator Contractor's Work space in a clean, orderly condition, free of dirt, dust, oil
      and grease spills, trash and debris, at all times.

      Elevator Contractor shall be sensitive to PSU’s needs during their Work activity and create no
      excessive noise. Work that will generate excessive noise shall be scheduled with PSU.

      Elevator Contractor shall maintain three (3) complete sets of wiring diagrams showing "as
      built" conditions with any changes or modifications to circuits resulting from control
      modifications, parts replacement or equipment up-grade. One set shall remain in the machine
      rooms, one set shall be maintained in the Elevator Contractor's office and the third set shall be
      maintained in PSU offices. When any modifications are made to diagrams, three copies of the
      modified drawings must be made. One copy shall be furnished to PSU to update their copy of

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the appropriate drawing. A copy shall be used to update the Elevator Contractor's office
drawings and the original changes shall be maintained in the equipment machine rooms. PSU
retains sole possession of these wiring diagrams. Wiring diagrams shall be kept in a neat and
orderly fashion in the machine rooms. PSU will attempt to provide Wiring Diagrams, however
if PSU cannot supply the wiring diagrams, Contractor shall provide Wiring Diagrams at their
expense.

Elevator Contractor shall be responsible for maintaining exterior of the machinery, and other
parts of the elevator equipment, properly painted, identified, and presentable at all times.

Elevator Contractor shall provide a lockable metal parts cabinet in the elevator machine
rooms. Elevator Contractor shall coordinate installation with PSU.

Elevator Contractor shall conduct monthly evaluations of equipment performance, including
car speed, door operations, riding quality and car leveling. Following such evaluations, the
Elevator Contractor shall perform adjustment, repairs and replacements required to maintain
manufacturer's operating performance. A copy of evaluations will be left with PSU and
Elevator Consultant and reviewed with them on request.

Elevator Contractor shall, as required, but at least annually, dismantle the brake plunger
assembly, examine, replace worn parts, clean, lubricate, reassemble and adjust as required
for proper operation.

Elevator Contractor shall provide a qualified management representative to serve as Project
Manager. Project Manager shall meet with PSU at such times as may be requested to discuss
job details and concerns and/or any other matters concerning this Contract, or the Work to be
performed herein, to assure amicable and successful execution of this Contract. The Project
Manager shall be authorized to render any reasonable decisions to PSU without unnecessary
delay.

Elevator Contractor shall instruct all staff, agents, employees, and subcontractors to perform in
a workmanlike manner. The selected Contractor shall perform all work in a proper
workmanlike manner to the entire satisfaction of PSU’s staff, faculty, students and visitors.

Elevator Contractor shall protect all building equipment, surfaces, etc. from damage and
perform repairs/replacement of any damaged items, caused by Contractor’s field personnel,
agents and subcontractors, to as new condition, at their own expense, and to the entire
satisfaction of PSU authorized representative.

Uniforms shall be worn by Contractor’s field personnel, agents, and subcontractors identifying
them as employees of Contractor for ease of identification by PSU. Contractor shall enforce
strict discipline and order among their employees while on PSU premises, and shall be subject
to the rules and regulations established by PSU. Personnel deemed unacceptable by PSU,
for any reason, will not be allowed to perform work under this Contract with PSU.

Elevator Contractor shall provide to PSU a list of the names of field personnel that will be
assigned to the project. The list shall be upgraded to current if service persons change routes
or assignments.

Keys for PSU’s elevator machine rooms may be checked out by Contractor from PSU Public
Safety Office located at 1939 SW Broadway. A signature log of key use will be maintained.
After work is completed, Contractor shall return all keys. Contractor’s service persons
assigned to PSU shall be issued keys to the elevator machine rooms. Duplication by


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      Contractor of any PSU key is prohibited. Any and all costs incurred by PSU due to the loss of
      keys by Contractor, including changing of locks, shall be reimbursed by Contractor.

      Elevator Contractor shall maintain at all times the original elevators contract speed in feet per
      minute. Perform all adjustments required to maintain the proper door opening and closing
      time, within limits of applicable codes. Check the operating system for each unit to ensure that
      unit is kept operating continuously and make necessary tests and corrections to ensure all
      circuits are correct and time settings are properly adjusted.

      Elevator Contractor shall maintain the following minimum elevator performance requirements:

                     Speed: +/- 5% in both directions under all loading conditions for
                      geared/gearless equipment, 10% for hydraulic equipment.

                     Door closing time: Measured from start of door closing until the hoist way doors
                      are fully closed, will be the minimum permitted by Code.

                     Door dwell time: As permitted by The Americans with Disability Act, as now or
                      hereafter amended.

                     Floor leveling accuracy: As required by Code.

      In accomplishing the above requirements, Elevator Contractor shall maintain a comfortable
      elevator ride with smooth acceleration, retardation and a soft stop. Door operation shall be
      quiet and positive with smooth checking at the extremes of travel.

      Any additional work required to be performed pursuant to Federal, State or Local Code
      amendments subsequent to the date of this Agreement, or tests required to be performed
      which are not currently within the scope of this Agreement, will be performed by Elevator
      Contractor only upon receipt of a written change order from PSU.

      Elevator Contractor shall provide to PSU, appropriate service manuals, adjusting manuals and
      technical manuals for all elevator equipment.

      All records and documents pertaining to the elevator equipment provided to Elevator
      Contractor by PSU shall be kept current and in good condition and shall be returned to PSU
      upon demand or upon termination of this Contract.

2.   TESTING

      Elevator Contractor shall conduct the following tests, and any other tests required by Oregon
      Division of Fire Safety, Elevator Safety Unit, State of Oregon, Federal and any other
      Governing or Code Agency that is in effect at the date of signing this Contract. Services shall
      include, but not be limited to:

             Elevator Contractor shall provide quarterly inspections and testing of the Firefighter's
             Service-Phase I and Phase II and standby power operation, if installed. Any additional
             cost to complete the above inspections and testing on overtime shall be the
             responsibility of Elevator Contractor. Elevator Contractor shall maintain an up-to-date
             log of Firefighter's Service testing in the machine rooms and submit the results to PSU
             authorized representative on a quarterly basis. Firefighter's Service testing shall be
             entered and recorded on a form supplied by Elevator Contractor and/or as required by
             the State of Oregon Elevator Inspection Department.


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             Provide all testing as required by the State of Oregon Elevator Inspection Department
             and required by the ASME A17.1 Safety Code for Elevator and Escalators.

      Elevator Contractor shall annually check the dispatching systems and make necessary tests
      and adjustments to insure that all circuits and time settings are properly adjusted, and all
      systems are performing as designed and installed. Elevator Contractor shall submit an annual
      written report of these results to PSU.

      Elevator Contractor shall audit the elevator equipment once per year. An annual report from
      the audit will be provided to PSU by the last business day of the first year under contract. The
      report will include recommendations for improvements and estimates of cost for labor and
      materials to complete the suggested improvements. PSU’s equipment will be audited for:

             Code Compliance. Evaluate current Code compliance of all equipment. Monitor
             industry and Code developments and provide PSU with warning of anticipated Code
             changes to take effect during the fiscal year following the audit report. Recommend
             corrections, which should be made in the fiscal year following the audit report.

             Equipment Performance. Audit performance of all equipment against its original
             parameters or specifications. Recommend corrections, which should be made in the
             fiscal year following the audit report.

             Equipment Aesthetics. Audit the physical condition and appearance of the equipment
             visible to users and recommend upgrades, which should be considered to keep the
             equipment appealing to users and current with site standards for colors and decoration
             schemes.

      Written reports of said tests shall be submitted to PSU within five (5) calendar days of actual
      testing.

      PSU shall receive seven (7) days prior written notification of all tests so that a Representative
      of PSU may witness said tests. Safety precautions are understood to be of highest priority.
      Care will be taken to safeguard all surrounding building property during the testing. If during
      the testing, the actual testing fails the prescribed testing procedures in the ASME A17.1 and
      re-testing is required, the Elevator Contractor shall pay all costs of PSU’s Representative to
      witness such testing.

3.   CHARTS-LOGS-INSPECTIONS

      Elevator Contractor shall post the Elevator Contractor’s standard Preventive Maintenance
      Schedule/Chart and a Work Log in each elevator machine room and designated area. The
      Work Log shall include all entries for routine and non-routine maintenance and repairs,
      including supervisor’s surveys. Entries shall include date work is complete, mechanic or
      supervisor’s name, brief description of work completed and the approximate time required for
      the work. The Work Log and Preventive Maintenance Schedule/Chart shall be maintained for
      PSU’s inspection at any time. PSU may copy the Work Log and Preventive Maintenance
      Schedule/Chart at any time.

      Elevator Contractor shall provide PSU with a schedule, in either written or electronic form, (as
      preferred by PSU) of when elevators will be taken out of service for Preventive Maintenance.
      PSU must approve any changes to this schedule in writing.




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      Elevator Contractor shall offer inspections of hoist way, pit equipment, car top and machine
      rooms to PSU upon completing scheduled Preventive Maintenance at no expense to PSU.

4.   DISPOSAL OF OILS/MATERIALS, ETC

      Elevator Contractor will be fully responsible for removal and disposal of all oils, greases,
      solvents and soiled cleaning cloths/rags that are used in the repair, service and adjusting of all
      elevator equipment. All material will be disposed of in accordance with all present or future
      City, State and Federal Laws and Regulations, which may be applicable.

      When work is performed, the Elevator Contractor shall insure that all areas are clean and
      salvaged materials or scraps are removed before leaving jobsite. If Elevator Contractor fails to
      do so, PSU may perform necessary clean up actions and shall invoice the Elevator Contractor
      for all costs.

5.   EXTENT OF COVERAGE

      Elevator Contractor shall prepare and submit to PSU a detailed preventive maintenance
      schedule for all elevator equipment to be serviced within five (5) calendar days after execution
      of the Contract. At a minimum, the elevators shall be examined and maintained in accordance
      with the following frequency:

      Minimum Service Frequency
             Refer to Schedule of Equipment for Service Frequency
      Extent of Coverage-Geared & Gearless: Elevator Contractor shall:

             Regularly and systematically examine, clean, lubricate, adjust, and, when conditions
             warrant, repair or replace the following items including all other items or components
             pertaining to the operation/maintenance/adjusting/repair/testing/cleaning of the total
             elevator equipment:

                     Geared hoist machine-including: brake-armature-fields-brushes-brush, rigging-
                      gear case-gears-all bearings-hoist motor-sheave.
                     Hoist and governor ropes.
                     Governor.
                     Governor pit sheave.
                     Controllers, Selector, Starters, Dispatcher and Relay Panels
                     All Bearings
                     All Rotating Elements
                     Contacts, Relays and Timers
                     Resistors and Transformers
                     Solid-State Devices
                     In-Car Emergency Lighting
                     In –Car Telephone Sets
                     Intercom Systems – lobby to car and machine room


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           Traveling Cables
           Firefighter's Service equipment
           Automatic Power Door Operators, Landing and Car Door Hangers, Landing
            and Car Door Contacts, Door Protective Devices, Hoist way Door Interlocks,
            Bottom Door Guides
           Interlocks and Door Closures
           Car Buffers
           Car Exhaust Fan
           Car-Top Inspection Station
           Limit and Slowdown Switches
           Door Protective Devices and Alarm Bells
           Car and Corridor Operating Pushbuttons
           Load Weighing equipment
           All Hall Lanterns, Car Position and Hall Position Indicators, Lobby Control
            Panels, Car Operating Panels, and all other signal and Accessory Facilities
            furnished and installed as a part of the whole equipment
           Car and counterweight roller guides
           Furnish lubricants and all cleaning supplies

Extent of Coverage-Hydraulic Elevators: Elevator Contractor shall:

    Regularly and systematically examine, clean, lubricate, adjust, and, when conditions
    warrant, repair or replace the following items including all other items or components
    pertaining to the operation/maintenance/adjusting/repair/testing/cleaning of the total
    elevator equipment:


           Hydraulic pumps and associated plumbing
           Hydraulic cylinder (part that is not in the ground), plunger, packing and packing
            head
           Hydraulic fluid and piping, unless the piping is underground
           Seismic Valve and pit shut off valve
           Hydraulic oil line couplings
           All exposed hydraulic oil lines, brackets and stands
           Controllers, Starters, Selector and Relay Panels
           Pump Motors
           All Bearings
           All Rotating Elements
           Contacts, Relays and Timers
           Resistors and Transformers


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                    Solid-State Devices
                    In-Car Emergency Lighting
                    In Car Telephone Sets
                    Intercom Systems – lobby to car and machine room
                    Firefighter's Service Equipment
                    Automatic Power Door Operators, Landing and Car Door Hangers, Landing
                     and Car Door Contacts, Door Protective Devices, Hoist way Door Interlocks,
                     Bottom Door Guides, Door Closures
                    Interlocks
                    Car Buffers
                    Limit and Slowdown Switches
                    Door Protective Devices and Alarm Bells
                    Car and Corridor Operating Pushbuttons
                    Load Weighing Equipment
                    All Hall Lanterns, Car Position and Hall Position Indicators, Lobby Control
                     Panels, Car Operating Panels, and all other signal and Accessory Facilities
                     furnished and installed as a part of the whole equipment
                    Electrical Traveling Cables
                    Furnish lubricants and all cleaning supplies

             Hydraulic Oil: The Contractor shall maintain proper amounts of hydraulic oil in all
             hydraulic elevator systems. Contractor shall provide hydraulic oil logs in the elevator
             machine rooms. Log entries by Contractor shall include amount of hydraulic oil added,
             date, and serviceperson. Contractor shall advise PSU in writing of any hydraulic oil
             added to any hydraulic elevator system within 24 hours of Contractor adding hydraulic
             oil. This report shall include, at a minimum, the following information: Elevator
             Contractor, date, elevator number, amount of hydraulic oil added, reason for adding
             hydraulic oil and serviceperson performing work.

        Extent of Coverage-Wheel Chair Lifts and Dumbwaiters:

             Minimum Service Frequency: Quarterly Service (Oil and Grease)
             Elevator Contractor shall:
                    Regularly and systematically examine, clean, lubricate the wheel chair lift and
                     dumbwaiter equipment

                    Furnish lubricants and all cleaning supplies

6.   EXCLUSIONS

      The following items of equipment, hoist way and machine room enclosures are not included in
      this contract unless damaged by the Elevator Contractor.




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      Elevator Contractor shall not be responsible for the following items and shall receive
      compensation for repairing such items. Rates as specified in the Contract:

                     Door knocked off the tracks/broken gibes

                     Elevators left on independent, fire, attendant or emergency service

                     Elevator call buttons broken, burned or jammed

                     Car door detector out of adjustment from doors being hit

                     Elevator turned off inside the car and the door pulled shut, unless there is an
                      actual elevator problem that is included in their Contract

      Elevator Contractor shall not be responsible for repairs and replacement pertaining to the car
      enclosure, including removable panels, door panels, car doors, suspended ceilings, handrails,
      car finish and flooring coverings, hoist way enclosures, hoist way entrance frames, sills and
      emergency telephone instruments, signal fixture faceplates, Smoke Detectors, underground
      hydraulic piping and the underground part of the hydraulic cylinder and cleaning of car
      interiors. Elevator Contractor shall be responsible to maintain all elevator handrails correctly
      fastened to the cab walls, at all times.

      Elevator Contractor shall not be responsible to replace mainline and auxiliary disconnect
      switches, fuses and feeders to control panels. All above-ground electrical conduit and wiring
      are included in the Contract.

      Elevator Contractor shall not be responsible for repairs required because of negligence,
      accident or misuse of the equipment by anyone other than Elevator Contractor, their
      employees, subcontractors, and agents.

      PSU agrees to maintain the elevator pits and machine rooms free from water and from
      unauthorized use. (However, the Contractor shall bear full responsibility for and shall hold PSU
      harmless from damage or loss to Contractor’s materials and equipment stored at PSU.)

      Elevator Contractor shall not be obligated to make other safety tests or install new
      attachments, whether or not recommended or directed by insurance companies, or by federal,
      state, municipal, or other governmental or non-governmental authorities unless requested to
      do so by PSU. In that event, Elevator Contractor shall proceed to perform the tests or work,
      and shall be reimbursed at the rates as stated in the Contract. Elevator Contractor shall
      advise PSU, however, whenever such tests or attachments are recommended or required.
      Elevator Contractor shall not be required to make renewals or repairs necessitated by the
      negligence, misuse or obsolescence of the equipment or any other cause beyond its control
      except ordinary wear and tear unless such renewals or repairs are caused by Elevator
      Contractor's negligence or misuse in performing or failure to perform pursuant to this
      Agreement.


7.   INSPECTION OF EQUIPMENT AND FEES

      PSU reserves the right to make such inspections and tests whenever necessary, at their
      expense, or at the expense of the Elevator Contractor if any provisions of this Contract have
      not been adhered to by Elevator Contractor, when deemed necessary to ascertain that the
      requirements of these specifications are being fulfilled. PSU will promptly notify Elevator

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      Contractor in writing of the deficiencies identified. Elevator Contractor shall resolve all
      deficiencies at Elevator Contractor’s total expense within ten (10) calendar days of written
      notification.

      Elevator Inspection fees shall be paid by PSU. PSU shall notify Elevator Contractor, in writing,
      of items required to be completed, which are the responsibility of Elevator Contractor.
      Elevator Contractor shall correct all deficiencies immediately. Fees for re-inspection due to
      failure to eliminate deficiencies included in this Contract and the responsibility of Elevator
      Contractor shall be paid by Elevator Contractor. Elevator Contractor shall submit, in writing, a
      Work schedule of items to be completed by Elevator Contractor within seven (7) calendar days
      of notification of PSU. Elevator Contractor shall notify PSU, in writing of all items corrected.
      PSU shall notify the Elevator Inspector, in writing, of items completed with copy of report to
      Elevator Contractor.

8.   REQUESTS FOR SERVICE

      Elevator Contractor shall provide 24-hour/7-days a week answering service. Elevator
      Contractor shall provide a list of Elevator Contractor's Branch Manager, Service and Repair
      Superintendent’s home and cellular phone numbers for emergency contact in the event the
      answering service is ineffective. Management list shall be submitted to PSU within five (5)
      working days of the Contract start date.

      Elevator Contractor shall respond to all phone messages from PSU within fifteen (15) minutes
      of receipt.

      Emphasis shall be placed on keeping the elevators operating during the day. Removal of
      equipment from service for scheduled maintenance shall be scheduled with PSU.

      No repair shall be performed outside the scope of this Contract without prior approval from
      PSU.

      If any equipment is shut down for more than twenty four (24) continuous hours after
      notification of a failure (except for pre-scheduled or major equipment repairs) the monthly unit
      billing shall be suspended until the individual elevator equipment is restored to service.

      In the event an elevator fails to operate properly, PSU will notify Elevator Contractor by
      telephone and request immediate repair. For this purpose, Elevator Contractor shall maintain,
      at all times, office facilities, a twenty-four (24) hour telephone service and personnel to
      promptly dispatch competent mechanics to repair any reported elevator failure.

      If a safety or potential safety problem exists, Elevator Contractor shall immediately correct the
      problem. Written notification of corrective measures undertaken shall be provided to PSU, in
      writing, within one (1) business day.

      In case of an elevator accident, Elevator Contractor shall be notified immediately by PSU. The
      elevator shall not be placed in operation until an investigation is performed by PSU’s
      representative and State of Oregon Elevator Inspector. Elevator Contractor shall provide a
      written report to PSU stating the condition of the elevator before the Elevator Contractor
      leaves PSU’s facility. The elevator will not be placed in operation until an investigation is
      performed by PSU’s representative and/or the Oregon Elevator Inspector if the following
      conditions occur:

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       The elevator is not safe to place in normal operating service because of obvious
       mechanical and/or electrical condition.

       There is a concern by the Elevator Contractor or PSU as to the possible continued
       elevator malfunction if placed in service.

When corrective action is found to be the responsibility of the Elevator Contractor, the Elevator
Contractor shall proceed immediately to make replacements, repairs, and corrections. If
Elevator Contractor fails to perform the Work required by the terms of the Contract in a diligent
and satisfactory manner, PSU may, after five (5) calendar days written notice to Elevator
Contractor, perform or cause to be performed all or part of the Work required there under.
Elevator Contractor shall reimburse PSU for any expense incurred therefore or PSU, at its
election, may deduct the amount from any sum owed or to be owed Elevator Contractor.
When such Work is determined not to be the Elevator Contractor’s responsibility, a written
report, including a cost estimate to remedy the deficiency, signed by the Elevator Contractor,
shall be delivered to PSU by 3:00 p.m. the next business day for further action by PSU. If
PSU elects to have the Elevator Contractor perform these services, they will issue a separate
Purchase Order Request beforehand. If a safety problem is noted, which is not within the
Elevator Contractor's area of responsibility or expertise, written notice of such problem shall
immediately be furnished to PSU.

No allowances shall be made to Elevator Contractor for extra costs as a result of difficulties
encountered during any Work. All materials incorporated in the Work shall become the
property of PSU upon material/parts installation.

Elevator Contractor will, upon request, assist PSU with written recommendations to improve
service and reduce call backs. Elevator Contractor shall provide the "Callback Log Form" to
PSU within seven (7) calendar days after the end of the previous month. Preventive
Maintenance tickets will be separated for Work completed. The intent of this summary is to
minimize callbacks by keeping the Elevator Contractor and PSU aware of callback trends.
Elevator Contractor shall review Preventive Maintenance duties and Callback Trends with
PSU on a monthly basis. Elevator Contractor shall provide PSU, on a monthly basis, copies of
all time tickets for "all" work performed during the preceding month, if requested by PSU.

Downtime notification is required according to the following schedule:

       Emergency Shut Down. PSU is to be notified immediately by phone, cell phone, pager
       or radio of emergency repairs or safety issues at time of detection. At minimum, a
       voice-mail message is required.

       Short Shut Down. PSU is to be informed in writing (fax or e-mail acceptable) three (3)
       days in advance when an elevator will be taken down for two (2) hours to eight (8)
       hours for non-emergency service/repair/upgrade.

       Major Shut Down. PSU is to be informed in writing (fax or e-mail acceptable) one (1)
       week in advance when an elevator will be taken down for more than one (1) day for
       non-emergency service/repair/upgrade.

Elevator Contractor shall immediately shut down and remove the elevator equipment from
service when it appears to Elevator Contractor to be unsafe or operating in a manner which
might cause injury to anyone using said elevator equipment. Elevator Contractor shall provide
PSU written notice of such action immediately, stating the reason the elevator was placed out
of service and corrective measures required to place the elevator in service. Written notice
shall be provided by Elevator Contractor before Elevator Contractor’s personnel leave the
jobsite.

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      Request for "Emergency Service Requests" is made when an elevator is shut down or unsafe
      to use. "Emergency Service Requests" shall include the following and shall require 24 hours-
      a-day, 7 days-a-week on-site service be provided at no additional cost to PSU:

             Person(s) trapped in any elevator.

             All Elevators shut down in a building.

      "Emergency Service Requests" Response Time is counted from the end of the phone call
      requesting repair to when the technician arrives at PSU and contacts PSU Representative.
      Elevator Contractor shall respond to all "Emergency Service Requests" in accordance with the
      following standards:

             Weekdays between 8:00 am to 5:00 pm: = 30 minutes.

             All other days/hours: = 60 minutes.

             "Emergency Service Requests" shall be resolved as quickly and effectively as possible
             and in such a manner that the disruption of equipment service and inconvenience to
             users is absolutely minimized.

             Elevator Contractor shall mobilize all necessary resources, including labor, equipment,
             tools, parts and materials as required to complete work required under these
             requirements.

      Elevator Contractor shall provide unlimited "Routine Service Request" for elevator at no
      additional cost to PSU. "Routine Service Requests" Response Time is counted from the end
      of the phone call requesting repair to when the technician arrives at PSU and contacts PSU
      Representative. A "Routine Service Request" is any request not deemed by PSU to require
      immediate response and resolution by Elevator Contractor. "Routine Service Requests" shall
      include the following:

             Weekdays between 8:00 am to 5:00 pm: = 60 minutes.

             All other days/hours: = 60 minutes.

             "Routine Service Requests" shall be resolved as quickly and effectively as possible
             and in such a manner that the disruption of equipment service and inconvenience to
             users is absolutely minimized.

             Elevator Contractor shall mobilize all necessary resources, including labor, equipment,
             tools, parts and materials as required to complete the work required under these
             requirements.

      Remote Monitoring: Any and all remote monitoring equipment and on-going monthly service
      shall be at the Elevator Contractor’s total expense.

9.   WORK TICKETS

      After each service/trouble call and regularly scheduled maintenance, a legible Work ticket will
      be completed indicating the date of work, work performed, parts replaced, total hours on the
      job and the Service Technician performing the Work. In the case of an elevator shutdown or
      repair, the Work ticket will describe the condition of the equipment when the Service

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     Technician arrives on-site, cause of the elevator failure and the action taken to correct the
     failure. Each month, Elevator Contractor shall provide a written callback report showing cause
     and correction of each month’s callback(s).

     Each month a Report shall be sent to PSU and/or their representative, a copy of all Time
     Tickets, Callback Logs, Extra Billing, Test Reports and Repairs required. Reports shall be
     received no later than the first Tuesday following the end of the month.

     All Work Tickets shall be left with PSU after all visits. Preventive Maintenance tickets shall be
     separated for work completed. Copies of Work Tickets shall be included in any invoice other
     than the monthly Preventive Maintenance Contract Amount Invoice.

     Elevator Contractor shall provide, if requested by PSU and/or a company designated by PSU,
     quarterly, by the 10th day of the month following the quarter, copies of the three previous
     monthly "Check Charts". Report shall contain, but shall not be limited to, the following
     information:

                    Dates and times of inspection and/or service

                    Names of persons performing inspection and/or service

                    Location and description of equipment being inspected and/or service

                    Condition of equipment

                    Inspection/service performed


10. MATERIALS

     Elevator Contractor shall maintain an inventory level of spare elevator parts on-site which will
     permit prompt repair or replacement of components that fail or become worn. The elevators
     shall not be left shut down more than four (4) hours because of spare (replacement) parts not
     on-site.

     Elevator Contractor shall mark and identify all lubricating oils and cleaning solvents that are
     stored on-site. All storage cans shall be Code approved. All unmarked cans shall be removed
     from PSU’s premises by Contractor in accordance with all City, State, Federal Laws and
     Regulations that may be applicable. Elevator machine rooms shall not be used for storage of
     materials or items that do not pertain to the elevator maintenance of PSU’s elevators.

     Material Safety Data Sheets (MSDS) for products Elevator Contractor intends to use under
     this Contract shall be provided to PSU authorized representative prior to commencement of
     work. It shall remain the responsibility of the Contractor to inform and train their field
     personnel, agents, and subcontractors on the use of the MSDS.

     In performing the Work indicated in these specifications, Elevator Contractor agrees to provide
     only manufacturer approved parts used by the manufacturers of the equipment for
     replacement or repair, and to use only those lubricants obtained from and/or recommended by
     the manufacturer of the equipment. If Elevator Contractor wishes to provide parts or lubricants
     other than recommended by the Elevator Manufacturer, Elevator Contractor shall, in writing,
     state the type proposed and the lubrication specifications to PSU for review and written



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      approval. These replacement parts shall not be considered an upgrade of elevator equipment
      and shall be provided by Contractor at no additional cost to PSU.

      Contractor shall procure replacements parts in the most expeditious manner available.

      Parts requiring repair shall be rebuilt to an "as new" condition.

      Elevator Contractor shall maintain on site or at their local office, at all times, a sufficient
      amount of replacement parts, by the original manufacturer, to maintain the equipment in first-
      class and safe operating condition, at all times. The minimum inventory shall include, but not
      be limited to, the following minimum replacement parts of each type of elevator:

         ELEVATOR PARTS
         Quantity     Part Description
            1     Door Operator-each type/model, complete.
            1     Car Door Detector, complete.
            4     Car Door Rollers-each type.
            8     Hoist way Door Hanger Rollers-each type.
            4     Hoist way Door Closures-each type.
            2     Car Roller Guides-each type.
            4     Electrical Mechanical Hoist way Door Interlocks-each type.
            4     Hoist way and Car Door Gibs-each type.
            2     Hall and Car Push-Button Replacement Parts-each type.
            2     Hoist way Limit Switches Parts-each type.
            2     Hoist way Slowdown Switches Parts-each type.
            2     Each of Electrical Relays.
            1     Each of all Solid State Circuit Boards-for each type.
                  Ample Supply of Lubricants and Cleaning Material.

11. MICROPROCESSORS:

      Elevator Contractor shall maintain, in stock, available for immediate usage, an inventory of
      replacement parts for any microprocessor/solid state equipment used for each elevator
      system. This includes all solid-state boards located in the machine rooms, fixture stations, car
      tops or any other location.

      Elevator Contractor's service technicians shall carry diagnostic equipment designed to analyze
      programming and microprocessor functions and malfunctions on all elevator equipment.

      Elevator Contractor shall pay for all costs if the original elevator manufacturer must be brought
      on-site to re-program the elevator system or be required to place the elevator in service.

12. MAINTENANCE CONTROL PROGRAM (MCP)
     Elevator Contractor shall provide an MCP for the elevator equipment. The MCP shall include,
     but is not limited to the following:

             Examinations, maintenance, and tests of equipment at scheduled intervals in order to
             ensure that the installation conforms to the requirements of ASME A17.1/CSA
             B44/CSA B44 Section 8.6. The maintenance procedures and intervals shall be based on:

                     equipment age, condition, and accumulated wear



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       design and inherent quality of the equipment

       usage

       environmental conditions

       improved technology

       the manufacturer’s recommendations for any SIL rated devices or circuits



Cleaning, lubricating, and adjusting applicable components at regular intervals and
repairing or replacing all worn or defective components where necessary to maintain the
installation in compliance with the requirements of ASME A17.1/CSA B44/CSA B44
Section 8.6.

The instructions for locating the Maintenance Control Program shall be provided in or
on the controller along with instructions on how to report any corrective action that
might be necessary to PSU.

The maintenance records required shall be kept at a central location agreeable and
accessible to PSU and the Elevator Contractor’s elevator personnel.

The Maintenance Control Program shall be accessible to the elevator personnel and
shall document compliance with ASME A17.1/CSA B44/CSA B44 Section 8.6.

       Procedures for tests, periodic inspections, maintenance, replacements,
       adjustments, and repairs for all SIL rated E/E/PES electrical protective devices
       and circuits shall be incorporated into and made part of the Maintenance Control
       Program.

       Where unique or product-specific procedures or methods are required to inspect
       or test equipment, such procedures or methods shall be included in the
       Maintenance Control Program.




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                         SECTION 3: PRICING PROPOSAL

The Contract and stated hourly rates price shall be subject to annual adjustment one (1) year
from the beginning of the Contract and annually thereafter upon approval by PSU. 85% of the
amount will be based on the percent change of the elevator mechanics wage (increase or
decrease) in the locality where the elevator equipment covered by this Contract is maintained.
The remaining 15% will be based on the percent change in material cost (increase or
decrease) based on the Producer Price Index for Metals and Metal Products as published by
the United States Department of Commerce, Bureau of Labor Statistics. See Attachment 2

The price adjustment in any annual period shall be limited to a maximum of 4.5%.

Sixty (60) day advance notification of price adjustments shall be submitted to PSU.




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                          SECTION 4: INSTRUCTIONS TO PROPOSERS

                       PROPOSAL CONTENT AND EVALUATION CRITERIA

Proposer must incorporate all specifications as identified in Section 2: Specifications of this
RFP into the following evaluation criteria. Failure to address each specification individually
may result in PSU’s determination that the Proposal is non- responsive and the Proposal could
thereby be rejected.


Evaluation Criteria. The Evaluation Committee will evaluate the submitted proposals and determine
to what extent each meets the needs of PSU. The Committee members will independently award
points and then combine their scores to determine an average score.

COSTS TO PSU
     For Costs, the Bidder with the lowest cost proposal for the elevator maintenance as specified
     in the Cost Proposal (Attachment 2) will receive full points, higher cost Bidders will receive
     proportionally lower points according to the formula: [1 -(Bid #2 - Low Bid)/Bid #2] x 100 x 50
     pts.

           Cost Scoring Example. Three bidders bid the following amounts which are considered as
           costs to PSU:
                   Bidder A          $125,000 40 pts
                   Bidder B          $100,000 50 pts
                   Bidder C          $200,000 25 pts

           In this example there are 50 points available.
                    Lowest bidder, Vendor B gets the full 50 pts for being Low Bid.
                    Bidder A gets: [1- (125,000-100,000/125,000) x 50 pts]= 0.80 x 50=40 pts
                    Bidder C gets: [1- (200,000-100,000/200,000) x 50 pts] =0.50 x 50=25 pts

           In addition, hourly rates for each labor classification will also be scored. The Bidder with
           the lowest hourly rate for each labor classification as specified in the Cost Proposal
           (Attachment 2) will receive full points, higher cost Bidders will receive proportionally lower
           points according to the formula: [1 -(Bid #2 - Low Bid)/Bid #2] x 100 x 10 pts.

Exceeding Mandatory Requirements
      Describe any additional services included in the Pricing Proposal that exceed the minimum
      service requirements described in Section 2 above.

Vendor History, Experience, Staffing, Emergency Response
      Provide a detailed company profile/history including your experience working on service
      contracts of similar size to this proposed contract.

       Provide resumes/details of experience for all proposed staff that will provide service under this
       contract.

       Describe your experience with and protocols for emergency response to meet the
       requirements of this RFP

References




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       Provide a list of references (minimum of 5) for your firm on service contracts of similar
       magnitude as that described in this RFP. Include company name, address, contact person
       and current telephone number for all.

Optional Committee Interview.
      PSU may request clarification of any Proposal by phone, in writing, or during an in-person
      interview. The Evaluation Committee may at its sole discretion invite the highest rated
      proposers for a question and answer meeting. During the meeting, the Proposer will not be
      allowed to make changes to his/her Proposal. The meeting is an opportunity for the
      Committee to meet key personnel and seek clarification of items indicated in the Proposal, and
      to re-score a Proposal if new information is disclosed. The Committee may award at its
      discretion a maximum of 45 additional points based on the interview.




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                                             SECTION 5: EVALUATION SCORING

Method of Award. The Contract will be awarded to the Proposer whose Proposal received the
highest awarded points and is the best value to meet PSU’s needs

Summary of Evaluation Criteria
    Costs to PSU .......... ........... .......... ........... .......... .......... .......... 60 Points
    Exceeding Mandatory Requirements ........... .......... ........... .......... 5 Points
    Vendor History, Experience, Staffing, Emergency Response ......... 20 Points
    References .... ......... .......... ........ .......... .......... ........... .......... 25 Points
    Minimum Total Points Available ....... ........... .......... ........... .......... 110 Points

         OPTIONAL Committee Interview ..... ........... .......... .......... .......... .45 Points
         Maximum Total Points Available ...... ........... .......... ........... .......... 155 Points




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                                      SECTION 6: PROPOSER CERTIFICATION

EACH PROPOSER MUST READ AND COMPLY WITH THE FOLLOWING SECTIONS. FAILURE TO DO SO
MAY RESULT IN PROPOSAL REJECTION.
SUBSECTION I: CERTIFICATION OF COMPLIANCE WITH TAX LAWS. As required by ORS 305.385(6), I,
the undersigned duly authorized representative of the Proposer, hereby certify under penalty of perjury that the
Proposer is not, to the best of my knowledge, in violation of any of the tax laws described in ORS 305.380(4).


SUBSECTION II: FINANCIAL RESPONSIBILITY-PSU reserves the right to investigate and evaluate, at any
time prior to award and execution of the contract, the apparent successful Proposer’s financial responsibility to
perform the contract. Submission of a signed Proposal shall constitute approval for PSU to obtain any credit
report information PSU deems necessary to conduct the evaluation. PSU shall notify the apparent successful
Proposer(s), in writing, of any other documentation required, which may include, but need not be limited to,
recent profit-and-loss history; current balance statements; assets-to-liabilities ratio, including number and
amount of secured versus unsecured creditor claims; availability of short and long-term financing; bonding
capacity and credit information, etc. Failure to promptly provide this information may result in Proposal
rejection. PSU may postpone the award or execution of the contract after announcement of the apparent
successful Proposer(s) in order to complete its investigation and evaluation. Failure of an apparent successful
Proposer to demonstrate financial responsibility, as required under OAR 580-040-0275 shall render the
Proposer non-responsible and shall constitute grounds for Proposal rejection, as required under OAR 580-040-
0275.

The undersigned agrees and certifies that he/she:
   1. Has read and understands all bid (Proposal) instructions, specifications, and terms and conditions
       contained herein (including any attachments listed in this document);
   2. Is an authorized representative of the Proposer, that the information provided in this Proposal is true
       and accurate, and that providing incorrect or incomplete information may be cause for Proposal
       rejection or contract termination;
   3. Is bound by and will comply with all requirements, specifications, and terms and conditions contained
       herein;
   4. Will furnish the designated item (s) and/or service(s) in accordance with the RFP, Proposal and the
       agreement; and
   5. Proposer will provide/furnish federal tax ID, federal employee identification number or social security
       number with Proposal submission.


SUBSECTION III: SIGNATURE BLOCK Company Name:

Signature of Proposer’s duly authorized representative for (Contractor)

_______________________________________________________________

Printed Name and Title: ___________________________________________

Phone Number: ______________________ Date: _______________________

Tax ID / Federal Employer Identification Number (FEIN): __________________

An authorized representative of the Proposer must sign this Proposal as well as initial any alterations or
erasures in ink.




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               SECTION 7: PSU STANDARD CONTRACT TERMS & CONDITIONS

(The following terms and conditions will govern the agreement entered into by Contractor and PSU,
resulting from this RFP.)

 1. DEFINITIONS:
    “Agreement” or “Contract” means the entire written agreement between the parties, including but
    not limited to any Work Order and any subsequent change notices. “Contractor” means a
    person or organization with whom PSU has contracted for the purchase of goods or services.
    The terms “Contractor” and “Seller” as used in the Uniform Commercial Code (ORS Chapter 72)
    are synonymous. “ORS” means Oregon Revised Statutes. “PSU” means the State of Oregon
    acting by and through the State Board of Higher Education on behalf of Portland State
    University, making the purchase and is synonymous with “Buyer” as used in ORS Chapter 12.
    “PSU” also means another Oregon Public agency if the purchase is being made under a
    cooperative purchasing program as authorized by ORS 190.240.

 2. ACCESS TO RECORDS:
    Contractor shall maintain all records pertinent to this agreement in such a manner as to clearly
    document Contractor’s performance. Contractor acknowledges and agrees that PSU, the
    Oregon Secretary of State’s Office, federal government, and their duly authorized
    representatives shall have access to such fiscal records and other books, documents, paper,
    plans and writings of Contractor that are pertinent to this Agreement to perform examination and
    audits and make excerpts and transcripts. Contractor shall retain and keep accessible all such
    records for a minimum of six (6) years, or such longer period as may be required by applicable
    law, following final payment and termination of this agreement, or until the conclusion of any
    audit, controversy or litigation arising out of or relating to this agreement, whichever date is later.

 3. AMENDMENTS:
    The terms of this agreement shall not be waived, altered, modified, supplemented or amended
    in any manner whatsoever without the prior written approval of PSU..

 4. APPROVALS:
    No work shall commence under this agreement until the agreement has been approved and
    signed by all parties.

 5. ASSIGNMENT/SUBCONTRACT:
    Contractor shall not assign, sell, transfer, subcontract or sublet rights, or delegate
    responsibilities under this agreement, in whole or in part, without the prior written approval of
    PSU. No such written approval shall relieve Contractor of any obligations of this agreement, and
    any transferee or subcontractor shall be considered the agent of Contractor. Contractor shall
    remain liable as between the original parties to the agreement as if no such assignment had
    occurred.

 6. BREACH OF AGREEMENT:
    If Contractor breaches any of the provisions of this agreement, PSU reserves the right to cancel
    this agreement effective immediately upon written notice to Contractor. Contractor shall be
    liable for any and all damages, including incidental and consequential damages, suffered by
    PSU as the result of Contractor’s breach of agreement. PSU shall also have any and all
    remedies provided under the Uniform Commercial Code (ORS chapter 72) in the event of
    breach of agreement by Contractor.




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7. CAPTIONS:
   The captions or headings in this agreement are for convenience only and in no way define, limit,
   or describe the scope or intent of any provisions of this agreement.

8. CASH DISCOUNT:
   If PSU is entitled to a cash discount, the period of computation shall commence on the date the
   entire order is delivered or the date the invoice is received, whichever is later.

9. COMPLIANCE WITH APPLICABLE LAW:
   Contractor shall comply with all federal, state, and local laws, codes, regulations and ordinances
   applicable to the goods to be purchased and the work to be done under this Agreement.
   Contractor shall comply with the Americans with Disabilities Act of 1990 (Public Law No. 101-
   336), Title VI of the Civil Rights Act of 1964, Section V of the Rehabilitation Act of 1973, ORS
   659.425, and all regulations and administrative rules established pursuant to the laws. Failure to
   comply with such requirements shall constitute a breach of Agreement and shall be grounds for
   agreement cancellation. Damages or costs resulting from noncompliance shall be the sole
   responsibility of Contractor.

10. CONFIDENTIAL INFORMATION:
    Contractor acknowledges that it and its employees or agents may, in the course of performing
    their responsibilities under this contract, be exposed to or acquire information that is confidential
    to PSU or the State of Oregon. Any and all information of any form obtained by Contractor or its
    employees or agents in the performance of this contract shall be deemed confidential
    information of PSU and of State (“Confidential Information”). Contractor agrees to hold
    Confidential Information in strict confidence, using at least the same degree of care that
    Contractor uses in maintaining the confidentiality of its own confidential information, and not to
    copy, reproduce, sell, assign, license, market, transfer or otherwise dispose of, give, or disclose
    Confidential Information to third parties or use Confidential Information for any purposes
    whatsoever other than in the performance of the contract, and to advise each of its employees
    and agents of their obligations to keep Confidential Information confidential. Contractor agrees
    that Contractor will not at any time during or after the term of this contract disclose, directly or
    indirectly, any Confidential Information to any person, and that upon termination of this contract,
    or at PSU’s request, Contractor will turn over to PSU all documents, papers and other material in
    Contractor’s possession which contain Confidential Information.

11. CONFLICT OF INTEREST:
    Contractor covenants that it presently has no interest and shall not acquire any interest, direct or
    indirect, which would conflict in any manner or degree with the performance of its services
    hereunder. Contractor further covenants that in the performance of this agreement no person
    having any such interest shall be employed by Contractor.

12. CONSIDERATION:
    The consideration paid in this agreement represents the total amount of remuneration for goods
    and services.

13. DEFAULT:
    PSU by written notice of default (including breach of agreement) to Contractor may terminate the
    whole or any part of this Agreement: (a) If Contractor institutes or has instituted against it
    insolvency, receivership or bankruptcy proceedings, makes an assignment for the benefit of
    creditors, or ceases doing business on a regular basis; or (b) If Contractor no longer holds a
    license or certificate that is required for Contractor to perform services under the contract, and
    Contractor has not obtained such license or certificate within ten (10) business days after
    delivery of PSU’s notice; or (c) If Contractor fails to provide services or materials called for by


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   this agreement within the time specified herein or any extension thereof; or (d) If Contractor fails
   to perform any of the other provisions of this Agreement , or fails to pursue the work so as to
   endanger performance of this Agreement in accordance with its term and, after receipt of written
   notice from PSU, fails to correct such failures within 10 days or such longer period as PSU may
   authorize. The rights and remedies of PSU provided in the above clause related to defaults
   (including breach of agreement) by Contractor shall not be exclusive and are in addition to any
   other rights and remedies provided by law or under this agreement. Contractor shall be liable
   for any and all damages, including incidental and consequential damages, suffered by PSU as
   the result of Contractor’s breach of agreement. In the event of repeated breach of public and/or
   private contracts, Contractor shall be subject to possible disqualification as a bidder on future
   PSU contracts.

14. DELIVERY:
    All deliveries shall be F.O.B. destinations with all transportation and handling charges being paid
    by Contractor. Responsibility and liability for loss or damage shall remain with Contractor until
    final inspection and acceptance, when responsibility shall pass to PSU except as to latent
    defects, fraud and Contractor’s warranty obligations.

15. ECONOMIC OPPORTUNITIES:
    Contractor shall, when applicable, have made good faith efforts to subcontract or establish joint
    ventures with or obtain materials to be used in performing the agreement from minority, women,
    or emerging small business enterprises.

16. FORCE MAJEURE:
    Neither party to this agreement shall be held responsible for delay or default caused by fire, riot,
    acts of God and/or war which is beyond that party’s reasonable control. PSU may terminate this
    Agreement upon written notice after determining such delay or default will reasonably prevent
    successful performance of the agreement. Contractor shall, however, make all reasonable
    efforts to remove or eliminate such a cause of delay or default and shall, upon cessation of the
    cause, diligently pursue performance of its obligation under this agreement.

17. FOREIGN CONTRACTOR:
    If Contractor is not domiciled in or registered to do business in the State of Oregon, Contractor
    shall promptly provide to the Oregon Department of Revenue and the Oregon Secretary of State
    Corporation Division all information required relative to this agreement. Contractor shall
    demonstrate its legal capacity to perform under this agreement in the State of Oregon prior to
    entering into this agreement.

18. GOVERNING LAW:
    This agreement shall be governed and construed in accordance with the laws of the State of
    Oregon without regard to principles of conflicts of law. Any claim, action, suit or proceeding
    (collectively “claim”) between PSU and Contractor that arises from or relates to this Agreement
    shall be brought and conducted solely and exclusively within the Circuit Court of Multnomah
    County for the State of Oregon; provided, however, if a claim must be brought in a federal forum,
    then it shall be brought and conducted solely and exclusively within the United States District
    Court for the District of Oregon. CONTRACTOR, BY EXECUTION OF THIS AGREEMENT,
    HEREBY CONSENTS TO THE IN PERSONAM JURISDICTION OF SAID COURTS.

19. INDEMNIFICATION:
    Contractor shall be responsible for all damage to property, injury to persons, and loss, expense,
    inconvenience, and delay which may be caused by, or result from, the conduct of work under
    this Agreement, or from any act, omission, or neglect of Contractor, its subcontractors, or
    employees. Contractor shall save, indemnify, and hold harmless the State of Oregon, the


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   Oregon University System, the State Board of Higher Education, PSU, and their agencies,
   subdivisions, officers, employees and agents from all claims, suits, actions, losses, damages,
   liabilities, costs and expenses of any nature resulting from or arising out of, or relating to the
   activities or omissions of Contractor or its officers, employees, subcontractors, or agents acting
   under this agreement.

20. HOURS OF WORK:
    The Contractor shall comply with the Oregon Bureau of Labor and Industries rules pertaining to
    hours of work.

21. INDEPENDENT CONTRACTOR:
    The services to be rendered under this agreement are those of an independent contractor.
    Contractor is not to be considered an agent or employee of PSU for any purpose and neither
    Contractor nor any of Contractor’s agents or employees is entitled to any of the benefits that
    PSU provides for its employees. Contractor will be solely and entirely responsible for its acts
    and for the acts of its agents or employees during the performance of this agreement. This
    agreement is not intended and nothing contained herein shall be construed to create the
    relationship of agent, servant, employee, partnership, joint venture, or association between PSU
    and Contractor, but is rather an agreement between independent parties, these being PSU and
    the Contractor.

22. INSURANCE:
    Contractor shall secure at its own expense and keep in effect during the term of this agreement
    either comprehensive general liability insurance with broad form CGL endorsement or
    commercial general liability insurance with a minimum limit of $1,000,000 per occurrence and
    auto liability insurance with a minimum limit of $1,000,000 per occurrence. Insurance policies,
    which cannot be excess to a self-insurance program, are to be issued by an insurance company
    authorized to do business in the State of Oregon. The State of Oregon acting by and through
    the Oregon State Board of Higher Education on behalf of Portland State University, and their
    officers and employees, shall be included as additional insureds in said insurance policy(ies). If
    any of the liability insurance is arranged on a “claims made” basis, tail coverage will be required
    at the completion of this agreement for duration of twenty-four (24) months.

23. INSURANCE CERTIFICATION:
    Before Contractor commences work under this agreement, Contractor must furnish to the
    designated PSU Contracts Officer certificate(s) of insurance as evidence of the insurance
    coverage required by this Agreement, including workers’ compensation. The certificate(s) shall
    provide that the insurance company will give a 30-day written notice to PSU’s Contracts Officer
    before the insurance is canceled or materially changed.

24. OWNERSHIP OF WORK PRODUCT:
    All work product of Contractor that results from this Contract (“Work Product”) is the exclusive
    property of PSU. PSU and Contractor intend that such Work Product be deemed “work made
    for hire” of which institution shall be deemed the author. If for any reason the work product is not
    deemed “work made for hire”, Contractor hereby irrevocably assigns to University all its right,
    title, and interest in and to any and all of the Work Product, whether arising from copyright,
    patent, trademark, trade secret, or any other state or federal intellectual property law or doctrine.
    Contractor shall execute such further documents and instruments as PSU may reasonably
    request in order to fully vest such rights in PSU. Contractor forever waives any and all rights
    relating to the work product, including without limitation, any and all rights arising under 17 USC
    106A or any other rights of identification of authorship or rights of approval, restriction or
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25. NO THIRD PARTY BENEFICIARIES:
    PSU and Contractor are the only parties to this agreement and are the only parties entitled to
    enforce its terms. Nothing in this agreement gives, is intended to give, or shall be construed to
    give or provide any benefit or right, whether directly, indirectly, or otherwise, to third persons
    unless such third persons are individually identified by name herein and expressly described as
    intended beneficiaries of the terms of the agreement.

26. NONDISCRIMINATION:
    Contractor shall comply with all applicable requirements of federal and state civil rights and
    rehabilitation statutes, rules and regulations.

27. NOTICES AND REPRESENTATIVES:
    All notices, certificates, or other communications rendered shall be sufficiently given when
    delivered or mailed postage prepaid to the representatives of the parties at their designated
    places of business as follows: a) to PSU at its Purchasing and Contracting Office, as set forth on
    Page 1 of the solicitation document, and b) to Contractor as set forth on the Bid or Proposal
    Statement. Any communication or notice so addressed and mailed shall be deemed to be given
    five (5) days after mailing. Any communication or notice delivered by facsimile shall be deemed
    to be given when satisfactory receipt of the transmission is generated by the transmitting
    machine. To be effective against PSU, such facsimile transmission must be confirmed by
    telephone notice to PSU’s contracting representative. Any communication or notice by personal
    delivery shall be deemed to be given when actually delivered.

28. PAYMENT:
    Payment for completion of PSU contracts are normally made within 30 days following the date
    the entire order is delivered or the date the accurate and complete invoice is received,
    whichever is later. After 45 days, Contractor may assess overdue account charges up to two-
    thirds of one percent per month (8% per annum) on the outstanding balance per (ORS 293.462).

29. PAYMENTS REQUIRED:
    For all goods and services provided under this agreement, Contractor shall: (a) pay promptly, as
    due, all persons supplying labor or material; (b) pay all contributions or amounts due the
    industrial accident insurance provider from the Contractor or any subcontractors; (c) not permit
    any lien or claim to be filed or prosecuted against PSU therefore; and (d) pay to the Oregon
    Department of Revenue all sums withheld from employees pursuant to ORS 316.167.

30. PSU PAYMENT OF CONTRACTOR CLAIMS:
    If Contractor fails, neglects, or refuses to pay promptly, as due, any claim for labor or services
    furnished to the Contractor or any subcontractor by any person in connection with the goods, or
    services if applicable, provided under this agreement, PSU may pay such claim and charge the
    amount of the payment against funds due or to become due the Contractor under this
    agreement. The payment of a claim by PSU pursuant to this paragraph shall not relieve the
    Contractor or its surety, if any, from obligation with respect to any unpaid claims. Contractor
    shall promptly pay any person or entity that furnishes medical care to Contractor’s employees
    those sums which Contractor agreed to pay for such services and all money Contractor
    collected or deducted from employee’s wages to provide such services.

31. RECYCLED PRODUCTS:
    Contractor shall use recyclable products to the maximum extent economically feasible in the
    performance of this agreement work set forth in this document.

32. RETIREMENT SYSTEM STATUS:
    Contractor is not a contributing member of the Oregon Public Employees' Retirement System


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   and will be responsible for any federal or state taxes applicable to payment under this contract.
   Contractor will not be eligible for any benefits from these contract payments of federal Social
   Security, employment insurance, workers' compensation or the Public Employees' Retirement
   System, except as a self-employed individual.

33. SAFETY AND HEALTH REQUIREMENTS:
    Equipment and services supplied shall comply with all federal Occupational Safety and Health
    Administration (OSHA) requirements and with all Oregon safety and health requirements,
    including those of the State Workers’ Compensation Department.

34. SEVERABILITY:
    If any provision of this agreement is declared by a court of competent jurisdiction to be illegal or
    in conflict with any law, the validity of the remaining terms and provisions shall not be affected,
    and the rights and obligations of the parties shall be construed and enforced as if the agreement
    did not contain the particular term or provision held to be invalid.

35. SUCCESSORS IN INTEREST:
    The provisions of this agreement shall be binding upon and shall inure to the benefit of the
    parties hereto and their respective successors and assigns.

36. TAX COMPLIANCE CERTIFICATION:
    Contractor hereby affirms, under penalty of perjury, as provided in ORS 305.385(6), that to the
    best of the Contractor’s knowledge the Contractor is not in violation of any of the tax laws
    described in ORS 305.380(4).

37. TAXES – FEDERAL, STATE & LOCAL:
    PSU will not be responsible for any taxes coming due as a result of this contract, whether
    federal, state, or local. It is agreed that the Contractor has anticipated these taxes and included
    them in the Proposal.

38. TERMINATION:
    a. This agreement may be terminated for convenience at any time by mutual consent of both
    parties, or by either party upon sixty (60) days notice in writing and delivered by certified mail or
    in person to the other party.

   b. PSU may also terminate this agreement effective upon delivery of written notice to Contractor
   or at such later date as may be established by PSU under any of the following conditions:

     i)   if federal or state regulations or guidelines are modified or changed in such a way that the
          materials or services are no longer allowable or appropriate for purchase under this
          agreement; or,

     ii) if PSU fails to receive funding, appropriations, limitations, allotments, or other expenditure
         authority as contemplated by the PSU budget or spending plan and PSU determines, in its
         assessment and ranking of the policy objectives explicit or implicit in the PSU budget or
         spending plan, that it is necessary to terminate this Agreement.

39. TIME IS OF THE ESSENCE:
    Contractor agrees that time is of the essence under this agreement.

40. DAVIS BACON AND RELATED ACTS
    By signing this Agreement, contractor certifies that it, and it subcontractors, if any,
    comply and will continue to comply with the Davis-Bacon Act and any other similar or

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    related federal or state laws to the extent such laws are applicable and warrants that
    proper wages will be calculated and applied as necessary to comply with law.

41. COMPLIANCE WITH BOLI WAGE REQUIREMENTS
    In accordance with ORS 279.348 to 279.380, Contractor, and all subcontractors used by
    Contractor, shall be required to pay workers the prevailing wage rates prescribed by the
    Oregon Bureau of Labor and Industries (BOLI) to the extent required to do so by law.
    Contractor is responsible for determining whether BOLI or non-BOLI rates apply, and to price
    its bid quotes accordingly. Contractor will be responsible for compliance with all BOLI rules and
    regulations with regard to its employees and BOLI reporting requirements. Contractor shall
    also be required to maintain all documentation and pay any administrative fees as may be
    required for compliance with BOLI. Additional prevailing wage information can be found on the
    Internet at www.boli.state.or.us.

42. WORKERS’ COMPENSATION:
    Contractor, its subcontractors, if any, and all employers providing work, labor or materials under
    this agreement are subject employers under the Oregon Workers’ Compensation Law, and
    shall comply with ORS 656.017 which requires Contractor to provide workers’ compensation
    coverage that satisfies Oregon law for all their subject workers, or shall comply with the
    exemption set out in ORS 656.126.

43. MERGER:
    This agreement and attached exhibits and appendices, the RFP, any RFP amendments and
    Contractor’s Proposal constitute the entire agreement between the parties on the subject
    matter hereof. There are no understandings, agreements, or representations, oral or written,
    not specified herein regarding this agreement.

44. WAIVER:
    No waiver, consent, modification or change or terms of this agreement shall bind either party
    unless in writing and signed by both parties and all necessary PSU approvals have been
    obtained. Such waiver, consent, modification or change, if made, shall be effective only in the
    specific instance and for the specific purpose given. The failure of PSU to enforce any
    provision of this agreement shall not constitute a waiver by PSU of that or any other provision.




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                                           ATTACHMENT 1

                                 PROPOSAL RESPONSE FORMAT

 RESPONDENTS SHALL ORGANIZE THEIR PROPOSAL UTILIZING THE SECTION HEADINGS
                 AND ORDER AND FORMAT SET FORTH BELOW

COSTS TO PSU (60 Points)
     For Costs associated with Elevator Maintenance, the Bidder with
     the lowest cost as specified in the Cost Proposal (Attachment 2) will
     receive full points, higher cost Bidders will receive proportionally
     lower points according to the formula: [1 -(Bid #2 - Low Bid)/Bid #2]
     x 100 x 50 pts.

       The Bidder with the lowest hourly rate for each labor classification
       as specified in the Cost Proposal (Attachment 2) will receive full
       points, higher cost Bidders will receive proportionally lower points
       according to the formula: [1 -(Bid #2 - Low Bid)/Bid #2] x 100 x 10
       pts.


Exceeding Mandatory Requirements (5 Points)
      Describe any additional services included in the Pricing Proposal
      that exceed the minimum service requirements described in Section
      2 above.

Vendor History, Experience, Staffing, Emergency Response (20
Points)
       Provide a detailed company profile/history including your experience
       working on service contracts of similar size to this proposed
       contract.

       Provide resumes/details of experience for all proposed staff that will
       provide service under this contract.

       Describe your experience with and protocols for emergency
       response to meet the requirements of this RFP.

References (25 Points)
      Provide a list of references (minimum of 5) for your firm on service
      contracts of similar magnitude as that described in this RFP.
      Include company name, address, contact person and current
      telephone number for all.

Optional Committee Interview. (45 Points)
      PSU may request clarification of any Proposal by phone, in writing,
      or during an in-person interview. The Evaluation Committee may at
      its sole discretion invite the highest rated proposers for a question
      and answer meeting. During the meeting, the Proposer will not be
      allowed to make changes to his/her Proposal. The meeting is an
      opportunity for the Committee to meet key personnel and seek
      clarification of items indicated in the Proposal, and to re-score a


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        Proposal if new information is disclosed.

Proposer’s Certification-Mandatory. Properly fill out and sign the Proposer’s
Certification in Section 6.
Contract Exceptions: Any and all exceptions to terms and conditions identified
within this RFP and attachments. Exceptions to terms and conditions identified
herein will not be considered. Identification of exceptions to terms and conditions
in no way obligates PSU to negotiate or accept identified exceptions.




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                                     ATTACHMENT 2
                       PRICING RESPONSE FORMAT AND REQUIREMENTS

  PSU, at its sole discretion, may require additional information or clarification regarding pricing
  information submitted. If requested, PSU will provide time lines for Proposer response to the
  request for additional pricing information.


                          PSU Elevator Preventive Maintenance Services
                        (RETURN THESE PAGES WITH YOUR PROPOSAL)

  Vendor Name:__________________________________________

  The undersigned in Signature Block, below, submits the following bid for furnishing elevator
  preventive maintenance services to PSU for the period starting January 1, 2010 and ending
  December 31, 2015, unless extended per terms of this RFP.

  Base Prices. Specify the rates on which price adjustments are to be calculated.

          LABOR RATE INCLUDING FRINGE BENEFITS APPLICABLE,

Labor Classification          Straight Time Hourly Overtime          Hourly Double      Time
                              Rate                 Rate                     Hourly Rate




       Material Cost increases will be based on the difference between the Producer Price Index for
       Metals and Metal Products in effect on the effective date of this agreement and the Index at
       the same time each subsequent year.

       For all work that is covered by the scope of the contract but falls outside of normal 8-5 contract
       requirements, University will pay the difference between the applicable overtime rate and the
       straight time rate.

       For additional work not covered by this contract, the University will pay the rates listed above
       subject to annual adjustment.

       Material mark up costs will be capped at 15%


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Elevators. List of PSU elevators on which to list the cost to PSU per elevator per month:

Note: there are elevators that will be coming online during this contract that are not included in this
RFP. The extended service contracts on these units will run in parallel to this Contract. It is
however possible these machines will be added to this Contract at a later time. In addition PSU
reserves the right to add any new elevators that we acquire through the purchase of any new
buildings or other means of acquisition. Next to each elevator is the required minimum number of
hours per month that must be expended and referenced with work tickets. We reserve the right to
withdraw an elevator from the service Contract by written notice to Contractor.




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PSU #   Bldg Name      Brand                     How     Hydraulic/   Type   Elev#   PSU #    Required       Designation       Mod          Unit
                                      Capacity   Many    Traction/                            Minimum                                      Cost
                                        (lbs)    Stops     Other                             hours/month                                    per
                                                                                              except as                                    Month
                                                                                              noted per
                                                                                               quarter
  1     University     Montgomery       4,000      5      Traction    PXE    5921      1          2          Passenger                     $
        Services                                                                                             elevator
        Building
  2     University     Sturm            12,000     3     Hydraulic    FXH    5931      2          1          Freight                       $
        Services                                                                                             elevator
        Building
  3     Parking        Westinghouse     3,000      7      Traction    PXE    5510      3          2          Passenger     MCE             $
        Structure I                                                                                          elevator      Controller
  4     Cramer Hall    Otis UCL         2,500      6      Traction    PXE    4537      4          2          Passenger                     $
                                                                                                             elevator
  5     Cramer Hall    Otis UCL         3,500      6      Traction    PXE    4346      5          2          Passenger                     $
                                                                                                             elevator
  6     Smith          Otis UCL         4,000      5      Traction    PXE    4733      6          2          Passenger     Duplexed,       $
        Memorial                                                                                             elevator      VVVF Drive,
        Center                                                                                                             MCE
                                                                                                                           Controller
  7     Smith          Montgomery       4,000      6      Traction    PXE    5177      7          2          Passenger     Duplexed,       $
        Memorial                                                                                             elevator      VVVF Drive,
        Center                                                                                                             MCE
                                                                                                                           Controller
  9     Smith          Rotary           2,500      4     Hydraulic    FXH    4458      9          1          Freight                       $
        Memorial                                                                                             elevator
        Center
 10     Smith          Rotary           2,500      4     Hydraulic    PXH    4457     10          1          Passenger     WNB Power       $
        Memorial                                                                                             elevator      Unit, MCE
        Center                                                                                                             Controller
 12     Smith          Sedgewick          200      4       Other      DW     4460     12     .75 quarterly   Dumbwaiter                    $
        Memorial
        Center
 13     Science        Montgomery       1,500      2     Hydraulic    PXH    6848     13          1          Passenger                     $
        Building II                                                                                          elevator
 14     Science        Montgomery       1,500      2     Hydraulic    PXH    6849     14          1          Passenger                     $
        Building II                                                                                          elevator
 15     Library East   Otis UCL         2,500      5      Traction    PXE    4576     15          2          Passenger                     $
                                                                                                             elevator
 16     Library East   Otis UCL         2,500      5      Traction    PXE    4598     16          2          Passenger                     $
                                                                                                             elevator

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17   Neuberger        Otis          2,500   5    Traction    PXE    4751   17   2   Passenger                    $
     Hall                                                                           elevator
19   Extended         Sturm         2,500   2    Hydraulic   SW     4990   19   1   Sidewalk                     $
     Studies                                                                        freight
     Building
20   Millar Library   Otis UCL      4,000   6    Traction    PXE    5557   20   2   Passenger   Swift            $
                                                                                    elevator    Overlay- 3
                                                                                                car group
21   Millar Library   Otis UCL      4,000   6    Traction    PXE    5560   21   2   Passenger   Swift            $
                                                                                    elevator    Overlay- 3
                                                                                                car group
22   Millar Library   Otis UCL      4,000   6    Traction    PXE    5559   22   2   Passenger   Swift            $
                                                                                    elevator    Overlay- 3
                                                                                                car group
23   Science          Otis UCL      3,000   8    Traction    PXE    5327   23   2   Passenger                    $
     Building I                                                                     elevator
24   Science          Montgomery    8,000   10   Traction    PXE    5922   24   2   Passenger   EC               $
     Building II                                                                    elevator    Controller,
                                                                                                VVVF
25   Lincoln Hall                   3,500   4    Hydraulic   PXH    6526   25   1   Passenger   currently        $
                                                                                    elevator    under
                                                                                                contractor
                                                                                                possession,
                                                                                                MCE
                                                                                                controller,
                                                                                                Dover Power
                                                                                                unit
26   Ondine           Haughton      2,500   15   Traction    PXVE   5425   26   3   Passenger   VVVF, AC         $
                                                                                    elevator    controller, 3-
                                                                                                car Group
27   Ondine           Haughton      2,500   15   Traction    PXVE   5424   27   3   Passenger   VVVF, AC         $
                                                                                    elevator    controller, 3-
                                                                                                car Group
28   Ondine           Haughton      2,500   15   Traction    PXVE   5423   28   3   Passenger   VVVF, AC         $
                                                                                    elevator    controller, 3-
                                                                                                car Group
29   Shattuck Hall    Schlindler    2,500   4    Hydraulic   PXH    7635   29   1   Passenger                    $
                                                                                    elevator
30   Neuberger        US Elevator   4,500   6    Traction    PXE    7628   30   2   Passenger                    $
     Hall                                                                           elevator
31   School of        Montgomery    3,500   6    Traction    PXE    7487   31   2   Passenger   Duplexed         $
     Education                                                                      elevator


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33   School of        Montgomery    3,500   6   Traction    PXE    9061   33        2          Passenger     Duplexed       $
     Education                                                                                 elevator
34   Millar Library   Otis MRS      4,500   7   Traction    PXE   10012   34        2          Passenger                    $
                                                                                               elevator
35   Montgomery       Otis          1,500   5   Traction    PXE    1323   35        2          Passenger                    $
     Hall                                                                                      elevator
36   Fifth Avenue     GT             750    2    Other      WCL   11210   36   .75 quarterly   Handicapped                  $
     Cinema                                                                                    lift
37   Hoffman Hall     Cheney         750    2    Other      WCL   11618   37   .75 quarterly   Handicapped                  $
                                                                                               lift
38   Parking          Handi-lift     750    2    Other      WCL   10718   38   .75 quarterly   Wheelchair                   $
     Structure I                                                                               lift
39   Urban            Handi-lift     750    2    Other      WCL   13253   39   .75 quarterly   Wheelchair                   $
     Center Book                                                                               lift
     Store
40   Urban            Thyssen T4    4,000   7   Traction    PXE   12331   40        2          Passenger                    $
     Center Book                                                                               elevator
     Store
41   Urban            Thyssen T4    3,000   7   Traction    PXE   12332   41        2          Passenger                    $
     Center Book                                                                               elevator
     Store
42   Urban            Dover         4,500   6   Hydraulic   PXH   12330   42        1          Passenger                    $
     Center Book                                                                               elevator
     Store
43   Urban            Dover         2,500   4   Hydraulic   PXH   13327   43        2          Passenger                    $
     Center DLC                                                                                elevator
44   Joseph C.        Dover-        3,000   9   Traction    PXE    9228   44        2          Passenger                    $
     Blumel Hall      Composite                                                                elevator
45   Joseph C.        Dover-        4,500   9   Traction    PXE    9101   45        2          Passenger                    $
     Blumel Hall      Composite                                                                elevator
46   4th Avenue       US Elevator   3,000   3   Traction    PXE   10724   46        2          Passenger     MCE            $
     Building                                                                                  elevator      Controller,
                                                                                                             VVVF Drive
47   4th Avenue       US Elevator   3,000   3   Traction    PXE   10725   47        2          Passenger     MCE            $
     Building                                                                                  elevator      Controller,
                                                                                                             VVVF Drive
48   4th Avenue       US Elevator   6,000   2   Hydraulic   FXH    6623   50        1          Freight                      $
     Building                                                                                  elevator
49   4th Avenue       US Elevator   3,000   4   Hydraulic   PXH    6625   49        2          Passenger                    $
     Building                                                                                  elevator
50   4th Avenue       US Elevator   3,000   4   Hydraulic   PXH    6624   48        2          Passenger                    $
     Building                                                                                  elevator

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53   University      Otis             2,500   4    Traction    PXE    5812   53        2          Passenger                 $
     Center                                                                                       elevator
     Building
52   University      Otis             2,500   5    Traction    PXE    5813   52        2          Passenger                 $
     Center                                                                                       elevator
     Building
51   University      Otis             2,500   5    Traction    PXE    5951   51        2          Passenger    ??           $
     Center                                                                                       elevator
     Building
54   Art Building    Haughton         2,500   3    Hydraulic   PXH    5123   54        1          Passenger                 $
                                                                                                  elevator
55   Art Building    Porch Lift        750    2     Other      WCL   13325   55   .75 quarterly   Wheelchair                $
                                                                                                  lift
56   Parking         Thyssen T20      2,500   6    Hydraulic   PXH   15016   56        1          Passenger                 $
     Structure III                                                                                elevator
57   Stephen         Thyssen T20      3,500   6    Hydraulic   PXH   15216   57        1          Passenger                 $
     Epler Hall                                                                                   elevator
58   Helen           Schlindler 330   2,500   5    Hydraulic   PXH   13007   58        1          Passenger                 $
     Gordon                                                                                       elevator
     Development
     Center
59   The             Thyssen-MCE      2,500   2    Hydraulic   PXH   15612   59        2          Passenger                 $
     Broadway                                                                                     elevator
     Housing
     Building
60   The             Thyssen-MCE      3,500   10   Traction    PXE   15611   60        3          Passenger                 $
     Broadway                                                                                     elevator
     Housing
     Building
61   The             Thyssen-MCE      3,500   10   Traction    PXE   15610   61        3          Passenger                 $
     Broadway                                                                                     elevator
     Housing
     Building
62   Science and     Haughton         1,500   2    Hydraulic   PXH    5122   62        1          Passenger                 $
     Education                                                                                    elevator
     Center (5th
     Avenue
     Building)
63   Corbett         Haughton         2,500   3    Hydraulic   PXH    5197   63        1          Passenger                 $
                                                                                                  elevator
65   University      Otis HP          2,000        Hydraulic   PXH    5822   65        1          Passenger                 $
     Place                                                                                        elevator


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66    University    Otis HP           2,000           Hydraulic   PXH    5823     66         1        Passenger                    $
      Place                                                                                           elevator
67    University    Dover             3,500           Hydraulic   PXH    6338     67         1        Passenger                    $
      Place                                                                                           elevator
*68   University    Dover             3,000           Hydraulic   PXH    6947     68         1        Passenger                    $
      Place                                                                                           elevator
68    Engineering   Thyssen-MCE                 6     Traction    PXE   16305     68         2        Passenger                    $
      Building                       3,000                                                            elevator
69    Engineering   Thyssen-MCE      8,000      7     Traction    PXE   16306     69         2        Passenger                    $
      Building                                                                                        elevator
70    Peter Stott   Schlindler 330   2,500      3     Hydraulic   PXH   16990     70         1        Passenger                    $
      Center                                                                                          elevator

 *Note there are two (2) Elevator’s Number 68

 NOTE: All Parking costs are the responsibility of the Contractor. PSU assumes no responsibility or liability for parking violations or
 parking citations.

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