This opportunity closes on 07/25/2019 at 04:00pm
Southern Oregon University seeks certified, bonded and experienced electrical firm to supply and install new dimmer system and controls at it's Theatre Building. Current system to be replace and controls installed in existing locations. See attached documents for details
Demolish and remove the existing Strand-Century Dimmer racks in Room 231.
Install a new Dimmer system in the same location as the existing racks. Basis of design is the ETC system specified in Exhibit C.
Re-feed the new dimmer racks reusing the existing circuits.
Re-terminate all the existing lighting load circuits in the new Dimmer racks.
Remove existing control wiring where indicated and install new control wiring as shown on the drawings and controls schedule.
Install new conduit, boxes and control wiring at the catwalks as shown on the drawings (Exhibit D).
Install new control devices at the stage, the auditorium, the catwalks and the control room as specified in the Project Manual (Exhibit C) and as shown in the Exhibit D drawings.
Provide complete start-up, commissioning and Owner training services.
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