Design, Engineering, Installation, Commissioning, Training
The City of San Fernando’s public works department is requesting written proposals to upgrade its existing compressed natural gas fueling station.
The eight-year-old station northwest of Los Angeles currently supports two city-owned trolley buses and school bus, refuse and street sweeping vehicles.
The project “will include the design, engineering, fabrication, installation, commissioning, testing and training associated with the CNG station equipment upgrades,” says public works management analyst Kenneth Jones.
Pre-Bid Meeting January 20
A mandatory pre-bid meeting will be held on January 20 at San Fernando City Hall. Proposals are due February 1. An award will be made on or about February 17 and construction is to begin at the end of February.
The city expects the winning bidder to provide temporary CNG fueling services while the existing station is renovated. New equipment is to include twin four-stage compressors capable of providing approximately 250 scfm/standard cubic feet per minute of natural gas fuel via a single dual-hose dispenser.
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Source: City of San Fernando with Fleets & Fuels follow-up