NOTICE OF INTENDED DECISION
TO ENTER INTO A SINGLE SOURCE CONTRACT
This Notice of Intended Decision to Enter into a Single Source Contract is posted in accordance with Section 287.057(3), Florida Statutes.
TITLE: Elevator/Escalator extended warranty agreement at the Northwest Florida Beaches International Airport.
Name: Richard A. McConnell
Address: 6300 West Bay Parkway, Suite A, Panama City, FL 32409
Date posted: 7/21/2021 Time posted: 8:00 a.m.
Commodity or Contractual Service Required:
The Northwest Florida Beaches International Airport owns and operates a passenger terminal building at the airport. The terminal building has three (3) Schindler escalators and ten (10) Schindler elevators. These escalators and elevators have been in continuous service since 2010. The Airport has maintained an extended manufacture warranty agreement with Schindler since 2011. Under the extended warranty agreement Schindler will, at Schindler’s expense, correct any defects and workmanship and materials occurring for 5 years provided the warranty agreement is extended.
Performance and/or Design Requirements (e.g. intended use, function or application, compatibility, requirements; reference to policy, rule, statute or other act of the Legislature, etc., as appropriate):
In order to maintain manufacture warranty on the Airport’s elevators and escalators, the Extended Warranty Agreement with Schindler Elevator Corporation must be continued.
Intended Single Source:
Schindler Elevator Corporation, 2721 6th Avenue South, Birmingham, AL 35233
Estimated Dollar Amount:
$2,880.00 per month with provisions for adjustments contained within the Extended Warranty Agreement
Justification for single source acquisition (what is necessary and unique about the product, service or source; steps taken to confirm unavailability of competition, as appropriate):
Only Schindler Elevator Corporation can offer an Extended Manufacturer Warranty agreement for Schinder elevators and escalators located at Northwest Florida Beaches International Airport.
Failure to file a written protest within seventy-two (72) hours shall constitute a waiver of any right to appeal this decision.