The David Florida Laboratory requires work to its ventilation, heating and air condition system for one of its bays, according to federal tender documents.
Companies must remove and demolish the existing system and ductwork, and also move away structural supports and certain mechanical and electrical systems.
Subsequently, “new mechanical and electrical infrastructure and pre-purchased equipment” will be installed. The details were not specified on Merx, a procurement website commonly used by the federal government.
The stated budget for this project is $100,000 to $250,000. Work must begin Nov. 1 and conclude within 18 weeks.
Submissions opened Monday and are due Oct. 11.
The laboratory is a branch of the Canadian Space Agency that specializes in testing satellites for the rigorous environment of space.
This summer, parts Com Dev manufactured for the James Webb Space Telescope were tested at the laboratory, and then showed off to media prior to shipping them off to NASA.