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     INVOICE ADDRESS:
     TDCJ/ID                                                  PO NUMBER:  9-000397
     ACCOUNTS PAYABLE                                        REQ NUMBER:  696-9-28356-A
     P O BOX 4018                             696-477           PO DATE:  11/05/09
     HUNTSVILLE TX 77342-4018
                                              696-300
     DESTINATION IF DIFFERENT                              1-74-158-6815-1    COMP
     TDCJ/ID                                                 WILSON FIRE EQUIPMENT & SERVICE EQUIP.
     WYNNE UNIT MAINTENANCE                                  7303 EMPIRE CENTRAL DRIVE
     HIWAY 75 NORTH TO FM 2821                               HOUSTON TX 77040
     HUNTSVILLE TX 77340
        THIS IS A PURCHASE ORDER ON BEHALF OF THE TEXAS
        DEPARTMENT OF CRIMINAL JUSTICE (TDCJ) FOR A
        UL300 COMPLIANT FIRE SUPPRESSION SYSTEM,
        INCLUDING ON-SITE INSTALLATION.
        REPORTING:
 
        THE VENDOR SHALL PROVIDE TPASS, BY CLOSE OF
        BUSINESS ON THE TENTH (10th) WORKING DAY OF EACH
        MONTH, A REPORT OF THEIR SALES UNDER THE CONTRACT
        FOR THE PREVIOUS MONTH. FORMAT AND CONTENT OF ALL
        SALES REPORTS ARE PRESCRIBED BY THE CPA AND WILL
        BE E-MAILED TO THE VENDOR.
 
        THIS REPORTING REQUIREMENT DOES NOT APPLY TO A
        ONE TIME PURCHASE; HOWEVER, CPA RESERVES THE
        RIGHT TO REQUEST SUCH REPORTS FROM THE VENDOR
        UNDER A ONE TIME CONTRACT.
 
        THE REPORT SHOULD BE SENT TO THE ATTENTION OF THE
        TPASS CONTRACT MANAGEMENT OFFICE (CMO).
        THE REPORT MAY BE SENT BY E-MAIL:
 
        tpass_cmo@cpa.state.tx.us
        OR MAILED TO:
        TEXAS COMPTROLLER OF PUBLIC ACCOUNTS
        ATTN: CMO - TPASS DIVISION
        PO BOX 13186
        AUSTIN TX 78711-3186
 
        CPA MAY ALSO REQUEST, IN WRITING OR VIA E-MAIL,
        ADDITIONAL OR MORE DETAILED REPORTS. THE
        REPORTS(S) SHALL BE DUE NO LATER THAN FIVE (5)
        WORKING DAYS FROM THE VENDOR'S RECEIPT OF THE
        REQUEST. UNLESS THE VENDOR CAN PROVE LATER
        RECEIPT, THE MAILED REQUEST FOR REPORT SHALL BE
        DEEMED RECEIVED THREE (3) DAYS AFTER MAILING.
        AGENCY POINT-OF-CONTACT:
 
        NAME: REITA JOHNSON, CTP
 
        PHONE: 936/437-7134
 
        E-MAIL: REITA.JOHNSON@TDCJ.STATE.TX.US
        VENDOR'S POINT OF CONTACT INFORMATION:
 
        NAME: STEVE SIMMONS
 
        TELEPHONE NO.: 281/384-5076
 
        FAX NO.: 713/896-4778
 
        E-MAIL: SSIMMONS@WILSONFIRE.COM
 
        990-42
    1.  FIRE SUPPRESSION SYSTEM                                       1   LOT
                                                                                31500.00   31,500.00
        BRAND NAME: ANSUL
        MODEL NUMBER R102
 
        INSTALLATION OF A UL300 COMPLIANT ANSUL R102 FIRE
        SUPPRESSION SYSTEM, (THREE (3) IN THE BAKERY, TWO
        (2) IN THE OFFICER'S DINING ROOM, AND TWO (2) IN
        THE TRUSTY-CAMP KITCHEN). INSTALLATION INCLUDES
        REMOVAL OF THE OLD SYSTEMS, TESTING, DRAWINGS AND
        ANY PERMITS REQUIRED BY THE STATE, CITY, OR
        COUNTY. TDCJ IS RESPONSIBLE FOR ELECTRICAL AND
        PLUMBING TIE-INS.
 
        DELIVER TO:
        TDCJ
        WYNNE UNIT MAINTENANCE
        810 FM 2821
        HUNTSVILLE, TX 77342
        SYSTEM SPECIFICATIONS:
 
        A. THE SYSTEM SHALL BE AN AUTOMATIC FIRE
           SUPPRESSION SYSTEM USING A WET CHEMICAL AGENT
           FOR GREASE RELATED FIRES.
 
        B. CAPABLE OF SUPPRESSING FIRES IN THE FOLLOWING
           AREAS ASSOCIATED WITH COOKING EQUIPMENT;
           VENTILATING EQUIPMENT INCLUDING HOODS, DUCTS,
           PLENUMS, AND FILTERS; FRYERS, GRIDDLES AND
           RANGE TOPS; UPRIGHT, NATURAL CHARCOAL, OR
           CHAIN-TYPE BROILERS; ELECTRIC, LAVA ROCK,
           MESQUITE OR GAS-RADIANT CHAR-BROILERS.
 
        C. BE THE PRE-ENGINEERED TYPE HAVING MINIMUM AND
           MAXIMUM GUIDELINES ESTABLISHED BY THE MANUFAC-
           TURER AND LISTED BY UNDERWRITERS LABORATORIES,
           INC. (UL).
 
        D. THE SYSTEM SHALL BE INSTALLED AND SERVICED BY
           PERSONNEL TRAINED BY THE MANUFACTURER.
 
        E.  CAPABLE OF PROTECTING COOKING APPLIANCES BY
            UTILIZING EITHER DEDICATED APPLIANCE PROTEC-
            TION AND/OR OVERLAPPING APPLIANCE PROTECTION.
        INSTALLATION REQUIREMENTS:
 
        A.  THREE (3) INSTALLED IN THE BAKERY
 
        B. TWO (2) INSTALLED IN THE OFFICER'S DINING
           ROOM
 
        C. TWO (2) IN THE TRUSTY CAMP KITCHEN
 
        D. INSTALLATION OF FIVE (5) NEW ELECTRIC GAS
           VALVES. 3 EACH  IN BAKERY KITCHEN, 1 EACH  IN
           OFFICERS DINING ROOM, 1 EACH IN TRUSTY CAMP
           KITCHEN.
 
        E. INSTALLATION INCLUDES REMOVAL OF THE OLD
           SYSTEMS, TESTING, DRAWINGS AND ANY PERMITS/
           INSPECTIONS REQUIRED BY THE STATE, CITY, OR
           COUNTY.
 
        F. TDCJ IS RESPONSIBLE FOR ELECTRICAL/PLUMBING
           TIE-INS AND REMOVE OLD/INSTALL NEW GAS VALVES.
 
        ADDITIONAL REQUIREMENTS:
 
        A. SUBMIT TWO SETS OF MANUFACTURER'S DATA SHEETS
 
        B. SUBMIT TWO STES OF PIPING DESIGN DRAWINGS
        SUSPENSION, DEBARMENT, AND TERRORISM:  VENDOR
        CERTIFIES THAT THE VENDOR AND ITS
        PRINCIPALS ARE ELIGIBLE TO PARTICIPATE IN THIS
        TRANSACTION AND HAVE NOT BEEN SUBJECTED TO
        SUSPENSION, DEBARMENT, OR SIMILAR INELIGIBILITY
        DETERMINED BY ANY FEDERAL, STATE OR LOCAL
        GOVERNMENTAL ENTITY AND THAT VENDOR IS IN
        COMPLIANCE WITH THE STATE OF TEXAS STATUTES AND
        RULES RELATING TO PROCUREMENT AND THAT VENDOR IS
        NOT LISTED ON THE FEDERAL GOVERNMENT'S TERRORISM
        WATCH LIST AS DESCRIBED IN EXECUTIVE ORDER 13224.
        ENTITIES INELIGIBLE FOR FEDERAL PROCUREMENT ARE
        LISTED AT http://www.epls.gov
        UNIT RULES AND REGULATIONS FOR DELIVERIES AND/OR
        SERVICES:
 
        WHEN MAKING DELIVERIES TO OR PERFORMING SERVICES
        AT TDCJ FACILITIES, CONTRACTOR'S COMPLIANCE WITH
        TDCJ SECURITY PROCEDURES IS REQUIRED.  THIS
        INCLUDES DELIVERIES AND SERVICES PERFORMED AT ALL
        TDCJ UNITS/WAREHOUSES, AREAS WHERE OFFENDERS ARE
        ASSIGNED OR ANY OTHER TDCJ OWNED, LEASED OR
        CONTRACTED PREMISES.  SPECIFIC REQUIREMENTS APPLY
        TO ALL CONTRACTOR STAFF OR CONTRACTED DELIVERY/
        SERVICE STAFF INCLUDE, BUT ARE NOT LIMITED TO:
 
        1. HAVE A SECURITY ESCORT THROUGHOUT THE DELIVERY
        OR THROUGHOUT THE DURATION OF THE CONTRACT AND/OR
        COMPLETION OF REQUIRED SERVICES. TO FOLLOW THE
        DIRECTION OF SECURITY STAFF. NOT INTERACT WITH
        OFFENDERS.
 
        FURTHERMORE, PRIOR TO ANY DELIVERY OR PERFORMANCE
        OF SERVICES, THE CONTRACTOR AND ALL STAFF MUST BE
        DIRECTED TO AND MUST ADHERE TO THE PROVISIONS
        FOUND IN PERSONNEL DIRECTIVE PD-29, "SEXUAL MIS-
        CONDUCT WITH OFFENDERS", WHICH IS LOCATED ON THE
        TDCJ WEBSITE AT: HTTP://WWW.TDCJ.STATE.TX.US/
        VACANCY/HR-POLICY/PD-29.PDF
 
        2. ALL CONTRACTOR AND/OR DELIVERY STAFF AND
        VEHICLES ARE SUBJECT TO SEARCH AND INSPECTION
        WHILE ON TDCJ PROPERTY.
 
        3. ALL VEHICLES WILL BE LOCKED AND SECURED WHEN
        NOT IN USE.  DRIVERS ARE REQUIRED TO KEEP KEYS
        IN THEIR POSSESSION AT ALL TIMES.
 
        4. SHALL NOT INTRODUCE ANY TYPE OF CONTRABAND
        ONTO ANY TDCJ FACILITY. EXAMPLES OF CONTRABAND
        INCLUDE, BUT ARE NOT LIMITED TO: FIREARMS,
        KNIVES, AND WEAPONS OF ANY TYPE, TOBACCO OF ANY
        TYPE, ALCOHOL, CONTROLLED SUBSTANCES (ILLEGAL
        DRUGS), PAGERS AND CELL PHONES.
 
        5. ATTIRE MUST BE APPROPRIATE OR COMPATIBLE WITH
        THE CURRENT BUSINESS ENVIRONMENT.
 
        6. CONTRACTOR STAFF MUST HAVE IN THEIR POSSESSION
        A VALID DRIVER'S LICENSE OR CURRENT PHOTO IDENTI-
        FICATION.
 
        7. GENERALLY, EX-OFFENDERS SHALL NOT BE ALLOWED
        INSIDE THE FENCED PERIMETER OF A FACILITY TO MAKE
        DELIVERIES OR PERFORM SERVICES UNLESS APPROVED BY
        THE UNIT WARDEN. THE WARDEN MAY NOT ALLOW AN EX-
        OFFENDER ON A UNIT OR FACILITY, WHETHER INSIDE OR
        OUTSIDE OF THE FENCED PERIMETER, IF THE WARDEN
        BELIEVES THE PERSON MAY JEOPARDIZE THE SAFE AND
        ORDERLY OPERATION OF THE UNIT OR FACILITY, POSE A
        DANGER TO OFFENDERS OR EMPLOYEES, OR PLACE AN
        UNDUE LOGISTICAL BURDEN ON STAFF.
 
        8. MINORS AND PETS ARE PROHIBITED FROM TDCJ
        PROPERTY AND SHALL NOT BE IN DELIVERY VEHICLE.
 
        9. THE CONTRACTOR SHALL NOT ALLOW ANY PERSON WHO
        HAS A FELONY OR MISDEMEANOR CONVICTION, PENDING
        CHARGE, OR OUTSTANDING WARRANT TO ENTER ONTO TDCJ
        PROPERTY TO COMPLETE ANY PART OF THE CONTRACT
        WITHOUT THE WRITTEN PERMISSION OF TDCJ. CONVIC-
        TION ALONE DOES NOT AUTOMATICALLY CAUSE AN
        EMPLOYEE TO BECOME INELIGIBLE FROM WORKING ON
        THIS CONTRACT. EACH EMPLOYEE SHALL BE REVIEWED ON
        A CASE BY CASE BASIS.
 
        10. TDCJ MAY PERFORM A BACKGROUND CHECK ON THE
        CONTRACTOR.  THE EMPLOYEES OF THE CONTRACTOR MAY
        BE REQUIRED TO COMPLETE A NON-EMPLOYEE BACKGROUND
        QUESTIONNAIRE.  TDCJ RESERVES THE RIGHT TO ACCEPT
        OR REJECT EACH EMPLOYEE OF THE CONTRACTOR BASED
        UPON THE RESULTS OF THE BACKGROUND CHECK.  IF THE
        TDCJ FACILITY REQUIRES A BACKGROUND CHECK, NO
        EMPLOYEE OF THE CONTRACTOR WILL BE ALLOWED ON THE
        PREMISES PRIOR TO THE BACKGROUND CHECK APPROVAL.
 
        TDCJ RESERVES THE RIGHT TO IMMEDIATELY REMOVE
        AND/OR REFUSE ENTRY TO ANY INDIVIDUAL WHO HAS
        VIOLATED THE ABOVE RESTRICTIONS.
 
        THE UNIT WARDEN OR FACILITY ADMINISTRATOR WILL
        ULTIMATELY BE RESPONSIBLE FOR INTERPRETING THESE
        RULES.
        THE VENDOR SHALL PROVIDE AN ADEQUATE PLAN OF
        INSURANCE THAT PROVIDES:
 
        1. COVERAGE TO PROTECT TDCJ AGAINST ALL CLAIMS
        ARISING FROM SERVICE PERFORMED BY THE VENDOR
 
        2. COVERAGE TO PROTECT TDCJ FROM ACTIONS BY A
        THIRD PARTY AGAINST THE VENDOR OR ANY SUBCON-
        TRACTOR(S) OF THE VENDOR AS A RESULT OF THE
        CONTRACT.
 
        3. COVERAGE TO PROTECT TDCJ FROM ACTIONS BY
        OFFICERS, EMPLOYEES, AGENTS OR THE VENDOR OR ANY
        SUBCONTRACTOR(S).
 
        THE CONTRACTOR SHALL NOT COMMENCE WORK UNDER THE
        CONTRACT UNTIL THEY HAVE OBTAINED ALL THE
        INSURANCE REQUIRED AND CERTIFICATES OF SUCH
        INSURANCE HAVE BEEN FILED AND ACCEPTED BY TDCJ.
 
        THE CONTRACTOR SHALL PROVIDE AND MAINTAIN THE
        REQUIRED INSURANCE UNTIL ALL WORK IS COMPLETED
        AND ACCEPTED BY TDCJ.
 
        THE MINIMUM REQUIRED AMOUNTS TO BE NOT LESS THAN:
        GENERAL LIABILITY: $1,000,000.00
        AUTOMOBILE: $500,000.00
        WORKER'S COMPENSATION: STATUTORY
 
        TDCJ MUST BE PROVIDED A 30-DAY NOTICE OF
        CANCELLATION OR MATERIAL CHANGE TO THE POLICY
        COVERAGE AND LIMITS.
        THE CONTRACTOR SHALL INDEMNIFY AND SAVE THE
        DEPARTMENT, THE TEXAS BOARD OF CRIMINAL JUSTICE,
        THE STATE OF TEXAS, AND ITS OFFICERS, AGENTS, AND
        EMPLOYEES (HEREINAFTER THE STATE) HARMLESS FROM
        AND AGAINST;
 
        A. ANY AND ALL CLAIMS ARISING FROM THE CONDUCT,
           MANAGEMENT, OR PERFORMANCE OF THE CONTRACT BY
           CONTRACTOR, ITS AGENTS, SUBCONTRACTORS,
           OR EMPLOYEES, INCLUDING, WITHOUT LIMITATION,
           ANY AND ALL CLAIMS ARISING FROM:
 
           1) ANY BREACH OR DEFAULT ON THE PART OF THE
              CONTRACTOR IN THE PERFORMANCE OF ANY
              COVENANT OR AGREEMENT ON ITS PART TO BE
              PERFORMED, PURSUANT TO THE TERMS OF THIS
              CONTRACT;
 
           2) ANY ACT OR NEGLIGENCE OF THE CONTRACTOR OR
              ANY OF ITS AGENTS, SUBCONTRACTORS,
              SERVANTS, EMPLOYEES, OR LICENSEES;
 
           3) ANY ACCIDENT, INJURY OR DAMAGE WHATSOEVER
              CAUSED TO ANY PERSON, FIRM, OR CORPORATION.
 
        B. ALL COSTS, REASONABLE ATTORNEY'S FEES,
           EXPENSES, AND LIABILITIES INCURRED IN OR ABOUT
           ANY SUCH CLAIM, ACTION, OR PROCEEDING BROUGHT
           THEREON.
 
        NOTHING HEREIN IS INTENDED TO DEPRIVE THE STATE
        OR CONTRACTOR OF THE BENEFITS OF ANY LAW LIMITING
        EXPOSURE TO LIABILITY AND/OR SETTING A CEILING ON
        DAMAGES, OR ANY LAWS ESTABLISHING DEFENSES FOR
        THEM. BY ENTERING INTO THIS CONTRACT, THE STATE
        DOES NOT WAIVE ITS RIGHT OF SOVEREIGN IMMUNITY,
        NOR DOES THE CONTRACTOR WAIVE ANY IMMUNITY THAT
        MAY EXTEND TO IT BY OPERATION OF LAW.
        THE AFOREMENTIONED INDEMNIFICATION SHALL NOT BE
        AFFECTED BY A CLAIM THAT NEGLIGENCE OF THE STATE
        OR ITS RESPECTIVE AGENTS, CONTRACTORS, EMPLOYEES,
        OR LICENSEES CONTRIBUTED IN PART TO THE LOSS OR
        DAMAGE INDEMNIFIED AGAINST.
         ***PUT REQ # AND ORDER # ON ALL PKGS***           TOTAL THIS ORDER               $31,500.00
 
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