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Fire Suppression contract awarded, others renewed

[HOUSTON– Aug. 16, 2011] Contract services for fire suppression are now available through Choice Facility Partners, following action by the Harris County Department of Education board of trustees to award a contract at the August meeting to Detection & Suppression International, LTD. for Fire Suppression Services.

Additional contracts were renewed for facilities services that may be accessed through Choice Facility Partners, the facilities services procurement cooperative, and include:
Commercial Floor Covering, Installation and Relation Service with Office Design Concepts, LLC. and Shaw Industries, Inc.;

Disaster Preparation and Response Consulting Services with Marsh USA, Inc.;

Energy Consulting and Management with Tradition Energy;

Furniture – Office Furniture, Equipment, Installation and Related Items: with Business Interiors by Staples, Contract Resource Group and Office Design Concepts
Furniture – Instructional Furniture, Equipment, Installation and Related Items: with Contract Resource Group and Office Design Concepts;
Furniture – Specialty Furniture, Equipment, Installation and Related Items: with Business Interiors by Staples, Debner+Company, and Wenger Corporation;

HVAC Equipment, Installation, Service and Related Items: with Aggreko, LLC;

Modular Concrete Buildings with GroundFORCE Building Systems;

Roofing Systems with Reliable Commercial Roofing Services, Inc. and Texas Liqua Tech Services, Inc.;

Whiteboards, Equipment, Installation and Related Items with ProComputing Corporation.

Governmental entities that have signed an interlocal agreement with HCDE may access these legally procured contracts.

New Members
Organizations and governmental entities that became members when interlocal agreements were approved by the HCDE Board of Trustees on Aug. 16 include: Brownsville Public Utilities Board, Cenikor Foundation, city of Georgetown, Goliad County, city of Live Oak, KIPP, Inc., Metropolitan Library System of Oklahoma County (Okla.), Summit Christian Academy, University of Texas at Brownsville, and Walipp Preparatory Academy.