Might not be an FD item. ESUs are E-Ones if I’m not mistaken. Perhaps a new one for the PD?What did E-One get the bid for (line 2, but only $222K)???
Good point about the ESU trucks. But I doubt you could get one for $222K, and E-One has never built the small ones. But I'll bet its for PD, not FDNY.Might not be an FD item. ESUs are E-Ones if I’m not mistaken. Perhaps a new one for the PD?
Someone told me they were all being replaced.Any idea how many rear moments the contract is for? I'm guessing it's over 50. Also, how many TLs & Engines?
|Apparatus Type||Total Frontline||Contract Line Item Cost||Cost per Unit|
|75' Tower Ladders||47||$ 30,034,692.00||$ 639,036.00|
|100' Rearmounts||69||$ 71,528,210.00||$ 1,036,640.72|
|2,000 GPM Engines||190||$ 36,042,325.00||$ 189,696.45|
All those costs per unit seem low, I agree with your estimate for the TLs, last I heard engines were almost $600,000 so the cost per unit looks wrong for them also. I haven't seen a price for a RM recently but based on the service history I could definitely see them replacing all of the existing RMs.Sorry for my nerd out, and correct me if my count is off, but below is a table of the current inventory of front line apparatuses listed in the bid.
I've broken down the cost per unit based on the line item. Maybe this will help someone tell us how many of each are in the contract.
(For example the price per unit of the 75TL is too low. It should be about triple that, so well say 1/3 of the 75TLs are included.)
Apparatus Type Total Frontline Contract Line Item Cost Cost per Unit 75' Tower Ladders 47 $ 30,034,692.00 $ 639,036.00 100' Rearmounts 69 $ 71,528,210.00 $ 1,036,640.72 2,000 GPM Engines 190 $ 36,042,325.00 $ 189,696.45
I would say YES. As in the past if the contact is the same as the past it had said that the rig must be at the shops .delievered and accepted by 2359 Hrs.So are they replacing all the KME pumpers by 2026?
The FDNY will have a huge fleet of spares once all the apparatus are delievered by SeagraveSo are they replacing all the KME pumpers by 2026?