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File #: 1692-2018    Version: 1 Name:
Type: Consent Calendar Status: Passed
File created: 12/21/2018 In control: CITY COUNCIL
On agenda: 8/6/2019 Final action: 8/6/2019
Title: Replacement of the Hillcrest and Silverado Water Pump Stations
Attachments: 1. ATCH 1 - Resolution, 2. ATCH 2 - Request for Proposal for Design-Build Services, 3. ATCH 3 - Myers & Sons Construction LLC Proposal, 4. ATCH 4 - Mountain Cascade, Inc. Proposal, 5. ATCH 5 - GSE, Inc. Proposal, 6. ATCH 6 - Proposal Evaluation & Cost Summary
To: Honorable Mayor and Members of City Council

From: Phil Brun, Utilities Director

Prepared By: Michael J. Hether, Senior Civil Engineer

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Replacement of the Hillcrest and Silverado Water Pump Stations

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RECOMMENDED ACTION:
Recommendation

Adopt a resolution authorizing the Utilities Director to negotiate and execute a Design-Build Agreement with Myers and Sons Construction, LLC in an amount not to exceed $3,273,600, for design and construction services for replacement of the Hillcrest and Silverado pump stations; approving the transfer of appropriations from water fund capital improvements reserve to fund the project and temporary operations; and determining that the actions authorized by this resolution are exempt from CEQA.

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DISCUSSION:
The 2017 Atlas Fire (fire) began as one of fourteen large fires that burned simultaneously across eight Northern California counties. The fire began near Atlas Peak Road and stretched from Lake Berryessa to the City of Napa, portions of which included the City's service area in the Silverado Country Club and surrounding areas. The fire caused extensive damage to private and public property, including the destruction of two City-owned potable water pump stations that served customers in the Silverado Country Club community. In order to restore the water system back to pre-disaster conditions, City staff informed the California State Office of Emergency Management Systems (Cal-OES) and Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) that both pump stations require full replacement.

In order to procure the most competitive bid price and uphold the City's commitment to restoring the pump stations as soon as possible, City staff determined that the most efficient means to deliver the project would be through a design-build approach. Consequently, both pump stations are intended to be designed and constructed as one project utilizing a design-build project delivery method.

City staff determined it is ...

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