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File #: 438-2021    Version: 1 Name:
Type: Consent Calendar Status: Passed
File created: 11/18/2021 In control: CITY COUNCIL OF THE CITY OF NAPA
On agenda: 12/7/2021 Final action: 12/7/2021
Title: Replacement of the Hillcrest and Silverado Water Pump Stations
Attachments: 1. ATCH 1 - Resolution, 2. EX A - Budget Adjustment Form No. BE2106501
To: Honorable Mayor and Members of City Council

From: Phil Brun, Utilities Director

Prepared By: Doug De Master, Senior Civil Engineer

Replacement of the Hillcrest and Silverado Water Pump Stations


Adopt a resolution 1) authorizing the Utilities Director to execute contract change orders and purchases to support temporary operations in an amount not to exceed $3,773,600 for the replacement of the Hillcrest and Silverado pump stations 2) approving a transfer of $250,000 from water capital improvement reserve to Hillcrest water pump station disaster recovery project as documented in Budget Adjustment No. BE2106501; and 3) determining that the actions authorized by this resolution are exempt from CEQA.

On August 6, 2019, the Council awarded a contract to Myers & Sons Construction, LLC, for the design and construction of two new water pump stations to replace Hillcrest and Silverado Pump Stations which were destroyed in the 2017 LNU Complex (aka Atlas) Wildfire. The total amount authorized for construction including contingencies was $3,273,600. In addition, $250,000 was authorized for temporary operations including pump rental and fueling operations to maintain 24/7 uninterrupted and reliable water service to the area until the newly constructed pump stations are operational. The total authorized project cost for construction and temporary operations was $3,523,600.

Construction of the two new water pump stations is near completion. The total amount spent to date including construction and temporary operations is $3,427,577. The original project schedule anticipated nine months for design and construction. However, the total duration of design and construction is anticipated to be thirty months due to a number of factors including approval procedures for FEMA/OES project version requests, the Covid-19 pandemic, procurement challenges, as well as additional system improvements...

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