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10 <br /> THE CITY OF <br /> 'mug CITY COUNCIL AGENDA REPORT <br /> pL£ASANTON. <br /> January 16, 2018 <br /> Engineering <br /> TITLE: APPROVE PLANS AND SPECIFICATIONS, REVIEW BIDS AND AWARD <br /> CONTRACT TO GSE CONSTRUCTION COMPANY, INC. IN THE AMOUNT <br /> OF $322,800 FOR THE INSTALLATION OF THE RECYCLED WATER <br /> PRESSURE BOOSTER STATION AT KEN MERCER SPORTS PARK, <br /> UTILIZING AVAILABLE CALIFORNIA CLEAN WATER STATE <br /> REVOLVING FUNDS AND PROPOSITION 1B GRANT FUNDS <br /> SUMMARY <br /> On April 18, 2017, City Council authorized the purchase of the pre-packaged pressure <br /> booster station, and selected the installation of the station at location two — Hard Ball <br /> Field C, with the addition of landscaping screening and removal of fencing around the <br /> building. The pressure booster station will increase the water pressure in the recycled <br /> water system, allowing more efficient irrigation of the Sports Park, as well as providing <br /> pressure to expand the system further south in the City as funds are identified. This <br /> report addresses the award of the construction contract for the installation of the booster <br /> station. Bids have been received for the project and staff is recommending award of the <br /> construction contract to the lowest responsible bidder, GSE Construction Company, <br /> Inc., in the amount of$322,800 to install necessary piping, a concrete support pad, <br /> landscaping and the installation of the booster station. <br /> RECOMMENDATION <br /> 1. Approve plans and specifications for this project. <br /> 2. Review the bids received and award the contract for the project to GSE <br /> Construction Company, Inc. of Livermore, California, for the low bid amount of <br /> $322,800. <br /> 3. Authorize the City Manager to enter into the project contract. <br /> 4. Authorize the Director of Engineering to approve and execute any required <br /> contract change orders to address unanticipated project conditions for a not-to- <br /> exceed amount of$33,000 (approximately 10% of the contract). <br /> FINANCIAL STATEMENT <br /> There is no financial impact associated with this action because all required funding has <br /> been budgeted for the Recycled Water Infrastructure project. The remaining loan/grant <br /> balance available for the project totals $606,869 with an anticipated expenditure of <br /> $381,661 as outlined in Attachment 1. <br />