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File #: 19-109    Version: 1 Name:
Type: Resolution Status: Passed
File created: 1/22/2019 In control: City Commission
On agenda: 2/5/2019 Final action: 2/5/2019
Title: APPROVAL OF RESOLUTION NO. 38-19: AWARD OF AN AGREEMENT WITH JOHNSON-DAVIS, INC., FOR THE LAKE IDA ROAD FORCE MAIN AIR RELEASE VALVE (ARV) REPLACEMENT PROJECT - $179,300
Sponsors: Utilities Department
Attachments: 1. Agenda Cover Report, 2. Resolution No. 38-19.pdf, 3. Johnson-Davis, 4. Legal Review Checklist ITB 2018-057 Johnson Davis
TO: Mayor and Commissioners
FROM: Marjorie G. Craig, P.E, Utilities Director
THROUGH: Mark R. Lauzier, City Manager
DATE: February 5, 2019

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APPROVAL OF RESOLUTION NO. 38-19: AWARD OF AN AGREEMENT WITH JOHNSON-DAVIS, INC., FOR THE LAKE IDA ROAD FORCE MAIN AIR RELEASE VALVE (ARV) REPLACEMENT PROJECT - $179,300

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Recommended Action:
Recommendation
Motion to approve Resolution No. 38-19 award of an agreement with Johnson-Davis, Inc., for the Lake Ida Road Force Main Air Release Valve (ARV) replacement project - $179,300.

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Background:
On October 9, 2018, the City advertised Invitation to Bid (ITB) No.2018-057 Lake Ida Road Force Main Air Release Valve (ARV), a project in Utilities Department’s repair and replacement budget to replace an ARV within the sanitary sewer system. Five (5) responsive proposals were received from the following bidders:

Johnson-Davis, Inc.
DBF Construction, LLC
Intercounty Engineering, Inc.
Atlantic Concrete and Mechanical Inc.
Hinterland Group, Inc.

The Agreement states that the total project amount will not exceed $179,300. The lowest responsive and responsible bidder is Johnson-Davis, Inc.

During the first quarter of 2017, it was discovered that the existing ARV on the Utilities Department’s existing 30-inch sewage force main, located at the intersection of Lake Ida Road and Depot Avenue, has reached the end of its useful life. Replacement of the ARV will help mitigate potential pipe blockages due to captured air and maintain sewage flow in the area. This will improve efficiency of the sewage collection system which conveys the City’s wastewater to the regional South Central Regional Wastewater Treatment Plant.
This motion is in accordance with Code of Ordinances Section 36.02 Commission Approval Required.

City Attorney Review:
Approved as to form and legal sufficiency.

Funding Source/Financial Impact:
Funding is available from #442-36-260-537.63-17, Water & Sewer Renewal & Replacement Fund / Force Main Repl...

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