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File #: 18-0460    Version: 4 Name: 4/16/18 - RFP 18-10 2018 WTP Architectural & Structural Repairs - StructureTec
Type: Resolution Status: Passed
File created: 4/16/2018 In control: City Council
On agenda: 4/16/2018 Final action: 4/16/2018
Enactment date: 4/16/2018 Enactment #: R-18-128
Title: Resolution to Approve the Professional Services Agreement with StructureTec Corporation ("StructureTec"), for the Water Treatment Plant Architectural and Structural Repairs Project Engineering Services ($133,950.00)
Attachments: 1. PSA_StructureTec_RFP 18-10.pdf, 2. RFP_18-10_ProposalTab.pdf, 3. STEC Compliance Forms.pdf
Title
Resolution to Approve the Professional Services Agreement with StructureTec Corporation ("StructureTec"), for the Water Treatment Plant Architectural and Structural Repairs Project Engineering Services ($133,950.00)
Memorandum
This memorandum and resolution requests approval of a professional services agreement for professional engineering services with StructureTec for 2018 Water Treatment Plant (WTP) Architectural and Structural Repairs for a total of $133,950.00.
The Water Treatment Services Unit (WTSU) has maintains approximately 20 different building envelopes and roofing systems throughout the City. The building envelopes and roofing systems are all different vintages and materials of construction. StructureTec completed a Roofing Evaluation in June 2017 and a Building Envelope (Masonry) Evaluation study in November 2017 of the WTSU facilities and found that these buildings exist in various conditions ranging from very poor to satisfactory. The roofing evaluation found that many of the roof systems have exceeded their service life and show signs of deteriorated sealant, deteriorated flashing and failed insulation, and experience leaks that have resulted in water damage. The masonry evaluation found that some of the older wall systems that date back to 1938 have widespread areas of cracked masonry units and deteriorated mortar joints. While the WTSU completed its first phase of structural repairs in 2006, it intends to continue to take a phased approach to address the balance of the needs that were identified in this 2017 evaluation. This second phase and future phases have been programmed in the City's Capital Improvements Plan.

In January 2018, the City issued a request for proposals for professional engineering services for the 2018 WTP Architectural and Structural Repairs Project. The scope of this project includes professional engineering services for design and construction document preparation for the 2018 WTP Architectural and Structu...

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