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File #: 18-1775    Version: 5 Name: 11/19/18 - CTI Amendment No. 1
Type: Resolution Status: Passed
File created: 11/19/2018 In control: City Council
On agenda: 11/19/2018 Final action: 11/19/2018
Enactment date: 11/19/2018 Enactment #: R-18-457
Title: Resolution to Approve Amendment No. 1 to Professional Services Agreement with CTI and Associates, Inc. to provide for additional construction material testing services for the Scio Church Road Improvements Project ($32,779.00)
Attachments: 1. cti - council approved resolution - 180620.pdf, 2. cti - psa amendment no i - 181012.pdf
Title
Resolution to Approve Amendment No. 1 to Professional Services Agreement with CTI and Associates, Inc. to provide for additional construction material testing services for the Scio Church Road Improvements Project ($32,779.00)
Memorandum
Attached, please find a resolution for the approval of Amendment No. 1 to the Professional Services Agreement with CTI and Associates, Inc. (CTI) to provide for additional construction material testing services for the Scio Church Road Improvements Project.

The Scio Church Road Improvements Project is a roadway rehabilitation project within the City with its limits from S. Main Street to S. Seventh Street. The work of the project consists of rehabilitating a segment of Scio Church Road and includes constructing a new concrete curb and gutter and sidewalk on the south side of the roadway, constructing new sidewalk along the north side of the roadway throughout the project limits, installing an infiltration trench to help reduce peak storm water flows within the project limits, narrowing portions of the roadway in order to help reduce unneeded impervious surfaces, and installing bump outs at the Scio Church Road/S. Seventh Street intersection to assist pedestrian crossings.

The recently suspended labor dispute between Operating Engineers Local 324 and the Michigan Infrastructure and Transportation Association (MITA) has added about one month to the project's schedule. Also, the Contractor for the project was about 3-1/2 weeks behind schedule before the labor dispute arose.

These delays have significantly impacted our material testing contract with CTI. As a result, CTI is expected to be about $22,800.00 over the original contract value (including the approved contingency amount) for the construction material testing work due to the added duration of the project. CTI has no control over these delays and it performs its services as required by the City to independently test and certify that the material requirements...

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