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File #: 19-0635    Version: 1 Name: 5/6/19 - General Engineering Services
Type: Resolution Status: Passed
File created: 5/6/2019 In control: City Council
On agenda: 5/6/2019 Final action: 5/6/2019
Enactment date: 5/6/2019 Enactment #: R-19-205
Title: Resolution to Authorize Professional Services Agreements with Tetra Tech of Michigan, PC for up to $500,000.00 Hubbell, Roth, & Clark, Inc. for up to $500,000.00 and OHM Advisors for up to $300,000.00, all for General Civil Engineering Services (RFP #19-05)
Attachments: 1. PSA_HRC_RFP_19-05.pdf, 2. PSA_OHM_RFP_19-05.pdf, 3. PSA_Tetra_Tech_RFP_19-05.pdf
Title
Resolution to Authorize Professional Services Agreements with Tetra Tech of Michigan, PC for up to $500,000.00 Hubbell, Roth, & Clark, Inc. for up to $500,000.00 and OHM Advisors for up to $300,000.00, all for General Civil Engineering Services (RFP #19-05)
Memorandum
Attached for your approval is a resolution authorizing 2-year professional services agreements with Tetra Tech of Michigan, PC (Tetra Tech) for up to $500,000.00, Hubbell, Roth, & Clark, Inc.(HRC) for up to $500,000.00, and OHM Advisors (OHM) for up to $300,000.00 for as-needed, general civil engineering services for the Public Works and Systems Planning Units.

These units perform an array of services including design and management of capital improvement projects, asset management, utility modeling, utility emergency response and general engineering design. At times the demand for engineering services exceeds City capacity. The proposed agreements will supplement and support these units' staff as needed.

In January, 2019, the City published an appropriate RFP (#19-05) and received proposals from 12 consultants. Staff selected Tetra Tech, HRC and OHM based on their qualifications, experience, work plans, and fee quotations. Securing multiple firms for as-needed services enables the City to select the most qualified firm for each task.

The three selected consultants provided the required Living Wage and Non-Discrimination Compliance Forms with their proposals.

Budget Impact: The services provided by these professional service agreements will be paid for within the approved FY19 Operating Budgets and approved Capital Budgets, for which services are rendered, and will be available in subsequent annual Operating Budgets and Capital Budgets if approved by City Council.
Staff
Prepared by: Chris Elenbaas, P.E., Public Works Engineer
Reviewed by: Molly Maciejewski, Public Works Unit Manager
Reviewed by: Craig Hupy, Public Services Area Administrator
Approved by: Howard S. Lazarus, Cit...

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