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File #: 19-1379    Version: 1 Name: 8/5/19 Contract with Anglin Civil
Type: Resolution Status: Passed
File created: 8/5/2019 In control: City Council
On agenda: 8/5/2019 Final action: 8/5/2019
Enactment date: 8/5/2019 Enactment #: R-19-364
Title: Resolution to Approve a Contract with Anglin Civil to Renovate the Pathway at Riverside Park ($213,182.50)
Attachments: 1. ITB 4586_Riverside Pathway.pdf, 2. ITB_4586_Addendum1.pdf, 3. Anglin Civil Bid.pdf, 4. ITB 4586_Riverside Pathway_Contract-Anglin Civil, 5. ITB_4586_DetailedBidTab.pdf
Title
Resolution to Approve a Contract with Anglin Civil to Renovate the Pathway at Riverside Park ($213,182.50)
Memorandum
Attached for your review and action is a resolution to approve a $213,182.50 contract with Anglin Civil, LLC to renovate pathways at Riverside Park.

Budget/Fiscal Impact: Funding is available in the approved FY2020 Park Maintenance and Capital Improvement Millage budget. The Washtenaw County Parks and Recreation Commission (WCPRC) has agreed to assist in funding this project, as they did with recent renovations to the Riverside Boardwalk. For the two projects combined WCPRC has committed $200,000 or 50% of the direct construction costs, whichever is the lesser. At the conclusion of this project WCPRC will be invoiced accordingly and the revenue recognized in the Parks and Recreation Capital Millage budget, to offset the appropriate proportion of construction expenses.

Project Description: The pathway in Riverside Park is part of the regional Border-to-Border trail and is in need of repair. The PROS plan identifies this path as being in poor condition and prioritizes the repair and replacement of pathways to maintain safety and usability. Additionally, this pathway does not currently meet AASHTO standards and the PROS plan recommends updating to these standards when renovating existing pathways. New ADA picnic tables and benches will be installed along the path to provide for a better user experience.

Path repairs and reconstruction are identified in the CIP and PROS plan as park priorities. Additionally, the project meets multiple Sustainability Goals, including:

? Safe Community
? Active Living and Learning
? Sustainable Systems
? Transportation Options

The contract documents for the project were bid through the City's Procurement Unit following standard procedures. Two options were bid to allow for purchasing flexibility:

? Option A would crush the existing path and use that material as a new base to pave over.
? Option B wo...

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