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File #: 20-0547    Version: 1 Name: 6/1/20 Transportation Engineering Services
Type: Resolution Status: Passed
File created: 6/1/2020 In control: City Council
On agenda: 6/1/2020 Final action: 6/1/2020
Enactment date: 6/1/2020 Enactment #: R-20-183
Title: Resolution to Authorize Professional Services Agreements with Hubbell, Roth and Clark, Inc. (HRC) for $150,000.00; and AECOM Great Lakes, Inc. (AECOM) for $150,000.00 for As-needed Transportation Engineering Services RFP#20-08
Attachments: 1. hrc.contract_as.needed.eng.svcs_2020.04.28.pdf, 2. aecom.contract_as.needed.eng.svcs_2020.04.28.pdf
Title
Resolution to Authorize Professional Services Agreements with Hubbell, Roth and Clark, Inc. (HRC) for $150,000.00; and AECOM Great Lakes, Inc. (AECOM) for $150,000.00 for As-needed Transportation Engineering Services RFP#20-08
Memorandum
Attached for your review and consideration for approval is a resolution authorizing Professional Services Agreements with Hubbell, Roth and Clark, Inc. (HRC) for $150,000.00; and AECOM Great Lakes, Inc. (AECOM) for $150,000.00 for As-needed Transportation Engineering Services.

The City, through the Engineering Unit, provides transportation engineering design, review, operational and maintenance services. These services integrate into multimodal transportation system planning; development and implementation of transportation capital improvement projects; participation in civil design; private development site plan review; construction plan review; coordination of projects by the state and other public agencies or institutions; and management of construction traffic impacts. The proposed professional services agreements are intended to supplement and support the existing Transportation Engineering staff during high demand periods for engineering services. These firms will only be used when additional support is needed and will not exceed the authorized amount for each firm.

Many of the activities provided by the City's Transportation Engineering Staff are directly impacted by the volume of private development reviews, intensity of construction activities, and other variables. These factors often contribute to short-term fluctuations in demand for transportation services citywide.

In the past, the Engineering Unit has utilized qualified professional consulting firms under General Civil Engineering Services contract to provide as-needed transportation engineering services. Selecting firms designated for transportation engineering services will permit the City to more effectively utilize the existing work force, while con...

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