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File #: 21-1439    Version: 2 Name: 9/7/21 Utilities Instrumentation Service GSA - Amendment No. 3
Type: Resolution Status: Passed
File created: 9/7/2021 In control: City Council
On agenda: 9/7/2021 Final action: 9/7/2021
Enactment date: 9/7/2021 Enactment #: R-21-333
Title: Resolution to Approve Amendment No. 3 to the General Services Agreement for Electrical and Instrumentation Support Services with Utilities Instrumentation Service, RFP #19-23, Filter Pipe Gallery Flood Rehabilitation Project ($176,117.87, Contract Total $1,736,117.87)
Attachments: 1. Legislation Details_R-20-398.pdf, 2. R-20-073_Legislation Details.pdf, 3. R-19-424Legislation Details.pdf, 4. Amendment_No_3_GSA_UIS_Aug 21.pdf, 5. UIS Contract.pdf, 6. AMENDMENT - 1 for UTILITIES INSTRUMENTATION SERVICE, INC. - WATE (1).pdf, 7. AMENDMENT - 2 for UTILITIES INSTRUMENTATION SERVICE, INC. - WATE (2).pdf
Title
Resolution to Approve Amendment No. 3 to the General Services Agreement for Electrical and Instrumentation Support Services with Utilities Instrumentation Service, RFP #19-23, Filter Pipe Gallery Flood Rehabilitation Project ($176,117.87, Contract Total $1,736,117.87)
Memorandum
This memorandum and resolution requests approval of Amendment No. 3 in the amount of $176,117.87 to the General Services Agreement for electrical and instrumentation support services with Utilities Instrumentation Service (UIS). Council approved a General Services Agreement for $120,000.00 with UIS in September 2019 as part of Resolution No. R-19-424 and Amendment No. 1 for $1,280,000.00 in March 2020 as part of Resolution No. R-20-073 to complete the Filter Pipe Gallery Emergency Repairs Project. Council approved Amendment No. 2 for $160,000.00 in October 2020 as part of Resolution R-20-398 to provide additional electrical and instrumentation support services to the Water Treatment Services Unit (WTSU).

The city currently has a services contract with UIS that includes electrical and instrumentation services for the Water Treatment Services Unit (WTSU) to repair, replace, calibrate and troubleshoot instrumentation and valve controls at the city's water treatment plant, two (2) hydroelectric dams and two (2) recreational dams.

In September 2019, the City of Ann Arbor (City) Water Treatment Plant (WTP) experienced a power outage which caused the failure of a main breaker and flooding a portion of the WTP's filter pipe gallery. The work was completed as part of Amendment No. 1 and included repair and replacement of 16 of the 26 filters' control and monitoring equipment that were significantly damaged by the flood. Completion of this work restored automated controls to the filter process which is necessary to meet operational needs and regulatory compliance. Additional work included coating repairs to large sections of filter effluent pipe exhibiting significant deterioration, t...

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