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File #: 0011-2019    Version: 1
Type: Ordinance Status: Passed
File created: 12/18/2018 In control: Public Service & Transportation Committee
On agenda: 1/14/2019 Final action: 1/16/2019
Title: To amend the 2018 Capital Improvement Budget; to authorize the Director of Public Service to enter into a contract modification with Johnson, Mirmiran & Thompson in connection with the UIRF - South Linden Sidewalks 2017 project; to authorize the expenditure of up to $21,319.87 from the Streets and Highways Bond Fund for the UIRF - South Linden Sidewalks 2017 project; and to declare an emergency. ($21,319.87)
Attachments: 1. 0011-2019 Legislation Template
Explanation
1. BACKGROUND
This legislation authorizes the Director of Public Service to modify a professional services contract with Johnson, Mirmiran & Thompson, Inc., to add additional funds for design of the UIRF - South Linden Sidewalks 2017.
Ordinance 2993-2017 authorized the Director of Public Service to enter into a professional services contract with Johnson, Mirmiran & Thompson for the UIRF - South Linden Sidewalks 2017 project. The intent of this contract is to provide the Department of Public Service with continuing, contractual access to additional resources to perform various professional engineering, survey, and technical expertise for the department to implement projects for the Department of Development through the City’s Urban Infrastructure Recovery Fund (UIRF) program. This ordinance authorizes the Director of Public Service to modify the contract in the amount of $21,319.87.

The original contract amount: $148,287.41 (PO096157, Ord. 2993-2017)
The total of Modification No. 1: $21,319.87 (This Ordinance)
The contract amount including all modifications: $169,607.28

Searches in the System for Award Management (Federal) and the Findings for Recovery list (State) produced no findings against Johnson, Mirmiran & Thompson.

2. UNPLANNED MODIFICATION
This is an unplanned modification. Prior to issuing the contract it was necessary to estimate the number of driveways that would not be in compliance with a pedestrian accessible route (PAR). The survey work performed by Johnson, Mirmiran & Thompson to-date as part of the contract has shown more driveways out of compliance with PAR than originally estimated, requiring more design work than planned. In addition, post-construction Stormwater BMP’s have to be located outside of the existin...

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