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File #: 3011-2019    Version: 1
Type: Ordinance Status: Passed
File created: 11/8/2019 In control: Public Utilities Committee
On agenda: 12/9/2019 Final action: 12/12/2019
Title: To authorize the Director of Public Utilities to modify and increase the Division of Power’s General Engineering Services agreement with Glaus, Pyle, Schomer, Burns and Dehaven dba GPD Group, Inc.; to authorize a transfer of $40,250.00 and expenditure up to $340,250.00 within the Electricity General Obligations Bonds Fund; and to authorize an amendment to the 2019 Capital Improvements Budget; and to declare an emergency. ($340,250.00)
Attachments: 1. Ord. 3011-2019 Funding, 2. Ord. 3011-2019 Utilization

Explanation

1.0 BACKGROUND: This Ordinance authorizes the Director of Public Utilities to modify and increase the General Engineering Services agreement with Glaus, Pyle, Schomer, Burns and Dehaven dba GPD Group, Inc., for the Division of Power, in the amount of $340,250.00.

A developer has requested the Division of Power to determine the feasibility and cost of relocating a transmission line. The Division will use the current General Engineering Services agreement with Glaus, Pyle, Schomer, Burns and Dehaven dba GPD Group, Inc. for said services. The Developer will reimburse the Division up to a maximum amount of $340,250.00. Since the reimbursement will not happen until the end of the project, Modification No. 3 (current) is needed to provide funds for ongoing/upcoming projects.

The planning area is “N/A” since work is performed on various projects throughout Columbus.

1.1 Amount of additional funds to be expended: $340,250.00
Original Agreement: $ 150,000.00 (PO054007, formerly PO042041)
Modification No. 1: $ 150,000.00 (PO079280)
Modification No. 2: $ 110,000.00 (PO147078)
Modification No. 3 (current): $ 340,250.00
Total (Orig. + Mods 1-3): $ 750,250.00

1.2. Reasons additional goods/services could not be foreseen:
The transmission relocation project was not anticipated, however, annual modifications were anticipated to fund ongoing/upcoming projects. Modification No. 3 (current) will provide funds for the third year of the three year agreement.

1.3. Reason other procurement processes are not used:
The original professional services agreement was formally bid on March, 18, 2016. An original agreement plus two annual modifications were planned.

1.4. How cost of modification was determined:
$340,250.00 is the maximum reimbursement amount to be received by the developer and is the cost of this co...

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