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File #: G19-527   
Type: Council Consent Status: Passed
File created: 1/11/2019 In control: City Council
On agenda: 1/22/2019 Final action: 1/22/2019
Title: Acceptance of bid and consideration of award of contract to Crossland Heavy Contractors, Inc for construction of the Curtis Street Pump station Improvements, PN 5-C-038-18
Staff Contact: Mary Jaeger, Alan Shorthouse
Attachments: 1. Attachment A: Project Fact sheet, 2. Attachment B: Project Location Map

Department: Public Works

Staff Contact: Mary Jaeger/Alan Shorthouse

Subject: Contract with Crossland Heavy Contractors, Inc. for construction of the Curtis St Pump station Improvements, PN 5-C-038-18.

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Item Description:

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Acceptance of bid and consideration of award of contract to Crossland Heavy Contractors, Inc for construction of the Curtis Street Pump station Improvements, PN 5-C-038-18..

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Summary: On November 8, 2018, four (4) bids were received and opened for the above referenced project. The bids for the Curtis St Pump station Improvements Project ranged from $312,700 to $352,000 with the Engineer’s Estimate at $303,500.  Crossland Heavy Contractors, Inc. submitted the low and responsible bid in the amount of $312,700. The following is a tabulation of the bids received:

 

Crossland Heavy Contractors, Inc.                                           $312,700

Mega Industries Corporation                                                               $352,000

Pyramid Excavation & Construction, Inc.                                          $360,340

BRB Contractors, Inc.                                                                                    $390,000

 

The City’s water utility continues to utilize the Curtis St Pump station and 1-million-gallon reservoir that were part of the decommissioned Water Treatment Plant 1.  This project will isolate the infrastructure that is still utilized from the abandoned treatment plant.  The project also includes replacement of the exterior reservoir hatches, painting the interior of the pump station, replacement of the electrical panel and replacement of the ventilation system.

 

Construction of this project is scheduled to begin in April 2019 and will be completed by June 2019.

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Financial Impact:

Funding for this project is as follows:

 

                                          Water & Sewer Funds                                                                $315,000

                                          Total                                                                                                                              $315,000

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Action Needed:

Award of contract to Crossland Heavy Contractors, Inc. for the Curtis St Pump station Improvements Project, PN 5-C-038-18

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Attachment(s):

A.                     Project Fact Sheet

B.                     Project Location Map