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File #: 18-187    Version: 1 Name:
Type: Consent Agenda Status: Passed
File created: 5/21/2018 In control: Board of Trustees
On agenda: 6/12/2018 Final action: 6/12/2018
Title: A resolution authorizing the Award of a Consultant Contract to Burns & McDonnell Inc., for the Water Treatment Facility Expansion Design in the amount of $459,116.00 and a contingency amount of $65,884.00.
Attachments: 1. Resolution, 2. Consultant Agreement, 3. Vicinity Map
Related files: 19-222, 19-223, 19-292
SUBJECT: CONSENT
Title
A resolution authorizing the Award of a Consultant Contract to Burns & McDonnell Inc., for the Water Treatment Facility Expansion Design in the amount of $459,116.00 and a contingency amount of $65,884.00.

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DEPARTMENT: Public Works

PRESENTER/PREPARER: Todd Fessenden, Public Works Director
Russell Pennington, Town Engineer
Wendi Palmer, Civil Engineer

FISCAL INFORMATION:
Cost as Recommended: $525,000.00
Balance Available: $680,000.00
Fund: Water
Budget Line Item Number: 500-70-110-605000-100258
New Appropriation Required: No


STAFF RECOMMENDATION:
Recommendation
Approve the resolution to award said contract, authorize the appropriate town officer to execute said contract, and authorize staff to expend contracted funds and contingency funds.

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SUMMARY AND BACKGROUND OF SUBJECT MATTER:
The 2018 Water Capital Improvement budget contains funds for design of the next expansion of the Lynn R. Morgan Water Treatment Facility (WTF). The WTF current firm capacity is 9.9 million gallons per day (MGD). Peak system demand days have been growing at a rate of roughly 0.5 MGD per year, with a peak demand day in 2017 of 8.4 MGD. This trend would place us roughly three years from exceeding treatment capacity. The proposed project would expand the treatment plant capacity to roughly 16.5 MGD by adding a second pretreatment train and expanding the existing filtration modules. As part of this design we will also be evaluating the potential for adding a hydroturbine on the incoming water to the plant, which could generate significant electricity to the plant's incoming power and offset electrical costs. If the hydroturbine is feasible, Staff will present a proposal to the Board of Trustees for approval for additional funds to complete its design. A number of additional minor improvements will also be designed as part of this project.

A Request for Proposal was posted on the Town's website on January 10, 2018 to ensure that...

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