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File #: ID 20-001385    Version: 1 Name:
Type: Action Item Status: Agenda Ready
File created: 10/7/2020 In control: City Council
On agenda: 10/22/2020 Final action: 10/22/2020
Title: Actions pertaining to the approval of an agreement between Borrelli and Associates Inc., of Fresno, CA in the amount of $177,800 plus a contingency of $12,000 for the design and preparation of construction documents for the Municipal Service Center Generator Replacement Project (Council District 3)
Sponsors: Public Works Department
Attachments: 1. 20-001385 Consultant Agreement
REPORT TO THE CITY COUNCIL


October 22, 2020


FROM: SCOTT L. MOZIER, PE, Director
Public Works Department

THROUGH: WILLIAM C. HERR, Assistant Director
Public Works Department, Facilities and Construction Management Divisions

BY: L. NATHAN SANCHEZ, Project Manager
Public Works Department, Facilities Management Division

SUBJECT
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Actions pertaining to the approval of an agreement between Borrelli and Associates Inc., of Fresno, CA in the amount of $177,800 plus a contingency of $12,000 for the design and preparation of construction documents for the Municipal Service Center Generator Replacement Project (Council District 3)

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RECOMMENDATIONS

Staff recommends approval of an agreement with Borrelli and Associates Inc., in the amount of $177,800 plus a contingency of $12,000 for the design and preparation of construction documents for the Municipal Service Center (MSC) Generator Replacement and authorizes the Public Works Director or designee to execute the Agreement on behalf of the City of Fresno.

EXECUTIVE SUMMARY

The MSC was constructed in 1976 in order to house a fleet of service vehicles and administrative staff for various City of Fresno Departments. The generator is long past its life expectancy and needs to be replaced and upgraded. Staff recommends hiring Borrelli and Associates Inc., to develop plans and bid documents for the MSC Generator Replacement project. The project is fully funded with MSC Repair and Replacement capital funding through the adopted City budget.

BACKGROUND

Located at 2101 G Street, the MSC sits on approximately 27.11 acres and has 26 building or canopy structures within it campus. The generator is original to the facility construction and has passed its useful life expectancy. The generator requires substantial maintenance in order to continue its operations, and it is underpowered for the ever-growing power demand of today's operations.

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