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File #: 19-0324    Version: 1
Type: New Business Status: Passed
File created: 6/25/2019 In control: City Council
On agenda: 8/6/2019 Final action: 8/6/2019
Title: Approval of Professional Services Agreement with Architects Alaska, Inc. for the Hospital and Clinic Copper Piping Replacement - Construction Administration Services in the Amount of $111,860.
Attachments: 1. Hospital and Clinic Copper Piping Replacement - Construction Administration Services

ITEM TITLE: 

Approval of Professional Services Agreement with Architects Alaska, Inc. for the Hospital and Clinic Copper Piping Replacement - Construction Administration Services in the Amount of $111,860.

SUBMITTED BY: Thomas Sanborn, Capital Facilities Project Manager

 

FISCAL NOTES: 

Expenditure Required: $111,860.00

Unencumbered Balance: $3,277,958.28

Funding Source: Hospital - 315-0310-58000.9197 / Clinic - 310-430-58000

 

RECOMMENDATION:

Approve the Professional Services Agreement with Architects Alaska, Inc. for the Hospital and Clinic Copper Piping Replacement - Construction Administration Services in the Amount of $111,860.

SUMMARY STATEMENT:

This contract is the continuation of the existing suite of mechanical projects at the Hospital and Clinic campus referred to as the Copper Pipe Project. With this contract, Architects Alaska will provide construction administration services, mechanical commissioning, and the drafting of professional record drawings for the upcoming copper pipe replacement project at the Providence Valdez Medical Center and Clinic.

Architects Alaska will serve as the single point of contact for the four individual projects to assist with quality control of the documents and contractor assistance relative to design issues. The Capital Facilities Director elected to issue a new contract to help clarify roles and responsibilities and streamline the current contract structures.

The consultants on this agreement are the same team of design firms that designed the construction project.  Therefore, per City Procurement Code 2.80.080 it is not necessary to solicit multiple bids for subsequent phases of a multi-phase project.

This professional services agreement is a continuation of the design project.  Any firm not involved in the project design would be unable to provide the same level of construction administration services.