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File #: 2022-2089   
Type: Consent Calendar Item
Body: City Council
On agenda: 6/21/2022
Title: Recommendation to Accept the Work of Ranger Pipelines, Inc. for Cyclic Sewer Replacement Project, Phase 17, No. PW 07-20-34. (Public Works 50141600)
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Recommendation to Accept the Work of Ranger Pipelines, Inc. for Cyclic Sewer Replacement Project, Phase 17, No. PW 07-20-34. (Public Works 50141600)

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To: Honorable Mayor and Members of the City Council

EXECUTIVE SUMMARY

On October 15, 2019, the City Council awarded a five-year agreement with Ranger Pipelines, Inc. in an amount not to exceed a total five-year expenditure of $28,924,389.83 for the Cyclic Sewer Replacement Project. On December 9, 2020, the City executed the first amendment to the agreement (First Amendment) in an amount not to exceed $5,549,061.25, including 15% Contingency, for Phase 17. The project replaced approximately 3.2 miles of sewer main, associated manholes, and lower laterals. The improvements executed under the subject contract are complete and acceptable to staff. Staff is now recommending that the City Council accept the work.

BACKGROUND

The work in this contract served as Project Year six (6) of the 20-Year Rehabilitation Program included in the City of Alameda's (City) Sewer Master Plan, 2015. The Sewer Master Plan utilized information collected through maintenance, inspection, and monitoring activities to assess system condition and capacity. The results were used to identify and prioritize sewer system capital improvement needs in a 20-Year Rehabilitation Program structured to maintain compliance with the Consent Decree and be consistent with the City's sewer rate structure. Project Year six (6) replaced approximately 2.8 miles of existing old and deteriorating sanitary sewer main. Completion of this work is required for compliance under the Final Consent Decree for Consolidated Case Nos. C 09-00186-RS and C 09-05684-RS, which requires the City to rehabilitate no less than 2.6 miles of sewer main and associated lower laterals and manholes per year, based on a cumulative total. This work is also consistent with and furthers the objectives of the City's 2017 Sewer System Management Plan and adopted Capital Impr...

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