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File #: 2016-0932   
Type: Contract Status: Passed
File created: 11/21/2016 In control: Construction Committee
On agenda: 1/19/2017 Final action: 1/26/2017
Title: INCREASE the authorized funding for Contract No. EN077 with Arcadis US, Inc. (AUS), to fund additional Environmental Hazardous Materials and Construction Services Task Orders in an amount not-to-exceed $3,255,000 increasing the total Contract Value from $38,000,000 to $41,255,000.
Sponsors: Construction Committee
Indexes: Budgeting, Construction, Contracts, Hazardous materials, Mitigation, Procurement
Attachments: 1. Attachment A - Procurement Summary.pdf, 2. Attachment B - Contract Modification-Change Order Log.pdf, 3. Attachment C - DEOD Summary.pdf, 4. Attachment D - Summary of Current and Proposed Work Requiring AUS Services.pdf
Meeting_Body
CONSTRUCTION COMMITTEE
JANUARY 19, 2017


Subject/Action
SUBJECT: ALL TRANSIT CORRIDOR AND CAPITAL PROJECTS


ACTION: APPROVE CONTRACT MODIFICATION

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RECOMMENDATION

Title
INCREASE the authorized funding for Contract No. EN077 with Arcadis US, Inc. (AUS), to fund additional Environmental Hazardous Materials and Construction Services Task Orders in an amount not-to-exceed $3,255,000 increasing the total Contract Value from $38,000,000 to $41,255,000.

Rationale
RATIONALE

In September 2011, the Board authorized negotiation and award, and the Board funded the Contract in the initial amount of $38,000,000, based upon a staff cost estimate of work necessary to support Metro's approved Capital Construction Program for FY12 through FY16. Outstanding Task Orders that were awarded in FY16 were carried over to FY17. These Task Orders are scheduled to terminate with the expiration of the EN077 Contract at the end of FY17. Any remaining Contract Value was projected to be sufficient to support existing environmental services efforts.
The emergence of changed conditions at major capital projects including Location 61S as well as multiple notices of violations resulting from additional regulatory compliance requirements related to State Water Resources Control Board and City and County of Los Angeles Fire Department underground storage tank requirements and SB 989 regulations required the additional use of AUS services beyond what staff has anticipated that can be handled within the current AUS Contract Value. Based upon forecasted work for the remainder of FY17 up to and until the expiration of this Contract at the end of the FY17, staff is requesting additional funding in the amount of 3,255,000 which would bring the total authorized value for this Contract to $41,255,000.
Nearly every capital project, and many ongoing facilities maintenance or restoration activities undertaken by Metro require evaluation and, as necessary, removal or trea...

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