City Commission Regular Business Meeting | Monday, October 4, 2021
Consent Agenda | 17:15 |
The following items were approved on the Consent Agenda by a unanimous vote:
G1. Approve a Cooperative National IPA contract with Corby Energy Services for Sanitary Sewer Rehabilitation by Lining (Bid Ref#91389-002.1)
A $645,310.50 contract was approved with Corby Energy Services, Inc. for Sanitary Sewer Rehabilitation by Lining. The contract will allow for the flexibility to address critical sewer structures identified during Stormwater, Asset Management, Sewer (SAW) inspections, and it will bring this trenchless technology forward as an option for emergency repairs.
G2. Contract Extension with Wightman for Surveying & Inspection Services (Bid Ref: 907-79-005.2)
A $185,580.00 two-year contract extension was approved with Wightman for Professional Surveying services. The Department of Public Services retains a consultant to perform surveying and mapping for various projects on an as-needed basis.
G3. MIDEAL Cooperative Purchase of a Compact Excavator from Michigan CAT (Bid Ref#00000-00-021.126)
The purchase of a compact excavator from Michigan CAT in the amount of $120,181.24 was approved. Public Services Wastewater Division will utilize this compact excavator to safely open trenches and excavate at job sites when other utility services are in the area. This piece of equipment will also be utilized in tight working conditions such as single lane closures and ally ways.
G4. Contract with Owen-Ames-Kimball Company for the Construction of Public Safety Station #2 (Bid Ref# 90900-009.0)
A $9,460,470 contract was approved with Owen-Ames-Kimball Company, 161 E. Michigan Ave., Kalamazoo, MI 49007 for the purpose of building a new Public Safety Station #2.
The current Station #2, located at 1207 Bryant, was constructed in 1952 and no longer meets the needs of the organization. KDPS staff worked with DLZ to design a new facility that will meet the current Public Safety needs with enough space for future growth. The facility design incorporates many sustainability elements that will result in Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design (LEED) certification. KDPS and City staff have met throughout the design phase with the Edison and Milwood Neighborhood Associations and adjacent residents. The total construction cost for the new Public Safety Station #2 is $9,460,470.