On August 6, 2001, City Council approved an agreement with Malcolm Pirnie, Inc. to design and provide construction engineering services for the Conserv 1 Flow Diversion Force Main project. The first phase was designed and construction was completed in 2009. Easement negotiations for the next phase have been achieved with Orange County Government and pipe realignments have been finalized. The scope of work and respective fee for the five mile project consists of the design of approximately two miles of 36 inch diameter sanitary sewer force main with valves, fittings, and other appurtenances. This phase of the project will complete the connection between Water Conserv 1 and Iron Bridge water treatment facilities to more effectively distribute reclaimed water. The negotiated scope includes, design services, permits, bidding assistance and contingency ($294,000.00), survey, utility locates,& geotechnical services throughout the 2 miles of pipe route ($313,997.23), ecological(environmental), public involvement & traffic maintenance design ($175,000) and, construction services for an estimated 18 months construction project duration ($165,000.00); the proposed scope and fee was reasonable and acceptable to the City. The total negotiated scope and fee for design and construction phase services is not to exceed $947,997.23. The total estimated construction cost is $12,000,000..
Malcom Pirnie, Inc. was recently acquired by ARCADIS U.S., Inc. The City has consented to the Assignment of Assumption of Obligation for this project in favor of ARCADIS U.S., Inc., who shall assume all of the contract duties and responsibility of Malcom Pirnie, Inc for this project (see attachment).
ARCADIS U.S., Inc. has proposed to utilize Antillian Engineering Associates, Inc with an allocated amount of $67,055.28 (7.1%, MBE), $33,399.71 for GMB Engineering and Planners, Inc (3.5% MBE), $79,360.00 for Grove & Scientific & Engineering Company (8.4% MBE), $36,500.00 for Wyche & Associates, Inc (3.9% MBE), and $219,651.00 for L&S Diversified, LLC (23.2% WBE) for a total M/WBE participation of 46.1% . The M/WBE Office has reviewed the scope and minority utilization plan proposal and found good faith efforts substantiated and the proposed information sufficient.