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File #: 18-1146    Name:
Type: Staff Report Status: Agenda Ready - Administrative Business
File created: 12/28/2018 In control: Special City Council
On agenda: 4/24/2019 Final action: 4/24/2019
Title: Report regarding a resolution approving a consulting services agreement with EKI Environment & Water of Burlingame, California for design and construction support services for the WQCP Plant-Wide Coating and Corrosion Protection Project (Project No. ss1307) in an amount not to exceed $687,100, authorizing the City Manager to execute the agreement, and authorizing a total budget of $755,810. (Brian Schumacker, Superintendent and Peter Vorametsanti, Swinerton)
Attachments: 1. Attachment 1 - Vicinity Map WQCP & PS coating, 2. Attachment 2 - Panel Review Summary, 3. Attachment 3 - EKI Profile and Project Team Sheet, 4. Attachment 4 - Example Project, 5. Attachment 5 - 2019-4-23 Rehab Priority
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Report regarding a resolution approving a consulting services agreement with EKI Environment & Water of Burlingame, California for design and construction support services for the WQCP Plant-Wide Coating and Corrosion Protection Project (Project No. ss1307) in an amount not to exceed $687,100, authorizing the City Manager to execute the agreement, and authorizing a total budget of $755,810. (Brian Schumacker, Superintendent and Peter Vorametsanti, Swinerton)

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RECOMMENDATION
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Staff recommends that the City Council adopt a resolution approving a consulting services agreement with EKI Environment & Water of Burlingame, California for design and construction support services for the WQCP Plant-Wide Coating and Corrosion Protection Project (Project No. ss1307) in an amount not to exceed $687,100, authorizing the City Manager to execute the agreement, and authorizing a total budget of $755,810.

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BACKGROUND/DISCUSSION
Capital Improvement Program (CIP) project ss1307 calls for design and construction (application) of new protective paint and coatings for the metal components of the Water Quality Control Plant (WQCP or Plant) and sanitary sewer pump stations (see Attachment 1).

The purpose of this project is to prolong the useful life of the system components, meet service expectations and regulatory requirements, and safeguard the system's safety and reliability. Constant moisture and hydrogen sulfide common at a wastewater treatment plants create corrosive conditions that impact metal and concrete structures.

The wastewater system consists of nearly 120 miles of gravity sewer line, 6 miles of force mains and 13 sewer pump stations. All sewage flows are conveyed to the South San Francisco/San Bruno Water Quality Control Plant (WQCP), which is jointly owned by the City and the City of San Bruno. The City of South San Francisco operates the South San Francisco/San Bruno Water Quality Control Plant (WQCP or Plant), located at 195 Belle ...

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