Dennis Clowers, Surrogate Trustee
Chris Browning, General Manager
Frances Kersey, Secretary
The meeting is scheduled to be telecast live on City Channel 20 (Cox Cable).
Oklahoma City, Oklahoma
The Trust will meet in the Executive Conference Room if Council Chambers are in use.
OKLAHOMA CITY WATER UTILITIES TRUST
The Oklahoma City Water Utilities Trust usually meets the first and third Tuesday of each month at 2:00 p.m. in Council Chambers at City Hall, unless different or prior notice of a change is posted. If Council Chambers are in use, the Oklahoma City Water Utilities Trust meeting will be held in the Executive Conference room (same floor). Call 297-2422 to confirm meeting dates.
It is the policy of the Trust to ensure that communications with participants and members of the public with disabilities are as effective as communications with others. Anyone with a disability who requires an accommodation, a modification of policies or procedures, or an auxiliary aid or service in order to participate in this meeting should call (405) 297-2422 or TDD (405) 297-2020 at least 48 hours in advance (not including weekends or holidays). The staff will give primary consideration to the choice of auxiliary aid or service requested by the individual with disability. If you need an alternative format of the agenda, or any information provided at this meeting, please call (405) 297-2422 at least 48 hours before the meeting.
Addressing the Trust
Citizens may address the Trust during public hearings on any agenda item or at the end of the meeting when the Chairman asks for citizen comments. If you wish to address the Trust, you may call 297-2422 and provide your name and the topic of your remarks, or you may sign up to speak at the meeting. Please limit your comments to three minutes.
The Trust may take any of several actions including but not limited to adopt, approve, ratify, deny, defer, strike, or continue any item. The Trust is not limited by staff recommendations as to the actions it may take. If more information is needed, the Trust may refer matters to the General Manager or to Legal Counsel, or submit them to committees, boards, commissions, or independent consultants for additional study. Trust may authorize the General Manager or Legal Counsel to take certain actions. Items may be stricken from the agenda, or no action may be taken.
Consent Docket items are usually approved as a group with the proper motion from a Trustee. They usually involve routine actions on water and sanitary sewer construction projects or standard contracts for treatment, engineering, line maintenance, or utility customer services. Trustees, staff or citizens may request discussion or separate consideration of any Consent Docket item. A separate vote may be taken upon the motion of a Trustee.
Call (405) 232-6238 for more information about the Oklahoma City Water Utilities Trust, or visit the Business Office at 420 West Main Street, Suite 500, Oklahoma City, Oklahoma.
Receive Engineering Report from Smith Roberts Baldischwiler, LLC, Project WM-0262, Draper Marina Concession Assessment and Renovation; and authorize the Trust Engineer to prepare plans and specifications for Project WM-0280, Draper Marina Interim Improvements, 8301 SE 104th Street.
Ratifying and approving Addenda Nos. 1, 2, 3, 4, and 5 postponing the question and answer date and bid opening date, adding pay items, revising plan and specification sheets, and answering questions; awarding contract to Krapff-Reynolds Construction Company, Project SC-0952, sanitary sewer relief interceptors, SW 23rd Street to SW 29th Street from Pennsylvania Avenue to Douglas Avenue, 4,261,149.50; and approving contract and bonds.
Pricing Agreement award and approval, Donnelly Resources, Inc. dba Southwest Cleaning Services (C189024), for custodial services for the Utilities Department, February 13, 2018, through February 12, 2021, estimated annual cost 90,000; and approving letter of credit.
Amendment No. 1 and Change Order No. 1 with Southwest Water Works, LLC revising and adding quantities for changes in alignment to allow two lanes of east bound traffic to remain open during contruction, Projects TC-0441, traffic signal and intersection improvements, and WC-0907, waterline relocation, Independence Avenue and NW 63rd Street, increase of 10,153. (OCWUT funds 7,076.)
Amendment No. 1 and Change Order No. 1 with Cimarron Construction Company reducing pay quantities to allow Esperanza Owners Association, Inc. to repair the entire roadbed to provide a uniform surface, Project WC-0911, 8-inch and 12-inch water line replacement, Via Esparanza, west of May Avenue, decrease of 50,651.
Amendment No. 1 and Change Order No. 1 with Wynn Construction Company, Inc. to replace a damaged section of the 60-inch Draper raw water main and account for changes in timelines to coordinate with another project, Project WT-0114, low lift pump station improvements, Draper Water Treatment Plant, increase of 219,457.75.
Amendment No. 1 and Change Order No. 2 with Crossland Heavy Contractors, Inc. adjusting quantities due to more voids and subgrade damage than anticipated, Project WT-0171, liquid oxygen piping upgrades at the Hefner Water Treatment Plant, increase of 41,872.
Joint Resolution with The City of Oklahoma City approving Amendment No. 2 and Change Order No. 2 with Downey Contracting LLC, Projects M3-P006 and WC-0920, MAPS 3 Upper Park, generally bound by the Oklahoma City Boulevard, South Hudson Avenue, I-40, and South Robinson Avenue, increase of 139,210.15. (No OCWUT funds.)
Joint Resolution with The City of Oklahoma City assigning Professional Service Agreement (C169022) for management, operation, and maintenance of wastewater treatment facilities, solids management, and industrial pretreatment program services, from Severn Trent Environmental Services, Inc. to Inframark, LLC, retroactive to December 4, 2017, through December 31, 2021.
Joint Resolution with The City of Oklahoma City establishing the practice for sanitary sewer repairs and replacements and stating the ownership and responsibilities of the Oklahoma City Water Utilities Trust and The City of Oklahoma City for the Oklahoma City sanitary sewer system and of developers and property owners for private sanitary sewer service lines and facilities.
Ratifying and approving Addenda Nos. 1 and 2 extending the question and answer and proposal receipt deadlines, and answering questions submitted by prospective proposers; and resolution authorizing staff to negotiate contracts with Konecranes, Inc. and CTEC Holding CO, LLC, Request for Proposals (OCWUT 09-18), for professional crane, hoist, and aerial work platform equipment inspection and preventive maintenance.
Concurrence with The City of Oklahoma City in ratifying and approving Addenda Nos. 1, 2, 3, and 4; adopting resolution extending time to award contract and awarding contract to RDNJ, LLC dba A-Tech Paving, Projects PC-0476, street improvements, and WC-0927, water main valve modification, Classen Drive near NW 10th Street to Harvey Avenue and NW 8th Street, 1,236,642.50; assigning Terracon Consultants, Inc, as testing laboratory; and approving contract and bonds. (No OCWUT funds.)
Concurrence with The City of Oklahoma City in approving Amendment No. 1 and Change Order No. 1 with T.J. Campbell Construction Co., Projects PC-0418, SC-0988, and WC-0918, street widening improvements, Kelley Avenue from NE 122nd Street to Hefner Road, decrease of 14,255.62. (No OCWUT funds.)
Concurrence with The City of Oklahoma City in approving Amendment No. 1 and Change Order No. 1 with Silver Star Construction Co., Projects PC-0432, street widening improvements, and WC-0906, waterline lowering, Reno Avenue from Czech Hall Road to Cemetery Road, increase of 75,016.25. (No OCWUT funds.)
Concurrence with The City of Oklahoma City in approving Amendment No. 4 and Change Order No. 4 with Bishop Paving Company, Inc., Projects PC-0447 and WC-0899, street widening improvements, Sunnylane Road from I-240 to SE 89th Street, increase of 78,190.20 (No OCWUT funds.)
Concurrence with The City of Oklahoma City in approving Change Order No. 2 with Wynn Construction Co. Inc. removing costs to complete permanent power connection and demolition of overhead power feed, Project WT-0137, Draper Water Treatment Plant, electrical loop system and suction flume replacement, decrease of 103,100.