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BOARD OF PUBLIC WORKS

AGENDA BOARD OF PUBLIC WORKS FRIDAY, OCTOBER 19, 2018

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10:00 AM Edward R. Roybal BPW Session Room Room 350 City Hall 200 North Spring Street Los Angeles, California 90012

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Members: Kevin James, President Heather Marie Repenning, Vice President Dr. Michael R. Davis, Pres. Pro-Tem Joel F. Jacinto Aura Garcia

(Dr. Fernando Campos, Executive Officer 213-978-0261) Click here for the entire agenda packet / documents

Agenda, related board reports and attachments are available on-line at the BPW website at: http://bpw.lacity.org/ or via link below.

BPW meetings can be listened to by dialing: 213-621-CITY (Metro), 818-904-9450 (Valley), 310-471-CITY (Westside), 310-547-CITY (San Pedro Area); or

Live audio on-line at https://www.lacity.org/your-government/departments- commissions/boards-and-commissions/board-public-works-meetings
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As a covered entity under Title II of the Americans with Disabilities Act, the City of Los Angeles does not discriminate on the basis of disability

and, upon request, will provide reasonable accommodation to ensure equal access to its programs, services and activities. Assistive listening devices are available at the meeting; upon advance notice, other accommodations, such as sign language interpretation, and translation services can be provided. Contact the Executive Officer's office at 213-978-0262. TDD available at 213-978-2310.
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Written material supporting agenda items can be reviewed prior to each Board meeting at the public counter, 200 North Spring Street Room 355, between

the hours of 8:00 a.m. and 4:00 p.m.
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PUBLIC INPUT AT BOARD MEETINGS:

An opportunity for the public to address the Board on public interest items will be provided for up to two (2) minutes per person for a cumulative

total of twenty (20) minutes. Testimony shall be limited in content to matters which are within the subject matter jurisdiction of the Board. The Board may not take any action on matters discussed during the Public Comment period.

The Board will also provide an opportunity for the public to address the Board on agenda items before or during consideration of the item for up to

two (2) minutes per person for a cumulative total of up to ten (10) minutes.

Members of the public who wish to speak under Public Comments or on any agenda item are required to submit a speaker card to the Executive Officer

prior to the time the item is announced by the Chair for each item they wish to address. Speaker cards are available at the back of the Board Hearing Room. Failure to submit the speaker card in a timely manner may preclude a member of the public from speaking during the subject comment period.

VOTING AND DISPOSITION OF ITEMS - Items require a majority vote of the entire membership of the Board (3 votes) for approval.

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Any member of the Board may move to reconsider any vote on any item on the agenda, except to adjourn, suspend the Rules, or where an intervening

event has deprived the Board of jurisdiction, providing that said member originally voted on the prevailing side of the item. The motion to reconsider shall only be in order once during the meeting, and once during the next regular meeting. The member requesting reconsideration shall identify for all members present the Agenda number, meeting date and subject matter previously voted upon. A motion to reconsider is not debatable and shall require an affirmative vote of three members of the Board.
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The Board rules provide that all items adopted by the Board will not be distributed or presented to the Mayor, or other designated office, until the

adjournment of the regular Board meeting following the date of the Board action. A motion to send an item forthwith , if adopted by three (3) votes, suspends these rules and requires the Board Secretariat to forward the matter to the Mayor, or other office, without delay.

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PUBLIC COMMENTS: Board will hear public testimony on non-agenda items under the Board's Jurisdiction NEIGHBORHOOD COUNCIL COMMENTS

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Discussion with Neighborhood Council representatives on Neighborhood Council Resolutions or Community Impact Statements filed with the City Clerk

which relate to any agenda item listed or being considered on this agenda for the Board of Public Works (LAAC 22.819, Ordinance 184243).
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APPROVAL OF THE MINUTES FROM

FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 21, 2018

COMMENDATORY RESOLUTIONS, INTRODUCTIONS AND PRESENTATIONS

AGENDA ITEMS

BUREAU OF ENGINEERING BPW-2018-0864 (1)

CD 6 TASK ORDER SOLICITATION (TOS) NO. 42 - DONALD C. TILLMAN WATER RECLAMATION PLANT (DCTWRP) MAINTENANCE FACILITY EXPANSION

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Recommending the Board:

1. AUTHORIZE the City Engineer to issue the task to John Friedman Alice Kimm Architects, Inc., from the Pre-Qualified On-Call Architectural and

Related Professional Services Consultants List to provide design and support services during bid and award and construction for the Donald C. Tillman Water Reclamation Maintenance Facility Expansion, as stated in Task Order Solicitation No. 42, with a budget authority of not-to-exceed 2,878,000, including contingency.
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(W.O. SZD11242, C-124801)

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BPW-2018-0865 (2)

CD 9,14 CHANGE ORDER NOS. 4 AND 5 - NORTH OUTFALL SEWER (NOS) REHABILITATION UNIT 6 (HOOPER TO WILSON) AND UNIT 7 (WILSON TO LOS ANGELES RIVER)

PROJECT
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Recommending the Board:

1. AUTHORIZE the City Engineer to issue Change Order No. 4 to JR Pipeline for a not-to-exceed amount of 450,000 to repair undocumented void at

Station 96+50; and
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2. AUTHORIZE the City Engineer to issue Change Order No. 5 to JR Pipeline for a not-to-exceed amount of 405,000 to repair undocumented void at

Station 69+18.
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(W.O. SZC12182, SZC12181)

JOINT REPORT(S) BPW-2018-0866 (3) BCA + BOE

CD 11 CONTRACT ACCEPTANCE - HYPERION TREATMENT PLANT (HTP) DIGESTER GAS DESULFURIZATION FACILITY IMPROVEMENTS

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Recommending the Board:

1. ACCEPT this contract;

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2. ASSESS Murray Plumbing Heating Corporation dba Murray Company with a penalty in the amount of 1,600.00 for the unauthorized subcontractor

substitution of one (1) bid listed SBE/EBE subcontractor; and
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3. INSTRUCT the Director, Office of Accounting, to disencumber *and retain* the recommended City penalty in the amount of 1,600.00 from the project.

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(W.O. SZH11591, C-122537)

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COMMUNICATION(S) BPW-2018-0867 (4)

RELEASE OF STOP PAYMENT NOTICE - POWER ONE ENGINEERING, INC.

Power 1 Engineering, Inc. is transmitting a Release of Stop Payment Notice in the amount of 328,318.94, for labor, in connection with the Donald C.

Tillman Water Reclamation Plant Electrical Power System Modifications CIP 6163 project. The primary contractor for this project is KDC, Inc. dba Dynalectric.
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(W.O. SZD11204, C-129307, Communication No. 122316 - filed on October 11, 2018)

ORAL REPORT(S) BPW-2018-0868 (5)

Solid Resources Collection Yards Activities Update - Bureau of Sanitation

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BPW - October 19, 2018

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AGENDA ITEM (1)

BPW-2018-0864

CD 6

TASK ORDER SOLICITATION (TOS) NO. 42 - DONALD C. TILLMAN WATER RECLAMATION PLANT (DCTWRP) MAINTENANCE FACILITY EXPANSION

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Recommending the Board:

1. AUTHORIZE the City Engineer to issue the task to John Friedman Alice Kimm Architects, Inc., from the Pre-Qualified On-Call Architectural and

Related Professional Services Consultants List to provide design and support services during bid and award and construction for the Donald C. Tillman Water Reclamation Maintenance Facility Expansion, as stated in Task Order Solicitation No. 42, with a budget authority of not-to-exceed 2,878,000, including contingency.
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(W.O. SZD11242, C-124801)

ATTACHMENTS: Description BOE 1 BOE 1 TR

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Department of Public Works

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Bureau of Engineering Report No. 1

October 19, 2018 CD No. 6

REQUEST FOR AUTHORITY TO ISSUE THE TASK ORDER SOLICITATION (TOS) NO. 42 TO JOHN FRIEDMAN ALICE KIMM ARCHITECTS, INC. (JFAK), CONTRACT NO. C-124801,

FROM THE PRE-QUALIFIED ON-CALL (PQOC) (ARCHITECTURAL AND RELATED PROFESSIONAL SERVICES CONSULTANTS LIST FOR THE DONALD C. TILLMAN WATER RECLAMATION PLANT (DCTWRP) MAINTENANCE FACILITY EXPANSION - WORK ORDER NO. SZD11242
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RECOMMENDATION

Authorize the City Engineer to issue the Task to JFAK, Contract No. C-124801, from the PQOC Architectural and Related Professional Services

Consultants List to provide design and support services during bid and award and construction for the DCTWRP Maintenance Facility Expansion, as stated in TOS No. 42, with a budget authority of not-to-exceed 2,878,000, including contingency.
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TRANSMITTAL

Copy of TOS No. 42 entitled Donald C. Tillman Water Reclamation Plant Maintenance Facility Expansion: Design and Support Services During Bid Award

and Construction.
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DISCUSSION

Background

On June 11, 2014, the Board of Public Works approved the PQOC Architectural and Related Services Consultants List for the Municipal Facilities

Program. The contract with JFAK was executed on October 20, 2014 and will expire on October 19, 2019. The Architectural Division is currently in the process of applying for a five-year contract extension which is expected to be finalized by summer of 2019, prior to the expiration date of the existing contract.
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The project is located at the DCTWRP at 6100 Woodley Avenue, Van Nuys, CA 91406. The plant is designed to treat 80 million gallons of wastewater per

day and provide recycled water to many users in the San Fernando Valley.
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By the end of 2022, the Bureau of Sanitation (LASAN) plans to complete a new Advanced Water Purification Facility to provide purified recycled water

through tertiary wastewater treatment at the DCTWRP. The current maintenance facility, built in the early 1980s, is outdated and undersized to continue to serve the plant. The DCTWRP will require additional personnel and an expansion of the existing maintenance facility to operate and maintain the future needs of the plant.
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Report No. 1

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The City of Los Angeles (City) project team has completed a program document to outline the basis for the design of the new DCTWRP Maintenance

Facility. The program details the selected option which involves the following as depicted in Figures 1 and 2 below:
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Demolition of the existing maintenance facility and warehouse buildings.

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Construction of a new 3-story maintenance facility of approximately 37,000 square feet.

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Construction of a new 1-story warehouse facility of approximately 11,000 square feet.

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New site parking requirements.

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Modifications to landscaping.

Figure 1: DCTWRP - Location and layout configuration of the proposed maintenance facility and

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warehouse buildings.

NEW MAINTENANCE FACILITY

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NEW WAREHOUSE BUILDING

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Department of Public Works Bureau of Engineering Report No. 1

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Figure 2: Rendering of the proposed (1) Maintenance Faciliy and (2) Warehouse.

TOS Description

On April 24, 2018, TOS No. 42 (Transmittal No. 1) was advertised on the Los Angeles Business Assistance Virtual Network website (LABAVN.org) for the

20 firms on the PQOC Architectural and Related Professional Services Consultant List. The scope of work for TOS No. 42 consists of design and support services during bid and award and construction for the DCTWRP Maintenance Facility Expansion. The original design services include the demolition of the existing maintenance facility and warehouse, the construction of the new maintenance facility and warehouse, and parking and landscaping modifications. After the TOS selection, the LASAN made a request for the additional services to provide the design for a temporary warehouse to serve as a transitional facility during construction. The additional scope was included as part of the project and the final consultant fees were negotiated and documented.
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Summary of Selection and Negotiations

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On May 22, 2018, six proposals were received from the following consultants:

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1. Eric Owen Moss Architects 2. Gruen Associates 3. JFAK 4. Lehrer Architects LA, Inc. 5. Tetra-IBI Group Architecture Planning 6. XTEN Architecture

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Report No. 1

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The proposals were evaluated by a panel from the Bureau of Engineering (BOE) and the LASAN based on the selection criteria noted below, as specified

in the TOS.
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Evaluation Criteria

Capability of the Project Team to provide the Scope of Services as demonstrated by the solicitation response and interview.

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35

Firm s experience as related to the required project scope. 35 The value offered to the City considering cost in comparison to capabilities and

experience of the project team.

15

Project Team s knowledge of the City facilities, procedures and practices. 15 Total 100

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JFAK was determined to be the most qualified firm and was selected for this task with the best value for the project scope. A Record of Selection has

been prepared outlining the selection process that the staff conducted. The selected firm submitted an original fee proposal of 1,974,510. After the TOS selection, the LASAN requested the additional services to provide the design for a temporary warehouse to serve as a transitional facility during construction. The updated fee proposal submitted was for a not-to-exceed amount of 2,374,510. The BOE recommends the approval of a total budget authority of 2,878,000 for this Task Order, including contingency. The estimated project construction cost is 32,000,000.
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Documentation supporting the selection of the consultant, as well as record of selection and negotiation, is on file with the BOE.

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Business Inclusion Program (BIP)

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This Task will be subject to the BIP outreach requirements. The City has set anticipated participation levels of 18 percent Minority-Owned Business

Enterprise (MBE), 4 percent Women-Owned Business Enterprise (WBE), 25 percent Small Business Enterprise (SBE), 8 percent Emerging Business Enterprise (EBE), and 3 percent Disabled Veteran-Owned Business Enterprise (DVBE). For this Task, the consultant is pledging a MBE participation level of 14.80 percent, a WBE participation level of 3.80 percent, a SBE participation level of 44.40 percent, an EBE participation level of 3.80 percent, a DVBE participation level of 3.90 percent and an Other Business Enterprise (OBE) participation level of 1.30 percent.
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On this particular Task, the following MBE, WBE, SBE, EBE, DVBE, and OBE firms are proposed to be utilized by the consultant:

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Gender/Ethnicity Codes:

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AA = African American HA = Hispanic American APA = Asian Pacific American SAA = Subcontinent Asian American

NA = Native American C = Caucasian M = Male F = Female

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Department of Public Works Bureau of Engineering Report No. 1

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Subconsultants Gender/ Ethnicity

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MBE/WBE SBE/EBE/

DVBE/OBE

( ) of Base Task

Task Amount

Saiful Bouquet Engineering M/APA MBE/SBE 10.40 238,000

Khalifeh Associates N/A SBE/OBE 23.10 528,000

VCA Engineering M/APA MBE/SBE 3.40 78,760

Office of the Designed Landscape

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N/A WBE/SBE/

EBE 3.80 86,350

Byun Partners M/APA MBE 1.00 22,000

Leland Saylor N/A DVBE 3.90 89,000

Jensen Hughes N/A OBE 1.30 29,400

Waveguide N/A SBE 3.60 83,000

Subtotal Subconsultant Participation 50.50 1,154,510

Prime Participation 49.50 1,132,000

Initial Base Task 100.00 2,286,510

Reimbursables 88,000

Contingency 503,490

Total Task Budget Authority 2,878,000

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The following is a summary of the subconsultant utilization pledged by the consultant:

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Total Subconsultant Participation

Pledged MBE WBE SBE EBE DVBE OBE

( ) of Base Task

14.8 3.8 44.4 3.8 3.9 1.3

( ) Amount 338,760 86,350 1,014,110 86,350 89,000 29,400

Contractor Performance Evaluation

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In accordance with Division 10, Chapter 1, Article 13 of the Los Angeles Administrative Code, the appropriate City personnel responsible for the

quality control of this personal services contract shall submit Contractor Performance Evaluation Reports to the Bureau of Contract Administration, Special Research Investigation Section, upon termination of the contract.
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STATUS OF FUNDING

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There is no impact to the General Fund. The total funding for the TOS is not-to-exceed 2,878,000. Funding in the amount of 2,878,000 is available in

the Sewer Capital Fund, Fund No. 761, Department No. 50, Appropriation Unit No. 50RGC3.
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Report No. 1.

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However, funds and appropriations for future fiscal years are not yet identified and existing appropriations may change based on available cash

balances. Therefore, funds and appropriations will be determined by the Director of Sanitation or designee.
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The City's liability under this contract shall only be to the extent of the present City appropriation to fund the contract. However, if the City

shall appropriate funds for any succeeding years, the City's liability shall be to the extent of such appropriation, subject to the terms and conditions of the contract.
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( MJS RMK KRR ) Report reviewed by:

BOE (ADM) and BOS (FMD) Report prepared by:

Environmental Engineering Division

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Michael J. Sarullo, PE Division Engineer Phone No. (310) 648-6120

Victori A. antiago, Dif Office bt:Accounting ' Fund Ref;lf1/5f/50RGC3/ 2,878,000 Date: lr.' ?2 71? / I ( MJSiEL/09-2018-0168.EED.ccl

Questions regarding this report may be referred to: Crystal Lee, PE, Project Manager Phone No. (310) 648-6112 E-mail : Crystai.Lee@lacity.org

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or Elena Lopez, Project Engineer Phone No. (31 0) 648-61 04 E-mail: Elena.Lopez@lacity.org

Respectfully submitted,

A tP- Gary Lee Moore, PE, ENV SP City Engineer

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City of Los Angeles Department of Public Works

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Bureau of Engineering

Task Order Solicitation (TOS) No. 42

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Donald C. Tillman Water Reclamation Plant (DCTWRP) Maintenance Facility Expansion, CIP 6195

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Design and Support Services During Bid Award and Construction Pre-Qualified On-Call Architectural and Related Professional Services Consultant

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Contract

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April 24, 2018

INTRODUCTION

The Bureau of Engineering (BOE), Environmental Engineering Division (EED) plans to utilize the services of a consulting engineering firm (Consultant)

for the design, and support services during bid award and construction for the DCTWRP Maintenance Facility Expansion located at 6100 Woodley Avenue, Los Angeles, CA 91406, CIP 6195. The selected consultant is to provide architectural, civil, structural, mechanical, electrical, plumbing (MEP) engineering, parking and landscape design, and all other support services as specified in this TOS.
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PROJECT DESCRIPTION

By the year 2023, the Bureau of Sanitation (LASAN) plans to complete a new Advanced Water Purification Facility (AWPF) to process wastewater at the

DCTWRP. To operate and maintain the existing plant equipment and processes, as well as the new equipment and new processes associated with the future AWPF, the plant will require additional personnel, and an expansion of the existing maintenance facility.
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The current maintenance facility, built in the early 1980s, is outdated and undersized to continue to serve the plant. The City project team has

completed DCTWRP Maintenance Facility Expansion Programming presented in Attachment 1. Multiple design options were considered to upgrade the existing facility or construct a new facility. The programming details the selected option which involves demolition of the existing maintenance facility buildings, construction of a new 3-story maintenance facility (approximately 37,000 SF) and construction of a new 1-story warehouse facility (approximately 11,000 SF). Modifications to site parking and landscaping are also included in the programming.
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The objective of this Task Order is to prepare detailed design for the new maintenance facility and warehouse, as well as the parking and landscaping

modifications. Selected
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Contractor will construct the project from permitted contract documents that accomplish the project goals and meets City s expectations.

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The project design team will be composed of the following:

Architect create the concept and integrate the technical disciplines with innovation and creativity.

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Structural Engineer ensure adequate serviceability requirements including floor vibration control and adequate performance of non-structural

components.
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Mechanical, HVAC and Plumbing Engineer create efficient support systems and environmental controls.

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Electrical Engineers ensure adequate power and control requirements and components are included.

Building Commissioning Contractor ensure that all building systems are fully functional and operational, properly tuned, ready for occupancy and

fully comply with mandatory Los Angeles Green Building Code (LAGBC) requirements and achieve the Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design (LEED) target LEED Gold certification.
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Other consultants as required Life safety and fire suppression, security, landscape architecture, etc.

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A plan check for the project will be required from the City of Los Angeles Building and Safety which includes review and approval by the City

Cultural Affairs Department. In addition, reviews and approvals required include environmental review and approval by US Army Corps of Engineers (USACE). All reviews and approvals are the responsibility of the awarded consulting firm.
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The project delivery for the New DCTWRP Maintenance Facility Building has been determined to be Design-Bid-Build (DBB). One Consultant will perform

design and engineering under one contract and the construction will be completed by a Contractor under another contract. A Request for Qualifications will be issued and based on the selection criteria as set forth in the RFQ. City will develop a list of pre-qualified contractors. Only the approved pre-qualified contractors will be eligible to submit bids for this project.
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SCOPE OF SERVICES

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1. General Scope and Requirements:

General scope and requirements for the DCTWRP Maintenance Facility Expansion project includes design, support services during bid award and

construction. The design will be developed through coordination with BOE and LASAN. BOE will secure
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environmental clearances, including completing the required documentation under the California Environmental Quality Act (CEQA). BOE will also

provide the necessary surveys and geotechnical engineering work.
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The scope of the DCTWRP Maintenance Facility Expansion project involves:

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Demolition of existing maintenance facility buildings

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Construction of new 3-story maintenance building (approximately 37,000 SF)

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Construction of new 1-story warehouse building (approximately 11,000 SF)

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Modifications to parking areas

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Modifications to landscaping areas

A. The detailed requirements for the maintenance building, warehouse building, parking, and landscaping are provided in Attachment 1 (Program). There

will be no changes allowed to the Program by the Consultant. The Consultant shall perform complete, architectural, civil, structural, mechanical, electrical, plumbing (MEP) engineering, landscape design and parking, including but not limited to, the preparation of design and construction documents (plans and specifications), related plan check and permit approvals, third party constructability review, cost estimates, support scheduling and sequence of construction services during bid and construction, and preparation of related as-built drawings.
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B. All drawings shall be drawn in AutoCAD 2017 or latest, and on 24-inch by 36-

inch sheets with the Engineering title block, of which an electronic copy will be provided by BOE. The electronic files of the drawings in

BIM/Autodesk Revit 2016 shall be made available to Engineering upon request during any phase of the project and for final assembly of bid/construction documents.
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C. The Consultant shall coordinate the architectural, civil, structural, MEP

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engineering plans and specifications with all other disciplines.

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D. The architectural, civil, structural, MEP engineering, landscape and parking

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design consultant shall comply with all current and latest applicable codes and regulations. The Consultant shall provide all the required

architectural, civil, structural, MEP engineering, and landscape design and construction documents in accordance with but not limited to the following:
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Architectural Design

1. New maintenance building 2. New warehouse building

Civil Engineering

1. Site clearing 2. Site grading, grading sections, over-excavation and compaction per

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geotechnical report recommendations. 3. Excavation and hauling plan

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4. Site drainage design. 5. Utility connections as applicable including: parking, storm drain, sanitary

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sewer, domestic water, fire water, and gas line connections. 6. Verify and locate all utilities Point of Connections (POC), including the sizes

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of all required utility services. 7. The site civil engineering shall comply with the latest City s Low Impact

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Development Ordinance (LID).

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Structural Engineering 1. New maintenance Building 2. New warehouse building

MEP Engineering

1. MEP Engineering Design. 2. Lighting Control System. 3. Electrical service load calculations, single line diagrams, and panel

schedules. 4. Fire alarm, security alarm. 5. HVAC fixtures 6. Design and coordination with the utility companies such as DWP, gas,

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telephone, internet service provider, to apply for and obtain service connections as required.

7. Verify and locate all utilities Points of Connections (POC) including the sizes of all required utility services.

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8. California Energy Commission s Title 24 Lighting Compliance Forms

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Landscape Design Consultant Modification of the landscaping and parking at DCTWRP campus as outlined in the agreed-upon scheme in the Program.

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E. Coordination with all agencies having jurisdiction, including but not limited to, the

US Army Corp of Engineers (USACE), the Fire Department (LAFD), Department of Building and Safety (LADBS), LASAN, Information Technology Agency (ITA),

Department of General Services (GSD), Department of Water and Power (DWP), and other utility companies as needed, to complete the design and obtain all necessary approvals.
Tagged Passions:utility, Utility, services, military, Technology, information technology, technology, Information Technology, fire departments and districts, and water

F. The Consultant shall provide GR s, GC s and Technical Specifications for the entire project in coordination with all disciplines. The Technical

Specifications shall be prepared by an independent professional specification writer, and written in Microsoft Word in CSI Format (a sample format of the Technical Specifications for reference will be provided). The electronic files of the Technical Specifications in Microsoft Word shall be made available to BOE upon request during any phase of the design and for final assembly of bid/construction documents.
Tagged Passions:services, RFP, rfp, information technology, discipline, Information Technology, and construction

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G. The Consultant shall provide cost estimates for the entire project at the specified project intervals. The cost estimates shall be prepared by an

independent professional cost estimator.
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Class C cost estimate at 20 . Class B cost estimate at 50 . Class A cost estimate at 90 .

H. The Consultant shall provide an independent constructability review for the entire

Tagged Passions:services

project.

I. All work shall be in compliance with all the most current requirements of all applicable codes and regulations.

Tagged Passions:compliance and regulation

J. The Consultant shall determine the locations and requirements for all relevant utility sources and points of connection. The Consultant shall

provide electrical engineering design to ensure uninterrupted power supply during construction.
Tagged Passions:utility, Utility, services, and construction

K. The Consultant shall assist during bid and award phase responding to bidders Requests for Information (RFIs) and/or issue bid addenda where

necessary.
Tagged Passions:services, RFP, and rfp

L. The Consultant shall prepare Record Drawings for their related disciplines from

Tagged Passions:services and discipline

the field as-built plans prepared by the Contractor after construction completion. The final Record Drawings shall be submitted in both AutoCAD (2017

or latest) and Adobe PDF formats. All plan sheets shall be bound in their original digital format when submitted to EED.
Tagged Passions:construction

M. The consultant shall provide, obtain, and submit all necessary documentation for

Tagged Passions:services

commissioning the project to receive a minimum of Gold Level certification from the United States Green Building Council (USGBC).

Tagged Passions:council and boards and commissions

N. BOE s master specifications (http://boe.lacity.org/bms/menu.cfm), engineering

standards and technical documents shall be used. Use EED s standard details, templates, and formats in AutoCAD (see Bureau of Engineering eRoom).

Refer to BOE vault (http://engvault.lacity.org/epps) for facility construction drawings.
Tagged Passions:construction and facility

O. To successfully deliver the project, it is important for BOE and its Consultant to

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work closely with LASAN, who is BOE s client. As such, LASAN input and review will play a critical role in this project. In addition to conducting

their own investigations and analysis, the consultant will work with BOE and LASAN staffs to explore opportunities, refine ideas, and gain consensus relative to outcomes and recommendations.
Tagged Passions:services

P. The construction of this project will be taking place in an active and fully

Tagged Passions:construction

functioning wastewater treatment plant. The construction required facility/operation shutdowns must be taken into consideration during design.

Tagged Passions:plant, construction, facility, and sewer

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