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CITY COUNCIL MEETINGS RULES PUBLIC DECORUM

Strict adherence to the following rules of decorum by the public will be observed and adhered to during City Council meetings, including open forum, public comment period on legislative items, and Council deliberations:
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No Clapping 2. No Cheering 3. No Booing 4. No public outbursts 5. Three-minute time limit for comments made during open forum and public testimony on

legislative items 6. No person shall be permitted to speak at open forum more often than once per month. In addition, please silence your cell phones when entering the Council Chambers

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Further, keep the following City Council Rules in mind:

Rule 2.2 Open Forum D. The open forum is a limited public forum; all matters discussed in the open forum shall relate to the affairs of the City. No person shall be permitted to speak regarding items on the current or advance agendas, pending hearing items, or initiatives or referenda in a pending election. Individuals speaking during the open forum shall address their comments to the Council President and shall not use profanity, engage in obscene speech, or make personal comment or verbal insults about any individual.
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To encourage wider participation in open forum and a broad array of public comment and varied points of view, no person shall be permitted to speak at open forum more often than once per month. However, there is no limit on the number of items on which a member of the public may testify, such as legislative items, special consideration items, hearing items, and other items before the City Council and requiring Council action that are not adjudicatory or administrative in nature, as specified in Rules 5.3 and 5.4.

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Rule 5.4 Public Testimony Regarding Legislative Agenda Items Time Limits A. 5.4.1 The City Council shall take public testimony on all matters included on its legislative

agenda, with those exceptions stated in Rule 5.4(B). Public testimony shall be limited to the final Council action. Public testimony shall be limited to three (3) minutes per speaker, unless, at his or her discretion, the Chair determines that, because of the number of speakers signed up to testify, less time will need to be allocated per speaker in order to accommodate all of the speakers. The Chair may allow additional time if the speaker is asked to respond to questions from the Council.

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No public testimony shall be taken on consent agenda items, amendments to legislative agenda items, or procedural, parliamentary, or administrative matters of the Council.

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For legislative or hearing items that may affect an identifiable individual, association, or group, the following procedure may be implemented:

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Following an assessment by the Chair of factors such as complexity of the issue(s), the apparent number of people indicating a desire to testify, representation by designated spokespersons, etc., the Chair shall, in the absence of objection by the majority of the Council present, impose the following procedural time limitations for taking public testimony regarding legislative matters:

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There shall be up to fifteen (15) minutes for staff, board, or commission presentation of background information, if any.

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The designated representative of the proponents of the issue shall speak first and may include within his or her presentation the testimony of expert witnesses, visual displays, and any other reasonable methods of presenting the case. Up to thirty (30) minutes shall be granted for the proponent s presentation. If there be more than one designated representative, they shall allocate the 30 minutes between or among themselves.

THE CITY OF SPOKANE

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ADVANCE COUNCIL AGENDA MEETING OF MONDAY, MArCH 4, 2019

COUNCIL CHAMBERS 808 W. SPOKANE FALLS BLVD. CITY HALL SPOKANE, WA 99201 MISSION STATEMENT TO DELIVER EFFICIENT AND EFFECTIVE SERVICES THAT FACILITATE ECONOMIC OPPORTUNITY AND ENHANCE QUALITY OF LIFE. MAYOR DAVID A. CONDON COUNCIL PRESIDENT BEN STUCKART COUNCIL MEMBER BREEAN BEGGS COUNCIL MEMBER KATE BURKE COUNCIL MEMBER MIKE FAGAN COUNCIL MEMBER LORI KINNEAR COUNCIL MEMBER CANDACE MUMM COUNCIL MEMBER KAREN STRATTON
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SPOKANE CITY COUNCIL ADVANCE AGENDA MONDAY, MARCH 4, 2019

CITY COUNCIL BRIEFING SESSION Council will adopt the Administrative Session Consent Agenda after they have had appropriate discussion. Items may be moved to the 6:00 p.m. Legislative Session for formal consideration by the Council at the request of any Council Member. SPOKANE CITY COUNCIL BRIEFING SESSIONS (BEGINNING AT 3:30 P.M. EACH MONDAY) AND LEGISLATIVE SESSIONS (BEGINNING AT 6:00 P.M. EACH MONDAY) ARE BROADCAST LIVE ON CITY CABLE CHANNEL FIVE AND STREAMED LIVE ON THE CHANNEL FIVE WEBSITE. THE SESSIONS ARE REPLAYED ON CHANNEL FIVE ON THURSDAYS AT 6:00 P.M. AND FRIDAYS AT 10:00 A.M. The Briefing Session is open to the public, but will be a workshop meeting. Discussion will be limited to Council Members and appropriate Staff and Counsel. There will be an opportunity for the expression of public views on any issue not relating to the Current or Advance Agendas during the Open Forum at the beginning and the conclusion of the Legislative Agenda. ADDRESSING THE COUNCIL
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No one may speak without first being recognized for that purpose by the Chair. Except for named parties to an adjudicative hearing, a person may be required to sign a sign-up sheet as a condition of recognition.

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Each person speaking at the public microphone shall print his or her name and address on the sheet provided at the entrance and verbally identify him/herself by name, address and, if appropriate, representative capacity.

If you are submitting letters or documents to the Council Members, please provide a minimum of ten copies via the City Clerk. The City Clerk is responsible for officially filing and distributing your submittal.

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In order that evidence and expressions of opinion be included in the record and that decorum befitting a deliberative process be maintained, modes of expression such as demonstration, banners, applause and the like will not be permitted.

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speaker asserting a statement of fact may be asked to document and identify the source of the factual datum being asserted.

SPEAKING TIME LIMITS: Unless deemed otherwise by the Chair, each person addressing the Council shall be limited to a three-minute speaking time. CITY COUNCIL AGENDA: The City Council Advance and Current Agendas may be obtained prior to Council Meetings from the Office of the City Clerk during regular business hours (8 a.m. - 5 p.m.). The Agenda may also be accessed on the City website at www.spokanecity.org. Agenda items are available for public review in the Office of the City Clerk during regular business hours. AMERICANS WITH DISABILITIES ACT (ADA) INFORMATION: The City of Spokane is committed to providing equal access to its facilities, programs and services for persons with disabilities. The Spokane City Council Chamber in the lower level of Spokane City Hall, 808 W. Spokane Falls Blvd., is wheelchair accessible and also is equipped with an infrared assistive listening system for persons with hearing loss. Headsets may be checked out (upon presentation of picture I.D.) at the City Cable 5 Production Booth located on the First Floor of the Municipal Building, directly above the Chase Gallery or through the meeting organizer. Individuals requesting reasonable accommodations or further information may call, write, or email Human Resources at 509.625.6383, 808 W. Spokane Falls Blvd, Spokane, WA, 99201; or msteinolfson@spokanecity.org. Persons who are deaf or hard of hearing may contact Human Resources through the Washington Relay Service at 7-1-1. Please contact us forty-eight (48) hours before the meeting date. If you have questions, please call the Agenda Hotline at 625-6350.
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SPOKANE CITY COUNCIL ADVANCE AGENDA MONDAY, MARCH 4, 2019

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BRIEFING SESSION (3:30 p.m.)

(Council Chambers Lower Level of City Hall) (No Public Testimony Taken)

Roll Call of Council Staff Reports Committee Reports Advance Agenda Review Current Agenda Review

ADMINISTRATIVE SESSION

CONSENT AGENDA

REPORTS, CONTRACTS AND CLAIMS RECOMMENDATION

1. Low Bid (to be determined at bid opening) held March 4, 2019, for Five Mile Booster Station . An administrative reserve of , which is 10 of the contract price plus tax, will be set aside. Engineers estimate is 3,566,587.50. Dan Buller Approve OPR 2019-0132 ENG 2017104 2. Contract with Alta Science Engineering, Inc. (Moscow, ID) for design and environmental assessment for the Yard and City s Ranch site 276,000. Terri Stripes Approve OPR 2019-0135 3. Agreement with Catholic Charities (Spokane, WA) for the House of Charity shelter program 389,496. Kelly Keenan Approve OPR 2019-0137 4. Report of the Mayor of pending:
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Claims and payments of previously approved

obligations, including those of Parks and Library, through _____, 2019, total ____________, with Parks and Library claims approved by their respective boards. Warrants excluding Parks and Approve Authorize Payments CPR 2019-0002

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SPOKANE CITY COUNCIL ADVANCE AGENDA MONDAY, MARCH 4, 2019

Library total ____________.
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Payroll claims of previously approved obligations through________, 2019: __________.

CPR 2019-0003 5. City Council Meeting Minutes: ____________, 2019. Approve All CPR 2019-0013

EXECUTIVE SESSION (Closed Session of Council)

(Executive Session may be held or reconvened during the 6:00 p.m. Legislative Session) CITY COUNCIL SESSION (May be held or reconvened following the 3:30 p.m. Administrative Session) (Council Briefing Center) This session may be held for the purpose of City Council meeting with Mayoral nominees to Boards and/or Commissions. The session is open to the public.
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LEGISLATIVE SESSION (6:00 P.M.)

(Council Reconvenes in Council Chamber)
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WORDS OF INSPIRATION

PLEDGE OF ALLEGIANCE

ROLL CALL OF COUNCIL ANNOUNCEMENTS (Announcements regarding Changes to the City Council Agenda) BOARDS AND COMMISSIONS APPOINTMENTS (Includes Announcements of Boards and Commissions Vacancies) APPOINTMENTS RECOMMENDATION
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Ethics Commission Two Appointments Approve CPR 2006-0042 Design Review Board One Reappointment and Three Appointments

Approve CPR 1993-0069
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SPOKANE CITY COUNCIL ADVANCE AGENDA MONDAY, MARCH 4, 2019

ADMINISTRATIVE REPORT
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COUNCIL COMMITTEE REPORTS (Committee Reports for Finance, Neighborhoods, Public Safety, Public Works, and Planning/Community and Economic Development Committees and other Boards and Commissions)

OPEN FORUM This is an opportunity for citizens to discuss items of interest not relating to the Current or Advance Agendas nor relating to political campaigns/items on upcoming election ballots. This Forum shall be for a period of time not to exceed thirty minutes. After all the matters on the Agenda have been acted on, unless it is 10:00 p.m. or later, the open forum shall continue for a period of time not to exceed thirty minutes. Each speaker will be limited to three minutes, unless otherwise deemed by the Chair. If you wish to speak at the forum, please sign up on the sign-up sheet located in the Chase Gallery.

Note: No person shall be permitted to speak at Open Forum more often than once per month (Council Rule 2.2.E). LEGISLATIVE AGENDA
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SPECIAL BUDGET ORDINANCES (Require Five Affirmative, Recorded Roll Call Votes)

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Ordinance C35743 amending Ordinance No. C35703 passed by the City Council December 10, 2018, and entitled, An Ordinance adopting the Annual Budget of the City of Spokane for 2019, making appropriations to the various funds, departments and programs of the City of Spokane government for the fiscal year ending December 31, 2019, and providing it shall take effect immediately upon passage, and declaring an emergency and appropriating funds in:

General Fund FROM: Unappropriated Reserves, 64,000 General Fund Civil Service TO: Project Employee, same amount. (This action creates a project employee in Civil Service to help with some project-based work slated for 2019.) Amber Richards
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NO EMERGENCY ORDINANCES

(Require Five Affirmative, Recorded Roll Call Votes)

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SPOKANE CITY COUNCIL ADVANCE AGENDA MONDAY, MARCH 4, 2019

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RESOLUTIONS FINAL READING ORDINANCES (Require Four Affirmative, Recorded Roll Call Votes)

RES 2019-0016 A Resolution in support of the efforts of the City and its Civil Service Commission to create workable supported employment options at the City of Spokane for people with disabilities. Council Member Kinnear
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FIRST READING ORDINANCES

(No Public Testimony Will Be Taken) ORD C35744

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Amending Ordinance C-26230 that vacated Howard Street between 4th Avenue and 5th Avenue. Eldon Brown

FURTHER ACTION DEFERRED NO SPECIAL CONSIDERATIONS NO HEARINGS Motion to Approve Advance Agenda for March 4, 2019 (per Council Rule 2.1.2) OPEN FORUM (CONTINUED) This is an opportunity for citizens to discuss items of interest not relating to the Current or Advance Agendas nor relating to political campaigns/items on upcoming election ballots. This Forum shall be for a period of time not to exceed thirty minutes. After all the matters on the Agenda have been acted on, unless it is 10:00 p.m. or later, the open forum shall continue for a period of time not to exceed thirty minutes. Each speaker will be limited to three minutes, unless otherwise deemed by the Chair. If you wish to speak at the forum, please sign up on the sign-up sheet located in the Chase Gallery. Note: No person shall be permitted to speak at Open Forum more often than once per month (Council Rule 2.2.E).

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ADJOURNMENT The March 4, 2019, Regular Legislative Session of the City Council is adjourned to March 11, 2019.

NOTES Agenda Sheet for City Council Meeting of: 03/04/2019

Date Rec d 2/12/2019 Clerk s File OPR 2019-0132 Renews

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Submitting Dept ENGINEERING SERVICES Cross Ref Contact Name/Phone DAN BULLER 625-6391 Project 2017104 Contact E-Mail DBULLER@SPOKANECITY.ORG Bid Agenda Item Type Contract Item Requisition Agenda Item Name 0370-LOW BID AWARD - TO BE DETERMINED AT BID OPENING MARCH 4, 2019 Agenda Wording

Low Bid of (to be determined at bid opening to be held on March 4, 2019 (City, ST) for Five Mile Booster Station - ____. An administrative reserve of ______, which is 10 of the contract price plus tax, will be set aside.
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Summary (Background)

All information will be provided prior to the March 4, 2019 meeting. On March 4, 2019 bids were opened for the above project. The Engineers Estimate for this project is 3,566,587.50. The low bid was from (to be determined at bid opening) in the amount of __________________, which is ___________________ or _____ over/under the Engineer's Estimate; other bids were received as follows: Fiscal Impact Grant related? NO Budget Account Public Works? YES Expense 3,566,587.50 4250 42300 94340 56501 15746 Select Select Select Approvals Council Notifications Dept Head TWOHIG, KYLE Study Session Division Director SIMMONS, SCOTT M. Other SR 2/11/19 Finance ORLOB, KIMBERLY Distribution List Legal ODLE, MARI eraea@spokanecity.org For the Mayor ORMSBY, MICHAEL publicworksaccounting@spokanecity.org Additional Approvals mdovol@spokanecity.org Purchasing htrautman@spokanecity.org kgoodman@spokanecity.org
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Continuation of Wording, Summary, Budget, and Distribution

Agenda Wording (Balboa/South Indian Trail Neighborhood Council)
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Summary (Background)

Fiscal Impact Budget Account Select Select Distribution List
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Briefing Paper Sustainable Resources

Division Department: Engineering Services; Public Works

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Subject: Five Mile Booster Station Replacement Date: February 11, 2019 Contact (email phone): Dan Buller (dbuller@spokanecity.org, 625-6391)

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City Council Sponsor: Executive Sponsor: Scott Simmons Committee(s) Impacted: PIES Type of Agenda item: Consent Discussion Strategic Initiative Alignment: (link agenda item to guiding document i.e., Master Plan, Budget , Comp Plan, Policy, Charter, Strategic Plan)

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This project is in the 6 year sewer plan.

Strategic Initiative: Innovative Infrastructure Deadline: Outcome: (deliverables, delivery duties, milestones to meet)

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Informational - background information for committee review

Background/History: The existing booster station is 45 years old and not sized for the extensive amount of growth seen over the last 20 years and expected future growth on Five Mile prairie.

Executive Summary: The proposed booster station will be constructed to the southeast of the existing booster station on the city owned 20 ac parcel shown on the exhibit below. The proposed building size will be approximately 30 x 70 with five pumps vs. four pumps in the current station. Site piping will also be replaced. The project is constructed almost entirely out of the roadway so local traffic will be minimally
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inconvenienced. This project is funded with utility rates. Budget Impact: Approved in current year budget? Yes No N/A Annual/Reoccurring expenditure? Yes No N/A If new, specify funding source: Other budget impacts: (revenue generating, match requirements, etc.) Operations Impact: Consistent with current operations/policy? Yes No N/A Requires change in current operations/policy? Yes No N/A Specify changes required: Known challenges/barriers:

Existing reservoir Existing booster station Proposed booster station Project Location

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City of Spokane Engineering Services Department

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* * * Preliminary Engineer's Estimate * * * Project Number: 2017104 Project Description Five Mile Booster Station Original Date

Update Date Preparer Funding Source Addendum 1/30/2019 2:00:31 PM 1/31/2019 2:30:03 PM Michael Myers Local Item No Bid Item Description Est Quantity Unit Price Engineer's Estimate Amount Project Number: 2017104
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01Schedule Sales tax shall NOT be included in unit prices Description Tax Classification

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101 RECORD DRAWINGS 1 * * * * * * 2,000.00LS 102 REIMBURSEMENT FOR THIRD PARTY DAMAGE -1 1.00 -1.00EST 103 SPCC PLAN 1 * * * * * * 800.00LS 104 POTHOLING 2 400.00 800.00EA 105 CLASSIFICATION AND PROTECTION OF

SURVEY MONUMENTS 1 * * * * * * 1,000.00LS

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106 MOBILIZATION 1 * * * * * * 1.00LS 107 PROJECT TEMPORARY TRAFFIC CONTROL 1 * * * * * * 5,000.00LS 108 CLEARING AND GRUBBING 1 * * * * * * 10,000.00LS 109 MATERIAL ON HAND, TREE PROTECTION 1 * * * * * * 6,000.00LS 110 REMOVE TREE, CLASS I 10 400.00 4,000.00EA 111 REMOVE TREE, CLASS II 2 1,200.00 2,400.00EA 112 REMOVE TREE, CLASS III 1 3,700.00 3,700.00EA 113 TREE PRUNING 6 400.00 2,400.00EA 114 REMOVAL OF STRUCTURE AND OBSTRUCTION 1 * * * * * * 7,000.00LS 115 REMOVE EXISTING CURB 35 6.00 210.00LF 116 SAWCUTTING CURB 2 28.00 56.00EA 117 SAWCUTTING FLEXIBLE PAVEMENT 268 1.00 268.00LFI 118 ROADWAY EXCAVATION INCL. HAUL 1 * * * * * * 5,000.00LS 119 REMOVE UNSUITABLE FOUNDATION MATERIAL 10 21.00 210.00CY 120 REPLACE UNSUITABLE FOUNDATION MATERIAL 10 18.00 180.00CY 121 PREPARATION OF UNTREATED ROADWAY 621 2.00 1,242.00SY 122 EXCAVATION, GRADING, AND SHAPING 1 * * * * * * 20,000.00LS 123 STRUCTURE EXCAVATION CLASS A INCL.

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HAUL - FIVE MILE BOOSTER 1 * * * * * * 25,000.00LS

124 CRUSHED SURFACING TOP COURSE 63 45.00 2,835.00CY 125 HMA CL. 1/2 IN. PG 64-28, 3 INCH THICK 621 18.00 11,178.00SY 126 HMA FOR PAVEMENT REPAIR CL. 1/2 IN. PG 64-

28, 4 INCH THICK 63 85.00 5,355.00SY

127 PAVEMENT REPAIR EXCAVATION INCL. HAUL 63 40.00 2,520.00SY 128 JOB MIX COMPLIANCE PRICE ADJUSTMENT 1 -1.00 -1.00CAL 129 COMPACTION PRICE ADJUSTMENT 1 1.00 1.00EST 130 STORM SEWER PIPE 4 IN. DIAM. INCL.

STRUCTURAL EXCAVATION CLASS B 5 35.00 175.00LF Tuesday, February 12, 2019 Page 1 of 4 Item No Bid Item Description Est Quantity Unit Price Engineer's Estimate Amount Project Number: 2017104
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01Schedule Sales tax shall NOT be included in unit prices Description Tax Classification

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131 STORM SEWER PIPE 6 IN. DIAM. INCL. STRUCTURAL EXCAVATION CLASS B

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47.00 1,410.00LF

132 DRYWELL TYPE 1 1 3,400.00 3,400.00EA 133 ADJUST EXISTING VALVE BOX, MONUMENT OR CLEANOUT IN ASPHALT 2 650.00 1,300.00EA

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134 CLEANING EXISTING DRAINAGE STRUCTURE 1 400.00 400.00EA 135 REMOVE UNSUITABLE PIPE FOUNDATION

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136 REPLACE UNSUITABLE PIPE FOUNDATION MATERIAL

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137 TRENCH SAFETY SYSTEM 1 * * * * * * 2,000.00LS 138 SIDE SEWER CLEANING AND VIDEO
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139 TEMPORARY ADJACENT UTILITY SUPPORT 1 * * * * * * 1,000.00LS 140 CLEANING EXISTING SANITARY SEWERS 1 800.00 800.00EA 141 BOOSTER STATION PIPING AND PRV 1 * * * * * * 57,000.00LS 142 DI PIPE FOR WATER MAIN 12 IN. DIAM. 105 160.00 16,800.00LF 143 DI PIPE FOR WATER MAIN 18 IN. DIAM. 408 270.00 110,160.00LF 144 DI PIPE FOR WATER MAIN 24 IN. DIAM. 6 300.00 1,800.00LF 145 DI PIPE FOR WATER MAIN 30 IN. DIAM. 447 350.00 156,450.00LF 146 BLOWOFF ASSEMBLY 2 11,000.00 22,000.00EA 147 GATE VALVE 12 IN. 2 3,500.00 7,000.00EA 148 COMBINATION AIR RELEASE/AIR VACUUM

VALVE ASSEMBLY 2 IN 2 5,000.00 10,000.00EA
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149 TRENCH EXCAVATION FOR WATER SERVICE TAP

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1
700.00 700.00EA

150 BOOSTER STATION WATER SUPPLY 1 * * * * * * 1,500.00LS 151 SIDE SEWER PIPE 6 IN. DIAM. 96 45.00 4,320.00LF 152 SIDE SEWER PERMIT 1 40.00 40.00EA 153 SEWER CLEANOUT 3 800.00 2,400.00EA 154 ESC LEAD 1 * * * * * * 2,500.00LS 155 MATERIAL ON HAND, TREE PROTECTION 1 * * * * * * 3,000.00LS 156 INLET PROTECTION 1 150.00 150.00EA 157 STABILIZED CONSTRUCTION ENTRANCE 9 15.00 135.00SY 158 SILT FENCE 262 5.00 1,310.00LF 159 LANDSCAPING 1 * * * * * * 8,000.00LS 160 PSIPE 1.5 INCH CAL. TREE 9 400.00 3,600.00EA 161 WEED AND PEST CONTROL 6 250.00 1,500.00FA 162 HYDROSEEDING 2807 3.50 9,824.50SY 163 TOPSOIL TYPE A, 3 INCH THICK 2807 7.00 19,649.00SY 164 IRRIGATION SYSTEM 1 * * * * * * 5,000.00LS 165 CEMENT CONCRETE CURB 35 22.00 770.00LF 166 CEMENT CONCRETE DRIVEWAY 20 70.00 1,400.00SY 167 CHAIN LINK FENCE TYPE 3 MODIFIED 118 50.00 5,900.00LF 168 CHAIN LINK FENCE TYPE 4 70 35.00 2,450.00LF

Tuesday, February 12, 2019 Page 2 of 4 Item No Bid Item Description Est Quantity Unit Price Engineer's Estimate Amount Project Number: 2017104

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01Schedule Sales tax shall NOT be included in unit prices Description Tax Classification

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169 END, GATE, CORNER, AND PULL POST FOR CHAIN LINK FENCE

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300.00 4,800.00EA

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170 DOUBLE 14 FT CHAIN LINK GATE 2 1,800.00 3,600.00EA 171 DOUBLE 20 FT CHAIN LINK GATE 1 2,000.00 2,000.00EA 172 SINGLE 6 FT CHAIN LINK GATE 1 500.00 500.00EA 173 CEMENT CONC. SIDEWALK 6 IN. THICK 58 50.00 2,900.00SY 174 PUMP AND SYSTEM - 750 GPM 1 200,000.00 200,000.00EA 175 PUMP AND SYSTEM - 1500 GPM 2 300,000.00 600,000.00EA 176 PUMP AND SYSTEM - 2500 GPM 2 400,000.00 800,000.00EA 177 PUMP BARRELS (CANS) 30 IN. DIAM. 5 40,000.00 200,000.00EA 178 PUMPS AND SYSTEM STARTUP, TESTING, AND

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179 BOOSTER STATION BUILDING 1 * * * * * * 340,000.00LS 180 GENERAL ELECTRICAL AND LIGHTING 1 * * * * * * 32,000.00LS 181 MOTOR CONTROL CENTERS 1 * * * * * * 400,000.00LS 182 POWER GENERATION 1 * * * * * * 110,000.00LS 183 FLOWMETER 1 20,000.00 20,000.00EA 184 BUILDING HVAC AND CONTROL SYSTEMS 1 * * * * * * 103,000.00LS 185 PLUMBING SYSTEMS 1 * * * * * * 61,500.00LS

3,566,587.50Schedule Totals Tuesday, February 12, 2019 Page 3 of 4 Sched 1 TotalSched 2 Sched 3 Sched 4 Sched 5 Sched 6 Sched 7 Sched 8 SCHEDULE SUMMARY Project Number 2017104 Five Mile Booster Station 3,566,587.50 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 3,566,587.50Engineer's Est Tuesday, February 12, 2019 Page 4 of 4 Agenda Sheet for City Council Meeting of: 03/04/2019

Date Rec d 2/19/2019 Clerk s File OPR 2019-0135 Renews

Submitting Dept PLANNING Cross Ref Contact Name/Phone TERI STRIPES 625-6597 Project Contact E-Mail TSTRIPES@SPOKANECITY.ORG Bid Agenda Item Type Contract Item Requisition CR20237 Agenda Item Name 0650 - ECOLOGY GRANT CONSULTANT IMPLEMENTATION CONTRACT Agenda Wording Contract with Alta Science Engineering, Inc. for Planning, Engineering Design, and Environmental assessment for the Yard the City's Ranch site. This will enable us to carry out our environmental due diligence remedial investigation.

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Summary (Background)

Several years ago, Ecology chose our Hillyard Integrated Planning Grant proposal to award. Within days of telling us we were awarded, Ecology lost its funding for its Brownfield grants. Consequently, that left a large hole in the funding strategy we had put together for the Yard. When Ecology's 2018 capital budget passed, they let us know our project was still the first in line for funding. This consultant contract implements that prospect. Fiscal Impact Grant related? YES Budget Account Public Works? NO Expense 276,000 1360-94169-58620-54201-99999 Select Select Select Approvals Council Notifications Dept Head TRAUTMAN, HEATHER Study Session Division Director CORTRIGHT, CARLY Other Urban Experience
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Finance ORLOB, KIMBERLY Distribution List Legal ODLE, MARI tstripes@spokanecity.org For the Mayor ORMSBY, MICHAEL htrautman@spokanecity.org Additional Approvals korlob@spokanecity.org Purchasing sstopher@spokanecity.org GRANTS

STOPHER, SALLY mdavis@spokanecity.org

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kmiller@spokanecity.org tsanders@spokanecity.org

Continuation of Wording, Summary, Budget, and Distribution

Agenda Wording
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The scope of work for the grant includes a property condition assessment, identifying a stormwater solution for the Ranch's stormwater basin, developing a brownfield cleanup strategy, conducting preliminary site planning, and creating a redevelopment strategy to position the Hillyard Industrial Brownfield Redevelopment Opportunity Zone Site for redevelopment.

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Summary (Background)

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City Clerk's No. _______________

This Consultant Agreement is made and entered into by and between the CITY OF SPOKANE as ( City ), a Washington municipal corporation, and ALTA SCIENCE ENGINEERING, INC., whose address is 505 West Riverside Avenue, Suite 530, Spokane, Washington 99201 as ( Consultant ), individually hereafter referenced as a party , and together as the parties .

WHEREAS, the purpose of this Agreement is to provide Planning, Engineering Design and Environmental Assessment for the Hillyard Industrial Brownfield Site; and WHEREAS, the Consultant was selected through Request for Qualification No. AE200-

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-- NOW, THEREFORE, in consideration of the terms, conditions, covenants and performance of the Scope of Work contained herein, the City and Consultant mutually agree as follows:

1. TERM OF AGREEMENT. The term of this Agreement begins on March 1, 2019 and ends on February 28, 2021, unless amended by written agreement or terminated earlier under the provisions.

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TIME OF BEGINNING AND COMPLETION. The Consultant shall begin the work outlined in the Scope of Work ( Work ) on the beginning date, above. Time limits established under this Agreement shall not be extended because of delays for which the Consultant is responsible, but may be extended by the City, in writing, for the City s convenience or conditions beyond the Consultant s control.

3. SCOPE OF WORK. The General Scope of Work for this Agreement is described in Consultant s Proposal dated December 7, 2018, and Cost Estimate dated February 7, 2019, attached as Exhibit B and made a part of this Agreement. In the event of a conflict or discrepancy in the contract documents, the City Agreement controls. Work shall be authorized by the City by means of written task assignments associated with specific projects. The Work is subject to City review and approval. The Consultant shall confer with the City periodically, and prepare and present information and materials (e.g. detailed outline

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City of Spokane

CONSULTANT AGREEMENT
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Title: HILLYARD INTEGRATED PLANNING SERVICES

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of completed Work) requested by the City to determine the adequacy of the Work or Consultant s progress.

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COMPENSATION. Total compensation for Consultant s services under this Agreement shall not exceed TWO HUNDRED SEVENTY SIX THOUSAND AND NO/100 DOLLARS ( 276,000.00), not including tax, unless modified by a written amendment to this Agreement.

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PAYMENT. The Company shall submit its applications for payment to City of Spokane, Planning and Development Services Department, 808 West Spokane Falls Blvd., Spokane, WA 99201. Payment will be made via direct deposit/ACH within thirty (30) days after receipt of the Company's application except as provided by state law. If the City objects to all or any portion of the invoice, it shall notify the Company and reserves the right to only pay that portion of the invoice not in dispute. In that event, the parties shall immediately make every effort to settle the disputed amount.

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REIMBURSABLES The reimbursables under this Agreement are to be included, and considered part of the maximum amount not to exceed (above), and require the Consultant s submittal of appropriate documentation and actual itemized receipts, the following limitations apply.

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City will reimburse the Consultant at actual cost for expenditures that are pre-approved by the City in writing and are necessary and directly applicable to the work required by this Contract provided that similar direct project costs related to the contracts of other clients are consistently accounted for in a like manner. Such direct project costs may not be charged as part of overhead expenses or include a markup. Other direct charges may include, but are not limited to the following types of items: travel, printing, supplies, materials, computer charges, and fees of subconsultants.

B. The billing for third party direct expenses specifically identifiable with this project shall be an itemized listing of the charges supported by copies of the original bills, invoices, expense accounts, subconsultant paid invoices, and other supporting documents used by the Consultant to generate invoice(s) to the City. The original supporting documents shall be available to the City for inspection upon request. All charges must be necessary for the services provided under this Contract.

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The City will reimburse the actual cost for travel expenses incurred as evidenced by copies of receipts (excluding meals) supporting such travel expenses, and in accordance with the City of Spokane Travel Policy, details of which can be provided upon request.

D. Airfare (out of town subconsultants only): Airfare will be reimbursed at the actual cost of the airline ticket. The City will reimburse for Economy or Coach Fare only. Receipts detailing each airfare are required. E. Meals (out of town subconsultants only): Meals will be reimbursed at the Federal Per Diem daily meal rate for the city in which the work is performed. Receipts are not required as documentation. The invoice shall state the meals are being billed at the Federal Per Diem daily meal rate , and shall detail how many of each meal is being billed (e.g. the number of breakfasts, lunches, and dinners). The City will not reimburse for alcohol at any time. F. Lodging (out of town subconsultants only): Lodging will be reimbursed at actual cost incurred up to a maximum of the published General Services Administration (GSA) Index for the city in which the work is performed (the current maximum allowed reimbursement amount can be provided upon request). Receipts detailing each day / night lodging are
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required. The City will not reimburse for ancillary expenses charged to the room (e.g. movies, laundry, mini bar, refreshment center, fitness center, sundry items, etc.)

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Vehicle mileage: Vehicle mileage will be reimbursed at the Federal Internal Revenue Service Standard Business Mileage Rate in affect at the time the mileage expense is incurred. Please note: payment for mileage for long distances traveled will not be more than an equivalent trip round-trip airfare of a common carrier for a coach or economy class ticket.

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Rental Car (out of town subconsultants only): Rental car expenses will be reimbursed at the actual cost of the rental. Rental car receipts are required for all rental car expenses. The City will reimburse for a standard car of a mid-size class or less. The City will not reimburse for ancillary expenses charged to the car rental (e.g. GPS unit).

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Miscellaneous Travel (e.g. parking, rental car gas, taxi, shuttle, toll fees, ferry fees, etc.): Miscellaneous travel expenses will be reimbursed at the actual cost incurred. Receipts are required for each expense of 10.00 or more.

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Miscellaneous other business expenses (e.g. printing, photo development, binding): Other miscellaneous business expenses will be reimbursed at the actual cost incurred and may not include a mark up. Receipts are required for all miscellaneous expenses that are billed.

Subconsultant: Subconsultant expenses will be reimbursed at the actual cost incurred and may include a four percent (4 ) markup. Copies of all Subconsultant invoices that are rebilled to the City are required

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TAXES, FEES AND LICENSES. A. Consultant shall pay and maintain in current status, all necessary licenses, fees,

assessments, permit charges, etc. necessary to conduct the work included under this Agreement. It is the Consultant s sole responsibility to monitor and determine changes or the enactment of any subsequent requirements for said fees, assessments, or changes and to immediately comply.

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Where required by state statute, ordinance or regulation, Consultant shall pay and maintain in current status all taxes necessary for performance. Consultant shall not charge the City for federal excise taxes. The City will furnish Consultant an exemption certificate where appropriate.

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The Director of Finance and Administrative Services may withhold payment pending satisfactory resolution of unpaid taxes and fees due the City.

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The cost of any permits, licenses, fees, etc. arising as a result of the projects included in this Agreement shall be included in the project budgets.

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CITY OF SPOKANE BUSINESS LICENSE. Section 8.01.070 of the Spokane Municipal Code states that no person may engage in business with the City without first having obtained a valid annual business registration. The Consultant shall be responsible for contacting the State of Washington Business License Services at http://bls.dor.wa.gov or 1-800-451-7985 to obtain a business registration. If the Consultant does not believe it is required to obtain a business registration, it may contact the City s Taxes and Licenses Division at (509) 625-6070 to request an exemption status determination.

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ADDRESSES FOR NOTICES AND DELIVERABLE MATERIALS.

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Deliver all official notices under this Agreement to:

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If to the City: If to the Consultant: Planning and Development Services City of Spokane 808 West Spokane Falls Boulevard Spokane, Washington 99201

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ALTA SCIENCE ENGINEERING, INC. 505 West Riverside Avenue, Suite 530 Spokane, Washington 99201

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SOCIAL EQUITY REQUIREMENTS. No individual shall be excluded from participation in, denied the benefit of, subjected to discrimination under, or denied employment in the administration of or in connection with this Agreement because of age, sex, race, color, religion, creed, marital status, familial status, sexual orientation including gender expression or gender identity, national origin, honorably discharged veteran or military status, the presence of any sensory, mental or physical disability, or use of a service animal by a person with disabilities. Consultant agrees to comply with, and to require that all subcontractors comply with, Section 504 of the Rehabilitation Act of 1973 and the Americans with Disabilities Act, as applicable to the Consultant. Consultant shall seek inclusion of woman and minority business for subcontracting. A woman or minority business is one that self-identifies to be at least 51 owned by a woman and/or minority. Such firms do not have to be certified by the State of Washington.

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INDEMNIFICATION. The Consultant shall defend, indemnify, and hold the City and its officers and employees harmless from all claims, demands, or suits at law or equity asserted by third parties for bodily injury (including death) and/or property damage which arise from the Consultant s negligence or willful misconduct under this Agreement, including attorneys fees and litigation costs; provided that nothing herein shall require a Consultant to indemnify the City against and hold harmless the City from claims, demands or suits based solely upon the negligence of the City, its agents, officers, and employees. If a claim or suit is caused by or results from the concurrent negligence of the Consultant s agents or employees and the City, its agents, officers and employees, this indemnity provision shall be valid and enforceable to the extent of the negligence of the Consultant, its agents or employees. The Consultant specifically assumes liability and agrees to defend, indemnity, and hold the City harmless for actions brought by the Consultant s own employees against the City and, solely for the purpose of this indemnification and defense, the Consultant specifically waives any immunity under the Washington State industrial insurance law, or Title 51 RCW. The Consultant recognizes that this waiver was specifically entered into pursuant to the provisions of RCW 4.24.115 and was the subject of mutual negotiation. The indemnity and agreement to defend and hold the City harmless provided for in this section shall survive any termination or expiration of this agreement.

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INSURANCE. The Consultant shall comply with all federal, state and local laws and ordinances applicable to the work to be done under this Agreement. This Agreement shall be interpreted and construed in accord with the laws of Washington.

During the period of the Agreement, the Consultant shall maintain in force at its own expense, each insurance noted below with companies or through sources approved by the State Insurance Commissioner pursuant to RCW Title 48;

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A. Worker's Compensation Insurance in compliance with RCW 51.12.020, which requires subject employers to provide workers' compensation coverage for all their subject workers and Employer's Liability Insurance in the amount of 1,000,000;

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General Liability Insurance on an occurrence basis, with a combined single limit of not less than 1,000,000 each occurrence for bodily injury and property damage. It shall include contractual liability coverage for the indemnity provided under this agreement. It shall provide that the City, its officers and employees are additional insureds but only with respect to the Consultant's services to be provided under this Agreement; and

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Automobile Liability Insurance with a combined single limit, or the equivalent of not less than 1,000,000 each accident for bodily injury and property damage, including coverage for owned, hired and non-owned vehicles.

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Professional Liability Insurance with a combined single limit of not less than 1,000,000 each claim, incident or occurrence. This is to cover damages caused by the error, omission, or negligent acts related to the professional services to be provided under this Agreement. The coverage must remain in effect for at least three (3) years after the Agreement is completed.

There shall be no cancellation, material change, reduction of limits or intent not to renew the insurance coverage(s) without forty-five (45) days written notice from the Consultant or its insurer(s) to the City. As evidence of the insurance coverage(s) required by this Agreement, the Consultant shall furnish acceptable Certificates Of Insurance (COI) to the City at the time it returns this signed Agreement. The certificate shall specify the City of Spokane as Additional Insured specifically for Consultant s services under this Agreement, as well as all of the parties who are additional insureds, and include applicable policy endorsements, the forty-five (45) day cancellation clause, and the deduction or retention level. The Consultant shall be financially responsible for all pertinent deductibles, self-insured retentions, and/or self-insurance. 13. DEBARMENT AND SUSPENSION. The Consultant has provided its certification that it is in compliance with and shall not contract with individuals or organizations which are debarred, suspended, or otherwise excluded from or ineligible from participation in Federal Assistance Programs under Executive Order 12549 and Debarment and Suspension , codified at 29 CFR part 98.

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AUDIT. Upon request, the Consultant shall permit the City and any other governmental agency ( Agency ) involved in the funding of the Work to inspect and audit all pertinent books and records. This includes work of the Consultant, any subconsultant, or any other person or entity that performed connected or related Work. Such books and records shall be made available upon reasonable notice of a request by the City, including up to three (3) years after final payment or release of withheld amounts. Such inspection and audit shall occur in Spokane County, Washington, or other reasonable locations mutually agreed to by the parties. The Consultant shall permit the City to copy such books and records at its own expense. The Consultant shall ensure that inspection, audit and copying rights of the City is a condition of any subcontract, agreement or other arrangement under which any other persons or entity may perform Work under this Agreement.

15. INDEPENDENT CONSULTANT. A. The Consultant is an independent Consultant. This Agreement does not intend the Consultant to act as a City employee. The City has neither direct nor immediate control over the

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Consultant nor the right to control the manner or means by which the Consultant works. Neither the Consultant nor any Consultant employee shall be an employee of the City. This Agreement prohibits the Consultant to act as an agent or legal representative of the City. The Consultant is not granted express or implied rights or authority to assume or create any obligation or responsibility for or in the name of the City, or to bind the City. The City is not liable for or obligated to pay sick leave, vacation pay, or any other benefit of employment, nor to pay social security or other tax that may arise from employment. The Consultant shall pay all income and other taxes as due. The Consultant may perform work for other parties; the City is not the exclusive user of the services that the Consultant provides.

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If the City needs the Consultant to Work on City premises and/or with City equipment, the City may provide the necessary premises and equipment. Such premises and equipment are exclusively for the Work and not to be used for any other purpose.

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If the Consultant works on the City premises using City equipment, the Consultant remains an independent Consultant and not a City employee. The Consultant will notify the City Project Manager if s/he or any other Workers are within ninety (90) days of a consecutive 36- month placement on City property. If the City determines using City premises or equipment is unnecessary to complete the Work, the Consultant will be required to work from its own office space or in the field. The City may negotiate a reduction in Consultant fees or charge a rental fee based on the actual costs to the City, for City premises or equipment.

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KEY PERSONS. The Consultant shall not transfer or reassign any individual designated in this Agreement as essential to the Work, nor shall those key persons, or employees of Consultant identified as to be involved in the Project Work be replaced, removed or withdrawn from the Work without the express written consent of the City, which shall not be unreasonably withheld. If any such individual leaves the Consultant s employment, the Consultant shall present to the City one or more individuals with greater or equal qualifications as a replacement, subject to the City s approval, which shall not be unreasonably withheld. The City s approval does not release the Consultant from its obligations under this Agreement.

17. ASSIGNMENT AND SUBCONTRACTING. The Consultant shall not assign or subcontract its obligations under this Agreement without the City s written consent, which may be granted or withheld in the City s sole discretion. Any subcontract made by the Consultant shall incorporate by reference this Agreement, except as otherwise provided. The Consultant shall ensure that all subconsultants comply with the obligations and requirements of the subcontract. The City s consent to any assignment or subcontract does not release the consultant from liability or any obligation within this Agreement, whether before or after City consent, assignment or subcontract.

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CITY ETHICS CODE. A. Consultant shall promptly notify the City in writing of any person expected to be a Consultant

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Worker (including any Consultant employee, subconsultant, principal, or owner) and was a former City officer or employee within the past twelve (12) months.

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Consultant shall ensure compliance with the City Ethics Code by any Consultant Worker when the Work or matter related to the Work is performed by a Consultant Worker who has been a City officer or employee within the past two (2) years.

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Consultant shall not directly or indirectly offer anything of value (such as retainers, loans, entertainment, favors, gifts, tickets, trips, favors, bonuses, donations, special discounts, work or meals) to any City employee, volunteer or official that is intended, or may appear to a reasonable person to be intended, to obtain or give special consideration to the Consultant.

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Promotional items worth less than 25 may be distributed by the Consultant to a City employee if the Consultant uses the items as routine and standard promotional materials. Any violation of this provision may cause termination of this Agreement. Nothing in this Agreement prohibits donations to campaigns for election to City office, so long as the donation is disclosed as required by the election campaign disclosure laws of the City and of the State.

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NO CONFLICT OF INTEREST. Consultant confirms that the Consultant or workers have no business interest or a close family relationship with any City officer or employee who was or will be involved in the consultant selection, negotiation, drafting, signing, administration or evaluation of the Consultant s work. As used in this Section, the term Consultant includes any worker of the Consultant who was, is, or will be, involved in negotiation, drafting, signing, administration or performance of the Agreement. The term close family relationship refers to: spouse or domestic partner, any dependent parent, parent-in-law, child, son-in-law, daughter-in-law; or any parent, parent in-law, sibling, uncle, aunt, cousin, niece or nephew residing in the household of a City officer or employee described above.

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ERRORS AND OMISSIONS, CORRECTIONS. Consultant is responsible for professional quality, technical accuracy, and the coordination of all designs, drawings, specifications, and other services furnished by or on the behalf of the Consultant under this Agreement in the delivery of a final work product. The standard of care applicable to Consultant s services will be the degree of skill and diligence normally employed by professional engineers or Consultants performing the same or similar services at the time said services are performed. The Final Work Product is defined as a stamped, signed work product. Consultant, without additional compensation, shall correct or revise errors or mistakes in designs, drawings, specifications, and/or other consultant services immediately upon notification by the City. The obligation provided for in this Section regarding acts or omissions resulting from this Agreement survives Agreement termination or expiration.

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INTELLECTUAL PROPERTY RIGHTS. A. Copyrights. The Consultant shall retain the copyright (including the right of reuse) to all

materials and documents prepared by the Consultant for the Work, whether or not the Work is completed. The Consultant grants to the City a non-exclusive, irrevocable, unlimited, royalty-free license to use copy and distribute every document and all the materials prepared by the Consultant for the City under this Agreement. If requested by the City, a copy of all drawings, prints, plans, field notes, reports, documents, files, input materials, output materials, the media upon which they are located (including cards, tapes, discs, and other storage facilities), software program or packages (including source code or codes, object codes, upgrades, revisions, modifications, and any related materials) and/or any other related documents or materials developed solely for and paid for by the City to perform the Work, shall be promptly delivered to the City.

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Patents: The Consultant assigns to the City all rights in any invention, improvement, or discovery, with all related information, including but not limited to designs, specifications, data, patent rights and findings developed with the performance of the Agreement or any subcontract. Notwithstanding the above, the Consultant does not convey to the City, nor does the City obtain, any right to any document or material utilized by the Consultant created or produced separate from the Agreement or was pre-existing material (not already owned by the City), provided that the Consultant has identified in writing such material as pre-existing prior to commencement of the Work. If pre-existing materials are incorporated in the work, the Consultant grants the City an irrevocable, non-exclusive right and/or license to use,

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execute, reproduce, display and transfer the pre-existing material, but only as an inseparable part of the work.

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The City may make and retain copies of such documents for its information and reference with their use on the project. The Consultant does not represent or warrant that such documents are suitable for reuse by the City or others, on extensions of the project or on any other project, and the City releases the Consultant from liability for any unauthorized reuse of such documents.

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CONFIDENTIALITY. Under Washington State Law RCW Chapter 42.56) all materials received or created by the City of Spokane are public records which are subject to review and copying pursuant to a public records request. These records include but are not limited to bid or proposal submittals, agreement documents, contract work product, and other bid material. Some records or portions of records may be legally exempt from disclosure and can be redacted or withheld. RCW Ch. 42.56 describes those exemptions. Consultant must familiarize themselves with state law and the City of Spokane s process for managing records.

The City will endeavor to redact anything that clearly should be redacted under the law. For example, the City will generally redact Social Security Numbers, tax records, and financial account numbers before records are made available to a requestor. Consultant may identify any materials Consultant believes to be not subject to release under the Public Records Act. City will not be bound by Consultant s determination of whether any particular record or records are legally exempt from release under the Public Records Act. If the City receives a public records request for records involving Consultant or Consultant s work product, City will release the records unless City determines that there are obvious exemptions or redactions (which City will make prior to release of the records). If City determines that there are exemptions that can be asserted only by Consultant, City will endeavor to notify Consultant and Consultant will be given ten days to obtain a Court order preventing the City from releasing the requested records. If no Court order is procured by Consultant, the City will release the requested records.

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DISPUTES. Any dispute or misunderstanding that may arise under this Agreement, concerning the Consultant s performance, shall first be through negotiations, if possible, between the Consultant s Project Manager and the City s Project Manager. It shall be referred to the Director and the Consultant s senior executive(s). If such officials do not agree upon a decision within a reasonable period of time, either party may decline or discontinue such discussions and may then pursue the legal means to resolve such disputes, including but not limited to mediation, arbitration and/or alternative dispute resolution processes. Nothing in this dispute process shall mitigate the rights of the City to terminate the Agreement. Notwithstanding all of the above, if the City believes in good faith that some portion of the Work has not been completed satisfactorily, the City may require the Consultant to correct such work prior to the City payment. The City will provide to the Consultant an explanation of the concern and the remedy that the City expects. The City may withhold from any payment otherwise due, an amount that the City in good faith finds to be under dispute, or if the Consultant provides no sufficient remedy, the City may retain the amount equal to the cost to the City for otherwise correcting or remedying the work not properly completed. Waiver of any of these rights is not deemed a future waiver of any such right or remedy available at law, contract or equity.

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24. TERMINATION. A. For Cause: The City or Consultant may terminate the Agreement if the other party is in

material breach of this Agreement, and such breach has not been corrected to the other party s reasonable satisfaction in a timely manner. Notice of termination under this Section shall be given by the party terminating this Agreement to the other, not fewer than thirty (30) business days prior to the effective date of termination.
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For Reasons Beyond Control of Parties: Either party may terminate this Agreement without recourse by the other where performance is rendered impossible or impracticable for reasons beyond such party s reasonable control, such as, but not limited to, an act of nature, war or warlike operation, civil commotion, riot, labor dispute including strike, walkout or lockout, except labor disputes involving the Consultant s own employees, sabotage, or superior governmental regulation or control. Notice of termination under this Section shall be given by the party terminating this Agreement to the other, not fewer than thirty (30) business days prior to the effective date of termination.

C. For City s Convenience: The City may terminate this Agreement without cause and including the City s convenience, upon written notice to the Consultant. Notice of termination under this Section shall be given by the party terminating this Agreement to the other, not fewer than ninety (90) business days prior to the effective date of termination.
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Actions upon Termination: if termination occurs not the fault of the Consultant, the Consultant shall be paid for the services properly performed prior to the actual termination date, with any reimbursable expenses then due, but such compensation shall not exceed the maximum compensation to be paid under the Agreement. The Consultant agrees this payment shall fully and adequately compensate the Consultant and all subconsultants for all profits, costs, expenses, losses, liabilities, damages, taxes and charges of any kind (whether foreseen or unforeseen) attributable to the termination of this Agreement.

E. Upon termination, the Consultant shall provide the City with the most current design documents, contract documents, writings and other products the Consultant has produced to termination, along with copies of all project-related correspondence and similar items. The City shall have the same rights to use these materials as if termination had not occurred; provided however, that the City shall indemnify and hold the Consultant harmless from any claims, losses, or damages to the extent caused by modifications made by the City to the Consultant s work product.

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EXPANSION FOR NEW WORK. This Agreement scope may be expanded for new work. Any expansion for New Work (work not specified within the original Scope of Work Section of this Agreement, and/or not specified in the original RFP as intended work for the Agreement) must comply with all the following limitations and requirements: (a) the New Work is not reasonable to solicit separately; (b) the New Work is for reasonable purpose; (c) the New Work was not reasonably known either the City or Consultant at time of contract or else was mentioned as a possibility in the solicitation (such as future phases of work, or a change in law); (d) the New Work is not significant enough to be reasonably regarded as an independent body of work; (e) the New Work would not have attracted a different field of competition; and (f) the change does not vary the essential identified or main purposes of the Agreement. The City may make exceptions for immaterial changes, emergency or sole source conditions, or other situations required in City opinion. Certain changes are not New Work subject to these limitations, such as additional phases of Work anticipated at the time of solicitation, time extensions, Work Orders issued on an On-Call contract, and similar. New Work must be mutually agreed and issued by the City through written Addenda. New Work performed before an authorizing Amendment may not be eligible for payment.

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26. MISCELLANEOUS PROVISIONS. A. Amendments: No modification of this Agreement shall be effective unless in writing and

signed by an authorized representative of each of the parties hereto. B. Binding Agreement: This Agreement shall not be binding until signed by both parties. The

provisions, covenants and conditions in this Agreement shall bind the parties, their legal heirs, representatives, successors and assigns.

C. Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA): Specific attention by the designer is required in association with the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) 42 U.S.C. 12101-12213 and 47 U.S.C. 225 and 611, its requirements, regulations, standards and guidelines, which were updated in 2010 and are effective and mandatory for all State and local government facilities and places of public accommodation for construction projects including alteration of existing facilities, as of March 15, 2012. The City advises that the requirements for accessibility under the ADA, may contain provisions that differ substantively from accessibility provisions in applicable State and City codes, and if the provisions of the ADA impose a greater or equal protection for the rights of individuals with disabilities or individuals associated with them than the adopted local codes, the ADA prevail unless approval for an exception is obtained by a formal documented process. Where local codes provide exceptions from accessibility requirements that differ from the ADA Standards; such exceptions may not be permitted for publicly owned facilities subject to Title II requirements unless the same exception exists in the Title II regulations. It is the responsibility of the designer to determine the code provisions.

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The Consultant, at no expense to the City, shall comply with all laws of the United States and Washington, the Charter and ordinances of the City of Spokane; and rules, regulations, orders and directives of their administrative agencies and officers. Without limiting the generality of this paragraph, the Consultant shall comply with the requirements of this Section.

E. This Agreement shall be construed and interpreted under the laws of Washington. The venue of any action brought shall be in the Superior Court of Spokane County.
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Remedies Cumulative: Rights under this Agreement are cumulative and nonexclusive of any other remedy of law or in equity.

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Captions: The titles of sections or subsections are for convenience only and do not define or limit the contents.

H.
Severability: If any term or provision is determined by a court of competent jurisdiction to be invalid or unenforceable, the remainder of this Agreement shall not be affected, and each term and provision shall be valid and enforceable to the fullest extent permitted by law.

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Waiver: No covenant, term or condition or the breach shall be deemed waived, except by written consent of the party against whom the waiver is claimed, and any waiver of the breach of any covenant, term or condition shall not be deemed a waiver of any preceding or succeeding breach of the same or any other covenant, term of condition. Neither the acceptance by the City of any performance by the Consultant after the time the same shall have become due nor payment to the Consultant for any portion of the Work shall constitute a waiver by the City of the breach or default of any covenant, term or condition unless otherwise expressly agreed to by the City in writing.

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Additional Provisions: This Agreement may be modified by additional terms and conditions ( Special Conditions ) which shall be attached to this Agreement as Exhibit D. The parties agree that the Special Conditions shall supplement the terms and conditions of the Agreement, and in the event of ambiguity or conflict with the terms and conditions of the Agreement, these Special Conditions shall govern.

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Entire Agreement: This document along with any exhibits and all attachments, and subsequently issued addenda, comprises the entire agreement between the City and the Consultant. If conflict occurs between contract documents and applicable laws, codes,

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ordinances or regulations, the most stringent or legally binding requirement shall govern and be considered a part of this contract to afford the City the maximum benefits.

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Negotiated Agreement: The parties acknowledge this is a negotiated agreement, that they have had this Agreement reviewed by their respective legal counsel, and that the terms and conditions of this Agreement are not to be construed against any party on the basis of such party s draftsmanship.

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No personal liability: No officer, agent or authorized employee of the City shall be personally responsible for any liability arising under this Contract, whether expressed or implied, nor for any statement or representation made or in any connection with this Agreement.

IN WITNESS WHEREOF, in consideration of the terms, conditions and covenants contained, or attached and incorporated and made a part, the parties have executed this Agreement by having legally-binding representatives affix their signatures below. ALTA SCIENCE ENGINEERING, INC. CITY OF SPOKANE By___________________________________ By_________________________________ Signature Date Signature Date

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Attachments: Exhibit A Debarment Certificate Exhibit B Alta s Proposal and Cost Estimate

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EXHIBIT A

CERTIFICATION REGARDING DEBARMENT, SUSPENSION, INELIGIBILITY AND VOLUNTARY EXCLUSION

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The undersigned (i.e., signatory for the Subrecipient / Contractor / Consultant) certifies, to the best of its

knowledge and belief, that it and its principals:
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Are not presently debarred, suspended, proposed for debarment, declared ineligible, or voluntarily excluded from covered transactions by any federal department or agency;

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Have not within a three-year period preceding this contract been convicted or had a civil judgment rendered against them for commission of fraud or a criminal offense in connection with obtaining, attempting to obtain, or performing a public (federal, state, or local) transaction or contract under a public transaction; violation of federal or state antitrust statutes or commission of embezzlement, theft, forgery, bribery, falsification or destruction of records, making false statements, tax evasion, receiving stolen property, making false claims, or obstruction of justice;

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Are not presently indicted or otherwise criminally or civilly charged by a government entity (federal, state, or local) with commission of any of the offenses enumerated in paragraph (1)(b) of this certification; and,

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Have not within a three-year period preceding this contract had one or more public transactions (federal, state, or local) terminated for cause or default.

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The undersigned agrees by signing this contract that it shall not knowingly enter into any lower tier covered

transaction with a person who is debarred, suspended, declared ineligible, or voluntarily excluded from participation in this covered transaction.
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The undersigned further agrees by signing this contract that it will include the following clause, without

modification, in all lower tier covered transactions and in all solicitations for lower tier covered transactions: Certification Regarding Debarment, Suspension, Ineligibility and Voluntary Exclusion Lower Tier Covered Transactions
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The lower tier contractor certified, by signing this contract that neither it nor its principals is

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presently debarred, suspended, proposed for debarment, declared ineligible, or voluntarily excluded from participation in this transaction by any federal department or agency.

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Where the lower tier contractor is unable to certify to any of the statements in this contract,

such contractor shall attach an explanation to this contract.
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The terms covered transaction, debarred, suspended, ineligible, lower tier covered transaction, person, primary covered transaction, principal, and voluntarily excluded, as used in this exhibit, have the meanings set out in the Definitions and Coverage sections of the rules implementing Executive Order 12549. The undersigned may contact the City for assistance in obtaining a copy of these regulations.

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I understand that a false statement of this certification may be grounds for termination of the contract.

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EXHIBIT B

2018 Alta Science and Engineering, Inc. Prepared for: City of Spokane, Washington Attention: Connie Wahl Teri Stripes

Alta Science Engineering, Inc. 505 Riverside Avenue, Suite 530 509-252-5021 Proposal Contact: john.means@alta-se.com (cell) 360-704-8477

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Proposal for: Hillyard Integrated Planning Services AE200-18

H i l l y a r d M a s t e r P l a n C o n c e p t u a l D r a w i n g H i l l y a r d I n t e g r a t e d P l a n n i n g S e r v i c e s R F P A E 2 0 0 - 1 8 2018 Alta Science and Engineering, Inc. ii

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Contents Section 1 Letter of Submittal..................................................................................................... iii Section 2 Technical Proposal ................................................................................................... 1

2.1 Project Approach/Methodology ................................................................................. 1 2.2 Work Plan ................................................................................................................. 2

2.2.1 Task 1: Remedial Investigation ..................................................................... 2 2.2.2 Task 2: Integrated Planning Activities ............................................................ 4 2.2.3 Task 3: Engineering Design .......................................................................... 5 2.2.4 Task 4: Feasibility Study ............................................................................... 6

2.3 Project Schedule ...................................................................................................... 8 2.4 Deliverables .............................................................................................................. 9 Section 3 Management Proposal .............................................................................................10 3.1 Project Management ................................................................................................10 3.1.1 Project Team Structure/Internal Controls......................................................11 3.1.2 Scope, Budget, and Schedule Control ..........................................................12 3.1.3 Communication ............................................................................................12 3.1.4 Cost Estimating ............................................................................................13 3.1.5 Quality Control Processes for Plans, Specifications, and Construction .........13 3.1.6 Health and Safety .........................................................................................14
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3.2 Staff Qualifications/Experience ................................................................................14 3.3 Experience of the Firm .............................................................................................17

3.3.1 Experience of the Team in the Key Project Areas ........................................18 3.3.2 Relevant Project Experience of the Team ....................................................18 3.3.3 Hillyard Redevelopment Master Plan Spokane, WA ...................................20 3.3.4 KVFR RI/FS, Remediation, Fire Station Development Project Ellensburg,
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Washington ..................................................................................................21 3.3.5 City of Spokane University District Integrated Plan Spokane, WA ..............22 3.3.6 City of Ellensburg Brownfields Area Wide Assessment Project Ellensburg,

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Washington ..................................................................................................22 3.3.7 Lower Grand Employment Area Action Plan Vancouver, WA ......................23 3.3.8 IDEQ Brownfields Response Program Idaho ..............................................23 3.3.9 City of Moscow Brownfields Area Wide Assessment Project Moscow, ID ...24 3.3.10 Pend d Oreille Bay Trail Area Wide Assessment Project Ponderay, ID .......25 3.3.11 Katerra Cross-Laminated-timber Factory Spokane Valley, WA ..................26

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3.4 References ..............................................................................................................27 3.5 Related Information .................................................................................................27

Attachment A - Resumes ..........................................................................................................28

Moscow Office 220 East Fifth Street Suite 325 Moscow, Idaho 83843 208-882-7858

Kellogg Office 1220 Big Creek Road Suite A Kellogg, Idaho 83837 208-786-1206 Boise Office 988 South Longmont Avenue Suite 200 Boise, Idaho 83706 208-336-7080 alta-se.com Spokane Office 505 Riverside Avenue Suite 530 Spokane, Washington 99201 509-252-5021 Teri Stripes City of Spokane 808 W. Spokane Falls Blvd Spokane, Washington 99201

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Subject: Letter of Submittal, Hillyard Integrated Planning Services Request for Proposals AE200-18

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Dear Ms. Stripes:

The Hillyard Integrated Planning Grant is a unique opportunity to capitalize on the Hillyard Industrial Brownfield Redevelopment Opportunity Zone status for a positive change to this piece of Spokane s landscape. Alta Science and Engineering, Inc. (Alta) has joined forces with Maul Foster Alongi (MFA) as our proposed premier Brownfield s team for your project. The Alta MFA team is committed to partnering with the City of Spokane to make the Hillyard Plan come to life. Alta and MFA recognize the benefits to the City through partnerships and a forward-looking planning approach. That is why we joined forces for this project and agree that working together is the best strategy to create a Plan that aligns to the City s strategic goals. Given our depth of understanding and experience with Ecology s Integrated Planning Grant Program and experience in the Spokane area this team firmly believes that we can provide the best possible value and product to the city. Alta brings a 34 year history of successful contaminated site redevelopment and a positive working relationship with the Washington State Department of Ecology. MFA brings contemporary planning expertise along with a rigorous understanding of local stormwater objectives. Together our firms provide you with continuity and experience to convert the Ranch into a model site for the City.
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Alta is the proposed prime for the consultant team. The legal status of Alta is a registered s-corporation in good standing with the Secretary of State. We will run the project out of Alta s Spokane office located in the Fernwell building at 505 Riverside, Suite 530. Alta s principal place of business (corporate office) is located at:

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Alta Corporate Office 220 East Fifth Street, Suite 325 Moscow, Idaho 83843 Phone: (208) 882-7858 Fax: (208) 883-3785

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hereby attest that no current or former City employees are employed by or on the governing boards of either Alta or MFA as of the date of the Proposal or during the previous twelve (12) months. Alta will comply with all terms and conditions set forth in the Request for Proposals, unless otherwise mutually agreed to by the City. If you need additional information or have any questions regarding our materials, please contact me directly at derek.forseth@alta-se.com or (208) 882-7858 or Alta s Project Manager John Means at john.means@alta-se.com or (208) 336-7080.

Sincerely, Derek Forseth, P.E. Chief Executive Officer Enclosures[s] H i l l y a r d I n t e g r a t e d P l a n n i n g S e r v i c e s R F P A E 2 0 0 - 1 8 2018 Alta Science and Engineering, Inc. Page 1 Section 2 Technical Proposal This section provides the approach and methodology as requested in the RFP. The Tasks are presented in the order outlined in the RFP to facilitate the City of Spokane (City) proposal evaluation. Alta and MFA teamed to provide the City with tailored expertise specific to the needs of this project. Our team leverages the best-of-the-best technical skills from two firms and puts one of the most experienced Brownfield Project Managers at the helm of the team. Alta is the prime contractor and will manage the project. In a technical capacity, Alta will focus on the Remedial Investigation and Feasibility Study (RI/FS). MFA will focus on Planning and Civil Engineering. 2.1 Project Approach/Methodology The City of Spokane and Northeast Public Development Authority (NEPDA) have made great progress in their shared effort to revitalize the Hillyard industrial area (The YARD). They have conducted a series of studies and plans to understand the challenges to redevelopment in The YARD and to identify actions to achieve the vision articulated in the NEPDA s 2012 Strategic Plan: The YARD will be home to an array of commercial and industrial businesses, providing quality employment and economic opportunity to residents in the region, and quality housing for area workers. The City s road maintenance facility, referred to as The Ranch, was identified in The YARD Master Redevelopment as a Catalyst site for redevelopment. The property presents an opportunity for economic development through construction of buildings to support businesses as well as the potential to create a regional stormwater facility to address the lack of infrastructure that constrains development throughout The YARD. The Ranch property also has the potential to serve as a valuable asset to generate revenue to support the NEPDA and City s revitalization efforts. In order to support any redevelopment of the Ranch, suspected environmental impacts will need to be remediated. To facilitated cleanup and redevelopment, the City has designated the Ranch as a Brownfield Redevelopment Opportunity Zone. The Integrated Planning Grant provides resources to address the economic, infrastructure, and environmental issues associated with the Ranch . This project will be a key transition from planning to implementation of cleanup and redevelopment of the Ranch and surrounding properties. Our approach to conducting the scope of work in the Integrated Planning Grant will be based on the following principles: Define Path to Environmental Regulatory Closure. The remedial investigation and feasibility study will define the environmental concerns with the Ranch property and identify cost-effective solutions to remediate the site in coordination with redevelopment.

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Leverage Partnerships. The NEPDA board and local businesses and real estate professionals have been very involved and invested in the success of redevelopment in the YARD. These partners will be key players in implementing the actions developed in the integrated plan. The productivity and effectiveness of these partners can be maximized through providing clear expectations, concise and thorough briefing materials, and adroit facilitation that frames questions and directs discussion in a productive way.

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Build on the Foundation of Previous Work. Previous studies have laid a solid foundation for this project including assessment of existing infrastructure, assessment of economic trends, inventory and assessment of brownfields, and engagement of

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Based on our experience with prior Integrated Planning Grants, we have prepared a work plan that conducts multiple tasks in parallel. (see Project Schedule, Section 2.3). This reduces the likelihood of rework and ensures that tasks fit together seamlessly in the final product. Our proposed sequencing of the tasks will drive collaboration between the Planners and Engineering team members improving the outcomes.

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2.2.1 Task 1: Remedial Investigation Alta will perform the RI according to the requirements in WAC 173-340-350 to collect and evaluate sufficient information to fully characterize the nature and extent of contamination at the Site (the two properties owned by the City) and nearby properties. When appropriate, site characterization activities will be integrated with the development and evaluation of cleanup alternatives in the FS (described in Section 2.2.4) and with Task 2 Geotechnical boring and/or test pitting (described in Section 2.2.2.2). The RI will consist of the following elements:

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Review of Previous Work/Site History Review/Preliminary Conceptual Site Model Field Investigation Conceptual Site Model Cleanup Standards Summary Report

Upon review of the Phase I Environmental Site Assessment (ESA; MFA, 2014) and any other available Site historical information, Alta will develop the preliminary conceptual site model (CSM). The CSM will discuss contaminant occurrence, release, fate and transport, exposure pathways, and potential receptors. Site-specific risks, hazards, and concerns based on the described contamination will be addressed in light of local hydrology/hydrogeology, current and future Site usage, and future receptors. Alta will develop the RI/FS Work Plan and Quality Assurance Project Plan (QAPP) to evaluate the preliminary CSM. The Work Plan and QAPP will be submitted to Ecology for review and comment, and will be revised if necessary for agency approval. Upon approval, Alta will coordinate the field investigation with the City, Ecology, and property owners.
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2.2.1.1 Field Investigation The Ground Penetrating Radar (GPR) survey and geotechnical investigation will provide information necessary for both the RI/FS and the stormwater engineering analysis. The GPR survey will be conducted to detect the presence of USTs, identify any other underground

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Discrete soil samples from the road paint container area on the south edge of Building F to be analyzed for VOCs and PCBs.

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Discrete soil samples from the former PCB-transformer storage area to be analyzed for PCBs and NWTPH.

Discrete soil samples from at least three locations to be analyzed for NWTPH and lead, with potential follow-up analyses based on the initial screening results.

Discrete soil sampling from the galvanized pole storage location to be analyzed for metals (Al, Cu, Fe, Pb, and Zn).

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Discrete soil samples from the drywells referenced in the Phase I ESA. Analytical parameters will be based on proximity of drywell to potential Site sources of contamination.

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2.2.1.2 Conceptual Site Model (CSM) The Team will develop the preliminary CSM to drive the RI approach collaboratively with Ecology and the City to ensure buy-in. The CSM will evolve as needed based upon the analytical results of the field investigation. The revised CSM will inform the cleanup standards for the Site.

2.2.1.3 Cleanup Standards Appropriate MTCA cleanup levels will be proposed for the Site based on the risks and exposure pathways identified in the CSM to be consistent with future plans for the Site. If mixed MTCA cleanup levels are proposed, rationale will be given to justify the decision. A Terrestrial Ecological Evaluation (TEE) will be conducted to justify proposed cleanup levels, unless the Site qualifies for an exclusion under WAC 173-340-7491.

2.2.1.4 RI Summary Report The City will receive a report that puts the current site conditions into full context. The report will summarize the Site history and usage, previous investigations, the RI field investigation, and analytical results. The report will update the CSM based on the results of the field investigation. COCs that exceed proposed cleanup levels will be identified and benchmarked against cleanup levels providing the City with a resource for discussion cleanup needs with stakeholders. Recommendations in the summary report will include a list of potential cleanup actions to be evaluated in the FS and any recommended interim actions or institutional controls to limit risk and exposure prior to initiation of the cleanup process.
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2.2.2 Task 2: Integrated Planning Activities The integrated planning task will build on and advance the concepts developed for the Ranch Property in The YARD Redevelopment Master Plan to optimize the public and economic benefit of the asset. This task will be informed by the environmental assessment of Task 1 and support the engineering design and feasibility study of Tasks 3 and 4. Key elements of this task will include community engagement, site analysis, and economic analysis.

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2.2.2.1 Community Engagement Our recipe for successful community engagement is to have our consultant team engaged with the City, the City engaged with our consultant team, and the City-Consultant team engaged with the community. The City and NEPDA have developed relationships with local businesses and property owners. The City is on the front line of community engagement every day. Our job is to arm you with accurate technical information and provide our counsel as Brownfields experts. The Hillyard project is a tremendous opportunity to strengthen community engagement, and perhaps more importantly, earn a deeper level trust from the community by delivering an excellent product. Community engagement activities will continue to expand those efforts and utilize approaches that have proven to be effective in this community. As part of the project, we will prepare a community involvement plan in collaboration with City staff. The community involvement plan is likely to include:

Regular interfacings with the NEPDA board to share information and solicit their input and guidance as representatives of public and private parties in The Yard.
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Personal contact through research interviews with businesses and land owners in the vicinity of the Ranch property to listen to their concerns and solicit their feedback on infrastructure and site improvement concepts.

Luncheons and facilitated meetings with business and property owners in The Yard. H i l l y a r d I n t e g r a t e d P l a n n i n g S e r v i c e s R F P A E 2 0 0 - 1 8 2018 Alta Science and Engineering, Inc. Page 5 Keeping an active social media presence by posting information on the City website and giving real-time updates through the City s social media channels.
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2.2.2.2 Site Analysis Alta recommends the City consider a set of technical studies of the Ranch property and surrounding to support redevelopment design. These studies include:

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Geotechnical evaluation - to assess soil infiltration rates for stormwater management purposes and provide recommendations on foundation design of any future buildings

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Cultural resources assessment - to evaluate the potential to impact protected historic or archaeological resources in compliance with Executive Order 05-05 and state and federal laws

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Critical areas review - to evaluate whether any protected critical areas (in addition to the sole source aquifer) occur on the property or in the immediate vicinity

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Topographic survey - if existing topographic data is determined to be insufficient for design purposes.

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2.2.2.3 Economic Analysis The economic analysis will be tailored to answer several key questions for the City and NEPDA:

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What is the financial feasibility of the Makers Space Concept Plan? The Team will update the financial model for catalyst site development prepared for The YARD to evaluate the financial feasibility of the Makers space concept plan for the Ranch property.

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What is the revenue generating potential of the Ranch property? The Team will research comparable sales and leases to inform a financial model that evaluates the potential revenue the Ranch may generate for the City or NEPDA through lease or sale.

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What is the economic benefit of a regional stormwater system? Using a pro forma model, the Team will evaluate the effect on development economics that a regional or distributed stormwater system has on a prototypical site in The Yard rather than meeting standard on-site stormwater quantity management requirements. This information will be useful to the City in evaluating an appropriate fee structure for a regional stormwater system and the impact it may have on encouraging new development. This analysis will also educate land owners and developers of the potential benefits of a regional stormwater system on property in The YARD.

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2.2.3 Task 3: Engineering Design The focus of this task is to prepare design documents and cost estimates for stormwater management strategies that align to the long-term reuse vision for the site. The lack of stormwater infrastructure in The YARD is a development constraint. The relatively small size of most properties in the YARD is further constrained by requirements to manage stormwater on site. The Redevelopment Master Plan identified development of off-site stormwater management facilities as a key project priority to support economic development. This task will involve the following steps:

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Basin analysis Based on topography, determine the catchment basin that could be served by gravity flow to a regional stormwater facility. Estimate the buildout capacity system and potential volume of stormwater runoff that would need management.

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Evaluation of alternatives Evaluate potential green/low impact development BMP options that could be applied in the catchment basin. This is expected to include infiltration in a large facility or in multiple smaller facilities distributed across some portions of City rights-of-way, as well as the potential for capture and reuse for irrigation.

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Conceptual design and cost estimating Develop design concepts for the stormwater management alternatives in sufficient detail to evaluate feasibility constraints and support cost estimates. Prepare cost estimates for each alternative along with calculations of cost per acre of impervious surface in addition to other metrics on an area and/or volume basis.

Engineering Design Report Prepare a report describing the stormwater reduction, treatment and mitigation system alternatives, estimated effectiveness, and the estimated 25-year life cycle capital costs. Hillyard Stormwater Management Alternatives Memorandum Summarize the work completed, review selected alternatives, and provide costs to private and public entities.

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2.2.4 Task 4: Feasibility Study The Feasibility Study sets the ultimate direction for future site use. Task 4 is an important part of the project because this is the point in the project where certain ideas are left to die, and viable alternatives come to life. The cleanup alternatives evaluated in the FS will be informed by the site redevelopment planning to allow for consideration of synergies between remediation and redevelopment. Alta will perform a FS according to the requirements in WAC 173-340-350 to develop and evaluate cleanup action alternatives in order to enable selection of the optimal cleanup action. The FS process will be performed objectively and will not favor preconceived remedies. This FS will include the following:

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Development of remedial action alternatives Detailed evaluation and selection of alternative Disproportionate cost analysis (DCA) Remedy selection

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2.2.4.1 Remedial Action Alternatives Cleanup objectives in compliance with MTCA regulations will be stated and described. A minimum of three remedial action alternatives will be proposed for evaluation. Alternatives will include no action, an alternative with a standard point of compliance, and at least one permanent alternative. Alternatives that do not meet the minimum requirements of WAC 173-340-360, or those which do not pass the DCA described in WAC 173-340-360(3)(e), will not be considered.

2.2.4.2 Detailed Evaluation and Selection of Alternatives All alternatives will meet the criteria listed below, meet threshold requirements, and employ permanent solutions to the maximum extent practicable. Our Team will work closely with City staff and Ecology to ensure alternatives are well vetted prior to finalization.
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Protect Human Health and the Environment - Alternatives will be scored based on the degree that each alternative reduces risk and exposure, the estimated length of time to meet the cleanup standards, and the degree of risk (both on-Site and off) posed by the cleanup action.

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Comply with Cleanup Standards - Compliance with WAC 173-340-700 through 173-340- 760 will be demonstrated.

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Comply with Applicable Local, State, and Federal Laws - We will carefully evaluate and coordinate with the City and Ecology on each alternative to ensure compliance with all applicable or relevant and appropriate requirements (ARARs).

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Provide for Compliance Monitoring - The Team will identify environmental monitoring necessary to establish or verify compliance with the ARARs discussed in Section 2.2.4.3.3 for each alternative. This includes media, frequency, and COCs.

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Reasonable Restoration Time Frame - The Team will estimate restoration time frame for each alternative using the reasonableness criteria outlined in WAC 173-340-360(4).

2.2.4.3 DCA Ranking Criteria The Team will use the Disproportionate Cost Analysis (DCA) process to rank each alternative from most to least permanent, based on the following criteria: Protectiveness Permanence Cost Long-Term Effectiveness Short-Term Risk Implementability Consideration of Public Concerns

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2.2.4.4 Remedy Selection Based on the results of the ranking from Section 2.2.4.3, we will work with the City and Ecology to select a technically sound preferred alternative. This will include a discussion of compliance and expectations specified in WAC 173-340-370 (Expectations for Cleanup Action Alternatives) and a description of how public concerns will be addressed.

2.2.4.5 Feasibility Report The Feasibility Report is going to influence the future direction for the site. It is an important document. Our Report will be a roadmap for the City tying together the environmental and infrastructure concerns and identifying the most viable alternative while backing up how the recommended alternative was reached. Alta will prepare a report describing the selection of alternatives, scoring, and ranking for each component in Section 2.2.4.2 by the DCA criteria, and the selection of the recommended alternative. The report will be submitted to the City for client review and comment prior to submittal to Ecology.
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2.2.4.6 Implementation Strategy As a final capstone to the project, we will prepare an Implementation Strategy that synthesizes the findings of the RI/FS and the Planning and Engineering tasks. The implementation strategy will provide recommendations on future use, remediation, and disposition of the Ranch property. The implementation strategy will identify potential funding sources, responsibilities of project partners, and schedule for next steps.

H i l l y a r d I n t e g r a t e d P l a n n i n g S e r v i c e s R F P A E 2 0 0 - 1 8 2018 Alta Science and Engineering, Inc. Page 8 2.3 Project Schedule H i l l y a r d I n t e g r a t e d P l a n n i n g S e r v i c e s R F P A E 2 0 0 - 1 8 2018 Alta Science and Engineering, Inc. Page 9 2.4 Deliverables Section 2.3 provides the estimated deliverable schedule. Brief descriptions for deliverables under each Task are provided below. Project Task Deliverable Description Task 1. Remedial Investigation Report Key deliverables of this task include: geophysical survey, topographic mapping and high resolution aerial photography, review of previous work/site history, RI/FS work plan and quality assurance project plan (QAPP), draft conceptual site model (CSM) and appropriate cleanup standards, field investigation and summary data report.

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Task 2. Updated Conceptual Site Plan Key deliverables of this task will include: public engagement, site analysis, and economic analysis.

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Task 3. Memorandum of Engineering Design Alternative and Associated Cost Analysis

Key deliverables of this task include: catchment basin analysis, evaluation of best management practices for stormwater management, conceptual design and cost estimating, engineering design report and stormwater management alternatives memorandum. Task 4. Feasibility Study Key deliverables of this task include: development of remedial action alternatives, detailed evaluation and selection alternatives, disproportionate cost analysis (DCA) and the preferred Remedy selection. Alta will consult with ecology to obtain concurrence with the preferred remedy. H i l l y a r d I n t e g r a t e d P l a n n i n g S e r v i c e s R F P A E 2 0 0 - 1 8 2018 Alta Science and Engineering, Inc. Page 10 Section 3 Management Proposal 3.1 Project Management The following section provides the Alta s Project Team Structure and our Internal Controls to ensure success of this project as outlined within the RFP. Figure 1 provides the organizational chart for key staff. Appendix A includes Key Staff resumes, and Section 3.1.2 provides brief staff biographies. Table 1 provides the estimated percentage of time for key staff on the project.
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Figure 1. Proposed Organizational Chart

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Table 1. Key Staff estimate of time assigned to the project.

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PROJECT MANAGEMENT 11 John Means, MES 10 Susan Spalinger, MS 1 REMEDIAL INVESTIGATION / FEASIBILITY STUDY 36 Bernard Kronschnabel, PE 20 Dr. Robin Nimmer, LG 6 Jon Munkers MS, MBA 1 Sarah Weppner, MS 5 Darrel Ramus, PLS, GISP 1 Jennifer Gilley, GISP 2 Erin Radford, Licensed Pilot 1 PLANNING ENGINEERING 43 Michael Stringer, AICP 10 Kyle Cotten, PE 10 Matt Hoffman, MS 10 Lauren Wirtis, MA 10 Derek Forseth, PE 3 Total Key Staff 90 Other staff as needed 10 Total 100

3.1.1 Project Team Structure/Internal Controls Figure 1 illustrates the simple structural approach of our team. The Alta Team provides the City with three key technical staff with direct long-term experience with the Hillyard project. These are the people you will work with most during the project. All bring decades of related experience and specific knowledge of the project as well as relationships with the City, Ecology, and other stakeholders. John Means spent almost a decade running the Brownfields program for Ecology prior to joining Alta more than 4 years ago. While at Ecology, John developed the Integrated Planning Grant (IPG) program that is funding this project and oversaw the completion of more than 24 IPG projects. John will serve as the Project Manager and primary contact. John knows the program, knows the people, and knows the path to success for IPG projects. While at Alta, John supported the City with the grant application for this project. He knows the grant inside and out. John worked shoulder to shoulder with Michael Stringer of MFA for more than a decade on similar IPG projects. Michael Stringer previously worked on the The YARD Redevelopment Master Plan and brings a strong understanding of the Hillyard area history. His knowledge of the economic struggle after the closure of the railyard along with the development opportunities presented by the construction of the North Spokane Corridor will provide valuable during the planning and outreach phases of this project. Michael has developed trust with the local stakeholders that translates to effective public engagement and communication. Kyle Cotten will continue to bring continuity to the stormwater understanding and linkage to landuse planning for the area. Bernard (BJ) Kronschnabel brings a local understanding of MTCA and strong working relationship with local Ecology staff and the City to the RI/FS component of this project. BJ is H i l l y a r d I n t e g r a t e d P l a n n i n g S e r v i c e s R F P A E 2 0 0 - 1 8 2018 Alta Science and Engineering, Inc. Page 12 located in Alta's downtown Spokane office, minutes from the City staff, project area, and Ecology and is dedicated to the success of this project. This team understands the goals, priorities, and project challenges for this project. Together we are ready today to hit the ground running to provide the City with:

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team selected with the direct Hillyard experience, background knowledge, and IPG process understanding,

Well established working relationships needed with stakeholders for efficient and effective completion of tasks, and The personal commitment of our owners and principals to ensure you have the highest level of responsiveness and expertise available for this project at all times. 3.1.2 Scope, Budget, and Schedule Control Effective control of a project's scope, schedule, and budget is fundamental to achieving success. Understanding and managing the interrelationship of these three elements helps control costs and avoid delays. Alta organizes tasks, manages the level of effort, develops and monitors a critical-path schedule, and compares actual costs to planned costs at key milestones. Our accounting/project management tools and software provide real-time critical budget and schedule information to project managers and clients. Alta provides Earned-Value project reporting on a monthly basis as a method of measuring performance and progress. Alta s size also allows for responsiveness and flexibility with staff and resources that translates into effective budget and schedule management. In addition, Alta and MFA have more than 8 years of experience working together and our systems are already set up for efficient invoicing and tracking of our prime and sub-contractor relationship.

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3.1.3 Communication Effective communication with the City, sub-contractors, and stakeholders is the priority management objective. Alta s communication plan is designed to keep everyone on the project team current and informed. Project kickoff meetings will set the stage for each task. Written project management plans with the scope, schedule, and budget will be provided to all team members. Communication will occur as face-to-face meetings, regular phone calls, project status meetings, and email correspondence. Schedules will be prepared in Gantt chart format for simple tracking. The City should expect regular reporting from us. Invoices will have detailed supporting information with Earned-Value reporting. Deviations in scope will be discussed with the City Project Manager for authorization prior to performing the work to avoid any contract issues. John Means, will be responsible for working directly with the City and will be responsible for overall contract success. Susan Spalinger will serve as Principal-in-Charge and be responsible for Quality Control. Jon Munkers, an Alta Principal, will assume a role of Assistant Program Manager and be John s backup, if necessary.

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3.1.4 Cost Estimating Cost estimating requires experience and knowledge of the local environment. Textbook values and RS Means reference guides with Engineering News Records CCI indexes are often insufficiently accurate for this type of work. There is no substitute for having the volume of cost estimating experience and resources our team provides. Alta s approach to cost estimating begins with our Program Manager working directly with the City in an open and transparent process. Estimated project costs are developed using a clearly identified scope of work. John will work with the technical team in each phase of the project. The Team will compile and analyze data on all of the factors that can influence project costs, such as materials, labor, location, laboratories and other sub-contractors, and special equipment requirements, including computer hardware and software. Risks are identified for uncertainties so appropriate contingencies can be presented. Alta has a solid track record of estimating construction costs for engineering projects. In looking at 12 recent projects that ranged in size from 12,000 to 2,200,000, the standard deviation of Alta s estimate from the average winning bid came within 0.98. Our estimate on one noteworthy project was within 351 of the contractor s bid, resulting in our client thanking us for a high degree of competency in our cost estimating.

3.1.5 Quality Control Processes for Plans, Specifications, and Construction

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All deliverables undergo a rigorous Quality Control (QC) review. Principals and Subject Matter Experts (SME) review all reports and major design packages in order to reduce risk. Fundamentally, we believe it is essential to start by having the right people assigned to the job, and the QC process helps to polish the final result. Alta s engineering designs are developed under the Responsible Charge of licensed Professional Engineers. We achieve Quality Assurance through standard processes and guidelines, including Drafting Standards, Cost Estimating Templates, and Standardized Support Technology, including AutoCAD Civil 3D. We streamline the development of QC plans by leveraging templates and web-based access to contract management procedures; QC is achieved through peer-reviews and internal project reviews. The objectives of our QC reviews are to ensure projects are completed efficiently and that the City s risks are minimized. Our senior personnel systematically review all calculations, the basis for design documents, and design packages (i.e., Plan, Specification, and Estimate [PS E] process). Additionally, one effective QC measure that Alta commonly uses is to call upon experts for independent project reviews. We are able to draw from our team s panel of SMEs for uniquely sophisticated and innovative designs. All calculations are back-checked by an equally competent peer. Design drawings are checked using Alta s drawing review checklist that includes accuracy and precision metrics. Our

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Figure 2 Project cost estimate comparison for last 12 projects

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processes start with standardization for consistency and end with the critical reviews of our most experienced professionals. We implement stringent procedures for constructability reviews of conceptual designs and draft design decisions. We plan for and execute review of draft plans and design concepts by senior engineers, field professionals, senior construction staff, and relevant specialized contractors/vendors to ensure plans are pragmatic, field constructible, and implementable.

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3.1.6 Health and Safety Our employees matter most, and Alta s Management is committed to preventing injuries and maintaining a safe and healthy work environment. Alta has never had a lost-time incident and our Experience Modification Rate (EMR) is currently 0.8. Our goal is to ensure that we practice safety in all that we do, and that all employees feel comfortable in raising concerns. We believe it is important that each employee understands how to perform their work in a safe way and is trusted to use common sense.

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3.2 Staff Qualifications/Experience

The following section provides brief biographies of key committed staff for this project. These are the people you will work with and who will be performing the assigned work. Figure 1 illustrates the organizational chart for the project. Table 1 provides the percentage of projected time for each key staff member on the project. Appendix A includes more detailed resumes that include additional skills related to this project, education, experience, and significant accomplishments. John Means, MES, B.A., Project Manager, is the proposed Project Manager. He guides clients through the IPG planning, assessment, cleanup, and redevelopment process. John has 25 years of project management experience in the environmental and heavy industrial sectors where he has been responsible for project financial pro forma development and budget oversight, work plans, scheduling, construction bid specifications, cost estimates, and management of professional and contractor services. Prior to joining Alta, John served as Senior Program Manager directing the Washington State Department of Ecology Brownfields 128(a) Program. John s experience includes working closely with state regulatory staff, Region 10 EPA staff, consultants, municipalities, and private developers on hundreds of brownfields sites. John s experience includes leading Brownfields workshops, conferences, and presentations at the regional and national level. John has effectively built close-knit client/regulator teams to guide projects through complex regulatory and economic conditions. John was the Project Manager and conceptual architect of a multi-year Strategic Brownfields Policy Initiative that resulted in omnibus legislation to amend the state of Washington Model Toxics Control Act (MTCA). John was lead policy advisor for administrative code rulemaking and guidance to implement the legislation. John will use his experience with EPA, state programs, and Brownfields grants and sites on every element of this project. John is recognized as a Brownfields expert and has presented at hundreds of Brownfield conferences and forums. Most recently, he recently presented on Brownfields topics at the September 20, 2018, Northwest Remediation conference in Tacoma as well as the September 18, 2018, Brownfields forum in Yakima. John serves on the board of directors for the Northwest Environmental Business Council (NEBC) connecting hundreds of environmental businesses, industry, and the regulatory community. Susan Spalinger, M.S., B.S., Principal Human Health Risk Assessor, is an environmental scientist with more than 20 years of experience specializing in human health risk and exposure assessment on contaminated properties in support of evaluating remedial strategies into H i l l y a r d I n t e g r a t e d P l a n n i n g S e r v i c e s R F P A E 2 0 0 - 1 8 2018 Alta Science and Engineering, Inc. Page 15 redevelopment. She specializes in metals-contaminated sites, site characterization and sampling, statistical data analysis, data management, data verification and validation, and remedy effectiveness monitoring and evaluation. Her experience extends from small RI/FS projects to some of the nation s largest CERCLA sites. Ms. Spalinger has managed a multi-million-dollar, multi-year sampling and cleanup program in the Silver Valley and has managed or contributed to a number of environmental site investigations, risk evaluations, and site cleanup actions. As an Alta Principal, Susan oversees site investigation and cleanup projects involving risk evaluations (following EPA and MTCA guidance) and risk-based decision making as part of the redevelopment process. Michael Stringer, AICP, M.S., Principal Planner, specializes in urban and environmental planning projects that integrate the perspectives of different technical disciplines and engage community stakeholders to create land use plans built on economic feasibility, consensus, and sustainability. He has excellent organization skills and experience with efficiently using public resources and engaging community input to position properties for redevelopment. Michael brings extensive knowledge of previous studies and plans in The YARD and has provided creative solutions to support redevelopment efforts. He was the project manager for the The YARD Redevelopment Master Plan and the Phase I Environmental Site Assessment for the Ranch Property. He was the senior planner for the Heavy Freight User Analysis and the NEPDA Brownfield Business Plan. He also prepared the analysis that support designation of the Ranch as a Brownfield Redevelopment Opportunity Zone. Bernard (BJ) Kronschnabel, P.E., M.S., Chemical Engineer, is an environmental engineer, scientist, and project manager with over 17 years of RI/FS experience. He has completed/managed numerous RI/FS projects, environmental investigations, remediation actions, and site closure investigations using MTCA methods in Washington. BJ will lead the RI/FS Tasks under this projects and work closely with local Ecology staff, the City, and Stakeholders to ensure efficient and effective methods of investigation and subsequent evaluation of remedial alternatives. Mr. Kronschnabel lives in Spokane and is based out of Alta s Spokane office, minutes from the Hillyard area, Ecology, and City staff. His experience also includes coordinating, managing, and conducting large surface water quality and storm water monitoring programs. BJ s has previously managed projects for the U.S. Bureau of Reclamation (USBR) and USFS, Spokane International Airport, and the City of Spokane. Derek Forseth, P.E., B.S., Principal Engineer, is an Alta Principal Engineer/CEO and also leads the infrastructure and civil engineering group. Derek brings 20 years of experience in municipal engineering, including development of master plans with an emphasis on redevelopment, along with storm water, sanitary, and combined sewer collection systems planning, analysis, and design for municipal and private owners in the northwest. He led the feasibility and design for the remediation at the Bayhorse Park Development Project as well as the Priest River Landfill Closure Project. His designs helped to transform these sites both into community parks. Mr. Forseth excels in hydrology and hydraulic modeling and plays a significant role in the analysis and design of several multi-million-dollar storm water and sewer relief and reconstruction projects. Derek is experienced in bringing projects from inception through to construction. He leads the completion of National Pollutant Discharge Elimination System (NPDES) permits, evaluates abatements, participates in pre-construction bid meetings, works with stakeholders, and provides down-to-earth technical support communication at public meetings. Kyle Cotten, P.E., B.S., Civil Engineer, brings specific stormwater expertise to this project. Kyle led the infrastructure assessment, utility demand modeling and concept designs for The YARD H i l l y a r d I n t e g r a t e d P l a n n i n g S e r v i c e s R F P A E 2 0 0 - 1 8 2018 Alta Science and Engineering, Inc. Page 16 Redevelopment Master Plan, the Heavy Freight User Analysis, and the NEPDA Brownfield Business Plan. Kyle will lead the storm water elements of this project. Kyle has supplied concept, design, and oversight in the municipal, commercial, residential, and industrial sectors over the last decade. His experience includes civil site design as well as planning and design for water, sewer, and stormwater utilities. Matt Hoffman, M.S., Senior Planner, brings 15 years of experience advising public and private clients on real estate matters related to land use planning, development economics, and real estate strategy including performing the market assessment and redevelopment prioritization strategy for the YARD Redevelopment Master Plan. This expertise, coupled with his technical dexterity, environmental science background, and public engagement experience are instrumental to providing actionable guidance on predevelopment feasibility and alternatives analysis, property and portfolio valuation, market analysis, site search and property due diligence, and acquisitions and dispositions. Lauren Wirtis, M.A., B.A., Staff Planner, specializes in effective and collaborative engagement with community stakeholders in land-use and strategic planning. Additionally, she brings a diverse technical skill set, including environmental planning and graphic design. Through her work on a variety of planning projects, she has created community involvement plans, facilitated collaborative workshops, conducted stakeholder interviews, designed surveys, and prepared many types of communications materials including websites, blogs, press releases, fact sheets, and posters. Jon Munkers, M.B.A., M.S., B.S., Principal Scientist, has managed more than 100 large and small RI/FS projects and many other Phase I and II ESAs throughout the northwest. Jon has presented his work at both the national and regional Redevelopment conferences and has strong relationships within the Brownfields community. Dating back to 2003, Jon led a roundtable discussion titled Brownfields on Tribal Lands at the national Brownfields conference. Jon s experience with the Brownfields process extends from grant development through to site remediation and redevelopment. He has experience developing feasibility assessment reports, design, and remediation processes. Jon also has experience working with agencies, developers, and landowners during the assessment via public meetings and outreach activities. Jon s success includes writing a number of federal grants selected for funding from federal agencies, such as the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD) and EPA, totaling more than 500,000. He received an award from the Idaho Business Review for being a leader within the environmental industry. Brownfields projects take a balanced approach and has a strong business and economics background to mesh with his scientific expertise that provide clients the balanced experience needed to take their projects from start to finish. We are confident he will do the same for this project. Robin Nimmer, L.G., Ph.D., M.S., B.S., Hydrogeologist, has a wide range of experience in RI/FS projects, especially focused on the hydrology and geology. She has managed a variety of soil, vapor, surface water, and groundwater site investigations from the small scale (e.g., LUST) to the large scale (e.g., the Bunker Hill Superfund Site [BHSS], and the Palouse Basin aquifer). Robin has experience managing projects in both fractured rock and unconsolidated sediment environments, with specific experience in the geology of the Inland Northwest. She has initiated and developed groundwater monitoring programs, and is currently working on water-quality monitoring projects for RCRA and CERCLA sites and RI/FS projects throughout the Inland Northwest. Sarah Weppner, M.S., Environmental Health Specialist, has almost 20 years of experience specializing in human health risk assessment and remediation for redevelopment projects. Sarah was the primary author on two successfully funded Brownfields grant proposals. Sarah uses her H i l l y a r d I n t e g r a t e d P l a n n i n g S e r v i c e s R F P A E 2 0 0 - 1 8 2018 Alta Science and Engineering, Inc. Page 17 expertise with human health risk assessment to effectively address health risk, which is a primary focus of the brownfields grant application criteria. Ms. Weppner is an experienced communicator and educator who has conveyed technical information to a wide range of audiences. She coordinated public involvement activities and developed public information documents for communities impacted by hazardous waste sites. Sarah managed a state-wide environmental health assessment and education program. She managed a number of projects that included environmental and biological sampling and monitoring for heavy metals as well as risk analysis for heavy metals, petroleum, and radionuclides. She has broad experience in environmental health research and remedial effectiveness monitoring, and has conducted risk assessments in Washington using MTCA and non-MTCA approaches. Ms. Weppner has worked with state, federal, and tribal environmental and health agencies to facilitate public health assessments of hazardous waste sites throughout the Inland northwest. Jennifer Gilley, M.S., B.S., GISP, Senior GIS Scientist, is a Geographic Information Systems Professional (GISP) with almost a decade of experience supporting environmental projects using GIS, drafting, and database tools. Her experience also includes data collection, Natural Resource Damage Assessment (NRDA) work, and grant project management support. Jennifer provides GIS and database support for various projects in Washington, Idaho, and Nevada. Her work includes coordinating with local agencies and governments on ownership and GIS data, manipulating and displaying a variety of environmental and infrastructure data, integrating AutoCAD and GIS processes and functions, updating SQL database and GIS data on revolving schedules, and providing client support. Darrel Ramus, P.L.S., GISP, leads Alta s Survey and Aerial LiDAR teams providing airborne and mobile mapping services using imagery and point clouds. He has optimized the efficient fusion of land surveying, GPS, GIS, CAD, Imagery, and LiDAR-based mapping to support engineering, redevelopment, and remediation projects. Darrel will lead any survey, Aerial LiDAR, and mapping needed to support this project. Erin Radford, B.A., is a licensed pilot and part of the geomatics team working to collect LiDAR and aerial imagery from UAVs. She had conducted numerous UAV flights to acquire LiDAR and imagery for supporting RI/FS and redevelopment/remediation projects. In Washington, she flew 2.5 miles of Glacier Creek in order to assess levees and map changes in the stream channel. If a licensed pilot is needed, Erin will support the acquisition of aerial data. 3.3 Experience of the Firm Alta Science Engineering, Inc. (Alta) is an Inland Northwest-based consulting firm specializing in science and engineering projects with a redevelopment focus across the Northwest. Formed in 2017 when the Technical Services Division separated from TerraGraphics Environmental Engineering, Inc., Alta brings a 35-year history of providing quality consulting solutions to local, state, federal, tribal governments, and private clients. Through four offices and more than 45 employees, we offer specialized consulting on brownfields, civil engineering, infrastructure planning, stream and wetland restoration, natural systems engineering, construction oversight, survey, UAV-LiDAR, environmental science, and grant writing support. With Alta s Spokane office located minutes from the site, we are able to respond promptly with the resources for the City s consulting needs.
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..on a side note, the Alta Team is wonderful to work with. They consistently provide very focused and appropriate interaction and comments for the project. I am really grateful to you for contracting their assistance Doug Tanner, IDEQ PM

H i l l y a r d I n t e g r a t e d P l a n n i n g S e r v i c e s R F P A E 2 0 0 - 1 8 2018 Alta Science and Engineering, Inc. Page 18 Alta personnel have been working on the redevelopment of contaminated properties for almost three decades. To provide the City with the best possible team for this project, Alta has teamed with Maul Foster Alongi, Inc. (MFA). Together, we have a long working relationship on similar projects and our Proposed Project Manager, John Means, and Key Planner for this project Michael Stringer have worked together on similar projects for more than a decade. MFA assists clients in successfully managing the risks and opportunities associated with challenging projects including site development, facility management, and complex environmental challenges. They have built their firm to provide clients with the strategic and technical services needed to take real estate development from visioning through design to construction. Together, we have more than 140 professional staff located in the northwest that includes planners, engineers, landscape architects, communications specialists, and GIS analysts. MFA is an employee-owned consulting firm with eight Pacific Northwest offices. Their award-winning planning practice focuses on working with communities to promote revitalization of industrial areas and waterfronts, especially in areas with environmental constraints.

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Additional technical subconsultants and/or subject matter experts will be added to the team as needed. This will include cultural resource specialist, geotechnical engineer, analytical and geotechnical laboratories, utility locators, drillers, etc. The team will consult with the City prior to subcontracting with any additional technical support.

3.3.1 Experience of the Team in the Key Project Areas Table 2 provides a matrix of project experience related to the key areas identified in Section 1 under the Experience of the Firm within the RFP. This list is not exhaustive of our Teams experience, but illustrates we have the depth and past performance that aligns with the needs of this project.

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3.3.2 Relevant Project Experience of the Team The following are relevant project descriptions to highlight our team s experience for both Alta and MFA. Please notice that all these project examples are within the northwest region and include similar RI/FS, MTCA, Federal and/or Grant Implementation, Archaeological and Cultural requirements, Inadvertent Discovery Plans, Stormwater engineering, Stormwater BMPs, Life- cycle capital cost analysis, and planning, and feasibility analysis around redevelopment of perceived or real environmental challenges.

MFA is unique. I have come to expect having great people working on my project. Every person I meet from MFA is highly intelligent, consistently motivated and professionally competent. Daniel Silver, Successor Coeur d Alene Custodial and Work Trust Manager Service Category
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