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AGENDA CITY OF HOUSTON . CITY COUNCIL

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May 21st 22nd, 2019

MAYOR SYLVESTER TURNER

CONTROLLER CHRIS B. BROWN

DISTRICT COUNCIL MEMBERS Brenda Stardig

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District A

Jerry Davis District B

Ellen R. Cohen District C

Dwight A. Boykins District D

Dave Martin District E

Steve Le District F

Greg Travis District G

Karla Cisneros District H

Robert Gallegos District I

Mike Laster District J

Martha Castex-Tatum District K

AT-LARGE COUNCIL MEMBERS Mike Knox Position 1

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David W. Robinson Position 2

Michael Kubosh Position 3

Amanda K. Edwards Position 4

Jack Christie D.C. Position 5

Marta Crinejo Director - City Council Agenda Anna Russell City Secretary

In accordance with the Texas Open Meetings Act the agenda is posted for public information, at all times, for at least 72 hours preceding the

scheduled time of the meeting on the bulletin board located on the exterior wall of the City Hall building at 901 Bagby.

The agenda may be accessed via the Internet at http://houston.novusagenda.com/agendapublic/. Copies of the agenda are available in the Office of the

City Secretary in the City Hall Annex, Public Level at no charge. To receive the agenda by mail, send check or money order for 52.00 for a one year subscription, made payable to the City of Houston to the attention of the City Secretary, P.O. Box 1562, Houston, Texas 77251.
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To reserve time to appear before Council call 832-393-1100 or come to the Office of the City Secretary, City Hall Annex, Public Level at least 30

minutes prior to the scheduled public session shown on the agenda. NOTE: If a translator is required, please advise when reserving time to speak
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AGENDA - COUNCIL MEETING Tuesday, May 21, 2019 - 1:30 PM City Hall Chamber

PRESENTATIONS

2:00 P.M. INVOCATION AND PLEDGE OF ALLEGIANCE

Council Member Boykins

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ROLL CALL AND ADOPT MINUTES OF PREVIOUS MINUTES

PUBLIC SPEAKERS - Pursuant to City Council Rule 8, City Council will hear from members of the public; the names and subject matters of persons who

had requested to speak at the time of posting this Agenda are attached; the names and subject matters of persons who subsequently request to speak may be obtained in the City Secretary's Office.
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NOTE: If a translator is required, please advise when reserving time to speak

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RECONVENE

WEDNESDAY - May 22, 2019 - 9:00 A. M.

DESCRIPTIONS OR CAPTIONS OF AGENDA ITEMS WILL BE READ BY THE

CITY SECRETARY PRIOR TO COMMENCEMENT

MAYOR'S REPORT

CONSENT AGENDA NUMBERS 1 through 28

MISCELLANEOUS - NUMBER 1

1. CONFIRMATION of the appointment of the following individuals to the HOUSTON CLEAN CITY COMMISSION BOARD OF DIRECTORS, for terms ending January 1,

2021: Position E - HERLINDA GONZALEZ Position F - JOE DINNON
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ACCEPT WORK - NUMBER 2

2. RECOMMENDATION from Director Houston Public Works for approval of final contract amount of 13,170,199.70 and acceptance of work on contract with

SER CONSTRUCTION PARTNERS, LLC for Neighborhood Street Reconstruction Project 456 - 3.36 over the original contract amount -
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DISTRICT A - STARDIG

PURCHASING AND TABULATION OF BIDS - NUMBERS 3 through 6

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3. CUMMINS SOUTHERN PLAINS, LLC to purchase two Portable Backup Generators through the Interlocal Agreement for Cooperative Purchasing with the

Houston-Galveston Area Council for the Houston Health Department - 189,594.00 - Grant Fund
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4. APPROVE payment to CEPHEID, INC for Outstanding Invoices for Diagnostic Controls and Test Kits for the Houston Health Department - 63,744.09 -

Grant Fund
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5. CHRISTOPHER CORTEZ dba SOUTH WESTERN ENVIRONMENTAL EQUIPMENT TECHNICIANS for Various Pumps and Motors for Houston Public Works - 232,625.00 -

Enterprise Fund
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6. SKALAR, INC for Chemical Analyzers for Houston Public Works - 132,750.00 - Enterprise Fund

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RESOLUTIONS - NUMBERS 7 through 9

7. RESOLUTION approving and authorizing the nomination of AMERICAN GENERAL LIFE INSURANCE COMPANY , located at 2727-A Allen Parkway, Houston, Texas,

to the Texas Economic Development Bank established by the Texas Economic Development and Tourism Office within the Office of the Governor for designation as an Enterprise Project - DISTRICT C - COHEN
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8. RESOLUTION approving and authorizing the nomination of AMERICAN GENERAL LIFE INSURANCE COMPANY , located at 2919 Allen Parkway, Houston, Texas, to

the Texas Economic Development Bank established by the Texas Economic Development and Tourism Office within the Office of the Governor for designation as an Enterprise Project - DISTRICT C - COHEN
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9. RESOLUTION approving and authorizing the assignment of enterprise project status from TH HEALTHCARE, LTD. S Texas Enterprise Project to HOUSTON -

PPH, LLC - DISTRICT D - BOYKINS
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ORDINANCES - NUMBERS 10 through 28

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10. ORDINANCE supplementing the City of Houston, Texas Master Ordinance No. 2004-299, supplementing the City of Houston, Texas Ordinance No.

2004-300, Ordinance No. 2008-252, Ordinance No. 2010-215, Ordinance No. 2013-200 and Ordinance No. 2016-213; authorizing the substitution of a credit facility, the execution and delivery of a Reimbursement Agreement, a Co-Bond Counsel Agreement, and a reoffering circular for the City of Houston, Texas Combined Utility System First Lien Revenue Refunding Bonds, Series 2004B-4, and declaring an emergency
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11. ORDINANCE authorizing the issuance of one or more series of City of Houston, Texas Tax and Revenue Anticipation Notes, Series 2019 to provide for

the payment of the current expenses of the City for the Fiscal Year
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beginning July 1, 2019 and ending June 30, 2020; prescribing the terms and form thereof and authorizing the Finance Working Group to determine

certain terms and conditions relating thereto; providing for the payment of the principal thereof and interest thereon; approving and authorizing the distribution of a Preliminary Official Statement and Official Notice of sale to be used in connection with the sale of the notes; authorizing the preparation and distribution of an Official Statement; authorizing the execution and delivery of a Paying Agent/Registrar Agreement; authorizing a Bond Counsel Agreement and a Special Tax Counsel and Special Disclosure Counsel Agreement; and making other findings and provisions relating to such notes and matters incident thereto; and declaring an emergency
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12. ORDINANCE approving supplemental borrowing evidenced by City of Houston, Texas Tax and Revenue Anticipation Notes, Series 2019A to provide for

payment of current expenses of the City for a portion of the Fiscal Year beginning July 1, 2019 and ending June 30, 2020; providing for the payment of the principal of and interest on such Notes; authorizing the procedure for determining the terms and conditions of such Notes; authorizing the execution of a Note Purchase Agreement; approving Bond Counsel and Special Tax and Special Disclosure Counsel; making other findings and provisions related to such notes and matters incident thereto; and declaring an emergency
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13. ORDINANCE finding and determining the public convenience and necessity for the acquisition of real property interests in connection with the

Public Improvement Project known as the Paving and Drainage for Augusta, Grant Park, and Ballard Gardens Project; authorizing the acquisition of fee simple or easement interest to one parcel of land required for the project and situated in the William P. Harris and Robert Wilson Survey, Abstract No. 32, in Harris County, Texas, said parcel of land being located along Evelia Street at Solo Street in Houston, Harris County, Texas, by gift, dedication, purchase and the use of eminent domain and further authorizing payment of the costs of such purchases and/or eminent domain proceedings and associated costs for relocation assistance, Appraisal Fees, Title Policies/Services, Recording Fees, court costs, and Expert Witness Fees in connection with the acquisition of fee simple or easement interest to one parcel of land required for the project - DISTRICT B - DAVIS
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14. ORDINANCE approving and authorizing the City of Houston to submit the 2019 Annual Action Plan to the UNITED STATES DEPARTMENT OF HOUSING AND

URBAN DEVELOPMENT (HUD), including the following 2019 Grant Applications and Budgets: 1) 45th Program Year Community Development Block Grant (CDBG) in the amount of 28,090,088.00 (which amount includes 23,936,444.00 in CDBG Funds and 4,153,644.00 in projected program income); 2) Home Investment Partnerships Grant (HOME) in the amount of 9,434,258.00 (which amount includes 9,307,715.00 in HOME Funds and 126,543.00 in projected program income); 3) Housing Opportunities for Persons with AIDS Grant (HOPWA) in the amount of 9,882,076.00; and 4) Emergency Solutions Grants (ESG), Formerly known as the Emergency Shelter Grants, in the amount of 2,031,897.00; to accept funds from the aforementioned grants, if awarded
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15. ORDINANCE approving and authorizing fourth amendment to contract

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between the City of Houston and CHILD CARE COUNCIL OF GREATER HOUSTON to provide additional Community Development Block Grant Funds and extend the

contract for the continuing administration and operation of a Child Care Program - 360,000.00 - Grant Fund
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16. ORDINANCE approving and authorizing fourth amendment to contract between the City of Houston and CHILD CARE COUNCIL OF GREATER HOUSTON to provide

additional Community Development Block Grant Funds and extend the contract for the continuing administration and operation of a Juvenile Delinquency Program - 360,000.00 - Grant Fund
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17. ORDINANCE approving and authorizing fourth amendment to contract between the City of Houston and CHILD CARE COUNCIL OF GREATER HOUSTON to extend

the term of the contract and provide additional Emergency Solutions Grants Funds, Community Development Block Grant Funds and Homeless Housing and Services Program Funds for the continuing administration and operation of the City s Homeless Services Program - 1,857,674.00 - Grant Fund
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18. ORDINANCE approving and authorizing contract between the City of Houston and GOODWILL INDUSTRIES OF HOUSTON providing Housing Opportunities for

Persons with AIDS Funds for the operation of a Supportive Services Program - 200,000.00 - Grant Fund
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19. ORDINANCE consenting to the addition of 50.04 acres of land to HARRIS COUNTY IMPROVEMENT DISTRICT NO. 14 for inclusion in its district

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20. ORDINANCE appropriating 872,386.91 out of Contributed Capital Projects Fund, awarding Construction Contract to TRI-POINT CONSTRUCTION SERVICES,

INCORPORATED for BARC Cattery; setting a deadline for the proposer's execution of the contract and delivery of all bonds, insurance and other required contract documents to the City; holding the proposer in default if it fails to meet the deadlines; providing funding for engineering and material testing services and contingencies relating to construction of facilities financed by Contributed Capital Projects Fund - DISTRICT B - DAVIS
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21. ORDINANCE appropriating 99,000.00 out of Metro Projects Construction DDSRF to an Advance Funding Agreement between the City of Houston and THE

TEXAS DEPARTMENT of TRANSPORTATION for Fondren Road Widening; providing funding for CIP Cost Recovery relating to construction of facilities financed by the Metro Projects Construction DDSRF - DISTRICT K - CASTEX-TATUM
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22. ORDINANCE appropriating 73,700.00 out of Metro Projects Construction DDSRF to an Advance Funding Agreement between the City of Houston and THE

TEXAS DEPARTMENT OF TRANSPORTATION for the Surface Transportation Block Grant Program Project Off-System in connection with the widening of Westpark Drive to four lanes from Wilcrest Drive to South Dairy Ashford Road; providing funding for CIP Cost Recovery relating to construction of facilities financed by the Metro Projects Construction DDSRF - DISTRICT F - LE
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23. ORDINANCE appropriating 44,000.00 out of Water Sewer System Consolidated Construction Fund and approving and authorizing Professional

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Construction Management and Inspection Services Contract between the City of Houston and UNITED ENGINEERS, INC for Various Citywide Water and

Wastewater Systems Projects; providing funding for CIP Cost Recovery relating to construction of facilities financed by the Water Sewer System Consolidated Construction Fund
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24. ORDINANCE appropriating 502,401.42 out of Street Traffic Control and Storm Drainage D D S R F and approving and authorizing Professional

Engineering Services Contract between the City of Houston and TRW ENGINEERS, INC d/b/a TSC ENGINEERING for Alief Forest North Area Drainage and Paving; providing funding for CIP Cost Recovery relating to construction of facilities financed by the Street Traffic Control and Storm Drainage DDSRF - DISTRICT F - LE
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25. ORDINANCE appropriating 220,000.00 out of Metro Projects Construction DDSRF and approving and authorizing Professional Engineering Services

Contract between the City of Houston and TLC ENGINEERING, INC for City Wide Street and Traffic Rehabilitation 3; providing funding for CIP Cost Recovery relating to construction of facilities financed by the Metro Projects Construction DDSRF
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26. ORDINANCE appropriating 440,000.00 out of Metro Projects Construction DDSRF and approving and authorizing Professional Engineering Services

Contract between the City of Houston and SCIENTECH ENGINEERS, INC for Citywide Street and Traffic Rehabilitation 7; providing funding for CIP Cost Recovery relating to construction of facilities financed by the Metro Projects Construction DDSRF
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27. ORDINANCE appropriating 1,318,730.18 out of Water Sewer System Consolidated Construction Fund as an additional appropriation to Professional

Engineering Services Contract between the City of Houston and STANTEC CONSULTING SERVICES, INC for the Lift Station Renewal and Replacement - Green River Drive, Bretshire No. 2, Bayfield, Highland Meadow, Hempstead No. 1 and Ferguson Way Lift Stations (as Approved by Ordinance No. 2016-0324); providing funding for CIP Cost Recovery relating to construction of facilities financed by the Water Sewer System Consolidated Construction Fund - DISTRICT B - DAVIS
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28. ORDINANCE appropriating 15,628,500.00 out of Water Sewer System Consolidated Construction Fund, awarding Contract to INDUSTRIAL TX CORP. for

Northeast Water Purification Plant (NEWPP) Improvements - Package 2; setting a deadline for the bidder's execution of the contract and delivery of all bonds, insurance, and other required contract documents to the City; holding the bidder in default if it fails to meet the deadlines; providing funding for engineering, testing, CIP Cost Recovery, construction management, and contingencies relating to construction of facilities financed by the Water Sewer System Consolidated Construction Fund - DISTRICT E - MARTIN
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END OF CONSENT AGENDA

CONSIDERATION OF MATTERS REMOVED FROM CONSENT AGENDA

MATTERS HELD - NUMBERS 29 through 32

29. MOTION by Council Member Davis/Seconded by Council Member Robinson to adopt recommendation from Chief Procurement Officer to award to CHILDREN'S

MUSEUM, INC to purchase Houston Basics Video Production for the Houston Health Department - 60,000.00 - Essential Public Health Services Fund TAGGED BY COUNCIL MEMBER STARDIG This was Item 8 on Agenda of May 15, 2019
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30. MOTION by Council Member Davis/Seconded by Council Member Robinson to adopt recommendation from Chief Procurement Officer to award to TOTER, LLC

for Recycling Carts and Cart Lids through the Interlocal Agreement for Cooperative Purchasing with the City of Tucson, Arizona for the Solid Waste Management Department - 571,408.45 - General Fund TAGGED BY COUNCIL MEMBER LASTER This was Item 12 on Agenda of May 15, 2019
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31. ORDINANCE approving and authorizing the submission of an electronic application and acceptance for grant assistance to the Federal Emergency

Management Agency (FEMA) for the FY 2018 Assistance to Firefighters Grant Program; declaring the City s eligibility for such grants; authorizing the Chief of the Houston Fire Department to act as the City s representative in the application process, to accept and expend the grant funds, if awarded, and to apply for and accept all subsequent awards, if any, pertaining to the program TAGGED BY COUNCIL MEMBERS STARDIG and CISNEROS This was Item 24 on Agenda of May 15, 2019
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32. ORDINANCE consenting to the creation of HARRIS COUNTY MUNICIPAL UTILITY DISTRICT NO. 539, containing 620.6117 acres of land within the

extraterritorial jurisdiction of the City of Houston, Texas; authorizing the district to exercise road powers and to issue bonds for road facilities, subject to certain conditions DELAYED BY MOTION 2019-250, 5/15/2019 This was Item 38 on Agenda of May 15, 2019
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MATTERS TO BE PRESENTED BY COUNCIL MEMBERS - Council Member Le first

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ALL ORDINANCES ARE TO BE CONSIDERED ON AN EMERGENCY BASIS AND TO BE PASSED ON ONE READING UNLESS OTHERWISE NOTED, ARTICLE VII, SECTION 7, CITY

CHARTER
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NOTE -

WHENEVER ANY AGENDA ITEM, WHETHER OR NOT ON THE CONSENT AGENDA, IS NOT READY FOR COUNCIL ACTION AT THE TIME IT IS REACHED ON THE AGENDA, THAT ITEM

SHALL BE PLACED AT THE END OF THE AGENDA FOR ACTION BY COUNCIL WHEN ALL OTHER AGENDA ITEMS HAVE BEEN CONSIDERED.
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CITY COUNCIL RESERVES THE RIGHT TO TAKE UP AGENDA ITEMS OUT OF THE ORDER IN WHICH THEY ARE POSITIONED IN

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THIS AGENDA. ALSO, AN ITEM THAT HAS BEEN TAGGED UNDER CITY COUNCIL RULE (HOUSTON CITY CODE 2-2) OR DELAYED TO ANOTHER DAY MAY BE NEVERTHELESS

CONSIDERED LATER AT THE SAME CITY COUNCIL MEETING.

CITY OF HOUSTON - CITY COUNCIL Meeting Date: 5/21/2019

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CITY COUNCIL CHAMBER - CITY HALL 2nd FLOOR TUESDAY MAY 21, 2019 2:00 PM

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VICKI ROY 2500 Tanglewilde St., Suite 105 77063 713-581-6160 HAS Contract/Professional on Demand Marketing Services/Waste and abuse

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VAL THOMPSON 11110 Bellaire Blvd. 77072 832-448-0537 The Global Seven Awards

SEAN KRIEGER 2203 Tierwester St. 77004 979-220-9634 Sanitary sewer issue

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JENNIFER McNICOLL 2203 Tierwester St. 77004 281-889-7081 - Sanitary sewer issue

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LAMOND DIXON 1601 Lakeside Dr. Seabrook, Tx 77598 No Phone Employment

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ANGELA OBASI 10819 Candlewood Dr. 77042 832-869-2021 Homeowners Association

STEVEN WILLIAMS Rick Santorum/passed the citizenship/reparations/by designer corporation strategy

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GLORIA ALBERT 11710 Broadway St. Pearland, Tx 77584 281-932-1747 New Pharmacy

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DEBORAH ELAINE ALLEN Post Office Box 263252 77207 713-264-0127 Will appear to express personal opinion

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CITY OF HOUSTON - CITY COUNCIL Meeting Date: 5/21/2019

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MYR - Clean City CNL appointments - Pos E F

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Agenda Item : 1.

Summary: CONFIRMATION of the appointment of the following individuals to the HOUSTON CLEAN CITY COMMISSION BOARD OF DIRECTORS, for terms ending

January 1, 2021: Position E - HERLINDA GONZALEZ Position F - JOE DINNON
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CITY OF HOUSTON - CITY COUNCIL Meeting Date: 5/21/2019

District A Item Creation Date: 2/7/2019

HPW-20CJ01 Accept Work / SER Construction Partners, LLC

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Agenda Item : 2.

Summary: RECOMMENDATION from Director Houston Public Works for approval of final contract amount of 13,170,199.70 and acceptance of work on contract

with SER CONSTRUCTION PARTNERS, LLC for Neighborhood Street Reconstruction Project 456 - 3.36 over the original contract amount - DISTRICT A - STARDIG
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Background: SUBJECT: Accept Work for Neighborhood Street Reconstruction (NSR) Project 456.

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RECOMMENDATION: (SUMMARY) Pass a motion to approve the final Contract Amount of 13,170,199.70 or 3.36 over the original Contract Amount, accept the

Work and authorize final payment. PROJECT NOTICE/JUSTIFICATION: This project was part of the Capital Improvement Plan which replaced existing residential streets that have been deteriorated beyond economical repair and normal maintenance, and improved drainage. DESCRIPTION/SCOPE: This project consisted of neighborhood street reconstruction. The proposed improvements consisted of concrete roadways with curbs, sidewalks and underground utilities, as required. Bury, Inc. designed the project with 660 calendar days allowed for construction. The project was awarded to SER Construction Partners, LLC with an original Contract Amount of 12,742,572.02. LOCATION: The project area is generally bound by Hammerly on the north, Brittmore Road on the east, IH-10 westbound frontage road to the south and Addicks Dam Road on the west. The project is located in Key Map Grids 449 T, 449 U, 449 X, 449 Y, and 489 B. CONTRACT COMPLETION AND COST: The Contractor, SER Construction Partners, LLC, has completed the work under the subject Contract. The project was completed beyond the established completion date with an additional 16 days approved by Change Order Nos 6 and 8 The final cost of the project, including overrun and underrun of estimated unit price quantities and previously approved Change Order Nos 1 - 5 and 7 - 9 is 13,170,199.70, an increase of 427,627.68 or 3.36 over the original Contract Amount. The increased cost is a result of the difference between planned and measured quantities.
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M/WSBE PARTICIPATION: The advertised M/WBE contract goal for this project was 18.00 . The M/WBE plan established for this project was 18.08 .

According to Office of Business Opportunity, the participation was 23.81 . Contractor s M/WBE performance evaluation was rated
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Outstanding.

_________________________________ Carol Ellinger Haddock, P.E., Director Houston Public Works

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WBS Nos. N-000388-0001-4, R-000500-0158-4, S-000500-0158-4

Prior Council Action: Ordinance No. 2016-0512, dated 06-22-2016

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Amount of Funding: No Additional funding required

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Total (original) appropriation of 15,330,000.00

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3,392,000.00 from Fund No.8500 - Water and Sewer System Consolidated Construction. 11,938,000.00 from Fund No.4042 - Street Traffic Control and Storm

Drainage DDSRF.
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Contact Information: Juan Chavira, PE, PMP, CEM Assistant Director, Capital Projects Phone: (832) 395-2441

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ATTACHMENTS: Description Type Signed Coversheet Signed Cover sheet MAPS Backup Material

CITY OF HOUSTON - CITY COUNCIL Meeting Date: 5/21/2019

Item Creation Date: 5/10/2019

E29027 - Portable Backup Generators - MOTION

Agenda Item : 3.

Summary: CUMMINS SOUTHERN PLAINS, LLC to purchase two Portable Backup Generators through the Interlocal Agreement for Cooperative Purchasing with the

Houston-Galveston Area Council for the Houston Health Department - 189,594.00 - Grant Fund
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Background: S21-E29027 - Approve the purchase of two (2) portable backup generators from Cummins Southern Plains, LLC through the Houston-Galveston

Area Council (H-GAC) in the amount of 189,594.00 for the Houston Health Department.
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Specific Explanation: The Director of the Houston Health Department and the Chief Procurement Officer recommend that City Council approve the

purchase of two (2) portable backup generators through the Interlocal Agreement for Cooperative Purchasing with the H-GAC in the amount of 189,594.00 for the Houston Health Department (HHD), and that authorization be given to issue a purchase order to the H- GAC contract vendor Cummins Southern Plains, LLC. The new generators will be utilized by HHD sites for the continuum of services during an extended power outage caused by dangerous weather conditions.
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The City received a CDC Crisis COAG grant to deal with public health preparedness in the event of an approaching hurricane threat. This grant funds

the purchase of two backup generators that will allow the City to provide the necessary public health care and assistance to those affected by a hurricane disaster while recovering from a power outage. The utilization of an interlocal agreement is recommended because of the contractor's competitive price and to expedite the procurement process that will allow HHD to spend grant funds before the conditional timeline of June 30, 2019.
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The two (2) portable backup generators will be delivered and maintained at La Nueva CASA de Amigos located at 1809 N. Main St. Houston, Texas 77009

and HHD's Storage Facility located at 3301 Commerce St. Houston, Texas 77003. The new generators life expectancy is an approximate 10 to 12 years with appropriate maintenance. The warranty start date is the date of initial startup, demonstration or 18 months after factory ship date, whichever is sooner.
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MWBE Participation: M/WBE Zero Percentage Goal Documented approved by the Office of Business Opportunity.

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Hire Houston First: This procurement is exempt from the City s Hire Houston First Ordinance. Bids/proposals were not

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This procurement is exempt from the City s Hire Houston First Ordinance. Bids/proposals were not solicited because the department is utilizing an

Interlocal or Cooperative Purchasing Agreement for this purchase.
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Fiscal Note: This is a grant funded item; therefore, no Fiscal Note is required.

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_______________________________________ ___________________________________ Jerry Adams, Chief Procurement Officer Finance/Strategic Procurement

Division
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Department Approval Authority

Estimated Spending Authority Department FY19 Out Years Total Houston Health Department 189,594.00 - 189,594.00

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Amount of Funding: 189,594.00 Federal Government Fund Fund No.: 5000

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Contact Information: Laura Guthrie, Purchasing Manager FIN/SPD 832-393-8735 Porfirio Villarreal, Public Information Officer HHD 832-393-5041

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ATTACHMENTS: Description Type

CITY OF HOUSTON - CITY COUNCIL Meeting Date: 5/21/2019

ALL Item Creation Date: 5/1/2019

E29036 - Diagnostic Controls and Test Kits - MOTION

Agenda Item : 4.

Summary: APPROVE payment to CEPHEID, INC for Outstanding Invoices for Diagnostic Controls and Test Kits for the Houston Health Department - 63,744.09

- Grant Fund
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Background: S85-E29036 Approve payment to Cepheid, Inc. in the amount not to exceed 63,744.09 for outstanding invoices for the Houston Health

Department.
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SPECIFIC EXPLANATION: The Director of Houston Health Department and the Chief Procurement Officer recommend that City Council approve payment to

Cepheid, Inc. in the amount not to exceed 63,744.09 for outstanding invoices for the Houston Health Department.
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As of March 2019, the Strategic Procurement Division (SPD) issued two (2) Emergency Purchase Orders (EPOs) to Cepheid, Inc. for diagnostic controls

and test kits which included, forty-seven (47) GeneXpert MTB/RIFs; twenty-eight (28) GeneXpert CARBAR kits; ten (10) MTB/RIF- BU2s, and five (5) CARBAR-BU1 controls for the Department s Bureau of Laboratory Services. The kits are used to test patient samples for the presence of Mycobacterium Tuberculosis (TB) and the controls are used to determine if bacterial isolates from patient samples contain genetic markers that confer resistance to an entire class of antibiotics.
Tagged Passions:strategic, services, emergency, and purchasing

The Department s Bureau of Laboratory Services was scheduled to test and support an unexpected large-scale TB investigation involving over 90 patient

samples and the increase in demand caused the laboratory to deplete their on-hand inventory supplied by Cepheid, Inc. The purchasing threshold of 50,000.00 was exceeded on or about, December 2019, thus EPOs were issued to avoid interruption of services. The Strategic Procurement Division and HHD are finalizing a multi-term award for these supplies and anticipate presenting to City Council in early June of 2019.
Tagged Passions:council, strategic, services, and purchasing

The TB testing is grant funded and the Bureau of Laboratory Services performs this testing for local area hospitals, acute care facilities, and

patients visiting the Sunnyside and Northside TB Chest Clinics. The importance in conducting TB testing is to prevent a serious public health risk and early diagnosis is essential to protecting the health and well-being of the citizens of Houston.
Tagged Passions:grant, health, hospital, risk, services, and healthcare

This recommendation is made pursuant to Chapter 252, Section 252.022 (a) (7) (A) of the Texas

Local Government Code for exempt procurements, which provides a procurement necessary to preserve or protect the public health or safety of the

municipality s residents .
Tagged Passions:health and purchasing

MWBE Participation: This procurement is exempt from M/WBE subcontracting participation goal because the department is utilizing an emergency purchase

order for this purchase.
Tagged Passions:emergency and purchasing

Hire Houston First:

This procurement is exempt from the City s Hire Houston First Ordinance. The bid was not solicited because the department is utilizing an emergency

purchase order for this order.
Tagged Passions:rfp, RFP, ordinance, emergency, and purchasing

Fiscal Note: This is a grant funded item; therefore, no Fiscal Note is required.

Tagged Passions:grant

__________________________________ ___________________________ Jerry Adams, Chief Procurement Officer Department Approval Signature Finance/Strategic

Procurement Division
Tagged Passions:finance, strategic, and purchasing

Estimated Spending Authority DEPARTMENT FY2019 OUT YEARS TOTAL

Houston Health Department 63,744.09 0.00 63,744.09

Tagged Passions:health

Amount of Funding: 63,744.09 Federal Government Grant Fund Fund 5000

Tagged Passions:funding and grant

Contact Information:

NAME: DEPARTMENT/DIVISION PHONE Laura Guthrie, Purchasing Manager FIN/SPD (832) 393-8735 Alejandro Velasquez-Auza, Procurement Specialist

Tagged Passions:purchasing and manager

FIN/SPD (832) 393-8701

Porfirio Villarreal, Public Information Officer HHD (832) 393-5041

ATTACHMENTS: Description Type E29036 - Diagnostic Controls and Test Kits Signed Cover sheet

CITY OF HOUSTON - CITY COUNCIL Meeting Date: 5/21/2019

ALL Item Creation Date: 5/1/2019

E29036 - Diagnostic Controls and Test Kits - MOTION

Agenda Item : 8.

Background: S85-E29036 Approve payment to Cepheid, Inc. in the amount not to exceed 63,744.09 for outstanding invoices for the Houston Health

Department.
Tagged Passions:health

SPECIFIC EXPLANATION: The Director of Houston Health Department and the Chief Procurement Officer recommend that City Council approve payment to

Cepheid, Inc. in the amount not to exceed 63,744.09 for outstanding invoices for the Houston Health Department.
Tagged Passions:health, council, and purchasing

As of March 2019, the Strategic Procurement Division (SPD) issued two (2) Emergency Purchase Orders (EPOs) to Cepheid, Inc. for diagnostic controls

and test kits which included, forty-seven (47) GeneXpert MTB/RIFs; twenty-eight (28) GeneXpert CARBAR kits; ten (10) MTB/RIF-BU2s, and five (5) CARBAR-BU1 controls for the Department s Bureau of Laboratory Services. The kits are used to test patient samples for the presence of Mycobacterium Tuberculosis (TB) and the controls are used to determine if bacterial isolates from patient samples contain genetic markers that confer resistance to an entire class of antibiotics.
Tagged Passions:strategic, services, emergency, and purchasing

The Department s Bureau of Laboratory Services was scheduled to test and support an unexpected large-scale TB investigation involving over 90 patient

samples and the increase in demand caused the laboratory to deplete their on-hand inventory supplied by Cepheid, Inc. The purchasing threshold of 50,000.00 was exceeded on or about, December 2019, thus EPOs were issued to avoid interruption of services. The Strategic Procurement Division and HHD are finalizing a multi-term award for these supplies and anticipate presenting to City Council in early June of 2019.
Tagged Passions:council, strategic, services, and purchasing

The TB testing is grant funded and the Bureau of Laboratory Services performs this testing for local area hospitals, acute care facilities, and

patients visiting the Sunnyside and Northside TB Chest Clinics. The importance in conducting TB testing is to prevent a serious public health risk and early diagnosis is essential to protecting the health and well-being of the citizens of Houston.
Tagged Passions:grant, health, hospital, risk, services, and healthcare

This recommendation is made pursuant to Chapter 252, Section 252.022 (a) (7) (A) of the Texas Local Government Code for exempt procurements, which

provides a procurement necessary to preserve or protect the public health or safety of the municipality s residents .
Tagged Passions:health and purchasing

MWBE Participation: This procurement is exempt from M/WBE subcontracting participation goal because the department is utilizing an emergency purchase

order for this purchase.
Tagged Passions:emergency and purchasing

Hire Houston First: This procurement is exempt from the City s Hire Houston First Ordinance. The bid was not solicited because the department is

utilizing an emergency purchase order for this order.
Tagged Passions:rfp, RFP, ordinance, emergency, and purchasing

Fiscal Note: This is a grant funded item; therefore, no Fiscal Note is required.

Tagged Passions:grant

__________________________________ ___________________________ Jerry Adams, Chief Procurement Officer Department Approval Signature Finance/Strategic

Procurement Division
Tagged Passions:finance, strategic, and purchasing

Estimated Spending Authority DEPARTMENT FY2019 OUT YEARS TOTAL

Houston Health Department 63,744.09 0.00 63,744.09

Tagged Passions:health

DocuSign Envelope ID: 392AB3EF-BD4E-4095-948A-CC57F15D27F1

5/8/2019

Amount of Funding: 63,744.009 Federal Government Fund (5000)

Tagged Passions:funding

Contact Information:

NAME: DEPARTMENT/DIVISION PHONE Laura Guthrie, Purchasing Manager FIN/SPD (832) 393-8735 Alejandro Velasquez-Auza, Procurement Specialist

Tagged Passions:purchasing and manager

FIN/SPD (832) 393-8701

Porfirio Villarreal, Public Information Officer HHD (832) 393-5041

ATTACHMENTS: Description Type Department PRF Approved Backup Material Fair Campaign (Form A) Backup Material Fair Campaign (Form B) Backup Material

Funding Info (Form A) Backup Material Cepheid Invoice No. 9000343479 dated 01.30.2019 14,379.71 Backup Material Cepheid Invoice No. 9000364480 dated 03.25.2019 49,364.38 Backup Material
Tagged Passions:funding

DocuSign Envelope ID: 392AB3EF-BD4E-4095-948A-CC57F15D27F1

CITY OF HOUSTON - CITY COUNCIL Meeting Date: 5/21/2019

ALL Item Creation Date: 4/30/2019

N28923 - Various Pumps and Motors - MOTION

Agenda Item : 5.

Summary: CHRISTOPHER CORTEZ dba SOUTH WESTERN ENVIRONMENTAL EQUIPMENT TECHNICIANS for Various Pumps and Motors for Houston Public Works - 232,625.00

- Enterprise Fund
Tagged Passions:equipment, environment, Public Works, and public works

Background: Sole Source for S64-N28923 - Approve the sole source purchase from Christopher Cortez dba South Western Environmental Equipment

Technicians in the total amount of 232,625.00 for various pumps and motors for Houston Public Works.
Tagged Passions:equipment, environment, purchasing, Public Works, and public works

Specific Explanation: The Director of Houston Public Works and the Chief Procurement Officer recommend that City Council approve the sole source

purchase of various pumps and motors in the total amount of 232,625.00 and that authorization be given to issue a purchase order to Christopher Cortez dba South Western Environmental Equipment Technicians.
Tagged Passions:equipment, council, environment, purchasing, Public Works, and public works

The scope of works requires the vendor to furnish and deliver (6) Penn Valley double disc pumps, (2) variable frequency drive control panels and (1)

set of recommended spare parts for the East Water Purification Plant (EWPP) located at 2300 Federal Road and Southeast Water Purification Plant (SEWPP) located at 3100 Genoa-Red Bluff Road. This purchase includes (1) day start-up training and (3) operator's manuals for the new equipment at the designated sites.
Tagged Passions:equipment, sites, streets, utility, Utility, water, purchasing, training, and plant

The new equipment will replace the existing pumps and motors which require constant repair and are considered high-wear equipment. The existing pumps

and motors are inoperable beyond economic repair and the repair cost exceed 70 of the costs of new pumps and motors. The importance of replacing these pumps and motors is to ensure that the East Water Purification Plant and Southeast Water Purification Plant are operating in compliance with the Texas Commission of Environmental Quality (T.C.E.Q). The vendor shall have 120 days to furnish and deliver the various pumps and motors after receipt of the City of Houston Purchase. The new equipment has a two-year warranty on material defects and workmanship.
Tagged Passions:equipment, boards and commissions, utility, Utility, water, environment, purchasing, plant, and compliance

Christopher Cortez dba South Western Environmental Equipment Technicians is the sole authorized sales representative for the municipal water and

wastewater market in the state of Texas for the Penn Valley model nos. 6DDSX76, 6DDSX17, and 6DDSX76-MK2.
Tagged Passions:equipment, sewer, market, sale, utility, Utility, water, and environment

This recommendation is made pursuant to section 252.022 (a)(7)(A) of the Texas Local Government Code, which provides that a procurement of items that

are available from only one source because of patents, copyrights, secret processes, or natural monopolies is exempt from the general competitive bidding requirements.
Tagged Passions:purchasing

M/WBE Participation: M/WBE Zero Percentage Goal document approved by the Office of Business Opportunity.

Tagged Passions:business

Hire Houston First:

Hire Houston First: This procurement is exempt from the City's Hire Houston First Ordinance. Bids/proposals were not solicited because the department

is utilizing a sole source contractor for the purchase.
Tagged Passions:rfp, RFP, ordinance, and purchasing

Fiscal Note: Funding for this item is included in the FY2019 Adopted Budget. Therefore, no Fiscal Note is required as stated in the Financial

Policies.
Tagged Passions:funding, finance, and budget

______________________________________ ___________________________________ Jerry Adams, Chief Procurement Officer Department Approval Authority

Finance/Strategic Procurement Division
Tagged Passions:finance, strategic, and purchasing

Estimated Spending Authority Department FY19 Out Years Total Houston Public Works 232,625.00 0.00 232,625.00

Tagged Passions:Public Works and public works

Amount of Funding: 232,625.00 - Combined Utility System General Purpose Fund (8305)

Tagged Passions:funding, utility, and Utility

Contact Information: Laura Guthrie, Purchasing Manager SPD 832-393-8735 Mary Smith, Procurement Specialist SPD 832-393-8719 Jedediah Greenfield,

Assistant Director HPW 832-395-3754
Tagged Passions:purchasing and manager

ATTACHMENTS: Description Type Signed coversheet Signed Cover sheet

CITY OF HOUSTON - CITY COUNCIL Meeting Date: 5/14/2019

ALL Item Creation Date: 4/30/2019

N28923 - Various Pumps and Motors - MOTION

Agenda Item : 18.

Background: Sole Source for S64-N28923 - Approve the sole source purchase from Christopher Cortez dba South Western Environmental Equipment

Technicians in the total amount of 232,625.00 for various pumps and motors for Houston Public Works.
Tagged Passions:equipment, environment, purchasing, Public Works, and public works

Specific Explanation: The Director of Houston Public Works and the Chief Procurement Officer recommend that City Council approve the sole source

purchase of various pumps and motors in the total amount of 232,625.00 and that authorization be given to issue a purchase order to Christopher Cortez dba South Western Environmental Equipment Technicians.
Tagged Passions:equipment, council, environment, purchasing, Public Works, and public works

The scope of works requires the vendor to furnish and deliver (6) Penn Valley double disc pumps, (2) variable frequency drive control panels and (1)

set of recommended spare parts for the East Water Purification Plant (EWPP) located at 2300 Federal Road and Southeast Water Purification Plant (SEWPP) located at 3100 Genoa-Red Bluff Road. This purchase includes (1) day start-up training and (3) operator's manuals for the new equipment at the designated sites.
Tagged Passions:equipment, sites, streets, utility, Utility, water, purchasing, training, and plant

The new equipment will replace the existing pumps and motors which require constant repair and are considered high-wear equipment. The existing pumps

and motors are inoperable beyond economic repair and the repair cost exceed 70 of the costs of new pumps and motors. The importance of replacing these pumps and motors is to ensure that the East Water Purification Plant and Southeast Water Purification Plant are operating in compliance with the Texas Commission of Environmental Quality (T.C.E.Q). The vendor shall have 120 days to furnish and deliver the various pumps and motors after receipt of the City of Houston Purchase. The new equipment has a two-year warranty on material defects and workmanship.
Tagged Passions:equipment, boards and commissions, utility, Utility, water, environment, purchasing, plant, and compliance

Christopher Cortez dba South Western Environmental Equipment Technicians is the sole authorized sales representative for the municipal water and

wastewater market in the state of Texas for the Penn Valley model nos. 6DDSX76, 6DDSX17, and 6DDSX76-MK2.
Tagged Passions:equipment, sewer, market, sale, utility, Utility, water, and environment

This recommendation is made pursuant to section 252.022 (a)(7)(A) of the Texas Local Government Code, which provides that a procurement of items that

are available from only one source because of patents, copyrights, secret processes, or natural monopolies is exempt from the general competitive bidding requirements.
Tagged Passions:purchasing

M/WBE Participation: M/WBE Zero Percentage Goal document approved by the Office of Business Opportunity.

Tagged Passions:business

Hire Houston First: This procurement is exempt from the City's Hire Houston First Ordinance. Bids/proposals were not solicited because the department

is utilizing a sole source contractor for the purchase.
Tagged Passions:rfp, RFP, ordinance, and purchasing

Fiscal Note: Funding for this item is included in the FY2019 Adopted Budget. Therefore, no Fiscal Note is required as stated in the Financial

Policies.
Tagged Passions:funding, finance, and budget

______________________________________ ___________________________________ Jerry Adams, Chief Procurement Officer Department Approval Authority

Finance/Strategic Procurement Division
Tagged Passions:finance, strategic, and purchasing

Estimated Spending Authority Department FY19 Out Years Total Houston Public Works 232,625.00 0.00 232,625.00

Tagged Passions:Public Works and public works

Amount of Funding:

Tagged Passions:funding

DocuSign Envelope ID: 40DC88B9-DB57-412B-B543-79A173B819D6

5/3/2019 5/16/2019

Amount of Funding: 232,625.00 - Combined Utility System General Purpose Fund (8305)

Tagged Passions:funding, utility, and Utility

Contact Information: Laura Guthrie, Purchasing Manager SPD 832-393-8735 Mary Smith, Procurement Specialist SPD 832-393-8719 Jedediah Greenfield,

Assistant Director HPW 832-395-3754
Tagged Passions:purchasing and manager

ATTACHMENTS: Description Type N28923 MWBE Zero Percent Goal Approved Backup Material N28923 Budget Form A - Fund 8305 Financial Information N28923

Form B Backup Material N28923 Fair Campaign Ordinance Backup Material N28923 Cleared Tax Report 03.18.19 Backup Material N28923 Affidavit of Ownership 03.11.19 Backup Material N28923 Sole Source Justification Backup Material N28923 Quote dtd .04.23.19 2617tx6-sx76 and 2888tx6-sc107 Backup Material N28923 Sole Source Attestation Letter 05.01.19 Backup Material Funding Verification Financial Information
Tagged Passions:funding, ordinance, finance, budget, taxes, and Taxes

DocuSign Envelope ID: 40DC88B9-DB57-412B-B543-79A173B819D6

CITY OF HOUSTON - CITY COUNCIL Meeting Date: 5/21/2019

ALL Item Creation Date: 4/28/2019

N28987 - Chemical Analyzers - MOTION

Agenda Item : 6.

Summary: SKALAR, INC for Chemical Analyzers for Houston Public Works - 132,750.00 - Enterprise Fund

Tagged Passions:Public Works and public works

Background: Sole Source for S85-N28987 Approve the sole source purchase from Skalar, Inc. for chemical analyzers in the total amount of 132,750.00

for Houston Public Works.
Tagged Passions:purchasing, Public Works, and public works

Specific Explanation: The Director of Houston Public Works and the Chief Procurement Officer recommend that City Council approve the sole source

purchase of chemical analyzers in the total amount of 132,750.00 from Skalar, Inc. for Houston Public Works and that authorization be given to issue a purchase order.
Tagged Passions:council, purchasing, Public Works, and public works

The scope of work requires the vendor to deliver one (1) SKALAR Three Probe BOD Analyzer and one (1) SKALAR ammonia analyzer which includes, but not

limited to installation and on-site training for the personnel located at 10500 Bellaire Blvd. Wastewater Operations (WWO) laboratory. The new units will come with a standard one-year warranty from the date of delivery. The SKALAR biochemical oxygen demand BOD analyzer has a unique configuration consisting of three optical probes and five trays that can hold up to ninety (90) sample bottles. This custom set-up allows the department to handle a large volume of daily tests which are crucial to understand the effect of discharge wastewater on the receiving environment. In addition, the current BOD analyzer is over twenty (20) years old and it is no longer supported by the original manufacturer, increasing the concern of obtaining unreliable results.
Tagged Passions:sewer, personnel, Conservation, environment, and training

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