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TOWN COUNCIL MEETING

TOWN OF GARNER

Town Council Meeting

February 18, 2020 7:00 p.m.

Garner Town Hall 900 7th Avenue

Garner, NC 27529

Town of Garner Regular Session Agenda

February 18, 2020

Dinner will be served for town officials in the Conference Room at 5:45 p.m.

The Council will meet in a Work Session at 7:00 p.m. in the Council Chambers located at 900 7th Avenue.

A. CALL MEETING TO ORDER/ROLL CALL: Mayor Ken Marshburn

B. PLEDGE OF ALLEGIENCE: Mayor ProTem Kathy Behringer

C. INVOCATION: Mayor ProTem Kathy Behringer

D. PETITIONS AND COMMENTS

This portion of the meeting is to receive comments from the public on items not included in this agenda. Citizens should sign up with the Town Clerk

to speak prior to the start of the meeting. The Board is interested in hearing your concerns but may not take action or deliberate on subject matter brought up during the Petitions and Comments segment. Topics requiring further investigation will be referred to the appropriate town officials or staff and may be scheduled for a future agenda.
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E. ADOPTION OF AGENDA

F. PRESENTATIONS

1. Wake BRT: Southern Corridor Project Kick-off . Page 3 Presenter: Gaby Lontos-Lawlor, Town Senior Planner and Het Patel, City of Raleigh Senior

Transit Planner
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The presentation will provide brief background into the Wake Transit Plan and the Wake Bus Rapid Transit (BRT) projects identified in the plan. There

will be an overview for the kick-off of Wake BRT: Southern Corridor project.
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G. CONSENT

1. Timber Drive Sidewalk Connectors project (C-5604RA) ...Page 7 Presenter: Chris Johnson, Town Engineer

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Award CEI contract to SEPI Engineering to cover professional services for construction administration and materials testing in conjunction with the

Timber Drive Sidewalk Connectors project (C-5604RA).
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Action: Consider authorizing Manager to execute contract with SEPI Engineering, Inc. upon contract concurrence from NCDOT.

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2. Minutes .Page 37 Presenter: Stella Gibson, Town Clerk

Council regular meeting and closed session minutes from December 17, 2019.

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Action: Consider approving minutes

3. Budget Amendment - 2020 Debt Refunding ..Page 44 Presenter: David Beck, Finance Director

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An opportunity to refund the 2010 Build America Bonds became known after the adoption of the original budget for FY 19-20. The amendment presented

covers revenue from the new lender, the redemption of the old bonds, and the associated issuance costs.
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Action: Consider adopting Ordinance (2020) 4041

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H. PUBLIC HEARING

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I. OLD/NEW BUSINESS

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1. Contract Approval for Space Needs Study . .Page 46 Presenter: Matt Roylance, Asst. Town Manager-Operations

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In preparation for upcoming discussions about the Town's next bond referendum, staff recommends hiring a consultant to forecast space needs and do

preliminary cost estimates for a new or expanded Public Works facility, Police large evidence storage, and general file storage.
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Action: Consider approving contract with IBI Group to perform a space needs study.

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J. COMMITTEE REPORTS

K. MANAGER REPORTS

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1. Garner Info 2. Building Permit Report

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3. BRT Public Meeting February 20, 4:00 p.m. 7:00 p.m. at the Garner Senior Center 4. Employee Pancake Breakfast Dates

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L. ATTORNEY REPORTS

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M. COUNCIL REPORTS

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N. ADJOURNMENT

Town of Garner Town Council Meeting

Agenda Form

Meeting Date: Subject: Location on Agenda: Department: Contact: Presenter: Brief Summary:

Recommended Motion and/or Requested Action:

Detailed Notes:

Funding Source:

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Cost: One Time: Annual: No Cost: Manager s Comments and Recommendations:

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Attachments Yes: No: Agenda Form Reviewed by:

Initials: Comments:

Department Head:

Finance Director:

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Town Attorney:

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Town Manager:

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Town Clerk:

Wake BRT: Southern Corridor Project Kick-off

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Planning Gaby Lontos-Lawlor, Senior Planner - Transportation

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Gaby Lontos-Lawlor, Senior Transportation Planner Het Patel, City of Raleigh Senior Transit Planner

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The presentation will provide brief background into the Wake Transit Plan and the Wake Bus Rapid Transit (BRT) projects identified in the plan. There

will be an overview for the kick-off of the Wake BRT: Southern Corridor project.
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Receive as information

Please review attached memo.

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JST

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February 18, 2020

Presentations

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Planning Department Memorandum

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TO: Honorable Mayor and Members of the Town Council

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FROM: Gaby Lontos-Lawlor, Senior Planner - Transportation

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SUBJECT: Wake BRT: Southern Corridor Project Kick-off

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DATE: February 12, 2020

This memo provides background into the Wake Transit Plan and the Wake Bus Rapid Transit (Wake BRT) projects identified in the plan. It also provides

an overview for the kick-off of Wake BRT: Southern Corridor project.
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Background/Summary

In November 2016, Wake County voters approved a transit-dedicated half-cent sales tax investment to expand and better connect the public transit

network throughout Wake County. The plan identified four (4) big moves/goals:
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1. Connect the region;

2. Connect all Wake County communities;

3. Provide frequent, reliable urban mobility; and,

4. Enhance access to transit.

To achieve these goals the Wake Transit Plan implementation includes the following transit improvements in Wake County: Expanding bus service,

improving bus stops and shelters, implementing bus rapid transit and building a 37-mile commuter rail system.
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Wake Bus Rapid Transit (Wake BRT) Program

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The Wake Transit Plan calls for building approximately 20 miles of BRT lanes. The four (4) Wake BRT corridors include:

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1. Wake BRT: New Bern Avenue from downtown Raleigh to New Hope Road

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2. Wake BRT: Southern Corridor S. Saunders Street/S. Wilmington Street from downtown Raleigh to Purser Drive in Garner

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3. Wake BRT: Western Corridor from downtown Raleigh to downtown Cary along Western Boulevard and three (3) alternatives heading into Cary

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4. Wake BRT: Northern Corridor from downtown Raleigh to Crabtree Boulevard along either Capital Boulevard or West Street.

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In 2017 and 2018, the Capital Area MPO (CAMPO) initiated and completed the Major Investment Study (MIS) to further examine the four (4) BRT

corridors. The MIS produced the following documents to guide the implementation of Wake BRT projects:
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BRT Peer Review examined other BRT projects around the country and provided insights for implementing BRT in Wake County.

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BRT Existing Conditions reviewed current physical and human environment conditions of corridors where BRT is proposed in Wake County, and provided an

assessment of the travel markets for BRT.
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BRT Design Standards and Performance Measures provided goals for high-performing BRT service in Wake County, and provided metrics to evaluate how

proposed BRT projects would perform.
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BRT Transportation Problem Identification Statement explained which transportation challenges BRT is meant to address as part of the Wake Transit

Plan.
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BRT Evaluation Framework Results applied the BRT Design Standards and Performance Measures to proposed BRT corridors in Wake County to evaluate their

potential benefits, and identify issues to be studied further for implementation by the project sponsor.
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At the end of the MIS process, CAMPO designated City of Raleigh as the project sponsor for implementation of Wake BRT projects.

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Wake BRT: Southern Corridor

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The City of Raleigh Department of Transportation Transit Division (RDOT) staff has organized the kick-off meetings for Wake BRT: Southern Corridor.

The Southern BRT Corridor would connect Downtown Raleigh with North South Station and Purser Drive in Garner. The two (2) open house style kick-off meetings will include presentation of BRT alignment alternatives for the corridor from the MIS and highlights from other previous planning studies in the area including the City of Raleigh s Southern Gateway Study and the Town of Garner Comprehensive Plan and Transportation Plan (Garner Forward). The RDOT staff and Town of Garner staff will be available to discuss the alignment alternatives, answer questions and receive input. The two (2)
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meetings will have identical information and structure, one meeting will be held in Garner and the other in Raleigh. The meeting location and

information are provided below:

Date: February 20, 2020

Location: Garner Senior Center

Address: 205 E Garner Road, Garner NC 27529

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Time: 4:00pm 7:00pm (presentation at 5:30pm)

Date: February 24, 2020

Location: Victory Church

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Address: 2825 S Wilmington Street, Raleigh NC 27603

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Time: 4:00pm 7:00pm (presentation at 5:30pm)

RDOT staff and Town of Garner staff will present select kick-off meeting materials to Town Council at the February 18, 2020 meeting. The feedback

received through public engagement efforts will be used to develop recommendations for the Locally Preferred Alternative (LPA). Recommendation for LPA is anticipated in Spring 2020.
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Town of Garner Town Council Meeting

Agenda Form

Meeting Date: Subject: Location on Agenda: Department: Contact: Presenter: Brief Summary:

Recommended Motion and/or Requested Action:

Detailed Notes:

Funding Source:

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Cost: One Time: Annual: No Cost: Manager s Comments and Recommendations:

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Attachments Yes: No: Agenda Form Reviewed by:

Initials: Comments:

Department Head:

Finance Director:

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Town Attorney:

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Town Manager:

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Town Clerk:

Timber Drive Sidewalk Connectors (C-5604RA) - CEI Contract Award - SEPI Engineering

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Engineering Chris Johnson, PE

Chris Johnson, PE

To award CEI contract to SEPI Engineering to cover professional services for construction administration and materials testing in conjunction with

the Timber Drive Sidewalk Connectors project (C-5604RA).
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Authorize Manager to execute contract with SEPI Engineering, Inc. upon contract concurrence from NCDOT.

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A solicitation to procure professional services for construction administration and materials testing was advertised in November 2019. Following

receipt of 8 proposals, Town staff scored the proposals based on criteria outlined in the solicitation. Staff recommended SEPI Engineering, which received concurrence from NCDOT. SEPI submitted their fee, which was also reviewed and approved by both Town staff and NCDOT. It is now appropriate to obtain concurrence from Town Council to both select SEPI and approve the construction engineering inspection services fee so a contract may be executed by the Town Manager (pending final contract concurrence by NCDOT).
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General Fund - To be later reimbursed through municipal agreement with NCDOT

74,915.43

CJ

RD

February 18, 2020

Consent

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Town of Garner

900 7th Avenue Garner, North Carolina 27529 Phone (919) 772-4688 Fax (919) 662-8874 www.GarnerNC.gov

ENGINEERING DEPARTMENT MEMORANDUM

DATE: February 4, 2020

TO: John Hodges, Assistant Town Manager

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FROM: Chris Johnson, PE - Town Engineer

RE: Timber Drive Sidewalk Connectors (C-5604RA) CEI Contract (SEPI Engineering)

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In conjunction with the recent construction contract bid award, staff solicited a Request for Letters of Intent (RFLOI) in November 2019 in

accordance with NCDOT guidelines to procure professional services to provide construction administration and materials testing services on the above referenced project. The work covered under this professional services contract is also eligible for partial reimbursement through the Town s municipal agreement with NCDOT for the C-5064RA project (80 federal/20 local match). The Town received a total of 8 proposals.
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The Town created a RFLOI selection team composed of 2 staff members within the Engineering Department (Assistant Town Engineer and Construction

Inspector) and 1 staff member from the Planning Department (Transportation Planner). Each member of the selection team independently scored firms based on the criteria outlined in the RFLOI (1- Firm s experience, 2-Proposed staff experience, and 3- Firm s understanding of project specific issues). Based on the scoring results of the Town s selection team, SEPI was unanimously identified as the most qualified firm. This selection was submitted to NCDOT for review/concurrence, which was approved on December 31, 2019 (letter attached for reference).
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Following the initial consultant selection and scoring concurrence from NCDOT, SEPI prepared and submitted a fee for the work scope on this project.

The fee was reviewed by Town staff and also submitted to NCDOT for their review/concurrence. The CEI fee was reviewed and approved by NCDOT on February 3, 2020 (letter attached for reference).
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Given the completion of the RFLOI solicitation process, including both the consultant selection and fee review, it is now appropriate to obtain

concurrence from Town Council to select SEPI and approve the fee as submitted so a contract may be executed, pending final concurrence with the contract by NCDOT. Standard contract provisions for Non-Federal Entity Contract Under Federal Awards (attached) have been provided by NCDOT so the applicable provisions are incorporated into the Town s standard contract template to ensure all federally funded contract requirements are properly addressed. The Interim Town Attorney has been made aware of these provisions and has approved the amended contract with these provisions incorporated.
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STAFF RECOMMENDATION Award the CEI contract for the Timber Drive Sidewalks Connectors (C-5604RA) to SEPI Engineering in the amount of 74,916 and

authorize the Town Manager to execute the CEI contract following final contract concurrence by NCDOT.
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Enclosures

cc: David Beck, Finance Director

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STATE OF NORTH CAROLINA DEPARTMENT OF TRANSPORTATION

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ROY COOPER JAMES H. TROGDON, III GOVERNOR SECRETARY

Mailing Address: NC DEPARTMENT OF TRANSPORTATION TRANSPORTATION PROGRAM MGMT 1595 MAIL SERVICE CENTER RALEIGH, NC 27699-1595

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Telephone: (919) 707-6600 Fax: (919) 212-5711

Customer Service: 1-877-368-4968

Website: www.ncdot.gov

Location: 1020 BIRCH RIDGE DRIVE

RALEIGH, NC 27610

December 31, 2019

Mr. Chris Johnson, PE Town Engineer Town of Garner via EBS Portal

RE: Concurrence with Consultant Selection Process Town of Garner, Wake County TIP C-5604RA; WBS Element: 43714.3.13 Project Name: Timber Drive

Sidewalk Connectors
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Dear Mr. Johnson:

This letter is to advise that the Department of Transportation concurs with the selection of SEPI as a result of your recent RFQ process on the

subject project. The Town should retain documentation related to evaluation and selection of the consultant(s) in the event of an audit. This letter also serves as your authorization to commence negotiations with this firm to perform the required Construction Administration and Material Testing services.
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Following are directions to the estimate form that must be completed by the consultant as a part of the negotiation process. The Department will need

to review the completed document to verify that it is within an acceptable cost range.
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Construction Engineering and Inspection:

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Go to https://connect.ncdot.gov Click on Doing Business Click on Consultants Click on Guidelines and Forms Under Forms, select CEI (and VARIOUS)

TECHNICIANS SCOPE and ESTIMATE
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Form IMPORTANT: Please follow directions on forms for downloading, entering, and saving data to ensure that the formulas will work correctly.

After review by the Town, please submit the form to me for further review by the Department. If you have any questions, please contact me at

919-707-6626 or by e-mail at mtmatthews@ncdot.gov.

Sincerely,

Marta Matthews Local Programs Management Office

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STATE OF NORTH CAROLINA DEPARTMENT OF TRANSPORTATION

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ROY COOPER JAMES H. TROGDON, III GOVERNOR SECRETARY

Mailing Address: NC DEPARTMENT OF TRANSPORTATION TRANSPORTATION PROGRAM MGMT 1595 MAIL SERVICE CENTER RALEIGH, NC 27699-1595

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Telephone: (919) 707-6600 Fax: (919) 212-5711

Customer Service: 1-877-368-4968

Website: www.ncdot.gov

Location: 1020 BIRCH RIDGE DRIVE

RALEIGH, NC 27610

February 3, 2020

Mr. Chris Johnson, PE Town Engineer Town of Garner

SUBJECT: Final Review of Cost Proposal Town of Garner, Wake County

Project TIP : C-5604RA; WBS Element: 43714.3.13 Federal Aid : CMAQ 508(009) Timber Drive Sidewalk

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Dear Mr. Johnson:

The Department of Transportation has reviewed the cost proposal from SEPI and concurs with the estimated cost of 74,915.43 as reasonable and

appropriate with Department policies and guidelines.
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If the scope of work with the consultant is modified and the costs change, please submit a new cost estimate for the additional work for Department

review, prior to entering into a supplemental agreement with the consultant.
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At this time, please submit a draft contract for review. You may find Contract Provisions for Non-Federal Entities on our website at

https://connect.ncdot.gov/municipalities/Funding/Pages/default.aspx. It is the LGA s responsibility to ensure applicable federal contract provisions are included in your contract with your consultant.
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If you have any questions, please contact me at 919-707-6626. Thank you.

Sincerely,

Marta Matthews Local Programs Management Office

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Roy Cooper

MEMORANDUM TO: Sheila Gibbs Division of Aviation

SUBJECT: Review of Costs/Rates Proposed By Sepi Town of Garner - Timber Drive Sidewalk C-5604RA

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1. Purpose Scope

We have reviewed the proposed costs/rates of the above to determine if they are allowable. This review is in accordance with procedures of the North

Carolina Department of Transportation External Audit Branch.
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2. Results of Review

A. Sepi

Amount Costs Costs Not Description Proposed Questioned Evaluated

Direct Labor 28,795.63 - -

Overhead 33,464.28 - -

Fee 5,603.40 - -

Cost of Capital 213.09 - -

Direct Costs 6,839.03 - -

TOTAL 74,915.43 -

GOVERNOR 01/30/20 SECRETARY

STATE OF NORTH CAROLINA DEPARTMENT OF TRANSPORTATION

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James H. Trogdon, III

NCDOT Office of the Inspector General Consultant, Utility, Rail, Turnpike 1507 Mail Service Center Raleigh, NC 27699-1507

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919-707-4597 Fax: 919-715-2710

gchestnut@ncdot.gov

Transportation Building 1 South Wilmington Street

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Raleigh, NC

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3. Recommendations

A. Please respond in writing as to the results of final negotiations.

B. It is requested that a copy of the final cost/rate estimate be attached to the agreement when entered into SAP. Please scan a copy of this audit

report as well.
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Lonnetta Raynor, Manager Consultant, Utility, Rail, Turnpike

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Alisha Pruitt Senior External Auditor Consultant, Utility, Rail, Turnpike

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Prepared By:

NCDOT Office of the Inspector General Consultant, Utility, Rail, Turnpike 1507 Mail Service Center Raleigh, NC 27699-1507

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919-707-4597 Fax: 919-715-2710

gchestnut@ncdot.gov

Transportation Building 1 South Wilmington Street

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Raleigh, NC

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Rev. 2/7/2020

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NORTH CAROLINA WAKE COUNTY

CONTRACT FOR ENGINEERING SERVICES

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THIS CONTRACT is entered into by and between SEPI Engineering Construction, Inc. hereinafter referred to as the Engineer and the Town of Garner, a

North Carolina municipal corporation. hereinafter referred to as the Town .
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WITN ESSETH

WHEREAS, the Town desires to procure an Engineer to perform services, and

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WHEREAS, the Town has completed necessary steps for retention of professional and other services under applicable Town policies, and

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WHEREAS, the Town has agreed to engage the Engineer and the Engineer has agreed to contract with the Town for performance of services as described,

and according to the further terms and conditions, set forth herein.
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NOW THEREFORE, in consideration of sums to be paid to the Engineer, and other good and valuable consideration the Engineer and Town do contract and

agree as follows:
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1. Scope of Services/Description of Project Project C-5604RA Timber Drive Sidewalk will involve the construction of sidewalks along Timber Drive (SR

2812) on the south side of Timber Drive between Stowe Place and Blanton Street, and between Harth Drive and Timber Crossing Shopping Center that will add approximately 0.7 miles of five (5) foot wide sidewalks and accessibility ramps to provide continuous sidewalk facilities on the south side of Timber Drive.
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The Engineer will serve as the Town's professional engineering representative in those tasks of the project to which this Contract applies and will

give consultation and advice to the Town during the performance of their services.
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The Engineer will provide services as described in the following Exhibits, which are attached to and made part of this Contract. Scope of Services,

Schedule of Fees, and Contract Provisions for Non-Federal Entity Contracts Under Federal Awards.
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The Engineer now has or will secure at their expense, including subconsultants, all personnel and facilities required to perform the services to be

rendered under this Contract. Such personnel are not employees of, nor have they any direct contractual relationship with the Town. The Engineer is authorized to engage subconsultants, including surveyors, geotechnical and materials testing firms, to assist in the work included under this Contract to the extent such services are included herein. No subcontract work is authorized for which the Town will incur any costs beyond those agreed upon and set forth in Section 4.
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2. Services Provided by the Town It is understood that certain services as required may be performed and/or furnished by the Town These services may

include the following:
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Assist the Engineer by placing at their disposal all available information pertinent to the project, including previous reports and other relative

data;

Assist in gaining access to and making all provisions for the Engineer to enter upon public and private property as required for performance of their

services described herein;
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Examine all studies, reports, sketches, drawings, specifications, proposals and other documents prepared by the Engineer, obtaining advice of legal

counsel and/or such other consultants as the Town deems appropriate for such examination and rendering in writing decisions pertaining thereto within a reasonable time so as not to delay the service of the Engineer;
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Giving prompt written notice to the Engineer whenever the Town observes or otherwise becomes aware of any problems or changed circumstances in the

project;

Furnishing the Engineer in a timely manner with copies of pertinent correspondence relating to this project, which would not have otherwise been

delivered to the Engineer;

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