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AGENDA CITY OF HOUSTON . CITY COUNCIL

Tagged Interests: council

July 21 22, 2020

MAYOR SYLVESTER TURNER

CONTROLLER CHRIS B. BROWN

DISTRICT COUNCIL MEMBERS Amy Peck District A

Tagged Interests: council

Jerry Davis District B

Abbie Kamin District C

Carolyn Evans-Shabazz District D

Dave Martin District E

Tiffany D. Thomas District F

Greg Travis District G

Karla Cisneros District H

Robert Gallegos District I

Edward Pollard District J

Martha Castex-Tatum District K

AT-LARGE COUNCIL MEMBERS Mike Knox Position 1

Tagged Interests: council

David W. Robinson Position 2

Michael Kubosh Position 3

Letitia Plummer Position 4

Sallie Alcorn Position 5

Marta Crinejo Director - City Council Agenda Pat Jefferson Daniel Interim 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.
Tagged Interests: Homebuilder and boards and commissions

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.
Tagged Interests: annexation

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
Tagged Interests: council and annexation

AGENDA - COUNCIL MEETING Tuesday, July 21, 2020 - 2:00 PM Virtual Meeting

PRESENTATIONS

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

Council Member Robinson Due to health and safety concerns related to COVID-19, this meeting will be conducted virtually via Microsoft Teams, a

web-conferencing platform and streamed as usual on the City s website (https://www.houstontx.gov/htv/index.html), Facebook site (https://www.facebook.com/pg/HoustonTelevision/videos/) and the municipal channel on public television. The Council Members will be participating by videoconference in accordance with the provisions of Section 551.127 of the Texas Government Code that have not been suspended by order of the Governor. Public comment will be allowed on Tuesday via teleconference at (936) 755-1521; Conference ID 918 318 646 and details for signing up and participating are posted at https://www.houstontx.gov/council/meetingsinfo.html. Members of the public may call in Wednesday via teleconference at (936) 755-1521; Conference ID 499 723 543 , however no public input will be allowed.
Tagged Interests: coronavirus, health, council, social media law, information technology, and Information Technology

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.
Tagged Interests: council

NOTE: If a translator is required, please advise when reserving time to speak

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RECESS

RECONVENE

DESCRIPTIONS OR CAPTIONS OF AGENDA ITEMS WILL BE READ BY THE

CITY SECRETARY PRIOR TO COMMENCEMENT

HEARINGS

Tagged Interests: hearing

1. PUBLIC HEARING regarding Walkable Places and Transit Oriented Development to encourage pedestrian friendly, mixed-use development with an

enhanced, walkable public realm along certain urban corridors, light rails and the Rapid Bus Transit Routes
Tagged Interests: development, Public Transit, transportation, Development, hearing, commercial, corridor, and Pedestrian

MAYOR'S REPORT

CONSENT AGENDA NUMBERS 2 through 29

MISCELLANEOUS - NUMBER 2

2. RECOMMENDATION from Director Houston Airport System for approval of the issuance of a Work Order under the Job Order Contract with HORIZON

INTERNATIONAL GROUP to make ready the modular building to be used as the temporary facility for Houston Fire Department (HFD) personnel during construction of a new facility to replace the existing ARFF Station 81 at William P. Hobby Airport (HOU), Project No. 516L - DISTRICT I - GALLEGOS
Tagged Interests: Homebuilder, construction, facility, airport, personnel, contract, and fire departments and districts

ACCEPT WORK - NUMBER 3

3. RECOMMENDATION from Director Houston Public Works for approval of final contract amount of 15,463,712.02 and acceptance of work on contract with

HARPER BROTHERS CONSTRUCTION, LLC for Gillette Trunkline (Tuam, Smith, Elgin Segments) Drainage and Paving Improvements - 0.83 under the original contract amount - DISTRICT C - KAMIN
Tagged Interests: pavement, construction, contract, Public Works, public works, and stormwater

PROPERTY - NUMBER 4

Tagged Interests: property

4. RECOMMENDATION from City Attorney to deposit the amount of the Award of Special Commissioners into the Registry of the Court and pay the City s

costs of court in connection with eminent domain proceedings styled City of Houston v. Diajeff, LLC, et al.; Cause No. 1145937; for acquisition of 2696 square feet of land, for Easement Acquisition for the WEST BELLFORT PAVING AND DRAINAGE PROJECT - DISTRICT F - THOMAS
Tagged Interests: pavement, legal, commercial, eminent domain, easement, court, and stormwater

PURCHASING AND TABULATION OF BIDS - NUMBERS 5 through 7

Tagged Interests: rfp, RFP, and purchasing

5. DOGGETT HEAVY MACHINERY SERVICES, LLC for purchase of Various Trailers to transport material and equipment through the Interlocal Agreement for

Cooperative Purchasing with the Texas Local Purchasing Cooperative (BuyBoard) and the Houston-Galveston Area Council for the Fleet Management Department on behalf of Houston Public Works - 282,500.00 - Enterprise and Other Funds
Tagged Interests: funding, equipment, council, services, purchasing, Public Works, and public works

6. D7 ROOFING METAL, LLC for Emergency Purchase of Roof Replacement of the East Water Purification Plant (EWPP) for the Houston Public Works -

154,700.00 - Enterprise Fund
Tagged Interests: utility, Utility, emergency, water, purchasing, plant, Public Works, and public works

7. THE YELLOWSTONE LANDSCAPE - CENTRAL, INC for approval of spending authority for Grounds Maintenance and Landscaping Services through the

Interlocal Agreement for Cooperative Purchasing with the Harris County Department of Education for Various Departments - 248,875.75 - General and Central Service Revolving Funds
Tagged Interests: funding, services, purchasing, buildings and grounds, and education

ORDINANCES - NUMBERS 8 through 29

Tagged Interests: ordinance

8. ORDINANCE amending City of Houston Ordinance No. 2019-964 relating to the rescheduling or postponement of certain City Council Meetings to

postpone the meeting scheduled for Tuesday, August 11 and Wednesday, August 12, 2020
Tagged Interests: ordinance and council

9. ORDINANCE approving and authorizing Grant Agreement between City of Houston and BP CORPORATION NORTH AMERICA INC for support of the City of

Houston s Climate Action Plan; declaring the City s eligibility for such Grant; approving and authorizing the acceptance of such Grant from BP Corporation North America Inc to the City; authorizing the Director of the City of Houston s Administration and Regulatory Affairs Department to act on behalf of the City for the purpose of the Grant and to apply for and accept all subsequent awards, if any
Tagged Interests: grant, regulation, ordinance, and environment

10. ORDINANCE amending and ratifying Ordinance Nos. 2015-77, 2017-821, 2013-89 relating to the Series G, H-2 and J Commercial Paper Programs

pertaining to the authorized purposes of such Commercial Paper Programs
Tagged Interests: ordinance, program, and commercial

11. ORDINANCE amending Ordinance No. 2017-0949 (passed on December 5, 2017, and amending Ordinance No. 2017-0080 of February 5, 2017) to increase the

maximum contract amount for contract between City of Houston and TETRA TECH, INC for Disaster Management Recovery and Consulting Services; declaring the City s intent to seek reimbursement from the Federal Emergency Management Agency and other eligible sources for such expenditures - 21,000,000.00 - Grant Fund
Tagged Interests: grant, ordinance, contract, services, emergency, and disaster management

12. ORDINANCE approving and authorizing payment to HOUSTON RECOVERY CENTER LGC for full Fiscal Year 2021 operating expenses for the Houston Center

for Sobriety pursuant to an Interlocal Agreement between City of Houston and the HOUSTON RECOVERY CENTER LGC - 1,646,624.00 - General Fund
Tagged Interests: ordinance

13. ORDINANCE approving and authorizing an agreement between City of Houston and FIFTH WARD COMMUNITY REDEVELOPMENT CORPORATION to provide Community

Development Block Grant Funds for the administration and operation of the Homeownership Promotion and Preservation Program to provide Counseling Services to low-to-moderate income persons to obtain Financial Coaching, Foreclosure Counseling, Post Purchase Counseling while they rebuild their homes and assist displaced residents in finding safe housing - 726,512.00 - Grant Fund - DISTRICT B - DAVIS
Tagged Interests: funding, grant, ordinance, finance, development, services, program, purchasing, Development, preservation, cdbg, community development, and housing

14. ORDINANCE approving and authorizing Subrecipient Agreement between City of Houston and HOUSTON AREA COMMUNITY SERVICES, INC d/b/a AVENUE 360 to

provide up to 185,755.00 in Housing Opportunities for Persons With AIDS Coronavirus Funds for Short-Term Rent, Mortgage, and Utility Assistance, along with Supportive Services, to HOPWA eligible clients impacted by COVID-19 to help prevent homelessness
Tagged Interests: coronavirus, funding, ordinance, utility, Utility, services, and housing

15. ORDINANCE approving and authorizing Transportation Network Company (TNC) Operating Agreements between City of Houston, Texas, and RAISER

Tagged Interests: ordinance, transportation, and ride sharing and hailing

INC, doing business as UBER, and LYFT INC, at George Bush Intercontinental Airport/Houston and William P. Hobby Airport - 5 Years - DISTRICTS B -

DAVIS and I - GALLEGOS
Tagged Interests: business, airport, and ride sharing and hailing

16. ORDINANCE appropriating 2,878,320.60 out of Airports Renewal and Replacement Fund, awarding construction contract to THE GONZALEZ GROUP, LP for

the Restroom Renovation Project (Project 209); 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 testing, and contingencies relating to restroom renovations financed by Airport System Airports Renewal and Replacement Fund - DISTRICT I - GALLEGOS
Tagged Interests: rfp, RFP, funding, ordinance, construction, finance, airport, bond, contract, and insurance

17. ORDINANCE appropriating 2,500,000.00 from HAS Renewal and Replacement Fund, deappropriating 22,500,000.00 from HAS Airport Improvement Fund, and

appropriating 22,500,000.00 from Airport System Consolidated 2011 NonAMT Construction Fund for On-Call Design Services Contracts between City of Houston and REYNOLDS, SMITH AND HILLS, INC, JACOBS ENGINEERING GROUP, INC, HKS, INC, and ATKINS NORTH AMERICA, INC, (Projects Nos. 715D, 715E, 715F and 715G) - 5 Years - DISTRICTS B - DAVIS; E - MARTIN and I - GALLEGOS
Tagged Interests: ordinance, construction, airport, contract, services, and engineering

18. ORDINANCE appropriating 2,975,000.00 from HAS Renewal and Replacement Fund, deappropriating 4,043,000.00 from HAS Airport Improvement Fund, and

appropriating 4,043,000.00 from Airport System Consolidated 2011 NonAMT Construction Fund for On-Call Design Services Contracts between City of Houston and MOLINA WALKER ALMAGUER ARCHITECTS, INC, ENGLISH ASSOCIATES ARCHITECTS, INC, OTHON, INC, IEA, INC, TEAM PLUS BUILD, LLC, RDLR ARCHITECTS, GUNDA CORPORATION, and ATSER, LP (Project Nos. 925A, 925B, 925C, 925D, 925E, 925F, 925G and 925H) 5 Years - DISTRICTS B - DAVIS; E - MARTIN and I - GALLEGOS
Tagged Interests: ordinance, construction, airport, contract, and services

19. ORDINANCE approving and authorizing contract between City of Houston a n d GOLDWATER PROJECT, LLC, for Wholesale Water Provider Platform Solution

and Related Services for Houston Public Works; providing a maximum contract amount - 1 Year with two one-year options - 111,000.00 - Enterprise Fund
Tagged Interests: ordinance, utility, Utility, contract, services, water, Public Works, and public works

20. ORDINANCE awarding contract to MISTER SWEEPER, LP for Downtown Street Sweeping Services for Houston Public Works; providing a maximum contract

amount - 3 Years with two one-year options - 892,714.75 - Enterprise Fund
Tagged Interests: ordinance, streets, contract, downtown, services, Public Works, and public works

21. ORDINANCE approving and authorizing Revocable Outgrant License for non-federal use of property between City of Houston, Texas, and THE UNITED

STATES OF AMERICA, DEPARTMENT OF TRANSPORTATION, FEDERAL AVIATION ADMINISTRATION, for certain premises at 8862 Everglade Drive, Houston, Texas, for the Settegast Communications Tower and Equipment Shelter for the Radio Communications Division of Houston Information Technology Services; establishing a maximum contract amount - 183,360.00 - Central Service Revolving Fund - DISTRICT I - GALLEGOS
Tagged Interests: ordinance, equipment, radio, contract, cell tower, Cell tower, transportation, services, Technology, communications, technology, property, license, Communications, information technology, and Information Technology

22. ORDINANCE approving and authorizing first amendment to an Interlocal Agreement between City of Houston and TEXAS A M ENGINEERING EXPERIMENT

STATION for Energy Services (Approved by Ordinance 2020-0395) - DISTRICTS H - CISNEROS and I - GALLEGOS
Tagged Interests: ordinance, services, engineering, and energy

23. ORDINANCE approving and authorizing the submission of an electronic application for and acceptance of Grant Funds from the MOTOR VEHICLE CRIME

PREVENTION AUTHORITY ( Grant ); declaring the City s eligibility for such Grant; authorizing the Police Chief of the City of Houston Police Department to act as the City s representative to act as the City s representative in the application process, to apply for, accept, and expend the Grant Funds if awarded, and to apply for, accept, and expend all subsequent awards, if any, pertaining to the Grant and to extend the budget period
Tagged Interests: funding, grant, ordinance, budget, public safety, and crime

24. ORDINANCE consenting to the addition of 9.1076 acres of land to FORT BEND COUNTY MUNICIPAL UTILITY DISTRICT NO. 25, for inclusion in its district

Tagged Interests: ordinance, utility, and Utility

25. ORDINANCE consenting to the addition of 3.225 acres of land to NORTHWOOD MUNICIPAL UTILITY DISTRICT NO. 1 , for inclusion in its district

Tagged Interests: ordinance, utility, and Utility

26. ORDINANCE consenting to the addition of 7.907 acres of land to NORTHPOINTE WATER CONTROL and IMPROVEMENT DISTRICT , for inclusion in its district

Tagged Interests: ordinance, utility, Utility, and water

27. ORDINANCE consenting to the addition of 89.778 acres of land to WEST HARRIS COUNTY MUNICIPAL UTILITY DISTRICT NO. 15, for inclusion in its

district
Tagged Interests: ordinance, utility, and Utility

28. ORDINANCE consenting to the addition of 30.57 acres of land to WEST HARRIS COUNTY MUNICIPAL UTILITY DISTRICT NO. 15, for inclusion in its

district
Tagged Interests: ordinance, utility, and Utility

29. ORDINANCE approving and authorizing second amendment to agreement between City of Houston and TEXAS WATER DEVELOPMENT BOARD for administering the

Federal Emergency Management Agency s Flood Mitigation Assistance Program (as Approved by Ordinance No. 2016-0735)
Tagged Interests: ordinance, boards and commissions, utility, development, Utility, program, emergency, water, flooding, and Development

END OF CONSENT AGENDA

CONSIDERATION OF MATTERS REMOVED FROM CONSENT AGENDA

MATTERS HELD - NUMBER 30

30. REQUEST from Mayor for the confirmation of the appointment or reappointment of the following individuals to the BOARD OF DIRECTORS OF THE HOUSTON

LAND BANK (HLB), formerly known as LAND ASSEMBLAGE REDEVELOPMENT AUTHORITY (LARA) for terms scheduled to expire December 31, 2021: Position One - DAVID L. COLLINS, reappointment Position Two - VICTOR A. MONDRAG N, appointment (due to clerical error, was previously listed as VINCENT A. MONDRAG N) Position Three - MATT ZEIS, reappointment and to serve as Chair Position Four - JESUS DEANDA, reappointment
Tagged Interests: boards and commissions and appointments

Position Five - LAURIE VIGNAUD, appointment NON-VOTING ADVISORY MEMBERS:

Tagged Interests: boards and commissions, appointments, and voting

NICHOLAS J. FORAN ELIJAH J. WILLIAMS KELLEN ZALE DELAYED BY MOTION 2020-372, 7/15/2020 This was Item 4 on Agenda of July 15, 2020

MATTERS TO BE PRESENTED BY COUNCIL - Council Member Evans- Shabazz 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.
Tagged Interests: council

CITY COUNCIL RESERVES THE RIGHT TO TAKE UP AGENDA ITEMS OUT OF THE ORDER IN WHICH THEY ARE POSITIONED IN 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: 7/21/2020

Item Creation Date:

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CITY COUNCIL CHAMBER VIRTUAL MEETING TUESDAY JULY 21, 2020 2:00 PM

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AGENDA

3 MIN 3 MIN 3 MIN

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SYNETHIA HALL 1515 Sydnor St. 77020 832-886-7771 COVID-19

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ART SMITH 5309 Sonora St. 77020 832-258-5776 Houston District B

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CITY OF HOUSTON - CITY COUNCIL Meeting Date: 7/21/2020

District I Item Creation Date: 7/9/2020

HAS - Job Order Contract (JOC) Work Order - Horizon International Group, LLC; Project 516L

Tagged Interests: contract

Agenda Item : 2.

Summary: RECOMMENDATION from Director Houston Airport System for approval of the issuance of a Work Order under the Job Order Contract with HORIZON

INTERNATIONAL GROUP to make ready the modular building to be used as the temporary facility for Houston Fire Department (HFD) personnel during construction of a new facility to replace the existing ARFF Station 81 at William P. Hobby Airport (HOU), Project No. 516L - DISTRICT I - GALLEGOS
Tagged Interests: Homebuilder, construction, facility, airport, personnel, contract, and fire departments and districts

Background: RECOMMENDATION: Pass a Motion approving the issuance of a Job Order Contract (JOC) Work Order in an amount not to exceed 1,000,000.00 for

work on a modular building to function as the temporary facility to house the existing Aircraft Rescue and Firefighting (ARFF) Station 81 located at William P. Hobby Airport (HOU) until a new facility can be built. (Project 516L)
Tagged Interests: Homebuilder, facility, airport, and contract

SPECIFIC EXPLANATION: On June 7, 2017, City Council approved Job Order Contracts (JOC) with Jamail Smith Construction, LP (516J), Brown Root

Industrial Services, LLC (516K), Horizon International Group, LLC (516L), and Centennial Contractors Enterprises, Inc. (516M) for Operations/Maintenance and Capital Project Services for the Houston Airport System (HAS). The cumulative maximum contract amount was set at 20,000,000.00, and the term of the contracts are two years with three one-year options.
Tagged Interests: contractor, construction, council, airport, industrial, capital spending, contract, Capital Spending, and services

The Job Order Contracting delivery method is used for construction, repairs, rehabilitations, or alterations of various facilities. This alternative

delivery method allows HAS to expedite smaller construction projects by having contracts in place that provide these services. Additionally, JOC contracts can help HAS respond quickly to emergency situations. The Contracts require that work orders exceeding 450,000.00 be submitted for City Council approval.
Tagged Interests: construction, council, contract, services, and emergency

On August 15, 2018, City Council approved Motion 2018-0405 authorizing the issuance of a Not- to-Exceed Work Order of 800,000.00 to Brown Root

Industrial Services (Project 516K) for the purpose of repairing a critical column that supports the IAH Terminal B West Flight Station.
Tagged Interests: council, industrial, and services

On April 10, 2019, City Council approved a 7,500,000.00 appropriation to the Project 516JKLM Contracts from the HAS Renewal and Replacement Fund

(8010) to replace equivalent funding
Tagged Interests: funding, council, and contract

from the HAS Revenue Fund (8001).

On December 4, 2019, City Council approved the lease of one modular building through the Texas Local Government Purchasing Cooperative (BuyBoard) for

HAS. The modular building will be used as the temporary facility for Houston Fire Department (HFD) personnel during construction of a new facility to replace the existing ARFF Station 81.
Tagged Interests: Homebuilder, construction, council, facility, leasing, personnel, fire departments and districts, and purchasing

To become operational and building code compliant, the modular building will require the construction of utility connections, ADA ramps, fire

protection, and information technology systems. Due to the urgency of this project, HAS elected to use JOC to complete the necessary construction to make the modular building operational and code compliant.
Tagged Interests: Homebuilder, construction, disability, utility, Utility, Technology, technology, information technology, building codes, and Information Technology

On May 22, 2020, HAS received the draft budget and schedule from Horizon International Group (JOC contractor) to construct and install the utility

connections at a cost of 493,400.00. Costs for fire protection, IT and PA systems, ADA ramps and decks, and building improvements and modifications are estimated at 405,913.00. Total costs for this project are thus estimated at 899,313.00
Tagged Interests: contractor, Homebuilder, construction, budget, disability, utility, and Utility

It is now requested that City Council approve the issuance of a Work Order in an amount not to exceed 1,000,000.00. No additional appropriations to

the contract are required.
Tagged Interests: funding, council, and contract

M/WBE Goal: The M/WBE goal for this contract is 30 (MBE 22 and 8 WBE), and Horizon International Group is currently achieving 30.98 participation.

Tagged Interests: contract

CIP Fiscal Note: No significant Fiscal Operating impact is anticipated as a result of this project.

Tagged Interests: capital spending and Capital Spending

Director's Signature:

______________________ Mario C. Diaz Houston Airport System

Tagged Interests: airport

Prior Council Action: 06/07/17 (O) 2017-0397 08/15/18 (M) 2018-0405 04/10/19 (O) 2019-0246

Tagged Interests: council

Contact Information: Todd Curry 281/233-1896 Bob Barker 281/233-1953

ATTACHMENTS: Description Type Signed Coversheet Signed Cover sheet

CITY OF HOUSTON - CITY COUNCIL Meeting Date:

District I Item Creation Date: 7/9/2020

HAS - Job Order Contract (JOC) Work Order - Horizon International Group, LLC; Project 516L

Tagged Interests: contract

Agenda Item :

Background: RECOMMENDATION: Pass a Motion approving the issuance of a Job Order Contract (JOC) Work Order in an amount not to exceed 1,000,000.00 for

work on a modular building to function as the temporary facility to house the existing Aircraft Rescue and Firefighting (ARFF) Station 81 located at William P. Hobby Airport (HOU) until a new facility can be built. (Project 516L)
Tagged Interests: Homebuilder, facility, airport, and contract

SPECIFIC EXPLANATION: On June 7, 2017, City Council approved Job Order Contracts (JOC) with Jamail Smith Construction, LP (516J), Brown Root

Industrial Services, LLC (516K), Horizon International Group, LLC (516L), and Centennial Contractors Enterprises, Inc. (516M) for Operations/Maintenance and Capital Project Services for the Houston Airport System (HAS). The cumulative maximum contract amount was set at 20,000,000.00, and the term of the contracts are two years with three one-year options.
Tagged Interests: contractor, construction, council, airport, industrial, capital spending, contract, Capital Spending, and services

The Job Order Contracting delivery method is used for construction, repairs, rehabilitations, or alterations of various facilities. This alternative

delivery method allows HAS to expedite smaller construction projects by having contracts in place that provide these services. Additionally, JOC contracts can help HAS respond quickly to emergency situations. The Contracts require that work orders exceeding 450,000.00 be submitted for City Council approval.
Tagged Interests: construction, council, contract, services, and emergency

On August 15, 2018, City Council approved Motion 2018-0405 authorizing the issuance of a Not-to-Exceed Work Order of 800,000.00 to Brown Root

Industrial Services (Project 516K) for the purpose of repairing a critical column that supports the IAH Terminal B West Flight Station.
Tagged Interests: council, industrial, and services

On April 10, 2019, City Council approved a 7,500,000.00 appropriation to the Project 516JKLM Contracts from the HAS Renewal and Replacement Fund

(8010) to replace equivalent funding from the HAS Revenue Fund (8001).
Tagged Interests: funding, council, and contract

On December 4, 2019, City Council approved the lease of one modular building through the Texas Local Government Purchasing Cooperative (BuyBoard) for

HAS. The modular building will be used as the temporary facility for Houston Fire Department (HFD) personnel during construction of a new facility to replace the existing ARFF Station 81.
Tagged Interests: Homebuilder, construction, council, facility, leasing, personnel, fire departments and districts, and purchasing

To become operational and building code compliant, the modular building will require the construction of utility connections, ADA ramps, fire

protection, and information technology systems. Due to the urgency of this project, HAS elected to use JOC to complete the necessary construction to make the modular building operational and code compliant.
Tagged Interests: Homebuilder, construction, disability, utility, Utility, Technology, technology, information technology, building codes, and Information Technology

On May 22, 2020, HAS received the draft budget and schedule from Horizon International Group (JOC contractor) to construct and install the utility

connections at a cost of 493,400.00. Costs for fire protection, IT and PA systems, ADA ramps and decks, and
Tagged Interests: contractor, construction, budget, disability, utility, and Utility

building improvements and modifications are estimated at 405,913.00. Total costs for this project are thus estimated at 899,313.00

Tagged Interests: Homebuilder

It is now requested that City Council approve the issuance of a Work Order in an amount not to exceed 1,000,000.00. No additional appropriations to

the contract are required.
Tagged Interests: funding, council, and contract

M/WBE Goal: The M/WBE goal for this contract is 30 (MBE 22 and 8 WBE), and Horizon International Group is currently achieving 30.98 participation.

Tagged Interests: contract

CIP Fiscal Note: No significant Fiscal Operating impact is anticipated as a result of this project.

Tagged Interests: capital spending and Capital Spending

Director's Signature:

______________________ Mario C. Diaz Houston Airport System

Tagged Interests: airport

Houston Airport System

Tagged Interests: airport

Prior Council Action: 06/07/17 (O) 2017-0397 08/15/18 (M) 2018-0405 04/10/19 (O) 2019-0246

Tagged Interests: council

Contact Information: Todd Curry 281/233-1896 Bob Barker 281/233-1953

CITY OF HOUSTON - CITY COUNCIL Meeting Date: 7/21/2020

District C Item Creation Date: 5/22/2020

HPW - 20NHK11 Accept Work / Harper Brothers Construction, LLC

Tagged Interests: construction

Agenda Item : 3.

Summary: RECOMMENDATION from Director Houston Public Works for approval of final contract amount of 15,463,712.02 and acceptance of work on contract

with HARPER BROTHERS CONSTRUCTION, LLC for Gillette Trunkline (Tuam, Smith, Elgin Segments) Drainage and Paving Improvements - 0.83 under the original contract amount - DISTRICT C - KAMIN
Tagged Interests: pavement, construction, contract, Public Works, public works, and stormwater

Background: SUBJECT: Accept Work for Gillette Trunkline (Tuam, Smith, Elgin Segments) Drainage and Paving Improvements.

Tagged Interests: pavement and stormwater

RECOMMENDATION: (SUMMARY) Pass a motion to approve the final Contract Amount of 15,463,712.02 or 0.83 under the original Contract Amount, accept the

Work and authorize final payment. PROJECT NOTICE/JUSTIFICATION: This project was part of the Capital Improvement (CIP) program and was required to resolve inadequate drainage system and reduce the potential for structural flooding. DESCRIPTION/SCOPE: This project consisted of the construction of paving, sidewalks, curbs, storm sewer, waste water, and water line improvements. HR Green, Inc. designed the project with 750 calendar days allowed for construction. The project was awarded to Harper Brothers Construction, LLC with an original Contract Amount of 15,592,561.30. LOCATION: The project area is generally bound by Tuam on the north, W. Alabama on the south, Milam St. on the east and Helena St. on the west.
Tagged Interests: pavement, construction, sewer, streets, utility, capital spending, Utility, contract, Capital Spending, program, water, flooding, Pedestrian, and stormwater

CONTRACT COMPLETION AND COST: The Contractor, Harper Brothers Construction, LLC., has completed the work under the subject Contract. The project was

completed within the original Contract time. The final cost of the project, including overrun and underrun of estimated unit price quantities and previously approved Change Order Nos. 1-3 is 15,463,712.02 a decrease of 128,849.28 or 0.83 under the original Contract Amount. The decrease cost is a result of the difference between planned and measured quantities.
Tagged Interests: contractor, construction, and contract

M/WSBE PARTICIPATION: The advertised M/WBE contract goal for this project was 18.00 . The M/WBE plan established for this project was 18.00 .

According to Office of Business Opportunity, the participation was 30.23 . Contractor s M/WBE performance evaluation was rated Outstanding.
Tagged Interests: contractor, construction, business, contract, advertising, and performance

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

Tagged Interests: Public Works and public works

WBS Nos. M-410290-0004-4, R-000500-0222-4 and S-000500-0222-4

Prior Council Action: Ordinance No. 2017-0653, dated 08-23-2017

Tagged Interests: ordinance and council

Amount of Funding: No additional funding required.

Tagged Interests: funding

Total (original) appropriation: 18,090,000.00

Tagged Interests: funding

2,470,000.00 from Fund 8500 Water and Sewer System Consolidated Construction 15,620,000.00 Fund No. 4042 Street Traffic Control and Storm Drainage

DDSRF
Tagged Interests: construction, sewer, streets, utility, Utility, water, traffic, and stormwater

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

Tagged Interests: capital spending and Capital Spending

ATTACHMENTS: Description Type Signed Coversheet Signed Cover sheet

CITY OF HOUSTON - CITY COUNCIL Meeting Date:

District C Item Creation Date: 5/22/2020

HPW - 20NHK11 Accept Work / Harper Brothers Construction, LLC

Tagged Interests: construction

Agenda Item :

Background: SUBJECT: Accept Work for Gillette Trunkline (Tuam, Smith, Elgin Segments) Drainage and Paving Improvements.

Tagged Interests: pavement and stormwater

RECOMMENDATION: (SUMMARY) Pass a motion to approve the final Contract Amount of 15,463,712.02 or 0.83 under the original Contract Amount, accept the

Work and authorize final payment.
Tagged Interests: contract

PROJECT NOTICE/JUSTIFICATION: This project was part of the Capital Improvement (CIP) program and was required to resolve inadequate drainage system

and reduce the potential for structural flooding.
Tagged Interests: capital spending, Capital Spending, program, flooding, and stormwater

DESCRIPTION/SCOPE: This project consisted of the construction of paving, sidewalks, curbs, storm sewer, waste water, and water line improvements. HR

Green, Inc. designed the project with 750 calendar days allowed for construction. The project was awarded to Harper Brothers Construction, LLC with an original Contract Amount of 15,592,561.30.
Tagged Interests: pavement, construction, sewer, streets, utility, Utility, contract, water, and Pedestrian

LOCATION: The project area is generally bound by Tuam on the north, W. Alabama on the south, Milam St. on the east and Helena St. on the west.

CONTRACT COMPLETION AND COST: The Contractor, Harper Brothers Construction, LLC., has completed the work under the subject Contract. The project was

completed within the original Contract time. The final cost of the project, including overrun and underrun of estimated unit price quantities and previously approved Change Order Nos. 1-3 is 15,463,712.02 a decrease of 128,849.28 or 0.83 under the original Contract Amount. The decrease cost is a result of the difference between planned and measured quantities.
Tagged Interests: contractor, construction, and contract

M/WSBE PARTICIPATION: The advertised M/WBE contract goal for this project was 18.00 . The M/WBE plan established for this project was 18.00 .

According to Office of Business Opportunity, the participation was 30.23 . Contractor s M/WBE performance evaluation was rated Outstanding.
Tagged Interests: contractor, construction, business, contract, advertising, and performance

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

Tagged Interests: Public Works and public works

WBS Nos. M-410290-0004-4, R-000500-0222-4 and S-000500-0222-4

Prior Council Action: Ordinance No. 2017-0653, dated 08-23-2017

Tagged Interests: ordinance and council

Amount of Funding: No additional funding required.

Tagged Interests: funding

Total (original) appropriation: 18,090,000.00

Tagged Interests: funding

2,470,000.00 from Fund 8500 Water and Sewer System Consolidated Construction 15,620,000.00 Fund No. 4042 Street Traffic Control and Storm Drainage

DDSRF
Tagged Interests: construction, sewer, streets, utility, Utility, water, traffic, and stormwater

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

Tagged Interests: capital spending and Capital Spending

7/7/2020

ATTACHMENTS: Description Type Maps Backup Material OBO Backup Material Prior Council Action Backup Material Ownership Information Form and Tax Report

Backup Material Change Orders 1-3 Backup Material Final Estimate Backup Material
Tagged Interests: council, taxes, and Taxes

CITY OF HOUSTON - CITY COUNCIL Meeting Date: 7/21/2020

District F Item Creation Date: 6/5/2020

LGL - Parcel AY18-056; City of Houston v. Diajeff, LLC, et al.; Cause No. 1145937; West Belfort Paving Drainage Improvement Project; WBS/CIP No.

N-100022-0001-02
Tagged Interests: pavement, capital spending, Capital Spending, property, and stormwater

Agenda Item : 4.

Summary: RECOMMENDATION from City Attorney to deposit the amount of the Award of Special Commissioners into the Registry of the Court and pay the

City s costs of court in connection with eminent domain proceedings styled City of Houston v. Diajeff, LLC, et al.; Cause No. 1145937; for acquisition of 2696 square feet of land, for Easement Acquisition for the WEST BELLFORT PAVING AND DRAINAGE PROJECT - DISTRICT F - THOMAS
Tagged Interests: pavement, legal, commercial, eminent domain, easement, court, and stormwater

Background: The West Bellfort Paving and Drainage Project intends to improve drainage, reduce the risk of structural flooding, and improve traffic

circulation by providing for the design and construction of storm drainage improvements, necessary concrete paving, curbs, sidewalks, driveways, and underground utilities as well as providing for shared use paths along the project and the replacement of traffic signals. This eminent domain proceeding involves the acquisition of one street widening and drainage easement containing a total of 2696 square feet of land. The property is located at 11502 S. Wilcrest Drive in the City of Houston. The property is owned by Diajeff LLC. Prior to sending the matter to the Legal Department, the City attempted to negotiate a purchase of the property, but those efforts were unsuccessful. The matter was then referred to the Legal Department to initiate eminent domain proceedings to acquire the needed property. The Legal Department filed the eminent domain petition and a Special Commissioners hearing was held. City s Testimony for the Special Commissioners: ........................................ 94,415.00 Landowner s Testimony for the Special Commissioners: ..................... 177,500.00 Award of the Special Commissioners Hearing. ........................................... 117,000.00 Court Misc. Costs: Special Commissioners fees; 3,000.00 ( 1,000.00 x 3); Process Service; 305.00; Court Filings; 250.00; Estimated Total Court Misc. Costs: 3,555.00.
Tagged Interests: pavement, impact fee, construction, legal, streets, utility, Utility, transportation, risk, purchasing, flooding, property, hearing, commercial, eminent domain, Pedestrian, traffic, easement, court, and stormwater

____________________________ Ronald C. Lewis, City Attorney

Tagged Interests: legal

____________________________ Carol Ellinger Haddock, P.E.

Director, Houston Public Works

Tagged Interests: Public Works and public works

Prior Council Action: Ordinance No. 2017-373, passed 5/24/2017; Ordinance No. 2018-597, passed 7/25/2018.

Tagged Interests: ordinance and council

Amount of Funding: 117,000.00 Funds previously appropriated under Ordinance No. 2017-373 out of the Street Traffic Control and Storm Drainage Fund.

Tagged Interests: funding, ordinance, streets, traffic, and stormwater

Contact Information: Steven Beard .............832-393-6295 Michelle Grossman ... 832-393-6216 Suzanne Chauvin....... 832-393-6219

ATTACHMENTS: Description Type Signed Cover Sheet Signed Cover sheet

7/7/2020

CITY OF HOUSTON - CITY COUNCIL Meeting Date: 7/21/2020

ALL Item Creation Date: 6/3/2020

E29523 - Various Trailers - MOTION

Agenda Item : 5.

Summary: DOGGETT HEAVY MACHINERY SERVICES, LLC for purchase of Various Trailers to transport material and equipment through the Interlocal Agreement

for Cooperative Purchasing with the Texas Local Purchasing Cooperative (BuyBoard) and the Houston-Galveston Area Council for the Fleet Management Department on behalf of Houston Public Works - 282,500.00 - Enterprise and Other Funds
Tagged Interests: funding, equipment, council, services, purchasing, Public Works, and public works

Background: S87-E29523 - Approve spending authority to purchase various trailers from Doggett Heavy Machinery Services, LLC in the total amount of

282,500.00 through the Interlocal Agreement for Cooperative Purchasing with the Houston-Galveston Area Council (H-GAC) for the Fleet Management Department on behalf of Houston Public Works.
Tagged Interests: council, services, purchasing, Public Works, and public works

Specific Explanation: The Director of the Fleet Management Department and the Chief Procurement Officer recommend that City Council approves spending

authority to purchase twelve (12) trailers through the Interlocal Agreement for Cooperative Purchasing with the Houston-Galveston Area Council (H- GAC) in the total amount of 282,500.00 for Houston Public Works and that authorization be given to issue a purchase order to the H-GAC contractor Doggett Heavy Machinery Services, LLC. The Department will use these trailers to transport material and equipment to various job-sites throughout the city. The funding for these trailers is included in the adopted FY2021 Capital Improvement Plan (CIP).
Tagged Interests: contractor, funding, construction, equipment, council, sites, capital spending, Capital Spending, services, purchasing, Public Works, and public works

These trailers come with warranties ranging from one (1) to ten (10) years on parts and manufacturer defects. These trailers will replace older units

that have reached their life expectancy. The old trailers will be sent to auction for disposal.
Tagged Interests: public safety and auction

MWBE Participation: Zero-percent goal document approved by the Office of Business Opportunity.

Tagged Interests: 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 an Interlocal or Cooperative Purchasing agreement for this purchase.
Tagged Interests: rfp, RFP, ordinance, and purchasing

Fiscal Note:

Funding for this item is included in the FY2021 Adopted Budget. Therefore, no Fiscal Note is required as stated in the Financial Policies.

Tagged Interests: funding, finance, and budget

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

Division Department Approval Authority
Tagged Interests: finance, strategic, and purchasing

ESTIMATED SPENDING AUTHORITY

DEPARTMENT FY2021 OUT YEARS TOTAL Houston Public Works 282,500.00 0.00 282,500.00

Tagged Interests: Public Works and public works

Amount of Funding: 202,000.00 - Combined Utility System General Purpose Fund (8305) 80,500.00 - Dedicated Drainage Street Renewal Fund-Drainage

Charged Fund (2310) 282,500.00 Total
Tagged Interests: funding, streets, utility, Utility, and stormwater

Contact Information: Lena Farris SPD 832-393-8729 Coryie Gilmore SPD 832-393-8743 Marchelle Cain SPD 832-393-6910

ATTACHMENTS: Description Type Signed Coversheet Signed Cover sheet

Department FY2021 Out Years Total Houston Public Works 282,500.00 0 282,500.00

Tagged Interests: Public Works and public works

CITY OF HOUSTON - CITY COUNCIL Meeting Date: 7/21/2020

ALL Item Creation Date: 6/3/2020

E29523 - Various Trailers - MOTION

Agenda Item : 5.

Background: Background: S87-E29523 - Approve spending authority to purchase various trailers from Doggett Heavy Machinery Services, LLC in the total

amount of 282,500.00 through the Interlocal Agreement for Cooperative Purchasing with the Houston-Galveston Area Council (H-GAC) for the Fleet Management Department on behalf of Houston Public Works.
Tagged Interests: council, services, purchasing, Public Works, and public works

Specific Explanation: The Director of the Fleet Management Department and the Chief Procurement Officer recommend that City Council approves spending

authority to purchase twelve (12) trailers through the Interlocal Agreement for Cooperative Purchasing with the Houston-Galveston Area Council (H-GAC) in the total amount of 282,500.00 for Houston Public Works and that authorization be given to issue a purchase order to the H-GAC contractor Doggett Heavy Machinery Services, LLC. The Department will use these trailers to transport material and equipment to various job-sites throughout the city. The funding for these trailers is included in the adopted FY2021 Capital Improvement Plan (CIP).
Tagged Interests: contractor, funding, construction, equipment, council, sites, capital spending, Capital Spending, services, purchasing, Public Works, and public works

These trailers come with warranties ranging from one (1) to ten (10) years on parts and manufacturer defects. These trailers will replace older units

that have reached their life expectancy. The old trailers will be sent to auction for disposal.
Tagged Interests: public safety and auction

MWBE Participation: Zero-percent goal document approved by the Office of Business Opportunity.

Tagged Interests: 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 an Interlocal or Cooperative Purchasing agreement for this purchase.
Tagged Interests: rfp, RFP, ordinance, and purchasing

Fiscal Note: Funding for this item is included in the FY2021 Adopted Budget. Therefore, no Fiscal Note is required as in the Financial Policies.

Tagged Interests: funding, finance, and budget

__________________________________ _____________________________________ Jerry Adams, Chief Procurement Officer Department Approval Authority

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

Estimated Spending Authority

Amount of Funding: 202,000.00 - Combined Utility System Gen Pur Fund - Fund 8305 80,500.00 - Dedicated Drainage Street Renewal Fund - Fund 2310

282,500.00 Total
Tagged Interests: funding, streets, utility, Utility, and stormwater

Contact Information: Lena Farris SPD 832-393-8729 Coryie Gilmore SPD 832-393-8743 Marchelle Cain SPD 832-393-6910

ATTACHMENTS:

Description Type E29523 Fiscal Form A Financial Information E29523 OBO Waiver Backup Material E29523 Fair Campaign Backup Material E29523 Form B

Backup Material E29523 Delinquent Tax Report Backup Material E29523 Affidavit of Ownership Backup Material E29523 Funding Summary Backup Material E29523 HGAC Quotes Backup Material E29523 HGAC Contract Backup Material Funding Verification for Fund 2310 Financial Information
Tagged Interests: funding, finance, taxes, Taxes, and contract

CITY OF HOUSTON - CITY COUNCIL Meeting Date: 7/21/2020

ALL Item Creation Date: 7/6/2020

E29570 - Roof Replacement for EWPP - MOTION

Agenda Item : 6.

Summary: D7 ROOFING METAL, LLC for Emergency Purchase of Roof Replacement of the East Water Purification Plant (EWPP) for the Houston Public Works -

154,700.00 - Enterprise Fund
Tagged Interests: utility, Utility, emergency, water, purchasing, plant, Public Works, and public works

Background: S17-E29570 - Approve payment to D7 Roofing Metal, LLC in the total amount of 154,700.00 for Roof Replacement of the East Water

Purification Plant (EWPP) for the Houston Public Works.
Tagged Interests: utility, Utility, water, plant, Public Works, and public works

Specific Explanation: The Director of the Houston Public Works and the Chief Procurement Officer recommend that City Council approve payment to D7

Roofing Metal LLC in the total amount of 154,700.00 for roof replacement for the Houston Public Works (HPW) East Water Purification Plant (EWPP).
Tagged Interests: council, utility, Utility, water, purchasing, plant, Public Works, and public works

The Strategic Procurement Division issued an emergency purchase order to D7 Roofing Metal, LLC on or about May 15, 2020 to replace and elevate the

roof at the East Water Purification Plant (EWPP) located at 2600 Federal Road, Houston, Texas 77015. The west side roof of EWPP's distribution pump station was leaking and the incoming water posed a threat to high value equipment and interrupted operations at the plant. D7 Roofing Metal, LLC was selected for their quality of services and the immediate response time to address the emergency. It was imperative that the contractor could mobilize and perform the work services to ensure the water plant would remain operational. The final invoices were received and reconciled on June 23, 2020.
Tagged Interests: road, contractor, construction, equipment, strategic, streets, utility, Utility, services, emergency, water, purchasing, and plant

The scope of work requires the contractor to provide all permits, insurance, labor, materials, supervision and the transport of debris removal

necessary.
Tagged Interests: contractor, construction, transportation, materials, and insurance

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

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

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

order for this purchase.
Tagged Interests: emergency and purchasing

Hire Houston First: This procurement is exempt from the City s Hire Houston First Ordinance. Bids/proposals were

Tagged Interests: rfp, RFP, ordinance, and purchasing

not solicited because the department is utilizing an emergency purchase order contractor for this purchase.

Tagged Interests: contractor, construction, emergency, and purchasing

Fiscal Note: Funding for this item is included in the FY2021 Adopted Budget. Therefore, no Fiscal Note is required as stated in the Financial

Policies.
Tagged Interests: funding, finance, and budget

____________________________________ _______________________________ Jerry Adams, Chief Procurement Officer Carol Ellinger Haddock P.E. Director

Finance/Strategic Procurement Division Houston Public Works
Tagged Interests: finance, strategic, purchasing, Public Works, and public works

ESTIMATED SPENDING AUTHORITY Department FY2021 Out Years Total Houston Public Works 154,700.00 0 154,700.00

Tagged Interests: Public Works and public works

Amount of Funding: 154,700.00 Water Sewer System Operating Fund Fund No.: 8300

Tagged Interests: funding, sewer, utility, Utility, and water

Contact Information: NAME: DEPT./DIVISION PHONE Laura Guthrie, Purchasing Manager FIN/SPD (832) 393-8723 Murdock Smith, Sr. Procurement Specialist

FIN/SPD (832) 393-8725 Jedediah Greenfield, Assistant Director HPW (832) 395-5374 Sherri Winslow, Deputy Director HPW (832) 395-6377
Tagged Interests: purchasing and manager

ATTACHMENTS: Description Type Coversheet Signed Cover sheet

CITY OF HOUSTON - CITY COUNCIL Meeting Date: 7/21/2020

ALL Item Creation Date: 7/6/2020

E29570 - Roof Replacement for EWPP - MOTION