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File #: 20-0499    Version: 1 Name:
Type: Consent Calendar Item Status: Agenda Ready
File created: 6/3/2020 In control: Board of Directors
On agenda: 7/28/2020 Final action:
Title: Approve Notice of Completion of Contract and Acceptance of Work for the Almaden Valley Pipeline Emergency Response Project, Kiewit Infrastructure West Co., Contractor, Project No. 95084002, Contract No. C0657 (San Jose) (District 7).
Attachments: 1. Attachment 1: Notice of Completion and Acceptance of Work, 2. Attachment 2: Construction Contract Acceptance, 3. Attachment 3: Project Completion Letter, 4. Attachment 4: Construction Summary
BOARD AGENDA MEMORANDUM


SUBJECT:
Title
Approve Notice of Completion of Contract and Acceptance of Work for the Almaden Valley Pipeline Emergency Response Project, Kiewit Infrastructure West Co., Contractor, Project No. 95084002, Contract No. C0657 (San Jose) (District 7).


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RECOMMENDATION:
Recommendation
A. Accept the work on the Almaden Valley Pipeline Emergency Response Project, Kiewit Infrastructure West Co., Contractor, Project No. 95084002, Contract No. C0657 as complete; and
B. Direct the Clerk of the Board to sign the Notice of Completion of Contract and Acceptance of Work and submit for recording to the Santa Clara County Clerk-Recorder.


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SUMMARY:
The construction contractor, Kiewit Infrastructure West Co., has completed the Almaden Valley Pipeline Emergency Response Project (Project). The construction contract was awarded by the Chief Executive Officer (CEO) on January 27, 2020 pursuant to an emergency declaration in accordance with Public Contract Code ?22050. The contract was awarded in the amount of $1,866,210 and the final contract amount is $1,345,962.60. Subject to any withholds required by law or the contract, acceptance of the work by the Board will allow for the release of $67,298.13 in retention to the contractor.

Project Background

As part of the 10-Year Pipeline Inspection and Rehabilitation Program, Almaden Valley Pipeline (AVP) inspection activities were performed in 2007, 2008, 2011 and 2017. In November 2017, several significantly distressed Prestressed Concrete Cylinder Pipe (PCCP) sections were identified on AVP between Santa Teresa Force Main and Calero Reservoir. On December 5, 2017 the CEO declared that the condition of AVP constituted an emergency condition as the pipeline could not be safety returned back into operation until the distressed pipe segments were repaired. Distressed pipe segments were repaired by applying multiple layers of carbon fiber to the inside surface of distressed pipes and AVP was returned...

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