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File #: 20-2543    Version: 1 Name: Award Bid and Construction Contract
Type: Resolution Status: Passed
File created: 4/21/2020 In control: Town Council
On agenda: 5/5/2020 Final action: 5/5/2020
Title: Adopt Resolution Number 20-3981 Awarding the Bid for the 2020 Sewer Main and Lateral Repairs Project (WW-2020 and WW-3020), Approving a Construction Contract with Robotic Sewer Solutions, Inc. for an amount not to exceed $84,000, and Authorizing the Town Manager to execute the construction contract.
Attachments: 1. Resolution, 2. Map of Locations
Yountville Town Council Staff Report


DATE: May 5, 2020

TO: Mayor and Town Council

FROM: Joe Tagliaboschi, Public Works Director, Erica Teagarden, Management Analyst

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Adopt Resolution Number 20-3981 Awarding the Bid for the 2020 Sewer Main and Lateral Repairs Project (WW-2020 and WW-3020), Approving a Construction Contract with Robotic Sewer Solutions, Inc. for an amount not to exceed $84,000, and Authorizing the Town Manager to execute the construction contract.

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DISCUSSION/BACKGROUND
At the June 17, 2019 Town Council meeting, Council approved the 2019-20 Capital Improvement Plan with WW-2020 and WW-3020 which included the Inflow and Infiltration Reduction Program and the Sewer Main Replacement and Repair Program, respectively.

As allowed under State purchasing guidelines and Town Municipal Code 3.32.200 for Cooperative purchasing with other agencies. This agreement is "piggy-backed" on the existing Napa Sanitation agreement with Robotic Sewer Solutions, Inc. The "Piggy-Backing" policy allows for the use of a competitive bid to be used by other agencies. This is a great tool to get the competitive bid pricing and saving considerable staff time and resources. This is an efficient and effective method to contract out work that has met competitive bidding requirements.

The Inflow and Infiltration Reduction Program (WW-2020) reduces the infiltration of groundwater into the sewer collection system from inline pipe leaks resulting in a reduced need for treating and pumping of sewage and helps to reduce the risk of system overflows and the release of untreated sewage in winter months.

The Sewer Main Replacement and Repair Program (WW-3020) is part of the Town's ongoing program for the routine replacement of its nearly 45,000 feet of sewer main. Replacing and repairing the existing sewer collection system reduces the potential for clogged pipes and/or system overflow and ensures the wastewater collection system is free of leaks and in compli...

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