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File #: 2020-0964    Version: 1 Name:
Type: Resolution Status: Action
File created: 8/18/2020 In control: Board of Commissioners
On agenda: 9/22/2020 Final action:
Title: Commission District(s): 1 & 6 Georgetown Gateway project for City of Dunwoody CS 5156/Chamblee Dunwoody Road from Cotillion Drive to Peeler Road: Not To Exceed $566,777.20
Attachments: 1. PI No. 0012875 Bid Proposal Responses, ITB 20-05_05.26.2020, 2. PI No. 0012875 City of Dunwoody Award Letter, 3. PI No. 0012875 SD&C Bid Package dated 05.26.2020, 4. PI No. 0012875 Tabulated Bid Results_05.27.pdf

Public Hearing: YES ? NO ? Department: Watershed Management

SUBJECT:
Title
Commission District(s): 1 & 6
Georgetown Gateway project for City of Dunwoody CS 5156/Chamblee Dunwoody Road from Cotillion Drive to Peeler Road: Not To Exceed $566,777.20
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Information Contact: Reginald Wells
Phone Number: 770-621-7208

PURPOSE:
To authorize payment to the City of Dunwoody (COD) per the approved Intergovernmental Agreement (IGA) in the amount not to exceed the following listed amount, for the water installation and adjustments associated with the following project; and to authorize the Chief Executive Officer (CEO) to execute an agreement allowing for the payments and to execute all necessary documents to complete this transaction.

CS 5156/Chamblee Dunwoody Road from Cotillion Drive to Peeler Road (not to exceed $566,777.20)

NEED/IMPACT:
The COD project, Georgetown Gateway project is scheduled to begin construction in December 2020. The project consists of drainage improvements, sidewalk construction, waterline replacement, milling and paving on Chamblee-Dunwoody Rd. from Cotillion Dr. to Peeler Rd. The Department of Watershed Management (DWM) will provide funding and oversight to COD for the waterline replacement of the existing eight (8) inch and twelve (12) inch waterline portion of the project.

It is important to both DWM and COD to include the waterline installation on major roadway projects to ensure the work is performing concurrently. This minimizes the impact to adjacent property owners and the traveling public. In order to include the installation in the COD's roadway construction contract, DWM must agree to pay the listed cost of completing the work.

Watershed concurs with City of Dunwoody award to SD&C as the lowest overall responsive, responsible bidder for this joint city/county project per the IGA.

FISCAL IMPACT:
Cost to the County not to exceed $566,777.2...

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