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File #: ID 20-0139    Version: 1 Name: Ryan St. and Horspen Stream Stabilization
Type: Resolution Status: Passed
File created: 1/28/2020 In control: City Council
On agenda: 2/18/2020 Final action: 2/18/2020
Title: Resolution Approving a Contract for $102,500 with Davis-Martin-Powell & Associates for Professional Services for the Horse Pen Creek and Ryan Creek Streambank Stabilization Projects
Indexes: District 1, District 4
Attachments: 1. DMP Sec State.pdf, 2. COG Streambank Stabilizations_HPC and RC_DMP Proposal (2).pdf, 3. MWBE Memo_CS299-20-84_HP & Ryan C Stabilization_12220_Water.pdf, 4. 20-0139 Resolution DMP 2019-79.pdf

Title
Resolution Approving a Contract for $102,500 with Davis-Martin-Powell & Associates for Professional Services for the Horse Pen Creek and Ryan Creek Streambank Stabilization Projects

Body
Council Priority: Maintain Infrastructure and Provide Sustainable Growth Opportunities

Department: Water Resources
Council District: 1 & 4

Public Hearing: N/A
Advertising Date/By: N/A

Contact 1 and Phone: Michael Borchers, 373-2494
Contact 2 and Phone: Kristine Williams, 373- 2556

PURPOSE:
The City of Greensboro Water Resources Department is requesting to enter into a professional services contract with Davis-Martin-Powell & Associates (DMP) to provide design services for the Horse Pen Creek and Ryan Creek Streambank Stabilization projects.

BACKGROUND:
The Horse Pen Creek and Ryan Creek Streambank Stabilization projects are being proposed to repair streambank erosion in two different areas of the City of Greensboro. The Horse Pen Creek streambank stabilization project is located along the rear of several properties along Spring Oak Court. Significant erosion has occurred that is threatening private property as well as a public sanitary sewer outfall. The Ryan Creek streambank stabilization project is along Creek Ridge Road where the existing concrete lined channel has failed. The purpose of the contract is to design these streambank stabilization projects to stabilize the stream banks and protect infrastructure. The streams has been mapped by FEMA and will require extensive floodplain modeling and a no-rise certification. Work under this contract consists of project management and administration, design, permitting, bidding and additional services related with the design of the project.

The professional services of DMP's team are recommended for this project. The design team for the overall contract includes Carolina Ecosystems, Inc., CriTek Engineering Group, PC, Jewell - LJB Inc., Kris Bass Engineering, and Terracon Consultants, Inc. DMP will provide surve...

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