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File #: ID 20-0349    Version: 1 Name: Fall Protection
Type: Resolution Status: Passed
File created: 4/26/2020 In control: City Council
On agenda: 5/19/2020 Final action: 5/19/2020
Title: Resolution Approving a Contract in the Amount of $272,650.00 with LJB Inc. for the Fall Protection System Services Project
Indexes: All Districts, WR Contracts
Attachments: 1. 2020-04-03 LJB FP Svcs - City of Greensboro.pdf, 2. NC SoS LJB Inc.pdf, 3. MWBE Memo_Fall Protection Systems-LBJ.pdf, 4. 20-0349 RES LJB Service Project.pdf
Resolution Approving a Contract in the Amount of $272,650.00 with LJB Inc. for the Fall Protection System Services Project

Council Priority: Maintain Infrastructure & Provide Sustainable Growth Opportunities

Department: Water Resources
Council District: Various

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

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

LJB Inc. is being requested to provide assessment, design, training, and construction phase services for the replacement of the fall protection systems throughout various Water Resources facilities. City Council approval of a contract in the amount of $272,650.00 is requested.

The City of Greensboro Water Resources Department had an initial assessment done to evaluate the safety of the fall protection systems within the above-ground water storage tanks. During this initial assessment it was determined that the City needed to replace these safety systems. The City has also identified other areas where fall protection systems are needed and/or need to be replaced. This contract is for replacing the fall protection systems in ten above-ground water storage tanks, three atypical vaults, one distribution chamber, and one typical sewer lift station.

The Water Resources Department issued a Request for Proposals (RFP) on November 18, 2019 for fall protection system services. Two firms submitted by the December 16, 2019 deadline. A selection committee comprised of internal Water Resources representatives, an external department representative and a representative of the MWBE office, evaluated and scored the proposals submitted by each firm. The committee evaluated the submissions based on the understanding of the requested design/engineering services, experience in the requested services, responsiveness to the request, availability of staff to perform the work, and M/WBE participation. LJB, Inc. received the highest score...

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