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File #: 2018-535    Version: 1 Name:
Type: Resolution Status: Passed
File created: 1/8/2018 In control: Board of Directors
On agenda: 1/24/2018 Final action: 1/24/2018
Title: GLWA-CON-219 Debris Removal, Disposal, Cleaning and Flowmeter Services in Influent Conduit at Baby Creek CSO Facility
Sponsors: Suzanne Coffey (WRRF)
Indexes: Wastewater Operations
Attachments: 1. Copy of GLWA-CON-219 RFB Evaluation Form - Final, 2. GLWA-CON-219 Approval Checklist Form Final, 3. GLWA-CON-219 Vendor Response Final
Title
GLWA-CON-219
Debris Removal, Disposal, Cleaning and Flowmeter Services in Influent Conduit at Baby Creek CSO Facility

Body
Agenda of: January 24, 2018
Item No.: 2018-535
Amount: $1,688,900.00

TO: The Honorable
Board of Directors
Great Lakes Water Authority

FROM: Sue F. McCormick
Chief Executive Officer
Great Lakes Water Authority

DATE: January 8, 2018


RE: Contract No.: GLWA-CON-219
Debris Removal, Disposal, Cleaning and Flowmeter Services in Influent Conduit at Baby Creek CSO Facility
Vendor: LGC Global, Inc.


MOTION
Upon recommendation of Suzanne Coffey, Chief Planning Officer, Interim Chief Operating Officer - Wastewater, the Board of Directors (Board) of the Great Lakes Water Authority (GLWA), authorizes the Chief Executive Officer (CEO) to enter into Contract No. GLWA-CON-219, "Debris Removal, Disposal, Cleaning and Flowmeter Services in Influent Conduit at Baby Creek CSO Facility" with LGC Global, Inc., at a cost not to exceed $1,688,900.00 for a duration of seven months (210 calendar days) time period, extendible on a month-to-month basis as needed thereafter; and authorizes the CEO to take such other action as may be necessary to accomplish the intent of this vote.


BACKGROUND
The Baby Creek CSO Facility is the second largest CSO Facility operated by GLWA in terms of wet-weather capacity (5,100 cfs). Capacity is expressed in terms of total flow volume through a facility, which includes flows that are discharged to the river, as permitted CSO discharge, and flows which pass through the facility headed towards the WRRF. As such, this capacity is currently limited at the upstream end of the Baby Creek CSO facility because the dry-weather channel responsible for conveying flow to the WRRF is not capable of achieving the design flow rates for the facility due to reduced cross-sectional area (i.e. reduced capacity due to solids deposition). The dry-weather channel allows the facility to serve as a pass through during dry-wea...

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