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File #: 2020-157    Version: 1 Name:
Type: Resolution Status: Passed
File created: 4/30/2020 In control: Board of Directors
On agenda: 5/27/2020 Final action: 5/27/2020
Title: Contract No. 1904254 Water Works Park to Northeast Water Treatment Plant Water Transmission Main - Phase 2 CIP# 122003 / BCE 62.4
Sponsors: Cheryl Porter, Grant Gartrell
Indexes: Water Operations
Attachments: 1. 1904254 Procurement Report, 2. 1904254 Cost Tabulation, 3. 1904254 CIP Attachment
Title
Contract No. 1904254
Water Works Park to Northeast Water Treatment Plant Water Transmission Main - Phase 2
CIP# 122003 / BCE 62.4
Body
Agenda of: May 27, 2020
Item No.: 2020-157
Amount: $8,258,591.61

TO: The Honorable
Board of Directors
Great Lakes Water Authority

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

DATE: May 1, 2020

RE: Contract No. 1904254
Water Works Park to Northeast Water Treatment Plant Water
Transmission Main - Phase 2
Vendor: Dan's Excavating, Inc.


MOTION
Upon recommendation of Cheryl Porter, Chief Operating Officer - Water and Field Services, the Board of Directors (Board) of the Great Lakes Water Authority (GLWA), authorizes the Chief Executive Officer (CEO) to enter into Contract No. 1904254 "Water Works Park to Northeast Water Treatment Plant Water Transmission Main - Phase 2" with Dan's Excavating, Inc., at a cost not to exceed $8,258,591.61 for a duration of 90 months; and authorizes the CEO to take such other action as may be necessary to accomplish the intent of this vote.
BACKGROUND
The Great Lakes Water Authority (GLWA) periodically reviews regional water system demands versus water treatment and pumping capacity. A 2015 Water Master Plan Update indicated that GLWA's total rated water treatment and pumping capacity has significant excess capacity compared to current and projected water demands.
The analysis contained in the 2015 Water Master Plan Update indicated that for average day demand conditions, the five water treatment plants (WTP) typically operate between 23 percent to 35 percent of the rated treatment capacity; and for maximum day demand conditions, the five WTPs typically operate between 38 percent to 67 percent of the treatment rated capacity. To address this imbalance, the Water Master Plan Update recommended a program to reduce the regional treatment capacity to align it with water system demands.
The 2015 Water Master Plan Update for the regional drinking...

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