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File #: 2022-044    Version: 1 Name:
Type: Resolution Status: Passed
File created: 2/1/2022 In control: Board of Directors
On agenda: 2/23/2022 Final action: 2/23/2022
Title: Contract No. 2100575 CSO Facility Emergency Generator Improvements
Sponsors: Navid Mehram
Indexes: Wastewater Operations
Attachments: 1. 2100575.Procurement Board Report-RFB, 2. 2100575.Cost Tabulation - Notice of Respondents

Contract No. 2100575
CSO Facility Emergency Generator Improvements

Agenda of: February 23, 2022
Item No.: 2022-044
Amount: $1,029,090.00

TO: The Honorable
Board of Directors
Great Lakes Water Authority

FROM: Suzanne R. Coffey, P.E.
Interim Chief Executive Officer
Great Lakes Water Authority

DATE: February 1, 2022

RE: Contract No. 2100575
CSO Facility Emergency Generator Improvements
Vendor: Rotor Electric Company of Michigan, LLC

Upon recommendation of Navid Mehram, Chief Operating Officer - Wastewater Operating Services, the Board of Directors (Board) of the Great Lakes Water Authority (GLWA), authorizes the Interim Chief Executive Officer (ICEO) to enter into Contract No. 2100575, "CSO Facility Emergency Generator Improvements" with Rotor Electric Company of Michigan LLC, at a cost not to exceed $1,029,090.00 for a duration of 731 days; and authorizes the ICEO to take such other action as may be necessary to accomplish the intent of this vote.

GLWA operates nine (9) Combined Sewer Overflow (CSO) facilities. The CSO facilities provide primary treatment and disinfection when flows exceed the capacity of the Water Resource Recovery Facility (WRRF). The majority of the CSO facilities operate and maintain Emergency Generators as the alternative power source per our National Pollutant Discharge Elimination System (NPDES) permit and the 10 State Standards for Water and Wastewater facilities. Most of the generators and their electrical equipment and controls are original to the facilities, exceeding 20 years of service life. Although the generators are routinely maintained and are expected to have a useful life greater than 20 years, the ancillary electrical equipment and controls have exceeded their useful life.
Additionally, remote indications for generator faults, startups and power transfers are not currently available from the remote control in our Supervisory Control and Data Acquisition (SCADA) screens. This r...

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