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File #: 18-5994   
Type: Capital Improvements
In control: City Council A Session
On agenda: 12/6/2018
Posting Language: Ordinance extending the 2015 Job Order Contracts to March 31, 2019 and an increase in an amount not to exceed $200,000.00 for each of the following nine contractors: Alpha Building Corporation, Con-Cor Inc., F.A. Nunnelly Company, Jamco Ventures, LLC, Jamail & Smith Construction, LP, Kencon Constructors/Construction Managers, Ltd., Straight Line Management, LLC, Tejas Premier Building Contractor, Inc. and The Sabinal Group for the use of Job Order Contracting as an alternative project delivery method for construction, renovation, rehabilitation and maintenance for projects in City facilities. [Peter Zanoni, Deputy City Manager; Mike Frisbie, Director, Transportation & Capital Improvements]
Attachments: 1. 1 RFCSP_ConCor Inc_JOC 2015 Contract Disclosure, 2. 3 RFCSP_Tejas Premier_JOC CONTRACT DISCLOSURE, 3. 4 RFCSP_The Sabinal Group_JOC CONTRACT DISCLOSURE, 4. 5 RFCSP_FANunnelly Co_JOC 2015 CONTRACT DISCLOSURE, 5. 6 RFCSP_Straight Line Management Contracts Disclosure Form 111914, 6. 7 RFCSP_Alpha Building Corp_JOC 2015 CONTRACT DISCLOSURE, 7. 8 RFCSP_Kencon Ltd_JOC 2015 CONTRACT DISCLOSURE, 8. 9 RFCSP_JAMCO Ventures_JOC 2015 CONTRACT DISCLOSURE, 9. 10 RFCSP_Jamail and Smith_JOC 2015 CONTRACT DISCLOSURE, 10. Amendment for increasing JOC Capacity and Time- Alpha, 11. Amendment for increasing JOC Capacity and Time- Con-Cor, 12. Amendment for increasing JOC Capacity and Time- F.A. Nunnelly, 13. Amendment for increasing JOC Capacity and Time- Jamail -Smith, 14. Amendment for increasing JOC Capacity and Time- Jamco Ventures, 15. Amendment for increasing JOC Capacity and Time- Kencon, 16. Amendment for increasing JOC Capacity and Time- Sabinal, 17. Amendment for increasing JOC Capacity and Time- Straight Line, 18. Amendment for increasing JOC Capacity and Time- Tejas, 19. Draft Ordinance, 20. Ordinance 2018-12-06-0964
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DEPARTMENT: Transportation & Capital Improvements


DEPARTMENT HEAD: Mike Frisbie, P.E.


COUNCIL DISTRICTS IMPACTED: All Council Districts


SUBJECT:

Contract Extension of 2015 Job Order Contracts (JOC)


SUMMARY:

An ordinance authorizing an extension of the 2015 Job Order Contracts (JOC) to March 31, 2019 and an increase in an amount not to exceed $200,000.00 for each of the following nine (9) contractors: Alpha Building Corporation, Con-Cor Inc., F.A. Nunnelly Company, Jamco Ventures, LLC, Jamail & Smith Construction, LP, Kencon Constructors/Construction Managers, Ltd., Straight Line Management, LLC, Tejas Premier Building Contractor, Inc. and The Sabinal Group for the use of Job Order Contracting (JOC) as an alternative project delivery method for construction, renovation, rehabilitation and maintenance for projects in city facilities.


BACKGROUND INFORMATION:

Job Order Contracting (JOC) is an alternative project delivery method for construction, renovation, rehabilitation and maintenance projects and provides project services based upon an agreed upon standard price utilizing the RSMeans, the most recognized source of construction cost data in the United States. JOC is recognized as an ideal project delivery method to complete multiple small-to medium-sized repair and renovation projects easily and quickly. The criteria used by selected contractors to price individual projects are typically firm, objective, and consistent.

As part of the Department's continuing efforts to expedite project delivery and completion of projects in city facilities, these JOC contract extensions will allow TCI to continue to manage the delivery of multiple city facility projects. These contract extensions will be for the construction, renovation, rehabilitation and maintenance for city facility projects.

Procurement of Job Order Contract Services
City Council approved Job Order Contracting as an alternative delivery method by resolution on November 2, 2006. The ...

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