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File #: 20-3333   
Type: Purchase - Annual Contract
In control: City Council A Session
On agenda: 6/4/2020
Posting Language: Ordinance extending twelve annual contracts to continue to provide the City departments with necessary commodities and services for the terms indicated for an estimated cost of $4,442,996.00. This ordinance provides for the extension of the following contracts for required goods and services, as needed, and dependent on the Department's available budget: (A) Centro Public Improvement District for Riverwalk custodial services; (B) Pozzi Enterprises Inc., dba Border Construction, for natural creek way maintenance; (C) SAT Radio Communications, LTD, dba Industrial Communications, for installation, removal and repair services for electronic safety and communications equipment; (D) Stryker Sales Corporation for ambulance stretchers and maintenance; (E) Metro Fire Apparatus Specialists, Inc., for parts and repair services for various nozzles, adapters, fittings and valve kits used by firefighters; (F) Vulcan Construction Material for ready mix concrete; (G) Goodwill Industries of San Antonio...
Attachments: 1. Contract Summary Sheet - Riverwalk Custodial Services, 2. Contract Summary Sheet - Natural Creekway Maintenance, 3. Contract Summary Sheet - Installs, Removals, Repairs of Equipment for Fire and other City Vehicles, 4. Contract Summary Sheet - Purchase and Maintenance of Ambulance Stretchers, 5. Contract Summary Sheet - Ready Mix Concrete, 6. Contract Summary Sheet - Akron, Elkhart, Task Force Tips Parts & Repair Services, 7. Contract Summary Sheet - Landscaping Services at Various City Locations, 8. Contract Summary Sheet - Fire Sprinkler Inspections and Maintenance for the Alamodome, 9. Contract Summary Sheet - Fire Hoses for SAFD, 10. Contract Summary Sheet - Inspection of Aerial Apparatus & Ground Ladders, 11. Contract Summary Sheet - Web Based Uniform Purchase Program, 12. Contract Summary Sheet - Hazmat Suits, 13. Draft Ordinance, 14. Ordinance 2020-06-04-0349
DEPARTMENT: Finance


DEPARTMENT HEAD: Troy Elliott


COUNCIL DISTRICTS IMPACTED: Citywide


SUBJECT:

Annual Contract Extensions

SUMMARY:

An ordinance extending twelve annual contracts to continue to provide the City departments with necessary commodities and services for the terms indicated for an estimated cost of $4,442,996.00. Extension of these contracts is requested due to the number of City staff dedicating significant resources to the COVID-19 response and recovery. As a result, limited resources are currently available to issue new solicitations for goods and services below in which existing contracts are set to expire in the near future. This ordinance provides for the extension of contracts for required goods and services, as needed, and dependent on the Department's available budget, for the following terms.

BACKGROUND INFORMATION:

The City of San Antonio utilizes annual contracts for procuring high volume repetitive purchases. Annual contracts are an efficient method of securing the best prices through volume purchasing and reducing large amounts of work related to the bid process. Extension of these annual contracts will assure that City departments have the required goods and services necessary to support daily operations.

Due to the amount of City staff resources dedicated to the response and recovery efforts related to the COVID-19 pandemic, this has resulted in the delay of issuing solicitations for these required goods and services. In order to avoid any delays in services or obtaining goods needed by various departments, staff is requesting approval of extensions to allow for the continuation of these contracts under the current terms and conditions.

Contracts expiring June 30, 2020:
A. Riverwalk Custodial Services, $390,000.00 increase for 1 year contract extension with Centro Public Improvement District (1 contract, Center City Development and Operations): This contract will provide custodial services along 6 miles (3 miles on ...

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