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File #: 20-5586   
Type: Purchase of Equipment
In control: City Council A Session
On agenda: 10/29/2020
Posting Language: Ordinance approving a contract with RollTechs Specialty Vehicles, LLC, to provide two custom vans for the Parks & Recreation and Health departments for a total cost of $259,241.70. Funding in the amount of $122,961.80 is available from the Texas Department of State Health Services Grant and $136,279.90 from the Adopted Capital Budget. [Ben Gorzell, Chief Financial Officer; Troy Elliott, Deputy Chief Financial Officer, Finance]
Attachments: 1. Bid Response - Rolltechs Specialty Vehicles, LLC, 2. Bid Tab, 3. Addendum I - VI, 4. Draft Ordinance, 5. Ordinance 2020-10-29-0744
DEPARTMENT: Finance


DEPARTMENT HEAD: Troy Elliott


COUNCIL DISTRICTS IMPACTED: Citywide

SUBJECT:

Custom Cargo Vans

SUMMARY:

This ordinance authorizes a contract with Rolltechs Specialty Vehicles, LLC. to provide two customized vans for the Parks and Recreation and the Metropolitan Health District departments. Funding in the amount of $136,279.90 is available from the Adopted Capital Budget and in the amount of $122,961.80 from the Texas Department of State Health Services Grant, for a total amount of $259,241.70.

BACKGROUND INFORMATION:

Submitted for City Council consideration and action is the attached bid tabulation from Rolltechs Specialty Vehicles, LLC. to provide two custom vans.

The first custom van is a mobile fitness van and would be an addition to the City's fleet. This van will support the Mobile Fit Program managed by the Parks and Recreation Department for mobile fitness opportunities and assessments. The proposed van will have an audio system, storage for fitness equipment, built in television monitor for fitness classes, and electrical needed for a health kiosk. The Mobile Fit San Antonio Program van will provide free fitness classes to include a variety of exercise activities such as boot camps, aerobic based exercise, yoga, Zumba and others. With the health kiosk addition, residents can also be aware of indicators commonly linked to general health and the risk of developing a health-related condition. The vehicle will travel to parks, schools, and community events throughout the year upon request.

The second custom van will serve as a mobile clinic for the Metropolitan Health District and would also be an addition to the City's fleet. The mobile clinic van will travel to parks and other areas of high risk within the community to conduct outreach and testing for the STD/HIV services. The mobile van will be specialized to perform phlebotomy services and patient consultations. The size of the van makes it easily maneuv...

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