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File #: 21-3948   
Type: Capital Improvements
In control: City Council A Session
On agenda: 6/17/2021
Posting Language: Ordinance approving a task order to a Job Order Contract to Con-Cor Inc. for the Olmos Basin Park water and sewer line service for existing structures located in Council Districts 1 and 2 in an amount not to exceed $500,000.00. Funds are available and are included in the FY 2021 - 2026 Capital Improvement Program. [David W. McCary, CPM, Assistant City Manager; Homer Garcia III, Director, Parks and Recreation]
Attachments: 1. Proposal Letter for Replacement of Existing Water Line In Olmos Basin Park, 2. Contracts Disclosure Form from Lloyd W. Canales-Jary for Con-Cor Inc., 3. Site Map - Olmos Basin Park, 4. Draft Ordinance
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DEPARTMENT: Parks and Recreation


DEPARTMENT HEAD: Homer Garcia III


COUNCIL DISTRICTS IMPACTED: Council Districts 1 and 2


SUBJECT:

Task Order for water and sewer line replacement at Olmos Basin Park


SUMMARY:

This ordinance authorizes a task order to a Job Order Contract to Con-Cor Inc. for the Olmos Basin Park water and sewer line service for existing structures located in Council Districts 1 and 2 in an amount not to exceed $500,000.00. Funds are available and are included in the FY 2021 - 2026 Capital Improvement Program.


BACKGROUND INFORMATION:

Olmos Basin Park is located at 851 Devine and was deeded to the City in 1925. Many of the improvements happened in the park with the Civilian Conservation Core (CCC) in the mid-1930s. Subsequently, the water and sewer lines that service the park buildings and restrooms were established in the 1940s. Only minor maintenance and repairs to the existing water and sewer lines have been done to date over the last 70 years, resulting in the main water and sewer lines in the park needing to be replaced. The park has restroom buildings, water fountains, and leased facilities including the San Antonio Gun Club which are all serviced by the antiquated water and sewer lines. This project will replace those service lines, and the contractor will not impact the tree canopy as the boring method will be utilized, resulting in minimal impact to the environment. Construction is anticipated to begin in July and be completed by end of September 2021.

This is a task order utilizing Job Order Contracting (JOC), an alternative project delivery method in which ten contractors were approved through Ordinance 2019-02-21-0134 by City Council on February 21, 2019. The use of the JOC delivery method provides the City with on-call construction, renovation and maintenance services for City buildings and facilities. Assignment of JOC contractors to specific jobs is based on the contractor's current workload, overall capacit...

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