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Proposed uses are as follows: <br />Vendor <br />All American Asphalt <br />All American Asphalt <br />Harrington Geotechnical, Inc. <br />Various <br />DISCUSSION: <br />Purpose <br />Construction Contract <br />Construction Contingency <br />Geotechnical Testing <br />Printing & Incidentals <br />Total: <br />At 10:00 a.m. on November 3, 2014, the City Clerk opened <br />BIDDER <br />Low All American Asphalt <br />2 The R.J. Noble Company <br />3 Hardy & Harper, Inc. <br />4 PALP, Inc DBA Excel Paving Co. <br />Amount <br />$1,177,177.00 <br />$ 118,000.00 <br />$ 6,600.00 <br />$ 1.223.00 <br />$ 1,303,000.00 <br />and read the following bids for this project: <br />TOTAL BID AMOUNT <br />$1,177,177.00 <br />$1,228,430.00 <br />$1,234,000.00 <br />$1,266,760.00 <br />The low bid amount is 1.9% lower than the Engineer's Estimate of $1,200,000. The low bidder, All <br />American Asphalt, possesses a California state contractor's license classification "A" as required by the <br />project specifications. A check of the contractor's references indicates satisfactory completion of similar <br />projects for other public agencies. <br />This asphalt pavement overlay project includes the pavement resurfacing of northbound Campus Drive <br />from Bristol Street North to MacArthur Boulevard; San Joaquin Hills Road from Marguerite Avenue to <br />Spyglass Hill Road; and San Miguel Drive from MacArthur Boulevard to San Joaquin Hills Road. The work <br />necessary to complete this contract includes grinding the existing pavement, reconstructing and /or <br />overlaying the asphalt roadway, removing and reconstructing portions of deteriorated concrete curb and <br />gutter, sidewalk, and adjusting utility and survey monument covers to grade. <br />A portion of the northbound side of Campus Drive is within the County of Orange right -of -way. Staff has <br />been coordinating with County staff on a cooperative agreement in order to describe roles and <br />responsibilities for each agency. The County will reimburse the City for all construction costs within County <br />right -of -way up to $70,000.00. <br />In addition to the low bid amount, staff recommends approving a contingency allowance of $118,000.00 <br />(approximately 10 %) to cover the cost of unforeseen conditions. Pursuant to the contract specifications, <br />the Contractor will have 75 consecutive working days to complete the work. <br />ENVIRONMENTAL REVIEW: <br />Staff recommends the City Council find this project exempt from the California Environmental Quality Act <br />( "CEQA ") pursuant to Section 15302 (replacement of existing facilities involving negligible expansion of <br />capacity) of the CEQA Guidelines, California Code of Regulations, Title 14, Chapter 3, because it has no <br />potential to have a significant effect on the environment. <br />NOTICING: <br />The agenda item has been noticed according to the Brown Act (72 hours in advance of the meeting at <br />which the City Council considers the item). <br />ATTACHMENTS: <br />Description <br />Attachment A - Location Map <br />Attachment B - Budget Amendment <br />26 -2 <br />