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File #: 20-0121    Version: 1
Type: Consent - Staff Report Status: Agenda Ready
In control: City Council Regular Meeting
On agenda: 3/17/2020 Final action:
Title: Consider Approving Contract Amendment No.1 to an Agreement with General Pump Company, Inc. for $21,719 for the Repair of Booster Pump No. 4 at Peck Reservoir (Public Works Director Katsouleas). ADOPT RESOLUTION NO. 20-0034
Attachments: 1. Resolution No. 20-0034, 2. Amendment No. 1 - General Pump Company, Inc., 3. Agreement - General Pump Company, Inc.
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TO:
Honorable Mayor and Members of the City Council

THROUGH:
Bruce Moe, City Manager

FROM:
Stephanie Katsouleas, Public Works Director
Shawn Igoe, Utilities Manager
Diane Pe?a, Management Analyst

SUBJECT:Title
Consider Approving Contract Amendment No.1 to an Agreement with General Pump Company, Inc. for $21,719 for the Repair of Booster Pump No. 4 at Peck Reservoir (Public Works Director Katsouleas).
ADOPT RESOLUTION NO. 20-0034
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Recommended Action
RECOMMENDATION:
Staff recommends that the City Council adopt Resolution No. 20-0034 approving contract amendment No. 1 with General Pump Company Inc. for $21,719 to complete the repairs of Booster Pump No. 4 at Peck Reservoir and authorize the City Manager to execute the amendment.

FISCAL IMPLICATIONS:
Sufficient funds are available within the existing Fiscal Year 2019-2020 Public Works Water Fund for these services.

BACKGROUND:
The City operates and maintains the Peck Reservoir facility and pump station located at Peck Avenue and 19th Street, which provides potable water citywide for consumption and fire suppression purposes. General Pump Company, Inc. entered into the attached contract on October 1, 2019, for $49,884 to perform maintenance, evaluate the extent of other repairs needed, and make certain repairs of the failed booster pump motor located at this facility. That assessment began shortly thereafter.

DISCUSSION:
Inspection of the booster pump determined that additional motor components had failed and are in need of replacement, including impellers and a heavily corroded column pipe. The complete scope of work includes replacement of the submersible 125 horsepower motor, new column pipes, impellers, new epoxy sub bowls, and rebuilding of the pump, including bowl assembly, shafts, bearings and columns, for a total cost of $71,603.

Staff is satisfied that the fees charged by General Pump Company, Inc. to perform repair and replacement ...

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