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File #: 15-168    Version: 1 Name: Award of Contract Southwest Slurry Seal
Type: Consent Status: Passed
File created: 2/24/2015 In control: City Council
On agenda: 3/24/2015 Final action: 3/24/2015
Title: AUTHORIZATION TO ENTER INTO A CONSTRUCTION AGREEMENT WITH SOUTHWEST SLURRY SEAL, INC., FOR THE PAVEMENT SLURRY SEAL-PHASE ONE Staff Contact: Jack Friedline, Director, Public Works
Attachments: 1. Southwest Slurry Seal Construction Agreement
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AUTHORIZATION TO ENTER INTO A CONSTRUCTION AGREEMENT WITH SOUTHWEST SLURRY SEAL, INC., FOR THE PAVEMENT SLURRY SEAL-PHASE ONE
Staff Contact: Jack Friedline, Director, Public Works
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Purpose and Recommended Action
Recommendation

This is a request for City Council to authorize the City Manager to enter into a construction agreement with Southwest Slurry Seal, Inc., in an amount not to exceed $1,450,825 for the Pavement Slurry Seal-Phase One project associated with the FY2014/2015 Pavement Management Program.
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Background

The city has over 718 miles of paved arterial, collector and residential roadways, which represents an investment of over $1 billion in the street network based on replacement costs in today's economy. With the exception of minor street and concrete repairs (potholes, curb, and sidewalk) the city contracts for all other preventative maintenance and reconstructive roadway projects.

At the December 17, 2013 Workshop meeting, Council was updated on the city's annual Pavement Management Program. Staff provided Council with the proposed FY2014/2015 Pavement Management Program rehabilitation plan, which identified roughly 49.5 miles of residential, collector and arterial streets in the city to be improved/maintained by application of slurry seal, micro-seal, overlay, as well as approximately two miles of pavement reconstruction. The design phase for the FY2014/2015 Pavement Management program began in December 2014 and is currently underway by Ritoch-Powell and Associates. This is the first of four separate construction projects, two for pavement slurry treatments, one for pavement mill and overlay and one for reconstruction.
Analysis

The Pavement Slurry Seal-Phase One project for the FY2014/2015 Pavement Management Program provides for approximately 23 miles of surface slurry treatments on various residential and collector streets throughout the city. Specifically this project includes: crack sealing; application ...

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