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File #: R-2020-159    Version: 1 Name: Tetra Tech Amend 1 SW Pump Station Condition Assessment
Type: Resolution Status: Passed
File created: 6/4/2020 In control: Department of Public Utilities
On agenda: 7/1/2020 Final action: 7/1/2020
Title: A Resolution Of The City Commission Of The City Of Hollywood, Florida, Approving And Authorizing The Appropriate City Officials To Issue An Authorization To Proceed ("ATP"), Amending The Original ATP TTH 20-01 With Tetra Tech, Inc. To Provide Additional Professional Engineering Services For The Stormwater Pump Stations Condition Assessments, In The Lump Sum Amount Of $152,057.00 For An Aggregate Project Cost Of $199,472.00.
Attachments: 1. 01 Resolution - TTH 20-01 Amendment No. 1 SW Pump Stations.pdf, 2. 02 ATP – TTH 20-01 Amendment No. 1 SW Pump Stations.pdf, 3. 03 Proposal – TTH 20-01 Amendment No. 1 SW Pump Stations.pdf, 4. 04 Memo ECS-20-001 (Executed) - TTH 20-01 Amendment No. 1 SW Pump Stations.pdf, 5. 05 R-2017-284 Agreement (Executed) - TTH 20-01 Amendment No. 1 SW Pump Stations.pdf, 6. TermSheetATPAMENDMENTTETRATECHCONDITIONASSSESSMENTS.pdf
Title
A Resolution Of The City Commission Of The City Of Hollywood, Florida, Approving And Authorizing The Appropriate City Officials To Issue An Authorization To Proceed ("ATP"), Amending The Original ATP TTH 20-01 With Tetra Tech, Inc. To Provide Additional Professional Engineering Services For The Stormwater Pump Stations Condition Assessments, In The Lump Sum Amount Of $152,057.00 For An Aggregate Project Cost Of $199,472.00.


Strategic Plan Focus
Infrastructure & Facilities


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Staff Recommends: Approval of the attached Resolution.

Explanation:
The City of Hollywood is experiencing severe weather events due to climate change including the sea level rise (SLR), storm surge (SS) and more frequent storm events. The east side of the City in recent years has experienced frequent flooding due to its low ground elevations. The Department of Public Utilities is proactively taking measures to mitigate the effect of storm events and is in the process of completing the condition assessment of all 10 stormwater pump stations it owns and operates. Condition assessments will allow staff to effectively prioritize the maintenance, repair, rehabilitation, and hardening of critical infrastructure effected by sea level rise and other climatological impacts. During the process of performing condition assessment, a need was identified to add additional services to address stormwater management challenges in the City.

Pumps in the stations, when built, were designed to pump mostly stormwater and the effects of climate were not anticipated and therefore not considered in the design of the pump stations. Consequently, the pump station capacity needs to be reevaluated to continue meeting the intent of the pump stations and to mitigate property loss. The Department of Public Utilities wants the regulatory agencies to allow an increase in the pump capacity to account for climate change. Furthermore, DPU wants to perform electrical and structural testing of the pumps t...

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