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File #: R-2020-183    Version: 1 Name: Purchase of Pierce Hazardous Materials Unit
Type: Resolution Status: Passed
File created: 7/8/2020 In control: Department of Fire Rescue & Beach Safety
On agenda: 8/26/2020 Final action: 8/26/2020
Title: A Resolution Of The City Commission Of The City Of Hollywood, Florida, Authorizing And Approving The Appropriate City Officials To Issue A Purchase Order To Ten-8 Fire Equipment, Inc. For The Purchase Of A Pierce Velocity Heavy Rescue Hazardous Materials Unit For Fire Rescue And Beach Safety In The Total Amount Of $970,560.00, Based Upon The Florida Sheriff's Association Cooperative Bid Solicitation No. FSA20-VEF14.02 In Accordance With Section 38.40(C)(5) Of The Purchasing Ordinance (Piggyback).
Attachments: 1. Resolution.pdf, 2. Ten-8 Fire Equipment DRAFT PO.pdf, 3. Quote.pdf, 4. Piggyback Request Form for FSA (Ten-8).pdf, 5. Proposal Option List.pdf, 6. Hollywood-Warranty-770MediaOptions.pdf, 7. FSA Contract Award Letter.pdf, 8. FSA_Terms and Conditions (1)2020.pdf, 9. Term Sheet (Piggyback)Ten 8.pdf

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A Resolution Of The City Commission Of The City Of Hollywood, Florida, Authorizing And Approving The Appropriate City Officials To Issue A Purchase Order To Ten-8 Fire Equipment, Inc. For The Purchase Of A Pierce Velocity Heavy Rescue Hazardous Materials Unit For Fire Rescue And Beach Safety In The Total Amount Of $970,560.00, Based Upon The Florida Sheriff’s Association Cooperative Bid Solicitation No. FSA20-VEF14.02 In Accordance With Section 38.40(C)(5) Of The Purchasing Ordinance (Piggyback).

 

 

Strategic Plan Focus

Public Safety

 

 

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Staff Recommends: Approval of the attached Resolution.

 

 

Explanation:

The City of Hollywood Fire Rescue & Beach Safety Department has a Hazardous Materials Team and is one of four in Broward County and one of twenty-eight statewide in the State of Florida’s Disaster Mutual Aid Plan. In addition, the team continues to function as one of the State’s regional response teams for Weapons of Mass Destruction (WMD) events. The Department’s Technical Rescue Team is one of five such teams in Broward County capable of responding to confined space, structural collapse, trench and high-angle rescues.

 

The Hazardous Materials Unit heavy rescue vehicle is past due for replacement. The current Hazardous Materials Unit was purchased in 1999. This emergency apparatus is over 21 years old and is past its useful age.

 

Fiscal Impact:

Funding for this purchase was approved via Resolution R-2019-147, adopted June 5, 2019, that amended the FY 2019 Capital Improvement Plan to include the General Obligation Bond projects, and funding is available in account number 333.219901.52200.564530.001191.000.000.

 

Ten-8 Fire Equipment, Inc. has offered the City a pre-paid discount of $39,327.00 if payment is made within 15 days of purchase order issuance.

 

 

Recommended for inclusion on the agenda by:

Alexander Poli, Division Chief

Rodolfo Jurado, Fire Chief

George R. Keller, Jr., CPPT, Deputy City Manager