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File #: 19-0994    Version: 1 Name: Utility Relocation Agreement 2019-0272 MTEMC Franklin Rd Corridor
Type: Contract/Agreement Status: Consent Agenda
File created: 9/27/2019 In control: Board of Mayor & Aldermen
On agenda: 11/12/2019 Final action:
Title: Consideration of a Utility Relocation Agreement (COF Contract No. 2019-0272) with Middle Tennessee Electric Membership Corporation for the Franklin Road Corridor Improvements (Streetscape) Project, Harpeth River Bridge to Harpeth Industrial Court/Hooper Lane. (9/26/19 CIC, 4-0)
Sponsors: Paul Holzen
Attachments: 1. COF 2019-0272 Franklin Rd UTILITY RELOCATION AGREEMENT_MTEMC_with exhibit_Law Approved.pdf

DATE: September 27, 2019

TO: Board of Mayor and Aldermen

FROM: Eric Stuckey, City Administrator
Paul Holzen, City Engineer/Director of Engineering
William Banks, Staff Engineer

SUBJECT:
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Consideration of a Utility Relocation Agreement (COF Contract No. 2019-0272) with Middle Tennessee Electric Membership Corporation for the Franklin Road Corridor Improvements (Streetscape) Project, Harpeth River Bridge to Harpeth Industrial Court/Hooper Lane. (9/26/19 CIC, 4-0)
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Purpose
The purpose of this memorandum is to provide information to the Franklin Board of Mayor and Aldermen (BOMA) concerning a Utility Relocation Agreement with Middle Tennessee Electric Membership Corporation (MTEMC) for the Franklin Road Corridor Improvements (Streetscape) Project, Harpeth River Bridge to Harpeth Industrial Court/Hooper Lane.

Background
As a part of the Franklin Road Corridor Improvements (Streetscape) Project, all overhead/aerial utility lines are being removed, and must be relocated and placed underground in a new conduit duct bank system (as part of the streetscape improvements). Because this relocation affects existing MTEMC aerial lines in private MTEMC rights-of-way, and additional construction costs incurred by MTEMC to place their lines underground, the proposed agreement allows MTEMC to recoup these additional costs.

Financial Impact
The total estimated cost for the MTEMC relocation work is $770,733.56, per the attached Exhibit A, estimated total construction costs. City will reimburse MTEMC for the total estimated cost related to the relocation of its facilities on private MTEMC rights-of-way and total construction costs, including but not limited to labor, materials, engineering, inspection, and the betterment cost of an underground installation in lieu of overhead.

Recommendation
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Staff recommends approval of the proposed Utility Relocation Agreement with Middle Tennessee Electric Membership Corporation (COF Contract No. 2019-0272).

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