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File #: 19-0997    Version: 1 Name: Utility Relocation Contract 2019-0229 Atmos Energy - Franklin Rd Corridor Improvements
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. 2019-0229) with Atmos Energy Corporation for the Franklin Road Corridor Improvements (Streetscape) Project, Harpeth River Bridge to Harpeth Industrial Court/Hooper Lane. (CIC 9/26/19, 4-0)
Sponsors: Engineering
Attachments: 1. 2019-0229 ATMOS Utility Relocation_Franklin_Rd_Streetscape.Law Approved.pdf
DATE: September 26, 2019

TO: Board of Mayor and Aldermen

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

SUBJECT:
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Consideration of a Utility Relocation Agreement (COF Contract No. 2019-0229) with Atmos Energy Corporation for the Franklin Road Corridor Improvements (Streetscape) Project, Harpeth River Bridge to Harpeth Industrial Court/Hooper Lane. (CIC 9/26/19, 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 Atmos Energy Corporation (Atmos) 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, existing Atmos gas lines must be relocated to eliminate conflicts with the proposed City work. Per this utility relocation agreement, it is in the mutual interest of both the City and Atmos that their gas line utility relocation work be performed as part of the City's upcoming Franklin Road project's construction contract. The City will show the proposed relocation of the Atmos facilities in the City's construction plans as project cost items. The City will be responsible for having its contractor or subcontractor perform the Atmos utility relocation work in accordance with the City's construction contract. Atmos agrees to fully reimburse the City for their construction cost.

Financial Impact
The City, with help from Atmos, developed final utility relocation construction plans and a construction cost estimate, showing the manner of relocating their facilities. The estimated total Atmos relocation cost is in the amount of $550,360.00. Atmos will make a lump sum payment to the City for the estimated amount, prior to bidding. In the event...

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