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File #: 19-1000    Version: 1 Name: Amendment No. 5 Contract 2014-0209 CT Consultants Final Plans and Specs for the Franklin Rd Corridor
Type: Contract/Agreement Status: Agenda Ready
File created: 9/27/2019 In control: Board of Mayor & Aldermen
On agenda: 11/12/2019 Final action:
Title: Consideration of Amendment No. 5 to the Professional Services Agreement (COF Contract No. 2014-0209) with CT Consultants, Inc. for the Preparation of Final Plans and Specifications for the Franklin Road Corridor (Streetscape) Improvements Project, from the Harpeth River Bridge to Harpeth Industrial Court, at a Cost INCREASE Not-to-Exceed $52,000.00. (9/26/19 CIC, 4-0)
Sponsors: Engineering
Attachments: 1. 2014-0209 Amendment 5_Franklin_Road_StScape_CTC_PSA_with Exhibit_Law Approved.pdf

DATE: September 26, 2019

TO: Board of Mayor and Aldermen

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

SUBJECT:
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Consideration of Amendment No. 5 to the Professional Services Agreement (COF Contract No. 2014-0209) with CT Consultants, Inc. for the Preparation of Final Plans and Specifications for the Franklin Road Corridor (Streetscape) Improvements Project, from the Harpeth River Bridge to Harpeth Industrial Court, at a Cost INCREASE Not-to-Exceed $52,000.00. (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 Amendment No. 5 to the Professional Services Agreement (PSA) with CT Consultants, Inc. (CTC) for the Preparation of Final Plans and Specifications for the Franklin Road Corridor (Streetscape) Improvements Project, from the Harpeth River Bridge to Harpeth Industrial Court.

Background
The history of this PSA (COF Contract No. 2014-0209) with CTC is as follows:

October 14, 2014 - BOMA approved COF Contract No. 2014-0209 authorizing CTC to complete the remaining steps to finalize the Franklin Road construction plans and specifications. Because the project was shelved for 5 years, additional funds were required to update the survey and complete the design.

February 9, 2016 - BOMA approved Amendment No. 1 to convert the originally designed decorative Metal Halide street lights to LED light fixtures.

June 11, 2017 - BOMA approved Amendment No. 2 to update the project design based upon several factors: inclusion of 3 new fiber line utilities now occupying MTEMC utility poles; the addition of two 10'x18' box culvert bridge structures recommended for installation at the Harpeth River per the Army Corp of Engineers' Franklin Road Feasibility Study; and right-of-way and easement coordination with recently developed water and sa...

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