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File #: 2020-1531    Version: 1 Name:
Type: Consent Item - Regular Status: Agenda Ready
File created: 7/31/2020 In control: Board of County Commissioners
On agenda: 9/8/2020 Final action:
Title: 05-193, Award Amendment #9, Engineering Services-Pirate Harbor Waterway, (Public Works)
Attachments: 1. 05-193 Pirate HarborContract, 2. 05-193 Pirate HarborAmend#1, 3. 05-193 Pirate HarborAmend#2, 4. 05-193 Pirate HarborAmend#3, 5. 05-193 Pirate HarborAmend#4, 6. 05-193 Pirate HarborAmend#5, 7. 05-193 Pirate HarborAmend#6, 8. 05-193 Pirate HarborAmend#7, 9. 05-193 Pirate HarborAmend#8, 10. 05-193 Pirate HarborAmend#9, 11. c390504.pdf, 12. Amendment #9 to Contract No. 2005000193
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DEPARTMENT MAKING REQUEST

Public Works

 

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05-193, Award Amendment #9, Engineering Services-Pirate Harbor Waterway, (Public Works)

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REQUESTED MOTION/ACTION

 

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Recommended Action:

a) Approve award of Amendment #9, Engineering Services-Pirate Harbor Waterway, with Coastal Engineering Consultants, in the amount of $13,720; and

b) Authorize the Chairman to sign the Amendment. This is for implementation of the seagrass mitigation plan and completion of public interest requirements required by State and Federal Permits.

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budget

Budgeted Action:

No action needed. Funding is available from Pirate Harbor Waterway MSBU project, “Maintenance Dredging” as approved in the FY20 budget process. Funding for this expenditure comes from Pirate Harbor Waterway MSBU assessments.

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BACKGROUND (Why is this Action Necessary, and What Action will be accomplished)

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Background: 

This contract was for professional services in applying for separate standard general permits for dredging a 2,300-foot channel and removing rock in the pirate Harbor Waterway System, originally approved by the Board on May 10, 2005.

Amendment #1 was for additional professional services in order to respond to the Department of Environmental Protection’s (DEP) request for additional information (RAIs).

Amendment #2 was for professional services required in order to respond to new requests from DEP concerning proposed dredging to remove rock from existing marked waterway.

Amendment #3 was required to respond to continuing requests from DEP, Charlotte Harbor Aquatic Preserve, Army Corps of Engineers, and National Marine Fisheries Services concerning proposed dredging to remove rock from existing marked waterway with Pirate Harbor Subdivision.

Amendment #4 was for continuation of the project in commencing construction phase and reflected the additional work required

Amendment #5 was for additional design required to dredge the Entrance Channel to Pirate Harbor in order to accommodate existing vessel fleet extending from main channel in Charlotte Harbor to existing residential canals maintained by the Pirate Harbor MSBU within the subdivision.

Amendment #6 was for additional information requested by the agencies to complete the permit application process.

Amendment #7 was to assist the County in preparing, attending, and presenting the Project Details to the Board of Trustees of the Internal Improvement Fund hearing in Tallahassee.

Amendment #8 was to assist the County in implementing the seagrass mitigation plan and complete the public interest requirements required by State and Federal Permits for the Pirate Harbor Entrance Channel Dredging Project.

This Amendment #9 is to conduct the first annual mitigation plan monitoring and reporting as required by the Project permits. A complete breakdown of scope and fee is attached, along with the original contract previous amendments.

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