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2020-10-27 - Agendas - FinalCITY OF FAYETTEVILLE ARKANSAS MEETING AGENDA City Council Transportation Committee Tuesday, October 27, 2020 5:30 pm or Immediately Following Agenda Session NOTICE: THE TRANSPORTATION COMMITTEE WILL BE HELD VIRTUALLY WITH NO PHYSICAL LOCATION TO ATTEND VIDEO CONFERENCING BY ZOOM WILL BE USED FOR THIS MEETING. INSTRUCTIONS FOR LOGGING INTO ZOOM ARE ON PAGE 3. Members: Matthew Petty, Chairperson; Sarah Marsh; Sarah Bunch; Kyle Smith City Staff: Chris Brown, City Engineer; Terry Gulley, Transportation Director Agenda: 1. Old Business: None. 2. New Business: A. MIDTOWN CORRIDOR DESIGN CONTRACT AMENDMENT: Review of a proposed contract amendment with Olsson, Inc. for additional services on the Porter/Deane/Sycamore/Poplar Corridor (Midtown Corridor) project. (Staff requests a recommendation from the Committee to the City Council on this item.) B. SAIN STREET EXTENSION SUPPLEMENTAL AGREEMENT FOR CONSTRUCTION PHASE ENGINEERING SERVICES: Review of a proposed supplemental agreement (contract amendment) with Burns and McDonnell Engineering Company, Inc. for construction phase engineering, inspection, and materials testing servicesfor the Sain Street Extension Project. (Staff requests a recommendation from the Committee to the City Council on this item.) C. ROLLING HILLS IMPROVEMENTS -COLLEGE AVE. TO OLD MISSOURI ROAD: Review of a proposed contract with Garver, Inc. for design services on Rolling Hills Drive, between College Avenue and Old Missouri Road. (Staff requests a recommendation from the Committee to the City Council on this item.) D. PERSIMMON STREET/54T" STREET IMPROVEMENTS: Review of concept drawings and budget estimates for improvements to Persimmon Street, between Broyles Ave. and 54t" Street, and 54t" Street between Persimmon and the Owl Creek bridge. These segments are too narrow for 2-way traffic to pass safely. As traffic has increased due to development, so have complaints and requests for improvements to these streets. Concepts and related costs for various options are attached. These projects are presented for funding consideration in the 2019 bond program. Mailing Address: 113 W. Mountain Street www.fayetteville-ar.gov Fayetteville, AR 72701 E. PRAIRIE STREET AND WEST AVENUE IMPROVEMENTS: Improvements to Prairie Street, between School Avenue and Government Avenue, and West Avenue between South Street and Prairie, have been identified as a funding priority in the Downtown Walkability Improvements Project funded by the Transportation Bond Program. Conceptual Plans are attached for review and comment by the Committee. Staff will engage adjacent property owners and the general public on this project prior to developing a final recommended design. F. 1-49 AND HWY 62/180 (MARTIN LUTHER KING, JR. BLVD) INTERCHANGE: Review of conceptual plans and cost estimate for City recommended revisions to the 1-49 and Hwy 62/180 interchange. Garver Engineers has developed a report providing an alternative design to that proposed by ArDOT. This design will enhance access to the interstate and reduce the length of one-way frontage road on the west side of the interstate, thereby better access to properties on the west side of the frontage road. The additional cost to the City is for the work proposed in the design report is estimated to be $1.4 million. It should be noted that betterments to the project, including wider sidewalks than standard, along with increased construction costs, may cause the final partnering cost to increase. If recommended by the Committee, staff will prepare a resolution of intent to partner with ArDOT for approval by the City Council, so that negotiations can begin with ArDOT. (Staff requests a recommendation from the Committee to the City Council on this item.) G. TRAFFIC CALMING POLICY: Staff has developed a draft policy for evaluating neighborhood speeding complaints and implementing projects to calm traffic on streets that meet policy criteria. The draft policy is attached, along with a list of locations that have been scored or will be scored. 3. Reports: A. Slow Streets Program B. Transportation Bond Program Update C. Transportation Division Workplan Update 4. Adjourn ►I CITY OF FAYETTEVIL.t. 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Watch tutorial videos at: https://support.zoom.us/hc/en-us Chris Brown Submitted By City of Fayetteville Staff Review Form 2020-0933 Legistar File ID 11/17/2020 City Council Meeting Date - Agenda Item Only N/A for Non -Agenda Item 10/22/2020 ENGINEERING (621) Submitted Date Division / Department Action Recommendation: Approval of Contract Amendment #1 in the amount of $196,190.00 with Olsson Associates, Inc. for the Porter/Deane/Sycamore/Poplar Corridor (Midtown Corridor) and approval of a budget adjustment. 4602.860.7218-5860.02 Account Number 46020.7218.1000 Budget Impact: 4602 - Street Projects 2019 Bonds Fund 46020.7218.1000 - Streets Project, Porter/Deane/Sycamore/Poplar Design Project Number Budgeted Item? Yes Current Budget Funds Obligated Current Balance Does item have a cost? Yes Item Cost Budget Adjustment Attached? Yes Budget Adjustment Remaining Budget Purchase Order Number: Change Order Number: Original Contract Number Comments: Project Title $ 408,621.00 $ 396,239.56 a 12,381.44 $ 196,190.00 $ 196,190.00 12, 381.44 V20180321 2019-00000800 Previous Ordinance or Resolution # 255-19 2019-00000053 Approval Date: 11/19/2020 r� ma's CITY OF �FAYETTEVILLE ARKANSAS MEETING OF NOVEMBER 17, 2020 TO: Mayor and City Council THRU: Susan Norton, Chief of Staff Garner Stoll, Development Services Director Chris Brown, City Engineer FROM: Matt Casey, Engineering Design Manager DATE: October 22, 2020 CITY COUNCIL MEMO SUBJECT: Approval of Contract Amendment #1 in the amount of $196,190.00 with Olsson Associates, Inc. for the Porter/Deane/Sycamore/Poplar Corridor (Midtown Corridor) and approval of a budget adjustment. RECOMMENDATION: Staff recommends approval of Contract Amendment #1 in the amount of $196,190.00 with Olsson Associates, Inc. for the Porter/Deane/Sycamore/Poplar Corridor (Midtown Corridor) and approval of a budget adjustment. BACKGROUND: The Midtown Corridor is a priority project in the 2019 Bond Program and includes several different components. The corridor is 2.3 miles in length and runs in an east -west direction through a flat part of the middle of the city from 1-49 at Porter to College Avenue at Poplar Street. The project includes vehicular improvements to the intersection of Porter Road and 1-49 to improve the traffic flow for the large volume of traffic from the west of 1-49 turning onto the interstate heading north. Along Porter Road and Deane Street from the interstate to Garland Avenue the project includes street improvements with new turn lanes and drainage as well as separated pedestrian and bicycle facilities. This includes coordination with the planning and design of the new police headquarters and fire station. The street, drainage pedestrian, and bicycle improvements will continue along Sycamore Street from Garland Avenue to the Razorback Greenway. From the Greenway to College Avenue, the project will include multi -use trail construction along the Poplar Street alignment. Finally, a connection to the south from Poplar Street to Gregory Park will be designed as part of this contract. The City Council approved a design contract with Olsson Associates, Inc. in November of 2019. DISCUSSION: Staff has been working with Olsson on the preliminary design for this project. Through public input meetings, design charrettes, and City Council input meetings, additional design elements have been identified that need to be included in the scope of the design contract. Mailing Address: 113 W. Mountain Street www.fayetteville-ar.gov Fayetteville, AR 72701 A full list of the design scope changes is included in Appendix A of the contract amendment. The contract amendment includes: 1. A change from a roundabout design planned at the intersection of 1-49 and Porter Road to a traffic signal with dual -left turn lanes and widening of the on -ramp. 2. Additional analysis and design changes to the intersection of Porter Road and Deane Street. The original intersection design has changed to a roudabout in coordination with design changes to the Police Headquarters site. 3. A change in the alignment of the trail to route through Tri-Cycle Farms. Additional survey and design are necessary for this change. 4. Miscellaneous design elements including additional pedestrian hybrid beacons, rectangular rapid flashing beacons and drainage outfall changes. 5. Addition of services for right of way document preparation. BUDGET/STAFF IMPACT: The design for this project will be paid for with the funds from the 2019 Transportation Bond Project and from a Walton Family Foundation grant. The total fee including this change will be $967,407.40 of which $410,000 will be paid from grand funding and $557,407.40 from the bond fund. Total funding for this project in Phase I of the Bond Program is $3,436,000. Attachments: Corridor Map Olsson Associates, Inc. Scope and Fee - Engineering Agreement Budget Adjustment ,` V 10 iancs++uc VFJPaye' N r �a Q Apartments W E y� Village Lake Dr V V S Wash. Co. � Fairgrounds Sunbridge D 49 '+o 1= Y •• i .a�lea •SL" Meadow Valley Trail G + napp bt y� 7ownshl •. r N yr Arkansas Agricultural Research �@ r - - Proposed Roundabout E x r e n s+ a n Center C� Proposed separated Proposed Bicycle, n U Bicycle & Pedestrian ai o Facilities a ``\d~ Future Police Headquarters > Pedestrian, Drainage o s= & Street improvements 5 F _ �+ Q Proposed separated i Po ar fit. Poplar St. Bicycle & Pedestrian faclities M C elma !j , c o gel A� Existing Trail C. Deane St Q Deane St. a� Proposed Proposed turn lanes at ` Sycam rest. vrP St On -street �j intersections Lewis Bikeway Soccer Syca Complex a Asbetl Q 0 � •_:•••. sn Afaunt Comfortlga re L v Proposed Park a a' � Signalized > Crossing �•:.i g Veterl3riS Evelyn 112. Health C: ii� Hills a System of Legend - _j Proposed Midtown Trail �eq��yt o at °� ...'• Existing Shared -Use Paved Trails City of Fayetteville, AR CITY OF �� FawETTEVILLE Midtown Trail Corridor - 2.5 Miles October 2019 ARKANSAS Porter Rd./Deane St./Sycamore St./Poplar St./Woodland Ave. 0 0.125 0.25 0.5 Miles AMENDMENT NO. 1 To CONTRACT FOR PROFESSIONAL ENGINEERING SERVICES FOR THE PORTER/DEANE/SYCAMORE/POPLAR CORRIDOR Between CITY OF FAYETTEVILLE, ARKANSAS And OLSSON, Inc. WHEREAS, on November 19, 2019, the City of Fayetteville, Arkansas (CITY OF FAYETTEVILLE) and Olsson, Inc. of Fayetteville, Arkansas (ENGINEER) entered into an Agreement for professional engineering services in connection with the Porter/Deane/Sycamore/Poplar Corridor (the "Project"); and WHEREAS, the scope of the current contract excluded additional engineering services, and the CITY OF FAYETTEVILLE now wishes to increase the scope of work to include these additional engineering services as described in the scope of services attached as Appendix A, and WHEREAS, the current Agreement must now be amended to provide the additional scope and amount of compensation to the ENGINEER for the additional work; and NOW THEREFORE, in consideration of the mutual covenants and Agreements herein contained, CITY OF FAYETTEVILLE and the ENGINEER, the parties hereto, stipulate and agree that the Contract for Professional Engineering Services dated November 19, 2019 is hereby amended in the following particulars: SECTION 5 — PAYMENTS TO THE ENGINEER Section 5.1 is amended as follows: 5.1 The maximum not -to -exceed amount authorized for this agreement is increased by this Amendment 1 in an amount of $196,190.00 from $771,217.40 to $967,407.40 which includes all reimbursable expenses. APPENDIX A — SCOPE OF SERVICES Add the following scope of work as described in the attached Appendix A for Amendment 1. Amend Section A.4 to include additional fees as shown in the attached Appendix B for Amendment 1 Amend Section A.5 to reflect the revised project schedules as shown in the attached Appendix C for Amendment 1. All other provisions of the original Agreement remain in full force and effect 019-3988 Amendment No.1 Page 1 IN WITNESS WHEREOF, CITY OF FAYETTEVILLE, ARKANSAS by and through its Mayor, and ENGINEER, by its authorized officer have caused this Amendment to be duly executed this day of , 2020. CITY OF FAYETTEVILLE, ARKANSAS By: Mayor, Lioneld Jordan ATTEST: By: City Clerk OLSSON, INC. i Brad Hammond, P.E.; Office Leader By: Richard D. Herrick, P.E.; Vice President END OF AMENDMENT NO. 1 TO CONTRACT FOR PROFESSIONAL ENGINEERING SERVICES 019-3988 Amendment No.1 Page 2 APPENDIX A - AMENDMENT 1 SCOPE OF SERVICES October 21, 2020 During execution of the concept and preliminary design, and in coordination with the design of the police station headquarters, the CITY OF FAYETTEVILLE requested additional scope items that were not included in the original Consultant contract. The purpose of this amendment is to revise and update the scope of services, fee estimate, and schedule to reflect the requested changes and the required adjustment in the work effort. This amendment also adds tasks that were not included in the original contract. Below is a list of the additional work items and a general description of each task. TASK 1: INTERSECTION OF PORTER ROAD WITH INTERCHANGE ENTRANCE RAMP The original contract scope and estimate assumed a roundabout would be designed at this intersection. After the initial traffic study was completed it was determined that the best option for this intersection would be a standard intersection that would require eastbound to northbound dual left turns lanes onto the interchange entrance ramp. To accommodate the dual lefts, widening of the on -ramp would be necessary. Additional analyses and concept layouts to determine the extent of RAMP widening and to allow the City to coordinate with ArDOT on this issue was required. In a meeting on October 15, 2020 it was decided that additional analysis, concept design, and cost estimates were necessary before finalizing a decision to move forward with this portion of the project. Adjustment in the work effort to accomplish this Task 1 includes the following: 1.1 Add Interchange ramp analyses and concept layouts to determine ramp widening options to accommodate dual left turn lanes including coordination with the City and responding to ArDOT comments. (this is work already completed and consisted of basic layouts and not the same as Task 1.4) 1.2 Remove 30%, 60% and 100% roundabout design tasks at Interchange 1.3 Add VISSIM analysis to estimate the benefits of the proposed interchange improvements that include dual lefts and an additional receiving lane on the 1-49 northbound on -ramp. The VISSIM analysis will include the Porter Road portion of the interchange only, including both signalized ramp intersections, using the traffic data in the previous traffic study. 1.4 Add concept design for the intersection and ramp to determine potential impacts and estimated costs of the proposed improvements. Design layout will utilize the City's GIS data. No additional survey will be conducted. (this new work and not the same as previously completed in Task 1.1) NOTE: The additional survey along the interchange ramp and the 30%, 60% and 100% design tasks for a standard Intersection with turn lanes, ramp widening and traffic signal design at the interchange is not included in this amendment. Should the City decide to move forward with a project at this location after completion of Task 1.3 and 1.4 an additional contract amendment will be required. TASK 2: INTERSECTION OF PORTER ROAD AND W DEANE STREET The original contract scope and estimate assumed the alignment of the Porter/Deane intersection would be similar to the existing alignment following a continuous curve from Porter Road to Deane Street, including a T-intersection with Porter Road south of Deane Street. No traffic signal was included. In coordination with the design of the proposed police station site, The CITY OF FAYETTEVILLE requested that other intersection configurations be considered, including a signalized T-intersection where Deane Street would "T" with Porter Road in addition to a single lane roundabout option. The roundabout option was selected as the preferred option. Adjustment in the work effort to accomplish this Task 2 includes the following: 2.1 Add T-Intersection and Roundabout Traffic Analysis and technical memo at Porter/Deane 2.2 Prepare concept layouts for roundabout & T-Intersection for Porter/Deane 2.3 Add 30%, 60% and 100% roundabout design for the Porter and Deane Intersection. (includes landscaping and lighting per the original scope and includes Task 3.3) This work assumes no improvements at the interchange ramp. The north leg of Porter from the roundabout will transition to match the existing geometrics at the interchange ramp. TASK 3: OTHER ITEMS Throughout the course of concept and 30% design work additional design options were considered that were not included in the original scope of services. Decisions were made to modify the trail alignment to go through Lynn's Place and Tri-Cycle Farms to Sycamore instead of along Deane Street to Garland Avenue, and to modify the drainage route from the Porter/Deane intersection to travel adjacent to the Porter Place Townhouses. One RRFB signal design at Sycamore/ Woodland was included in the original contract. The City has since requested seven additional RRFB signals; three at the roundabout, three on Deane at the intersections with Evening Shade, Sang, and Lewis, and one at the intersection of Poplar with the Greenway. The City has also requested a PHB signal at Lynns Place/Deane. The signal modification at Deane/Garland is no longer required but a modification is now required at Garland / Sycamore. Right-of-way title work and documents were not included in the original contract and have been added to this Task 3. Adjustment in the work effort to accomplish this task includes the following: 3.1 Additional Survey for Lynn's Place, the new drainage route from Porter and Deane Intersection, and few other miscellaneous locations such as the church parking lot adjacent to E Poplar Street. 3.2 Add 30%, 60% 100% design for the Lynn's Place/Tri- Cycle Farms re -alignment. (include deduct for design along Garland) 3.3 Design of the new drainage route from the Porter/Deane intersection (note, fee for this work is included in Task 2.4) 3.4 Extend the Sycamore project to the east across the railroad (concept only, no additional fee) 3.5 Add seven RRFB signal designs (total of 8.) The RRFB signal designs includes pole placement, pavement markings, and signage and standard details to be provided by the City. Seven of the eight are assumed to be solar powered with push buttons (7 at $3000 each.) The RRFB at Poplar/Greenway will be powered with additional detection and control cabinet ($8500 for this location.) The design and layout of the crossings is included in the roadway design fees. 3.6 Add one PHB signal design 3.7 Add Title Work, and Right of Way/Easement Documents for entire project (Assumes 75 parcels) TASK 4: BID PACKAGES 4.1 The original contract assumed three bid packages. This amendment increases the number of bid packages to four requiring additional bid phase services. TASK 5: PROJECT MANAGEMENT 5.1 Provide project management and coordination for Tasks 1 through 4. APPENDIX B Wednesday, October 21, 2020 FEE SUMMARY BY EMPLOYEE CLASSIFICATION Personnel Total Hr. 2020 $ Per Hr. Labor Cost Total Cost Project Manager PM 56 $268.00 $15,008 $15,008.00 Senior Manager SM 51 $212.00 $10,812 $10,812.00 Team Leader TL 70 $202.00 $14,140 $14,140.00 Senior Engineer 2 SE2 108 $185.00 $19,980 $19,980.00 Senior Engineer 1 SE1 170 $177.00 $30,090 $30,090.00 Project Engineer PE 0 $139.00 $0 $0.00 Designer DES 120 $124.00 $14,880 $14,880.00 Assistant Engineer 3 AE3 270 $105.00 $28,350 $28,350.00 Assistant engineer 2 AE2 -247 $100.00 -$24,700 -$24,700.00 Assistant Engineer 1 AE1 0 $94.00 $0 $0.00 Technician TECH 160 $57.00 $9,120 $9,120.00 Associate Scientist AS 0 $94.00 $0 $0.00 Project Scientist PS 0 $110.00 $0 $0.00 Senior Scientist SS 0 $164.00 $0 $0.00 Surveyor (1-man Crew) SC1 64 $120.00 $7,680 $7,680.00 Senior Suveyor S SVY 366 $120.00 $43,920 $43,920.00 Surveyor Technician SVY TECH 104 $90.00 $9,360 $9,360.00 Admin Admin 40 $95.00 $3,800 $3,800.00 Geotech Engineer GE 0 $131.00 $0 $0.00 Sr Geotech SGE 0 $204.00 $0 $0.00 Geotech Technician GT 0 $90.00 $0 $0.00 Total Labor 1332 $182,440.00 Total Expenses $13,750.00 TOTALS 1332 $182,440 $196,190.00 Note: Rates shown are for estimating purposes only; actual billing rate is based on the rate for each individual employee and the attached billing rate scheule. Fees for individual phases or tasks may exceed the subtotals shown but total fees shall not exceed total of $196,190 FEE SUMMARY BY MAJOR TASK Task Hours Labor Expenses Total 1 INTERSECTION OF PORTER ROAD WITH INTERCHANGE ENTRANCE RAMP -936 $ (99,640.00) $ 500.00 $ (99,140.00) 2 INTERSECTION OF PORTER ROAD AND W DEANE STREET 1212 $ 142,894.00 $ 500.00 $ 143,394.00 3 OTHER ITEMS 936 $ 114,634.00 $ 12,750.00 $ 127,384.00 4 BID PACKAGES 42 $ 8,016.00 $ 8,016.00 5 PROJECT MANAGEMENT 78 $ 16,536.00 $ - $ 16,536.00 TOTALS 1332 $ 182,440.00 $ 13,750.00 $ 196,190.00 Wednesday, October 21, 2020 APPENDIX B - EXPENSE SUMMARY Expenses Quantity $ Ea. Cost Design Travel, mile (car) MILES 0.54 $0.00 Hotel/Lodging PER NIGHT 125.00 $0.00 Meals PER DAY 25.00 $0.00 Miscellaneous Expenses (Plots, Copies, Reports, etc.) 1 LS 1000 $1,000.00 Survey Travel, mile (survey) MILES 0.75 $0.00 Hotel/Lodging PER NIGHT 125 $0.00 Meals PER DAY 25 $0.00 Title Work 75 EACH 150 $11,250.00 Miscellaneous Expenses (Plots, Copies, Reports, etc.) 1 LS 1500 $1,500.00 Geotech Hotel/Lodging PER NIGHT 125.00 $0.00 Meals PER DAY 25.00 $0.00 Mobilization LS 1037.00 $0.00 Travel, Drill Rig MILES 2.25 $0.00 Travel, Support Truck Miles 0.8 $0.00 Traffic Control Permit EA. 1000 $0.00 Traffic Control Day 2500 $0.00 Drilling, straight auger Foot 15 $0.00 Sampling EA. 18 $0.00 Wireline Rock Coring Foot 53 $0.00 $0.00 Lab Testing $0.00 Unconfined Compressive Strength - Soils EA. 50 $0.00 Dry Density EA. 21 $0.00 Moisture Content EA. 15 $0.00 Rock Core Breaks EA. 40 $0.00 Atterberg Limits EA. 95 $0.00 $0.00 $0.00 $0.00 Subtotal Design $1,000.00 Subtotal Survey $12,750.00 Subtotal Geotech $0.00 TOTAL EXPENSES $13,750.00 1790 APPENDIX B -STAFF HOUR ESTIMATE - PORTER INTERCHANGE AND MIDTOWN TRAIL AMENDMENT 1 Hourly Rate-->>> $268.00 $212.00 $202.00 $185.00 $177.00 $139.00 $124.00 $105.00 $100.00 $94.00 $57.00 $164.00 $120.00 $120.00 $90.00 $95.00 Wednesday, October 21, 2020 Task No. Description of Work Items / TasksMTV PM SM TL SE1 PE DES AE3 AE2 AE1 TECH SS SCII S SW SW TECH Total Manhours Total Labor Fee Subtotal SE2 1 INTERSECTION OF PORTER ROAD WITH INTERCHANGE ENTRANCE RAMP 1.1 Interchange ramp analysis and concept layouts (previous work) 2 2 2 16 22 $3,182 $3,182.00 1.2 Delete Interchange roundabout design -120 -60 -400 -260 -260 -1100 -$127,060 -$127,060.00 1.3 Add VISSIM analysis 48 48 $9,696 $9,696.00 1.4 Add interchange concept design and cost estimate 24 40 30 94 $14,542 $14,542.00 0 $0 $0.00 -70 -58 -344 -230 0 0 -260 0 0 0 - 2 INTERSECTION OF PORTER ROAD AND W DEANE STREET 0 $0 $0.00 2.1 T-intersection and roundabout traffic analysis and memo 2 4 2 2 12 22 $3,216 $3,216.00 2.2 Concept layout for T-intersection and roundabout 16 24 40 $5,808 $5,808.00 2.3 30%,60% and 100% Roundabout Design 120 70 440 260 260 1150 $133,870 $133,870.00 0 $0 $0.00 0 2 18 0 72 0 0 0 1212 3 OTHER ITEMS 0 $0 $0.00 3.1 Additional Survey 64 44 104 212 $22,320 $22,320.00 3.2 30%, 60%, 100 % Lynns Place(fri Re -alignment Design 80 80 -120 160 200 $19,680 $19,680.00 3.3 Design of New Porter Deane Drainage Route (included in 2.4) FEE INCLUDED IN TASK 2.4 0 $0 $0.00 3.4 Extend Sycamore Project Across Railroad (concept only) NO ADDITIONAL FEE 0 $0 $0.00 3.5 Eight RRFB Signal Designs 32 64 108 204 $29,964 $29,964.00 3.5a Deduct original RRFB design as it was estimated in error -127 -127 -$12,700 -$12,700.00 3.6 Add one PHB signal design 15 30 40 85 $12,930 $12,930.00 3.7 Title Work and Descriptions for entire project 322 40 362 $42,440 $42,440.00 0 $0 $0.00 0 0 94 80 0Fr 0 228 r 0 160 0 64 104 40 9 4 BID PACKAGES 0 $0 $0.00 4.1 One additional bid packages 2 16 24 42 $8,016 $8,016.00 0 $0 $0.00 2 0 16 0 24 0 0 0 0 JL 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 5 PROJECT MANAGEMENT 0 $0 $0.00 5.1 Project Management for Tasks 1 through 4. 30 48 78 $16,536 $16,536.00 30 0 48 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 $0 $0.00 Total Manhours 56 51 70 108 170 0 120 270 -247 0 160 0 64 366 104 40 1,332 $182,440 Total Labor $15,008 $10,812 $14,140 $19,980 $30,090 $0 $14,880 $28,350 -$24,700 $0 $9,120 $0 $7,680 $43,920 $9,360 $3,800 $182,440 $182,440.00 Total Expenses $13,750.00 Total Not to Exceed Fee $196,190.00 -$99,640.00 $142,894.00 $114,634.00 $8,016.00 $16,536,00 APPENDIX C - SCHEDULE West Deane Schedule (Roundabout) East Deane/Sycamore Schedule Item Calendar Days Estimated Completion Date Item Calendar Days Estimated Completion Date Notice to Proceed 0 Friday, October 16, 2020 Notice to Proceed Additional Drainage Survey Friday, November 6, 2020 Additional Survey Friday, November 6, 2020 30% plans 31 Monday, November 16, 2020 30% plans Completed City review 14 Monday, November 30, 2020 City review Completed 60%plans 60 Friday, January 29, 2021 60%plans 60 Friday, November 20, 2020 City review 14 Friday, February 12, 2021 City review 14 Friday, December 4, 2020 95% plans 90 Thursday, May 13, 2021 95% plans 80 Monday, February 22, 2021 City review 14 Thursday, May 27, 2021 City review 15 Tuesday, March 9, 2021 100% Plans 7 Thursday, June 3, 2021 100% Plans 13 Monday, March 22, 2021 Interchange Analysis Schedule Poplar/Woodland Schedule Item Calendar Days Estimated Completion Date Item Calendar Days Estimated Completion Date Notice to Proceed 0 Friday, October 16, 2020 Notice to Proceed VISSIM Analysis 38 Monday, November 23, 2020 Additional Survey Friday, November 6, 2020 Concept Design and Estimate 38 Monday, November 23, 2020 30% plans Completed City review Completed 60%plans 60 Friday, November 20, 2020 City review 14 Friday, December 4, 2020 95% plans 80 Monday, February 22, 2021 City review 15 Tuesday, March 9, 2021 100% Plans 13 Monday, March 22, 2021 Schedule for Poplar in front of High School to be determined at a later date CITY OF FAYETTEVILLE . ARKANSAS TO: City Council Transportation Committee THRU: Garner Stoll, Development Services Director Chris Brown, City Engineer FROM: Paul Libertini, Staff Engineer DATE: October 22, 2020 SUBJECT: Sain Street Extension — Supplemental Agreement No. 2 STAFF MEMO The Sain Street Extension project is ready to go to construction. A Pre -Bid meeting was held virtually on Tuesday, October 20th. The Bid Opening is scheduled for Wednesday, November 4th Burns & McDonnell Engineering Company has been providing the necessary professional services to complete the design, environmental studies and land acquisition. Both the construction plans and the right-of-way plans have been reviewed and approved by the Arkansas Department of Transportation (ARDOT). Since this is a federally funded (80%) project, it is necessary to follow all the federal guidelines and requirements in order to be eligible for reimbursement of City funds spent on construction. In this regard, it is in the City's best interest to add construction management services to the existing agreement with Burns & McDonnell. Supplemental Agreement No. 2 includes the following tasks: survey control, construction observation (inspection), materials testing and engineering management services. The attached agreement and fee schedule have been reviewed and approved by ARDOT. The cost of these services is $318,328 which will be reimbursed by the State at 80%, leaving the actual cost to the City of only $63,665. It should be noted that most Cities in our region hire out these types of services for federally funded projects due to the significant demand on man-hours and specialty services e.g. bridge inspection. City staff recommends approval of Supplemental Agreement No. 2. Attachments: Supplemental Agreement No. 2 with Burns & McDonnell Engineering Company Mailing Address: 113 W. Mountain Street www.fayetteville-ar.gov Fayetteville, AR 72701 Supplemental Agreement No. 2 Job No. 040688 FAP. No. STPU-9142(39) Sain Street Extension (Fayetteville) (S) Date: WHEREAS, the City of Fayetteville, Arkansas and Burns & McDonnell Engineering Company, Inc. entered into an Agreement for Engineering Services on March 15, 2016; and, WHEREAS, representatives of the City of Fayetteville, Arkansas requested work in addition to that defined in the Agreement. NOW THEREFORE, the following modifications will be made to the Agreement to include the additional work requested: MODIFICATIONS: 1) The "Contract Ceiling Price" (Section 1.2) is increased from $608,134 to 926 462. 2) The "Title I Services Ceiling Price" (Section 1.12) remains unchanged at $608,134. 3) The "Title II Multiplier" (Section 1.13) is updated from 3.367 to 3.577 (<FY 2018). 4) The "Title II Services Ceiling Price" (Section 1.15) is established as $318,328. 5) The fixed fee (Section 3.4) remains unchanged at $37,321. 6) See Attachment A for modifications to the scope of work. 7) The Completion Date (Section 17.1) for Title I Services shall be revised from June 28, 2019 to December 31, 2020 to encompass bid phase services. Completion Date of Title 11 Services will coincide with the Final Acceptance of Work by the City of Fayetteville. 8) See Attachment B for modifications to Appendix A - Justification of fees and costs IN WITNESS WHEREOF, the parties execute this Supplemental Agreement No. 2, to be effective upon the date set out above. BURNS & MCDONNELL CITY OF FAYETTEVILLE, ENGINEERING COMPANY, INC. ARKANSAS BY: BY: Steven Beam, P.E. Lioneld Jordan Business Manager Mayor Attachment A SCOPE OF WORK MODIFICATIONS Supplemental Agreement No. 2 Job No. 040688 FAP. No. STPU-9142(39) Sain Street Extension (Fayetteville) (S) The City of Fayetteville (City), in cooperation with the Arkansas Department of Transportation (ARDOT), formerly known as the Arkansas State Highway and Transportation Department (AHTD), and the Federal Highway Administration (FHWA), engaged Burns & McDonnell Engineering Company, Inc. to provide engineering services for the extension of Sain Street in Fayetteville, Arkansas. Section 7 of the Agreement for Engineering Services set forth the scope of services to be performed. The following Title II Services are now being added to the Scope of Work. CONSTRUCTION MANAGEMENT AND ADMINISTRATION A. GENERAL This work consists of providing construction management services to assist the City. The Consultant shall establish administrative office(s), capable of providing all Engineering Management Services for the Project. The Consultant will serve as an extension of the City to administer the project in accordance with City's standards including ARDOT Standards, e.g., Standard Specifications for Highway Construction, current Resident Engineer's Manual, and the "Manual of Field Sampling and Testing Procedures". The consultant shall be responsible for construction management and administration of the Project to ensure it is constructed in substantial conformance to the construction plans, special provisions and specifications, and the City's relevant standards and manuals. The Consultant shall be the only authorized Project site contact with the City's Representatives; all information, requests for information and correspondence from the Construction Contractor and all other parties at the Project site will be transmitted through the Consultant to the City. The Consultant will provide all construction management to include, but not limited to, furnishing survey crews, inspectors, materials testing laboratory equipment and staff, Resident Engineer, office clerical staff, vehicles, equipment, and supplies as required to provide the Service. The Consultant will perform all construction management to include, but not limited to, identification and recommendation of corrections for omissions, substitutions, defects and deficiencies in the construction plans, the work of the Construction Contractor, its subcontractors, its vendors and its consultants; and coordination of the efforts of the Construction Contractor and the City's Representative in an effort to meet the Project schedule and budget. B. PROJECT STAFFING The Consultant shall provide sufficient trained personnel to adequately and competently provide the Services and satisfy the requirements of this Agreement. The Consultant Attachment A— Scope of Work Modifications Supplemental Agreement No. 2 shall have the necessary qualified personnel available to provide Services for the project. The Consultant's personnel assigned to perform the Services must have prior construction experience in the areas of Services that they are to perform. The Consultant shall maintain a good working relationship with the City. Any person employed by the Consultant or by any Subconsultant who, in the opinion of the City, does not perform his/her Services in a reasonably proper and skillful manner, or is intemperate or disorderly, shall at the written request of the City, be removed immediately by the Consultant or Subconsultant employing such person and shall not be employed again in any portion of the Services without the approval of the City. C. SURVEY CONTROL The Consultant shall be responsible for verifying the existence and accuracy of location for the reference points and baseline control points indicated on the plans. The Consultant shall re-establish any missing or disturbed control points as may be required prior to the start of construction. The Consultant shall establish the survey control baseline(s) along with sufficient baseline control points and benchmarks at appropriate intervals along the project for use by the Construction Contractor and the Consultant in performing verification surveys of construction layout. Control and any additional design surveys shall be supervised and certified (stamped) by a Professional Land Surveyor registered in Arkansas. The Consultant shall utilize software and procedures for quality control and quantity computations as required by the City. The Consultant shall make and record such measurements as are necessary to calculate and document quantities for pay items. All survey work shall be performed under the supervision of a Professional Surveyor registered in the State of Arkansas. D. CONSTRUCTION OBSERVATION The Consultant shall be responsible for monitoring the Construction Contractor's on -site construction operations and inspecting materials entering into the work as required. The Consultant shall keep detailed, accurate records of the Construction Contractor's daily operations in accordance with City's and ARDOT's procedures, rules, standards and policies. The frequency and scope of inspections will vary with the work activity being performed; however, the Consultant shall perform observation services in accordance with the AHTD Resident Engineer's Manual and other procedures, policies, directives and industry accepted standards. The inspector's site attendance shall be dictated by the nature and needs of the construction work being executed on a day to day basis, as such the inspector's work hours shall not reflect the Contractor's work hours. The City will be responsible for performing any required factory inspections of fabricated or manufactured items to be incorporated into the Project. E. TESTING The Consultant shall perform Project -site sampling and testing of component materials and completed work items to ensure the materials and workmanship incorporated in the project are in substantial conformity with the plans, specifications and contract provisions. The Consultant shall meet the minimum sampling frequencies and other provisions as contained in the ARDOT's "Manual of Field Sampling and Testing Attachment A— Scope of Work Modifications Supplemental Agreement No. 2 Procedures." The Consultant shall perform all on -site sampling of materials and such testing of materials and completed work items that are normally required to verify conformance with the contract documents. The Consultant shall provide the services of a Testing Laboratory to perform materials testing of the construction materials incorporated in the work. The Testing Laboratory shall perform material tests in accordance with the ARDOT's "Manual of Field Sampling and Testing Procedures." The Testing Laboratory shall be certified by the Center for Training of Transportation Professionals (CTTP). The Testing Laboratory shall furnish a Laboratory Supervisor who shall be responsible for all Project -site materials testing, documentation, and reporting of test results. The Testing Laboratory shall report test results by phone or email on critical construction items within four hours after the test results have been obtained. A written report shall be prepared and sent to the Consultant within 48 hours after test results are known on any test performed by the Testing Laboratory. All technicians performing materials testing shall be certified by the Center for Training of Transportation Professionals (CTTP) in every area in which materials testing is to be performed. The Consultant shall be responsible for on -site job control samples to determine the acceptability of all materials and completed work items on the basis of either test results or verification of a certification, certified mill analysis, City's label, City's stamp, etc. The Consultant shall maintain a log of each individual test record in accordance with the AHTD's materials testing manual. F. ENGINEERING MANAGEMENT SERVICES The Consultant shall be responsible for engineering management services necessary to verify the Project is completed and ready for acceptance by the City. This will require interpretation of the plans and contract documents, coordination of changes to the project, assistance in processing of change and contract documents, coordination of changes to the project, assistance in processing of Change Orders and supplemental agreements, resolving disputes, claims analysis, and all other engineering management tasks normally handled by a Resident Engineer. These tasks include, but are not limited to the following: 1. Schedule and conduct a pre -construction conference for the Project. Document the conference in accordance with the City's & ARDOT's procedures. 2. Document any Project delay or potential delay caused by conflicts with utilities. 3. Review and monitor the Construction Contractor's work schedule and make recommendations to the City regarding any changes, or needed changes, to the schedule. Perform CPM schedule reviews, updates, and analysis of CPM impacts. Review credentials and qualifications of the Construction Contractor's personnel to ascertain compliance with construction contract requirements regarding said personnel. 4. Maintain a complete set of project records on each Project to include daily diaries, quantities for pay items, progress estimates, material deliveries, materials, testing, submittals, as-builts, and correspondence. Attachment A— Scope of Work Modifications Supplemental Agreement No. 2 5. Maintain a record of each pay item and every month prepare a comprehensive progress estimate. Quantities will be based on daily records and calculations. 6. The Consultant shall conduct periodic construction meetings on the Project with the Construction Contractor and their subcontractors, the City's Project Representative and other interested parties to review the work schedule, plan changes, construction problems or other matters. The results of these meetings will be documented on the Engineer's monthly summary. 7. Track and maintain a log on all Construction Contractor submittals including requests for information, shop drawings, catalog cuts, and/or samples. An up-to- date status of each submittal must be maintained at all times through the approval stage. Transmit submittals, in accordance with the City's guidelines, to the City and Designer of Record for review and approval. Reviewed submittals are to be returned to the Construction Contractor for follow-up action. The Consultant shall encourage all reviewers to complete their review in a timely manner. Deficiencies will be immediately reported to the City's Project Representative. 8. Identify and monitor Project permit requirements and notify the Construction Contractor and the City immediately when violations or potential violations occur. 9. Upon notice by the Construction Contractor of pending claims for extra work or work beyond the original scope, maintain records indicating the approximate cost of such work performed by the Construction Contractor. 10. Analyze and make recommendations to the City's Project Representative on all requests received from the Construction Contractor for time extensions, contract changes, requests for information, extra work and proposals. 11. Coordinate all contract changes with the Construction Contractor, the Designer of Record, the City and others as required. 12. Process Supplemental Agreements pursuant to the construction contracts for necessary changes and recommend solutions to the City. 13. Monitor traffic control devices, lane closures, traffic queue lengths, travel time through project and other impacts on traffic in accordance with the Maintenance of Traffic Special Provision and Traffic Management Plan. 14. Monitor the Construction Contractor's compliance with construction contract provisions in regard to payment of predetermined wage rates in accordance with the City's procedures. This will include subcontractor compliance. 15. Monitor each Construction Contractor's compliance with contract provisions in regard to Equal Employment Opportunity and Affirmative Action. Coordinate corrective actions with the City's Project Representative. 16. The Construction Contractor is fully responsible for the means and methods of jobsite safety for his construction personnel. The Consultant will monitor the Construction Contractor's compliance to jobsite safety; however, it is the Attachment A— Scope of Work Modifications Supplemental Agreement No. 2 Construction Contractor's obligation to enforce adherence to the Federal, State and local laws, rules and regulations concerning construction and jobsite safety. 17. Assist the City in preparing for any litigation or other action that may arise as a result of the Project. 18. Prepare the necessary Project close-out documents to include the final estimate and all supporting records, plus one set of red lined, as -built contract documents. 19. Perform all inspections and reporting required for U.S. Army Corps of Engineers Section 404 Permits and National Pollutant Discharge Elimination System (NPDES) permits issued by the Arkansas Department of Environmental Quality in accordance with procedures contained in the ARDOT's Resident Engineer's Manual and Erosion and Sedimentation Control Manual. Attachment A— Scope of Work Modifications Supplemental Agreement No. 2 Attachment B - Justification of Costs and Fees - SA 2 October 20, 2020 Job 040688 Sain Street Extension (Fayetteville) (S) Washington County TOTAL PROJECT SUMMARY TITLE I SERVICES HOURS SALARY FEE EXPENSES TOTAL PROJECT MANAGEMENT 143 $22,395 $2,687 $0 $25,082 PM - SUPPLEMENTAL AGREEMENT NO. 1 32 $5,772 $693 $0 $6,465 ENVIRONMENTAL CLEARANCE DOCUMENTATION 240 $31,143 $3,737 $3,268 $38,148 INTERCHANGE JUSTIFICATION REPORT 148 $18,728 $2,247 $6,300 $27,275 TRAFFIC DESIGN & PLANS 186 $23,478 $2,817 $8,909 $35,204 TRAFFIC - SUPPLEMENTAL AGREEMENT NO. 1 48 $5,531 $664 $0 $6,195 ROADWAY DESIGN & PLANS 360 $46,174 $5,541 $340 $52,055 BRIDGE DESIGN & PLANS 1,188 $151,357 $18,163 $264 $169,784 BRIDGE - SUPPLEMENTAL AGREEMENT NO. 1 52 $6,433 $772 $0 $7,205 ORIGINAL SUBTOTAL TITLE 1 2,265 $293,275 $35,192 $19,081 $347,548 REVISED SUBTOTAL TITLE I (SA NO. 1) 2,397 $311,011 $37,321 $19,081 $367,413 SUBCONSULTANTS TITLE I McClelland Consulting Engineers, Inc. 2,054 $169,046 $20,282 $8,709 $198,037 MCE Supplemental Agreeement No. 1 316 $27,289 $3,275 $10 $30,574 Harbor Environmental, Inc. 123 $9,958 $1,195 $957 $12,110 SUBTOTAL SUBCONSULTANTS TITLE 1 439 $37,247 $4,470 $967 $240,721 REVISED TOTAL TITLE I SA NO. 11 2,836 $348,258 $41,791 $20,048 $608,134 TITLE II SERVICES SA NO. 2 492 $71,003 $575 $71,578 SUBCONSULTANTS TITLE II (SA NO. 2) McClelland Consulting Engineers, Inc. 2,153 $211,619 $35,131 $246,750 TOTAL TITLE II SA NO. 2 2,645 $282,622 $35,706 $318,328 ORIGINAL TOTAL PROJECT 2,836 1 $348,258 $41,791 $20,048 $608,134 REVISED TOTAL PROJECT SA NO. 2 5,481 1 $630,880 $41,791 $55,754 $926,462 J Attachment B - Justification of Costs and Fees - SA 2 October 20, 2020 Job 040688 Sain Street Extension (Fayetteville) (S) Washington County TITLE II SERVICES - SUPPLEMENTAL AGREEMENT NO. 2 MANHOURS TASK Management & Administration Project Updates & Invoicing Shop Drawing Review (Bridge) Expansion Joints PD PM 26 SE STRE 6 STFE TECH ADMIN 26 TOTAL 52 6 Structural Steel 0 Girders 16 16 Diaphragms 8 8 Splices 8 8 Stiffeners 6 6 Bearings 8 8 Type H Metal Bridge Rail 8 8 Textured Coating Color Review 4 4 Concrete Mix Design Construction Observation (Bridge) Structure Layout and Staking 6 4 6 4 Driving Pile 8 8 Drilling Drilled Shafts 16 16 Caps 16 16 Slab 8 8 Columns 12 12 Caps 16 16 Setting Structural Steel 24 24 Deck Pour 20 20 Painting 16 16 Final Inspection Engineering Management Services Preconstruction Conference 16 4 16 4 RFI Responses 40 40 Progress Meetings 30 30 Design Modifications Allowance 60 40 40 140 TOTAL MH -TITLE II SERVICES - SA NO. 2 0 26 0 360 40 40 26 492 Attachment B - Justification of Costs and Fees - SA 2 October 20, 2020 Job 040688 Sain Street Extension (Fayetteville) (S) Washington County TITLE ❑ SERVICES - SUPPLEMENTAL AGREEMENT NO. 2 LABOR COSTS Category - Description Rate MH Amount PD - Project Director $70.00 0 $0 PM - Project Manager $60.00 26 $1,560 SE - Senior Engineer $50.00 0 $0 STRE - Structural Engineer 1 $42.00 360 $15,120 STFE - Staff Engineer $35.00 40 $1,400 TECH - Technician $28.00 40 $1,120 ADMIN - Administrative Assistant $25.00 26 $650 Subtotal $19,850 Title II Multiplier 3.577 $71,003 Subtotal Labor Costs $71,003 EXPENSES ITEM Quantity Unit Rate Amount Mileage (16 mile round trip from Office to Site) 1,000 mile $0.575 $575 Subtotal Expenses $575 TOTAL COSTS - TITLE II SERVICES - SUPPLEMENTAL AGREEMENT NO. 2 $71,578 BASIS OF ESTIMATE Description Based on a 360 day construction schedule. Delays that result in lengthened construction schedule and extension of Title II Services may require additional compensation. Design modifications are only estimated. Each modification will require written approval of the additional funds. If this allowance is exceeded, Engineer may require additional compensation. Attachment B - Justification of Costs and Fees - SA 2 October 20, 2020 Job 040688 Sain Street Extension (Fayetteville) (S) Washington County SUBCONSULTANT SUMMARY SUPPLEMENTAL AGREEMENT NO. r TITLE I SERVICES HOURS SALARY FEE EXPENSES � TOTAL ENVIRONMENTAL CLEARANCE 123 $9,958 $1,195 $957 $12,110 FIELD SURVEYS AND MAPPING 371 $25,415 $3,049 $52 $28,516 FIELD SURVEYS AND MAPPING - SA NO. 1 27 $1,773 $213 $10 $1,996 ROADWAY DESIGN & PLANS 1,228 $104,681 $12,559 $419 $117,659 ROADWAY DESIGN & PLANS - SA NO. 1 147 $14,806 $1,777 $0 $16,582 ROW DESIGN & PLANS 174 $13,727 $1,647 $19 $15,393 ROW DESIGN & PLANS - SA NO. 1 142 $10,710 $1,285 $0 $11,995 GEOTECHNICAL 129 $9,734 $1,168 $8,190 $19,092 FLOODPLAIN MODELING 152 $15,489 $1,859 $29 $17,377 ORIG. SUBCONSULTANT TOTAL TITLE I 1 2,177 1 $179,004 $21,477 $9,666 $210,147 REV. SUB. TOTAL TITLE I SA NO. 1 2,493 1 $206,293 $24,752 $9,676 $240,721 SUBCONSULTANT TOTAL TITLE II SA NO. 2 2,153 1 $211,619 1 $35,131 $246,750 ORIG. SUBCONSULTANT TOTAL PROJECT 1 2,177 1 $179,004 $21,477 $9,666 $210,147 REVISED SUBCONSULTANT TOTAL PROJECT 1 4,330 1 $390,6231 $21,477 $44,7971 $456,897 Attachment B - Justification of Costs and Fees - SA 2 October 20, 2020 Job 040688 Sain Street Extension (Fayetteville) (S) Washington County TITLE II SERVICES - SUPPLEMENTAL AGREEMENT NO. 2 MCCLELLAND CONSULTING ENGINEERS, INC. MANHOURS TASK TM PE CO CLR PLS PC GE LT FT TOTAL Project Management t24 12 4 40 Project Reports & Invoicing Construction Contract Administration 88 60 190 RoadwayPre-Construction 3 3 3 1 13 Conference Shop Drawing Reviews & Contractor Questions 4 16 16 2 38 Construction Phase Design Modifications 1 4 1 8 1 20 4 36 Survey Control 12 24 36 Maintenance of Project Survey Control Points Project Inspection 24 56 96 1,200 24 1,400 Observation & Record keeping Materials Testing 5 5 10 70 10 100 200 400 0 ES- SUPPLEMENTAL AGREEMENT NO. 2 1 106 1 188 1 205 1 1,203 1 105 12 1 24 1 10 1 100 1 200 2,153 LABOR COSTS Category -Description Rate MH Amount PRE - Principle Engineer $56.00 106 $5,936 TM - Task Manager $46.00 188 $8,648 PE - Project Engineer $37.00 205 $7,585 CO - Construction Observer $36.00 1,203 $43,308 CLR - Clerical $20.00 105 $2,100 PLS - Registered Land Surveyor $41.00 12 $492 PC - Survey Party Chief $30.00 24 $720 GE - Geotechnical Engineer $46.00 10 $460 LT - Lab/Engineering Technician $18.00 100 $1,800 FT - Field Technician $24.00 200 $4,800 Subtotal $75,849 Title II Multiplier 2.790 $211,619 Subtotal Labor Costs $211,619 EXPENSES ITEM Quantity Unit Rate Amount Mileage (540 trips @ 1 miles) 540 Mile 0.58 $311 Concrete Cylinder Breaks (62 4"x8" Sets of 5) 310 Each 20.00 $6,200 Asphalt SG of Cores (14 Binder and 14 Surface Cores) 28 Each 35.00 $980 Proctor and Classification Testing of Select Fill Material 2 Mile 300.00 $600 Nuclear Gauge Density Daily Usage Fee 170 Each 1 12.00 $2,040 CWI Structural Steel and Welding Inspection for Bridge Elements 11 LS 1 25,000.00 $25,000 $0 Subtotal Expenses $35,131 TOTAL COSTS - TITLE II SERVICES - SUPPLEMENTAL AGREEMENT NO. 2 $246,750 BASIS OF ESTIMATE Description Services for Construction Administrative Services: Addendums/ Inquiries/ Pre -Bid Meeting/ Bid Opening/ Bid Tabulation/ Evaluation & Recommendation/ Contract Document Prep/ NTP Attend Project Meetings/ Write Reports &/or Minutes/ Address Site Issues/ Design Modifications/ Observe Construction. Assumptions for Materials Testing: 10 trips for consulting/coordination related to subgrade of roadway and trail reconstruction Density testing required for trail reconstruction, roadway fill/base materials, sidewalks and aprons, and also misc. sitework/utilities Two (2) proctors will be required for the project select fill material Reinforcing Bar Observation and most Proof Roll Observations will be conducted under Construction Observation services 62 sets of concrete cylinders being required for project elements (trail reconstruction, sidewalks and aprons, curb and gutter, bridge drilled piers, bridge columns, bridge pile caps and abutments, bridge wing walls, bridge end walls, and bridge deck) Continuous observation being required for installation of drilled piers and driven piles Ashpalt testing/coring frequency to follow Standard City of Fayetteville guidelines Supplemental Agreement No. 2 Job No. 040688 FAP. No. STPU-9142(39) Sain Street Extension (Fayetteville) (S) Date: WHEREAS, the City of Fayetteville, Arkansas and Burns & McDonnell Engineering Company, Inc. entered into an Agreement for Engineering Services on March 15, 2016; and, WHEREAS, Burns & McDonnell Engineering Company, Inc. ("Consultant") and McClelland Consulting Engineers, Inc. ("Subconsultant") entered into a Subconsultant Agreement for professional and related services on March 15, 2016; and, WHEREAS, representatives of the City of Fayetteville, Arkansas requested work in addition to that defined in the Agreement. NOW THEREFORE, the following modifications will be made to the Subconsultant Agreement to include the additional work requested: ►hus] 971;1[07_1%0IQkiR3 1) The "Contract Ceiling Price" (Section 3.2) is increased from $228,611 to $475,361. 2) The "Title I Services Ceiling Price" remains unchanged at $228,611. 3) The "Title II Multiplier" is established as 2.79 (<FY 2018). 4) The "Title 11 Services Ceiling Price" is established as $246,750. 5) The fixed fee (Section 3.4) remains unchanged at $23,557. 6) The "Schedule of Salary Ranges" (Section 3.5.1) is revised to add the following Staff Classification: Staff Classification Low Rate per Hour High Rate per hour Construction Observer $19.75 $40.00 7) See Attachment A for modifications to the scope of work. IN WITNESS WHEREOF, the parties execute this Supplemental Agreement No. 2, to be effective upon the date set out above. BURNS & MCDONNELL ENGINEERING COMPANY, INC. MCCLELLAND CONSULTING ENGINEERS, INC. BY: BY: Steven Beam, P.E. Business Manager Daniel Barnes, P.E. President -Fayetteville r� ma's CITY OF �FAYETTEVILLE ARKANSAS MEETING OF NOVEMBER 17, 2020 TO: Mayor and City Council THRU: Susan Norton, Chief of Staff Garner Stoll, Development Services Director Chris Brown, City Engineer FROM: Matt Casey, Engineering Design Manager DATE: October 22, 2020 CITY COUNCIL MEMO SUBJECT: Approval of a contract in the amount of $392,725.00 with Garver, LLC for design of the Rolling Hills Drive Project, authorizing the Mayor to acquire the easements and Right of Way for the project and approval of a budget adjustment, per RFQ 20-01, selection #21. RECOMMENDATION: Staff recommends approval of a contract in the amount of $392,725.00 with Garver, LLC for design of the Rolling Hills Drive Project, authorizing the Mayor to acquire the easements and right of way for the project and approval of a budget adjustment, per RFQ 20-01, selection #21. BACKGROUND: The project includes roadway, drainage, pedestrian and bicycle safety improvements along the corridor between College Avenue and Old Missouri Road as well as traffic flow improvements at critical intersections and drainage upgrades. Pedestrian and bicycle improvement concepts include a lighting, a greenspace buffer, sidewalk, and a multi -use trail. Rolling Hills Drive serves as an important east -west connection street that also provides access to adjacent neighborhoods and connects to Butterfield Elementary School. Rolling Hills Drive connects to Appleby Road, west of College Avenue, providing the only flat east -west bicycle route to the Razorback Greenway. The road currently carries about 10,000 cars per day. DISCUSSION: On September 1st, Garver, LLC was selected by committee based on RFQ 20-01, selection #21. Staff has worked with Garver to prepare a detailed scope of work and contract for this project. They have provided a proposed scope and fee in the amount of $392,725.00 for the design of this project. The contract will be paid based on hourly rates for work completed, up to the total contract amount. Design should be complete and ready for bid in the fourth quarter of 2021. BUDGET/STAFF IMPACT: The roadway, drainage and trail design for this project ($307,525.00) will be paid for with the funds from the 2019 Transportation Bond Fund. The water and sewer relocations ($85,200.00) will be paid for from the Water and Sewer Fund. Mailing Address: 113 W. Mountain Street www.fayetteville-ar.gov Fayetteville, AR 72701 Attachments: Vicinity Map Garver, LLC - Engineering Agreement Budget Adjustment t fo o ' w 1 PIP h al !Fumd y 6'SIOEWALK 10'LANE f0'CENTER TURN LANE 31—O—RB 10'LANE _5 RAIL N 1�... W Q .. 2 4 1 or �r t O- -.. - - , ha.de,-: PA. z - - - - - - _--' -- $$$ U ~ Q � N � O Aft OF FAYETTEVILLE �' ROLLING HILLS DRIVE IMPROVEMENTS • -�- ARKANSAS 2019 BOND PROGRAM AGREEMENT For PROFESSIONAL ENGINEERING SERVICES Between CITY OF FAYETTEVILLE, ARKANSAS And GARVER, LLC THIS AGREEMENT is made as of , 2020, by and between City of Fayetteville, Arkansas, acting by and through its Mayor (hereinafter called CITY OF FAYETTEVILLE) and GARVER, LLC (hereinafter called ENGINEER). CITY OF FAYETTEVILLE from time to time requires professional engineering services in connection with the evaluation, design, and/or construction supervision of capital improvement projects. Therefore, CITY OF FAYETTEVILLE and ENGINEER in consideration of their mutual covenants agree as follows: ENGINEER shall serve as CITY OF FAYETTEVILLE's professional engineering consultant in those assignments to which this Agreement applies, and shall give consultation and advice to CITY OF FAYETTEVILLE during the performance of ENGINEER's services. All services shall be performed under the direction of a professional engineer registered in the State of Arkansas and qualified in the particular field. SECTION 1 - AUTHORIZATION OF SERVICES 1.1 Services on any assignment shall be undertaken only upon written Authorization of CITY OF FAYETTEVILLE and agreement of ENGINEER 1.2 Assignments may include services described hereafter as Basic Services or as Additional Services of ENGINEER. 1.3 Changes, modifications or amendments in scope, price or fees to this contract shall not be allowed without a formal contract amendment approved by the Mayor and the City Council in advance of the change in scope, costs, fees, or delivery schedule. SECTION 2 - BASIC SERVICES OF ENGINEER 2.1 Perform professional services in connection with the Project as hereinafter stated. 2.1.1 The Scope of Services to be furnished by ENGINEER during the Project is included in Appendix A attached hereto and made part of this Agreement. 2.2 ENGINEER shall coordinate their activities and services with the CITY OF FAYETTEVILLE. ENGINEER and CITY OF FAYETTEVILLE agree that ENGINEER has full responsibility for the engineering services. SECTION 3 - RESPONSIBILITIES OF CITY OF FAYETTEVILLE 3.1 CITY OF FAYETTEVILLE shall, within a reasonable time, so as not to delay the services of ENGINEER: Garver Contract — Professional Engineering Services 1 10/21/2020 3.1.1 Provide full information as to CITY OF FAYETTEVILLE's requirements for the Project. 3.1.2 Assist ENGINEER by placing at ENGINEER's disposal all available information pertinent to the assignment including previous reports and any other data relative thereto. 3.1.3 Assist ENGINEER in obtaining access to property reasonably necessary for ENGINEER to perform his services under this Agreement. 3.1.4 Examine all studies, reports, sketches, cost opinions, proposals, and other documents presented by ENGINEER and render in writing decisions pertaining thereto. 3.1.5 Provide such professional legal, accounting, financial, and insurance counseling services as may be required for the Project. 3.1.6 The City Engineer is the CITY OF FAYETTEVILLE's project representative with respect to the services to be performed under this Agreement. The City Engineer shall have complete authority to transmit instructions, receive information, interpret and define CITY OF FAYETTEVILLE's policies and decisions with respect to materials, equipment, elements and systems to be used in the Project, and other matters pertinent to the services covered by this Agreement. 3.1.7 CITY OF FAYETTEVILLE and/or its representative will review all documents and provide written comments to ENGINEER in a timely manner. SECTION 4 - PERIOD OF SERVICE 4.1 This Agreement will become effective upon the first written notice by CITY OF FAYETTEVILLE authorizing services hereunder. 4.2 The provisions of this Agreement have been agreed to in anticipation of the orderly progress of the Project through completion of the services stated in the Agreement. ENGINEER will proceed with providing the authorized services immediately upon receipt of written authorization from CITY OF FAYETTEVILLE. Said authorization shall include the scope of the services authorized and the time in which the services are to be completed. The anticipated schedule for this project is included as Appendix A. SECTION 5 - PAYMENTS TO ENGINEER 5.1 The maximum not -to -exceed amount authorized for this Agreement shall be based upon on an Hourly basis as described in Appendix B. 5.2 Statements 5.2.1 Monthly statements for each calendar month shall be submitted to CITY OF FAYETTEVILLE or such parties as CITY OF FAYETTEVILLE may designate for professional services consistent with ENGINEER'S normal billing schedule. Once established, the billing schedule shall be maintained throughout the duration of the Project. Applications for payment shall be made in accordance with a format to be developed by ENGINEER and as approved by CITY OF FAYETTEVILLE. Applications for payment Garver Contract — Professional Engineering Services 2 10/21/2020 shall be accompanied each month by the updated project schedule as the basis for determining the value earned as the work is accomplished. Final payment for professional services shall be made upon CITY OF FAYETTEVILLE's approval and acceptance with the satisfactory completion of the study and report for the Project. 5.3 Payments 5.3.1 All statements are payable upon receipt and due within thirty (30) days. If a portion of ENGINEER's statement is disputed by CITY OF FAYETTEVILLE, the undisputed portion shall be paid by CITY OF FAYETTEVILLE by the due date. CITY OF FAYETTEVILLE shall advise ENGINEER in writing of the basis for any disputed portion of any statement. CITY OF FAYETTEVILLE will make reasonable effort to pay invoices within 30 days of date the invoice is approved, however, payment within 30 days is not guaranteed. 5.4 Final Payment 5.4.1 Upon satisfactory completion of the work performed under this Agreement, as a condition before final payment under this Agreement, or as a termination settlement under this Agreement, ENGINEER shall execute and deliver to CITY OF FAYETTEVILLE a release of all claims against CITY OF FAYETTEVILLE arising under or by virtue of this Agreement, except claims which are specifically exempted by ENGINEER to be set forth therein. Unless otherwise provided in this Agreement or by State law or otherwise expressly agreed to by the parties to this Agreement, final payment under this Agreement or settlement upon termination of this Agreement shall not constitute a waiver of CITY OF FAYETTEVILLE's claims against ENGINEER or his sureties under this Agreement or applicable performance and payment bonds, if any. SECTION 6 - GENERAL CONSIDERATIONS 6.1 Insurance 6.1.1 During the course of performance of these services, ENGINEER will maintain (in United States Dollars) the following minimum insurance coverages: Type of Coverage Workers' Compensation Employers' Liability Commercial General Liability Bodily Injury and Property Damage Automobile Liability: Bodily Injury and Property Damage Professional Liability Insurance Limits of Liability Statutory $500,000 Each Accident $1,000,000 Combined Single Limit $1,000,000 Combined Single Limit $1,000,000 Each Claim ENGINEER will provide to CITY OF FAYETTEVILLE certificates as evidence of the specified insurance within ten days of the date of this Agreement and upon each renewal of coverage. Garver Contract — Professional Engineering Services 3 10/21/2020 6.1.2 CITY OF FAYETTEVILLE and ENGINEER waive all rights against each other and their officers, directors, agents, or employees for damage covered by property insurance during and after the completion of ENGINEER's services. 6.2 Professional Responsibility 6.2.1 ENGINEER will exercise reasonable skill, care, and diligence in the performance of ENGINEER's services and will carry out its responsibilities in accordance with customarily accepted professional engineering practices. CITY OF FAYETTEVILLE will promptly report to ENGINEER any defects or suspected defects in ENGINEER's services of which CITY OF FAYETTEVILLE becomes aware, so that ENGINEER can take measures to minimize the consequences of such a defect. CITY OF FAYETTEVILLE retains all remedies to recover for its damages caused by any negligence of ENGINEER. 6.3 Cost Opinions and Projections 6.3.1 Cost opinions and projections prepared by ENGINEER relating to construction costs and schedules, operation and maintenance costs, equipment characteristics and performance, and operating results are based on ENGINEER's experience, qualifications, and judgment as a design professional. Since ENGINEER has no control over weather, cost and availability of labor, material and equipment, labor productivity, construction Contractors' procedures and methods, unavoidable delays, construction Contractors' methods of determining prices, economic conditions, competitive bidding or market conditions, and other factors affecting such cost opinions or projections, ENGINEER does not guarantee that actual rates, costs, performance, schedules, and related items will not vary from cost opinions and projections prepared by ENGINEER. 6.4 Changes 6.4.1 CITY OF FAYETTEVILLE shall have the right to make changes within the general scope of ENGINEER's services, with an appropriate change in compensation and schedule only after Fayetteville City Council approval of such proposed changes and, upon execution of a mutually acceptable amendment or change order signed by the Mayor of the CITY OF FAYETTEVILLE and the duly authorized officer of ENGINEER. 6.5 Termination 6.5.1 This Agreement may be terminated in whole or in part in writing by either party in the event of substantial failure by the other party to fulfill its obligations under this Agreement through no fault of the terminating party, provided that no termination may be effected unless the other party is given: 6.5.1.1 Not less than ten (10) calendar days written notice (delivered by certified mail, return receipt requested) of intent to terminate, 6.5.1.2 An opportunity for consultation with the terminating party prior to termination. 6.5.2 This Agreement may be terminated in whole or in part in writing by CITY OF FAYETTEVILLE for its convenience, provided that ENGINEER is given: Garver Contract — Professional Engineering Services 4 10/21/2020 6.5.2.1 Not less than ten (10) calendar days written notice (delivered by certified mail, return receipt requested) of intent to terminate, 6.5.2.2 An opportunity for consultation with the terminating party prior to termination. 6.5.3 If termination for default is effected by CITY OF FAYETTEVILLE, an equitable adjustment in the price provided for in this Agreement shall be made, but 6.5.3.1 No amount shall be allowed for anticipated profit on unperformed services or other work, 6.5.3.2 Any payment due to ENGINEER at the time of termination may be adjusted to cover any additional costs to CITY OF FAYETTEVILLE because of ENGINEER's default. 6.5.4 If termination for default is effected by ENGINEER, or if termination for convenience is effected by CITY OF FAYETTEVILLE, the equitable adjustment shall include a reasonable profit for services or other work performed. The equitable adjustment for any termination shall provide for payment to ENGINEER for services rendered and expenses incurred prior to the termination, in addition to termination settlement costs reasonably incurred by ENGINEER relating to commitments which had become firm prior to the termination. 6.5.5 Upon receipt of a termination action under Paragraphs 6.5.1 or 6.5.2 above, ENGINEER shall: 6.5.5.1 Promptly discontinue all affected work (unless the notice directs otherwise), 6.5.5.2 Deliver or otherwise make available to CITY OF FAYETTEVILLE all data, drawings, specifications, reports, estimates, summaries and such other information and materials as may have been accumulated by ENGINEER in performing this Agreement, whether completed or in process. 6.5.6 Upon termination under Paragraphs 6.5.1 or 6.5.2 above CITY OF FAYETTEVILLE may take over the work and may award another party an agreement to complete the work under this Agreement. 6.5.7 If, after termination for failure of ENGINEER to fulfill contractual obligations, it is determined that ENGINEER had not failed to fulfill contractual obligations, the termination shall be deemed to have been for the convenience of CITY OF FAYETTEVILLE. In such event, adjustments of the agreement price shall be made as provided in Paragraph 6.5.4 of this clause. 6.6 Delays 6.6.1 In the event the services of ENGINEER are suspended or delayed by CITY OF FAYETTEVILLE or by other events beyond ENGINEER's reasonable control, ENGINEER shall be entitled to additional compensation and time for reasonable costs incurred by ENGINEER in temporarily closing down or delaying the Project. Garver Contract — Professional Engineering Services 5 10/21/2020 6.7 Rights and Benefits 6.7.1 ENGINEER's services will be performed solely for the benefit of CITY OF FAYETTEVILLE and not for the benefit of any other persons or entities. 6.8 Dispute Resolution 6.8.1 Scope of Paragraph: The procedures of this Paragraph shall apply to any and all disputes between CITY OF FAYETTEVILLE and ENGINEER which arise from, or in any way are related to, this Agreement, including, but not limited to the interpretation of this Agreement, the enforcement of its terms, any acts, errors, or omissions of CITY OF FAYETTEVILLE or ENGINEER in the performance of this Agreement, and disputes concerning payment. 6.8.2 Exhaustion of Remedies Required: No action may be filed unless the parties first negotiate. If timely Notice is given under Paragraph 6.8.3, but an action is initiated prior to exhaustion of these procedures, such action shall be stayed, upon application by either party to a court of proper jurisdiction, until the procedures in Paragraphs 6.8.3 and 6.8.4 have been complied with. 6.8.3 Notice of Dispute 6.8.3.1 For disputes arising prior to the making of final payment promptly after the occurrence of any incident, action, or failure to act upon which a claim is based, the party seeking relief shall serve the other party with a written Notice; 6.8.3.2 For disputes arising within one year after the making of final payment, CITY OF FAYETTEVILLE shall give ENGINEER written Notice at the address listed in Paragraph 6.14 within thirty (30) days after occurrence of any incident, accident, or first observance of defect or damage. In both instances, the Notice shall specify the nature and amount of relief sought, the reason relief should be granted, and the appropriate portions of this Agreement that authorize the relief requested. 6.8.4 Negotiation: Within seven days of receipt of the Notice, the Project Managers for CITY OF FAYETTEVILLE and ENGINEER shall confer in an effort to resolve the dispute. If the dispute cannot be resolved at that level, then, upon written request of either side, the matter shall be referred to the President of ENGINEER and the Mayor of CITY OF FAYETTEVILLE or his designee. These officers shall meet at the Project Site or such other location as is agreed upon within 30 days of the written request to resolve the dispute. 6.9 CITY OF FAYETTEVILLE represents that it has sufficient funds or the means of obtaining funds to remit payment to ENGINEER for services rendered by ENGINEER. 6.10 Publications 6.10.1 Recognizing the importance of professional development on the part of ENGINEER's employees and the importance of ENGINEER's public relations, ENGINEER may prepare publications, such as technical papers, articles for periodicals, and press releases, pertaining to ENGINEER's services for the Project. Such publications will be provided to CITY OF FAYETTEVILLE in draft form for CITY OF FAYETTEVILLE's advance review. CITY OF FAYETTEVILLE shall review such drafts promptly and provide CITY OF FAYETTEVILLE's comments to ENGINEER. CITY OF FAYETTEVILLE Garver Contract — Professional Engineering Services 6 10/21/2020 may require deletion of proprietary data or confidential information from such publications, but otherwise CITY OF FAYETTEVILLE will not unreasonably withhold approval. The cost of ENGINEER's activities pertaining to any such publication shall be for ENGINEER's account. 6.11 Indemnification 6.11.1 CITY OF FAYETTEVILLE agrees that it will require all construction Contractors to indemnify, defend, and hold harmless CITY OF FAYETTEVILLE and ENGINEER from and against any and all loss where loss is caused or incurred or alleged to be caused or incurred in whole or in part as a result of the negligence or other actionable fault of the Contractors, or their employees, agents, Subcontractors, and Suppliers. 6.12 Ownership of Documents 6.12.1 All documents provided by CITY OF FAYETTEVILLE including original drawings, disks of CADD drawings and cross sections, estimates, specification field notes, and data are and remain the property of CITY OF FAYETTEVILLE. ENGINEER may retain reproduced copies of drawings and copies of other documents. 6.12.2 Engineering documents, drawings, and specifications prepared by ENGINEER as part of the Services shall become the property of CITY OF FAYETTEVILLE when ENGINEER has been compensated for all Services rendered, provided, however, that ENGINEER shall have the unrestricted right to their use. ENGINEER shall, however, retain its rights in its standard drawings details, specifications, databases, computer software, and other proprietary property. Rights to intellectual property developed, utilized, or modified in the performance of the Services shall remain the property of ENGINEER. 6.12.3 Any files delivered in electronic medium may not work on systems and software different than those with which they were originally produced. ENGINEER makes no warranty as to the compatibility of these files with any other system or software. Because of the potential degradation of electronic medium over time, in the event of a conflict between the sealed original drawings/hard copies and the electronic files, the sealed drawings/hard copies will govern. 6.13 Notices 6.13.1 Any Notice required under this Agreement will be in writing, addressed to the appropriate party at the following addresses: CITY OF FAYETTEVILLE's address: 125 West Mountain Street Fayetteville, Arkansas 72701 ENGINEER's address: 2049 E. Joyce Blvd, Suite 400 Fayetteville, Arkansas 72703 Garver Contract — Professional Engineering Services 7 10/21/2020 6.14 Successor and Assigns 6.14.1 CITY OF FAYETTEVILLE and ENGINEER each binds himself and his successors, executors, administrators, and assigns to the other party of this Agreement and to the successors, executors, administrators, and assigns of such other party, in respect to all covenants of this Agreement; except as above, neither CITY OF FAYETTEVILLE nor ENGINEER shall assign, sublet, or transfer his interest in the Agreement without the written consent of the other. 6.15 Controlling Law 6.15.1 This Agreement shall be subject to, interpreted and enforced according to the laws of the State of Arkansas without regard to any conflicts of law provisions. 6.16 Entire Agreement 6.16.1 This Agreement represents the entire Agreement between ENGINEER and CITY OF FAYETTEVILLE relative to the Scope of Services herein. Since terms contained in purchase orders do not generally apply to professional services, in the event CITY OF FAYETTEVILLE issues to ENGINEER a purchase order, no preprinted terms thereon shall become a part of this Agreement. Said purchase order document, whether or not signed by ENGINEER, shall be considered as a document for CITY OF FAYETTEVILLE's internal management of its operations. SECTION 7 - SPECIAL CONDITIONS 7.1 Additional Responsibilities of ENGINEER 7.1.1 CITY OF FAYETTEVILLE's review, approval, or acceptance of design drawings, specifications, reports and other services furnished hereunder shall not in any way relieve ENGINEER of responsibility for the technical adequacy of the work. Neither CITY OF FAYETTEVILLE's review, approval or acceptance of, nor payment for any of the services shall be construed as a waiver of any rights under this Agreement or of any cause of action arising out of the performance of this Agreement. 7.1.2 ENGINEER shall be and shall remain liable, in accordance with applicable law, for all damages to CITY OF FAYETTEVILLE caused by ENGINEER's negligent performance of any of the services furnished under this Agreement except for errors, omissions or other deficiencies to the extent attributable to CITY OF FAYETTEVILLE or CITY OF FAYETTEVILLE-furnished data. 7.1.3 ENGINEER's obligations under this clause are in addition to ENGINEER's other express or implied assurances under this Agreement or State law and in no way diminish any other rights that CITY OF FAYETTEVILLE may have against ENGINEER for faulty materials, equipment, or work. 7.2 Remedies 7.2.1 Except as may be otherwise provided in this Agreement, all claims, counter -claims, disputes and other matters in question between CITY OF FAYETTEVILLE and ENGINEER arising out of or relating to this Agreement or the breach thereof will be Garver Contract — Professional Engineering Services 8 10/21/2020 decided in a court of competent jurisdiction within Arkansas. 7.3 Audit: Access to Records 7.3.1 ENGINEER shall maintain books, records, documents and other evidence directly pertinent to performance on work under this Agreement in accordance with generally accepted accounting principles and practices consistently applied in effect on the date of execution of this Agreement. ENGINEER shall also maintain the financial information and data used by ENGINEER in the preparation of support of the cost submission required for any negotiated agreement or change order and send to CITY OF FAYETTEVILLE a copy of the cost summary submitted. CITY OF FAYETTEVILLE, the State or any of their authorized representatives shall have access to all such books, records, documents and other evidence for the purpose of inspection, audit and copying during normal business hours. ENGINEER will provide proper facilities for such access and inspection. 7.3.2 Records under Paragraph 7.3.1 above shall be maintained and made available during performance on assisted work under this Agreement and until three years from the date of final payment for the project. In addition, those records which relate to any controversy arising out of such performance, or to costs or items to which an audit exception has been taken, shall be maintained and made available until three years after the date of resolution of such appeal, litigation, claim or exception. 7.3.3 This right of access clause (with respect to financial records) applies to: 7.3.3.1 Negotiated prime agreements: 7.3.3.2 Negotiated change orders or agreement amendments in excess of $10,000 affecting the price of any formally advertised, competitively awarded, fixed price agreement: 7.3.3.3 Agreements or purchase orders under any agreement other than a formally advertised, competitively awarded, fixed price agreement. However, this right of access does not apply to a prime agreement, lower tier subagreement or purchase order awarded after effective price competition, except: 7.3.3.3.1 With respect to record pertaining directly to subagreement performance, excluding any financial records of ENGINEER; 7.3.3.3.2 If there is any indication that fraud, gross abuse or corrupt practices may be involved; 7.3.3.3.3 If the subagreement is terminated for default or for convenience. 7.4 Covenant Against Contingent Fees 7.4.1 ENGINEER warrants that no person or selling agency has been employed or retained to solicit or secure this Agreement upon an agreement of understanding for a commission, percentage, brokerage or continent fee, excepting bona fide employees or bona fide established commercial or selling agencies maintained by ENGINEER for the purpose of securing business. For breach or violation of this warranty, CITY OF FAYETTEVILLE shall have the right to annul this Agreement without liability or at its discretion, to deduct from the contract price or consideration, or otherwise recover, the full amount of such commission, percentage, brokerage, or contingent fee. Garver Contract — Professional Engineering Services 9 10/21/2020 7.5 Gratuities 7.5.1 If CITY OF FAYETTEVILLE finds after a notice and hearing that ENGINEER or any of ENGINEER's agents or representatives, offered or gave gratuities (in the form of entertainment, gifts or otherwise) to any official, employee or agent of CITY OF FAYETTEVILLE, in an attempt to secure an agreement or favorable treatment in awarding, amending or making any determinations related to the performance of this Agreement, CITY OF FAYETTEVILLE may, by written notice to ENGINEER terminate this Agreement. CITY OF FAYETTEVILLE may also pursue other rights and remedies that the law or this Agreement provides. However, the existence of the facts on which CITY OF FAYETTEVILLE bases such finding shall be in issue and may be reviewed in proceedings under the Remedies clause of this Agreement. 7.5.2 In the event this Agreement is terminated as provided in Paragraph 7.5.1, CITY OF FAYETTEVILLE may pursue the same remedies against ENGINEER as it could pursue in the event of a breach of the Agreement by ENGINEER As a penalty, in addition to any other damages to which it may be entitled by law, CITY OF FAYETTEVILLE may pursue exemplary damages in an amount (as determined by CITY OF FAYETTEVILLE) which shall be not less than three nor more than ten times the costs ENGINEER incurs in providing any such gratuities to any such officer or employee. 7.6 Arkansas Freedom of Information Act 7.6.1 City contracts and documents, including internal documents and documents of subcontractors and sub -consultants, prepared while performing City contractual work are subject to the Arkansas Freedom of Information Act (FOIA). If a Freedom of Information Act request is presented to the CITY OF FAYETTEVILLE, ENGINEER will do everything possible to provide the documents in a prompt and timely manner as prescribed in the Arkansas Freedom of Information Act (A.C.A. §25-19-101 et seq.). Only legally authorized photocopying costs pursuant to the FOIA may be assessed for this compliance. IN WITNESS WHEREOF, CITY OF FAYETTEVILLE, ARKANSAS by and through its Mayor, and ENGINEER, by its authorized officer have made and executed this Agreement as of the day and year first above written. CITY OF FAYETTEVILLE, ARKANSAS By: Mayor, Lioneld Jordan ATTEST: By: City Clerk ENGINEER Senior Project Manager, Ron Petrie By: D u�-� & Project Manager, Jeff Webb END OF AGREEMENT FOR PROFESSIONAL ENGINEERING SERVICES Garver Contract — Professional Engineering Services 10 10/21/2020 APPENDIX A — SCOPE OF SERVICES 1. General Generally, the scope of services includes surveying, design, preparation of property acquisition documents, and bidding services for improvements to Rolling Hills Drive from College Avenue to Old Missouri Road. Improvements will consist primarily of a three -lane roadway section with a trail and sidewalk, installation of two (2) single -lane roundabouts, drainage improvements, tree planting, and water & sewer relocations. 2. Surveys 2.1. Design Surveys Garver will provide field survey data for designing the project, and this survey will be tied to the Owner's control network. Garver will conduct field surveys, utilizing radial topography methods, at intervals and for distances along the project site as appropriate for modeling the existing ground, including locations of pertinent features or improvements. Garver will locate buildings and other structures, streets, drainage features, trees over eight inches in diameter, visible utilities as well as those underground utilities marked by their owners and/or representatives, and any other pertinent topographic features that may be present at and/or along the project site. Garver will establish control points for use during construction. 2.2. Property Surveys Garver will locate existing monumentation representing right of way and/or easements based on record data which will be provided by an abstractor under a subconsultant agreement with Garver. 3. Geotechnical Services Geotechnical is not anticipated for the completion of the project and not included in this scope of services. The City of Fayetteville Minimum Street Standards for a Collector Street will be used to determine the pavement section for the project. 4. Coordination Garver will furnish plans to all known utility owners potentially affected by the project at the preliminary and final stages of plan development to enable them to coordinate efforts for any necessary utility relocations. Garver will include the surveyed locations of the observable and marked utilities in the construction plans. Garver will also include proposed and/or relocated utility information in the construction plans as provided by the utility companies. Garver will furnish final plans to the following agencies: ADEQ, USFWS, and Arkansas Department of Health for their review and comment. 5. Environmental Services Garver will work to obtain the appropriate environmental permits for the project from ADEQ and to obtain clearance from the US Fish and Wildlife Service (USFWS). 6. Conceptual Design The conceptual design phase submittal will include conceptual exhibits, typical sections, plan & profile sheets for sewer (including proposed storm sewer shown offset in profile), plan sheets for water, street, Appendix A - Scope of Services 1 of 4 20T21090 Rolling Hills Drive Improvements trail & sidewalk improvements, conceptual drainage, cross sections, and an opinion of probable construction cost. This conceptual submittal will be for the purpose of coordinating the proposed improvements with the Owner and developing an order of magnitude cost estimate for the project. Garver will incorporate comments from the Owner in the Preliminary Design. Garver will proceed with Preliminary Design after the Conceptual Design is approved by the Owner in writing. The replacement of the existing water line along Rolling Hills Drive between Oaks Manor Drive and Sheryl Avenue will be included in the drawings. The design will be provided under a separate Garver project with the Owner. The opinion of probable construction cost will include cost sharing. Garver will prepare exhibits for and attend a public involvement meeting during the conceptual design phase. The findings of the public involvement meeting and the conceptual exhibits will also be presented to the City Transportation Committee. 7. Preliminary Design Once Garver receives written approval from Owner on Conceptual Design, Garver will begin Preliminary Design. The Preliminary Design phase submittal will include updated items from the Conceptual design plus tree planting plan, pavement marking/signage plans, maintenance of traffic plan, erosion control plan, typical/special details, drainage report, and an opinion of probable construction cost. The preliminary design phase will represent approximately 60 percent of final construction contract plans. This submittal will not include technical specifications or "front end" contract documents. Garver will incorporate comments from the Owner on the Preliminary Design in the Final Design. Garver will proceed with Final Design after the Preliminary Design is approved by the Owner in writing. 8. Lighting Design Garver will develop a lighting performance specification based on IESNA recommended criteria and the Owner provided light fixture manufacturer, type, and style. This performance specification will require the Contractor to submit a lighting layout meeting the design statistical criteria, submit an electrical design, and perform utility coordination. This submittal will be to the Owner. Garver will produce an estimate of probable cost related to the performance specification. This estimate will not be based on a design, but rather similar lighting installations in the area with respect to quantity of poles and anticipated infrastructure sizes. Garver will not conduct a lighting design, electrical design, electrical calculations, utility coordination, or other design activities beyond the performance specification. Garver will not produce lighting removal or installation plans. These items and Contractor's submittal review(s) can be added as additional services. 9. Final Design Once Garver receives written approval from Owner on Preliminary Design, Garver will begin Final Design. During the final design phase of the project, Garver will conduct final designs to prepare construction plans and specifications, for one construction contract, including final construction details and quantities, special provisions, and opinion of probable construction cost. Garver will also make any needed plan changes as a result of the final plan review and/or special easement acquisition considerations and prepare the construction documents as required to advertise for bids. Appendix A - Scope of Services 2 of 4 20T21090 Rolling Hills Drive Improvements Garver will also prepare, submit, and coordinate approval of a Stormwater Pollution Prevention Plan (SWPPP) with ADEQ, and Garver will coordinate approval of the water and sewer with the Arkansas Department of Health 10. Property Acquisition Documents Garver will provide mapping as required for preparing Right of Way/Easement acquisition documents for the Owner's use in acquiring the property. Documentation will include an individual tract map with description of temporary and permanent acquisition for each property. The Owner will provide a standard easement acquisition document or "go-by" example for use by Garver. The fee for providing property acquisition documentation is based on permanent right of way and temporary construction easements for no more than twenty-five (25) properties. Property acquisition document preparation will begin after receiving the Owner's comments from the Final Design review. 11. Bidding Services During the bidding phase of the project, Garver will: A. Support the contract documents by preparing addenda as appropriate. B. Participate in a pre -bid meeting if necessary. C. Attend the bid opening. D. Prepare bid tabulation. E. Evaluate bids and recommend award. F. Prepare construction contracts. 12. Construction Phase Services Construction Phase Services are excluded from the scope of services. 13. Project Deliverables The following will be submitted to the Owner, or others as indicated, by Garver: A. One digital copy of the Conceptual Design with opinion of probable construction cost. B. One digital copy of the Preliminary Design with opinion of probable construction cost. C. One digital copy of the Preliminary Plans to each potentially affected utility company. D. One digital copy of the Final Design with opinion of probable construction cost. E. One digital copy of the revised Final Design with opinion of probable construction cost. F. One digital copy of the revised Final Plans to each potentially affected utility company. G. Three copies of the Final Plans and Specifications to the Contractor. H. Three copies of the right-of-way and/or easement acquisition documents. I. Electronic files as requested. 14. Extra Work The following items are not included under this agreement but will be considered as extra work: A. Redesign for the Owner's convenience or due to changed conditions after previous alternate direction and/or approval. B. Submittals or deliverables in addition to those listed herein. C. Traffic Study and design of traffic signal relocations. Scope does include the relocation of one pedestrian signal pole. D. Pavement Design. E. Design of any utility relocation other than water and sewer. Water and sewer relocations will be as required to accommodate roadway improvements. Relocation of existing water and sewer that does not conflict with roadway improvements (including aged and less than Appendix A - Scope of Services 3 of 4 20T21090 Rolling Hills Drive Improvements minimum design standards) is extra work. F. Retaining walls or other significant structural design. G. Geotechnical Services. H. Missouri Creek crossing improvement design. I. Landscape Architectural Services. J. Environmental Handling and Documentation, including wetlands identification, mitigation plans, USCOE permitting, or other work related to environmentally or historically (culturally) significant items. K. Coordination with FEMA and preparation/submittal of a CLOMR and/or LOMR. L. Construction Phase Services. Extra Work will be as directed by the Owner in writing for an additional fee as agreed upon by the Owner and Garver. 15. Schedule Garver shall begin work under this Agreement within ten (10) days of a Notice to Proceed and shall complete the work in accordance with the schedule below: Phase Description Calendar Days Surveys — Design and Property 60 days from Notice To Proceed Conceptual Design 45 days from completion of Surveys Preliminary Design 60 days from approval of Conceptual Design Final Design 60 days from approval of Preliminary Design Property Acquisition Documents 30 days from approval of Final Design Appendix A - Scope of Services 4 of 4 20T21090 Rolling Hills Drive Improvements Appendix B City of Fayetteville Rolling Hills Drive Improvements Garver Hourly Rate Schedule: July 2020 - June 2021 Classification Rates Engineers / Architects E-1.............................................................................. $ 111.00 E-2.............................................................................. $ 128.00 E-3.............................................................................. $ 155.00 E-4.............................................................................. $ 181.00 E-5.............................................................................. $ 221.00 E-6.............................................................................. $ 272.00 E-7.............................................................................. $ 361.00 Planners / Environmental Specialist P-1.............................................................................. $ 133.00 P-2.............................................................................. $ 167.00 P-3.............................................................................. $ 198.00 P-4.............................................................................. $ 232.00 P-5.............................................................................. $ 268.00 P-6.............................................................................. $ 306.00 P-7.............................................................................. $ 370.00 Designers D-1.............................................................................. $ 103.00 D-2.............................................................................. $ 121.00 D-3.............................................................................. $ 144.00 D-4.............................................................................. $ 167.00 Technicians T-1............................................................................... $ 81.00 T-2............................................................................... $ 102.00 T-3............................................................................... $ 125.00 Surveyors S-1.............................................................................. $ 50.00 S-2.............................................................................. $ 66.00 S-3.............................................................................. $ 88.00 S-4.............................................................................. $ 126.00 S-5.............................................................................. $ 167.00 S-6.............................................................................. $ 190.00 2-Man Crew (Survey)....................................................... $ 202.00 3-Man Crew (Survey)....................................................... $ 252.00 2-Man Crew (GPS Survey) ............................................... $ 222.00 3-Man Crew (GPS Survey) ............................................... $ 272.00 Construction Observation C-1.............................................................................. $ 98.00 C-2.............................................................................. $ 125.00 C-3.............................................................................. $ 153.00 C-4.............................................................................. $ 188.00 Management/Administration M-1 $ 370.00 X-1.............................................................................. $ 64.00 X-2.............................................................................. $ 86.00 X-3.............................................................................. $ 120.00 X-4.............................................................................. $ 153.00 X-5.............................................................................. $ 187.00 X-6.............................................................................. $ 231.00 X-7.............................................................................. $ 279.00 Agreement for Professional Services Rolling Hills Drive Improvements Garver Project No. 20T21090 Appendix B City of Fayetteville Rolling Hills Drive Improvements FEE SUMMARY Title I Service Estimated Fees Surveys $ 53,200.00 Environmental Services $ 2,600.00 Conceptual Design - Roadway $ 42,100.00 Conceptual Design - Water and Sewer $ 23,650.00 Conceptual Design - Electrical $ 4,900.00 Preliminary Design - Roadway $ 55,100.00 Preliminary Design - Traffic $ 28,975.00 Preliminary Design - Water and Sewer $ 25,600.00 Preliminary Design - Electrical $ 11,800.00 Final Design - Roadway $ 53,700.00 Final Design - Traffic $ 14,900.00 Final Design - Water and Sewer $ 35,950.00 Final Design - Electrical $ 6,800.00 Property Acquisition Documents $ 30,300.00 Bidding Services $ 3,150.00 Subtotal for Title I Service $ 392,725.00 L:\2020\20T21090 - Fayetteville Rolling Hills Drive Imp\Contracts\Client\Draft\APPENDIX B - Garver Fee Spreadsheet - Rolling Hills Drive.xlsm Appendix B City of Fayetteville Rolling Hills Drive Improvements SURVEYS WORK TASK DESCRIPTION E-3 S-5 S-4 2-Man Crew (Survey) 2-Man Crew (GPS Survey)(Survey) 3-Man Crew X-1 $155.00 $167.00 $126.00 $202.00 $222.00 $252.00 $64.00 hr hr hr hr hr hr hr 1. Project Management Administration and Coordination 4 4 4 Quality Control Review 4 8 Submittals to Client 4 4 Subtotal - Project Management 12 12 4 0 0 0 4 2. Topographic Survey Establish Horizontal and Vertical Control 4 2 8 8 Topographic Survey 4 10 40 Locate Utilities 4 6 10 16 Data Processing/Preparation 12 60 Subtotal - Topographic Survey 0 24 68 28 64 0 0 3. Property Survey Record Research 4 12 Field Research 4 2 12 Property Surveys 8 12 Data Processing/Preparation 12 24 Subtotal - Property Survey 0 20 38 E20] 12 0 0 Hours Salary Costs SUBTOTAL - SALARIES: DIRECT NON -LABOR EXPENSES Document Printing/Reproduction/Assembly Postage/Freight/Courier Survey Supplies Travel Costs 12 56 110 48 76 0 4 $1,860.00 $9,352.00 $13,860.00 $9,696.00 $16,872.00 $0.00 $256.00 $51,896.00 $30.00 $0.00 $24.00 $250.00 SUBTOTAL - DIRECT NON -LABOR EXPENSES: $304.00 SUBTOTAL: $52,200.00 SUBCONSULTANTS FEE: ArkUps $1,000.00 TOTAL FEE: $53,200.00 Appendix B City of Fayetteville Rolling Hills Drive Improvements ENVIRONMENTAL SERVICES WORK TASK DESCRIPTION E-6 E-5 E-4 E-3 E-2 P-2 P-1 $272.00 $221.00 $181.00 $155.00 $128.00 $167.00 $133.00 hr hr hr hr hr hr hr 1. Project Management Administration and Coordination Quality Control Review Subtotal - Project Management 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 2. Environmental Services SWPPP (large site) & NOI 1 2 2 10 ADEQ Coordination 1 USFWS IPaC and Verification Letter 1 1 Subtotal - Environmental Services 0 0 1 0 2 4 11 Hours 11 Salary Costs $0.00 $0.00 $181.00 $0.00 $256.00 $668.00 $1,463.00 SUBTOTAL - SALARIES: $2,568.00 DIRECT NON -LABOR EXPENSES Document Printing/Reproduction/Assembly $20.00 Postage/Freight/Courier $0.00 Travel Costs $12.00 SUBTOTAL - DIRECT NON -LABOR EXPENSES: $32.00 SUBTOTAL: $2,600.00 SUBCONSULTANTS FEE: $0.00 TOTAL FEE: $2,600.00 Appendix B City of Fayetteville Rolling Hills Drive Improvements CONCEPTUAL DESIGN WORK TASK DESCRIPTION E-6 E-5 E-4 E-3 E-2 E-1 T-1 $272.00 $221.00 $181.00 $155.00 $128.00 $111.00 $81.00 hr hr hr hr hr hr hr 1. Project Management Administration and Coordination 3 Quality Control Review 6 Subtotal - Project Management 9 0 0 0 0 0 0 2. Civil Engineering - Roadway Typical Sections 4 8 2 Plan & Profile Sheets 4 20 60 10 Roundabout Layouts (2 each) 2 16 30 16 Drainage Wateshed Delineations 2 20 4 Drainage Improvements 12 24 8 Conceptual Exhibits 2 4 8 Meetings/Coordination with City 4 6 Public Involvement Meeting 4 6 4 Transportation Committee Meeting 2 4 Opinion of Probable Construction Cost 4 8 Subtotal - Civil Engineering - Roadway 16 0 76 0 0 158 48 Hours 25 0 76 0 0 158 48 Salary Costs $6,800.00 $0.00 $13,756.00 $0.00 $0.00 $17,538.00 $3,888.00 SUBTOTAL - SALARIES: $41,982.00 DIRECT NON -LABOR EXPENSES Document Printing/Reproduction/Assembly $90.00 Postage/Freight/Courier $0.00 Travel Costs $28.00 SUBTOTAL - DIRECT NON -LABOR EXPENSES: $118.00 SUBTOTAL: $42,100.00 SUBCONSULTANTS FEE: $0.00 TOTAL FEE: $42,100.00 Appendix B City of Fayetteville Rolling Hills Drive Improvements CONCEPTUAL DESIGN - WATER & SEWER WORK TASK DESCRIPTION E-4 E-1 T-2 $181.00 $111.00 $102.00 hr hr hr 1. Project Management Administration and Coordination 2 Quality Control Review 8 Subtotal - Project Management 10 0 0 2. Civil Engineering - Water and Sewer Confirmation of Water and Sewer Locations (GIS, Survey, Record Drawings, Field Verification, and CCTV provided by City) 4 12 Water Relocation Plan Sheets (no profile) 8 20 40 Sewer Relocation Plan and Profile Sheets (including showing adjacet storm sewer) 12 30 40 Opinion of Probable Construction Cost 2 8 Meetings/ Coordination with City 6 Subtotal - Civil Engineering - Water an Sewer 32 70 80 Hours 42 70 80 Salary Costs $7,602.00 $7,770.00 $8,160.00 SUBTOTAL - SALARIES: $23,532.00 DIRECT NON -LABOR EXPENSES Document Printing/Reproduction/Assembly $98.00 Travel Costs $20.00 SUBTOTAL - DIRECT NON -LABOR EXPENSES: $118.00 TOTAL FEE: $23,650.00 Appendix B City of Fayetteville Rolling Hills Drive Improvements CONCEPTUAL DESIGN - ELECTRICAL WORK TASK DESCRIPTION E-4 E-3 E-1 $181.00 $155.00 $111.00 hr hr hr 2. Electrical Engineering Quantities 2 3 12 Cost Estimate 1 3 6 QC Review 4 2 Address Review Comments 3 Subtotal - Electrical Engineering 7 8 21 Hours Salary Costs SUBTOTAL - SALARIES: 7 8 21 $1,267.00 $1,240.00 $2,331.00 DIRECT NON -LABOR EXPENSES Document Printing/Reproduction/Assembly $62.00 Travel Costs $0.00 $4,838.00 SUBTOTAL - DIRECT NON -LABOR EXPENSES: $62.00 SUBTOTAL: $4,900.00 SUBCONSULTANTS FEE: $0.00 TOTAL FEE: $4,900.00 Appendix B City of Fayetteville Rolling Hills Drive Improvements PRELIMINARY DESIGN WORK TASK DESCRIPTION E-6 E-5 E-4 E-3 E-2 E-1 T-1 $272.00 $221.00 $181.00 $155.00 $128.00 $111.00 $81.00 hr hr hr hr hr hr hr 1. Project Management Administration and Coordination 8 Quality Control Review 6 8 Subtotal - Project Management 14 0 8 0 0 0 0 2. Civil Engineering - Roadway Preliminary Plans Typical Sections 2 6 2 Plan & Profile Sheets 4 24 60 24 Roundabout (2 each) Layout Sheets 2 16 30 12 Driveways (23 evaluations) 10 20 6 Tree Planting Plan 2 12 Maintainance of Traffic 8 16 8 Cross Sections 6 12 4 Drainage Improvements/Report 16 30 12 Coordination with Utility Companies 6 Coordination and Meetings with Owner 4 6 Quantities 4 16 Opinion of Probable Construction Cost 2 4 Subtotal - Civil Engineering - Roadway 10 0 100 2 12 194 68 Hours 24 0 108 2 12 194 68 Salary Costs $6,528.00 $0.00 $19,548.00 $310.00 $1,536.00 $21,534.00 $5,508.00 SUBTOTAL - SALARIES: $54,964.00 DIRECT NON -LABOR EXPENSES Document Printing/Reproduction/Assembly $126.00 Postage/Freight/Courier $0.00 Travel Costs $10.00 SUBTOTAL - DIRECT NON -LABOR EXPENSES: $136.00 TOTAL FEE: $55,100.00 Appendix B City of Fayetteville Rolling Hills Drive Improvements PRELIMINARY DESIGN - WATER & SEWER WORK TASK DESCRIPTION E-4 E-1 T-2 $181.00 $111.00 $102.00 hr hr hr 1. Project Management Administration and Coordination 2 Quality Control Review 8 Subtotal - Project Management 10 0 0 2. Civil Engineering - Water and Sewer Utility Coordination 2 Water Relocation Plan and Profile Sheets 8 20 40 Sewer Relocation Plan and Profile Sheets 12 30 60 Water and Sewer Details 2 4 8 Opinion of Probable Construction Cost 2 8 Meetings/ Coordination with City 6 Subtotal - Civil Engineering - Water an Sewer 32 62 108 3. Structural Engineering Subtotal - Structural Engineering 0 0 0 Hours Salary Costs SUBTOTAL - SALARIES: 42 62 108 $7,602.00 $6,882.00 $11,016.00 DIRECT NON -LABOR EXPENSES Document Printing/Reproduction/Assembly $80.00 Travel Costs $20.00 SUBTOTAL - DIRECT NON -LABOR EXPENSES: $25,500.00 $100.00 TOTAL FEE: $25,600.00 Appendix B City of Fayetteville Rolling Hills Drive Improvements PRELIMINARY DESIGN - TRAFFIC WORK TASK DESCRIPTION E-6 E-5 E-4 E-3 E-2 E-1 T-1 $272.00 $221.00 $181.00 $155.00 $128.00 $111.00 $81.00 hr hr hr hr hr hr hr 1. Preliminary Signing/Striping Pavement Markings 4 30 Signing 4 10 Plan Check 4 2 Plan Submittal and Corrections 2 8 Subtotal - Preliminary Signing/Striping 6 10 0 48 0 0 0 2. Preliminary Signalization (1 Int.) Site Visit 4 4 Traffic Signal Notes 1 System Map 2 Street Name Signs 1 1 Signal Layout (Reference File) 1 10 3 60 Scale Sheets 1 1 3 40 Scale Sheets 1 1 3 Wiring Diagrams 1 2 1 Charts Sheets 1 1 3 Wheelchair Ramp Layout and Details 1 2 2 4 Summary of Quantities 1 1 2 6 Conduit Capacity Calculations 1 1 Plan Check 5 5 8 Plan Submittal and Corrections 2 2 16 16 Subtotal - Preliminary Signalization (1 Int.) 13 0 16 0 44 48 0 Hours 19 10 16 48 44 48 0 Salary Costs $5,168.00 $2,210.00 $2,896.00 $7,440.00 $5,632.00 $5,328.00 $0.00 SUBTOTAL - SALARIES: $28,674.00 DIRECT NON -LABOR EXPENSES Document Printing/Reproduction/Assembly $51.00 Postage/Freight/Courier $0.00 Travel Costs $250.00 SUBTOTAL - DIRECT NON -LABOR EXPENSES: $301.00 SUBTOTAL: $28,975.00 SUBCONSULTANTS FEE: $0.00 TOTAL FEE: $28,975.00 Appendix B City of Fayetteville Rolling Hills Drive Improvements PRELIMINARY DESIGN - ELECTRICAL WORK TASK DESCRIPTION E-4 E-3 E-1 $181.00 $155.00 $111.00 hr hr hr 1. Electrical Engineering General Team Coordination 3 6 Performance Specification 8 8 16 Quantities 3 12 Cost Estimate 3 6 QC Review 8 8 Address Review Comments 3 Subtotal - Electrical Engineering 19 22 43 Hours 19 22 43 Salary Costs $3,439.00 $3,410.00 $4,773.00 SUBTOTAL - SALARIES: $11,622.00 DIRECT NON -LABOR EXPENSES Document Printing/Reproduction/Assembly $178.00 Travel Costs $0.00 SUBTOTAL - DIRECT NON -LABOR EXPENSES: $178.00 SUBTOTAL: SUBCONSULTANTSFEE: $11,800.00 $0.00 TOTAL FEE: $11,800.00 Appendix B City of Fayetteville Rolling Hills Drive Improvements FINAL DESIGN WORK TASK DESCRIPTION E-6 E-5 E-4 E-3 E-2 E-1 T-1 $272.00 $221.00 $181.00 $155.00 $128.00 $111.00 $81.00 hr hr hr hr hr hr hr 1. Project Management Administration and Coordination 8 Quality Control Review 6 6 Subtotal - Project Management 14 0 6 0 0 0 0 2. Civil Engineering Final Plans Typical Sections 2 2 Plan & Profile Sheets 4 24 50 20 Roundabout (2 each) Layout Sheets 20 40 10 Cross Sections 4 8 2 Maintenance of Traffic Plan 6 10 2 Tree Planting Plan 4 12 Driveways (23 evaluations) 8 12 4 Drainage Improvements 10 16 4 Typical Details 2 4 4 Erosion Control Plans 6 12 2 Coordination with Utility Companies 8 Coordination and Meetings with Owner 4 8 Specifications/Contract Documents 10 2 Quantities 6 12 Opinion of Probable Construction Cost 4 4 Subtotal -Civil Engineering 8 0 118 4 12 172 48 Hours 22 0 124 4 12 172 48 Salary Costs $5,984.00 $0.00 $22,444.00 $620.00 $1,536.00 $19,092.00 $3,888.00 SUBTOTAL - SALARIES: $53,564.00 DIRECT NON -LABOR EXPENSES Document Printing/Reproduction/Assembly $120.00 Postage/Freight/Courier $0.00 Travel Costs $16.00 SUBTOTAL - DIRECT NON -LABOR EXPENSES: $136.00 TOTAL FEE: $53,700.00 Appendix B City of Fayetteville Rolling Hills Drive Improvements FINAL DESIGN - WATER & SEWER WORK TASK DESCRIPTION E-4 E-1 T-2 $181.00 $111.00 $102.00 hr hr hr 1. Project Management Administration and Coordination 2 Quality Control Review 8 Subtotal - Project Management 10 0 0 2. Civil Engineering - Water and Sewer Utility Coordination 2 Water Relocation Plan and Profile Sheets 8 30 60 Sewer Relocation Plan and Profile Sheets 12 40 60 Water and Sewer Details 2 4 8 Opinion of Probable Construction Cost 2 8 Meetings/ Coordination with City 6 Specifications 8 12 Final Field Inspection 4 Arkansas Department of Health 2 4 8 Subtotal - Civil Engineering - Water an Sewer 46 98 136 3. Structural Engineering 11 Subtotal - Structural Engineering 0 0 0 Hours Salary Costs SUBTOTAL - SALARIES: DIRECT NON -LABOR EXPENSES 56 98 136 $10,136.00 $10,878.00 $13,872.00 Document Printing/Reproduction/Assembly $494.00 Postage/Freight/Courier $50.00 ADH Review Fee $500.00 Travel Costs $20.00 SUBTOTAL - DIRECT NON -LABOR EXPENSES $34,886.00 $1,064.00 TOTAL FEE: $35,950.00 Appendix B City of Fayetteville Rolling Hills Drive Improvements FINAL DESIGN - TRAFFIC WORK TASK DESCRIPTION E-6 E-5 E-4 E-3 E-2 E-1 T-1 $272.00 $221.00 $181.00 $155.00 $128.00 $111.00 $81.00 hr hr hr hr hr hr hr 1. Final Signing/Striping Pavement Marking Updates 2 20 Signing Updates 2 20 Plan Check 2 1 Plan Submittal and Corrections 1 4 Subtotal - Final Signing/Striping 3 5 0 44 0 0 0 2. Final Signalization (1 Int.) Signal Plan Updates 1 1 2 Quantity Updates 2 2 2 Special Provisions 1 1 Construction Cost Estimate 2 2 Plan Check 2 2 Plan Submittal and Corrections 2 2 4 8 Subtotal - Final Signalization (1 Int.) 8 0 10 0 8 10 0 Hours 11 5 10 44 8 10 0 Salary Costs $2,992.00 $1,105.00 $1,810.00 $6,820.00 $1,024.00 $1,110.00 $0.00 SUBTOTAL - SALARIES: $14,861.00 DIRECT NON -LABOR EXPENSES Document Printing/Reproduction/Assembly $39.00 Postage/Freight/Courier $0.00 Travel Costs $0.00 SUBTOTAL - DIRECT NON -LABOR EXPENSES: $39.00 SUBTOTAL: $14,900.00 SUBCONSULTANTS FEE: $0.00 TOTAL FEE: $14,900.00 Appendix B City of Fayetteville Rolling Hills Drive Improvements FINAL DESIGN - ELECTRICAL WORK TASK DESCRIPTION E-4 E-3 E-1 $181.00 $155.00 $111.00 hr hr hr 1. Electrical Engineering Address City's Comments 2 3 General Team Coordination 2 3 Performance Specification 2 4 8 Quantities 3 6 Cost Estimate 2 3 QC Review 3 3 Address Review Comments 3 Sign Documents 1 1 Subtotal - Electrical Engineering 10 12 27 Hours 10 12 27 Salary Costs $1,810.00 $1,860.00 $2,997.00 SUBTOTAL - SALARIES: DIRECT NON -LABOR EXPENSES $6,667.00 Document Printing/Reproduction/Assembly $133.00 Travel Costs $0.00 SUBTOTAL - DIRECT NON -LABOR EXPENSES: $133.00 SUBTOTAL: $6,800.00 SUBCONSULTANTS FEE: $0.00 TOTAL FEE: $6,800.00 Appendix B City of Fayetteville Rolling Hills Drive Improvements PROPERTY ACQUISITION DOCUMENTS WORK TASK DESCRIPTION E-3 S-5 S-4 2-Man Crew (Survey) 2-Man Crew (GPS Survey)(Survey) 3-Man Crew X-1 $155.00 $167.00 $126.00 $202.00 $222.00 $252.00 $64.00 hr hr hr hr hr hr hr 1. Project Management Administration and Coordination 2 2 Quality Control Review 2 2 Submittals to Client 2 4 Subtotal - Project Management 6 4 4 0 0 0 0 2. Acquisition Documents (25 Parcels) Permanent Right -of -Way and Easement Acquisition Documents 50 100 Temporary Construction Easements 16 30 Coordination with Owner 2 2 Parcels) 2 68 130 0 1 0 1 0 0 Hours 72 134 Salary Costs $1,240.00 $12,024.00 $16,884.00 $0.00 $0.00 $0.00 $0.00 SUBTOTAL - SALARIES: $30,148.00 DIRECT NON -LABOR EXPENSES Document Printing/Reproduction/Assembly $152.00 Postage/Freight/Courier $0.00 Travel Costs $0.00 SUBTOTAL - DIRECT NON -LABOR EXPENSES: $152.00 SUBTOTAL: $30,300.00 SUBCONSULTANTS FEE: $0.00 TOTAL FEE: $30,300.00 Appendix B City of Fayetteville Rolling Hills Drive Improvements BIDDING SERVICES WORK TASK DESCRIPTION E-6 E-5 E-4 E-3 E-2 E-1 T-1 $272.00 $221.00 $181.00 $155.00 $128.00 $111.00 $81.00 hr hr hr hr hr hr hr 1. Project Management Administration and Coordination 2 Subtotal - Project Management 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 2. Civil Engineering Addendums/Inquiries 6 Pre -Bid Meeting 3 Bid Opening 2 Prepare bid tabulation 2 Evaluate bids and recommend award 1 Prepare construction contracts 3 Subtotal - Civil Engineering 0 0 0 15 0 2 0 Hours 15 Salary Costs $544.00 $0.00 $0.00 $2,325.00 $0.00 $222.00 $0.00 SUBTOTAL - SALARIES: $3,091.00 DIRECT NON -LABOR EXPENSES Document Printing/Reproduction/Assembly $50.00 Postage/Freight/Courier $0.00 Travel Costs $9.00 SUBTOTAL - DIRECT NON -LABOR EXPENSES: $59.00 SUBTOTAL: $3,150.00 SUBCONSULTANTS FEE: $0.00 TOTAL FEE: $3,150.00 K R/W Mia —Mfd Ilk F — R/W R/W R/W R/W INN RA'f ---R/W RtW R/W R/W R/W R/W R/W R/W R/W R/W R/W T R/W ww Mid SECTION Al V) H N 33 N R� �E RNV RNV is RNV RNV Rm / a R/w-- RNtl- RNV -R1W R/W R/W R/W H R/W R/WR/W RNV Q RNV RNV - RnN R/w R/w R/w R �vJ ° R/W RNV R/W SECTION A2 CITY OF FAYETTEVILLE r. . _ Qr'. '",'a: _ .:•� �,• ,fir. ;..`cT. 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Joyce Blvd., Suite 400 Fayetteville, AR 72703 May 1, 2020 Garver Project No.: 19T21130 151 Street Overpass CITY OF FAYETTEVILLE ARKANS ARI{ANSAS Engineer's Certification Preliminary Engineering Report hereby certify that this Preliminary Engineering Report for the 15t" Street Overpass was prepared by Garver under my direct supervision for the City of Fayetteville. �000 ARKANSAS S D ENGINEER D. Jeffrey Webb, PE �y State of Arkansas PE License 12051 ZLl�N0.12051, Digitally Signed 05/01/2020 CF GARVER 0: LLC :s y:•.No. 766 '� Garver Project No. 19T21130 Page 2 UN GARVER CITY OF ��FAYETTEVILLE ARKANSAS Table of Contents Engineer's Certification ................ Table of Contents ......................... List of Figures ............................... List of Tables ................................ List of Appendices ........................ 1.0 Introduction ....................... 2.0 ARDOT Option .................. 3.0 ARDOT + City Option ....... 4.0 Traffic Study ..................... 5.0 Opinion of Probable Costs List of Figures 151 Street Overpass Preliminary Engineering Report Figure 1: ARDOT Interchange Design (Yellow) with Fayetteville Proposal (Blue) Figure 2: Proposed ARDOT Improvements South of Hwy. 62 Interchange.......... Figure 3: Garver Refined 15th Street Overpass Improvements ........................... Figure 4: Proposed 15th Street Overpass Typical Section ................................... List of Tables Table 1: Summary of Estimated Costs List of Appendices Appendix A - Traffic Report Appendix B - Conceptual Plans Appendix C - Detailed Cost Estimates Appendix D - Conceptual Drainage Calculations Garver Project No. 19T21130 Page 3 2 3 3 3 3 4 5 7 9 9 4 6 7 8 9 CITY OF ��FAYETTEVILLE ARKANSAS 1.0 Introduction 151 Street Overpass Preliminary Engineering Report The purpose of this preliminary engineering report is to evaluate potential revisions to the Highway 62 Interchange as proposed by ARDOT (referenced as the ARDOT Option in this report). ARDOT proposes to convert the existing Highway 62 Interchange from a conventional diamond interchange to a Single Point Urban Interchange (SPUI). Along with the SPUI design, ARDOT proposes improvements to the Northbound exit ramp onto Futrall Drive with a proposed roundabout near 15th street, the southbound on - ramp from Shiloh Drive, and improvements south at the Cato Springs Exit including a roundabout. The City of Fayetteville proposes to modify ARDOT's planned improvements (referenced in this report as ARDOT + City Option) by adding a connection from the east roundabout to 15th Street, adding an overpass over Interstate 49 to a roundabout on the western side of Interstate 49, and removing the proposed improvements at Cato Springs Road. See Figure 1 below. r 1146101 ley 7 Figure 1: ARDOT Interchange Design (Yellow) with Fayetteville Proposal (Blue) Garver Project No. 19T21130 Page 4 rA GARVER 151 Street Overpass CITY OF W4ARKANSFAYETEVILLE ARI{ANSAS 2.0 ARDOT Option Preliminary Engineering Report As shown in Figure 2 on the following page and detailed in Appendix B, ARDOT proposes to relocate the existing northbound off -ramp and southbound on -ramp to MLK Jr. Boulevard. Futrall Drive and Shiloh Drive are proposed to become one-way frontage roads between MLK Jr. Boulevard and Cato Springs Road. The off -ramp improvements consist of relocation of Futrall Drive, the off -ramp, and 18th Street to a new roundabout on the east side of Interstate 49 just west of the existing 151h Street terminus. The new roundabout will be constructed on 2-ft to 12-ft of fill. Fill is required for construction of the roundabout due to the existing terrain sloping down to an existing creek east of Futrall Drive. Since the amount of fill would encroach on the existing creek floodplain, a modular block retaining wall in fill is proposed to be located on the east side of the proposed roundabout. Shiloh Drive is proposed to be extended south to Cato Springs Road along with relocating the Cato Springs Road southbound off -ramp west to parallel the Shiloh Drive extension. The extension of Shiloh Drive and the relocated off -ramp converge at Cato Springs Road at a proposed roundabout. The existing southbound off -ramp from Interstate 49 to Cato Springs Road will be removed. The proposed off - ramp and Shiloh Drive extension will require up to 80-ft of cut through an existing hillside. The existing Cato Springs Trail out to the Kessler Mountain Regional Park will be rerouted around the north side of the proposed roundabout. Garver Project No. 19T21130 Page 5 UN GARVER 151 Street Overpass CITY OF ��FAYETTEVILLE ARKANSAS Preliminary Engineering Report Figure 2: Proposed ARDOT Improvements South of Hwy. 62 Interchange Garver Project No. 19T21130 Page 6 rA CGARV ER CITY OF ��FAYETTEVILLE ARKANSAS 151 Street Overpass Preliminary Engineering Report 3.0 ARDOT + City Option } VAli r i 1 4 T J�N } I_ I 1 } 1 I 'Alt 1 ` North i E o t , ; , 1 } I } I , 11 � I i . ���r�' -.w•� t , IRj 11 T �g'T . fin• 11 �~ I 4 Figure 3: Garver Refined 15th Street Overpass Improvements Garver Project No. 19T21130 Page 7 rA GARVlER 151 Street Overpass CITY OF P4ARKANSFAYETEVILLE ARI{ANSAS Preliminary Engineering Report The ARDOT + City Option (Figure 3 on previous page) modifies the ARDOT Option through the following: • Removal of the improvements near Cato Springs Road which include the Cato Springs off -ramp, extension of Shiloh Drive, Cato Springs Trail relocation, and roundabout. • Addition of an overpass over Interstate 49. • Addition of a roundabout on the west side of Interstate 49. • Relocation of the MLK Jr. Boulevard on and off -ramps to function under the proposed overpass. • Addition of a connection from the east roundabout to 15th Street. • Addition of a cul-de-sac on the west end of 18th Street. • Relocation of the existing trail on the east end of the project near Hollywood Ave./ 15th Street. • Shiloh Drive south of the west roundabout is retained as a two-way frontage road. The proposed 15th Street Overpass typical section (Figure 4 below) consists of two 12-ft travel lanes, a 4- ft striped median, two shoulders, a 14-ft sidepath (trail), and a sidewalk. The overpass will be a 252-ft two -span structure, with one interior bent, and two vertical end bents with MSE Walls. The shoulders and striped median are required on the bridge due to shy distance (horizontal offset) and truck turning movements navigating the roundabouts. 61'-3" OUT -TO -OUT 26-6' CLEAR ROADWAY ? 1T-0m 1' 5' 0" 12'-0" 4'-O" 12'-D" 31-6" 6'-6" V-T" SIDEPATH SHOULDER TRAVEL LANE STRIPED TRAVEL LANE SHOULDER SIDEWALK ~ [SHY D;ST.] MEDIAN T I 1 Figure 4: Proposed 15th Street Overpass Typical Section The profile grade or height above existing terrain for the 15th Street overpass maintains a minimum clear distance of 16.5-ft from the existing terrain to the low steel elevation of the bridge. The profile grade along 15th street varies from 5-ft above existing ground at the center of the west roundabout to 37-ft above existing terrain at the center of the east roundabout. These varying elevations are required to maintain the minimum 16.5-ft clear over Interstate 49. This amount of fill causes certain approaches and exits to the east roundabout to be steep. Grades vary from 12% for 15th Street and Hollywood Avenue up to the east roundabout to 5 - 8% for the on and off -ramps. See conceptual plans in Appendix B for further information. At the east end of the proposed 15th Street Overpass project the road crosses over Town Branch Creek and Town Branch Trail. The trail will be relocated to travel under 15th Street through one of the proposed barrels of the 4-barrel 12-ft x 10-ft reinforced concrete box culvert. A trail will also be located along the north side of the 151h Street connecting the intersection of Hollywood Ave./l5th Street on the east with Shiloh Drive / 15th on the west. A connection is also proposed from Town Branch Trail up to this trail on the north side of 15th Street via switchback near the Hollywood Ave./l 5th Street intersection. The Garver Project No. 19T21130 CARVER 151 Street Overpass CITY OF W4ARKANSFAYETEVILLE ARI{ANSAS Preliminary Engineering Report proposed box culvert and other large drainage structures were sized according to the City of Fayetteville criteria. Detailed drainage calculations can be found in Appendix D. 4.0 Traffic Study Garver conducted a traffic study utilizing data from ARDOT, the City of Fayetteville, and field observations. The traffic study was utilized to refine the geometry provided by the City to best serve the traffic volumes for the design year of 2040. See Error! Reference source not found.Figure 3 on a previous page and see Appendix B for detailed Conceptual Plans. The traffic study concluded that adding the overpass at 15th Street will generally reduce delay on MLK Jr. Boulevard by providing alternate routes for traffic to access Interstate 49. One slight increase of delay was found in the ARDOT + City Option at the intersection of MLK Jr. Boulevard and Shiloh Drive/Futrall Drive (SPUI). The slight increase in delay between the ARDOT Option and the ARDOT + City Option was determined to be caused by a redirection of trips from the Razorback / 15th Street Intersection. In the 2040 ARDOT Option, 15th Street is not directly connected to the roundabout on the east side of the intersection; therefore, roadway users in the vicinity of Razorback/15th planning to proceed north on 1-49 tend to take Razorback to MLK Jr. Boulevard then west to a right -turn onto the interstate. For the 2040 ARDOT + City Option, a direct connection is made from 15th Street to the roundabout and overpass which encourages people to use the roundabout and Futrall Drive to go north on the interstate. There is a difference of around 200 cars/hour in the AM and PM Peak movements. The addition of the traffic north on Futrall Drive causes the slight increase in queue/delay. For more detailed information on the Traffic Study, please see the full report in Appendix A. 5.0 Opinion of Probable Costs The opinion of probable construction cost was calculated for each area of improvement per option as summarized in Table 1 below. Detailed cost estimates are provided in Appendix C. Table 1: Summary of Estimated Costs of Section ARDOTDescription -D• Option Cost Option East Side of 1-49 / Futrall NB Off -Ramp $ 2,640,000.00 $ 8,340,000.00 15th Street Overpass $ - I $ 3,496,000.00 West Side of 1-49 / Shiloh SB On -Ramp $ 1,120,000.00 I $ 2,340,000.00 Cato Springs Road Area, Includes: - Cato Springs Roundabout - Off -Ramp Improvements I $ 9,040,000.00 $ - - Connection from Shiloh Drive to Off -Ramp - Trail Relocation Totals: $ 12,800,000.00 $ 14,176,000.00 The ARDOT + City Option is estimated to be $1,376,000 more than the ARDOT Option. Garver Project No. 19T21130 Page 9 UN GARVER Iwo CITY OF FAYETTEVILLE ARKANSAS TRAFFIC CALMING POLICY INTRODUCTION Excessive traffic speeds in neighborhood areas is an issue of concern to citizens in Fayetteville. This policy addresses a procedure through which neighborhoods can be considered for traffic calming measures. Traffic calming is the management of traffic through the use of roadway design features. Traffic management through traffic calming is most effective if the features are both warranted and properly designed. Traffic calming solutions may be warranted where there is a demonstrated need for traffic calming, and where solutions can be identified that will address the need. Not only must the needs be perceived by the neighborhood, but they must also be documented to be substantive. In order for traffic calming strategies to be effective, traffic data collection and analysis must validate that calming needs are legitimate. These traffic studies may include: 1. Speed studies 2. Vehicle and pedestrian counts 3. Through -traffic surveys 4. Accident records Effective solutions for valid needs also require that the selected traffic calming strategy be appropriate for the need. Once an effective strategy for traffic calming has been selected, it should be properly designed in accordance with the relevant design parameters. These should include consideration of: 1. Traffic volume 2. Design speed 3. Design vehicle characteristics 4. Emergency services Although warranted and properly designed traffic calming strategies can have the desired benefits of managing traffic, they also can create disadvantages to adjacent streets and neighborhoods and to the traveling public at large. Traffic calming could have the potential of shifting an existing traffic problem to another street or neighborhood. Traffic calming may also increase delay for emergency response vehicles and can increase long term maintenance costs for the City. Because of the controversy and potential disadvantages, traffic calming should be implemented only with the majority consent of those directly impacted. This policy therefore provides guidelines for the following traffic calming activities: 1. Requests for traffic calming consideration 2. Prioritization of Requests 3. Identification and approval of traffic calming strategies 4. Programming of traffic calming improvements 5. Design of traffic calming projects 6. Evaluation of traffic calming projects REQUESTS FOR TRAFFIC CALMING CONSIDERATION Requests for traffic calming received will be catalogued, and will be assigned to one of three tiers: Tier 1: Proximity to Schools or other significant Points of Interest (1/2-mile walkshed) Tier 2: Obvious cut -through opportunities (Based on engineering best judgement, could be supplemented with traffic count study) Tier 3: Dead-end or disconnected areas of the transportation network. If a citizen requests police patrol enforcement, the request will be forwarded to the Police Department for possible enforcement action. Requests from multiple streets may be grouped together and/or staff may add streets that may be impacted by traffic calming to requests. If such grouping occurs, the requirements of the next section will apply to the grouped streets. PRIORITIZATION OF TRAFFIC CALMING REQUESTS Locations assigned to Tier 1 or Tier 2 will be scheduled for further study upon receipt by the City Engineer of a petition signed by at least one member of seventy-five percent (75%) of the property ownerships facing the street(s) on which the traffic calming study is requested. A block shall consist of every developed property having frontage on the street to be studied between successive intersecting streets. A typical traffic calming petition shall include, at a minimum, a description of the street or streets which are to be included in the calming study and the signature of at least 75% of the property owners on those street(s). Where more than one person is listed as owner for each property, only one person shall be entitled to vote or sign a petition. Likewise, if multiple properties are owned by the same person or persons, the owner(s) will only be entitled to one vote or signature on the petition. This definition of property owner shall apply throughout this policy document. The City staff assigned to administer traffic calming studies will review the petition for validity and will assess whether other streets may be impacted by implementation of traffic calming strategies. City staff will define the area of potential impact resulting from the traffic calming implementation on a case by case basis. Relevant data to be collected for the study includes: 1. Speed and Volume Counts 2. Accident Experience 3. Distance to schools and other pedestrian generators 4. Pedestrian facilities This data will be used to assign a point value to each Tier 1 and Tier 2 location, as follows: Speed Per 5pts for each MPH > 5MPH above posted speed Volume Per ADT/100 Sidewalks 0-5 5pts if no continuous sidewalk, 2.5pts if one side Accidents 0-5 1 pt for each accident/year at one location School 10pts within quarter -mile radius, 7.5pts if between Walkshed 0-10 quarter- and half -mile radius, 5pts within half -mile radius, 2.5pts if partially in half -mile radius Locations receiving a minimum of 35 points, or that have 85t" percentile speeds above 35 mph will receive further consideration for traffic calming under this program. Streets that do not meet these minimum criteria, and dead-end or disconnected streets that are placed in Tier 3 generally will not be considered for structural traffic calming, but may be considered for enforcement and are eligible for consideration of tactical urbanism permits. IDENTIFICATION OF TRAFFIC CALMING STRATEGIES City staff shall present to the residents living within the area of potential impact the results of the traffic calming study and rating. Where traffic calming may be appropriate, staff will present options for traffic calming in the affected area. Sixty percent (60%) or more of the property owners in the area of potential impact must support the proposed strategy option(s) before the City will give further consideration to traffic calming implementation. PROGRAMMING OF TRAFFIC CALMING IMPROVEMENTS Periodically, but not more than once each year, City staff will prioritize those traffic calming strategies within the City that have been approved within their area of impact. Prioritization will be based on the rating system. The City Council Transportation Committee will approve projects to be implemented, up to the yearly budget as determined by City Council. Those traffic calming improvement locations not selected, will remain in consideration for up to three years. City ward boundaries should be considered so that projects affecting each ward can be implemented. DESIGN OF TRAFFIC CALMING PROJECTS The design of traffic calming devices must meet the following criteria: 1. Only residential links or urban center streets are eligible. 2. The street shall have an ADT of less than 4,000. 3. Limited to streets having only one lane of through traffic in each direction. 4. Streets must not be primary emergency routes, as determine by the Police and Fire Departments. 5. At the discretion of the City Engineer, certain traffic calming measures may not be used if they would create an unsafe condition for motorists driving at normal speeds under average driving conditions. 6. Streets must not be through truck routes unless an acceptable alternative route is identified and approved. Design of traffic calming features shall accommodate a single unit truck. EVALUATION OF TRAFFIC CALMING PROJECTS Six months following the completion of the traffic calming improvements, city staff may undertake a follow-up study to determine if the traffic calming features have achieved the initial purpose of the project. If unacceptable impacts are identified, corrective measures may be taken. Traffic calming measures may be removed after the evaluation period for any of the following reasons: 1. Emergency response is significantly impacted. 2. The problem for which the traffic calming was implemented has been transferred to another street. 3. At least sixty percent (60%) of the property owners in the defined area of impact sign a petition to remove the traffic calming measures. This option will result in complete removal of all measures. STREET BETWEEN WARD -TUW DATA SCORING CALCULATIONS TOTAL SCORE AC'DT REPORT S/W 85% SPEED POSTED SPEED ADT SPEED CALCS SPEED VOL. AC'DT S/W SCHOOL WALKSHED Stubblefield Rd Old Missouri Rd to Bertha St 3 2 1 37.80 25 1602 39.0 39.0 16.0 2 2.5 5 64.5 East Oaks Dr Mission Blvd to Crossover Rd 3 5 1 35.80 25 1929 29.0 29.0 19.3 5 2.5 5 60.8 Setter St Crossover Rd to Seminole Ct 1 1 1 38.00 25 881 40.0 40.0 8.8 1 2.5 5 57.3 Brooks Ave 15th St to Boone St 1 0 0 38.90 25 909 44.5 40.0 9.1 0 5 0 54.1 Overcrest St Old Wire Rd to Amber Dr 3 0 1 37.40 25 777 37.0 37.0 7.8 0 2.5 5 52.3 Cleveland St Lewis Ave to Oliver Ave 4 6 1 33.4 25 3802 17.0 17.0 19.0 3 5 5 49.0 River Meadows Dr Huntsville Rd to Pumpkin Ridge Dr 1 3 2 38.90 25 583 44.5 40.0 5.8 3 0 0 48.8 New Bridge Rd Bridgeport Dr to Colony Way 4 1 2 35.80 25 1566 29.0 29.0 15.7 1 0 0 45.7 Overcrest St Old Wire Rd to Amber Dr 3 1 1 35.80 25 755 29.0 29.0 7.6 1 2.5 5 45.1 College Ave MILK Blvd to 15th St 1 6 1 34.70 25 1352 23.5 23.5 13.5 5 2.5 0 44.5 Cleveland St Lewis Ave to Oliver Ave 4 6 1 32.3 25 3944 11.5 11.5 19.7 3 5 5 44.2 Harold St College Ave to Loxley Ave 3 0 1 36.70 25 804 33.5 33.5 8.0 0 2.5 0 44.0 Hearthstone Dr Stonewall Xing to Copper Creek Dr 3 0 2 36.70 25 933 33.5 33.5 9.3 0 0 0 42.8 Stanton Ave Oakcliff St to Old Wire Rd 3 3 0 34.70 25 764 23.5 23.5 7.6 3 5 2.5 41.6 Bishop Dr Bob Younkin Dr to Appleby Rd 3 0 1 34.90 25 1384 24.5 24.5 13.8 0 2.5 0 40.8 Stephens Ave Mt Comfort Rd to Wedington Dr 2 2 0 35.10 25 228 25.5 25.5 2.3 2 5 5 39.8 Morning Mist Dr Berkleigh Dr to Rupple Rd 4 1 2 35.10 25 316 25.5 25.5 3.2 1 0 10 39.7 Oakland Ave North St to Sycamore St 2 1 0 33.60 25 1211 18.0 18.0 12.1 1 5 2.5 38.6 Country Club Dr 26th Cir to 29th Cir 1 0 0 34.60 25 899 23.0 23.0 9.0 0 5 0 37.0 Cleveland St Lewis Ave to Oliver Ave 4 6 1 30.7 25 3944 3.5 3.5 19.7 3 5 5 36.2 Whippoorwill Ct Mission Blvd to Cherokee Dr 1 1 1 33.10 25 640 15.5 15.5 6.4 1 2.5 10 35.4 Candlewood Dr Township St to Firewood Dr 3 0 2 33.10 25 731 15.5 15.5 7.3 0 0 10 32.8 Oakcliff St Loxley Ave to Old Missouri Rd 3 1 0 33.60 25 346 18.0 18.0 3.5 1 5 5 32.5 Amber Dr Old Wire Rd to Overcrest St 3 2 2 33.60 25 745 18.0 18.0 7.5 2 0 5 32.5 Loxley Ave Stubblefield Rd to Rolling Hills Dr 3 0 0 31.80 25 1126 9.0 9.0 11.3 0 5 5 30.3 Oliver Ave Maple St to Cleveland St (N of Cardwell Ave) 4 0 0 32.20 25 830 11.0 11.0 8.3 0 5 5 29.3 Heritage Ave Wedington Dr to Reliance St 4 1 2 33.80 25 927 19.0 19.0 9.3 1 0 0 29.3 Stanton Ave Old Wire Rd to Hilldale Dr 3 0 1 34.10 25 625 20.5 20.5 6.3 0 2.5 0 29.3 7th St College Ave to Church Ave 1 2 1 34.20 25 307 21.0 21.0 3.1 2 2.5 0 28.6 Stanton Ave Hilldale Dr to Oakcliff St 3 0 0 32.90 25 348 14.5 14.5 3.5 0 5 5 28.0 Halsell Rd Oliver Ave to Sang Ave 4 4 0 32.90 25 353 14.5 14.5 3.5 4 5 0 27.0 Sunset Dr Wedington Dr to Cleveland St 4 2 1 32.20 25 549 11.0 11.0 5.5 2 2.5 5 26.0 Bridgeport Dr Mt Comfort Rd to New Bridge Rd 4 1 2 26.60 25 1993 0.0 0.0 19.9 1 0 0 20.9 Oliver Ave Maple St to Cleveland St (S of Cardwell Ln) 4 0 0 30.60 25 780 3.0 3.0 7.8 0 5 5 20.8 Highland Ave North St to Prospect St 2 2 0 31.10 25 311 5.5 5.5 3.1 2 5 5 20.6 Oliver Ave Maple St to Cleveland St 4 1 0 30.60 25 640 3.0 3.0 6.4 1 5 5 20.4 Meandering Way Arthurs Ct to Crossover Rd 3 2 1 31.80 25 599 9.0 9.0 6.0 2 2.5 0 19.5 Ferguson Ave Country Way to Crossover Rd 3 1 1 32.70 25 169 13.5 13.5 1.7 1 2.5 0 18.7 Magnolia Dr Azalea Ter to Boxwood Dr 3 1 1 32.40 25 305 12.0 12.0 3.1 1 2.5 0 18.6 Eastwood Dr Mission Blvd to Columbus Blvd 3 0 1 27.00 25 550 0.0 0.0 5.5 0 2.5 10 18.0 Sunny Ln Drake St to Bishop Dr 3 4 1 31.30 25 196 6.5 6.5 2.0 4 2.5 2.5 17.5 Susan Carol Ln Drake St to Bishop Dr 3 0 1 31.50 25 207 7.5 7.5 2.1 0 2.5 2.5 14.6 Peg Ln Drake St to Bishop Dr 3 0 0 30.40 25 376 2.0 2.0 3.8 0 5 2.5 13.3 Hendrix St Stephens Ave to Garland Ave 2 2 0 28.50 25 348 1 0.0 0.0 3.5 2 5 2.5 13.0 Forest Ave Park Ave to Maple Ave 2 1 2 21.90 25 182 0.0 0.0 1.8 1 0 10 12.8 Stagecoach Dr Hilldale Dr to Oakcliff St 3 1 0 28.10 25 169 0.0 0.0 1.7 1 5 5 12.7 Hillcrest Ave 200' N of North St 2 0 0 29.80 25 668 0.0 0.0 6.7 0 5 0 11.7 Stanton Ave Oakcliff St to Old Wire Rd 3 0 0 28.20 25 373 0.0 0.0 3.7 0 5 2.5 11.2 Golden Oaks Dr Twelve Oaks Dr to Big Oaks Dr 3 0 1 24.50 25 266 0.0 0.0 2.7 0 2.5 5 10.2 Hearthstone Dr Stonewall Xing to Copper Creek Dr 3 0 2 29.80 25 960 0.0 0.0 9.6 0 0 0 9.6 Austin Dr Elm St to Ash St 2 0 1 28.90 25 186 0.0 0.0 1.9 0 2.5 5 9.4 STREET BETWEEN WARD -TUW DATA SCORING CALCULATIONS TOTAL SCORE AC'DT REPORT S/W 85% SPEED POSTED SPEED ADT SPEED CALCS SPEED VOL. AC'DT S/W SCHOOL WALKSHED Oaks Manor Dr Rolling Hills Dr to Sheryl Ave 3 0 0 29.10 25 166 0.0 0.0 1.7 0 5 0 6.7 Hosta Dr Mt Comfort Rd to Morning Mist Dr 4 0 2 27.70 25 151 0.0 0.0 1.5 0 0 5 6.5 Oklahoma Way Fletcher Ave to Missouri Way 1 0 0 24.90 25 130 0.0 0.0 1.3 0 5 0 6.3 East Ave MLK Blvd to Archibald Yell 1 2 1 28.60 25 173 0.0 0.0 1.7 2 2.5 0 6.2 High Ave Apache Trl to New Bridge Rd 4 0 2 28.00 25 619 0.0 0.0 6.2 0 0 0 6.2 Copper Creek Dr Hearthstone Dr to Zion Rd 3 1 2 30.60 25 80 3.0 3.0 0.8 1 0 0 4.8 5th St Sherman Ave to Happy Hollow Rd 1 0.0 Charlee Ave Mission to End of street 3 0.0 Clearwood Dr Salem Rd to Rupple Rd 4 0.0 Duncan Ave Putman St to MLK Blvd 2 0.0 Elm St Gregg Ave to Green Acres Rd 2 0.0 Hall Ave Wedington Dr to Cleveland St 4 0.0 Happy Hollow Rd Near Acacia Xing 1 0.0 Hill Ave Putman St to MLK Blvd 2 0.0 Holly St Porter Rd to Sang Ave 2 0.0 Hunters Rdg Mission Blvd to Setter St 1 0.0 Ika Ln 3248 W Ika Ln 4 0.0 Kantz Dr Kantz Dr to Crossover Rd 3 0.0 Katherine Ave Elaine Ave to Oak Bailey Dr 3 0.0 Lakeside Dr Mission to Kings Dr. 3 0.0 Mclaren Dr Rupple Rd to Salem Rd 4 0.0 Porter Rd Near Lawson St 2 0.0 Ramsey Ave Mission Blvd to Cicero Ln 3 0.0 Ray Ave Happy Hollow Rd to Huntsville Rd 1 0.0 Rhonda Dr Broadview Dr to Jordan Ln 3 0.0 Sang Ave Deane St to Wedington Dr 2 0.0 Spring St Fletcher Ave to College Ave 1 0.0 Valley Dr West End Ave to Porter Rd 2 0.0 Vanike Dr Topaz Dr to Deane Solomon Rd 4 0.0 Villa Blvd Sunbridge Dr to Hospital 3 0.0 Willow Ave Dickson St to Lafayette St 1 0.0 Boxley Ave Franciscan Trl to Ponca St 4 0.0 Corsica Dr Santa Maria Ln to Chantily Dr 4 0.0 Curtis Ave Near Fairlane St 1 0.0 Elizabeth Ave on Elizabeth Ave 3 0.0 Ellis Ave Hill Ave to Dunn Ave 1 0.0 Fiesta Dr Evergreen Ln to Appleby Rd 3 0.0 Huntsville Rd Mill Ave to Barton Ave 1 0.0 Juneway Ter Overcrest St 2 0.0 Lawson St Garland Ave to Oakland Ave 2 0.0 Maple St Assembly Dr to Mission Blvd 1 0.0 Ponca St Sunshine Rd to Boxley Ave 4 0.0 Van Buren Ave Duncan Ave to 15th St 1 0.0 ►i CITY OF FAYETTEVILLE ARKANSAS CITY OF FAYETTEVILLE TRANSPORTATION BOND PROGRAM PROGRESS REPORT — OCTOBER 2020 The Transportation Bond Program consists of projects that will be designed, contracted, and administered by City Staff or consultants/contractors working for the City. A summary of the status of all projects in the program follows below. Funding for the Bond Program includes $36 million in bonds for the first phase of the program. 1) RUPPLE ROAD (TANYARD DR. TO WEIR RD.) Project Summary • Completion of the last missing segment of Rupple Road. • Improvements include 4 travel lanes, a center median, sidewalk on the east side, a 12' wide multi -use trail on the west side, storm sewer, lighting and street trees. • This portion of the project is being constructed as a cost -share between the City and the developer of the Magnolia Park Subdivision. a. Phase 1 — Cost Share This portion of the project is being constructed as a cost -share between the City and the developer of the Magnolia Park Subdivision. • Recent Actions: 1. Cost share in the amount of $2,295,267.72 was approved at the 10/18/18 City Council meeting. 2. Construction began in November 2019 and was scheduled to be completed in July 2020. 3. Waterline installation is complete. 4. Aggregate base has been installed. 5. Curb and gutter installation is complete. • Upcoming Activities: 1. Sidewalks and driveway installation. 2. Final paving. b. Phase 2 — City Portion This portion of the project is fully funded by the City and was bid as a separate project. This portion of the work will connect Phase 1 to both the east and west sections of Weir Road. • Recent Actions: 1. City Council approved the design contract with Crafton Tull and Associates in July 2019. 2. Final design was submitted to the City at the end of January 2020. 3. Bid opening was March 11, 2020. Emery Sapp and Sons was the low Mailing Address: 113 W. Mountain Street Fayetteville, AR 72701 www.fayetteville-ar.gov bidder. 4. City Council approved the construction contract with Emery Sapp and Sons on April 7, 2020. 5. A contract amendment with Crafton, Tull and Associates was approved by the city council for construction phase engineering services on May 19tn 6. A notice to proceed for construction was issued for 6/6/20 and work has begun. 7. Waterline installation is complete. 8. Curb and gutter installation is complete. 9. Asphalt binder has been placed. Upcoming Activities: 1. Sidewalks and driveway installation. 2. Final paving. 2) ZION ROAD PHASE II (VANTAGE DR TO CROSSOVER RD) a. Project Summary/Status • Improvements include 2 travel lanes, a center turn lane, sidewalk on the south side, a 10' wide trail on the north side, storm sewer, lighting and street trees. b. Recent Actions: • City Council approved the design contract amendment with McClelland Consulting in July 2019. • City Council approved a contract amendment to add lighting and street trees to the project design on January 7, 2020. • Plans are complete. • Land acquisition was finalized in May 2020. • A bid opening was held on June 24, 2020. Tri Star Contractors, LLC was the low bidder. This was approved by the city council at the July 21, 2020 council meeting. • A pre -construction conference was held on September 23ra • A notice to proceed was issued and time began on the project starting September 19tn • The contractor has mobilized and materials are being delivered to the site. c. Upcoming Activities: • Waterline installation will begin at Highway 265 on the east end of the project. • Completion of construction is expected in January 2022. 3) STEAMBOAT / DOROTHY JEANNE CONNNECTION a. Project Summary/Status • This project is being designed in-house by the City Engineering Division. • Improvements include 2 travel lanes, sidewalk on the south/east side, a 10' wide trail on the north/west side and street trees. b. Recent Actions: • Land acquisition is complete. • Design and land acquisition are 100%. • A bid opening was held on May 28, 2020. Sweetser Construction was the low bidder. • Curb and gutter installation for the new portion of the site has been constructed. c. Upcoming Activities: Demolition of the existing roadway within the project limits and installation of curb and gutter. Construction is expected to be complete by January 2021. 4) SHILOH DR. / FULBRIGHT EXPRESSWAY INTERSECTION a. Project Summary/Status • Improvements include the construction of a roundabout at the intersection of Steele and Shiloh with on and off ramps to the Fulbright Expressway. The existing on and off ramps are proposed to be removed with this project. b. Recent Actions: • City Council approved the design contract with Garver Engineers in September 2019. • Surveys and the traffic study have been developed. • Correspondence with ArDOT concerning the proposal. • The conceptual design was submitted to the City for review along with the traffic study. • The traffic study, report and conceptual plans were submitted to ArDOT for review. • Transportation committee recommended to go with the option to install two new signals and an additional right turn lane on Shiloh at the Fulbright ramps. c. Upcoming Activities: • Garver has presented a design contract amendment which will be submitted for city council consideration in November. 5) CENTER / HARMON INTERSECTION a. Project Summary/Status • Improvements include widening to accommodate turn lanes, sidewalks on the south side, multi -use trail on the north and west sides, installation of a traffic signal, and pedestrian accommodations. b. Recent Actions: • City council approved the design contract with McClelland Engineers in November 2019. • 30% conceptual plans were submitted and reviewed in January 2020. • 60% Design Plans were submitted on May 15, 2020. Plans were reviewed and comments sent to MCE. • Land acquisition is underway. • 95% plans were submitted on September 18tn c. Upcoming Activities: • MCE is working on the final construction plans. • MCE will be submitting a design contact amendment to include additional survey and design for off -site storm sewer necessary for the construction of this project. • Land acquisition continues. 6) MIDTOWN CORRIDOR a. Project Summary/Status • The corridor improvements include the evaluation of the on and off ramp intersection of 149 at Porter Road, street , bicycle and pedestrian improvements along Porter, Deane and Sycamore to the Razorback Greenway, and the Mid -town Trail from the Razorback Greenway to College Avenue. The specific cross sections will be determined in the conceptual phase of the design. b. Recent Actions: • City council approved the design contract with Olsson in November 2019. • Survey work has been underway. • Design charette was held March 11' and 12' at the Methodist Church at the corner of Garland and Sycamore. • The consultant has submitted the 30% conceptual design. Staff has provided comments to Olsson. c. Upcoming Activities: • Olsson is preparing a design contract amendment which will be submitted to the city council for consideration in November. • 60% Plans development is underway for portions of the project. 7) SAIN STREET EXTENSION (JOYCE BLVD TO FLYOVER) a. Project Summary/Status • This project was recently selected for federal STP-A funding. The funding is for planning, design, and environmental review of a connection between Vantage Drive and Sain Street, including a connection to the flyover bridge at 71 B and the Fulbright Expressway. Burns & McDonnell is the design consultant. b. Recent Actions: • The FHWA has obligated $4,500,000 of Federal -aid funding for the construction of Sain Street. • The project has been advertised inviting contractors to submit bids for construction. • A Pre -Bid meeting was held on Tuesday, October 20tn c. Upcoming Activities: • The bid opening is scheduled for Wednesday, November 4t" 8) MAPLE ST. CYCLE TRACK a. Project Summary/Status • This project will include street improvements and the creation of a bicycle corridor between the Razorback Greenway and Garland Ave. along the south side of Maple St. Major project elements include construction of a 2-way cycle track along the south side of Maple St., signalization at Gregg Ave. and Maple St., storm drainage and new sidewalks along both sides of Maple St. between Gregg Ave. and Garland Ave. b. Recent Actions: • Meetings with the U of A to discuss the plan updates and funding. Request has been made for matching private grant funding for construction. • Emery Sapp and Sons was selected as the construction manager. Contract negotiations have begun with the intent of presenting the proposed contract for preconstruction services at the September 15 City Council meeting. • A preliminary cost estimate was presented by Emery Sapp. Design changes were discussed to bring the project costs down to within the budget. c. Upcoming Activities: • Design plans will continue with development considering the cost reduction options identified. 0 • Construction planned for February of 2021. 9) 15th ST. / RAZORBACK RD. INTERSECTION a. Project Summary/Status • This project is being designed in-house by the City Engineering Division. • Improvements include an additional lane on the eastern leg of the intersection to provide a dedicated left-hand turn lane. The intersection will be signalized with pedestrian accommodations. Sidewalks will be included on both the north and south sides of 15th Street for the length of the project. b. Recent Actions: • Plans are at 90% design. • Plans have been submitted to the railroad to coordinate the design of the railroad modifications. • Review comments were received from ArDOT in mid -June. • Plan revisions have been submitted to ArDOT for their second review c. Upcoming Activities: • Railroad agreement will be developed. 10) HIGHWAY 71 B CORRIDOR a. Project Summary/Status • Improvements to these corridors could include striping, widening and/or narrowing of the roadway, utility relocation (including burial of overhead utilities), sidewalk/trail installation, accommodations for transit systems, elimination or reconfiguration of driveways, additional traffic signals, medians, plazas, art installations, lighting, wayfinding, protected intersections, parking, LID stormwater strategies and other corridor improvements to be identified in the design process. b. Recent Actions: Engineering selection committee was held on March 5, 2020. Consultants were selected for the Archibald Yell Safety Improvements project and the Appleby/Plainview/Rolling Hills Connection project. Two consultants were selected to be interviewed for the remaining Highway 71 B projects. Garver Engineers was selected for the design Design contract with Garver Engineers was approved at the July 7, 2020 city council meeting. A design kick-off meeting was help with staff and Garver Engineers on July 3 Oth c. Upcoming Activities: • Traffic studies and conceptual designs are underway. 11) APPLEBY / PLAINVIEW / ROLLING HILLS CONNECTION a. Project Summary/Status • This project includes an extension of Rolling Hills Drive into the Fiesta Square Shopping Center, a direct connection from Appleby Road to Rolling Hills and an extension of Plainview Drive south into the Fiesta Square Shopping Center. These streets will all intersect at a roundabout on the east side of the shopping center. b. Recent Actions: • Engineering selection committee was held on March 5, 2020. Garver Engineers was selected for the design of this project. • The design contract was approved the City Council at the June 4, 2020 council meeting. • A design kick-off meeting was held with Garver on June 18, 2020. c. Upcoming Activities: • The traffic study and survey work has begun. • Conceptual design is scheduled to be completed in November 2020. 12) ARCHIBALD YELL BLVD. SAFETY IMPROVEMENTS a. Project Summary/Status • The goals of this project include providing safe pathways for pedestrians to cross Archibald Yell Blvd., increasing safety at the College Ave./Rock St./Archibald Yell Blvd. intersection, and providing space for pedestrian and bicycle facilities along Archibald Yell Blvd. b. Recent Actions: • Engineering selection committee was held on March 5, 2020. Garver Engineers was selected for the design of this project. • The design contract was approved the City Council at the June 4, 2020 council meeting. • A design kick-off meeting was held with Garver on June 18, 2020. c. Upcoming Activities: • The traffic study and survey work has begun. • Conceptual design is scheduled to be completed by the end of October 2020. • Public input will be sought. Platform to be determined. 13) ROLLING HILLS IMPROVEMENTS (COLLEGE TO OLD MISSOURI) a. Project Summary/Status • Improvements include street narrowing with new curb and gutter, storm sewer, mini -roundabouts, and bicycle/pedestrian facilities. b. Recent Actions: • Garver Engineers was selected as the design engineer for this project. c. Upcoming Activities: • Staff is working with Garver to develop a scope and contract that will be sent to the City Council for approval in November. 14) JOYCE BLVD. SAFETY IMPROVEMENTS a. Project Summary/Status • Safety improvements to Joyce Blvd. between Vantage Dr. and Old Missouri Rd. Specific improvements will be identified by a study of the corridor to identify mechanisms and causes of crashes in the area. A turn lane will be investigated as a solution, but other solutions will be considered as well. b. Recent Actions: c. Upcoming Activities: • Design is scheduled to begin in the second quarter of 2021. 15) NORTH ST. / MISSION BLVD. CORRIDOR STUDY a. Project Summary/Status • Garland Ave. to Gregg Ave. — Pedestrian improvements to connect retail and restaurant areas on Garland Ave. to residential areas and the Razorback Greenway. Pedestrian safety improvements at the Garland/North intersection. • Highway 71 B (College Ave) Intersection — Left turn lane for west bound traffic east of 71 B and signalization upgrades to reduce congestion. • Highway 71 B to Mission Blvd. — Pedestrian improvements and intersection improvements at Hillcrest. • Mission Blvd. to Old Wire Rd. — Additional lane for vehicles turning right on North St. with pedestrian and bicycle accommodations. b. Recent Actions: • Selection of Crafton Tull for design of North Street/Mission Blvd intersection and trail along Mission Blvd. This project will be partially funded with Trail Bond funding. • A design contract with Crafton, Tull and Associates was approved at the July 7, 2020 city council meeting. • Selection of McClelland Consulting Engineers for the overall corridor study. • Survey is complete. c. Upcoming Activities: • Conceptual design has begun for the North/Mission intersection • Staff is working with MCE to develop a scope and contract for the overall corridor that will be sent to the City Council for approval. 16) OLD WIRE RD. CYCLE TRACK (EXTENSION) a. Project Summary/Status • An extension of the cycle track completed in 2019. This project will extend from Gulley Park to the Old Wire/Old Missouri intersection where it will turn north and continue to the intersection with Rolling Hills Drive. • The design will include curb and gutter, a 4' stamped concrete median, a 9.5' wide cycle track and an elevated 5' sidewalk adjacent to the cycle track. b. Recent Actions: • Field survey is complete. c. Upcoming Activities: • Design is scheduled to begin in the second quarter of 2021. 17) PAVEMENT MAINTENANCE / OVERLAYS a. Project Summary/Status • Allocation of $2.7 million in additional funds for pavement maintenance and overlays, to be selected based on results of a pavement inventory. b. Recent Actions: 5.1 Miles of overlays have been completed as of September 2020. $1,024,162.62 of the $2,700,00 has been spent or encumbered as of September 2020. 18) TRAFFIC SIGNAL HARDWARE / UPGRADES a. Project Summary/Status • Allocation of $1 AMillion in additional funds for the upgrade of signal controllers and equipment citywide as necessary so that all intersections are using the same hardware and software. b. Recent Actions: • 49 of 109 signal controllers have been upgraded as of September 2020. • $721,500 of the $1,400,000 has been spent or encumbered as of September 2020. Transportation Bond Program Phase 1 Projects Design Engineer Original Cost Estimate Phase 1 Current Estimate Original Phase 1 Allocation Difference Transportation Bond Fund Other Funding Project Total Ph. 1 Allocation Minus Current Est. Rupple Rd. Extension - Tanyard Dr. to Weir Rd. Crafton, Tull & Associates $ 3,000,000.00 $ 3,620,701.13 $ 326,507.00 $ 3,947,208.13 $ 3,000,000.00 $ (620,701.13) Zion Rd. Improvements McClelland Consulting $ 4,900,000.00 $ 4,798,794.27 $ 2,746,675.85 $ 7,545,470.12 $ 4,900,000.00 $ 101,205.73 15th St. /Razorback Rd. Intersection COF $ 1,100,000.00 $ 990,000.00 $ 19,743.22 $ 1,009,743.22 $ 1,100,000.00 $ 110,000.00 Shiloh Dr./ Fulbright Expressway Intersection Garver Engineers $ 860,000.00 $ 866,850.95 $ $ 866,850.95 $ 860,000.00 $ (6,850.95) Center St./ HarmonAve. Intersection McClelland $ 1,300,000.00 $ 1,300,000.00 $ $ 1,300,000.00 $ 1,300,000.00 $ - Steamboat Dr./ Dorothy Jeanne St. Connection COF $ 670,000.00 $ 465,674.04 $ $ 465,674.04 $ 670,000.00 $ 204,325.96 Midtown Corridor Olsson $ 5,536,000.00 $ 3,607,799.03 $ 2,100,000.00 $ 5,707,799.03 $ 3,436,000.00 $ (171,799.03) Sain St. Extension Burns & McDonnell $ 6,600,000.00 $ 1,114,420.68 $ 4,610,040.00 $ 5,724,460.68 $ 1,320,000.00 $ 205,579.32 Centennial Park Entrance Drive C.E.I. $ 1,000,000.00 $ 882,354.21 $ $ 882,354.21 $ 1,000,000.00 $ 117,645.79 College Ave/S. School Ave Corridor Projects $ 14,200,000.00 $ 4,700,000.00 $ $ 4,700,000.00 $ 4,700,000.00 $ Maple St. Improvements Olsson $ 4,000,000.00 $ 1,000,000.00 $ 4,500,000.00 $ 5,500,000.00 $ 1,000,000.00 $ Futrall/Gregg and Shiloh/Gregg RR Crossings COF $ 1,000,000.00 $ 1,500,000.00 $ $ 1,500,000.00 $ 1,000,000.00 $ (500,000.00) Downtown Sidewalk Impts (Incl. Cultural Arts Corr.) Various $ 3,000,000.00 $ 2,580,000.00 $ $ 2,580,000.00 $ 2,580,000.00 $ MLK Area Walkability Improvements Various $ 1,000,000.00 $ 852,000.00 $ $ 852,000.00 $ 852,000.00 $ Pavement Maintenance / Overlays COF $ 2,700,000.00 $ 2,700,000.00 $ $ 2,700,000.00 $ 2,700,000.00 $ Signal Hardware / Software Upgrades COF $ 1,400,000.00 $ 1,400,000.00 $ $ 1,400,000.00 $ 1,400,000.00 $ Other Signalization (4-5 Locations TBD) COF $ 1,000,000.00 $ 1,000,000.00 $ $ 1,000,000.00 $ 1,000,000.00 $ North Street and Mission Corridor Various $ 342,000.00 $ 342,000.00 $ $ 342,000.00 $ 342,000.00 $ Millsap Rd. / College Ave. Intersection Improvements $ 120,000.00 $ 120,000.00 $ $ 120,000.00 $ 120,000.00 $ Old Wire Rd. Cycle Track (Extension) COF $ 80,000.00 $ 80,000.00 $ $ 80,000.00 $ 80,000.00 $ Rolling Hills Improvements - College to Old Missouri Garver Engineers $ 350,000.00 $ 392,725.00 $ $ 392,725.00 $ 350,000.00 $ (42,725.00) Joyce Blvd. Safety Impr. (Vantage to Old Missouri) $ 125,000.00 $ 125,000.00 $ $ 125,000.00 $ 125,000.00 $ Contingency/Unallocated $ 1,599,269.69 $ 2,202,589.39 Total Phase 1 Design and Construction $ 36,037,589 $ 36,037,589-$603,319