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2022-08-09 - Agendas - FinalCITY OF FAYETTEVILLE %PF ARKANSAS MEETING AGENDA Water, Sewer, and Solid Waste Committee 9 August 2022 5:30 P.M. (Or immediately following City Council Agenda Session) This is a Virtual Meeting Committee: Council Member Teresa Turk, Council Member Sloan Scroggin, Council Member D'Andre Jones, Council Member Mike Wiederkehr Copy to: Mayor Lioneld Jordan, Paul Becker, Kara Paxton, Susan Norton, Kit Williams, Chris Brown, Alan Pugh, Terry Gulley, Peter Nierengarten, Brian Pugh, Andrea Foren, Mark Rogers, Corey Granderson, Aaron Watkins, Holly Jones, Greg Weeks, Monty Sedlak, Will Kellstrom From: Tim Nyander, Utilities Director CALL TO ORDER ROLL CALL UPDATES OLD BUSINESS: 1. Noland Facility Master Plan Update A formal selection committee was held on March 28, 2022, to select three engineering firms to interview for conducting a Facility Master Plan of the Paul R. Noland WRRF. The three firms selected were Black & Veatch, Freese & Nichols and Garver. Interviews were conducted on April 22, 2022, and Garver was selected to perform the study. The City's last Facilities Master Plan for wastewater treatment was performed in 1997 and resulted in the City's construction of the West Side Water Resource Recovery Facility, along with associated sewers to route over half of Fayetteville's wastewater to this new plant. As population continues to increase, it is pertinent to keep long range capacity planning efforts updated so that future capital financing can be considered proactively. This plan will address existing and future capacities of each unit and ancillary process at the Paul R. Noland WRRF. The total not -to -exceed engineering fee for this project is $697,000.00 and the project is estimated to take 16-months from Notice to Proceed to Final Reporting. STAFF REQUESTS THIS BE FORWARDED TO THE CITY COUNCIL FOR CONSIDERATION FOR APPROVAL 2. Design of the 48-inch West Transmission Line The City of Fayetteville owns and operates two parallel water transmission lines from Beaver Water District (BWD) in Lowell that enter from the northeast corner of the City. These lines are a 36-inch pipe installed in 1967 and a 42-inch pipe installed in 1993. BWD intends to build a western water distribution point near HWY-112 and the newly constructed Springdale Northern Bypass, HWY-612. This facility will supply a western water transmission feed to all four customer cities, helping with hydraulics, critical redundancy, and overall utility resiliency. Fayetteville's 11-mile connection to the proposed BWD facility has been identified in water master plans for many years, but the timeline was previously unknown. In 2012, the City of Fayetteville hired McClelland Consulting Engineers (MCE) to establish a preliminary alignment for a waterline along this western corridor (Res. 120-12) and begin easement acquisitions. The contract was amended in 2021 (Res. 179-21) to increase funds for appraisals and acquisition support. BWD has been notified by Springdale Water Utility (SWU) that a connection to the western corridor delivery point is desired by first-quarter 2026. BWD and SWU have begun final design for alignments and pump stations to make this project a reality. The City of Fayetteville previously desired a connection to this facility by 2030. However, there are three primary reasons this timeline should be expedited, and Fayetteville be ready to tie onto this new facility nearer to the BWD/SWU timeframe. Amendment No. 2 is proposed which will provide funds to keep the project progressing and on its critical path. Immediate next steps will include preliminary design, Section 404 permit consulting services and associated coordination with state/federal agencies, geotechnical investigations, and additional topographic surveys in the project corridor. The total not -to - exceed engineering fee for this amendment is $897,485.00. STAFF REQUESTS THIS BE FORWARDED TO THE CITY COUNCIL FOR CONSIDERATION FOR APPROVAL 3. Biosolids Drying as a Service Preparatory Work Griffin Residuals, LLC will be providing equipment and biosolids drying services pending the approval of the Drying as a Service Agreement (DaaS) at the August 16, 2022, City Council Meeting. Per the Agreement the City needs to do some preparation work at the Biosolids Management Site (BMS) before the thermal dryer can be installed by Griffin Residuals. The preparation work required before the dryer can be installed includes running new water lines, upsizing the electrical capacity, building firewalls, pouring concrete, and other improvements to the designated dryer building at the BMS. The City will purchase the materials and Jacobs will provide the labor under the existing Operations contract. The materials and labor are estimated at $346,580.00 and includes a 20% contingency of $53,320.00. BUDGET/STAFF IMPACT: The budget adjustment will move funds from the Lake Sequoyah Dredging account to the WWTP Building Improvements account to cover the costs of the preparation work. STAFF REQUESTS THIS BE FORWARDED TO THE CITY COUNCIL FOR CONSIDERATION FOR APPROVAL NEW BUSINESS: 4. Fayetteville/Springdale Water Service Boundary Change Fayetteville and Springdale each operate a water distribution system within exclusive territories as delineated in a Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) executed in 1967 by and between the Beaver Water District and its respective customer cities. The adjustment of the boundaries created by the MOU may be necessary from time to time so that each city can efficiently extend water service into areas where such service is not being provided, and the MOU contains provisions whereby the water service boundaries between two customer cities may be amended upon mutual consent of the affected cities. There are four parcels located near Albright Road and Crossover Road that are currently within the Fayetteville City Limits but are also within the Springdale Water and Sewer Service Boundary. It is requested that these parcels be taken out of the Springdale service area and placed inside the Fayetteville service area. The purpose of requesting that the service boundary be changed is to allow the owners/developers of the parcels to connect to Fayetteville Water and Sewer services because there is not adequate connectivity to Springdale utilities to allow the subject properties to be fully developed. STAFF REQUESTS THIS BE FORWARDED TO THE CITY COUNCIL FOR CONSIDERATION FOR APPROVAL 5. Eminent Domain and Easement Acquisitions Obtaining easements for water and sewer lines is one of the first steps to nearly every project. While negotiation for compensation for easements is successful in most cases, there are instances where a property owner is not interested in granting an easement to the city for any purpose. In those cases, condemnation, also referred to as eminent domain, is used to acquire the easement. Staff will present an eminent domain request on a piece of property for the future West Transmission Line. STAFF REQUESTS THIS BE FORWARDED TO THE CITY COUNCIL FOR CONSIDERATION FOR APPROVAL 6. Amending Ordinance 3696 Ordinance 3696 waives the requirements of competitive bidding for the purchase of water & sewer materials. The ordinance has not been updated in over 20 years, and some of the materials used in the water & sewer profession have changed. Additionally, the list of materials were somewhat ambiguous, so an amendment is necessary. Attached with this agenda is a marked -up ordinance indicating the changes, as well as a draft copy of the new amended ordinance. STAFF REQUESTS THIS BE FORWARDED TO THE CITY COUNCIL FOR CONSIDERATION FOR APPROVAL 7. Overview of WWTP Monthly Report June's Monthly WWTP Report PRESENTATIONS Presentation of June's Monthly WWTP Report ATTACHMENTS Garver Agreement — Facility Master Plan McClelland Agreement — West Transmission Line Dryer Make Ready Preinstallation Estimates Landfilling — Drying Comparison Springdale -Fayetteville Boundary Changes Ordinance 3696 Proposed Changes June's Monthly WWTP Report ADJOURN Next Water, Sewer, Solid Waste Committee meets on Tuesday, September 13t", 2022, at 5:30 p.m. rd AGREEMENT For PROFESSIONAL ENGINEERING SERVICES Between CITY OF FAYETTEVILLE, ARKANSAS And GARVER,LLC THIS AGREEMENT is made as of , 2022, 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 7/5/2022 3.1.1 Provide full information as to CITY OF FAYETTEVILLE's requirements for the Proj ect. 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 Proj ect. 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 7/5/2022 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 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 7/5/2022 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 7/5/2022 6.5.2.1 Not less than ten (10) calendar days written notice (delivered by certified mail, return receipt requested) of intent to terminate, and 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. 6.6 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. 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 Garver Contract — Professional Engineering Services 5 7/5/2022 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 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 Garver Contract — Professional Engineering Services 6 7/5/2022 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 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. Garver Contract — Professional Engineering Services 7 7/5/2022 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 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 Garver Contract — Professional Engineering Services 8 7/5/2022 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. Notwithstanding anything to the contrary herein, ENGINEER's proprietary, financial information is not subject to audit. 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 asserts 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 assertion, 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. 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 Garver Contract — Professional Engineering Services 9 7/5/2022 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 hi 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 damages in an amount up to the limits set forth in Section 7.8 below. 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. 7.7 Mutual Waiver 7.7.1 Notwithstanding anything in this Agreement to the contrary, neither party (including its subconsultants, agents, assignees, affiliates and vendors) shall be liable to the other for any special, consequential, indirect, punitive, exemplary or incidental damages of any kind regardless of the cause or action (including negligence of any kind or character including gross negligence). 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 E By: Mayor, Lioneld Jordan ATTEST: By: City Clerk V Senior Project Manager, Chris Buntin END OF AGREEMENT FOR PROFESSIONAL ENGINEERING SERVICES Garver Contract — Professional Engineering Services 10 7/5/2022 GARVER APPENDIX A — SCOPE OF SERVICES ENGINEER agrees to perform basic engineering services in connection with the Fayetteville Noland Water Resource Recovery Facility Master Plan (PROJECT) as hereinafter stated, in accordance with the stipulations in this agreement. In general, the scope of work includes master planning efforts for the PROJECT based on a 20-year planning horizon (2022-2043). Population projections will be based on regional planning projections. No flow transfer between the Noland WRRF drainage basin and the Westside WRRF drainage basin will be considered. The work will be focused on the liquid treatment train and the solids handling train up to dewatering. ENGINEER will review and confirm the assumptions used in the 2020 Biosolids Master Plan; however, Biosolids Master Plan update will not be included. ENGINEER shall perform basic engineering services necessary for the development of the PROJECT as follows: 1. TASK 1 — PROJECT MANAGEMENT AND QUALITY ASSURANCE ENGINEER will manage professional services to complete the PROJECT. These services will include preparation of PROJECT controls including progress reports, action items logs, decision logs, project team meetings, technical review committee workshops, schedule and cash flow projections, and invoicing. ENGINEER shall provide professional services in this Task as follows. 1.1. ENGINEER will prepare a PROJECT Work Plan, a document to be used by all participants in the PROJECT to ensure a common understanding of PROJECT goals, scope, and tasks as follows: (a) PROJECT definition (b) PROJECT resources (c) PROJECT schedule (d) PROJECT budget (e) Quality Management Plan (f) Change Management Plan (g) Communications Plan 1.2. ENGINEER will plan and participate in a PROJECT start-up meeting with OWNER to confirm PROJECT scope, personnel, lines of communication, security protocols, change management, and schedule. 1.3. ENGINEER will conduct a Project Quality Management (PQM) meeting with OWNER. The PQM meeting is a facilitated session where key stakeholders participate in a consensus - building exercise to confirm the PROJECT goals, background (including but not limited to site constraints), and define the critical success factors; the processes, activities, and tasks needed to achieve success of the PROJECT and assign responsibilities for carrying out the tasks. This meeting will be combined with the PROJECT start-up meeting. 1.4. ENGINEER will furnish OWNER, when requested, the engineering data and graphics necessary for applications for routine permits, submittals, and approvals required by local, state, and federal authorities, and assist OWNER in consultations with appropriate authorities. ENGINEER will coordinate and meet with applicable regulatory agencies, which may include but are not limited to the Arkansas Department of Environmental Quality (ADEQ). Appendix A - Scope of Services 1 of 12 20W01162 Fayetteville Noland WRRF Master Plan GARVER 1.5. ENGINEER will develop a schedule for the PROJECT, which will be periodically updated throughout completion of the PROJECT. 1.6. ENGINEER will prepare monthly invoices. TASK 2 — WASTEWATER CHARACTERISTICS AND LOADING ASSESSMENT AND HISTORICAL DATA REVIEW 2.1. ENGINEER will work with the Owner to develop a baseline average day flow projection range based on population projections for the Noland WRRF service area. In addition, ENGINEER will review the peak flows determined in the December 2021 Wastewater Master Plan Update. The ENGINEER will not perform any wastewater flow monitoring. 2.2. ENGINEER will develop a sampling protocol memorandum for intermediate process sampling at the facility. Sampling and testing will be conducted by OWNER and results provided to ENGINEER. Required testing, outside the Owner's laboratory capabilities, will be provided by an outside laboratory. The ENGINEER will coordinate and pay for any outside laboratory testing and will invoice the CITY OF FAYETTEVILLE as a direct expense outside the contract amount. 2.3. Previous studies and reports will be made available for additional informational purposes only. ENGINEER will research, collect, and review data on the existing system including, but not limited to, the following: (a) Previous master plans, studies, and reports (including considerations for inflow and infiltration for peak flows and peaking factors) (b) Existing plans (c) Performance history for processes (d) Equipment maintenance records and operations and maintenance (O&M) manuals (e) Contractor submittals relevant to areas being rehabilitated (f) Other data and materials 2.4. ENGINEER will obtain existing wastewater quality characteristics and wastewater loads from OWNER, including but not limited to the following: (a) Review five years of historical data for carbonaceous biochemical oxygen demand (CBOD), ammonia nitrogen (NH3-N), total phosphorus (T-P), total suspended solids (TSS), effluent dissolved oxygen (DO), fecal coliform bacteria, and pH. This will include all recorded data and sampling locations at the plant. OWNER will furnish the data in Excel format. (b) Review five years of historical industrial flow data for biochemical oxygen demand (BOD), ammonia nitrogen (NH3-N), total phosphorus (T-P), total suspended solids (TSS), and pH. OWNER will furnish the data in Excel format. (c) Document and review non -permit related sampling events. (d) Review and determine concentrations (mg/L) and loads (lbs/day) to be used in projecting wastewater quality. 2.5. A technical memorandum (TM), Historical Data Review, will be developed by ENGINEER describing historical data review, flow and loadings, and projections. ENGINEER will submit one copy (searchable PDF format) of the draft TM, and after review will provide one final copy (PDF format) of TM to OWNER. Appendix A - Scope of Services 2 of 12 20W01162 Fayetteville Noland WRRF Master Plan GARVER 2.6 ENGINEER will conduct a workshop with OWNER to review the findings from the historical data review. 3. TASK 3 — FIELD ASSESSMENTS AND VERIFICATIONS 3.1. ENGINEER will meet one time with OWNER to discuss operational considerations, staff requirements, system preferences, and prioritization of PROJECT needs. 3.2. ENGINEER will perform an overview walk-through of the facility looking for critical condition items on all features, including the SCADA system. This walk-through will consist of five individuals (project manager, electrical engineer, structural engineer, process engineer, and mechanical engineer). The review team will denote any major visual deficiencies in the facility. The walk-through will include up to one day on site. This walk-through will also include old buildings and treatment units not in service for potential repurposing at the Noland WRRF. 3.3. ENGINEER will utilize the Water Research Foundation (WRF) Sustainable Infrastructure Management Program Learning Environment (SIMPLE) Tool to provide rankings of each of the major assets and process trains. Assets will be grouped by type, service, and remaining useful life. The tool will identify the highest risk assets. The risk assessment will be utilized in project prioritization. This tool will only identify risks associated with existing assets at current capacities. Future improvements and capacities are not considered in this risk assessment. 3.4. ENGINEER will meet with OWNER staff to document current standard operating procedures for process areas of concern and to document maintenance projects or items that should be included in the CIP that may not have received a critical score based on visual observations and documented issues by staff. The OWNER will provide historical maintenance and work order database information and current/voltage analysis information to the ENGINEER. 3.5. A technical memorandum (TM), Asset Condition and Operational Assessment, will be developed by ENGINEER describing the conditions and the criticality rankings of the existing facilities and document any operational issues noted during site visits. ENGINEER will submit one copy (searchable PDF format) of the draft TM, and after review will provide one final copy (PDF format) of TM to OWNER. 3.6. ENGINEER will conduct a workshop with OWNER to review the findings from the field assessments. 4. TASK 4 — PLANNING CRITERIA SUMMARY AND MODELING 4.1. Complete a regulatory review of the National Pollutant Discharge Elimination System (NPDES) permit criteria as follows: (a) ENGINEER will coordinate with OWNER and ADEQ to identify potential future permit requirements related to the following: pH, effluent toxicity, total phosphorus, ammonia nitrogen, total nitrogen, disinfection, total chlorine residuals, fecal coliform, dissolved oxygen, pretreatment, environmental flows, contaminants of emerging concern, biosolids, chlorides, sulfates, minerals, and other parameters as appropriate. (b) ENGINEER will coordinate with OWNER and ADEQ to identify other potential regulatory requirements that could impact the master planning. 4.2. Develop a whole plant hydraulic model for the Noland WRRF. Appendix A - Scope of Services 3 of 12 20W01162 Fayetteville Noland WRRF Master Plan GARVER (a) Perform field verification of hydraulic structures. (i) Survey of critical top of concrete, invert, and other hydraulic control structure elevations, as required. This effort includes three (3) days of survey time on site. (b) Establish model assumptions including data collected from previous and current field assessments. (c) Using the model simulate design flow conditions and peak flow conditions to identify existing hydraulic areas of concern. (d) Prepare a section in the Planning Criteria Summary and Modeling TM to document hydraulic model assumptions and findings. 4.3. Develop plant process model: (a) ENGINEER will utilize a commercial process modeling software to build a complete facility model that will be the basis of subsequent biological technical evaluations. (b) ENGINEER will develop a process model for existing facilities. (c) Document process model assumptions, biological/chemical characteristics criteria used in the models, validation, and calibration using sampling data under previous tasks. (d) ENGINEER will model side -stream return flows. (e) ENGINEER will confirm ADEQ design sizing criteria. 4.4. A technical memorandum (TM), Planning Criteria Summary and Modeling, will be developed by ENGINEER and will include: (a) Loading projections (b) Speculative regulatory requirements (c) Speculative effluent quality requirements (d) Capacity evaluation (e) Plant Process Model (f) Plant Hydraulic Model ENGINEER will submit one copy (searchable PDF format) of the draft TM, and after review will provide one final copy (PDF format) of TM to OWNER. 4.5. ENGINEER will conduct a planning criteria workshop with OWNER to discuss the Planning Criteria Summary and Modeling TM and review the basis of planning criteria and modeling results. 5. TASK 5 — TECHNICAL EVALUATIONS Based on the completion of Task 2 to Task 4, ENGINEER will begin detailed system evaluations and development of alternatives for the Noland WRRF. The process and hydraulic modeling developed in Task 4 will be utilized for alternatives evaluation. ENGINEER will conduct technical evaluations for the tasks below. The evaluations will include: (a) Qualitative advantages and disadvantages (b) Potential site location (c) Process flow diagram (d) Opinion of probable construction costs (OPCC) 1) Estimates will be considered high level planning estimates with an expected range of -30% to +50% of potential construction costs. Appendix A - Scope of Services 4 of 12 20W01162 Fayetteville Noland WRRF Master Plan GARVER (e) Identification of unintended consequences (f) Up to 16 total hours for one person to accompany the OWNER staff on facility site visits to observe evaluated technologies. ENGINEER will perform the following process evaluations at the Noland WRRF. These evaluations will be based on previously established design criteria for the Noland WRRF. 5.1. Nutrient Management: (a) ENGINEER will utilize the process model developed in Task 4 to evaluate process performance of the existing system for treating projected flow and loadings. (b) ENGINEER will identify alternatives to accommodate anticipated future nutrient limits. The nutrient removal performance section of the TM will identify two (2) possible configurations to obtain nutrient removal via biological removal through basin configuration of adding zones and tankage or chemical precipitation. (c) ENGINEER will develop a cost model for treating the projected loadings including capital costs, O&M costs, and life cycle costs. The deliverable will identify the lowest cost option for achieving these limits. (d) ENGINEER will evaluate aeration requirements for biological treatment of projected loadings. ENGINEER will evaluate two (2) alternatives for additional aeration needs: mechanical aeration and diffused aeration. Potential performance capacity impacts, performance improvements, and energy savings will be reviewed. (e) ENGINEER will summarize the results in a TM section titled "Nutrient Management". 5.2. Plant Electrical Service and Standby Power Evaluation: (a) ENGINEER will review previous reports and projects related to the electrical service and standby power, and document existing system with updates as necessary. (b) ENGINEER will review the plant's primary electrical service, standby generation capacity and switchgear, and make recommendations for future expansion(s). The evaluation will include standby generation procedures and identification of options for future load -shedding and/or peak shaving operational strategies that would require additional detailed design. (c) ENGINEER will summarize the results in a TM section titled "Electrical Service and Standby Power". 5.3. Instrumentation, Controls, and SCADA Evaluation: (a) ENGINEER will assess the existing I/C and SCADA system and identify needs for new or additional controls to optimize major treatment components. (b) ENGINEER will document the existing SCADA system and provide a detailed evaluation focusing primarily on plant -wide SCADA system improvements related to process control for the treatment facility. (c) ENGINEER will summarize the results in a TM section titled "Instruments, Controls and SCADA". 5.4. Influent Pump Station Wetwell and Hydraulic Capacity Evaluation: (a) ENGINEER will evaluate influent pump station wetwells. (b) ENGINEER will evaluate the existing pumps maximum pumping capacity. Appendix A - Scope of Services 5 of 12 20W01162 Fayetteville Noland WRRF Master Plan (c) ENGINEER will complete an analysis of the existing wetwells operational level to determine if a new pump station is necessary in the future or if larger pumps can be installed to accommodate future peak flows. (d) If the remaining useful life of Pump Station 1 is less than the planning horizon, Engineer will evaluate a replacement pump station. (e) ENGINEER will make recommendations for improvements. (f) ENGINEER will summarize the results in a TM section titled "Pump Stations". 5.5. Headworks Evaluation: (a) ENGINEER will evaluate the existing screening facility. (b) Engineer will evaluate two (2) overall screening alternatives. The first alternative will include replacement of the existing manual screens by mechanical course screens. The second alternative will consist of an evaluation of up to three (3) fine screening technology to improve screening capture, simplify maintenance, and reduce impact on downstream processes. (c) ENGINEER will perform grit removal analysis and recommend enhancements. Perform field sample and determine capture rate at standard grit classification sizes. Coordinate with staff to determine if there are any current adverse effects on downstream processes as a result of grit accumulation. Grit sampling (if required) will be coordinated by ENGINEER and contracted directly with OWNER. (d) ENGINEER will make recommendations for improvements. (e) ENGINEER will summarize the results in a TM section titled "Headworks". 5.6. Solids Management Evaluation: (a) ENGINEER will develop a solids mass balance to size a solids dewatering facility for future solids loads. (b) ENGINEER will evaluate sludge storage and mixing requirements for future flow and loading conditions. ENGINEER will provide recommendations for additional sludge storage volume and mixing. (c) ENGINEER will evaluate up to three (3) dewatering technologies including Belt Filter Press, Screw Press, and Centrifuge. The comparison of alternatives will be based on a 20-year life cycle cost. (d) ENGINEER will develop a layout for a future solids handling train to include dewatering equipment, conveyors, and storage tanks as needed, including alternate locations for solids dewatering. (e) ENGINEER will summarize the results in a TM section titled "Solids Management'. 5.7. Tertiary Filtration Evaluation: (a) ENGINEER will evaluate up to three alternatives for tertiary filtration. Evaluation will consider future phosphorus limits identified in Task 4 (Planning Criteria Summary and Modeling) and be compared based on a 20-year life cycle cost. (b) ENGINEER will evaluate enhanced filtration with coagulation/flocculation process prior to filtration, including chemical storage and feed. (c) Filtration alternatives, at a minimum, will consider: retrofit of existing sand filters with new technology and new cloth media filter facility. Filter options will be provided to achieve effluent TP concentrations of 0.5 mg/L and 0.1 mg/L, respectively. (d) ENGINEER will provide layout for future filtration and flocculation process. (e) ENGINEER will summarize the results in a TM section titled "Tertiary Filtration". Appendix A - Scope of Services 6 of 12 20W01162 Fayetteville Noland WRRF Master Plan GARVER 5.8. High -Risk Technical Evaluation (a) ENGINEER will evaluate up to two (2) alternatives for the existing facilities ranked in critical condition based on the findings of the criticality ranking via WRF SIMPLE tool as a part of Task 2. 5.9. Gap Analysis: (a) ENGINEER will Identify system deficiencies and problem areas based on the Planning Criteria Summary and Modeling TM and results of other technical evaluations. Review, analyze, and evaluate the existing capacity, performance, operating characteristics, and maintenance history. (b) ENGINEER will summarize the results in a TM section titled "Gap Analysis". 5.10. ENGINEER will develop a Technical Evaluations TM describing all technical evaluations. ENGINEER will submit one copy (in bookmarked, searchable PDF format) of the draft TM. After incorporation of OWNER review comments, ENGINEER will provide one final copy (PDF format) of TMs to OWNER. 5.11 ENGINEER will conduct up to three Technical Evaluation workshops with OWNER to discuss findings and recommendations of the Technical Evaluations. Each workshop will be assumed to be up to 3 hours. 6. TASK 6—BUILDOUT FACILITY LAYOUT DEVELOPMENT 6.1. Overall Future Expansion Layout Evaluation: (a) Based on results of the Planning Criteria Summary and Modeling TM and OWNER accepted technical evaluation recommendations, ENGINEER will provide recommendations for build out of the facility to meet load and flow projections. (b) ENGINEER will review and compile technical evaluation findings and recommendations to identify overlap and mitigate unintended consequences and make corrections as necessary. (c) ENGINEER will develop a recommended process flow diagram combining the recommended alternatives from the Technical Evaluations. ENGINEER will provide recommended site layout for future expansion to buildout (2043), providing one copy in PDF format. Site layout exhibit will include underground facilities as shown on record drawings or by field verification provided by OWNER. (d) ENGINEER will include the recommended demolitions and future site electrical requirements in the future site layout. 6.2 ENGINEER will conduct a Full Buildout Plant Layout workshop with OWNER to review plant layout. 7. TASK 7 — CAPITAL IMPROVEMENTS PLANNING 7.1. Capital improvements planning will be based upon OWNER accepted technical evaluation recommendations and accepted full build out master plan. For purposes of this evaluation, detailed CIP planning will be provided for the short term. Projects identified beyond the short- term planning period necessary for the buildout plan will be documented in the Master Plan. Appendix A - Scope of Services 7 of 12 20W01162 Fayetteville Noland WRRF Master Plan GARVER 7.2. ENGINEER will evaluate the capital improvement needs for the facility and develop a project inventory of all capital improvements proposed for the planning period. ENGINEER will assign project identification numbers and project names to each identified project and document the general scope of work for each. 7.3. ENGINEER will assign triggers for each project. The prioritization of projects will be based on these triggers as determined by the decision maker stakeholder committee, which includes ENGINEER as well as others as identified by OWNER. 7.4. ENGINEER will develop budget level opinions of probable costs for the capital improvements identified on the project inventory. ENGINEER will coordinate with OWNER on the use of standard cost multipliers in development of the opinions of cost. 7.5. ENGINEER will develop O&M budget impacts for each project. A $10,000 threshold will be considered to categorize expenses paid by contract labor or CITY OF FAYETTEVILLE. 7.6. ENGINEER will generate a preliminary prioritization list for the projects. 7.7. ENGINEER will develop and provide an interactive tool capable of outlining options for the required capital improvement projects whether, rehabilitation, upgrade, and expansion for the Noland WRRF and associated infrastructure for the planning period. The tool will be capable of being updated/maintained by the OWNER. Up to ten (10) funding scenarios will be considered for the CIP development. The tool will allow the OWNER to make decisions within a dynamic and flexible framework. 7.8. ENGINEER will conduct a CIP workshop with OWNER to present the findings. 7.9. The priority year for each project listed on the project inventory will be established in the CIP workshop. The priority year represents the scheduling priority of projects to be implemented within the next ten years and for which sources of capital funding must be identified. For projects that are prioritized beyond the short-term planning period, less detailed funding schedules will be developed. ENGINEER will prepare a preliminary capital funding schedule based on the project year designations. 7.10. ENGINEER will prepare a Noland WRRF short term CIP report, which will be included as a section in the Master Plan document, with a cost -loaded timeline for preliminary engineering, detailed engineering, contract administration, construction, and inspection associated with each major planned project listed on the project inventory. The report shall, at a minimum, include: (a) Stand-alone descriptions of each of the capital improvements. (b) Probable costs that will be presented in terms of 2023 dollars. 8. TASK 8 — MASTER PLAN REPORT 8.1. ENGINEER will develop the executive summary, recommendations and conclusions, compile report, table of contents, and appendices for draft report. 8.2. ENGINEER will document short term CIP. 8.3. ENGINEER will develop and document the implementation schedule. 8.4. ENGINEER will provide three hard copies and one electronic PDF of draft report. Appendix A - Scope of Services 8 of 12 20W01162 Fayetteville Noland WRRF Master Plan 8.5. ENGINEER will conduct a draft review workshop with OWNER. 8.6. ENGINEER will incorporate review comments and complete final report. 8.7. ENGINEER will provide three hard copies and an electronic PDF, bookmarked and searchable, of final report. 8.8. ENGINEER will present Master Plan recommendations to the OWNER's Water and Sewer Committee. Prior to the presentation, the ENGINEER will provide the draft presentation to the CITY OF FAYETTEVILLE for review and comment. 9. PROJECT DELIVERABLES The following will be submitted to the Owner, or others as indicated, by ENGINEER: (a) Sampling Protocol Memorandum (b) Historical Data Review Technical Memorandum. (c) Asset Condition and Operational Assessment Technical Memorandum. (d) Planning Criteria Summary and Modeling Technical Memorandum. (e) Technical Evaluations Technical Memorandums. a. Nutrient Management b. Electrical Service and Standby Power c. Instrument, Controls and SCADA d. Pump Stations e. Headworks f. Solids Management g. Tertiary Filtration h. Gap Analysis (f) Full Buildout Plant Layout. (g) Master Plan Report. a. Short Term CIP 10. EXTRA WORK The following items are not included under this agreement but will be considered as extra work: (a) Revisions, due to changed conditions, after OWNER approval and ENGINEER completion of final documents. (b) Submittals or deliverables in addition to those listed herein. (c) Pilot testing. (d) Video inspections and/or pipeline cleaning. (e) Wastewater flow monitoring (f) Computation Fluid Dynamics (CFD) modeling. (g) Environmental Handling and Documentation, including wetlands identification or mitigation plans or other work related to environmentally or historically (culturally) significant items. (h) Risk assessments and Emergency Response Plans in accordance with America's Water Infrastructure Act. (i) Rate studies. Q) Design phase services. (k) Bidding and award services. (1) Construction phase services. (m) Operations and maintenance services. (n) Funding support. (o) Financial services. Appendix A - Scope of Services 9 of 12 20W01162 Fayetteville Noland WRRF Master Plan GARVER (p) Receiving Stream Modeling. Extra Work will be as directed by the Owner in writing for an additional fee as agreed upon by the Owner and ENGINEER. 11. SCHEDULE ENGINEER 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 Task 1 — Meeting Project Work Plan and Kickoff 15 days from start date Task 2 — Wastewater Characteristics and Loading 45 days receipt of data Task 3 — Field Assessments and Verifications 45 days from Task II review comments Task 4 — and Modeling Planning Criteria Summary 45 days from Task III review comments Task 5 — Technical Evaluations 120 days from Task IV review comments Task 6 — Buildout Plant Layout Development 60 days from Task V review comments Task 7 — Planning Capital Improvements 45 days from Task VI review comments Task 8 — Draft Master Plan Report 45 days from Task VII review comments Task 8 — Final Master Plan Report 30 days from Draft Master Plan review comments Appendix A - Scope of Services 10 of 12 20W01162 Fayetteville Noland WRRF Master Plan GARVER 12. PAYMENT The table below presents a summary of the fee amounts and fee types for this Scope of Services. WORK DESCRIPTION FEE AMOUNT FEE TYPE TASK 1 - PROJECT MANAGEMENT AND QUALITY $38,200 ASSURANCE TASK 2 — WASTEWATER CHARACTERISTICS AND LOADING ASSESSMENT AND HISTORICAL DATA $39,400 REVIEW TASK 3 — FIELD ASSESSMENTS AND VERIFICATION $61,000 HOURLY RATE + TASK 4 — PLANNING CRITERIA SUMMARY AND MODELING $107,100 EXPENSES TASK 5 — TECHNICAL EVALUATIONS $249,600 TASK 6 — BUILDOUT FACILITY LAYOUT $41,600 DEVELOPMENT TASK 7 — CAPITAL IMPROVEMENTS PLANNING $93,200 TASK 8 — MASTER PLAN REPORT $56,900 LABORATORY TESTING $10,000 DIRECT COST REIMBURSMENT TOTAL FEE $697,000 The CITY OF FAYETTEVILLE will pay the ENGINEER for Service rendered at the agreed upon rates for each classification of ENGINEER's personnel (may include contract staff classified at ENGINEER's discretion) plus reimbursable expenses including but not limited to printing, courier service, reproduction, and travel. The total amount paid to ENGINEER under this Scope of Services is estimated to be $697,000. The actual total fee may not exceed this estimate. For informational purposes, a breakdown of ENGINEER's estimated cost is included in this Exhibit B with approximate current hourly rates for each employee classification. The agreed upon rates will be increased annually with the first increase effective on or about July 1, 2023. Underruns in any phase may be used to offset overruns in another phase as long as the overall Agreement amount is not exceeded. Expenses other than salary costs that are directly attributable to performance of our Services will be billed as follows: 1. Direct cost for travel, long distance and wireless communications, outside reproduction and presentation material preparation, and mail/courier expenses. 2. Direct cost (without any markup) for subcontract/subconsultant fees and permit fees. 3. Charges similar to commercial rates for reports, plan sheets, presentation materials, etc. Appendix A - Scope of Services 11 of 12 20W01162 Fayetteville Noland WRRF Master Plan GARVER The CITY OF FAYETTEVILLE will pay ENGINEER on a monthly basis, based upon statements submitted by ENGINEER to the CITY OF FAYETTEVILLE for the scope of services described in this agreement. Payments will be prompt and in full. Additional Services (Extra Work). For work not described or included herein and for work beyond the total fee amount, a contract amendment will be required. Appendix A - Scope of Services 12 of 12 20W01162 Fayetteville Noland WRRF Master Plan /_1»:101 a]/A-3 City of Fayetteville, Arkansas Noland WRRF Master Plan All Tasks WORK TASK DESCRIPTION E-7 E-5 E-5 E-4 E-4 E-4 E-3 E-2 E-1 D-1 X-2 S-5 S-4 2-Man Crew (Survey) GARVER GARVER TOTAL $398.00 $282.00 $282.00 $234.00 $234.00 $234.00 $180.00 $145.00 $120.00 $112.00 $94.00 $181.00 $137.00 $219.00 LABOR DIRECT EXPENSES hr. hr. hr. hr. hr. hr. hr. hr. hr. hr. hr. hr. hr. hr. Basic Services Section 1. TASK (1 - Project Management and Quality Assurance) 1.1 Project Work Plan 2 8 8 $3,780 $3,780 1.2 and 1.3 Owner Startup Meeting and Project Quality Management 4 8 8 8 4 4 $7,372 $500 $7,872 1.4 Owner Data Support 4 8 12 8 8 8 16 $11,160 $1,524 $12,684 1.5 Schedule and Updates 4 8 $2,808 $2,808 1.6 Monthly Invoices 16 8 $5,616 $5,616 Quality Control Review 8 8 $5,440 $5,440 $0 $0 Subtotal - TASK (1 - Project Management and Quality Assurance) 8 16 0 0 38 44 24 12 12 16 0 0 0 0 $36,176 $2,024 1 $38,200 2. TASK (2 - Wastewater Characteristics and Loading Assessment and Historical Data Review) 2.1 Flow Projections 8 4 2 16 $4,802 $4,802 2.2 Sampling Protocol 4 2 2 $1,586 $1,586 2.3 Previous Data Collection and Review 8 4 8 2 8 $5,498 $5,498 2.4 Wastewater Characteristics 16 16 24 $10,104 $10,104 2.5 Historical Data TM 4 6 8 16 16 $7,604 $7,604 2.6 Historical Data Workshop 4 1 4 1 2 2 1 8 1 $3,852 $514 $4,366 Quality Control Review 8 8 $5,440 $5,440 $0 $0 Subtotal - TASK (2 - Wastewater Characteristics and Loading Assessment and Historical Data Review) 8 12 0 0 16 40 40 46 32 0 16 0 0 0 $38,886 $514 $39,400 3. TASK 3 - Field Assessments and Verifications 3.1 Operations Meeting 4 4 $2,064 $500 $2,564 3.2 Site Inspections 8 8 8 8 8 8 $11,568 $500 $12,068 3.3 W RF Simple Tool and Risk Assessment 4 8 $2,808 $2,808 3.4 Maintenance Meeting 4 4 4 4 4 4 8 8 $7,904 $500 $8,404 3.5 Asset Condition and Operational Assessment TM 16 16 2 8 8 16 $13,540 $13,540 3.6 Asset Condition and Operational Assessment Workshop 4 4 4 4 12 12 12 32 $14,676 $540 $15,216 Quality Control Review 8 8 8 $6,400 $6,400 $0 $0 Subtotal - TASK (3 - Field Assessments and Verifications) 8 28 32 32 26 40 32 20 48 0 16 0 0 0 $58,960 $2,040 $61,000 4. TASK 4 - Planning Criteria Summary and Modeling) 4.1 Regulatory Review and Coordination 8 8 16 12 40 $13,164 $500 $13,664 4.2 Hydraulic Model 1 1 16 16 40 1 40 1 $17,224 $17,224 4.2.a Survey Hydraulic Control Points 2 8 8 2 8 30 $10,896 $500 $11,396 4.3 Process Model 8 40 40 80 $30,032 $30,032 4.4 Planning Criteria Summary and Modeling TM 6 20 16 24 24 16 $16,828 $16,828 4.5 Planning Criteria Summary and Modeling Workshop 4 4 6 12 8 $6,588 $488 $7,076 Quality Control Review 16 16 $10,880 $10,880 $0 $0 Subtotal - TASK (4 - Planning Criteria Summary and Modeling) 16 20 0 0 1 28 90 108 156 120 0 16 2 8 30 $105,612 $1,488 $107,100 5. TASK (5 - Technical Evaluations) 5.0 Technology Site Visits 16 $4,512 $500 $5,012 5.1 Nutrient Management 24 40 60 16 $23,436 $23,436 5.2 Electrical Service and Standby Power(including load shedding and or peak shaving) 36 16 30 60 $22,854 $22,854 5.3 Instrumentation, Controls, and SCADA 24 8 30 60 $18,606 $18,606 5.4 Influent Pump Station 8 16 30 60 $16,302 $16,302 5.5 Headworks 1 8 1 12 30 60 1 $15,582 $15,582 5.6 Solids Management 8 16 24 40 $13,032 $13,032 5.7 Tertiary Filter Evaluation 24 30 12 40 1 $17,556 $17,556 5.8 High -Risk 8 8 20 30 40 40 $24,808 $24,808 5.9 Gap Analysis 4 4 24 30 30 40 $22,230 $22,230 5.10 Technical Evaluations TM's 8 8 12 16 30 30 40 60 $30,870 $30,870 5.11 Technical Evaluations Workshops, up to 3 12 4 12 24 24 24 $19,944 $1,440 $21,384 Quality Control Review 24 24 $16,320 $16,320 $0 $0 Subtotal - TASK (5-Technical Evaluations) 24 52 20 84 24 156 252 316 480 0 60 0 0 0 $246,052 $3,548 $249,600 6. TASK 6 - Buildout Facility Layout Development) 6.1 Future Expansion Layout and PFD and Utilities 4 8 4 16 30 30 40 100 $33,430 $33,430 6.2 Future Expansion Workshop 2 2 2 4 $2,220 $510 $2,730 $0 $0 Quality Control Review 8 8 $5,440 $5,440 Fayetteville Noland WRRF Master Plan 1 of 2 Garver Project No. 20W01162 APPENDIX B City of Fayetteville, Arkansas Noland WRRF Master Plan All Tasks WORK TASK DESCRIPTION E-7 E-5 E-5 E-4 E-4 E-4 E-3 E-2 E-1 D-1 X-2 S-5 S-4 2-Man Crew (Survey) GARVER GARVER TOTAL $398.00 $282.00 $282.00 $234.00 $234.00 $234.00 $180.00 $145.00 $120.00 $112.00 $94.00 $181.00 $137.00 $219.00 LABOR DIRECT EXPENSES hr. hr. hr. hr. hr. hr. hr. hr. hr. hr. hr. hr. hr. hr. $0 $0 Subtotal - TASK (6 - Buildout Facility Layout Development) 8 14 0 8 6 18 34 30 40 100 0 0 0 0 $41,090 $510 $41,600 7. TASK 7 - Capital Improvements Planning) 7.1 Summarize accepted recommendations 4 4 8 $2,616 $2,616 7.2 Evaluate needs and develop project inventory 12 16 4 40 $11,068 $11,068 7.3 Define project triggers 4 8 8 32 $7,376 $7,376 7.4 Develop budget level OPCCs for defined projects 8 8 8 8 4 60 $15,220 $15,220 7.5 Develop OM budgets for each project 8 8 4 32 $7,732 $7,732 7.6 Prioritize each project 4 4 4 8 4 24 $7,900 $7,900 7.7 Develop interactive tool 4 8 16 20 40 $13,388 $13,388 7.8 Conduct CIP Workshop 4 1 6 6 6 12 $6,456 $516 $6,972 7.9 Prepare preliminary capital funding schedule 4 8 $1,896 $1,896 7.10 Prepare 5-YR CIP Report 4 4 12 8 16 16 16 $10,408 $10,408 Quality Control Review 16 8 $8,624 $8,624 $0 $0 Subtotal - TASK (7 - Capital Improvements Planning) 16 12 12 12 14 62 86 52 272 16 16 0 0 0 $92,684 $516 $93,200 8. TASK (8 - Master Plan Report) 8.1 Develop Executive Summary, recommendations, conclusions, etc. 8 16 24 10 $11,386 $11,386 8.2 Document 5-yr CIP 1 1 4 6 2 40 $7,106 $7,106 8.3 Develop Implementation Schedule 16 12 4 $6,484 $6,484 8.4 Provide draft hard copies and PDF 4 4 $1,656 $1,000 $2,656 8.5 Draft Review Workshop 4 6 6 4 2 12 $6,386 $6,386 8.6 Incorporate Owner Comments 4 12 4 24 $6,556 $6,556 8.7 Provide final hard copies and PDF 4 4 $1,656 $1,482 $3,138 8.8 Conduct Final Presentation 4 6 8 8 12 $7,284 $7,284 Quality Control Review 12 4 $5,904 $5,904 $0 $0 $01 $0 Subtotal - TASK (8 - Master Plan Report) 12 1 12 1 0 1 0 1 28 1 54 1 74 1 22 1 88 1 0 1 0 1 0 1 0 0 $54,418 1 $2,482 1 $56,900 Subtotal - Basic Services Section 100 166 64 136 180 504 650 654 1092 132 124 2 8 30 $673,878 1 $13,122 1 $687,000 Hours Check 100 166 64 136 180 504 650 654 1092 132 124 2 8 30 673878 11514 685392 Project Totals 100 166 64 136 180 504 650 654 1092 132 124 2 8 30 1 $673,878 $13,122 1 $687,000 Project Totals (Cost) $39,800.00 $46,812.00 $18,048.00 $31,824.00 $42,120.00 $117,936.00 $117,000.00 $94,830.00 $131,040.00 $14,784.00 $11,656.00 $362.00 $1,096.00 $6,570.00 Fayetteville Noland WRRF Master Plan 2 of 2 Garver Project No . 20W01162 Amendment No. 2 to the Engineering Services Agreement for Water Transmission Line Layout and Easement Acquisition Date: WHEREAS, the CITY OF FAYETTEVILLE and McClelland Consulting Engineers, Inc. (ENGINEER) entered into an Agreement for Professional Engineering Services (AGREEMENT) on June 5, 2012; and, WHEREAS, the CITY OF FAYETTEVILLE and ENGINEER entered into Amendment No. 1 to the AGREEMENT on July 6, 2021 to perform additional services outside of the scope of the AGREEMENT; and, WHEREAS, the CITY OF FAYETTEVILLE has requested that ENGINEER perform additional services outside of the scope of the AGREEMENT and Amendment No. 1. NOW THEREFORE, the following modifications will be made to the AGREEMENT to include the additional services requested: MODIFICATIONS: 1. Section 2.2.1 — the additional scope of services is included in the attached Appendix "A-1 ". 2. Section 5.1.1 —the maximum not -to -exceed amount is increased from $649,600.00 to $1,547,085.00. Modifications to compensation are included in the attached Appendix "A-1 ". IN WITNESS WHEREOF, the parties execute this Amendment No. 2, to be effective on the date set out above. McClelland Consulting Engineers, Inc p 1� Nicholas R. Batker, P.E. Senior Associate City of Fayetteville, Arkansas C• Mayor Lioneld Jordan APPENDIX A-1 — SCOPE OF ADDITIONAL SERVICES AMENDMENT NO. 2 TO THE ENGINEERING SERVICES AGREEMENT FOR THE WEST CORRIDOR WATER TRANSMISSION MAIN 1.0 General The ENGINEER is currently under contract with the CITY OF FAYETTEVILLE to establish a preliminary alignment corridor, prepare easement exhibits and descriptions, and assist in obtaining easements for a future 48-inch water transmission main extending from the intersection of Highway 112 and Van Asche Drive in Fayetteville to a future Beaver Water District pump station site located near the intersection of Highway 612 and Miller Road in Springdale (total distance of approximately 59,000 linear feet, or 11.2 miles). The original schedule for this project was to complete easement acquisition by December 2024, then proceed into the design and construction of the water transmission main and have it ready to be placed into operation by 2030. The CITY OF FAYETTEVILLE has recently determined that it is in their best interest to design and construct this 48-inch water transmission main as soon as practicable, with the goal of having this pipeline ready to be placed into operation when the future BWD pump station is completed, which is currently estimated to occur in the first quarter of 2026. The following scope of additional services covers the effort required by the ENGINEER to complete the preliminary design phase for the water transmission main in order to maintain this new schedule. The final design phase and services during construction will be addressed through future amendments to this contract. 2.0 Scope of Additional Services 2.1 Project Management and Coordination The ENGINEER will conduct progress meetings with the CITY OF FAYETTEVILLE. At this time, it is assumed that progress meetings will be held biweekly; however, the ENGINEER is available to meet more frequently if required. In addition, the ENGINEER will attend up to three (3) Water & Sewer Committee Meetings and up to three (3) meetings with other stakeholders (such as BWD, SWU, ARDOT, etc.) at the request of the CITY OF FAYETTEVILLE. Finally, the ENGINEER will prepare monthly progress reports and schedule updates concurrent with invoice submittals to the CITY OF FAYETTEVILLE. 2.2 Topographic Surveys The ENGINEER performed topographic surveys within the original project corridor limits in the 2013-2014 timeframe. Since that time, the following changes have occurred in the corridor which will require new topographic surveys: Changes in alignment due to property owner concerns, potential design concerns, and/or land use changes; and Changes in existing grades along the original alignment corridor due to construction of adjacent developments and/or roadways/highways. Exhibit A depicts these general locations requiring new topographic surveys. The anticipated total survey area is approximately 5.0 miles, or approximately 30.3 acres assuming a 50-foot wide surveyed corridor. Appendix A-1 — Scope of Additional Services — West Corridor Water Transmission Main — Amendment No. 2 Page 1 of 8 8/2/2022 The topographic surveys will typically include the following details listed below: • Street curb lines, asphalt edges, crown, and striping; • Parking areas, light -poles, and bollards; • Buildings, sheds, and finish floor elevations; • Utility fixtures and structures; • Underground utility lines as marked by utility location services; • Drainage ditches, pipes and structures; • Fences and gates; • Land corners and property markers; and • Other features as may be visible from ground observation. The ENGINEER will send out property owner notifications prior to beginning field work (letter via USMAIL or doorhangers) to alert landowners that surveyors will be in the area. Project control points used to complete the topographic survey will be shown for future use during construction. The ENGINEER will contact Arkansas 811 and wait the allotted 48 hours prior to beginning the survey to allow time to have utilities field located. The ENGINEER will not be responsible for utilities not field located by a public/private utility location service or by specific utility providers. 2.3 Section 404 Consulting Services The ENGINEER will subcontract Section 404 consulting services to FTN Associates Ltd. Following is a detailed scope of work for this item. 2.3.1 Review of Background Information This task will identify and review site -specific background information pertinent to the Project site, including: • Site specific information obtained from US Army Corps of Engineers (USACE); • Soil Conservation Service's Soil Survey for Benton County, Arkansas and Soil Survey for Washington County, Arkansas; • Natural Resources Conservation Service (NRCS) hydric soils list for Benton and Washington Counties, Arkansas; • Appropriate USGS topographic quadrangle maps; • USACE file materials relating to adjacent properties, if any, that might provide useful information specific to this project; and • Site -specific materials provided by the Client regarding the subject property. 2.3.2 Delineation of Section 404 Wetlands and Other Waters This task will include onsite field investigations to identify boundaries and extent of wetlands and other waters of the US having potential USACE jurisdiction under Section 404 of the Clean Water Act at the project site. Wetland boundaries will be placed on a topographic base map suitable for USACE submittal and wetland acreage will be determined. The methods used in conducting the delineation will follow the 1987 Corps of Engineers Wetlands Delineation Manual and the Regional Supplement to the Corps of Engineers Wetland Delineation Manual: Eastern Mountains and Piedmont Region (Version 2.0), i.e., detailed observations will be made on vegetation, hydrology, and soils. This task includes written documentation of the findings, which will Appendix A-1 — Scope of Additional Services — West Corridor Water Transmission Main — Amendment No. 2 Page 2 of 8 8/2/2022 be submitted to the CITY OF FAYETTEVILLE. The documentation will include a completed USACE wetland field data form for each data collection point; maps showing boundaries of potential Section 404 wetlands and locations and extent of other waters of the US under potential USACE jurisdiction; expository text that characterizes the nature of potentially USACE regulated tributary and drainage channels, in addition to wetland/non-wetland areas; and representative photos of project site features. An electronic copy (hard copy available upon request) of the delineation report will be submitted to the CITY OF FAYETTEVILLE. 2.3.3 Nationwide Permit Preparation Based on current expectations regarding site impacts (which cannot be fully determined until the delineation is completed), it is assumed that this project can be permitted under a Section 404 Nationwide Permit (NWP). If impacts are such that an Individual Permit is required, activities associated with individual permitting can be performed as Additional Services. A request for project authorization under Section 404 of the CWA via an appropriate NWP will be prepared and submitted to the USACE. Impact calculations will be based on the Section 404 delineation completed in Task 2.2.2. A copy of that delineation report will be submitted to the USACE as part of the NWP submittal. 2.3.4 NWP USACE Coordination Routine coordination with USACE will be conducted, which includes periodic phone call and email coordination to respond to USACE questions that may arise and to request project updates. In the event that USACE coordination exceeds that of normal Section 404 processing, additional coordination (include site visits requested by USACE) will be considered Additional Services. 2.4 GeotechnicalInvestigation The ENGINEER will conduct a detailed geotechnical investigation along the project alignment. Following is a detailed scope of work for this item. 2.4.1 Geotechnical Exploration and Field Services The geotechnical exploration will consist of up to 81 borings, with preliminary locations depicted on Exhibit B. The proposed boring locations are strategically placed across the project alignment and at significant crossing locations in an effort to provide sufficient subsurface information for the design of the proposed 48-inch water transmission main. Borings located at roadway and creek crossings (29 total) have planned target depths of 20 feet below existing surface elevations, while borings at all other locations (52 total) have planned target depths of 15 feet below existing surface elevations. It should be noted that boring locations are subject to field adjustments once local utilities are identified. Borings will be conducted with a Diedrich D-50 Turbo track -mounted drill rig and a CME-45B truck -mounted drill rig, each equipped with an automatic hammer. The rigs will utilize auger drilling techniques to advance the borings to their respective target depths or until materials resulting in auger refusal are Appendix A-1 — Scope of Additional Services — West Corridor Water Transmission Main — Amendment No. 2 Page 3 of 8 8/2/2022 encountered; whichever is less. At major road and creek crossings, rock coring will be conducted to achieve the planned target depths, should materials resulting in auger refusal be encountered prior to achieving these depths. Soil sampling will occur at approximately 3,000-foot intervals along the proposed alignment, for a total of up to 23 sampling locations. The soil sampling methods will utilize a two-inch diameter split -spoon sampler using the continuous soil sampling method by means of Standard Penetration Testing (SPT) to 10 feet and every 5 feet thereafter. Soil sampling will be conducted in general accordance with ASTM D1586 - Standard Test Method for Standard Penetration Test (SPT) and Split -Barrel Sampling of Soils. Project borings at locations where soil sampling is not currently planned will be conducted utilizing auger drilling techniques exclusively. Groundwater observations will be made at the time of drilling and prior to backfilling. Long-term groundwater monitoring is not included in this scope of services. The boreholes will be backfilled the same day they are drilled following best practice guidelines. The ENGINEER will make every reasonable effort to minimize the waste generated and the disturbance to the site. Project borings conducted in pavement areas will be patched with like -materials following completion of the boring. The ENGINEER will not be held accountable for complete site restoration including landscaping and/or grading. 2.4.2 Laboratory Testing and Analysis Laboratory analysis will be performed on the recovered samples to determine the engineering properties of the project soil strata. Laboratory testing will be conducted in accordance with the American Society for Testing and Materials (ASTM) designations. Relevant laboratory testing may include the following: • ASTM D2488 — Standard Practice for Description and Identification of Soils (Visual); • ASTM D2487 — Standard Practice for Classification of Soils for Engineering Purposes (USCS); • ASTM D2216 — Standard Test Method for Lab Determination of Water Content of Soil; • ASTM D6913 — Standard Test Method for Particle -Size Distribution of Soils Using Sieve Analysis; • ASTM D4318 — Standard Test Method for Liquid Limit, Plastic Limit, and Plasticity Index of Soils; and • ASTM D7012 — Standard Test Method for Compressive Strength and Elastic Moduli of Intact Rock Core Specimens. Additional third -party laboratory testing will be performed on recovered samples for corrosion potential, which will include testing for the following: • Soil Resistivity; • pH; • Sulfates; • Chlorides; • Sulfides; and • Redox Potential. Appendix A-1 — Scope of Additional Services — West Corridor Water Transmission Main — Amendment No. 2 Page 4 of 8 8/2/2022 2.4.3 Geotechnical Report Upon completion of Tasks 2.4.1 and 2.4.2, the ENGINEER will develop a written geotechnical report to include the following scope items: • Site Description; • Detailed Evaluation of Subsurface Conditions; • Seismic Considerations; • Lateral Earth Pressures; • Groundwater Conditions; and • In -Situ Rock Properties and Elevations. Additional items may include frost penetration depth, wet weather construction considerations, and recommended construction monitoring. The final report will be submitted to the CITY OF FAYETTEVILLE, and findings from this report will also be incorporated into the relevant preliminary design items outlined in Task 2.5. 2.5 Preliminary Design 2.5.1 Technical Memoranda The ENGINEER will prepare a technical memorandum (TM) for major items associated with the preliminary design of the 48-inch water transmission main. Individual TMs will be submitted to the CITY OF FAYETTEVILLE for review and comment as they are completed. The ENGINEER will subsequently address review comments and finalize each TM. Upon completion of all final TMs, the ENGINEER will compile them into a complete document and provide to the CITY OF FAYETTEVILLE. Following is a list of the TMs to be prepared for this project. Coffman Engineers will perform the corrosion evaluation in TM No. 5 as a subconsultant to the ENGINEER. Carollo Engineers will serve in a technical advisory and quality control/quality assurance role on all TMs prepared. • TM No. 1 — Pipe Material Selection o Evaluate pipe materials, including spiral welded steel, ductile iron pipe and prestressed concrete cylinder pipe; and o Provide recommendations on pipe material to be carried forward into final design. • TM No. 2 — Hydraulics and Preliminary Surge Analysis o Calculate anticipated operating pressures and maximum surge pressures along the project alignment; o Prepare hydraulic grade line exhibit along project alignment; o Provide preliminary recommendations on sizing and placement of combination air vacuum/air release valves and blow off valves; and o Provide preliminary recommendation on type and placement of in -line valves. • TM No. 3 — Pipe Thickness Design o Determine pipe thickness required along the project alignment based on internal pressures (TM No. 2), handling and external loading conditions; and Appendix A-1 — Scope of Additional Services — West Corridor Water Transmission Main — Amendment No. 2 Page 5 of 8 8/2/2022 o Provide recommendations on pipe thickness to be carried forward into final design, along with accompanying exhibit(s) depicting locations of thickness changes. • TM No. 4 — Pipe Coating Evaluations o Evaluate interior coating options and provide recommendations; and o Evaluate exterior coating options and provide recommendations. TM No. 5 — Corrosion Protection o Review preliminary plans, geotechnical report, and associated soil corrosivity test results; o Identify metallic foreign below grade utilities/pipelines. Perform preliminary evaluation to estimate likelihood of DC stray current interference and coordinate with foreign operator personnel to obtain necessary information; o Identify overhead high voltage transmission power line crossings and collocations. Perform preliminary risk assessment to estimate likelihood of AC stray current interference and coordinate with utility personnel to obtain necessary information; o Determine electrical continuity bonding and electrical isolation requirements; o Determine corrosion monitoring (test station) requirements; and o Evaluate the need for cathodic protection. If CP is warranted, provide description of anticipated CP system type, locations and operation/maintenance considerations. TM No. 6 — Boring/Tunneling Evaluations o Identify locations along project alignment that will require other than open cut installation methods (i.e., boring or tunneling); o Prepare exhibit(s) depicting other than open cut locations; o Evaluate boring and tunneling methods and provide recommendations for approach in final design. TM No. 7 — Utility Conflicts and Constructability o Identify potential conflicts with major utilities; o Identify potential constructability concerns, such as steep slopes, adjacent development, and other areas of concern; o Prepare exhibit(s) depicting utility conflicts and constructability concerns; and o Provide recommendations on addressing the previously identified concerns during final design. TM No. 8 — Permitting Requirements o Coordinate with local, state and federal agencies to identify potential permits required, including but not limited to ARDOT utility crossing permits, Section 404 permit, and City/County road crossing permits; o Prepare exhibit(s) depicting locations along project alignment where permits are required; and o Provide anticipated timelines for obtaining each type of permit. Appendix A-1 — Scope of Additional Services — West Corridor Water Transmission Main — Amendment No. 2 Page 6 of 8 8/2/2022 • TM No. 9 — Project Delivery Methods o Evaluate project delivery methods, including traditional (design -bid - build) and alternate methods such as Construction Manager at Risk; o Evaluate feasibility of a single construction contract versus multiple construction contracts, and prepare exhibit(s) as required to depict the separation of contracts; o Evaluate early procurement of materials; and o Provide preliminary recommendations for project delivery approach. • TM No. 10 — Opinion of Probable Construction Cost o Coordinate with suppliers on availability and cost of materials required to construction the project; o Develop anticipated contractor production/installation rates (i.e., linear feet of pipe installed per day); and o Prepare an opinion of probable construction cost, which will include a minimum 20% construction contingency. 2.5.2 Preliminary Plans The ENGINEER will prepare preliminary design plans to an approximate 30% completion level. Plan and profile sheets will be set up to a 1" = 50' horizontal scale with an appropriate vertical scale (1"=10' assumed at this time). Based on the project length and horizontal scale, it is assumed that up to 60 plan and profile sheets will be produced in this task. The preliminary plans will at a minimum include the following information: • Current aerial photography obtained from publicly available sources; • Proposed alignment and stationing; • Permanent and temporary construction easement limits; • Property boundaries, rights -of -way and ownership information; • Topographic features obtained in Task 2.2; • Utility information obtained in Task 2.2; • Wetlands and other waters of the US identified in Task 2.3; • Geotechnical bore locations obtained in Task 2.4; • Locations of other than open cut crossings; • Identification of areas of concern to be addressed during final design; • Existing ground elevations along centerline of proposed alignment; and • Preliminary locations of combination air vacuum/air release valves and blow off valves. The preliminary plans will be submitted to the CITY OF FAYETTEVILLE concurrently for review and comment. The ENGINEER will subsequently address review comments and submit final preliminary plans to the CITY OF FAYETTEVILLE. 3.0 Project Deliverables 3.1 Topographic survey of project alignment in AutoCAD format. 3.2 Wetlands Delineation Report — PDF and one (1) hard copy. 3.3 Geotechnical Report — PDF and (1) hard copy. Appendix A-1 — Scope of Additional Services — West Corridor Water Transmission Main — Amendment No. 2 Page 7 of 8 8/2/2022 3.4 Draft Technical Memoranda — PDF and one (1) hard copy of each TM. 3.5 Draft Preliminary Plans — PDF and one (1) 11x17 hard copy. 3.6 Final Technical Memoranda — PDF copy of each TM and one (1) hard copy of all compiled TMs. 3.7 Final Preliminary Plans — PDF and one (1) 11x17 hard copy. 3.8 Other electronic files as requested by the CITY OF FAYETTEVILLE. 4.0 Compensation In consideration of the performance of the foregoing services by the ENGINEER, the CITY OF FAYETTEVILLE will by to the ENGINEER compensation as follows: 4.1 Compensation will be paid to the ENGINEER on the basis of ENGINEER's standard hourly rates in effect at the time the work is performed, plus reimbursable expenses. A task hour fee breakdown is provided as Appendix A-2. ENGINEER's current rate schedule is attached hereto as Appendix A-3. 4.2 The maximum not -to -exceed for Amendment No. 2 will be $897,485.00. 4.3 The maximum not -to -exceed total contract amount is increased from $649,600.00 to $1,547,085.00 5.0 Project Schedule The ENGINEER will begin work under Amendment No. 2 immediately upon receipt of a Notice to Proceed (NTP). The overall anticipated project schedule is provided in Exhibit C. 6.0 Additional Future Services Additional future services will include, but not be limited to the following: • Final Design Plans and Details; • Contract Documents and Technical Specifications; • Additional Environmental Services, such as cultural resources surveys and threatened and endangered species evaluations; • Permitting through ARDOT and other local jurisdictions; • Bid Phase Services; and • Construction Phase Services. The scope for these future additional services will be defined by the ENGINEER and CITY OF FAYETTEVILLE prior to completion of the services under this Amendment No. 2, and will be authorized under future amendment(s) to this Agreement. Appendix A-1 — Scope of Additional Services — West Corridor Water Transmission Main — Amendment No. 2 Page 8 of 8 8/2/2022 APPENDIX A-2 City of Fayetteville - West Corridor Water Transmission Main MCCLELLAND Amendment No. 2 -Preliminary Design Personnel Hour Fee Estimate ECDNSULTING 8/1ER/2022 ENGINEERS, INC. Task Description Sr. Project Manager Project Manager Project Designer CAD/GIS Technician Reg. Land Surveyor Survey Technician Field Survey Crew Lab Tech I Lab Tech II Geotech Engineer Extended Cost Task 2.1 - Project Management and Coordination Biweekly Progress Meetings 20 total assumed 40.00 40.00 20.00 20.00 $19,600.00 Water & Sewer Committee Meetings 3 total assumed 10.00 1 10.00 1 5.00 $4,325.00 Other Stakeholder Meetings 3 total assumed 10.00 10.00 5.00 $4,325.00 Monthly Progress Reports & Schedule U dates 10 total assumed 0.00 20.00 20.00 $5 5 00.00 Subtotal Labor Hours / Fee - Task 2.11 60.00 80.00 40.00 30.00 1 0.00 1 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 1 $33,750.00 Estimated Reimbursable Expenses/Subconsultants Mileacle $200.00 Subtotal Reimbursable Expenses - Task 2.1 $200.00 Total Task 2.1 - Project Management and Coordination 60.00 80.00 40.00 30.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 $33,950.00 Task 2.2 - Topographic Surveys Establish Horizontal and Vertical Control 40.00 60.00 $15,500.00 Coordinate with Arku s 40.00 60.00 $15,500.00 MaDDina of Surface Features 360.00 $59,400.00 Drafting 20.00 160.00 $20,400.00 QA/QC 20.00 40.00 $8 800.00 Subtotal Labor Hours / Fee - Task 2.21 0.00 1 20.00 1 0.00 1 0.00 1 140.00 1 160.00 1 480.00 1 0.00 1 0.00 1 0.00 1 $119,600.00 Estimated Reimbursable Expenses/Subconsultants Utility Locates Arku s $3,000.00 Subtotal Reimbursable Expenses - Task 2.2 $3,000.00 Total Task 2.2 - Topographic Surveys 1 0.00 1 20.00 1 0.00 1 0.00 1 140.00 1 160.00 1 480.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 $122,600.00 Task 2.3 - Section 404 Consulting Services Subconsultant Coordination 5.00 $800.00 Review Delineation Report 5.00 5.00 $1,375.00 Review Section 404 NW P Application 5.00 $800.00 USACE Coordination 5.00 5.00 $1 375.00 Subtotal Labor Hours / Fee - Task 2.31 0.00 1 20.00 1 10.00 1 0.00 1 0.00 1 0.00 1 0.00 1 0.00 1 0.00 1 0.00 1 $4,350.00 Estimated Reimbursable Expenses/Subconsultants Subconsulant- FTN Associates Ltd. $18,000.00 Subtotal Reimbursable Expenses - Task 2.3 $18,000.00 Total Task 2.3 - Section 404 Consulting Servicesl 0.00 20.00 10.00 1 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 $22,350.00 Task 2.4 - Geotechnical Investigations Geotech Exploration & Field Services 340.00 $30,600.00 Lab Testing & Analysis see below $0.00 Geotech Report & Coordination 160.00 45.00 $22 975.00 Subtotal Labor Hours / Fee - Task 2.41 0.00 1 0.00 1 0.00 1 0.00 1 0.00 1 0.00 1 0.00 1 340.00 1 160.00 1 45.00 1 $53,575.00 Estimated Reimbursable Expenses/Subconsultants Equipment Mobilization/Demobilization assumed 4 truck rig mob/demob $300/EA; 8 track rig mob/demob $600/EA $6,000.00 Boring Setup 81 bores @ $40/EA $3,240.00 SPT Auger Drilling assumed 1,360 LF $13/LF $17,680.00 Water -Based Rock Coring Diamond Bit assumed 290 LF @ $40/LF $11,600.00 In -House Laboratory Testing Moisture Content, Atterberg Limits, Gradation, Comp. Strength of Rock Cores $10,375.00 Third Party Laboratory Testing Soil Resistivity, H, Sulfates, Chlorides, Sulfides, Redox Potential $16,250.00 Pavement Patching assumed 9 patches $35/EA $315.00 Diamond Rock Bits assumed 6 bits $650/EA $3,900.00 Subtotal Reimbursable Expenses - Task 2.4 $69,360.00 Total Task 2.4 - Geotechnical Investigations 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 1 0.00 1 340.00 160.00 45.00 $122,935.00 Task 2.5 - Preliminary Design Technical Memoranda TM No. 1 - Pipe Material Selection 5.00 10.00 20.00 $5,025.00 TM No. 2 - Hydraulics and Prelim Sure Analysis 10.00 20.00 40.00 10.00 $11,000.00 TM No. 3 - Pipe Thickness Design 10.00 20.00 40.00 5.00 $10,525.00 TM No. 4 - Coating Evaluation 5.00 10.00 20.00 $5,025.00 TM No. 5 - Corrosion Protection 5.00 20.00 10.00 5.00 $5,950.00 TM No. 6 - Boring/Tunneling 10.00 50.00 60.00 10.00 $18,100.00 TM No. 7 - Utility Conflicts/Constructabilit 30.00 80.00 120.00 10.00 $34,300.00 TM No. 8 - Permitting Requirements 5.00 10.00 10.00 10.00 $4,825.00 TM No. 9 - Pro ect Delivery Methods 30.00 40.00 20.00 10.00 $16,400.00 TM No. 10 - Opinion of Probable Construction Cost 20.00 50.00 80.00 $21,700.00 Address City Comments on TMs 10.00 20.00 20.00 10.00 $8,700.00 QA/QC 20.00 20.00 $7,700.00 Preliminary Plans Set up Plan & Profile Sheets 0.00 20.00 180.00 240.00 $46,700.00 Incorporate Survey Data (Topographic, Boundary, Easements 0.00 20.00 120.00 160.00 $32,200.00 Incorporate Utility Information 10.00 20.00 120.00 160.00 $34,450.00 Incorporate Wetlands Information 0.00 10.00 20.00 40.00 $7,700.00 Incorporate Geotech Information 0.00 0.00 10.00 20.00 $3,050.00 Establish Alignment and Existing Ground Profile 80.00 200.00 540.00 800.00 $188,100.00 Annotate OTOC Segments, Valves, and Areas of Concern 20.00 40.00 60.00 80.00 $25,400.00 Submit Draft Prelim Plans 0.00 0.00 20.00 20.00 $4,200.00 Address Comments and Submit Final Prelim Plans 10.00 20.00 60.00 80.00 $19,950.00 QA/QC 40.00 40.00 $15400.00 Subtotal Labor Hours / Fee - Task 2.51 320.00 1 720.00 1570.00 1670.00 1 0.00 1 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 1 0.00 $526,400.00 Estimated Reimbursable Expenses/Subconsultants Mileage $500.00 Subconsultant - Coffman Engineers Corrosion Protection $14,500.00 Subconsultant - Carollo Technical Advisor/QAQC on TMs $54,250.00 Subtotal Reimbursable Expenses - Task 2.5 $69,250.00 Total Task 2.5 - Preliminary Design 1 320.00 720.00 1570.00 1670.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 1 0.00 0.00 1 0.00 $595,650.00 GRAND TOTAL AMENDMENT NO. 21 380.00 840.00 1620.00 1700.00 140.00 160.00 480.00 1 340.00 160.00 1 45.00 $897,485.00 Page 1 of 1 APPENDIX A-3 McCLELLAND NEE� CONSULTING ENGINEERS, INC. Effective 8/1/2022 McCLELLAND CONSULTING ENGINEERS, INC. *STANDARD HOURLY RATES Chief Draftsman $95 - $110 Clerical $45 - $75 Construction Observer $70 - $145 Draftsman $65 - $100 Environmental Scientist/Designer $105 - $125 Geotech Engineer $85 - $170 GIS Technician $80 - $140 HR/Payroll Admin $75-$100 Landscape Architect $90 - $170 Media Specialist $80 - $105 Principal $160 - $240 Project Accountant $70 - $155 Project Designer - Intern $50 - $60 Project Designer $80 - $140 Project Engineer $120 - $175 Project Manager $120 - $200 Registered Land Surveyor $95 - $145 Soils Lab Technician $50 - $140 Specification Writer $50 - $90 Sr. Project Manager $140 - $230 Survey (2 man or Robotic) Crew $115 - $165 Survey (3 man) Crew $135 - $195 Survey Field (1 Man or Rodman) $45 - $110 Survey GPS $75 - $130 Survey Technician $65 - $95 Water Lab Supervisor $70 - $120 Water Lab Tech $50 - $95 Expenses @ Cost Mileage .625/mi * Standard Hourly Rates may he adjusted annually in accordance with the normal salary review practices of McClelland Consulting Engineers. EXHIBIT A: Additional Topographic Survey Areas I�Fa,i,r_L-n 61 ® i__�� Illll,i,� II -0 / (I Wi �J If d-�o� C:arrie-Smi+ S a - — _ Springdale Spring Cr Elm Springs — — — _ l� 11 Benton Co. Water St .n- I Washington Co. a' Elm Springs 0 'LE1m=Springs-Rd� L C= J Elm Springs Ilk N k"\ I Ofo )) Tontitown ,aµe Rd� ` �� r Y� 6. 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II s° ^o Current Alignment \CJ Additional Survey Johnson O Fayetteville Required a City Limits W W Highway 11.2- 0) d N L 0 Z Fayetteville, AR Scale 1"=3,000' F \ McCLELLAND REECONSULTING Date: Project: Drawn By: aL y z August 2022 11-2184 K.E.M. _ cn ��OD Z ENGINEERS, INC ? I I I 1 11 '7T EXHIBIT B: Preliminary Geotechnical Bore Locations u Fair Ln Qa a � - n r" II II` s K Q" vi Spririb C Springdale II Elm Springs - - - �_ _ _ Benton Co. \�t Iwaer Ilt m Washington Co. Elm Springs —J o E:I:m-Springs Rd 77 y Elm Springs z p tr s z M c Tontitown 3Nf - 8 �0�y�"�f- Falcon Rd c, v a� � �p11 Z �I I�I1n�� z LU ��y o ►� I IIII II II millsap=R.d�K 1 Scott Ln c _ V' m _ � w i a Gibbs RduL Elm S rin s = ve Golf Course-i `t z :1 C z Brush Har-Ber:Ave-C IJOg Har-Ber Ave JI eel �1Lr %(l_ L Liberty Ave cC I D U� _/ ? ��_- =, JULU ff—'.2 End �v%'� I N Sbanotto Ave � Alivia Cir d 0J�D�o O r�nor�� �� JI II �C o��-R��F °S l z�r tnrJ_cFe-T_0tttiBI_vsl_ iil�(> ---Q ___Lana_e_t_A_v_e—__ n,i=A:ve= r� - P of Aver I J� `I]� J oVV I Natalie Ave iDD. E Fletcher -Ave 3 O ra _ Ip L� II / Apple Rd I.I_...,�.. I 3 � I J Y N N C N W f o a / o J /W o 0 f ~ 7 II Kelly -Rd J J d 3 0 65 0 II 8`4 Arbor=A.cr_es Rd II w Sree\e Rd �c Ci c Legend Tontitown Washington Co. BWD Pump Station Current Alignment Preliminary Bore Locations City Limits Fayetteville, AR Scale 1"=3,000' Date: Project: Drawn By: August 2022 1 11-2184 1 K.E.M. r C O Q A:z � NI-(n George-v_e m a t v 0 � a Rd 893 Watkins m eek atG e I u Z, ELuvene Ave V) Chapman Randall Tyson y Recreational Complex co JoCJ U LL I—J �5 TF C _ 4FAm iF6 S r I'I , CA FGrera-t=S-p:ri:ngS Blvd 11 Nj Blessings Golf ;/ C v Clu j N a Of d agnolia'" 1-oogw JohnsonJM����` a, Johnson Main ur x N Johnson Fayetteville , a N � Z it mm McCLELLAND ZMEECONSULTING ENGINEERS, INC. EXHIBIT C City of Fayetteville - West Corridor Water Transmission Main Amendment No. 2 - Preliminary Design Preliminary Schedule 8/1 /2022 McCLELLAND NEE,ONSULTING awmannum ENGINEERS, INC. Project Phasemmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmm Item Cost Notes Install Electrical Service $ 150,000 Jacobs will install Scale $ 6,000 Includes shipping, 4-20 milliamp output for input to SCADA. Jacobs will install Drywall $ 1,500 Jacobs will install Drywall Hardware $ 150 Jacobs will install Cooling Tower slab $ 1,000 Jacobs will form, set rebar and finish concrete. Est. 6 CY Velocity Stack slab $ 1,000 Jacobs will form, set rebar and finish concrete. Est. 6 CY Concrete Delivery from APAC $ 600 Might be 2x $150 if they cannot fit 12 CY on a roller truck Barrier Blocks- 50 blocks at $60 per $ 3,000 Jacobs will install Metal- Framing for Drywall $ 1,000 Jacobs will install Estimate for electric gear boxes and motors $ 75,000 Jacobs will install Lumber- framing above divider wall $ 500 Jacobs will install. Use existing polycarbonate for barrier. Machine Skate Rental 1 week $ 350 Natural Gas Installation $ 6,000 In -House Water & Sewer Installations $ 20,500 Subtotal $ 266,600 Contingency (20%) $ 53,320 Estimated Taxes (10%) $ 26,660 Total $ 346,580 Cost Comparison Between Landfill Disposal and Drying as a Service Landfilling Loads To Wet Tons Landfill Noe Total From Dry Tons Percentag Dryer Landfill Tip Tipping Hauling Cost Per Monthly Year Month Presses From Reduced Estimate Fee $/ton Cost $296 Ton Land To solar Solar 23 47 6S/Ton per Load s Co,,g Houses tons/load 2022 January 1,932 1,537 20% 67 $ 73,238 $ 47.65 $ 19,781 $ 60.52 $ 93,01! 2022 February 1,779 1,346 24% 59 $ 64,137 $ 47.65 $ 17,322 $ 60.52 $ 81,45! 2022 March 2,277 1,879 17% 82 $ 89,534 $ 47.65 $ 24,182 $ 60.52 $ 113,711 2022 lApril 1 2,429 1 1,763 1 27% 1 77 1 $ 84,007 1$ 47.65 1$ 22,689 1 $ 60.52 1 $ 106,691 City Contract Started With Waste Management 43.91/Ton 248% 7 7566 $ 0 2022 IMay I 2,409 I 173 2022 Dune 1,056 1 6 9 43 3.91 3, 159 6 Wet Tons Avg Revenue Difference From .,Tons Temporary Monthly Monthly Monthly Sold Per From Total Difference Year Month Presses From Dryer Fee Drying Tons Adjusted Cost To Solar Solar $65/Ton Cost Produced To Fertilizer of Drying Monthly Won Houses for Resale Produced cost i" 1111-O i• •ar. r�. - ' I iIi - I- --1�-- -i- 4 6��• �- 1 -_ 11 _w � � ; _ ---� c A- R_.C. �?•`� - ZI 'I' •� TTr i'd�7}•s • i � I •�i-S.. •O�s. r' L� ' c I I [rI 404;e t It Proposed SWU Boundary Adjustment 6 I__ jn t r Try § �----- -r-- a 1� RALSTN LN o— ' � li - I- — � • i U: I Z i r I I I - I I it �1 V , �Current`SWu li \_ Customer - !2661 O \ I �' ,• O 1 I I A 1I� Requested I � I I W \\Pya-i�ce�ls. _k..y z P' f a E�HIG1H MEADOWS DR°i O \ \�_J� Z _ OZ � O!---- ----- —�al ? of o E •EYSTO NE � O DR i W, • zI 2 E LADELL p� _j • _ - �j�4T j E HEARTHSTONE DR ® _ la■n■4ia■w■■■ o ror,-, vniiaiiiiiii■ioii■� , Tor.-• nawoon000ME 0 F n■a, �. :anrr�:aono■ooa. .� I oo. arrrai ...•aa■saaooaoon 1� ■■■o rwor ar■0000000M . .a■anal rral Ji'L]■F[iaaaaaaaao aaaaaar�3akaar T"!na■w■aaaaaaal .■■MO& 1r!■,.YJfi'•raWAS!la■aaaaa4 Ih 1l00 ■■■■■■■■■■■a MINE a�L NONE a■■a■■a■■a■■a■.a■ Y MM I,■.■■..■■aa .......... ua■u■ua 1 r u r na■uu■rnl F� }- w :, -� Fauaar�.ws,0000aaa000eT iraffiLaar� _aooaoaa0000�c '�anwo■aa�000000aoor ��.....iivauAii A ;n■i-sv00000000aa ;r s�i.'lwYoaoa■aooL■000 t ■k'�a ■Nrilaaala■oa■■■a■■■■■■■ ■ ■n Ymommmall MEN IN Mi �a4aaaa\aaaoaaaaaaaaaaaa� arau■u■uuMuuMun OR - s _ ■■an■afF■aoo 1' 1 aoow �aoo -� • -Cu l�ii■a�ii - '� • . aaai��i iiFayett00 ---i _ as UuSt■r.. ar00000■r -44 did Y i -'.i' � 1 do ■L-------------- + ' "Ok JL - - EXHIBIT I -qj �4, .� anumns cn�m� cnm� a � - eN _...^-._.,__.,a.."`"'"`-•__ .._.I �. was^^,� n,�,w.., Joh son a:a�ssrsa� o..�sssa"s::ass'u s wm ..., ..._.... "_ ... s.:�:� c�tiu �m .:-:�. -e,g »- ���::•s�•.® orr: :',ass.,, �-m..,.,,.„,,...»,« �.�a:�::'a°.a;aa.:�s. �•r._W«.fi¢,a`Mat�� ... ..�a.,��.... e....���,.e.,... -.,._..... v m ®o vw. - ._. ........,.., yrcrm� Faye Neville CASE HISTORY WEST TRANSMISSION MAIN Tracts 52 & 53 MHOON FAMILY TRUST 4/16/2017 Appraisal by Reed & Associates received. 5/1/2017 Offer packet mailed including offer letter ($47,600.00), proposed easement, and exhibit and appraisal summary sheet. (Tract 52 requires 50,792sf, Tract 53 requires 66,523sf) 4/5/2018 Reminder letter sent 9/30/2020 Owner requested through appraiser that easement be altered to allow for trees that had been planted along existing fence within setback. See email. (Mhoon. Realignment) 10/19/2020 Updated appraisal by Reed & Associates received. Update offer mailed based on updated and revised appraisal ($88,000) along with proposed easement, exhibit and appraisal summary (Tract 52 requires 71,121 sf, Tract 53 requires 66,523sf). The easement was adjusted to avoid trees. 11/2/2020 The realtor that met with the appraiser was emailed regarding the offer since no contact had been made. In that email, I misspoke and called it a 36-inch waterline, and he responded that they had the packet and they'd discuss. There was no further response. 4/20/2021 The realtor was emailed once again. I offered to meet them, email them the appraisal and again, there was no response. (See Mhoon.Realtor) 3/15/2022 Reminder letter was mailed to the Mhoon Family Trust letting them know that on April 7, I'd be handing these tracts over to the City Attorney for approval. 7/28/2022 Notification Letter to Mhoon Family and I have enclosed the condemnation brochure and the entire offer packet and informed them of Council date. There have been several calls to several different numbers over the years. If I could find a Linda Mhoon phone number listed, I called it and left a message. Sometimes, I just called a random Mhoon and asked if they knew Linda and to have her call me. I have never spoken to anyone regarding this tract. The closest I have come is the email exchanges with Joe Frame, their realtor. There has been no contact as of this date regarding the Notification letter. It states that this tract will go to the City Attorney's office to be presented at Council on September 6 for approval for resolution to condemnation. This will give us an eventual order of Possession and hopefully, a starting point for negotiations with this family without going to court. ORDINANCE NO.3696 AN ORDINANCE WAIVING THE REQUIREMENTS OF COMPETITIVE BIDDING FOR THE PURCHASE OF DUCTILE IRON PIPE, PLASTIC PIPE CAST IRON, PIPE, DUCTILE IRON, CLAY AND PLASTIC PIPE FITTINGS, DUCTILE IRON PIPE AND FITTING-C, cn1�=, WATER METERS, WATER METER FITTINGS AND WATER METER END POINTS, CLAY DID�D FIRE HYDRANTS AND FIRE HYDRANT FITTINGS, CONCRETE MANHOLES, MANHOLE RINGS, RISERS, FRAMES AND COVERS, STAINLESS STEEL, COPPER AND BRASS HARDWARE RELATED TO FITTINGS AND CEMENTITIOUS REPAIR COATINGS FOR THE CITY OF FAYETTEVILLE. BE IT ORDAINED BY THE CITY COUNCIL OF THE CITY OF FAYETTEVILLE, ARKANSAS: Section 1. That the Council hereby waives the requirements of competitive bidding for the purchase of ductile iron pipe, plastic pipe cast iron, ductile iron, clay and plastic pipe fittings, water meters, water meter fittings and water meter end points, fire hydrants and fire hydrant fittings, concrete manholes, manhole rings, risers, frames and covers, stainless steel and brass hardware and fittings and cementitious repair for the Water and Sewer Department for the reason that said requirements are not feasible because manufacturers and suppliers will not confirm contract prices for a one year period and the aforesaid items are priced on very short term. Section 2. If possible, competitive quotations shall be taken before any of the aforesaid materials are purchased. Section 3. The Council hereby determines that the Water and Sewer Department of the City of Fayetteville is in immediate need of the materials enumerated in Section 1 above and will continue to need said materials on a periodic basis; that the requirements of competitive bidding for the purchase of said materisla is not feasible for the reasons stated in Section 1 above; and that the passage of this ordinance is necessary to enable the immediate and continuing purchase of said materials without undue cost to the City. Therefore, an emergency is hereby declared to exist and this ordinance being necessary for the public welfare shall be in full force and effect from and after its passage and approval. .;acobs Fayetteville Client Monthly Report for June 2022 July 20, 2022 City of Fayetteville CITY OF WA FAYETTEVILLE ARKANSAS Jacobs Fayetteville Client Monthly Report for June 2022 Jacobs Contents ExecutiveSummary..................................................................................................................................................2 1. Plant Operations.........................................................................................................................................3 1.1 Process Control........................................................................................................................................................... 3 1.2 Biosolids Process........................................................................................................................................................3 1.3 Compliance.................................................................................................................................................................. 3 1.4 Successes...................................................................................................................................................................... 3 1.5 Issues/Resolutions.................................................................................................................................................... 4 1.6 Revenue.........................................................................................................................................................................4 Table 1-1: Revenue generated from the BMS...............................................................................................................4 Figure 1-1: Revenue generated from the BMS via hay, fertilizer, and WTR.......................................................5 2. Maintenance................................................................................................................................................6 2.1 West Side....................................................................................................................................................................... 6 2.2 Noland............................................................................................................................................................................7 2.3 Lift Stations..................................................................................................................................................................8 2.4 BMS Maintenance......................................................................................................................................................9 2.5 Key Performance Indicators/Measures.............................................................................................................9 Figure 2-1: Labor Hours by Work Order Type................................................................................................................9 Figure2-2: Work Order Count by Type.......................................................................................................................... 10 2.6 Capital Improvement Projects(CIP)................................................................................................................ 10 3. Laboratory/Industrial Pretreatment...................................................................................................11 Table 3-1: Revenue generated from the Industrial Pretreatment Program(IPP)........................................ 12 Figure 3-1: IPP revenue total from surcharges, fees, and fines........................................................................... 12 Figure 3-2: Loads of hauled waste -by hauler and cumulative loads per month .......................................... 12 4. Woolsey Wet Prairie................................................................................................................................13 5. Community Outreach.............................................................................................................................14 6. Sustainability............................................................................................................................................15 7. Health & Safety/Training.......................................................................................................................16 Appendix A. Additional Information.................................................................................................................17 A.1 Effluent & Influent Data....................................................................................................................................... 17 A.2 White River Effluent Characteristics................................................................................................................ 17 Jacobs — Fayetteville Project Jacobs Fayetteville Client Monthly Report for June 2022 Jacobs Executive Summary The budget performance for June has begun to move back to a on -budget status. At this time the non -labor costs are balanced by labor savings. The project is currently forecast to be $(22,324) under budget. Budget Performance N JANUARY FEBRUARY MARCH APRIL MAY JUNE V $208,647 $186,715 $177,033 $130,732 1 $98,426 $55,136 $(17,464) — $21,341 $31,775 $(34,089) $(51,553) $(51,532) 0 $(72,873) $(98,957) ■ Labor Non -Labor Budget - Over (Under) ■ $(199,357) $(22,324) Jacobs — Fayetteville Project 2 Jacobs Fayetteville Client Monthly Report for June 2022 Jacobs 1. Plant Operations The Noland and West Side Water Resource Recovery Facilities (WRRF's) effluent discharges were 100% in compliance with the National Pollutant Discharge Elimination System (NPDES) permit. Details of effluent quality and influent loadings are shown in Appendix A. 1.1 Process Control Noland During the month of June, Noland entered the period of its most stringent permit limits. MLSS (mixed liquor suspended solids) concentrations and detention times were tightly controlled to achieve full treatment and produce quality effluent. Effective management of the biosolids inventory allowed Noland to handle secondary treatment with a single clarifier, reducing energy use, as well as wear -and -tear on equipment that was taken offline. West Side West Side experienced a total of 3.1 inches of rain. Elevated influent flows peaked at 19.52 million gallons on the 19th. 1.2 Biosolids Process During the month of June, the WRRF's produced 1,790 wet tons of biosolids. No belt filter pressed bio-solids were sent to the landfill. All 1,790 wet tons produced were spread into the solar houses and partially dried before being disposed of at the landfill. A total of 1,056 tons of partially dried biosolids were sent to the landfill. This computes to 734 tons of water removed from the material before disposal. By partially drying biosolids before hauling to the landfill, it is estimated that $35,371 was saved in tipping fees. The total cost in tipping fees for June was $50,872. 1.3 Compliance An increase in Noland White River effluent CBOD (carbonaceous biochemical oxygen demand) was closely monitored throughout the month. This was due to a major algae bloom in the effluent storage pond. Operations began optimizing ozone for proper disinfection while processing flow from the effluent pond. This led to a reduction in the effluent CBOD and permit compliance was fully achieved. 1.4 Successes Noland began its first month of seasonal load shedding using the on -site generator. Precise load shedding decreases the facility's demand upon the municipal electrical grid. Load shedding was in effect during 11 days of the month, for a total of 59 hours and 16 minutes. The BMS has continued to accept all water -treatment residuals produced by Beaver Water District. These residuals are evenly applied across all application zones. For the second month in a row, Jacobs — Fayetteville Project Jacobs Fayetteville Client Monthly Report for June 2022 ,jacobs well over 900 tons of WTR were applied to permitted areas. The income generated from land applying water treatment residuals for the month is approximately $31,000. The BMS has successfully established an additional Class A CDL driver. The laudable team member passed the state issued driving tests on his first attempt. We now have two full-time drivers and two operators with CDL's that will be available to fill in when necessary. A second operator is training for the CDL and will test to obtain the license in July. The clear and hot forecasts that mid -summer normally brings came early in June. The effects of the summer heat were shown in the drying results. The BMS team was able to dry all incoming solids by approximately 41 %. This is the highest percentage of solids dried before disposal since December of 2021. The first cutting of hay was completed in the beginning of June. All hay harvested in June has either been sold or pre -ordered by a customer. Prices for hay range between $55 and $100 per ton. The lower priced hay was harvested from areas with known weed forages that are not desirable as feed. Sales increased significantly in June and are expected to escalate in the coming months. 1.5 Issues/Resolutions The WTR spreader equipment on truck 768 failed during application in the middle of the month. It is believed that the drive chain for one of the spinners broke while in motion which caused the spinner to fall approximately 2 inches out of the gear box. In doing so, the bearing underneath the spinner broke. The drive chain is not linked to an auto tube pump like the drive chain for the feed augers. After determining the cause of the failure, parts were ordered, and the equipment is waiting repair. The spreader trailer will be used for WTR application until repairs are completed. 1.6 Revenue Table 1-1: Revenue generated from the BMS Product Hay Fertilizer Water Treatment Residuals Tons Sold/Received Revenue Generated 243 $20,068 0 $0 933 $31,074 Jacobs — Fayetteville Project Jacobs Fayetteville Client Monthly Report for June 2022 ,jacobs Figure 1-1: Revenue generated from the BMS via hay, fertilizer, and WTR Revenue Generated Biosolids Management Site $160,000 $140,000 $120,000 $100,000 $80,000 �f $60,000 $40,000 $20,000 O Monthly 2021 O Monthly 2022 Cumulative 2022 Jacobs — Fayetteville Project 5 Jacobs Fayetteville Client Monthly Report for June 2022 Jacobs 2. Maintenance 2.1 West Side West Side buildings received more upgrades to lighting with the installation of LED light fixtures. Light Emitting Diode fixtures are a highly energy -efficient lighting technology with the potential to use 75% less energy and last up to 25 times longer than incandescent lighting. The removal of dried sediment from the anoxic and oxic chambers of the basin of bio unit 03 was completed with the elimination of one truck load of sediment. A portable pump will be set up to fill the bio unit with partially treated effluent. Biological Unit 03 Sediment Removal Jacobs - Fayetteville Project Jacobs Fayetteville Client Monthly Report for June 2022 Jacobs During the construction of the Rupple Road Lift station force main at the West Side facility, the contractor accidentally backed a piece of equipment into the light pole causing irreparable damage to the pole. The maintenance team quoted the items to be replaced and sent material and labor costs to the contractor for replacement. The maintenance team removed the damaged Light pole and successfully installed the new one. 0. West Side Light Pole Damaged A Light pole at West Side is damaged by a contractor during work on the Rupple Road lift station force main 2.2 Noland The team continues to power wash the Noland facility to prevent corrosion and delamination of the basins and other concrete structures. Power washing helps prevent corrosion and delamination of concrete structures Jacobs - Fayetteville Project 7 Jacobs Fayetteville Client Monthly Report for June 2022 ,jacobs Process return pump 03 and motor were removed in preparation for the installation of a new pump and motor. The motor control panel will be upgraded in July for a new variable frequency drive. Pump and motor were removed in preparation for the installation of new equipment 2.3 Lift Stations The electrical team installed the new AMT Pro Artesis® analyzer ports in five of the seven pump panels. The new ports will allow maintenance staff to perform the electrical test more efficiently and safely. The original procedure required two people per the 70E NFPA to open the panel for installation of the testing equipment. The new ports provide conditions to conduct safer and more efficient testing procedures Jacobs Anesis ki Jacobs - Fayetteville Project Jacobs Fayetteville Client Monthly Report for June 2022 ,jacobs The control panel at lift station 56 was overheating causing alarms and possible damage to the electrical components. The team evaluated the cabinet and installed an axial fan and louver system to evacuate the hot air from the panel. 1 An axial fan and louver system were installed to address overheating Z/ 2.4 BMS Maintenance BMS and maintenance provided expert guidance in discussions regarding dryer installation needs. 2.5 Key Performance Indicators/Measures Figure 2-1: Labor Hours by Work Order Type 72.00, 0 ❑ 534.96, 0 ❑ 0.00, 0 107.38, 0 ❑ 101.45, 0 administrative MI ❑ corrective maintenance emergency ❑ corrective maintenance non emergency ❑ corrective maintenance from pm/pdm ❑ 637.30, 0 ❑ preventive maintenance project ❑ safety Jacobs — Fayetteville Project Jacobs Fayetteville Client Monthly Report for June 2022 administrative ❑ corrective maintenance emergency ❑ corrective maintenance non emergency ❑ corrective maintenance from pm/pdm ❑ preventive maintenance project Figure 2-2: Work Order Count by Type 6, 0% ❑ 0, 0% u l51/, yl% 2.6 Capital Improvement Projects (CIP) ,jacobs 26, 2%❑ 6, 0% 7 86, 5% ❑ 37, 2% The Water and Sewer Committee approved a proposal by Electric Motor Center to rebuild pump no. 1 at the Gregg Avenue lift station. A separate proposal to purchase 2 macerator pumps from Ovivo USA also received approval A purchase order was issued for the repair of pond return pump no.1 at the Noland facility. Jacobs — Fayetteville Project Jacobs Fayetteville Client Monthly Report for June 2022 Jacobs 3. Laboratory/Industrial Pretreatment West Side Goose Creek samples were collected to complete a Whole Effluent Toxicity (WET) Screening test as outlined in the Toxicity Reduction Evaluation (TRE) Plan. The test passed, showing no toxicity for survival or growth to the fathead minnow, Pimepholes promelas. John Byrd investigated a damaged discharge pipe at the former Superior Industries facility, now Ecotech Consumer Products. Ecotech creates alternative plastic products that repurpose everyday items and make them into new usable products. The inspection was conducted in response to a high total suspended solids (TSS) discharge. The Ecotech end -of -process discharge was sampled and has been determined to be within typical influent loadings, therefore process TSS will be required via the next permit modification. A compliance schedule will be implemented through this modification process to address the damaged discharge pipe. Written permission from ADEQ was given to continue to sample for Local Limit parameters at the end -of -process location at Ecotech. This permission was needed because of the EPA guidance regarding local limits as being sampled at the end -of -pipe location. While attending the Utilities Department and Jacob's staff meeting, John suggested using an enzyme -based degreaser, or wet -well mixer, to improve conditions at lift station 29 on Cato Springs Road. This lift station has been experiencing high levels of grease requiring extensive maintenance and cleaning procedures. Monthly surcharge and waste hauler reports were completed and sent to the city for billing. For revenue generated from the IPP, see Table 3-1, Figure 3-1, and Figure 3-2. Jacobs — Fayetteville Project Jacobs Fayetteville Client Monthly Report for June 2022 ,jacobs Table 3-1: Revenue generated from the Industrial Pretreatment Program (IPP) Revenue $68,975.88 Surcharges on May data $1,800.00 Fees from hauled waste accepted in June $0.00 Other fees paid in June $0.00 Fines assessed in June 2 TSS violations Violations on May data Figure 3-1: IPP revenue total from surcharges, fees, and fines Revenue Generated Industrial Pretreatment Program $140,000 $120,000 $100,000 $80,000 $60,000 $40,000 $20,000 F �atJ aJmet ND met met Facet P 02021 Monthly Surcharge Fees plus Hauled Waste Fees 02022 Monthly Surcharge Fees plus Hauled Waste Fees Figure 3-2: Loads of hauled waste -by hauler and cumulative loads per month Hauled Waste Summary 60 50 40 30 - 20 10 0 Wr n fl �o ,a �ot ��e o` �oJe e`e cue � O ■ 2022 APT 2021 APT ❑ 2022 BJ L 2021 BJ 2022 TOTAL ❑ 2021 TOTAL ❑ 2022 CIC Jacobs - Fayetteville Project 12 Jacobs Fayetteville Client Monthly Report for June 2022 Jacobs 4. Woolsey Wet Prairie June was an eventful month with several key vegetation management activities taking place. Early in the month Eco, Inc. facilitated the first -round of botanical surveys at Woolsey Wet Prairie. The botanical survey provides helpful feedback on locations and approximate densities of key invasive species targeted for herbicide treatment throughout the growing season. Additionally, the botanical survey assesses Woolsey's populations of plant species tracked for conservation concern by Arkansas Natural Heritage Commission (ANHC) due to their statewide rarity. Similar to last year, June IVM work was marked by a very hot spring -summer transition with June experiencing 15 days of 90-plus degree heat. In addition to high temperatures, this month was notably dry, with only 3 rain events occurring that totaled just under 2.5 inches of rainfall. If higher temperatures and reduced rainfall continue into July, the 2022 growing season could be significantly impacted by summer drought conditions. The Jacobs IVM team worked with a strong focus on highest priority species, including Sericea lespedeza, White Sweet Clover and Thistle. Follow-up evaluation of over 3,000 square feet of Narrow -leaf Cattail colonies indicate very encouraging results with dramatic colony reduction. A handful of lingering individual Narrow -leaf Cattail plants will be dispatched in July for further population control. The botanical survey did not locate any colonies of reed canary grass, Pholaris arundinacea within Woolsey's interior. Reed canary grass was successfully treated last in wetland cells W1 and W2. Last year's quick treatment responses and continued monitoring will hopefully prevent this invasive from establishing itself within or near Woolsey. Other encouraging June notes were the continued presence of wildflowers rarely documented in Woolsey. Pink Milkwort is a rare wildflower tracked for conservation concern by ANHC, and first observed at Woolsey, on an E4 prairie mound, in 2012. Several Pink Milkwort plants were again observed this year in E4, on prairie mounds just outside of Woolsey, and within the managed south bioswale area near the West Side WRRF. Flowering Compass Plant is another species that was again observed this year, following last year's flowering, which was recorded as the first in over a decade. Pink Milkwort and Compass Plant are native wildflower species that together are indicative of a healthy, high -quality prairie and wet -prairie habitat. A strong emphasis on herbicide treatments will continue into July for Sericea, Johnsongrass and Small Carpetgrass. Pink Milkwort, Woolsey E4 Prairie Mound Flowering Compass Plan[, Woolsey Wl Prairie Mound June Botanical Survey indicates the successful elimination of reed canary grass and the encouraging presence of t rarely documented wildflowers, such as Pink Milkwort and Flowering Compass Plant. Jacobs — Fayetteville Project 13 Jacobs Fayetteville Client Monthly Report for June 2022 Jacobs 5. Community Outreach Juneteenth and Pride Month provided opportunities for celebration and reflection during the holidays with family and friends. Jacobs — Fayetteville Project 14 Jacobs Fayetteville Client Monthly Report for June 2022 ,jacobs 6. Sustainability Drone imagery was taken at the Woolsey wetland area to evaluate the possibility of incorporating aerial imagery of invasive plants into GIS maps for improving management and removal. G�QC�a�DC�I� Q nC�r �gQ� Woolsey Wet Prairie SUPERIOR APPLICATION OF TRENDING TECHNOLOGY COULD POTENTIALLY ASSIST IN THE MANAGEMENT OF INVASIVE SPECIES Jacobs — Fayetteville Project is Jacobs Fayetteville Client Monthly Report for June 2022 Jacobs 7. Health & Safety/Training We continue to make great strides with health and safety compliance. The year has provided successful training opportunities and overall employee engagement with the safety team. The safety team has rotated a total of five employees for the year. While it can be difficult to place a numerical value on the safety team involvement, this year has proven to reflect the incredible efforts in the creation of ideas and the attainment of a unique perspective into hazard recognition. The current safety team has four members including Pat Cooley, Travis Patton, Donna McChristian, and Matt Benton. Members have the responsibility of conducting random area safety inspections to ensure compliance. New members are given a two -month introduction period. This time allocation is necessary for the associate to gain experience in conducting a thorough and accurate safety inspection. Pat Cooley, the newest safety team member, has quickly picked up the inspection process. He has identified several safety issues and communicated those through the proper leadership. The issues were flagged in a maintenance work order and have been quickly resolved. These beneficial findings are keeping our teams safe. In these instances, unsafe conditions can present hazards to the site employees. The safety team provides representation for each department and continues to work with the maintenance staff to get issues corrected in a prompt and efficient manner. Individual ownership and participation are essential elements for an effective safety program. The future goals of the safety committee will be discussed in the upcoming months. The committee will always look at diverse ways to supply value for the safety of the Jacobs team. John Byrd attended the Jacobs webinar IPP 13213 Industrial User Inspection and Sampling. This is the fourth part in a Back -to -Basics series reviewing the EPA's guidance manual on Industrial Pretreatment Programs. Matt Benton obtained certification at the regional OSHA 10-hour General Industry Safety and Health training held in Bixby, OK. Jacobs — Fayetteville Project Jacobs Fayetteville - Client Monthly Report for June 2022 Appendix A. Additional Information A.1 Effluent & Influent Data A.2 White River Effluent Characteristics .;acobs 2022 Monthly Average Flow (MGD) WR CBOD (mg/L) WR CBOD (lbs/d) WR TSS (mg/L) WR TSS (lbs/d) WR Phos (mg/L) WR Phos (lbs/d) WR Ammonia (mg/L) WR Ammonia (lbs/d) D.O. Avg Min (mg/L) pH Min (s.u.) pH Max (s.u.) Fecal Coliform (MPN/ 100m1) Permit Limit June 7.5 788 5.0 525 1.0 105.0 2.1 221 7.7 6.0 9.0 200 January 1 6.2 2.9 146 1.8 91 0.15 1 8.0 0.07 4 1 19.5 7.3 7.5 21 February 5.9 4.2 211 3.4 171 0.17 8.0 0.08 4 19.5 7.3 7.5 21 March 6.1 3.9 192 3.6 178 0.16 8.3 0.42 23 18.6 7.2 7.5 19 April 8.8 3.6 269 2.1 157 OAS 11.4 0.13 9 15.9 7.3 7.5 27 May 8.4 4.1 287 2.0 136 0.18 12.1 0.07 5 13.9 7.1 7.6 36 June 6.0 5.2 261 1 3.6 183 0.35 17.9 0.12 6 16.2 7.0 7.6 37 July August September October November December Average 6.9 4.0 228 2.7 153 0.19 10.9 0.15 8 17.3 7.2 7.5 27 White River Effluent Characteristics - Minerals 2022 WR TDS (mg/L) WR TDS (lbs/d) WR Sulfate (mg/L) WR Sulfate (lbs/d) WR Nitrate (mg/L) WR Nitrate (lbs/d) Permit Limit June 500 52,542 119 12,505 report report January 315 16,215 60 3,443 3 155 February 351 17,380 77 3,686 4 182 March 325 16,343 67 3,453 3 144 April 296 22,171 65 4,413 5 339 May 310 21,509 50 3,736 8 613 June 368 20,717 47 2,932 8 474 July August September October November December Average 327 19,056 61 3,611 5 318 Jacobs - Fayetteville Project Jacobs Fayetteville - Client Monthly Report for June 2022 Goose Creek Effluent Characteristics .;acobs 2022 Monthly Average Flow (MGD) GC CBOD (mg/L) GC CBOD (Lbs/d) GC TSS (mg/L) GC TSS (Lbs/d) GC Phos (mg/L) GC Phos (Lbs/d) GC Ammonia (mg/L) GC Ammonia (lbs/d) D.O. Avg Min (mg/L) pH Min (s.u.) pH Max (s.u.) Fecal Coliform (MPN/100m1) Permit Limit June 10.2 850.7 10.0 834 1.0 83.4 1.6 133.4 7.7 6.0 9.0 200 January 9.0 2.0 145.5 1.0 73 0.06 4.2 0.03 1.96 10.9 7.1 7.4 7 February 11.4 2.0 190.3 1.0 95 0.06 6.1 0.06 6.9 11.0 7.0 7.3 5 March 11.0 2.0 189.2 1.0 94 0.07 6.9 0.05 7.0 10.6 7.0 7.4 6 April 12.8 2.0 228.1 1.0 112 0.07 7.7 0.06 8.4 10.1 7.0 7.4 5 May 12.6 2.0 210.2 1.0 109 0.13 14.9 0.04 4.0 9.6 7.0 7.5 6 June 7.7 2.0 127.7 1.0 65 0.07 4.7 0.06 4.4 9.1 7.2 7.7 7 July August September October November December Average 10.7 2.0 181.9 1.0 92 0.08 7.4 0.05 5.4 10.2 7.1 7.5 6 Paul R. Noland Influent Characteristics Noland WRRF Monthly Average Flow (MGD) Hydraulic Loadings Percent of Design BOD Loading (Lbs/d) Organic Loading Percent of Design TSS Loading (Lbs/d) TSS Loading Percent of Design PO4 Loading (Lbs/d) PO4 Loading Percent of Design NH3 Loading (Lbs/d) NH3 Loading Percent of Design Designed (Annual Avg.) 12.6 29,666 23,198 765 2,250 January 5.5 44.0% 15,277 51.5% 8,140 35.1% 176 23.0% 742 33.0% February 7.2 57.3% 14,861 50.1% 9,849 42.5% 214 28.0% 936 41.6% March 7.1 56.5% 18,925 63.8% 10,512 45.3% 125 16.3% 767 34.1% April 8.9 70.5% 16,653 56.1% 11,615 50.1% 249 32.5% 1006 44.7% May 8.1 64.1% 12,877 43.4% 8,113 35.0% 190 24.8% 826 36.7% June 4.9 39.2% 13,202 44.5% 8,182 35.3% 176 23.0% 599 26.6% July August September October November December Average 7.0 55.3% 15,299 51.6% 9,402 40.5% 188 24.6% 813 36.1% Jacobs - Fayetteville Project Jacobs Fayetteville - Client Monthly Report for June 2022 West Side Influent Characteristics .;acobs West Side WRRF Monthly Average Flow (MGD) Hydraulic Loadings Percent of Design BOD Loading (lbs/d) Organic Loading Percent of Design TSS Loading (lbs/d) TSS Loading Percent of Design PO4 Loading (lbs/d) PO4 Loading Percent of Design NH3 Loading (lbs/d) NH3 Loading Percent of Design Designed (Annual Avg.) 10.0 14,595 14,595 584 1918 January 9.0 89.9% 10,385 71.2% 12,697 87.0% 182 31.1% 1,516 79.0% February 11.3 113.4% 14,687 100.6% 14,604 100.1% 201 34.5% 1,293 67.4% March 11.0 109.9% 11,456 78.5% 11,879 81.4% 168 28.8% 1,282 66.9% April 12.8 128.1% 12,021 82.4% 14,644 100.3% 154 26.4% 1,292 67.4% May 12.6 125.6% 10,734 73.5% 10,772 73.8% 223 38.3% 1,305 68.0% June 7.7 77.3% 10,377 71.1% 11,381 78.0% 170 29.0% 1,258 65.6% July August September October November December Average 10.7 107.4% 11,610 79.5% 12,663 86.8% 183 31.3% 1,324 69.0% Jacobs - Fayetteville Project 19 7 jaco S Jacobs Fayetteville - Client Monthly Report for June 2022 Labor Status Department Job Title Employee Name Fayetteville /o FTE Admin Project Manager Monty Sedlak 82.00% Admin Assistant Project Manager Sarah Garrison 100.00% Admin - Operations Operations Manager Tim Luther 100.00% Admin Environmental Specialist Jeff Hickle 100.00% Admin Health, Safety, Compliance Professional Wes Cloud 70.00% Admin Project Coordinator Brandi Miller-DeWeese 90.00% Admin Administrative Assistant Christy Taylor 100.00% Admin Administrative Assistant Kassandra Foster 100.00% BMS BMS Supervisor Peter Burrow 100.00% BMS Lead Operator John Tenberge 100.00% BMS Operator I David Dajani 100.00% BMS Equipment Operator Charlie Boger 100.00% BMS Equipment Operator Rick Witherspoon 100.00% BMS Equipment Operator Vacant 100.00% BMS Equipment Operator Vacant 100.00% BMS Operator In Training Ben Shondelmyer 100.00% BMS Operator In Training Robert Donnell 100.00% BMS Operator In Training Vacant 100.00% BMS Mechanic Mike Reed 100.00% Admin Admin-Ops Supervisor Thom Vinson 90.00% LAB Laboratory IPP Director Donna McChristian 90.00% LAB Industrial Pretreatment Coordinator John Byrd 100.00% LAB Lead Laboratory Analyst Matt Benton 100.00% LAB Laboratory Analyst Walter Chodor 100.00% Maint Maintenance Supervisor Joshua Apeman 100.00% Maint Lead Mechanic Brian Daniels 95.00% Maint Lead Electrician Tim Marr 70.00% Maint Mechanic Robert Ingram 100.00% Maint Mechanic Buddy Carter 100.00% Maint Mechanic Blake Shepherd 100.00% Maint Mechanic Michael Spohn 100.00% Maint Mechanic Rick Dollarhide 100.00% Maint Mechanic in Training Luke Haegele 100.00% Maint Mechanic in Training Jarrod Householder 100.00% Maint Mechanic in Training Caleb Wheeler 100.00% Operations Operations Supervisor Austin Ramsfield 100.00% Operations Operator II Shawn Santellanes 100.00% Operations Operator I Anthony Ramsfield 100.00% Operations Operator I Travis Patton 100.00% Operations Operator Justin Sweeney 100.00% Operations Operator In Training Tom Meunier 100.00% Operations Operator In Training Paul Goolsby 100.00% Operations Operator In Training Chandler Smothers 100.00% Operations Operator In Training Jeremy Johnson 100.00% Operations Operator In Training Brittney Doyle 100.00% Jacobs - Fayetteville Project 7 Jacobs Fayetteville - Client Monthly Report for June 2022 jaco S SCADA SCADA Supervisor Mayo Miller 100.00% SCADA Instrument & Control Tech Pat Cooley 95.00% SCADA Instrument & Control Tech Vacant 100.00% Authorized Positions = 48.0 Filled Positions = 44.0 Filled FTE's= 42.8 TEMPS Operations Engineering Intern, U of A Chris Burkhart 100.00% Admin Engineering Intern, U of A Abdullah Saim 100.00% Maint Engineering Intern, U of A Vacant 100.00% SPECIAL PROJECTS (Performed in scope) Area Reason Name Hours SCADA Maintenance Maintenance Network Upgrade Campos, Edgar 3.75 Asset Manager Support Bass, Edward Lee 0 Asset Manager Support Turley, Johnny D (JD) 2 Jacobs — Fayetteville Project 21