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2022-09-13 - Agendas - FinalCITY OF FAYETTEVILLE %PF ARKANSAS MEETING AGENDA Water, Sewer, and Solid Waste Committee 13 September 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, Jan Guy, Mike Larsen, Jason Alexander, Stan Boshart, David Gibson, Kale Farmer, Lee Beshoner From: Tim Nyander, Utilities Director CALL TO ORDER ROLL CALL UPDATES OLD BUSINESS: 1. Rate Study Chief Financial Officer Paul Becker will update the committee on the rate study. INFORMATION ONLY 2. Lake Fayetteville Spillway Evaluation The Lake Fayetteville Dam is regulated by the Dam Safety Division of the Arkansas Department of Agriculture (ADA) and is classified as an `intermediate -size, high -hazard' dam based on storage volume and downstream conditions, respectively. The City of Fayetteville Water and Sewer Division is responsible for dam maintenance, inspection, and upkeep. The ADA completed a comprehensive inspection of the dam and available reports/plans in Fall 2018. One of the key findings by ADA was that the spillway is reported to have a capacity to pass 50% of the Probable Maximum Flood (PMF), however, for an intermediate/high-hazard classification the spillway must be capable of passing 100% of the PMF. FTN Associates, Inc. was hired to perform engineering analyses on these matters. Phase One of this study is completed and provided the hydraulic and hydrologic calculations necessary to define the PMF in this watershed and demonstrated that the current spillway passes about 70% of the PMF. The Amendment No. 1 scope is now completed, consisting of a Spillway Feasibility Analysis to look at several modification options to the spillway to achieve the required 100% PMF. These alternatives will be presented to the Committee. Once an alternative is selected, an amendment can be brought to the committee at a future meeting to move forward to ADA review and concurrence followed by engineering construction document development. INFORMATION ONLY NEW BUSINESS: 3. Introduction of Jacob's Project Manager 4. Generator Replacements at South Mountain and Gulley Road Water Pump Stations The generator at the South Mountain Pump Station is more than 10 years old and has reached its useful life. This station provides water pressure to the South Mountain pressure plane, which includes the Fayetteville Country Club and the Country Club estates Area. It is critical that it stays online during a power outage. Riggs has submitted a quote for a 250kW replacement generator in the amount of $74,265.00 plus tax. The quoted price includes the Caterpillar 250kW diesel generator package with a Level 2 sound -attenuated enclosure, an Automatic transfer switch, and delivery to the pump station site with on -site start-up by Riggs. The generator at the Gulley Road Water Pump Station is more than 10 years old and has reached its useful life, and it is also undersized for the current pump configuration at this water pump station. This station provides water pressure to fill up the two 750,000 gallon Gulley water tanks and it is critical that it stays online during a power outage. Riggs has submitted a quote for a 200kW replacement generator in the amount of $55,990.00 plus tax. The quoted price includes the Caterpillar 200kW diesel generator package with a Level 2 sound -attenuated enclosure, an Automatic transfer switch, and delivery to the pump station site with on -site start-up by Riggs. Both quotes include a discount which reflects the generator pricing through the Sourcewell cooperative purchasing contract. Funds are available in the Water Storage & Pump Station Maintenance account within the Water & Sewer fund. STAFF REQUESTS THIS BE FORWARDED TO THE CITY COUNCIL FOR CONSIDERATION FOR APPROVAL 5. Sewer Main Repair Under 1-49 In 2021 City Water/Sewer Staff performed an inspection of the 48-inch gravity sewer line that extends from Gregg Avenue to Sunshine Road. Visual inspections of each manhole were conducted, and a `boat' was constructed to float down each line segment and record video. Overall, the line was in excellent shape, however, one area in the vicinity of 1-49 has experienced damage at some point during its 15-years of service. This segment of line cannot be repaired with typical excavation techniques due to its location under the Southbound HWY 112 Exit Ramp on 1-49. Staff has worked with Structural Technologies, a national leader in trenchless pipe point repairs, to develop a conceptual plan for repairs in this location. Due to the specialized nature of this repair technique, Staff recommends a bid -waiver to allow Structural Technologies to perform Investigation -Design -Build services for this expedited repair project. Project costs are being estimated and finalized at this time and will be discussed at the meeting. INFORMATION ONLY 6. Gulley Water Tank Antenna Agreement Since October 1999, Verizon has leased space on the oldest Gulley water tank for their cell antennas and associated equipment. There have been four amendments to the original lease, most of which were equipment modifications like this proposed Fifth Amendment. The Fifth Amendment outlines a new exhibit with a revised equipment list. The current equipment will only be replaced, the exhibit lists the same number of antennas, remote radio heads, and one surge protector. Verizon also has an existing equipment shelter and generator pad. No new equipment will be added. City staff required Verizon to hire a structural engineer to climb the tank and verify that the tank will support the proposed equipment, and the tank has ample capacity for the proposed equipment. The current agreement with Verizon has a 20% increase in rent per 5-year term, which is fair return for the City. STAFF REQUESTS THIS BE FORWARDED TO THE CITY COUNCIL FOR CONSIDERATION FOR APPROVAL 8. Overview of WWTP Monthly Report July's Monthly WWTP Report PRESENTATIONS Presentation of Lake Fayetteville Spillway Evaluation Presentation of Hobas Pipe Repair Presentation of July's Monthly WWTP Report ATTACHMENTS Lake Fayetteville Spillway Presentation South Mtn Water Pump Station Generator Quote Gulley Road Water Pump Station Generator Quote Hobas Pipe City Picture Gulley Tank Antenna Agreement Amendment 5 Gulley Tank Antenna Structural Inspection Letter July's Monthly WWTP Report ADJOURN Next Water, Sewer, Solid Waste Committee meets on Tuesday, October 111", 2022, at 5:30 p.m. 4 Ineltela Design Analysis ♦ Phase 1 of study determined current conditions and results. ♦ Spillway only passes about 80% of Probable Maximum Flow (PMF) Total PMF flow at the Lake Fayetteville Outlet is 29,441 cfs. Approximately 23,870 passes through the existing spillway, resulting in a Lake elevation of 1250.99. Dam crest is between 1248.99 and 1250.28. ♦ Phase 2 (Part 1): Review potential options with modeling Increasing dam height to consistent elevation; Increasing length of spillway crest; Lowering lake level prior (permanent or temporarily); or Combination of solutions above (or some not listed). ♦ Phase 2 (Part 2) Next steps: wekn°`" Choose approach and refine design. _- H2O =�=tn ASSQCiates Ltd. #; moo} one, Option 1. Constant Dam Height o `00 1000 1500 2000 Station (ftj we know H2Q -!n �ssoaates Ltd. M IF IML low 2o. Increase Spill . t. a s * , jri �.. X NF kiav Leng, NOW MEN Option 2*. Increase Spillway Length ♦ Pros: Increase length in small footprint No further changes to the dam we know H2O NOW MEN Option 2*. Increase Spillway Length ♦ Cons: Shallow Channel Surrounding material is rock Added weir length increases downstream flows we know H2O Wtn atiates Ltd. Option 3@, Lowering Lake Level ♦ Pros: Added lake capacity No change to existing dam ♦ Cons: Manual / automatic Impact to recreation we know H2O Drawdown? _J hth �saciates Ltd. Option 3@. 4 If automatic: Expensive Consistent drawdown plan we know H20 MOM Lowering Lake Level p4p, A Option 4@. Additional Structure ♦ Pros: Aux spillway (added protection) No change to existing dam No flow change on smaller events Attractive feature No impact to recreation Ability to protect downstream channel we know z� -try �iSSCCId!Ey _;�, mom Option 4.@ Additional Structure we know FM H20 7-�--ssociates Ltd Option 4@. 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Box 1399 Little Rock, AR 72203-1399 Quote# 31097478 Reference: W1 South Mountain Pump Station — 250kw Diesel Generator & 400A Automatic Transfer Switch (Sourcewell Pricing) Riggs Power Systems is pleased to provide this offer based on our interpretation of the project. Acceptance of this offer is solely conditioned on the terms of this offer. Generator & transfer switch pricing is valid for 30 days. Due to potential global supply chain issues, equipment lead times are subject to change without notice. Our proposed Scope of Supply includes: 1) Caterpillar D250eKW Diesel Generator Set — 250kW EPA Stand -By Power Rating Little Rock 91251-30 (501)570-3100 (800)876-1021 Power Setting 250 kW Certifications U.S. EPA Certified for Stationary Emergency Stand-by UL2200 Listed, NFPA-110 Compliant, 100% Rated Load in Single Step, IS08528-5 for Transient Response Voltage 480/277V Volts, 3 Phase, 60 HZ, 0.8 Power Factor Engine Caterpillar C9, In -Line 6 cylinder, 4 cycle, 1800 RPM Turbocharged Aspiration, Air -to -Air After cooled Oil Temp Gauge & Sender Replaceable Air Filters with Restriction Indicator Fuel System Electronic Unit Injection Fuel Priming Pump Primary & Secondary Fuel Filters Flexible Fuel Lines Low Fuel Level Sensors & Alarms Engine Governing Caterpillar Electronic Isochronous Governor — ADEM A4 External Bias Synchronizing Frequency Regulation for Non -Linear Loads Cooling System Radiator, 50C/122OF Ambient Rating with Caterpillar Extended Life Coolant Engine Oil Cooler Coolant Expansion Tank Cooling Fan with Guards Jonesboro 3701 E. Parker Rd. (870)932-5473 (800)467-4055 479)756-8080 El Dorado Texarkana Ft. Smith 2100 W. Hillsboro 3201 East Broad 6601 S. Zero (870)881-0800 (870)773-5621 (501)649-9582 (877)912-0800 (800)467-4008 (800)467-4006 Springdale Harrison 4117 Wagon Wheel 3440 Hwy. 65 S. (870)743-2000 (866)743-2536 Russellville 2911 S.Arkansas (479)968-3304 (800)327-3304 Riggs Power Solutions Caterpillar Electric Power Systems Engine Jacket Water Heater Coolant Temperature and Level Switches Low Coolant Level Shutdown & Alarm Control Panel GCCP1.2 Series Digital Control Panel Panel Mounted Audible Alarm-N FPA1 10 Remote Annunciator with Flush Mount Box Charging System 10 Amp, 120VAC, NFPA Battery Charger with Guards UL Listed Generator Caterpillar, 480/277 Volts, 30, WYE Caterpillar Integrated Voltage Regulator 130C Temp Rise over 40C Ambient IP23 Protection Circuit Breaker Starting System Enclosure Mounting Warranty Additional Permanent Magnet Excitation 400A Mainline Circuit Breaker - LSI 100% Rated, UL Listed 12 VDC Electric Starting Motor Battery Racks and Cables Level 2 Sound Attenuated Steel Enclosure — White Exhaust Silencer 79.5dBA Sound Rating Measured at 7m (23ft) Zinc Plated Stainless Steel Fasteners Stainless Steel Flush Fitting Latches & Hinges Removable Doors & Panels Keyed -Lockable Access Doors, Fuel Fill, Oil Fill, & Battery Access Rodent Proof Electrical Stub -Up Area Lube Oil & Coolant Drains Piped to Exterior Integral Diesel Fuel Tank, Double Wall, UL-Listed, Containment and Leak Alarms 24 Hour Run Time at 100% Load Rubber Vibration Isolation System Fuel Tank Fill Pipe & Locking Cap 5 Gallon Fuel Fill Spill Containment Box 4" UL Listed Emergency Vent Pipe Two Year Standby Generator Set Warranty Operation and Maintenance Manuals 100A Load Center 20A GFCI (control side) Factory Testing at 0.8 Power Factor 28-30 Weeks from Order Entry - Estimated 1) ASCO 300-Series 400 Amp Automatic Transfer Switch Rating Voltage Contacts Certifications 400 Amp, Open Transition Non -Service Service Entrance Rated 480/277V, 3 Phase, 4-Wire 3 Switched Poles, Solid Ground Bar Solid Neutral UL 1008 Listed, NFPA-110 Compliant with Secondary Riggs Tractor Company PROPRIETARY © 2017 Page 2 of 5 Riggs Power Solutions Caterpillar Electric Power Systems Controls Voltage and Frequency Sensing Autostart Functions with Programmable Time Delays Std Genset Clock Exerciser, Operator Programmable Enclosure NEMA 3R, Outdoor Accessory Items 2 Year Standard Warranty Strip Heater with Thermostat Wired to Load Terminals Operation and Maintenance Manuals 22-24 Weeks from Order Entry - Estimated Caterpillar List Price: $ 92,736.00 Sourcewell Discount: $-28,748.00 $ 63,988.00 Sourcewell Generator sell price $ 63,988.00 Asco 400A ATS $ 5,362.00 Start Up & Shipping $ 4,915.00 $ 74,265.00 • Caterpillar D250GC (250kW) Diesel Generator Package as Described Above, • ASCO 300 Series 400A Automatic Transfer Switch as Described Above • Includes Delivery to Site, On -Site Start -Up and Customer Orientation. Not Included in Quote Price Unloading, Installation, Fueling, & Sales Tax Not Included Riggs Tractor Company PROPRIETARY © 2017 Page 3 of 5 Riggs Power Solutions Caterpillar Electric Power Systems Commercial Terms 1. The seller reserves the right to accept or reject this order and shall not be required to give any reason for non -acceptance. 2. This order when accepted by seller shall become a binding contract but shall be subject to strikes, lockouts, accidents, fire, delays in manufacture or transportation, acts of God, embargoes, or Governmental action or any other causes beyond the control of the seller whether the same as, or different from the matters and things hereinbefore specifically enumerated, and any of said causes shall absolutely absolve the seller from any liability to the purchaser under the terms hereof. 3. Except where title is transferred and the seller takes back a contract, title to and right of possession of said machines shall remain vested in the seller until all indebtedness and all sums due or to become due from the purchaser, whether evidenced by note, book account, judgment, or otherwise, shall have been fully paid, at which time ownership shall pass to the purchaser. 4. The seller's responsibility for shipments ceases upon delivery to Transportation Company, and any claims for shortages, delays or damages occurring thereafter shall be made by the purchaser direct to the transportation company. 5. The purchaser agrees that this order shall not be countermanded by him, and that when it is accepted (and until the execution and delivery of the contract or contracts and note or notes required to consummate the sale as above specified) it will cover all agreements between the parties relative to this transaction, and that the seller is not bound by any representations or terms made by any agent relative to this transaction which are not embodied herein. 6. When the machines necessary to fill this order are available, the buyer agrees on demand to execute and deliver to the seller such notes and contracts as may be required by the seller to evidence the transaction. In the event that the buyer fails to execute and deliver said notes and contracts to the seller, the entire balance of the purchase price shall at the seller's option become immediately due and payable. 7. The seller shall not be held liable or responsible for any damages, whether on account of personal injuries or otherwise suffered or sustained in the operation of said machine, nor for any damages resulting to the purchaser by reason of any delays or any alleged failure of said machine to operate, nor for any implied warranties. Any used or second-hand equipment included in this order is sold without any warranty whatsoever, express or implied (except that the seller warrants title), unless said warranty is set forth in full in the section on page 1 of this document entitled WARRANTY ON EQUIPMENT EXTENDED BY SELLER, USED EQUIPMENT and is initialed by both of the parties hereto. 8. The liability of said seller insofar as new Caterpillar Products (to include Machines, engines, Attachments and Parts manufactured by Caterpillar Tractor Co.), are concerned, shall be limited to the warranty which the buyer accepts in lieu of any and all warranties by the seller whether express or implied as set forth on Caterpillar Warranty Forms. 9. The liability of the seller insofar as all other new products (other than Caterpillar products), machines, engines, attachments and parts are concerned, shall be limited to the Manufacturer's warranty thereof, if any, and which the buyer accepts in lieu of any and all warranties by the seller, whether express or implied. 10. To the extent this equipment is equipped with a telematics system, such as Product Link, I understand data concerning this machine, its condition, and its operations is being transmitted by Product Link to Caterpillar and/or its dealers to better serve me and to improve upon Caterpillar products and services. The information transmitted may include: machine model, serial number, location, and operational data, including but not limited to: fault codes, diagnostic data, emissions data, fuel usage, service meter hours, software and hardware version numbers, and installed attachments. Caterpillar recognizes and respects customer privacy and will exercise reasonable efforts to keep the information secure. I agree to allow this data to be accessed by Caterpillar and/or its dealers. 11. Seller will not be responsible for any liquidated damages as a result of any aspect of the project that could be delayed. 12. Installation, wiring, conduit, fuel, foundations, and other materials and services not expressly defined in this offer are not included in this offer. 13. Start -Up is to be completed under normal operating hours and standard conditions. When any situation arises that requires other than normal conditions, additional fees may apply. 14. Offer includes freight that is f.o.b. to the "Ship to Address" only. Unloading or handling fees are not included. 15. Product availability dates are subject to change without notice. Riggs Tractor Company PROPRIETARY © 2017 Page 4 of 5 Riggs Power Solutions Caterpillar Electric Power Systems Customer Initials I am very grateful for the opportunity to serve you. If you have any questions or need additional information, please do not hesitate to call. Sincerely, Juan Ortiz, Riggs Power Systems Territory Manager Sales, Service & Rental 479-653-5252 Cell Riggs Tractor Company PROPRIETARY © 2017 Page 5 of 5 RiggS Riggs Power Systems Date: August 11, 2022 To: Shea Fankhouser, City of Fayetteville From: Juan Ortiz Phone: 479-653-4252 Mailing Address: P.O. Box 1399 Little Rock, AR 72203-1399 Quote# 31097479 Reference: W18 Gulley Road Pump Station — 200kw Diesel Generator & 400A Automatic Transfer Switch (Sourcewell Pricing) Riggs Power Systems is pleased to provide this offer based on our interpretation of the project. Acceptance of this offer is solely conditioned on the terms of this offer. Generator & transfer switch pricing is valid for 30 days. Due to potential global supply chain issues, equipment lead times are subject to change without notice. Our proposed Scope of Supply includes: 1) Caterpillar D200GC Diesel Generator Set — 200kW EPA Stand -By Power Rating Little Rock 91251-30 (501)570-3100 (800)876-1021 Power Setting 200 kW Certifications U.S. EPA Certified for Stationary Emergency Stand-by UL2200 Listed, NFPA-110 Compliant, 100% Rated Load in Single Step, IS08528-5 for Transient Response Voltage 480/277V Volts, 3 Phase, 60 HZ, 0.8 Power Factor Engine Caterpillar C7.1, In -Line 6 cylinder, 4 cycle, 1800 RPM Turbocharged Aspiration, Air -to -Air After cooled Oil Temp Gauge & Sender Replaceable Air Filters with Restriction Indicator Fuel System Electronic Unit Injection Fuel Priming Pump Primary & Secondary Fuel Filters Flexible Fuel Lines Low Fuel Level Sensors & Alarms Engine Governing Caterpillar Electronic Isochronous Governor — ADEM A4 External Bias Synchronizing Frequency Regulation for Non -Linear Loads Cooling System Radiator, 50C/122°F Ambient Rating with Caterpillar Extended Life Coolant Engine Oil Cooler Coolant Expansion Tank Cooling Fan with Guards Jonesboro 3701 E. Parker Rd. (870)932-5473 (800)467-4055 479)756-8080 El Dorado Texarkana Ft. Smith 2100 W. Hillsboro 3201 East Broad 6601 S. Zero (870)881-0800 (870)773-5621 (501)649-9582 (877)912-0800 (800)467-4008 (800)467-4006 Springdale Harrison 4117 Wagon Wheel 3440 Hwy. 65 S. (870)743-2000 (866)743-2536 Russellville 2911 S.Arkansas (479)968-3304 (800)327-3304 Riggs Power Solutions Caterpillar Electric Power Systems Engine Jacket Water Heater Coolant Temperature and Level Switches Low Coolant Level Shutdown & Alarm Control Panel GCCP1.2 Series Digital Control Panel Panel Mounted Audible Alarm-N FPA1 10 Remote Annunciator with Flush Mount Box Charging System 10 Amp, 120VAC, NFPA Battery Charger with Guards UL Listed Generator Caterpillar, 480/277 Volts, 30, WYE Caterpillar Integrated Voltage Regulator 130C Temp Rise over 40C Ambient IP23 Protection Permanent Magnet Excitation Circuit Breaker 400A Mainline Circuit Breaker - LSI 100% Rated, UL Listed Starting System 12 VDC Electric Starting Motor Battery Racks and Cables Enclosure Level 2 Sound Attenuated Steel Enclosure — White Exhaust Silencer 79.5dBA Sound Rating Measured at 7m (23ft) Zinc Plated Stainless Steel Fasteners Stainless Steel Flush Fitting Latches & Hinges Removable Doors & Panels Keyed -Lockable Access Doors, Fuel Fill, Oil Fill, & Battery Access Rodent Proof Electrical Stub -Up Area Lube Oil & Coolant Drains Piped to Exterior Mounting 400 G Integral Diesel Fuel Tank, Double Wall, UL-Listed, with Secondary Containment and Leak Alarms 24 Hour Run Time at 100% Load Rubber Vibration Isolation System Fuel Tank Fill Pipe & Locking Cap 5 Gallon Fuel Fill Spill Containment Box 4" UL Listed Emergency Vent Pipe Warranty Two Year Standby Generator Set Warranty Additional Operation and Maintenance Manuals 20A GFCI (control side) Factory Testing at 0.8 Power Factor 29-32 Weeks from Order Entry - Estimated 1) ASCO 300-Series 400 Amp Automatic Transfer Switch Rating Voltage Contacts Certifications Controls 400 Amp, Open Transition Non -Service Service Entrance Rated 480/277V, 3 Phase, 4-Wire 3 Switched Poles, Solid Ground Bar Solid Neutral UL 1008 Listed, NFPA-110 Compliant Voltage and Frequency Sensing Riggs Tractor Company PROPRIETARY © 2017 Page 2 of 5 Riggs Power Solutions Caterpillar Electric Power Systems Autostart Functions with Programmable Time Delays Std Genset Clock Exerciser, Operator Programmable Enclosure NEMA 3R, Outdoor Accessory Items 2 Year Standard Warranty Strip Heater with Thermostat Wired to Load Terminals Operation and Maintenance Manuals 22-24 Weeks from Order Entry - Estimated Caterpillar List Price: Sourcewell Discount: $ 66,250.00 $-20,537.00 $ 45,713.00 Sourcewell Generator sell price $ 45,713.00 Asco 400A ATS $ 5,362.00 Start Up & Shipping $ 4,915.00 $ 55, 990.00 • Caterpillar D200GC (200kW) Diesel Generator Package as Described Above, • ASCO 300 Series 400A Automatic Transfer Switch as Described Above • Includes Delivery to Site, On -Site Start -Up and Customer Orientation. Not Included in Quote Price Unloading, Installation, Fueling, & Sales Tax Not Included Riggs Tractor Company PROPRIETARY © 2017 Page 3 of 5 Riggs Power Solutions Caterpillar Electric Power Systems Commercial Terms 1. The seller reserves the right to accept or reject this order and shall not be required to give any reason for non -acceptance. 2. This order when accepted by seller shall become a binding contract but shall be subject to strikes, lockouts, accidents, fire, delays in manufacture or transportation, acts of God, embargoes, or Governmental action or any other causes beyond the control of the seller whether the same as, or different from the matters and things hereinbefore specifically enumerated, and any of said causes shall absolutely absolve the seller from any liability to the purchaser under the terms hereof. 3. Except where title is transferred and the seller takes back a contract, title to and right of possession of said machines shall remain vested in the seller until all indebtedness and all sums due or to become due from the purchaser, whether evidenced by note, book account, judgment, or otherwise, shall have been fully paid, at which time ownership shall pass to the purchaser. 4. The seller's responsibility for shipments ceases upon delivery to Transportation Company, and any claims for shortages, delays or damages occurring thereafter shall be made by the purchaser direct to the transportation company. 5. The purchaser agrees that this order shall not be countermanded by him, and that when it is accepted (and until the execution and delivery of the contract or contracts and note or notes required to consummate the sale as above specified) it will cover all agreements between the parties relative to this transaction, and that the seller is not bound by any representations or terms made by any agent relative to this transaction which are not embodied herein. 6. When the machines necessary to fill this order are available, the buyer agrees on demand to execute and deliver to the seller such notes and contracts as may be required by the seller to evidence the transaction. In the event that the buyer fails to execute and deliver said notes and contracts to the seller, the entire balance of the purchase price shall at the seller's option become immediately due and payable. 7. The seller shall not be held liable or responsible for any damages, whether on account of personal injuries or otherwise suffered or sustained in the operation of said machine, nor for any damages resulting to the purchaser by reason of any delays or any alleged failure of said machine to operate, nor for any implied warranties. Any used or second-hand equipment included in this order is sold without any warranty whatsoever, express or implied (except that the seller warrants title), unless said warranty is set forth in full in the section on page 1 of this document entitled WARRANTY ON EQUIPMENT EXTENDED BY SELLER, USED EQUIPMENT and is initialed by both of the parties hereto. 8. The liability of said seller insofar as new Caterpillar Products (to include Machines, engines, Attachments and Parts manufactured by Caterpillar Tractor Co.), are concerned, shall be limited to the warranty which the buyer accepts in lieu of any and all warranties by the seller whether express or implied as set forth on Caterpillar Warranty Forms. 9. The liability of the seller insofar as all other new products (other than Caterpillar products), machines, engines, attachments and parts are concerned, shall be limited to the Manufacturer's warranty thereof, if any, and which the buyer accepts in lieu of any and all warranties by the seller, whether express or implied. 10. To the extent this equipment is equipped with a telematics system, such as Product Link, I understand data concerning this machine, its condition, and its operations is being transmitted by Product Link to Caterpillar and/or its dealers to better serve me and to improve upon Caterpillar products and services. The information transmitted may include: machine model, serial number, location, and operational data, including but not limited to: fault codes, diagnostic data, emissions data, fuel usage, service meter hours, software and hardware version numbers, and installed attachments. Caterpillar recognizes and respects customer privacy and will exercise reasonable efforts to keep the information secure. I agree to allow this data to be accessed by Caterpillar and/or its dealers. 11. Seller will not be responsible for any liquidated damages as a result of any aspect of the project that could be delayed. 12. Installation, wiring, conduit, fuel, foundations, and other materials and services not expressly defined in this offer are not included in this offer. 13. Start -Up is to be completed under normal operating hours and standard conditions. When any situation arises that requires other than normal conditions, additional fees may apply. 14. Offer includes freight that is f.o.b. to the "Ship to Address" only. Unloading or handling fees are not included. 15. Product availability dates are subject to change without notice. Riggs Tractor Company PROPRIETARY © 2017 Page 4 of 5 Riggs Power Solutions Caterpillar Electric Power Systems Customer Initials I am very grateful for the opportunity to serve you. If you have any questions or need additional information please do not hesitate to call. Sincerely, Juan Ortiz, Riggs Power Systems Territory Manager Sales, Service & Rental 479-653-5252 Cell Riggs Tractor Company PROPRIETARY © 2017 Page 5 of 5 DocuSign Envelope ID: 92986461-A9D6-4EED-BFAO-9B28188786A5 Owner Site: Gulley Road Water Tank, 3265 Gulley Road, Fayetteville, AR 72703 Tenant Site: Mall West Beta Offload/228754 FIFTH AMENDMENT TO WATER TOWER ATTACHMENT COMMUNICATIONS SITE AGREEMENT This Fifth Amendment to Water Tower Attachment Communications Site Agreement ("Amendment") is entered into this day of , 20 , by and between City of Fayetteville ("OWNER"), with a mailing address of 113 West Mountain Street, Fayetteville, Arkansas 72701, and Alltel Corporation d/b/a Verizon Wireless ("TENANT"), with its principal office located at One Verizon Way, Mail Stop 4AW100, Basking Ridge, New Jersey 07920. The OWNER and TENANT are at times collectively referred to hereinafter as the "Parties" or individually as the "Party". WHEREAS, OWNER and TENANT, as successor in interest to Fayetteville MSA Limited Partnership, are Parties to that certain Water Tower Attachment Communications Site Agreement dated October 20, 1999, as amended by that certain First Amendment to Water Tower Attachment Communications Site Agreement dated January 19, 2010, as amended by that certain Second Amendment to Water Tower Attachment Communications Site Agreement dated November 16, 2010, as amended by that certain Third Amendment to Water Tower Attachment Communications Site Agreement dated July 19, 2011, and as amended by that certain Fourth Amendment to Water Tower Attachment Communications Site Agreement dated October 1, 2019 (collectively, the "Agreement"), pursuant to which OWNER leases to TENANT a portion of OWNER's property located at 3265 Gulley Road, Fayetteville, Arkansas 72703; and WHEREAS, the Parties desire to amend the Agreement to modify the TENANT'S equipment as set forth herein. NOW THEREFORE, for good and valuable consideration, the receipt and sufficiency of which are hereby acknowledged, the Parties agree as follows: 1. Any capitalized terms used in this Amendment that are not defined herein have the meanings given those terms in the Agreement. 2. OWNER and TENANT agree to modify TENANT's equipment as described on Exhibit C-3, attached hereto and incorporated herein by reference. 3. Exhibit C-2 of the Agreement is deleted in its entirety and replaced with Exhibit C- 3, attached hereto and incorporated herein by reference. All references to Exhibit C, Exhibit C-1 and Exhibit C-2 in the Agreement are hereafter references to Exhibit C-3. 4. OWNER and TENANT each hereby warrant to the other that the person executing this Amendment on behalf of the warranting Party has the full right, power and authority to enter into, and execute, this Amendment on that Party's behalf, and that no consent from any other person or entity is necessary as a condition precedent to the legal effect of this Amendment. 4867-9392-2061v1 3000002-201843 DocuSign Envelope ID: 92986461-A9D6-4EED-BFAO-9B28188786A5 5. Except as specifically provided in this Amendment, the Agreement shall remain in full force and effect and shall continue to be binding upon, and enforceable against, OWNER and TENANT in accordance with its terms. All covenants, terms and obligations of the Agreement not modified by this Amendment are hereby ratified and affirmed. The terms and provisions of this Amendment shall control in the event of any inconsistency or discrepancy between the Agreement and this Amendment. [Signature Pages Follow] 4867-9392-2061v1 3000002-201843 DocuSign Envelope ID: 92986461-A9D6-4EED-BFAO-9B28188786A5 IN WITNESS WHEREOF, the Parties have executed this Amendment effective as of the day and year first above written. OWNER: City of Fayetteville By: Printed Name: Title: Date: TENANT: Alltel Corporation d/b/a Verizon Wireless DocuSigned by: David Kilian Printed Name: Title: Senior Manager - RE/Regulatory Date: 7u1 19, 2022 4867-9392-2061v1 3000002-201843 DocuSign Envelope ID: 92986461-A9D6-4EED-BFAO-9B28188786A5 Exhibit C-3 EQUIPMENT DESCRIPTION Antenna/Tower Equipment: • Three (3) Commscope NHH-65C-R2B antennas (or like kind) • One (1) Amphenol BXA-80063-4CF-EDIN-0 (or like kind) • Two (2) Amphenol BXA-80063-4CF-EDIN-5 (or like kind) • Three (3) Samsung 132/1366A RRH-BR049 (RFV01U-D1A) (or like kind) • Three (3) Samsung B5/B13 RRH-BR04C (RFV01U-D2A) (or like kind) • One (1) Raycap RVZDC-6627-PF-48 (or like kind) • Six (6) 7/8" coaxial cables • One (1) hybrid cable Ground Equipment: • Equipment Shelter: 27'6" x 11'5" • Generator Pad: 4' x 10' 4867-9392-2061v1 3000002-201843 DocuSign Certificate Of Completion Envelope Id: 9298646lA9D64EEDBFA09B28188786A5 Subject: MALL BETA/P1800739/Felipe Martinez Review Approved 7-19-22NZ manager to sign. 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Box 505 Benton, Arkansas 72018 501-939-2303 • Fax: 501-939-2046 9 June 2022 Kathy Taylor Real Estate Agent Re: Water Tower - Verizon Wireless Structural Assessment Letter Verizon Wireless Site Name: Mall Beta Site Latitude: 36.110256 Site Longitude:-94.089739 HE Project Number: 2017-0122 Miss Taylor: After performing some basic structural calculations regarding the case of additional sail area from the addition of Verizon antenna / equipment and the case of additional gravity loads resulting from the installation of Verizon's antenna / equipment, see table 1 for proposed loading. It is found that the additional loadings are inconsequential compared to the overall stability and existing gravity loadings of the tank. It is my professional opinion that the addition of the proposed Verizon antennas does not overload the existing water tank structure. The analysis has been performed in accordance with the TIA-222-G standard based upon a wind speed of 90 mph 3-second gust, exposure category C with topographic category 1 and crest height of 0 feet. Upon review of this letter, should you have any questions, do not hesitate to contact my office. Sincerely, Heritage Engineering Eric Warford, PE Project Structural and Civil Engineer 0.ARXA SASS REGISTERED PROFESSIONAL ENGINEER �Q ND. 13228 1 SIC" WAPF�� Table 1—Appurtenance Loading Loading *Antenna Elevation (ft) Antenna Model Mount Elevation (ft) Cables Existing 123 (3) BXA-80063-4CF-EDIN 117 (6) LDF5-50A (6) HTXCW631619R000- (1) MLC (3) UHIA B4 RRH 2x40-4R Hybrid 6x12 (3) UHBC B 13 TRDU 2x40 (1) RHSDC-3315-PF-48 Proposed 123 (3) BXA-80063-4CF-EDIN 117 (6) LDF5-50A (3) NHH-65C-R2B (1) MLC (3) B2/B66A RRH-BR049 Hybrid 6x12 (3) B5B13 RRH-BR04C (1) RVZDC-6627-PF-48 Bold text indicate new equipment added Table 2 —Documents Provided Documents Type Document Dated Source Mount Drawings Mall Beta Mapping Report May 27, 2022 Heritage Engineering Antenna Loading RFDS 7/12/2021 15:43:16 VZW Modification Drawings N/A r N/A N/A .;acobs Fayetteville Client Monthly Report for July 2022 August 18, 2022 City of Fayetteville CITY OF WA FAYETTEVILLE ARKANSAS Monarch Butterflies on Buttonbush, Cephalanthus occfdentalts Lake Appreciation Event at Lake Wilson Jacobs Fayetteville Client Monthly Report for July 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...................................................................................................................................................................... 4 1.5 Issues/Resolutions.................................................................................................................................................... 4 1.6 Revenue.........................................................................................................................................................................5 Table 1-1: Revenue generated from the BMS............................................................................................................... 5 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..................................................................................................................................................................7 2.4 BMS Maintenance......................................................................................................................................................8 2.5 Key Performance Indicators/Measures.............................................................................................................9 Figure 2-1: Labor Hours by Work Order Type................................................................................................................9 Figure2-2: Work Order Count by Type.............................................................................................................................9 2.6 Capital Improvement Projects(CIP)...................................................................................................................9 3. Laboratory/Industrial Pretreatment...................................................................................................10 Table 3-1: Revenue generated from the Industrial Pretreatment Program(IPP)........................................ 11 Figure 3-1: IPP revenue total from surcharges, fees, and fines........................................................................... 11 Figure 3-2: Loads of hauled waste -by hauler and cumulative loads per month .......................................... 11 4. Woolsey Wet Prairie................................................................................................................................12 5. Community Outreach.............................................................................................................................13 6. Sustainability............................................................................................................................................14 7. Health & Safety/Training.......................................................................................................................15 Appendix A. Additional Information.................................................................................................................16 Effluent& Influent Data....................................................................................................................................................... 16 White River Effluent Characteristics................................................................................................................................ 16 Jacobs — Fayetteville Project Jacobs Fayetteville Client Monthly Report for July 2022 Jacobs Executive Summary We are continuing to observe a positive variance in our budget. We are currently under budget by $58,052. Labor is maintaining a high positive variance as a result of vacancies at the Biosolids Management Site. We anticipate a more balanced position with the installation of the new dryer. Budget Performance JANUARY FEBRUARY MARCH APRIL MAY JUNE JULY $208,647 5186,715 5177,033 5171,817 $1W,732 Mill $98,426 $55,136 S(17,464) $21,341 $31,775 S(34.089)�51,5531 "324) 72,873) S(58,052) $(98,957) $(110,221) $(131,579) ; S(199,357) S(229,869) ■ Labor u Non -Labor , Budget- Over (Under) Jacobs — Fayetteville Project 2 Jacobs Fayetteville Client Monthly Report for July 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 July, the addition of alum was needed to the secondary clarifiers due to elevated phosphorus in the secondary effluent. The increase in phosphorus leaving the secondary clarifiers was the result of warmer temperatures and an elevated solids inventory. Wasting was increased to lower the solids inventory and the phosphorus levels were reduced, allowing alum feed to be suspended. West Side During the month of July, the West Side facility maintained an average flow of 5.8 mgd. With the dry weather the flow equalization basin was utilized to maintain even loading rates during periods of lower flow. West Side experienced a total of 3.1 inches of rain during the month of July. Influent Loading rates for biochemical oxygen demand (BOD) remained consistent from the previous month. Return activated sludge rates remained the same, but an increase in the wasting rate was required to maintain a target mixed liquor (MLSS) of 1800 mg/L. The bio-effluent gates were raised on each bio unit to improve nitrification by increasing dissolved oxygen levels in the basin and increasing detention time to ensure a quality effluent. 1.2 Biosolids Process During the month of July, the WRRF's produced 1,696 wet tons of biosolids. No belt filter pressed bio-solids were sent to the landfill. All 1,696 wet tons produced were spread into the solar houses and partially dried before being disposed of at the landfill. A total of 549 tons of partially dried biosolids were sent to the landfill. This computes to 1,147 tons of water removed from the material before disposal. By partially drying biosolids before hauling to the landfill, it is estimated that $55,274 was saved in tipping fees. The total cost in tipping fees for the month was $26,456. 1.3 Compliance Annual TCLP (Toxicity Characteristic Leaching Procedure) data results on belt filter press and grit/screenings samples from both facilities were received and reviewed. TCLP is a chemical analysis process used to determine whether there are hazardous elements present in a waste product. The test involves a simulation of leaching through a landfill and can provide a rating that can determine if the waste is dangerous to the environment. The data results will be used to renew the account with Waste Management in Tontitown. Jacobs — Fayetteville Project Jacobs Fayetteville Client Monthly Report for July 2022 Jacobs 1.4 Successes Operations coordinated with BMS to send 4.8 million gallons of fully treated effluent irrigation water to the city owned hay fields. During the summer months, when the Northwest Arkansas area has dry weather, this is a necessary and sustainable solution for hay harvesting, as well as a community service for local farmers. West Side bio unit 4 was filled with final clarifier by use of a rented portable pump. About 300 pounds of chlorine was added to disinfect the basin and prevent algae growth. It is necessary to shock the basin with chlorine when filling with final clarifier effluent due to the lack of access to W3 water near the basin. 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 third month in a row, well over 900 tons of WTR were applied to permitted areas. The continued success of accepting all WTR is a direct result of mindful scheduling and remarkable teamwork. The income generated from land applying water treatment residuals for the month is approximately $32,106. Hay sales continued through July with $21,229 reported in revenue. July was the best month for partially drying bio-solids to date. Approximately 68% of the water contained within the belt -filter pressed solids was removed before disposal at the landfill. This increase in percentage can be attributed to the extended hot and dry weather, and a reduced volume of bio-solids pressed at the treatment facilities. 1.5 Issues/Resolutions To have a successful second and third hay cutting, the BMS staff recognized the need for irrigation of treated effluent across all application zones. When trying to open the valve on lateral line 4, a staff member reported that the valve was broken and not opening. To access the device for further inspection, the ground around the valve had to be excavated. Once the valve was accessible, it was noticed that valve stem was broken and in need of replacement. A new valve was installed and irrigation to Area 4 continued. It was determined that the valve stem broke due to corrosion and fatigue. It had been approximately 2 years since the valve was last opened. Jacobs — Fayetteville Project Jacobs Fayetteville Client Monthly Report for July 2022 BMS Irrigation with Treated Effluent Valve stem replaced on lateral line for successful irrigation to Area 4 1.6 Revenue r Table 1-1: Revenue generated from the BMS ,jacobs Product Tons Sold/Received Revenue Generated Hay 248 $21,229 Fertilizer 0 $0 Water Treatment Residuals 965 $32,106 Figure 1-1: Revenue generated from the BMS via hay, fertilizer, and WTR Revenue Generated Biosolids Management Site $200,000 $150,000 $100,000 $50,000 Monthly 2021 Monthly 2022 Cumulative 2022 Jacobs — Fayetteville Project Jacobs Fayetteville Client Monthly Report for July 2022 Jacobs 2. Maintenance 2.1 West Side A clamp -on flow meter was purchased for the Broyles -Persimmon pump station to monitor flow from the station. The maintenance team installed the unit and pulled the coaxial cable from the controller to the flow meter device. A rain guard was fabricated for the controller as added protection from the elements. Installation of flow meter and rain guard A noticeable decline in the solids dewatering volume was observed with the West Side belt presses after a full year in operation. The belts were replaced to allow for the removal of more water and an anticipated increase in the efficiency of solids handling. New jar Jacobs — Fayetteville Project Jacobs Fayetteville Client Monthly Report for July 2022 Jacobs The Rodgers Drive tank and pump station soft start for pump 02 was reported to be tripping out and overheating. The site was inspected for motor horsepower and amperage ratings and a new soft start was ordered. The new AltistartTm 22 has a built-in shorting contactor, which saves space in the control cabinet and is beneficial for the safety of the soft start device and motor. An external bypass contactor was added to remove power from the soft start until it is required for operation. The bypass contactor is put in -line to protect the soft start from lighting strikes and spikes from the utility company. The wiring was relocated and labeled in the panel. External bypass contactor protects soft start from grid spikes and lightning strikes 2.2 Noland The maintenance team continues to work on preventive and corrective work orders at Noland. 2.3 Lift Stations Lift station 25 Willow Brook Subdivision received a new wet well lid and repairs to the pump railing. The old, rusted carbon steel lid was removed and recycled. The concrete surface was cleaned and flexible sealant applied before setting the new aluminum lid in place. The pump rail structure was re -secured to the aluminum supports. Jacobs — Fayetteville Project Jacobs Fayetteville Client Monthly Report for July 2022 Upgrade and recycle of wet well lid and support rail ,jacobs During routine weekly maintenance inspections of lift station 52 Broyles, the generator was found to be vandalized. The door pins were removed, and the catalytic converter was cut and removed from the exhaust system of the backup generator. The Fayetteville Police department was contacted and an incident report was filed. Damage to the rear of the fence was repaired and the generator door was reinstalled. JA Riggs was called to quote the damage and replacement cost. Fence damaged and catalytic converter removed from backup generator 2.4 BMS Maintenance In-house repairs were completed on BMS truck 768 as a result of damage from the drive chain. This vehicle is the primary asset for spreading WTR in application zones. A preventative maintenance task for inspecting the lubrication of the spinner's drive chain was added to the checklist to proactively address this issue. Jacobs — Fayetteville Project Jacobs Fayetteville Client Monthly Report for July 2022 2.5 Key Performance Indicators/Measures Figure 2-1: Labor Hours by Work Order Type ❑onnn n11q,)r,n ❑ 460.39, 0 ❑ 68.16, 0 administrative corrective maintenance emergency corrective maintenance non emergency corrective maintenance from pm/pdm preventive maintenance project 11 Z 46.40, 1 Figure 2-2: Work Order Count by Type l bV i, yL% ,jacobs administrative corrective maintenance emergency corrective maintenance non emergency corrective maintenance from pm/pdm preventive maintenance project ❑ safety o ' n An/ 0% 85, 5% 26, 2% 2.6 Capital Improvement Projects (CIP) Purchase orders were issued for the repair of 3 lift station pumps, a new variable frequency drive for W3 pump no. 3 at Noland, and for 2 new macerator pumps at Noland. Jacobs — Fayetteville Project Jacobs Fayetteville Client Monthly Report for July 2022 Jacobs 3. Laboratory/Industrial Pretreatment A lab data quality control failure resulted in using outside lab services for CBOD effluent samples for one week in July. The glucose glutamic acid standard recovery was out of QC control limits and subsequent samples were sent to GTS lab. The data affected by the QC failure is not reportable resulting in a permit compliance issue for five Goose Creek effluent samples and three White River effluent samples. Seed concentration changes during dry weather were suspected to be the cause and the seed inoculation volume was lowered. QC results returned to normal and testing resumed. West Side Goose Creek samples were collected to complete a Whole Effluent Toxicity Screening test as outlined in the Toxicity Reduction Evaluation Plan. The test passed, showing no toxicity for survival or growth to the fathead minnow, Pimephales promelas. Quarterly 40 CFR 122 Appendix D Table 111 samples were collected at both facilities for the analysis of cyanide, phenolics, and metals (antimony, arsenic, beryllium, cadmium, chromium, copper, Lead, low level mercury, nickel, selenium, silver, thallium, and zinc). Samples were collected from the Noland influent, White River effluent, West Side influent, and Goose Creek effluent and sent to GTS for analysis. Data results were statistically within scope and exhibit no unusual trends. As required by Solid Waste 503 regulations to meet Class A Exceptional Quality certification, Noland and West Side belt filter press cake samples were collected and analyzed for 503 metals (arsenic, cadmium, chromium, copper, lead, mercury, molybdenum, nickel, selenium, and zinc) and percent total solids analysis. A fertilizer sample was not available for testing due to changes in the drying process and compliance needs. All results were statistically within scope and exhibited no unusual trends. Tyson's Mexican Original Plant and ConAgra Brands had a bypass of approximately 28,700 gallons and 1500 gallons respectively, no known upset resulted at the Noland WRRF as a result and self - monitoring results will be checked as soon as possible for any noncompliance. The ConAgra Brands bypass was a result of an area -wide power outage, while Tyson Food's bypass resulted from a clogged wastewater pipe located after the facility's wastewater building. A few industries had shutdowns or schedule changes due to the Independence Day holiday. No changes or upsets to the wastewater treatment processes were observed. Data reports from the quarterly industrial sampling event in May were provided to the industries (ConAgra, Hiland Dairy, Tyson) to be used during their daily and monthly average calculations to verify and report compliance. The annual septic waste hauler authorization letters were sent to the haulers to allow for the Licensing of the trucks by the Washington County Health Department. 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 July 2022 60 50 40 30 20 10 0 ,jacobs Table 3-1: Revenue generated from the Industrial Pretreatment Program (IPP) Revenue $98,845.88 Surcharges on June data $2,350.00 Fees from hauled waste accepted in July $0.00 Other fees paid in July $0.00 Fines assessed in July Zero violations Violations on June 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 $60000 $40:000 $20,000 tJ e�t�atJO11�ec c,° e e �o O� ❑ 2021 Monthly Surcharge Fees plus Hauled Waste Fees ❑ 2022 Monthly Surcharge Fees plus Hauled Waste Fees Figure 3-2: Loads of hauled waste -by hauler and cumulative loads per month Hauled Waste Summary ��ac1 �at� air fit` �a� e ■ 2022 APT ■ 2021 APT 2022 BJ ❑ 2021 BJ IF11 InI Ini I, - in 2022 TOTAL ■ 2021 TOTAL ■ 2022 CIC Jacobs — Fayetteville Project Jacobs Fayetteville Client Monthly Report for July 2022 Jacobs 4. Woolsey Wet Prairie Despite sixteen of twenty July workdays exceeding 95-degree daytime highs (not accounting for heat index) IVM project staff continue working through Woolsey Wet Prairie progressing through summer vegetation management demands and targeting populations of Sericea Lespedeza, White Sweet Clover, Johnsongrass, Himalayan Blackberry, and other HIGH Priority invasive species. Also, IVM staff continue to maintain population control of several key native species such as Willow, Green Ash, Honey Locust, and Persimmon. Left unchecked these early successional tree species would quickly take over Woolsey's distinct open grassland character and transition the space to a wooded shade -canopy, thus significantly diminishing Woolsey's tremendous botanical diversity. IVM staff also noted on July 21 the Monarch Butterfly entered the International Union for Conservation of Nature (IUCN) Red List of Threatened SpeciesTm as 'Endangered'. The IUCN is widely recognized as the world's most comprehensive source for global wildlife extinction risk. Climate change and habitat loss leave this butterfly vulnerable to both local extirpation and global extinction as Monarch caterpillars feed solely upon various milkweed (Asclepias) species. Woolsey and other West Side WRRF BlueGreen Infrastructure (BGI) spaces are home to at least nine Asclepias species, providing a local refuge for current and future Monarch Butterfly generations. Annual management efforts promote such _ beneficial ecosystem services by providing 'space' for native species to flourish as non-native where invasives are permanently removed. Lastly, IVM staff treated over 1.5 acres of city -lease property on the neighboring Woolsey Wet Prairie for sericea Lespedeza and provided additional invasive removal services on several thousand square feet of nearby Woolsey Homestead Restoration Capital Improvement Project property. Treated Sericea on city lease property neighboring Woolsey Wet Prairie Jacobs — Fayetteville Project Jacobs Fayetteville Client Monthly Report for July 2022 Jacobs 5. Community Outreach The Washington County Search and Rescue K9 team utilized the BMS site for training. Graduate students from the University of Arkansas toured the West Side facility to learn about the science governing the environmental management of wastewater treatment in Fayetteville. VERSITYOF KANSAS Lake Appreciation Month was celebrated with a lake clean-up and nature walk at Fayetteville's beautiful Lake Wilson. Volunteers and family collected several bags of trash and large items of debris while also enjoying an educational nature walk led by BWA's Nate Weston. Volunteers from Jacobs and BWA making a difference Nate Weston, BWA guides a nature walk Volunteers from Jacobs and Beaver Watershed Alliance converge on Lake Wilson in July to �Y� participate in Lake Appreciation Month 2022 Jacobs — Fayetteville Project 13 Jacobs Fayetteville Client Monthly Report for July 2022 Jacobs 6. Sustainability IN r] Jacobs — Fayetteville Project 14 Jacobs Fayetteville Client Monthly Report for July 2022 Jacobs 7. Health & Safety/Training Health and Safety experienced a pivotal transition in July for the Fayetteville facilities. We had training involving Arch Flash 70 E and Lockout Tagout. The staff continued to foster a fantastic safety culture. The safety culture is primarily focused on how the leadership views the importance of safety. The project manager, Monty Sedlak, has focused on making this a priority by routinely attending departmental meetings and safety discussions. He has provided excellent training awareness sessions focused on the high hazard jobs within the facilities and Lockout Tagout training sessions throughout the month of July. The crews continue to pre -plan all work activities and preserve a high standard of safety awareness. A new position in the region will focus to bring ideas of safety innovation and renewed involvement from the entire Fayetteville team to share with Wes Cloud and the regional safety champions. The Fayetteville facility appointed Donna McChristian as the safety champion representative. Donna was given this title due to her level of care and attention to detail. Donna has promoted and driven the concept of safety for almost two years within her role on the safety team and now as the site safety champion. We look forward to having Donna in this role for years to come. John Byrd attended the Toxicity Organic Management Plan (TOMP) 'IPP Back to Basics' Jacob's Webinar. Jacobs — Fayetteville Project Jacobs Fayetteville - Client Monthly Report for July 2022 Appendix A. Additional Information Effluent & Influent Data 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 July 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 5.2 2.9 160 1.5 79 0.36 19.0 0.11 4 15.6 6.9 7.6 107 August September October November December Average 6.6 3.8 218 2.6 42 5 0.22 12.1 0.14 8 17.0 7.1 7.5 38 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 July 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 374 20,534 53 2,201 11 457 August September October November December Average 334 19,267 60 3,409 6 338 Jacobs - Fayetteville Project Jacobs Fayetteville - Client Monthly Report for July 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 July 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 5.8 2.0 91 1.0 47 0.13 6.0 0.05 2 8.6 7.3 7.8 9 August September October November December Average 10.0 2.0 168.9 1.0 85 0.09 7.2 0.05 5.0 10.0 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 3.9 30.6% 11,832 39.9% 7,935 34.2% 185 24.2% 615 27.3% August September October November December Average 6.5 51.7% 14,804 49.9% 9,192 39.6% 188 24.6% 784 34.9% Jacobs - Fayetteville Project Jacobs Fayetteville - Client Monthly Report for July 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 5.8 58.4% 10,797 74.0% 14,063 96.4% 180 30.9% 1,435 74.8% August September October November December Average 10.0 100.4% 11,494 78.8% 12,863 88.1% 183 31.3% 1,340 69.9% Jacobs - Fayetteville Project 18 Jacobs Fayetteville - Client Monthly Report for July 2022 Labor Status .;acobs 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 Robert Bartee 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 Vacant 100.00% Maint Mechanic Paul Goolsby 100.00% Maint Mechanic Rick Dollarhide 100.00% Maint Mechanic in Training Luke Haegele 100.00% Maint Mechanic in Training Vacant 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 Vacant 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 July 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 = 42.0 Filled FTE's= 40.8 TEMPS Operations Engineering Intern, U of A Vacant 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 0 Asset Manager Support Bass, Edward Lee 0 Asset Manager Support Turley, Johnny D (JD) 4 Jacobs — Fayetteville Project 20