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File #: 18-957A    Version: 1
Type: Contract/Agreement Status: Passed
File created: 6/15/2018 Department: Utilities
On agenda: 10/23/2018 Final action: 10/23/2018
Title: Award of bid to TLC Diversified, Inc. for the Pump Station 018 replacement project.
Attachments: 1. FE Agreement with TLC Diversified Inc, 2. Agreement, 3. BID TAB SUMMARY, 4. Project Location, 5. TLC Diversified, Inc. Bid Submittal, 6. 18-957A- Risk Review Pump Station Replacement FINAL VEH.pdf
Related files: 19-1399A, 20-357D
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Award of bid to TLC Diversified, Inc. for the Pump Station 018 replacement project.



Recommended Action:

Recommended Action

Approval of award of bid to TLC Diversified, Inc. for the Pump Station 018 replacement project.

Bid No. 178-0478-CP (JJ); PID No. 003206A; in the amount of $ 577,400.00 on the basis of being the lowest responsive, responsible bid received meeting specifications. All work is expected to be completed within 340 consecutive calendar days. Authorize the Chairman to sign and the Clerk of Court to attest.



Strategic Plan:

Practice Superior Environmental Stewardship
3.3 Protect and improve the quality of our water, air and other natural resources

Foster Continual Economic Growth and Vitality
4.4 Invest in infrastructure to meet current and future needs

Deliver First Class Services to the Public and Our Customers
5.2 Be responsible stewards of the public's resources



This contract provides for the replacement of Pump Station 018, a duplex sanitary sewer pump station located at the Lakeview Mobile Home and Recreational Vehicle Park which has exceeded its useful service life. The pumps are being replaced based on current flows, but the station will be sized to accommodate the potential for future flows from potential development of the adjacent property. Discharge piping and valve assemblies will be placed aboveground for easier access and maintenance by County personnel.


Background Information:

Pump station repair, rehabilitation, and replacement is essential for the prevention of sanitary sewer spills. Several County stations are now over thirty (30) years old. As equipment becomes obsolete, it is necessary to upgrade to newer technology and communication options in order to repair deteriorated pumps and piping. These improvements are facilitated in order to keep the sanitary sewer collection system functioning at an acceptable level.


Fiscal Impact:

Expenditure not to exceed: $577,400.00.


Project funding is derived from the Capital Improvement Program, Physical Environment, sewer renewal and replacement program allocation and from the Utilities Department Sanitary Sewer Enterprise Fund.


Staff Member Responsible:

Megan Ross, Director, Utilities
Joe Lauro, Director, Purchasing






Bid Tabulation
Project Location