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File #: 19-308    Version: 1
Type: Consent Status: Passed
File created: 6/11/2019 Meeting Body: City Council
On agenda: 6/18/2019 Final action: 6/18/2019
Title Search: Consider a resolution approving an Agreement for Engineering Services with Baird, Hampton & Brown of Grapevine, Texas; for the purpose of providing Phase 1 of the Master Drainage Plan for the Public Works Department; and authorizing the City Manager to execute all documents relating thereto on behalf of the City of Keller, Texas.
Attachments: 1. 061819_Master Drainage Plan_Resolution, 2. 061819_Master Drainage Plan_Engineering Agreement
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To:                     Mark R. Hafner, City Manager

From:                     Alonzo Liñán, Public Works Director

Subject:                     

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Consider a resolution approving an Agreement for Engineering Services with Baird, Hampton & Brown of Grapevine, Texas; for the purpose of providing Phase 1 of the Master Drainage Plan for the Public Works Department; and authorizing the City Manager to execute all documents relating thereto on behalf of the City of Keller, Texas.

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Action Requested:                     

Consider a resolution approving an Agreement for Engineering Services with Baird, Hampton & Brown of Grapevine, Texas; for the purpose of providing Phase 1 of the Master Drainage Plan for the Public Works Department in the amount of $140,495.00.

 

Background:                     

The Master Drainage Plan was last updated in 1991 and should be updated about every 5 years.  Additionally, a condition assessment of the drainage system has never been done.  The Agreement is for Phase 1 of a three phase project.  Phases 2 and 3 are included in the 5 year Capital Improvements Program.

The work to be performed under Phase 1 of the project includes defining the overall drainage design parameters, establishing a centerline for the major creeks and channels, delineating sub-basins, generating soil type summaries for the major basins, performing a condition assessment of existing detention basins, creek and channels, generating  hydrologic modeling system models for the major creeks and updating existing models.

 

Financial Impact:

Funding is available in the Fiscal Year 2018-19 Drainage Utility System Capital Improvement Program Fund budget with funding from the Drainage Utility Fund.

 

Citizen Input/Board Review:                     

Not applicable

 

Legal Review:                       

The City Attorney has reviewed and approved the proposed resolution.

 

Alternatives:                     

City Council has the following alternatives:                       

-                     Approve as submitted

-                     Approve with changes

-                     Denial

 

Council Action:                     

Staff recommends approval of the proposed resolution as presented.