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File #: 3160   
Type: Consent Status: Adopted
File created: 7/15/2021 In control: Utility Services Department
On agenda: 8/3/2021 Final action: 8/3/2021
Title: Approval to Re-Advertise a Request for Proposals (RFP) for South Beaches Wastewater Treatment Facility (SBWWTF) Injection Well Rerating and MW-3 Repair
Subject:
Title
Approval to Re-Advertise a Request for Proposals (RFP) for South Beaches Wastewater Treatment Facility (SBWWTF) Injection Well Rerating and MW-3 Repair
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Fiscal Impact:
Funding for the SBWWTF Injection Well Rerating and MW-3 Repair is budgeted in the South Beaches Wastewater Plant Operations and Maintenance cost center. The current estimated cost of this evaluation and repair is $500,000.
Dept/Office:
Central Services/Purchasing Services
Requested Action:
Recommendation
It is requested the Board of County Commissioners approve and:
1. Authorize the re-advertisement Request for Proposal for South Beaches Wastewater Treatment Facility Injection Well Rerating and MW-3 Repair;
2. Authorize the Chair to execute all resulting contracts, contract amendments, and contract extension, as needed, upon review and approval by the County Attorney's Office, Risk Management, and Purchasing Services; and
3. Authorize the County Manager to approve any necessary budget change requests.
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Summary Explanation and Background:
The subject RFP was previously advertised in Nov 2020. Purchasing Services received one submission that was determined to be non-responsive.

The Brevard County Utility Services Department is seeking a qualified Contractor to repair Monitoring Well No. 3(MW-3) and perform a step injectivity test for the deep injection well (IW-1) at Brevard County's SBWWTF.

BCC-28 Policy, Pre-Qualification of Construction Bidders Prior to Award; as approved by the Board on December 8, 2020 will require the intended awardee to be pre-qualified before entering into a contract for the project.

SBWWTF currently operates a Class I injection system consisting of a deep injection well (IW-1) and two monitoring wells under FDEP UIC Permit No. 185898-004-UO/1M. The current system is permitted to dispose of non-hazardous, secondary treated domestic wastewater effluent from SBWWTF for a maximum disposal capacity of 9.0 million gallons per day (mgd). The in...

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