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File #: 06-1036    Version: 1 Name: PW - Job Order Contracts (JOC)
Type: Contract Status: CCIS
File created: 10/3/2006 In control: City Council
On agenda: 10/10/2006 Final action: 10/10/2006
Title: Recommendation to adopt the 2006 Job Order Contract Document for Job Order Contracting (JOC); Authorize City Manager to execute agreements for a minimum amount of $50,000 and a maximum amount of $2,000,000 with New Creation Builders for JOC Contract No. 8 with a weighted average factor of 0.7520, and Athena Engineering, Inc., for JOC Contract No. 9 with a weighted average factor of 0.7310 for a term of one year; and Authorize City Manager to execute amendments for each JOC contract to extend the term for two separate periods of one year each and up to $2,000,000 per extended term. (Citywide)
Sponsors: Public Works
Indexes: Contracts
Attachments: 1. 101006-R-34sr.pdf
Related files: 29804_002, 29804_001, 29802_000, 29804_000, 29802_002, 29802_001, 10-0117
TITLE
Recommendation to adopt the 2006 Job Order Contract Document for Job Order Contracting (JOC);

Authorize City Manager to execute agreements for a minimum amount of $50,000 and a maximum amount of $2,000,000 with New Creation Builders for JOC Contract No. 8 with a weighted average factor of 0.7520, and Athena Engineering, Inc., for JOC Contract No. 9 with a weighted average factor of 0.7310 for a term of one year; and

Authorize City Manager to execute amendments for each JOC contract to extend the term for two separate periods of one year each and up to $2,000,000 per extended term. (Citywide)

DISCUSSION
On June 17, 2003 and January 4, 2005 (see attached), the City Council authorized multiple contracts for as-needed construction services (Job Order Contracting or "JOC"). Each contract was awarded for a one-year term and up to $1,000,000 with two renewal options of one year each and up to $1,000,000 per year. JOC, which utilizes a competitively bid, firm-price master contract, is a comprehensive procurement system designed to help public agencies provide routine construction services more rapidly and at a lower cost than the traditional system of contracting. Each JOC contract includes a detailed collection of repair and construction tasks and specifications that have established unit prices. Work is accomplished by issuing individual work orders to a contractor for each job or project.

The 2006 JOC Contract Document contains general provisions, technical specifications and the Construction Task Catalog (CTC) that contains unit prices for more than 60,000 construction tasks. Based on the general provisions, technical specifications and the CTC, the City invited contractors to competitively bid adjustment factors. The adjustment factor is a percentage applied to the CTC unit prices, and includes the work to be done and the contractor's profit and overhead costs. The contractor with the lowest weighted average adjustment factor is recommended for award of ...

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