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File #: 20229    Version: 0 Name: Tfr Pavement condition assessment RFP 23-19
Type: Resolution Status: Passed
File created: 8/15/2019 In control: Public Works Committee
On agenda: 8/19/2019 Final action: 8/26/2019
Title: A RESOLUTION transferring $48,000.00 within the 2019 Special Road and Bridge Fund and awarding a contract for a pavement condition assessment to IMS Infrastructure Management Services, of Tempe, AZ, under the terms and conditions of Request for Proposals No. 23-19, at an actual cost to the County not to exceed $48,000.00.
Sponsors: Ronald E. Finley
Indexes: CONTRACT, PAVEMENT MAINTENANCE
Attachments: 1. 20229bu.pdf, 2. 20229adopt.pdf, 3. 20229 IMS Infrastructure Mgmt Consulting.pdf
IN THE COUNTY LEGISLATURE OF JACKSON COUNTY, MISSOURI


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A RESOLUTION transferring $48,000.00 within the 2019 Special Road and Bridge Fund and awarding a contract for a pavement condition assessment to IMS Infrastructure Management Services, of Tempe, AZ, under the terms and conditions of Request for Proposals No. 23-19, at an actual cost to the County not to exceed $48,000.00.

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RESOLUTION NO. 20229, August 19, 2019

INTRODUCED BY Ronald E. Finley, County Legislator


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WHEREAS, the Public Works Department has a requirement for a pavement condition assessment to gather data and determine effective methods to repair and maintain the paved roads in unincorporated Jackson County; and,

WHEREAS, the Director of Finance and Purchasing has solicited written proposals on Request for Proposals (RFP) No. 23-19 for these services; and,

WHEREAS, a total of thirty-three notifications were distributed and five responses received and evaluated as follows:
VENDOR EVALUATION POINTS

IMS Infrastructure 100
Management Services
Tempe, AZ

MDS Technologies 92
Park Ridge, IL




ERI Engineering & Research 69
International
Savoy, IL



Dynatest 66
Austin, TX


Anderson Engineering 24
Kansas City, MO
and,

WHEREAS, the Public Works Director also recommends the acquisition of two related items/services that were requested as options in the RFP, at a total additional cost of $8,100.00; and,

WHEREAS, pursuant to section 1054.6 of the Jackson County Code, the Director of Finance and Purchasing recommends the award of a contract for a pavement condition assessment, with optional items 11 and 12, to IMS Infrastructure Management Services, Tempe, AZ, under the terms and conditions of Request for Proposals 23-19, at an actual cost to the County not to exceed $48,000.00; and,

WHEREAS, a transfer is required in order to place the funds needed for this contract into the proper spending accounts; now therefore,


BE IT RESO...

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