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File #: 15-12977    Version: 1 Name:
Type: Business Item Status: Agenda Ready
File created: 3/2/2020 In control: City Council Business Meeting
On agenda: 4/13/2020 Final action:
Title: Municipal Agreement for Relocation and Adjustment of Water and Sanitary Sewer Infrastructure
Attachments: 1. Resolution-Municipal Agreement for Relocation and Adjustment of Water and Sanitary Sewer Infrastructure, 2. Map-Municipal Agreement for Relocation and Adjustment of Water and Sanitary Sewer Infrastructure

Title

Municipal Agreement for Relocation and Adjustment of Water and Sanitary Sewer Infrastructure

 

Action

Action:

A.                     Adopt a resolution authorizing the City Manager to execute a Municipal Agreement with the Town of Huntersville for construction of water and sewer line relocations and adjustments (NCDOT Project U5908), and

 

B.                     Authorize the City Manager to approve payments to the Town of Huntersville in accordance with the Municipal Agreement.

 

Body

Staff Resource(s):

David Czerr, Charlotte Water

Ron Hargrove, Charlotte water

Carl Wilson, Charlotte Water

 

Explanation

§                     This project will add approximately 16,600 linear feet of 8 to 24-inch water lines and over 4,000 linear feet combined of 8 to 12-inch sanitary sewer lines along Huntersville-Concord, Old Statesville (NC115), and Mt. Holly-Huntersville (SR2004) Roads and Main Street (SR2452) within Mecklenburg County (adjacent to Council Districts 2 and 4).

§                     This is a North Carolina Department of Transportation (NCDOT) project that is being administered and partially funded by the Town of Huntersville.

§                     The NCDOT requires that the city enter into a Municipal Agreement for the relocation of city-owned water and sanitary sewer lines within NCDOT roadway projects prior to construction.

§                     The total cost of the water and sewer construction within the project is approximately $8,420,000 and is based on an engineer’s estimate of similar recent NCDOT projects.

§                     Should the actual cost be different from the estimated amount of this agreement, the City Manager will sign a Supplementary Agreement for the amount of the cost differential. Final invoice differences can be attributed to:

-                     Actual unit price bids being different than estimated,

-                     Changes in material costs between when the estimate was prepared and the completion of the project, and

-                     Required design modifications resulting from project changes.

 

Fiscal Note

Funding: Charlotte Water Capital Investment Plan

 

Attachments

Attachment(s)

Resolution

Map