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File #: 15-15237    Version: 1 Name:
Type: Consent Item Status: Agenda Ready
File created: 2/11/2021 In control: City Council Business Meeting
On agenda: 4/26/2021 Final action:
Title: Building Automation HVAC Equipment, Supplies, and Installation
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Title
Building Automation HVAC Equipment, Supplies, and Installation

Action
Action:
A. Approve the purchase of building automation HVAC equipment, supplies, and installation from a cooperative contract,

B. Approve a unit price contract with Automated Logic Corporation Inc. for the purchase of building automation HVAC equipment, supplies, and installation for a term of three years under BuyBoard contract 631-20, December 1, 2020, and

C. Authorize the City Manager to extend the contract for additional terms as long as the cooperative contract is in effect, at prices and terms that are the same or more favorable than those offered under the cooperative contract.

Body
Staff Resource(s):
Phil Reiger, General Services
David Wolfe, General Services
John Mrzygod, General Services

Explanation
* General Services is responsible for maintaining a building portfolio that includes more than 150 buildings, including offices, fire stations, police division offices, equipment shops, parking structures, storage facilities, and other various buildings.
* Many of these facilities have building automation systems that are a computerized network of intelligent electronic devices designed to monitor and control various building systems and optimize their efficiency. These systems reduce the amount of energy needed to maintain buildings by controlling run times and maximum motor efficiencies.
* This contract will provide equipment, installation, services, and related supplies.
* G.S. 143-129(e)(3) allows local governments to purchase from formally organized cooperative purchasing contracts.
* A cooperative purchasing agreement results from the consolidation and competitive solicitation of multiple public agency requirements. By aggregating common needs all agencies are able to leverage economies of scale, such as volume discounts, improved terms and conditions, reduced administrative costs, and access to professional and technical expertise that can be utilized on a local,...

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