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File #: 2019-0492    Version: 1 Name:
Type: Action Item Status: Passed
File created: 12/2/2019 In control: Board of Port Commissioners
On agenda: 2/11/2020 Final action: 2/11/2020
Title: RESOLUTION SELECTING AND AUTHORIZING AGREEMENTS WITH WOOD ENVIRONMENT & INFRASTRUCTURE SOLUTIONS, INC., DUDEK, AND WESTON SOLUTIONS FOR AS-NEEDED ENVIRONMENTAL ANALYTICAL SERVICES SUCH AS SEDIMENT AND WATER SAMPLE COLLECTION, LABORATORY AND TECHNICAL ANALYSIS, AND TECHNICAL REPORTING, IN AN AGGREGATE AMOUNT NOT TO EXCEED $1,500,000 FOR A PERIOD OF THREE YEARS. FY 2020 EXPENDITURES ARE BUDGETED; FUNDS REQUIRED FOR FUTURE FISCAL YEARS WILL BE BUDGETED IN THE APPROPRIATE FISCAL YEAR, SUBJECT TO BOARD APPROVAL UPON ADOPTION OF EACH FISCAL YEAR'S BUDGET
Attachments: 1. 3. 2019-0492 Attachment A, 2. 3. 2019-0492 Attachment B, 3. 3. 2019-0492 Attachment C, 4. 3. 2019-0492 Draft Resolution
DATE: February 11, 2020

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RESOLUTION SELECTING AND AUTHORIZING AGREEMENTS WITH WOOD ENVIRONMENT & INFRASTRUCTURE SOLUTIONS, INC., DUDEK, AND WESTON SOLUTIONS FOR AS-NEEDED ENVIRONMENTAL ANALYTICAL SERVICES SUCH AS SEDIMENT AND WATER SAMPLE COLLECTION, LABORATORY AND TECHNICAL ANALYSIS, AND TECHNICAL REPORTING, IN AN AGGREGATE AMOUNT NOT TO EXCEED $1,500,000 FOR A PERIOD OF THREE YEARS. FY 2020 EXPENDITURES ARE BUDGETED; FUNDS REQUIRED FOR FUTURE FISCAL YEARS WILL BE BUDGETED IN THE APPROPRIATE FISCAL YEAR, SUBJECT TO BOARD APPROVAL UPON ADOPTION OF EACH FISCAL YEAR'S BUDGET
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EXECUTIVE SUMMARY:

In furtherance of its environmental stewardship mission, the District conducts various environmental studies in San Diego Bay and on the District-managed land surrounding the bay. These studies are an integral part in understanding the chemical and physical condition of the bay environment. The studies may also be a requirement of environmental permitting or regulatory compliance. Consultants often assist the District with this work by providing technical expertise and analysis to ensure the most current industry-accepted methods and approaches are utilized.

Pursuant to BPC Policy No. 110, District staff issued a Request for Qualifications1 (RFQ) in September 2019 seeking up to three qualified firms to continue as-needed environmental analytical services. Three firms submitted proposals and were selected as finalists by staff. Based on the written proposals and a decision analysis process using the criteria stated in the RFQ, staff recommends that the Board of Port Commissioners (Board) select Wood Environment & Infrastructure Solutions, Inc. (Wood), Dudek, and Weston Solutions Inc. (Weston) for the as-needed Environmental Analytical Services agreement. All three firms are contracted through the current As-needed Environmental Analytical Services agreement and have performed well. Upon Board approval, Agreement #06-2020JR, #08-2020JR, and #07-202...

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