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Contract - Brown & Gay Engineers, Inc. - 11/16/2023 STATE OF TEXAS § COUNTY OF WILLIAMSON § SUPPLEMENTAL CONTRACT NO. 8 TO CONTRACT FOR ENGINEERING SERVICES FIRM: BROWN & GAY ENGINEERS, INC. ("Engineer") ADDRESS: 101 West Louis Henna Boulevard, Suite 400,Austin, TX 78728 PROJECT: Gattis School Road Segment 6 This Supplemental Contract No. 8 to Contract for Engineering Services is made by and between the City of Round Rock, Texas, hereinafter called the "City" and Brown & Gay Engineers, Inc., hereinafter called the "Engineer." WHEREAS, the City and Engineer executed a Contract for Engineering Services, hereinafter called the "Contract," on the 11th day of February, 2016 for the Gattis School Road Segment 6 Project in the amount of$482,439.90; and WHEREAS,the City and Engineer executed Supplemental Contract No. 1 to the Contract on May 10, 2018 by Resolution No. R-2018-5420 modifying the scope of services and increasing the compensation by $401.872.25 for a total of$884,312.15; and WHEREAS, the City and Engineer executed Supplemental Contract No. 2 to the Contract on October 1, 2018 to modify the provisions for the scope of services and to increase the compensation by $8,540.00 for a total of$892,852.15; and WHEREAS, the City and Engineer executed Supplemental Contract No. 3 to the Contract on September 12, 2019 to modify the provisions for the scope of services and to increase the compensation by $177,053.00 to a total of$1,069,905.15; and WHEREAS, the City and Engineer executed Supplemental Contract No. 4 to the Contract on January 23, 2020 to modify the provisions for the scope of services and to increase the compensation by $119,914.00 to a total of$1,189,819.15; and WHEREAS, the City and Engineer executed Supplemental Contract No. 5 to the Contract on December 2, 2020 to modify the provisions for the scope of services and to increase the compensation by $216,816.50 to a total of$1,406,635.65; and WHEREAS, the City and Engineer executed Supplemental Contract No. 6 to the Contract on March 26,2021 to modify the provisions for the scope of services and to increase the compensation by $25,190.00 to a total of$1,431,825.65; and Supplemental Contract Rev.06/16 0199.1602;4861-0470-2089 84275 R-2023 -3�p , WHEREAS, the City and Engineer executed Supplemental Contract No. 7 to the Contract on March 10,2022 to modify the provisions for the scope of services and to increase the compensation by $88,390.00 to a total of$1,520,215.65; and WHEREAS,it has become necessary to amend the Contract to modify the provisions for the scope of services and to increase the compensation by $125,704.00 to a total of$1,645,919.65; NOW THEREFORE,premises considered, the City and the Engineer agree that said Contract is amended as follows: I. Article 1, City Services and Exhibit A, City Services shall be amended as set forth in the attached Addendum To Exhibit A. II. Article 2, Engineering Services and Exhibit B, Engineering Services shall be amended as set forth in the attached Addendum to Exhibit B. Exhibit C, Work Schedule shall be amended as set forth in the attached Addendum to Exhibit C. III. Article 4, Compensation and Exhibit D, Fee Schedule shall be amended by increasing by $125,704.00 the lump sum amount payable under the Contract for a total of $1,645,919.65, as shown by the attached Addendum to Exhibit D. IN WITNESS WHEREOF,the City and the Engineer have executed this Supplemental Contract in duplicate. [signature pages follow] Supplemental Contract Rev.06/16 0199.1602;4861-0470-2089 84275 2 BROWN & GAY ENGINEERS, INC. By: C2uL A-) g6,gTaAd- Erin N.Gonzal 10/23/2023 Date Supplemental Contract Rev.06/16 0199.1602;4861-0470-2089 84275 3 CITY OF ROUND ROCK APPROVED AS TO FORM: Craig rgan, ayor Stephanie L. Sandre, City Attorney 23 Date Supplemental Contract Rev.06/16 0199.1602;4861-0470-2089 84275 4 ADDENDUM TO EXHIBIT A CITY SERVICES • City of Round Rock will provide digital design files for development/roadway projects to the Engineer, as needed. • City of Round Rock will provide any records available which would assist in the completion of the project development. • City of Round Rock will provide timely reviews and decisions necessary to maintain the project work schedule. Gattis School Road City of Round Rock From Red Bud Lane to Via Sonoma Trail Exhibit B-8 Services to be Provided by the Engineer ADDENDUM TO EXHIBIT B ENGINEERING SERVICES The work to be performed by the ENGINEER under this contract consists of providing engineering services required for the development of construction plans for the widening and reconstruction of Gattis School Road from Red Bud Lane to Via Sonoma Trail and along Red Bud Lane approximately 500' south of Gattis School Road. The project consists of reconstructing approximately 0.65 miles of the existing 4-lane roadway section to a 6-lane divided facility and adding a right turn lane on Red Bud Lane. This project involves surveying, engineering analyses, and associated details necessary to produce PS&E to a 100% design, including bidding & award services, and construction phase support. The ENGINEER shall perform all work and prepare all deliverables in accordance with the latest version of the City of Round Rock criteria. The ENGINEER shall perform quality control and quality assurance (QA/QC) on all deliverables associated with this project. The ENGINEER shall provide traffic control in accordance with the Texas Manual on Uniform Traffic Control Devices (TMUTCD) when performing onsite activities associated with this contract. RIGHT OF WAY DATA (Function Code 130) 1. Utility Coordination (Halff Associates, Inc.) E. The Engineer shall perform all Subsurface Utility Engineering (SUE), Utility Coordination, and Utility Engineering services for approximately twelve (15)utilities as listed below: Underground • AT&T—Telephone • AT&T—Fiber Optic Cable • Grande Communications—Fiber Optic Cable • Round Rock ISD—Fiber Optic Cable • City of Round Rock—Water • City of Round Rock—Wastewater • City of Round Rock—Lighting/traffic signal • Time Warner Cable—Cable TV • Atmos Energy—Gas • Oncor Electric Delivery—Electric • Manville WSC—Water • Windermere Utility Co. —Wastewater • Zayo • Altice Sudden Link • Google Fiber—Fiber Optic Cable Sheet 1 of 8 Gattis School Road City of Round Rock From Red Bud Lane to Via Sonoma Trail Exhibit B-8 Services to be Provided by the Engineer F. The work to be performed by the Engineer under this contract shall consist of providing engineering services required for SUE, Utility Coordination and Utility Engineering on the Gattis School Road Project. The existing utility file will be referenced into the current roadway design sheets to create a test hole location work plan. A sketch of the area to be included for the proposed test hole locations "Level A"will be provided prior to the start of the work and must be approved by the City of Round Rock. G. These services include SUE, utility adjustment coordination activities including but not limited to, meeting and contact with utilities on the project, initial project notifications,preparation of existing utility layouts,providing progress reports, preparation of contact lists, reviewing conflicts between the utilities and the proposed project, and creation of a utility conflict list. The above list of services is general in nature and should not be considered inclusive to the engineer's responsibilities, as listed in the following scope. H. Subsurface Utility Engineering (SUE) including utility investigations subsurface and above ground prepared in accordance with AASHTO standards [ASCE C-13 8- 02] 38- 02] and Utility Quality Levels as follows. i. Utility Quality Levels are defined in cumulative order(least to greatest) as follows: a. Quality Level D - Existing Records: Utilities are plotted from review of available existing records. b. Quality Level C - Surface Visible Feature Survey: Quality level "D" information from existing records is combined with surveyed surface- visible features (performed by surveyor). Includes Quality Level D information. If there are variances in the designated work area of Level D then a new schematic or plan layout, if needed, is required showing the limits of the proposed project and limits of the work area required for this work authorization; including highway stations, limits within existing or proposed right of way, additional areas outside the proposed right of way, and distances or areas to be included down existing intersecting roadways. C. Quality Level B - Designate: Two-dimensional horizontal mapping. This information is obtained through the application and interpretation of appropriate non-destructive surface geophysical methods. Incorporates quality levels C and D information to produce Quality Level B.If there are variances in the designated work area of Level D then a new schematic or plan layout, if needed, is required showing the limits of the proposed project and limits of the work area required for this work authorization; including highway stations, limits within existing or proposed right of way, additional areas outside the proposed right of way, and distances or areas to be included down existing intersecting roadways. d. Quality Level A - Locate (Test Hole): Three-dimensional mapping and other characterization data. This information is obtained through exposing utility facilities through test holes. Actual locations are tied to survey control (performed by surveyor). Incorporates quality levels B, C and D information to produce Quality Level A. ii. Designate Quality Level B),Designate means to indicate the horizontal location of Sheet 2 of 8 Gattis School Road City of Round Rock From Red Bud Lane to Via Sonoma Trail Exhibit B-8 Services to be Provided by the Engineer underground utilities by the application and interpretation of appropriate non- destructive surface geophysical techniques.Designate(Quality Level B)Services are inclusive of Quality levels C and D. The UC shall: a. As requested by the City, compile"As Built"information from plans,plats and other location data as provided by the utility owners. b. Coordinate with utility owner when utility owner's policy is to designate their own facilities at no cost for preliminary survey purposes.The Engineer shall examine utility owner's work to ensure accuracy and completeness. C. Designate, record and mark the horizontal location of the existing utility facilities using non-destructive surface geophysical techniques.No storm sewer facilities are to be designated. A non-water base paint,utilizing the American Public Works Association(APWA)color code scheme,must be used on all surface markings of underground utilities. d. Correlate utility owner records with designating data and resolve discrepancies using professional judgment. A color-coded composite utility facility plan with utility owner names, quality levels, line sizes and subsurface utility locate (test hole) locations, if applicable shall be submitted. It is understood that the line sizes of designated utility facilities detailed on the deliverable are from the best available records and that an actual line size is normally determined from a test hole vacuum excavation. A note must be placed on the designate deliverable that states "lines sizes are from best available records".All above ground appurtenance locations must be included in the deliverable. This information shall be provided in AutoCadd Civil 3D format. The electronic file shall be delivered on CD. A hard copy is required and must be sealed and dated by Halff. e. Clearly identify all utilities that were discovered from quality levels C and D investigation but cannot be depicted in quality level B standards. These utilities must have a unique line style and symbology in the designate (Quality Level B) deliverable. iii. Subsurface Utility Locate Test Hole) Service (Quality Level A) (Up to 4 Test Holes),Locate means to obtain precise horizontal and vertical position,material type, condition,size and other data that may be obtainable about the utility facility and its surrounding environment through exposure by non-destructive excavation techniques that ensures the integrity of the utility facility. Subsurface Utility Locate (Test Hole)Services(Quality Level A)are inclusive of Quality Levels B,C,and D. The Engineer shall: a. Review requested test hole locations and advise the City of Round Rock in the development of an appropriate locate(test hole)work plan relative to the existing utility infrastructure and proposed highway design elements. b. Coordinate with utility owner inspectors as may be required by law or utility owner policy. C. Neatly cut and remove existing pavement material,such that the cut not to exceed 0.10 square meters (1.076 square feet)unless unusual circumstances exist. d. Measure and record the following data on an appropriately formatted test Sheet 3 of 8 Gattis School Road City of Round Rock From Red Bud Lane to Via Sonoma Trail Exhibit B-8 Services to be Provided by the Engineer hole data sheet that has been sealed and dated by the Engineer: i. Elevation of top and/or bottom of utility tied to the datum of the furnished plan. (Provided by surveyor) ii. Identify a minimum of two benchmarks utilized. Elevations shall be within an accuracy of 15mm (.591 inches) of utilized benchmarks. (Provided by surveyor) iii. Elevation of existing grade over utility at test hole location. (Provided by surveyor) iv. Horizontal location referenced to project coordinate datum. (Provided by surveyor) V. Outside diameter of pipe or width of duct banks and configuration of non-encased multi-conduit systems. vi. Utility facility material(s). vii. Utility facility condition. viii. Pavement thickness and type. ix. Coating/Wrapping information and condition. X. Unusual circumstances or field conditions. e. Excavate test holes in such a manner as to prevent any damage to wrappings,coatings,cathodic protection or other protective coverings and features. f. Be responsible for any damage to the utility during the locating process. In the event of damage, the Engineer shall stop work, notify the appropriate utility facility owner, City of Round Rock, and appropriate regulatory agencies. The regulatory agencies include but are not limited to the Railroad Commission of Texas and the Texas Commission on Environmental Quality. The Engineer will not resume work until the utility facility owner has determined the corrective action to be taken. The Engineer shall be liable for costs involved in the repair or replacement of the utility facility. g. Back fill excavations with appropriate material, compact backfill by mechanical means, and restore pavement and surface material. The Engineer shall be responsible for the integrity of the backfill and surface restoration for a period of three years. Install a marker ribbon throughout the backfill. h. Furnish and install a permanent above ground marker directly above center line of the utility facility. i. Provide complete restoration of work site and landscape to equal or better condition than before excavation. If a work site and landscape is not appropriately restored,the Engineer shall return to correct the condition at no extra charge to the City of Round Rock. j. Plot utility location position information to scale. I. Utility Adiustment Coordination including utility coordination meetings with individual utility companies, and communication and coordination with utilities. i. The Utility Coordinator shall perform utility coordination and liaison activities with involved utility owners, their consultants, and the City of Round Rock to achieve timely project notifications, formal coordination meetings, conflict Sheet 4 of 8 Gattis School Road City of Round Rock From Red Bud Lane to Via Sonoma Trail Exhibit B-8 Services to be Provided by the Engineer analysis and resolution. a. The Utility Coordinator shall coordinate all activities with the City of Round Rock,or their designee,to facilitate the orderly progress and timely completion of the design phase. The Utility Coordinator will be responsible for the following: b. The Utility Coordinator shall provide initial project notification letters to all affected utility companies, owners, and other concerned parties, if needed. C. The Utility Coordinator shall provide the City of Round Rock and all affected utility companies and owners a Utility Contact List for each project with all information such as: (a) Owner's Name; (b) Contact Person; (c) Telephone Numbers; (d) Emergency Contact Number; (e) E-mail addresses; (f) as well as all pertinent information concerning their respective affected utilities and facilities, including but not limited to: size, number of poles, material, and other information which readily identifies the utilities companies' facilities. d. The Utility Coordinator shall advise utility companies and owners of the general characteristics of the Project and provide an illustration of the project footprint for mark-up of the utility facility locations that occupy the project area. e. The Utility Coordinator shall coordinate which utilities will conflict with roadway construction and make the utility company aware of these conflicts. f. The Utility Coordinator shall respond to request for information (RFI)'s as needed during the utility construction phase. g. The Utility Coordinator shall monitor the utility adjustments status on a monthly basis and provide regular status updates. J. Utility Engineering The Engineer will provide engineering services required for the development of construction plans of Two 4-inch conduits for future fiber optic cable installation with pull boxes approximately every 500 feet. Conduit plans will be developed along Gattis School Road beginning at Via Sonoma Trail and ending at Red Bud Lane. The conduit plans will include lateral conduit connections between the conduit backbone and pull boxes located traffic signal cabinets. Lateral conduit connections to the traffic signal cabinets will utilize existing crossing locations already designed for proposed traffic signals at the following Gattis Sheet 5 of 8 Gattis School Road City of Round Rock From Red Bud Lane to Via Sonoma Trail Exhibit B-8 Services to be Provided by the Engineer School Road cross streets: i. Via Sonoma Trail ii. Lake Forest Drive iii. High County Boulevard iv. Red Bud Lane FIELD SURVEYING (Function Code 150) (Inland Geodetics) 1. General A. Surveys provided will be in accordance with the "Texas State Board of Land Surveying" and the applicable City of Round Rock regulations. B. Survey field notes will be submitted if requested by the City of Round Rock. C. Survey control (vertical and horizontal) captured and established during the initial phase will be utilized. D. Perform ROW staking as requested by the City of Round Rock. E. Verify and compare previously located utility data with current ground conditions. The Surveyor will contact the One-Call System in advance of performing field surveys to attempt data collection includes ties to location of marked utilities (if needed). This task does not always allow for timing of markings with the survey activities. Reasonable attempts to coordinate with utility owners will be made to achieve efficiency in data collection. Historically, results in this task have been marginal and there may cause to seek additional compensation for repeated trips to the project site to complete this effort. ROADWAY DESIGN CONTROLS (Function Code 160) 1. 100% Design Development Perform the following items to incorporate a portion of the Red Bud South project into the plans. A. Geometric Design—Revise the horizontal alignment; vertical profile; pavement cross slopes; front slope, back slope, and ditch configuration that meet acceptable design criteria and remain within the limits of the proposed ROW. B. Design Cross Sections —Develop roadway cross sections associated with the proposed horizontal alignment and vertical profile in accordance with acceptable design criteria. C. Typical Sections—Prepare existing and proposed typical sections. D. Plan & Profile Drawings (1"=100')—Drawings to include critical basemap information, control and benchmark data,proposed roadway improvements including horizontal and vertical roadway geometry, pavement edge geometry, drainage, Sheet 6 of 8 Gattis School Road City of Round Rock From Red Bud Lane to Via Sonoma Trail Exhibit B-8 Services to be Provided by the Engineer grading and miscellaneous improvements. E. Alignment Data Sheets—Prepare horizontal and vertical alignment data sheets with the Geopak baseline descriptions. F. Earthwork Quantities—Prepare final cut/fill and general earthwork calculations to support design elements and roadway construction efforts. DRAINAGE (Function Code 161) 100% PS&E: A. Develop storm water hydrology for the existing and ultimate roadway section throughout the limits of the project. The model shall incorporate the 10%, 4% and 1% annual chance storm (10-year, 25-year, and 100-year) events. Modeling shall develop storm water flows to all cross culverts and roadway conveyances. Based on the data developed, drainage infrastructure shall be designed for the project area to include a level of detail sufficient to establish cost estimates and required easements and possession and use agreements for the construction of the proposed drainage structures and channel improvements. B. Develop designs for proposed storm water collection systems for the proposed curb- and-gutter portion of the project area. Storm sewer designs shall be developed using Geopak Drainage. C. Identify potential utility conflicts based on design for the project area. D. Develop locations for detention facilities if applicable. E. Coordinate the design with the City of Round Rock. MISCELLANEOUS (ROADWAY) (Function Code 163) Repackage 100%PS&E for re-letting. A. Traffic Control Plans (TCP)—Prepare Sequence of Phased Construction. Prepare TCP cross sections to identify temporary pavement needs. Identify impacts to existing drainage. TCP will be presented in construction plans. B. Cost Estimates—Prepare updated construction cost estimates at each milestone submittal. BID PHASE SERVICES (Function Code 170) A. Project Manual Development—Prepare project manual utilizing front-end documents and specifications provided by City(TxDOT or COA can be used as needed) including bid items, contract, and special conditions. B. Provide bidding support services, including assistance with responding to bidder questions, attend pre-bid meeting, and prepare minutes. Agenda will be prepared by Sheet 7 of 8 Gattis School Road City of Round Rock From Red Bud Lane to Via Sonoma Trail Exhibit B-8 Services to be Provided by the Engineer the City. C. Prepare Responses to Bidders' questions. D. Tabulate, evaluate bids, and make apparent low bidder award recommendation. CONSTRUCTION PHASE SUPPORT SERVICES (Function Code 309) A. Engineer shall provide construction support services, including assistance with responding to contractor questions, attend pre-construction meeting, and prepare minutes. Agenda will be prepared by the City. B. Assist City with Shop Drawing and material review and approval (assume 16 submittals) C. Assist City with preparation of Change Orders, Alternate Design or Additional Design Details D. Respond to Questions related to the Plans - The Engineer shall be available to respond to questions related to the plans and specifications as needed throughout the duration of the construction. The Engineer will document each question in sufficient detail, formulate a response and submit a written version of the response to the City for distribution to all involved parties. Estimate assumes no more than ten (10) Requests for Information. E. The Engineer representative to attend site visits as needed at the request of the City, estimated at eight(8) site visits, not included are visits to resolve E&O issues. F. At the completion of pond construction, the City will provide survey information for the pond locations or modifications. With the City survey information, the Engineer will provide certification that the ponds were constructed per plan. G. The Engineer shall not at any time supervise, direct, control, or have authority over any contractor's work, nor shall Engineer have authority over or be responsible for the means, methods, techniques, sequences, or procedures of construction selected or used by any contractor, or the safety precautions and programs incident thereto, for security or safety at the construction site, nor for any failure of a contractor to comply with Laws and Regulations applicable to such contractor's furnishing and performing of his work. The Engineer will not bear any responsibility or liability for defects or deficiencies of the contractor. Sheet 8 of 8 ADDENDUM EXHIBIT C WORK SCHEDULE DATE MILESTONE October 2023 —March 2024 Coordinate with Utilities January 2024 Letting April 2024 Award Construction Contract-NTP Construction April 2024—April 2026 Construction Phase Services ADDENDUM TO EXHIBIT D FEE SCHEDULE Attached Behind This Page PROJECT NAME: GATTIS SCHOOL RD EXHIBIT D-8- FEE SCHEDULE FROM RED BUD LN TO VIA SONOMA TRL FC DESCRIPTION BGE Halff Inland TOTAL FC 110 ROUTE AND DESIGN STUDIES $0.00 $0.00 FC 120 ENVIRONMENTAL $0.00 $0.00 FC 130 ROW $0.00 $26,310.00 $26,310.00 FC 145 GENERAL MANAGEMENT/COORDINATION $0.00 $0.00 FC 150 FIELD SURVEYING AND PHOTOGRAMMETRY $0.00 $5,412.00 $5,412.00 FC 160 ROADWAY DESIGN CONTROLS $9,671.00 $9,671.00 FC 161 DRAINAGE $33,272.00 $33,272.00 FC 162 SIGNING, PAVEMENT MARKINGS, AND SIGNALIZATION $0.00 FC 163 MISCELLANEOUS ROADWAY $16,177.00 $16,177.00 FC 170 BID PHASE SERVICES $18,474.00 $18,474.00 FC 309 CONSTRUCTION PHASE SUPPORT SERVICES $16,388.00 $16,388.00 EXPENSES $0.00 1 $0.00 F-- TOTAL $93,982.00 $26,310.00 $5,412.00 1 $125,704.00 BROWN GAY ENGINEERS,INC. EXHIBIT D-1-FEE SCHEDULE PROJECT NAME: GATTIS SCHOOL RD FROM RED BUD LN TO VIA SONOMA TRL TASK DESCRIPTION Senior Project Project EIT Senior Senior Senior ENV Admin/ Total TOTAL LABOR Project Mgr Manager Engineer Engineer Tech CADD Op ENV Scientist Clerical HRS.&COSTS FC 110 ROUTE AND DESIGN STUDIES 0 $0.00 Data collection $0.00 Review of data $0.00 Complete design summary form $0.00 Route studies $0.00 CAMPO Application Assistance 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 $0.00 FC 120 ENVIRONMENTAL COMPLIANCE AND PUBLIC INVOLVEMENT 0 $0.00 1.Data Collection and Environmental Constraints Mapping 0 $0.00 2.TxDOT Environmental Scoping Documentation 0 $0.00 3.Archeological Background Study Technical Report 0 $0.00 4.Historic Structures Project Coordination Request Form 0 $0.00 5.Water Resources Technical Report 0 $0.00 6.Biological Evaluation and Tier 1 Form 0 $0.00 7.Hazardous Materials Initial Site Assessment 0 $0.00 8.Traffic Noise Analysis 0 $0.00 Coordination with TxDOT on ENV 0 $0.00 Public involvement General public outreach 0 $0.00 Public meetings 0 $0.00 1 on 1 meetings with key stakeholders 0 $0.00 Community meetings with HOAs 0 $0.00 FC 130 RIGHT OF WAY DATA 0 $0.00 Utility coordination 0 $0.00 FC 145 PROJECT MANAGEMENT $0.00 Meetings 0 $0.00 General contract administration 0 $0.00 LGPP Checklist 0 $0.00 FC 160 ROADWAY DESIGN CONTROLS $9,671.00 Final Design Development Geometric design 0 $0.00 Revisions to Alignment at project limits 0 $0.00 Design cross sections util conflict 0 $0.00 100%PS&E-Red Bud Update Typical Sections 1 2 2 6 5 16 $2,059.00 Plan&Profile Drawings 1 6 8 10 25 $3,473.00 Alignment Data Sheets 1 2 2 8 13 $1,673.00 Earthwork Quantities 2 4 4 8 18 $2,466.00 Identi potential utility conflicts/adjustments 0 $0.00 FC 161 DRAINAGE $33,272.00 External storm water hydrology(ex/prop) 0 $0.00 Internal storm water hydrology(ex/prop) 1 3 3 4 2 13 $1,821.00 HEC-RAS designs for all cross drainage(ex/prop) 0 $0.00 Hydraulic Data Sheets 0 $0.00 Culvert Layout P&P Sheets 0 $0.00 Geo ak Drainage design for proposed storm sewer(ex/prop) 4 16 16 24 16 76 $10,292.00 Storm Sewer P&P Sheets 4 12 16 32 40 104 $13,116.00 Hydraulic Data Sheets-SS 2 4 8 6 20 $2,542.00 Avoid potential utility conflicts/adjustments 6 8 6 20 $2,808.00 Detention Design 1 2 4 2 3 12 $1,675.00 Coordinate design with the CoRR staff 2 2 2 6 $1,018.00 BROWN GAY ENGINEERS,INC. EXHIBIT D-1-FEE SCHEDULE PROJECT NAME: GATTIS SCHOOL RD FROM RED BUD LN TO VIA SONOMA TRL TASK DESCRIPTION Senior Project Project EIT Senior Senior Senior ENV Admin/ TOTAL LABOR Proiect M r Manager Engineer Engineer Tech CADD Op ENV Scientist Clerical HRS.&COSTS FC 162 SIGNING,PAVEMENT MARKINGS,AND SIGNALIZATION $0.00 Signing&Pavement Markings plan sheets and details 0 $0.00 Proposed Traffic Signal layouts and details 0 $0.00 Quantity Summary sheets 0 $0.00 FC 163 MISCELLANEOUS ROADWAY $16,177.00 Traffic control plans(TCP)-Construction Narrative/Phased Construction 1 2 3 3 9 $1,317.00 Traffic control plans(TCP)-Phased Layouts 2 4 3 8 6 23 $3,100.00 Traffic control plans(TCP)-Cross Sections 1 1 2 2 6 $895.00 Traffic control plans(TCP)-Temp Signal analysis 0 $0.00 Title Sheet/Project La out/Misc Drawings 0 $0.00 Cost estimates 1 2 5 6 14 $1,923.00 Illumination Photometric Stud Modeled in AGI 32 0 $0.00 Illumination Layout Roll Plot w/light intensity measurements 0 $0.00 Illumination Circuit Design,Layouts,and Details 0 $0.00 Plan Change Coordination for ITS Conduit 0 $0.00 Specification Development 0 $0.00 Re-package plans for advertisement 2 6 10 16 18 52 $6,614.00 Update standards 2 6 12 20 $2,328.00 0 $0.00 FC 170 BID PHASE SERVICES $18,474.00 Project Manual Development(Updates) 2 4 4 20 2 32 $4,036.00 Pre-bid Meeting Attendance 2 2 2 6 $936.00 Respond to Bidders'Questions 4 12 32 40 88 $11,804.00 Bid tabulations&Award 2 4 4 10 $1,698.00 FC 309 CONSTRUCTION PHASE SUPPORT SERVICES $16,388.00 Pre-Construction Meeting Attendance 2 2 2 2 8 $1,156.00 Site Visits 4 ea 8 8 8 1 24 $4,072.00 Shop Drawings/Submittals Review 8 ea 2 8 6 8 24 $3,550.00 Change Orders review and processing 0 $0.00 Respond to Contractor Questions(RFIs)(10 ea 8 12 18 10 2 50 $7,610.00 Project Walk-Thru/Close-out 0 $0.00 HOURS SUB-TOTALS 56 124 148 202 151 0 0 0 8 689 689 CONTRACT RATE PER HOUR $225.00 $174.00 $138.00 $110.00 $110.00 $90.00 $195.00 $130.00 $69.00 TOTAL LABOR COSTS $12,600.00 $21,576.00 $20,424.00 $22,220.00 $16,610.00 $0.00 $0.00 $0.00 $552.00 $93,982.00 SUBTOTAL $93,982.00 TOTAL TOTAL Senior Project Project Senior Senior Senior ENV Admin/ FUNCTION CODE TOTAL COSTS DIRECT LABOR Project Manager Engineer EIT Engineer CADD ENV Scientist Clerical TOTAL MH BY FC EXPENSE COSTS Manager Tech O erator $93,982.00 $0.00 $93,982.00 56 124 148 202 151 0 0 0 8 689 689 0 SUBTOTAL LABOR HOURS 56 124 148 202 151 0 0 0 8 689 689 SUBTOTAL LABOR EXPENSES 1 $93,982.00 1 $0.00 1 $93,982.00 8.1% 18.0% 1 21.5% 1 29.3% 21.9% 0.0% 1 0.0% 1 0.0% 1.2% BROWN GAY ENGINEERS,INC. EXHIBIT D-1-FEE SCHEDULE PROJECT NAME: GATTIS SCHOOL RD FROM RED BUD LN TO VIA SONOMA TRL OTHER DIRECT EXPENSES QUANTITY UNIT RATE Milea e 0 mile $ 0.56 $0.00 Photocopies B/W 11"X 17" 0 each $ 0.20 $0.00 Photocopies Color 8 1/2"X 11" 0 each $ 0.75 $0.00 Photocopies Color 11"X 17" 0 each $ 1.25 $0.00 Geosearch hazmat 0 each $ 500.00 $0.00 Lar e Format Plottin 0 SF $ 2.25 $0.00 SUBTOTAL DIRECT EXPENSES SUMMARY TOTAL LABOR COSTS $93,982.00 NON-SALARY OTHER DIRECT EXPENSES $0.00 GRAND TOTAL $93,982.00 HALFF&ASSOCIATES EXHIBIT D-FEE SCHEDULE PROJECT NAME:GATTIS SCHOOL RD FROM RED BUD LN TO VIA SONOMA TRL PRINCIPAL PROJECT SR PROJECT DESIGN EIT SENIOR UTILITY CARD/ SURVEY SURVEY 2 MAN SUE 1 MAN 2 MAN 2 MAN LERICAL TOTAL LABOR TASK/DESCRIPTION MANAGER ENGINEER ENGINEER ENGINEER UTILITY COORDINATOR GIS iAANAGEF TECH SURVEY FIELDSUE SUE LOCATING /ADMIN MAN- CHARGES COORDINATOR RPLS CREW ANAGE CREW CREW CREW HOURS TASK 1 SUBSURFACE UTILITY ENGINEERING(SUE) SUE FOR CONSTRUCTION PHASE 0 $0 0 $0 SUBTOTAL HOURS/COSTS 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 TASK 2 UTILITY ADJUSTMENT COORDINATION MEETINGS/COORDINATION 10 14 80 4 108 $16,810 RESPOND TO RFI's 0 $0 SUBTOTAL HOURS/COSTS 0 1 0 10 14 0 0 0 80 0 1 0 0 1 0 0 1 0 1 0 4 1 0 108 16810 TASK 3 UTILITY ENGINEERING EXISTING UTILITY LAYOUT/CONFLICT ANALYSIS 6 40 4 50 $7,860 MEETINGS(1 public,up to 12 individual) 0 $0 CONDUIT DESIGN-ITS 4 6 12 $1,640 SUBTOTAL HOURS/COSTS 0 0 0 10 8 0 0 40 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 4 0 62 $9,500 FEE SUMMARY 0 TASK 1 SUBSURFACE UTILITY ENGINEERING(SUE) 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 $0 TASK 2 UTILITY ADJUSTMENT COORDINATION 0 0 10 14 0 0 0 80 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 4 0 108 $16,810 TASK 3 UTILITY ENGINEERING 0 0 0 10 8 1 0 1 0 t 40 1 0 1 0 1 0 1 0 1 0 1 0 1 0 1 4 1 0 fit 1 $9.500 TOTAL HOURS 0 0 10 24 8 0 0 120 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 8 0 170 RATES f $225.00 $185.00 $175.00 $150.00 $130.00 $100.00 $170.00 $150.00 $85.00 $175.00 $90.00 $140.00 $115.00 $70.00 $140.00 $24(.00 $65.00 BASE SALARIES&REIMB'S TOTAL $0 $0 $1,750 $3,600 $1,040 $0 $O $18,000 $0 $0 $0 $0 $0 $0 $0 $0 $26,310 SUE Level A(EA) 0.00 It to 3.50 It $1,000.00 $0 Over 3.50 ft to 10.00 It $1,250.00 $0 Over 10.00 ft to 15.00 ft $1,500.00 $0 Over 15.00 ft io 20.00 It $1,800.00 $0 Over 20.00 ft $2,250.00 $0 Subtotal $0 INLAND GEODETICS EXHIBIT D-1- FEE SCHEDULE PROJECT NAME: GATTIS SCHOOL RD FROM RED BUD LN TO VIA SONOMA TRL SERVICE 2 CREW 3 CREW 4 CREW ADD PM RPLS 1GPS TECH GPS TECH ADMIN TOTAL RATE / HOUR $138 $160 $183 $42 $136 $132 $118 $98 $98 $54 ROE $ SITE VISITS (TASK 2) $ - 50.1 -ADMIM MOBILIZE 0 HRS 0 HRS 0 HRS 0 HRS 0 HRS 0 HRS 0 HRS 0 HRS 0 HRS 0 HRS $ - ADDNL FIELD SURVEY $ - DELIVERABLES $ - 50.2 - FIELD SURVEYING 0 HRS 0 HRS 0 HRS 0 HRS 0 HRS 0 HRS 0 HRS 0 HRS 0 HRS 0 HRS $ - BOUNDARY ANALYSIS $ - SECONDARY FIELD SURVEY 24 HRS 3 HRS 12 HRS $ 5,412.00 ROW ACQ PARCEL PROD $ - ROW ACQ PARCEL REV (1) $ - ROW MONUMENTATION $ - 50.3 - ROW ACQ TASKS 0 HRS 24 HRS 0 HRS 0 HRS 0 HRS 3 HRS 0 HRS 12 HRS 0 HRS 0 HRS $ 5,412.00 SUB-TOTAL 0 HRS 24 HRS 0 HRS 0 HRS 0 HRS 3 HRS 0 HRS 12 HRS 0 HRS 0 HRS $ 5,412.00 REIMBURSEABLE ITEMS $ - REIMBURSEABLE SERVICES 1 $ - ESTIMATED FEE $0 $3,840 $0 $0 $0 $396 $0 $1,176 $0 $0 $5,412.00 Cost Variables: Reimburseable Services Include: Reimburseable Fees Include: GPS Receivers $15 $0.00 SUPPLIES $0.00 Vehicle $60 $0.00 TITLES $0.00 ATV $55 $0.00 Total: $0.00 Total: $0.00