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File #: 21-0360    Version: 1
Type: Consent - Bids Status: Passed
File created: 6/18/2021 In control: City Council
On agenda: 7/13/2021 Final action: 7/13/2021
Title: Approval of plans and specifications for Reservoir 4 Exterior Cathodic Protection (CP) System Installation Project and authorization to advertise Bid No. 21-22.01.
Attachments: 1. Staff Report, 2. Location Map
TO: Honorable Mayor and Members of the City Council

THRU: Rick Otto, City Manager

FROM: Christopher Cash, Public Works Director


1. SUBJECT
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Approval of plans and specifications for Reservoir 4 Exterior Cathodic Protection (CP) System Installation Project and authorization to advertise Bid No. 21-22.01.
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2. SUMMARY
Plans and specifications have been completed for Reservoir 4 Exterior Cathodic Protection (CP) System Installation Project. The project is ready to be advertised for bids. The total estimated construction cost including 10% for contingencies is $165,000.
3. RECOMMENDED ACTION
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Approve the plans and specifications, and authorize advertising for bids.
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4. FISCAL IMPACT
The total expenditure for this project will be funded in the Exterior CP Systems (18301) through Water Fund (600).
5. STRATEGIC PLAN GOALS
Goal 1: Provide for a safe community
b: Provide and maintain infrastructure necessary to ensure the safety of the public.
Goal 4: Provide outstanding public service
b: Provide facilities and services to meet customer expectations.
6. DISCUSSION AND BACKGROUND
Constructed in 1968, Reservoir 4 has been used to store and provide drinking water to the customers residing within Pressure Zone 1 of the City's water distribution system. This partially buried, five-million gallon reservoir was constructed as a steel tank, which required complete internal and external cathodic protection systems (CP) to prevent corrosion to the metal shell and structural elements. Continuous monitoring and maintenance of the CP systems is necessary to prevent corrosion and preserve the tank structure. Recent annual monitoring report recommends the replacement of the tank's existing exterior CP system and installation of a new Impressed Current Cathodic Protection (ICCP) in accordance with the current codes and industry standards. The new CP system has a minimum service life of 20 years. Plans and technical specifications...

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