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Suzette Moore - (410) 859-7792 BPW -- 07/28/10

smoore2@bwiairport.com
DEPARTMENT OF TRANSPORTATION

ACTION AGENDA
CONTRACT MODIFICATION: (Construction)
ITEM: 1-C-MOD
MARYLAND AVIATION ADMINISTRATION:
CONTRACT ID: MAA-CO-08-006

D/E Baggage System and Claim Improvements at

BWI Marshall Airport

ADPICS NO.: CO262046


ORIGINAL CONTRACT APPROVED: Item 1-C, DOT Agenda 04/02/08
MODIFICATION: Modification No. 1 is to request approval of the remainder of the contract term, which was not reported on the original BPW Agenda item.

CONTRACTOR: W.M. Schlosser Company, Inc.

Hyattsville, MD


ORIGINAL TERM: 602 Calendar Days
CORRECTED TERM: 967 Calendar Days
DBE PARTICIPATION: 20%
REMARKS: The original BPW Agenda item did not include the proper contract term. The initial agenda item incorrectly stated 602 days which did not include the 90 days for the base warranty period and 275 days of extended baggage handling system warranty.
The original contract provides the replacement of an outdated and poorly functioning Bag Belt 14 and provides additional baggage screening and make-up capacity to meet the growth plans of the carriers in this part of the terminal. The original contract duration for this project was 602 calendar days. This modification will increase the contract duration by 365 non-compensable days.
MD TAX CLEARANCE: 10-4901-1111
RESIDENT BUSINESS: Yes

BOARD OF PUBLIC WORKS ACTION - THE ABOVE-REFERENCED ITEM WAS:
APPROVED DISAPPROVED DEFERRED WITHDRAWN

WITH DISCUSSION WITHOUT DISCUSSION



Suzette Moore – (410) 859-7792 BPW -- 07/28/10

smoore2@bwiairport.com
DEPARTMENT OF TRANSPORTATION

ACTION AGENDA
ARCHITECTURAL/ENGINEERING SERVICES
ITEM: 2-AE
MARYLAND AVIATION ADMINISTRATION

CONTRACT ID: MAA-AE-10-004

Airfield Standards and Runway Safety Area Program at BWI Marshall Airport

ADPICS NO.: MAAAE10004
CONTRACT DESCRIPTION: This project is one (1) of three (3) projects providing consultant design services associated with the RSA Program at Baltimore/Washington International Thurgood Marshall Airport (BWI Marshall). This contract will provide for engineering design services associated with the Runway Safety Area (RSA) Improvements and Airfield Standards Program at BWI Marshall.

PROCUREMENT METHOD: Maryland Architectural and Engineering Services Act; recommendation approved by the Transportation Professional Services Selection Board on July 1, 2010.
AWARD: Michael Baker Jr., Inc.

Linthicum, MD


AMOUNT: $9,500,000.00
TERM: Seven (7) Years (ending July 31, 2017)
DBE PARTICIPATION: 26%

PROPOSALS:

Technical Proposal Technical NTE



Rating (Max 3000) Ranking Price

Michael Baker Jr., Inc. 2437 1 $9,500,000.00

Linthicum, MD

URS Corporation 2248 2 MAA-AE-10-007

Hunt Valley, MD
AECOM, Inc. 2198 3 MAA-AE-10-008

Baltimore, MD


Urban Engineers, Inc. 1986 4 N/A

Baltimore, MD



ITEM: 2-AE (Continued) BPW – 07/28/10

REMARKS: The Solicitation was advertised on eMaryland Market Place and the SHA Web Page. A total of four (4) engineering consultant firms submitted Technical Proposals for this project, all of which are Maryland firms.
The Department of Transportation Appropriations Act for fiscal year 2006 requires that the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) report annually on its progress toward improving Runway Safety Areas (RSAs). The act also requires commercial airport sponsors to ensure that their RSAs comply with FAA design standards by 2015.
The RSA Program includes: Displacement of both thresholds on Runway 15R-33L and relocation of the runway centerline to meet separation standards from adjoining taxiways and structures; Displacement of the 28 threshold end of Runway 10-28; Replacements of affected airfield lighting systems and signage related to the geometric changes to Runways 15R-33L and 10-28; Relocation or replacement of NAVAID’s and related structures; Relocation of the BWI Marshall Bike Trail in the approach of Runway 10; Associated environmental permitting and mitigation; Pavement rehabilitation of RWYs 10-28 and 15R-33L and their associated taxiways and deicing aprons.
The DBE goal established for this contract was 20%. The contractor is exceeding the goal by 6%.
This contract includes a provision authorizing an extension for a reasonable, limited and defined time to spend funds remaining on the contract as provided in Board Advisory 1995-1.

FUND SOURCE: Federal and Special Funds Budgeted to MAA

APPROPRIATION CODE: J06I00002
MD TAX CLEARANCE: 10-4892-1111

RESIDENT BUSINESSES: Yes



BOARD OF PUBLIC WORKS ACTION - THE ABOVE REFERENCED ITEM WAS:
APPROVED DISAPPROVED DEFERRED WITHDRAWN
WITH DISCUSSION WITHOUT DISCUSSION

Robert P. Gay 410-545-0433 BPW -- 07/28/10

rgay@sha.state.md.us

DEPARTMENT OF TRANSPORTATION

ACTION AGENDA

ARCHITECTURAL/ENGINEERING SERVICES
ITEM: 3-AE
STATE HIGHWAY ADMINISTRATION

CONTRACT ID: BCS 2008-13 D

Traffic Engineering Services, Anne Arundel, Calvert, Charles & St. Mary’s Counties (District 5)

ADPICS NO.: SBCS0813D
CONTRACT DESCRIPTION: This is one (1) of two (2) open-end task order contracts for

traffic engineering services for District 5.



PROCUREMENT METHOD: Maryland Architectural and Engineering Services Act; recommendation approved by the Transportation Professional Services Selection Board on July 1, 2010.
AWARD: Whitney, Bailey, Cox & Magnani, LLC

Baltimore, MD



AMOUNT: $1,000,000.00
TERM: Five (5) Years (ending July 1, 2015)
DBE PARTICIPATION: 21%
PROPOSALS: Technical Proposal Technical NTE

Rating (Max 680) Ranking Price
Whitney, Bailey, Cox & Magnani, LLC 499 1 $1,000,000.00

Baltimore, Maryland

KCI Technologies, Inc. 457 2 Contract E

Sparks, Maryland BPW Approval 7/7/10

Development Facilitators, Inc./

Michael Baker, Jr., Inc. 448 3 N/A

Baltimore, MD
Rummel, Klepper & Kahl, LLP 432 4 N/A

Baltimore, Maryland


Sabra, Wang & Associates, Inc. 411 5 N/A

Baltimore, MD



ITEM: 3-AE (Continued) BPW – 07/28/10
PROPOSALS (Cont’d):

Technical Proposal Technical NTE



Rating (Max 680) Ranking Price
Brudis & Associates, Inc. 392 6 N/A

Columbia, MD


Gannett Flemming, Inc. 389 7 N/A

Baltimore, MD


McCormick Taylor, Inc. 375 8 N/A

Baltimore, MD


Kittleson & Associates, Inc. 334 9 N/A

Baltimore, MD


REMARKS: This Solicitation was advertised in The Daily Record, eMaryland Market Place and

SHA web page. A total of nine (9) engineering consultant firms submitted Technical Proposals for this project, all of which are Maryland firms.


The Consultant shall provide various traffic engineering studies, traffic engineering design, complete design work or provide back-up engineering expertise for specific problems as applicable for each assignment, all in connection with the project.
This contract includes a provision authorizing an extension for a reasonable, limited and defined time to spend funds remaining on the contract as provided in Board Advisory 1995-1.

FUND SOURCE: Federal and Special Funds Budgeted to SHA

APPROPRIATION CODE: B0101
MD TAX CLEARANCE: 10-4774-1111
RESIDENT BUSINESSES: Yes

_____

BOARD OF PUBLIC WORKS ACTION - THE ABOVE REFERENCED ITEM WAS:
APPROVED DISAPPROVED DEFERRED WITHDRAWN
WITH DISCUSSION WITHOUT DISCUSSION

Robert P. Gay 410-545-0433 BPW – 07/28/10

rgay@sha.state.md.us

DEPARTMENT OF TRANSPORTATION

ACTION AGENDA

ARCHITECTURAL/ENGINEERING SERVICES
ITEM: 4-AE
STATE HIGHWAY ADMINISTRATION
CONTRACT ID: BCS 2009-03 D

Bridge Design Services, Statewide

ADPICS NO: SBCS0903D
CONTRACT DESCRIPTION: This is one (1) of ten (10) open-end contracts to

provide various engineering and design services for bridges and incidental structures, Statewide. Project

assignments will be for State, County and local jurisdiction bridges.
PROCUREMENT METHOD: Maryland Architectural and Engineering Services Act; recommendation approved by the Transportation Professional Services Selection Board on July 1, 2010.
AWARD: Whitman, Requardt & Associates, LLP

Baltimore, Maryland


AMOUNT: $4,000,000.00
TERM: Five (5) Years (ending July 1, 2015)
DBE PARTICIPATION: 25%

PROPOSALS: Technical Proposal Technical NTE

Rating (Max 710) Ranking Price
Wallace, Montgomery & Associates, LLP 505 1 Contract A

Towson, MD BPW Approval

04/21/10
Johnson, Mirmiran & Thompson, Inc. 504 2 Contract B

Sparks, MD


Rummel, Klepper & Kahl, LLP 478 3 Contract C

Baltimore, MD BPW Approval

07/07/10
Whitman, Requardt & Associates, LLP 477 4 $4,000,000.00

Baltimore, MD Contract D


The Wilson T. Ballard Company 455 5 Contract E

Owings Mills, MD BPW Approval

07/07/10
ITEM: 4-AE (Continued) BPW – 07/28/10
PROPOSALS (Cont’d): Technical Proposal Technical NTE

Rating (Max 710) Ranking Price

KCI Technologies, Inc./

Gannett Fleming, Inc. 453 6 Contract F

Sparks, MD BPW Approval

04/21/10
Whitney, Bailey, Cox & Magnani, LLC /

AECOM USA, Inc. 447 7 Contract G

Baltimore, MD BPW Approval

05/19/10
Brudis & Associates, Inc. 444 8 Contract H

Columbia, MD BPW Approval

05/19/10
URS Corporation 442 9 Contract I

Hunt Valley, MD
Nolan Associates, Inc. 437 10 Contract J

Ellicott City, MD BPW Approval

04/21/10
Greenhorne & O’Mara, Inc. 433 11 N/A

Laurel, MD


Michael Baker Jr. Inc. /

Kennedy, Porter & Associates, Inc. 428 12 N/A

Linthicum, MD
Century Engineering, Inc. 428 13 N/A

Hunt Valley, MD


Jacobs Engineering Group, Inc./

Wilbur Smith Associates 421 14 N/A

Baltimore, MD
STV Incorporated/PB Americas, Inc. 418 15 N/A

Baltimore, MD


T.Y. Lin International 398 16 N/A

Alexandria, VA


TranSystems 395 17 N/A

Langhorne, PA


Dewberry & Davis LLC 395 18 N/A

Baltimore, MD



ITEM: 4-AE (Continued) BPW – 07/28/10

REMARKS: The Solicitation was advertised in The Daily Record, eMaryland Marketplace and SHA Web Page. A total of eighteen (18) engineering consultant firms submitted technical proposals for this project, sixteen (16) of which are Maryland firms.
The Consultant shall perform all facets of engineering and design services as it relates to the design of

new bridges and/or modification/rehabilitation of existing bridges and incidental structures;

development and review of designs, details and contract documents which may include structures,

approach roadway work, traffic control plans, lighting and signalization. The scope of work may

include new or replacement structures, deck replacement on bridges, box culverts, retaining walls,

moveable bridges and bridge widening.


This contract includes a provision authorizing an extension for a reasonable, limited and defined time to spend funds remaining on the contract as provided in Board Advisory 1995-1.
FUND SOURCE: Federal and Special Funds Budgeted to SHA

APPROPRIATION CODE: B0101
MD TAX CLEARANCE: 10-4743-1111
RESIDENT BUSINESS: Yes



BOARD OF PUBLIC WORKS ACTION - THE ABOVE REFERENCED ITEM WAS:
APPROVED DISAPPROVED DEFERRED WITHDRAWN
WITH DISCUSSION WITHOUT DISCUSSION

Robert P. Gay 410-545-0433 BPW – 07/28/10


rgay@sha.state.md.us

DEPARTMENT OF TRANSPORTATION

ACTION AGENDA

ARCHITECTURAL/ENGINEERING SERVICES
ITEM: 5-AE
STATE HIGHWAY ADMINISTRATION
CONTRACT ID: BCS 2009-04 A

Wetland Delineation & Permitting Services, Statewide

ADPICS NO.: SBCS0904A
CONTRACT DESCRIPTION: This is one (1) of three (3) open-end task order contracts to

provide wetland delineation and permitting services, Statewide.


PROCUREMENT METHOD: Maryland Architectural and Engineering Services Act; recommendation approved by the Transportation Professional Services Selection Board on July 1, 2010.
AWARD: McCormick Taylor, Inc.

Baltimore, Maryland


AMOUNT: $2,000,000.00
TERM: Five (5) Years (ending July 1, 2015)
DBE PARTICIPATION: 22%
PROPOSALS:
Technical Proposal Technical NTE

Rating (Max 670) Ranking Price

McCormick Taylor, Inc. 510 1 $2,000,000.00

Baltimore, MD Contract A
Greenhorne & O’Mara, Inc./

Greenman-Pedersen, Inc. 493 2 Contract B

Baltimore, MD

Contract C

Rummel, Klepper & Kahl, LLP 491 3 BPW Approval

Baltimore, MD 7/7/10


Whitman, Requardt & Associates, LLP/

Biohabitats, Inc. 483 4 N/A

Baltimore, MD
URS Corporation 478 5 N/A

Hunt Valley, MD



ITEM: 5-AE (Continued) BPW – 07/28/10
PROPOSALS (Cont’d):

Technical Proposal Technical NTE



Rating (Max 670) Ranking Price

Environmental Systems Analysis, Inc./

Gannett Fleming, Inc. 473 6 N/A

Annapolis, MD


A.D. Marble & Company, Inc./

A. Morton Thomas & Associates, Inc. 452 7 N/A

Owings Mills, MD
Straughan Environmental Services, Inc./

Johnson, Mirmiran & Thompson, Inc. 451 8 N/A

Columbia, MD
KCI Technologies, Inc./

PB Americas, Inc. 434 9 N/A

Sparks, MD
The Wilson T. Ballard Company 433 10 N/A

Owings Mills, MD


EA Engineering, Science, and Technology 414 11 N/A

Hunt Valley, MD


REMARKS: The Solicitation was advertised in The Daily Record, eMaryland Marketplace and SHA

Web Page. A total of eleven (11) engineering consultant firms submitted technical proposals for this

project, all of which are Maryland firms.
The Consultant shall perform the necessary services for wetland delineations, large tree

surveys, functional assessments, avoidance/minimization/mitigation reports and joint permit applications

on projects for compliance with State and Federal regulatory requirements and prepare detailed reports

of the findings.


This contract includes a provision authorizing an extension for a reasonable, limited and defined time to spend funds remaining on the contract as provided in Board Advisory 1995-1.
FUND SOURCE: Federal and Special Funds Budgeted to SHA

APPROPRIATION CODE: B0101
MD TAX CLEARANCE: 10-4809-1111

RESIDENT BUSINESS: Yes



BOARD OF PUBLIC WORKS ACTION - THE ABOVE REFERENCED ITEM WAS:

APPROVED DISAPPROVED DEFERRED WITHDRAWN
WITH DISCUSSION WITHOUT DISCUSSION

Robert P. Gay 410-545-0433 BPW -- 07/28/10

rgay@sha.state.md.us
DEPARTMENT OF TRANSPORTATION

ACTION AGENDA

MAINTENANCE CONTRACT



ITEM: 6-M

STATE HIGHWAY ADMINISTRATION



CONTRACT ID: AA8266114SBR

Landscape & Turf Maintenance at Various Locations in the Annapolis Vicinity

ADPICS NO. AA8266114

CONTRACT DESCRIPTION: This Contract consists of landscape & turf maintenance at various locations in the Annapolis vicinity in Anne Arundel County.

AWARD: Poole Landscaping, Inc.

Frederick, MD



AMOUNT: $212,041.00 NTE
TERM OF CONTRACT: August 9, 2010 through December 31, 2012
PROCUREMENT METHOD: Competitive Sealed Bidding

(Small Business Reserve)



BIDS:

Poole Landscaping, Inc. $212,041.00

Frederick, MD
LMC Landscaping, Inc. $236,485.18

Baltimore, MD


K. D, Faulkner Landscape, LLC $245,771.00

Pasadena, MD


Keene Cut Lawn Service, Inc. $291,892.00

Glen Burnie, MD


Tote-It, Inc. $297,030.00

Baltimore, MD



MBE PARTICIPATION: 0% (single element of work)
PERFORMANCE SECURITY: Payment and Performance Bonds for 100% of the award amount exist for this contract
ITEM: 6-M (Continued) BPW – 07/28/10

REMARKS: The Solicitation was advertised on eMaryland Marketplace and SHA's Internet Web Page. Two-hundred sixty seven (267) contractors were notified for this project on eMaryland Marketplace; Forty four (44) of which were MDOT Certified MBE’s.
All bids are a result of Contractor submitted unit prices or labor rates extended by SHA estimated quantities.
This contract includes a provision authorizing an extension for a reasonable, limited and defined time to spend funds remaining on contract as provided in Board Advisory 1995-1.
100% of the work will be performed by a Certified Small Business Enterprise.
FUND SOURCE: 100% Special Funds Budgeted to SHA
APPROPRIATION CODE: J02B0102
RESIDENT BUSINESS: Yes
MD TAX CLEARANCE: 10-4847-1111

__________________________________________________________________________________

BOARD OF PUBLIC WORKS ACTION - THE ABOVE REFERENCED ITEM WAS:
APPROVED DISAPPROVED DEFERRED WITHDRAWN
WITH DISCUSSION WITHOUT DISCUSSION

Robert P. Gay 410-545-0433 BPW -- 07/28/10

rgay@sha.state.md.us
DEPARTMENT OF TRANSPORTATION

ACTION AGENDA

MAINTENANCE CONTRACT



ITEM: 7-M

STATE HIGHWAY ADMINISTRATION



CONTRACT ID: AX9466114

Structural Repairs on Bridges, Statewide

ADPICS NO. AX9466114

CONTRACT DESCRIPTION: This Contract consists of on-call structural repairs on Bridges, Statewide.

AWARD: A & M Concrete Corporation

Dulles, VA



AMOUNT: $8,394,323.20 NTE
TERM OF CONTRACT: August 9, 2010 through August 30, 2012
PROCUREMENT METHOD: Competitive Sealed Bidding

BIDS:

A & M Concrete Corp. $8,394,323.20

Dulles, VA
PDI-Sheetz Construction Corp. $8,396,869.20

Linthicum, MD


Allied Contractors, Inc. $8,633,492.00

Baltimore, MD


MBE PARTICIPATION: 5%
PERFORMANCE SECURITY: Payment & Performance Bonds for 100% of the award

amount exist for this contract


REMARKS: The Solicitation was advertised on eMaryland Marketplace and SHA's Internet Web Page. Two-hundred sixty two (262) contractors were notified for this project on eMaryland Marketplace; Fifty four (54) of which were MDOT Certified MBE’s.
All bids are a result of Contractor submitted unit prices or labor rates extended by SHA estimated quantities.

ITEM: 7-M (Continued) BPW – 07/28/10

This contract includes a provision authorizing an extension for a reasonable, limited and defined time to spend funds remaining on contract as provided in Board Advisory 1995-1.


100% of the work will be performed by a Small Business Enterprise.
FUND SOURCE: 100% Special Funds Budgeted to SHA
APPROPRIATION CODE: J02B0102
RESIDENT BUSINESS: No
MD TAX CLEARANCE: 10-4848-0011

__________________________________________________________________________________

BOARD OF PUBLIC WORKS ACTION - THE ABOVE REFERENCED ITEM WAS:
APPROVED DISAPPROVED DEFERRED WITHDRAWN

WITH DISCUSSION WITHOUT DISCUSSION

Robert P. Gay 410-545-0433 BPW -- 07/28/10

rgay@sha.state.md.us
DEPARTMENT OF TRANSPORTATION

ACTION AGENDA

MAINTENANCE CONTRACT



ITEM: 8-M

STATE HIGHWAY ADMINISTRATION



CONTRACT ID: 407D71412

Sealing Joints & Cracks in Roadways and/or Shoulders at Various Locations in Carroll, Frederick & Howard Counties (District 7)

ADPICS NO. 407D71412

CONTRACT DESCRIPTION: This Contract consists of sealing joints & cracks in roadways and/or shoulders at various locations in District 7.

AWARD: Image Asphalt Maintenance, Inc.

Pasadena, MD



AMOUNT: $360,850.00 NTE
TERM OF CONTRACT: August 9, 2010 through December 31, 2012
PROCUREMENT METHOD: Competitive Sealed Bidding

BIDS:

Image Asphalt Maintenance, Inc. $360,850.00

Pasadena, MD
Pavement Contracting Services, Inc. $401,125.00

Glenn Dale, MD


JCS, Inc. – General Contractors $498,850.00

Frederick, MD


MBE PARTICIPATION: 0% (single element of work)

PERFORMANCE SECURITY: Payment and Performance Bonds for 100% of the award amount exist for this contract
REMARKS: The Solicitation was advertised on eMaryland Marketplace and SHA's Internet Web Page. Three-hundred eight (308) contractors were notified for this project on eMaryland Marketplace; Eighty (80) of which were MDOT certified MBE’s.

ITEM: 8-M (Continued) BPW – 07/28/10

All bids are a result of Contractor submitted unit prices or labor rates extended by SHA estimated quantities.


This contract includes a provision authorizing an extension for a reasonable, limited and defined time to spend funds remaining on contract as provided in Board Advisory 1995-1.
100% of the work will be performed by a Certified Small Business Enterprise.
FUND SOURCE: 100% Special Funds Budgeted to SHA
APPROPRIATION CODE: J02B0102
RESIDENT BUSINESS: Yes
MD TAX CLEARANCE: 10-4497-0111

__________________________________________________________________________________

BOARD OF PUBLIC WORKS ACTION - THE ABOVE REFERENCED ITEM WAS:
APPROVED DISAPPROVED DEFERRED WITHDRAWN
WITH DISCUSSION WITHOUT DISCUSSION

Robert P. Gay 410-545-0433 BPW -- 07/28/10

rgay@sha.state.md.us

DEPARTMENT OF TRANSPORTATION

ACTION AGENDA

MAINTENANCE CONTRACT



ITEM: 9-M

STATE HIGHWAY ADMINISTRATION



CONTRACT ID: 4771161412

Install, Repair or Replace Traffic Barrier at Various Locations in Garrett County

ADPICS NO. 4771161412

CONTRACT DESCRIPTION: This Contract consists of installing, repairing and/or replacing traffic barrier at various locations in Garrett County.

AWARD: Penn Line Service, Inc.

Scottdale, PA



AMOUNT: $391,101.50 NTE
TERM OF CONTRACT: August 9, 2010 through December 31, 2012
PROCUREMENT METHOD: Competitive Sealed Bidding

BIDS:

Penn Line Service, Inc. $391,101.50

Scottdale, PA
Green Acres Contracting Co. $393,150.00

Scottdale, PA


L. S. Lee, Inc. $602,550.00

York, PA


MBE PARTICIPATION: 0% (single element of work)

PERFORMANCE SECURITY: Payment and Performance Bonds for 100% of the award amount exist for this contract
REMARKS: The Solicitation was advertised on eMaryland Marketplace and SHA's Internet Web Page. Sixty-four (64) contractors were notified for this project on eMaryland Marketplace; Fourteen (14) of which were MDOT certified MBE’s.
All bids are a result of Contractor submitted unit prices or labor rates extended by SHA estimated quantities. The contract total is a not to exceed.

ITEM: 9-M (Continued) BPW – 07/28/10

This contract includes a provision authorizing an extension for a reasonable, limited and defined time to spend funds remaining on contract as provided in Board Advisory 1995-1.


FUND SOURCE: 100% Special Funds Budgeted to SHA
APPROPRIATION CODE: J02B0102
RESIDENT BUSINESS: No
MD TAX CLEARANCE: 10-4499-1111

__________________________________________________________________________________

BOARD OF PUBLIC WORKS ACTION - THE ABOVE REFERENCED ITEM WAS:
APPROVED DISAPPROVED DEFERRED WITHDRAWN
WITH DISCUSSION WITHOUT DISCUSSION

Robert P. Gay 410-545-0433 BPW -- 07/28/10

rgay@sha.state.md.us
DEPARTMENT OF TRANSPORTATION

ACTION AGENDA

MAINTENANCE CONTRACT
ITEM: 10-M

STATE HIGHWAY ADMINISTRATION



CONTRACT ID: 499D61412

Providing Maintenance of Traffic at Various Locations in Allegany, Garrett & Washington Counties (District 6)

ADPICS NO. 499D61412

CONTRACT DESCRIPTION: This Contract consists of providing on-call maintenance of traffic at various locations in District 6.

AWARD: Harbel, Inc.

Cumberland, MD



AMOUNT: $506,025.00 NTE
TERM OF CONTRACT: August 9, 2010 through December 31, 2012
PROCUREMENT METHOD: Competitive Sealed Bidding

(One Bid Received)


MBE PARTICIPATION: 0% (single element of work)

PERFORMANCE SECURITY: Payment and Performance Bonds for 100% of the award amount exists for this contract
REMARKS: The Solicitation was advertised on eMaryland Marketplace and SHA's Internet Web Page. Two-hundred sixty seven (267) contractors were notified for this project on eMaryland Marketplace; Thirty-nine (39) of which were MDOT certified MBE’s.
All bids are a result of Contractor submitted unit prices or labor rates extended by SHA estimated quantities.
This contract includes a provision authorizing an extension for a reasonable, limited and defined time to spend funds remaining on contract as provided in Board Advisory 1995-1.
FUND SOURCE: 100% Special Funds Budgeted to SHA
APPROPRIATION CODE: J02B0102


ITEM: 10-M (Continued) BPW – 07/28/10

RESIDENT BUSINESS: Yes
MD TAX CLEARANCE: 10-4689-1111

__________________________________________________________________________________

BOARD OF PUBLIC WORKS ACTION - THE ABOVE REFERENCED ITEM WAS:
APPROVED DISAPPROVED DEFERRED WITHDRAWN
WITH DISCUSSION WITHOUT DISCUSSION

Robert P. Gay 410-545-0433 BPW -- 07/28/10

rgay@sha.state.md.us
DEPARTMENT OF TRANSPORTATION

ACTION AGENDA

MAINTENANCE CONTRACT



ITEM: 11-M

STATE HIGHWAY ADMINISTRATION



CONTRACT ID: 528D61412

Highway Lighting Maintenance and Repairs at Various Locations in Allegany & Garrett Counties

ADPICS NO. 528D61412

CONTRACT DESCRIPTION: This Contract consists of highway lighting maintenance repairs at various locations in Allegany & Garrett Counties.

AWARD: Rommel Engineering & Construction, Inc.

Odenton, MD



AMOUNT: $499,900.00 NTE
TERM OF CONTRACT: August 9, 2010 through December 31, 2012
PROCUREMENT METHOD: Competitive Sealed Bidding

(One Bid Received)



MBE PARTICIPATION: 6%
PERFORMANCE SECURITY: Payment & Performance Bonds for 100% of the award amount exist on this contract
REMARKS: The Solicitation was advertised on eMaryland Marketplace and SHA's Internet Web Page. One-hundred seven (107) contractors were notified for this project on eMaryland Marketplace; Thirteen (13) of which were MDOT Certified MBE’s.
This work involves the repair maintenance of lighting that was designed in accordance with AASHTO standards for roadway lighting. The illumination standards are established by the Illumination Engineering Society. For street lighting SHA uses full “luminaire cutoffs” there is only a 3% spillover at 80% axis. Those full cutoffs are usually less glaring to drivers, yet they distribute full intensity light to the ground. Highmast lighting is designed as straight “down lighting” and is used on major highways.
This contract includes a provision authorizing an extension for a reasonable, limited and defined time to spend funds remaining on contract as provided in Board Advisory 1995-1.
All bids are a result of Contractor submitted unit prices or labor rates extended by SHA estimated quantities.
ITEM: 11-M (Continued) BPW – 07/28/10

FUND SOURCE: 100% Special Funds Budgeted to SHA
APPROPRIATION CODE: J02B0102
RESIDENT BUSINESS: Yes
MD TAX CLEARANCE: 10-4495-0000

__________________________________________________________________________________

BOARD OF PUBLIC WORKS ACTION - THE ABOVE REFERENCED ITEM WAS:
APPROVED DISAPPROVED DEFERRED WITHDRAWN
WITH DISCUSSION WITHOUT DISCUSSION

Robert P. Gay 410-545-0433 BPW -- 07/28/10

rgay@sha.state.md.us
DEPARTMENT OF TRANSPORTATION

ACTION AGENDA

MAINTENANCE CONTRACT



ITEM: 12-M

STATE HIGHWAY ADMINISTRATION



CONTRACT ID: 52861071412

Maintenance / Repair of Highway Street Lighting in Carroll & Frederick Counties

ADPICS NO. 52861071412

CONTRACT DESCRIPTION: This Contract consists of the maintenance and repair of highway street lighting in Carroll & Frederick Counties.

AWARD: Rommel Engineering & Construction, Inc.

Odenton, MD



AMOUNT: $548,783.00 NTE
TERM OF CONTRACT: August 9, 2010 through June 30, 2012
PROCUREMENT METHOD: Competitive Sealed Bidding

BIDS:

Rommel Engineering & . $548,783.00

Construction, Inc.

Odenton, MD


Lighting Maintenance, Inc. $567,712.00

Rockville, MD


JCS, Inc. $644,760.00

Frederick, MD


Midasco, LLC $750,590.00

Elkridge, MD


MBE PARTICIPATION: 2%
PERFORMANCE SECURITY: Payment & Performance Bonds for 100% of the award amount exist for this contract


ITEM: 12-M (Continued) BPW – 07/28/10

REMARKS: The Solicitation was advertised on eMaryland Marketplace and SHA's Internet Web Page. One-hundred thirteen (113) contractors were notified for this project on eMaryland Marketplace; Thirteen (13) of which were MDOT Certified MBE’s.
This work involves the repair maintenance of lighting that was designed in accordance with AASHTO standards for roadway lighting. The illumination standards are established by the Illumination Engineering Society. For street lighting SHA uses full “luminaire cutoffs” there is only a 3% spillover at 80% axis. Those full cutoffs are usually less glaring to drivers, yet theyt distribute full intensity light to the ground. Highmast lighting is designed as straight “down lighting” and is used on major highways.
All bids are a result of Contractor submitted unit prices or labor rates extended by SHA estimated quantities.
This contract includes a provision authorizing an extension for a reasonable, limited and defined time to spend funds remaining on contract as provided in Board Advisory 1995-1.
FUND SOURCE: 100% Special Funds Budgeted to SHA
APPROPRIATION CODE: J02B0102
RESIDENT BUSINESS: Yes
MD TAX CLEARANCE: 10-4562-0111

__________________________________________________________________________________

BOARD OF PUBLIC WORKS ACTION - THE ABOVE REFERENCED ITEM WAS:
APPROVED DISAPPROVED DEFERRED WITHDRAWN
WITH DISCUSSION WITHOUT DISCUSSION

Robert P. Gay 410-545-0433 BPW -- 07/28/10

rgay@sha.state.md.us

DEPARTMENT OF TRANSPORTATION

ACTION AGENDA

MAINTENANCE CONTRACT
ITEM: 13-M

STATE HIGHWAY ADMINISTRATION



CONTRACT ID: 5491071412

Highway Maintenance Contract Support for the Maintenance Shops located in Frederick County

ADPICS NO. 5491071412

CONTRACT DESCRIPTION: This Contract consists of providing highway maintenance contract support for the maintenance shops located in Frederick County.

AWARD: E.A.R.N. Contractors, Inc.

Gaithersburg, MD



AMOUNT: $234,000.00 NTE
TERM OF CONTRACT: August 9, 2010 through December 31, 2012
PROCUREMENT METHOD: Competitive Sealed Bidding

BIDS:

E.A.R.N. Contractors, Inc. $234,000.00

Gaithersburg, MD
Abacus Corporation $244,800.00

Baltimore, MD


Colossal Contractors, Inc. $245,000.00

Burtonsville, MD


Matrix Business Solutions, LLC $249,000.00

Waldorf, MD


Green Thumb Landscaping, Inc $260,000.00

Columbia, MD


H. F. Huber & Son, Inc. $314,800.00

Reisterstown, MD


Consolidated Services, Inc. $335,000.00

Abingdon, MD


Ashburn Contracting Corp. $580,000.00

Dulles, VA


ITEM: 13-M (Continued) BPW – 07/28/10

MBE PARTICIPATION: 100%
PERFORMANCE SECURITY: None
REMARKS: The Solicitation was advertised on eMaryland Marketplace and SHA's Internet Web Page. One-hundred forty two (142) contractors were notified for this project on eMaryland Marketplace; Twenty five (25) of which were MDOT Certified MBE’s.
All bids are a result of Contractor submitted unit prices or labor rates extended by SHA estimated quantities.
100% of the work will be performed by a Certified Small Business Enterprise and Certified Minority Business Enterprise Firm.
This contract includes a provision authorizing an extension for a reasonable, limited and defined time to spend funds remaining on contract as provided in Board Advisory 1995-1.
FUND SOURCE: 100% Special Funds Budgeted to SHA
APPROPRIATION CODE: J02B0102
RESIDENT BUSINESS: Yes
MD TAX CLEARANCE: 10-4073-0011

__________________________________________________________________________________

BOARD OF PUBLIC WORKS ACTION - THE ABOVE REFERENCED ITEM WAS:
APPROVED DISAPPROVED DEFERRED WITHDRAWN
WITH DISCUSSION WITHOUT DISCUSSION
John Thornton (410) 385-4850 BPW – 07/28/10

jthornton@marylandports.com
DEPARTMENT OF TRANSPORTATION

ACTION AGENDA

SERVICE CONTRACT



ITEM: 14-S
MARYLAND PORT ADMINISTRATION
CONTRACT ID: 210112-S

Management and Environmental Consulting

ADPICS NO. P100073

CONTRACT DESCRIPTION: The contractor will provide management and environmental consulting services to the Maryland Port Administration.
AWARD: EcoLogix Group, Inc.

Annapolis, MD
AMOUNT: $800,000.00 NTE
TERM: Three years from notice to proceed
PROCUREMENT METHOD: Competitive Sealed Proposals

(One Proposal Received & Small Business Reserve)



PROPOSALS:

Evaluated Price
EcoLogix Group, Inc. $557,000.00

Annapolis


MBE PARTICIPATION: 33%
PERFORMANCE SECURITY: None
REMARKS: The Solicitation was advertised on eMaryland Marketplace, which sent notice of the solicitation directly to over 1,200 vendors. Two proposals were received but one was rejected for failure to make the required commitment to attempt in good faith to meet the MBE subcontracting goals of the procurement.
The contractor will provide management and environmental services, including: helping to develop and improve the Port’s environmental image and initiatives; supporting the MPA in working with various regulatory agencies, and assisting the MPA in evaluating air and water quality issues; enhancing and supporting the Dredged Material Management program; coordinating MPA initiatives with local communities, local government and other interested parties.

ITEM: 14-S (Continued) BPW – 07/28/10

Offerors submitted hourly rates for various disciplines or categories of personnel to be provided. MPA

evaluated prices by extending the unit prices offered over an estimated 5,000 man-hours over the term of the contract, distributed among the listed disciplines, to arrive at an evaluated total price for

each offeror. The not-to-exceed value of $800,000 is the amount budgeted for the services to be provided over the three-year term.


The MBE goal established for this contract is 30%. The contractor is exceeding this goal by 3%.
FUND SOURCE: 100% Special Funds Budgeted to MPA
APPROPRIATION CODE: J03-D0002
RESIDENT BUSINESS: Yes

MD TAX CLEARANCE: 10-4701-0111

________________________________________________________________________

BOARD OF PUBLIC WORKS ACTION– THE ABOVE-REFERENCED ITEM WAS:
APPROVED DISAPPROVED DEFERRED WITHDRAWN
WITH DISCUSSION WITHOUT DISCUSSION
John Thornton (410) 385-4850 BPW – 07/28/10

jthornton@marylandports.com

DEPARTMENT OF TRANSPORTATION

ACTION AGENDA

RENEWAL OPTION: (Service)
ITEM: 15-S-OPT
MARYLAND PORT ADMINISTRATION:
CONTRACT ID: 230016-S

Removal of Chrome-Contaminated Soil

ADPICS No. CO258082
ORIGINAL CONTRACT APPROVED: Item 12-S, DOT Agenda 09/17/03
ORIGINAL PROCUREMENT METHOD: Competitive Sealed Bidding
CONTRACTOR: Elk Transportation Inc./Haines &

Kibblehouse, Inc., Joint Venture

Reading, PA
MODIFICATION: This is the final renewal option for a two-year period from August 25, 2010 through August 24, 2012. This contract provides for labor, equipment, and transportation to dispose of chrome contaminated soil at Dundalk Marine Terminal (DMT).
AMOUNT: $5,281,009.00 (2 years)
ORIGINAL CONTRACT AMOUNT: $12,537,150.00 (5 years)
REVISED CONTRACT AMOUNT: $22,983,465.00
PERCENTAGE INCREASE: 42% (Renewal Opt. No. 2)

83% (Overall)


TERM: 09/22/03 – 09/21/08 (Original)

09/22/08 – 09/21/10 (Renewal Opt. No. 1)

09/22/10 – 09/21/12 (Renewal Opt. No. 2)
ORIGINAL MBE PARTICIPATION: 29%
RENEWAL OPTION MBE PARTICIPATION: 29%
REMARKS: The removal and disposal of chrome-contaminated soil during construction activities at DMT is required pursuant to COMAR 26.13.01, Disposal of Controlled Hazardous Substances and a Consent Decree executed by MPA, Honeywell International Inc., and the Maryland Department of the Environment, and is critical to the protection of public health and the environment. This Consent Decree is also the subject of ongoing litigation. In light of this situation, as well as the highly regulated nature of the service provided, MPA has decided to renew the term of the current contract it has for these services.

ITEM: 15-S-OPT (Continued) BPW – 07/28/10

Pursuant to a long-term settlement agreement between MPA and Honeywell that was approved by the Board of Public Works on April 5, 2006, Honeywell is required to pay for 77% of the costs for this contract, while MPA will pay the remaining 23%.


FUND SOURCE: 100% Special Funds Budgeted to MPA



APPROPRIATION CODE: J03-D0002
TAX COMPLIANCE NO: 10-4547-0001
RESIDENT BUSINESS: No

________________________________________________________________________

BOARD OF PUBLIC WORKS ACTION – THE ABOVE-REFERENCED ITEM WAS:

APPROVED DISAPPROVED DEFERRED WITHDRAWN
WITH DISCUSSION WITHOUT DISCUSSION


ATTACHMENT I





Amount

Term

BPW/DCAR

Date

Reason

Original Contract

$12,537,150.00

9/22/03 – 9/21/08

Item 12-S, DOT Agenda 9/17/03




Renewal Option No. 1

$5,165, 306.000

9/22/08- 9/21/10

Item 17-S-OPT, DOT Agenda 8/6/08

as provided for in original contract

Renewal Option No. 2

$5,281,009.00

9/22/10 – 9/21/12




as provided for in original contract

Revised Amount

$22,983,465.00











Robert Gay – 410-545-0433 BPW – 07/28/10

rgay@sha.state.md.us
DEPARTMENT OF TRANSPORTATION

ACTION AGENDA

REAL PROPERTY CONVEYANCE


ITEM: 16-RP MMC# 10-2292
STATE HIGHWAY ADMINISTRATION: Road (Cul-de-sacs) Conveyance to Wicomico County, Maryland
Cul-de-sac at end of Parker Road @ south side of US 13 - .227 acres
Cul-de-sac at end of Forrest Plains Road @ north side of US 13 - .2559 acres

EXPLANATION: Legal Authority for Road Transfers is found in the Transportation Article, Section 8-304 and Road Conveyances in Section 10-305 of the State Procurement Articles of the Annotated Code of Maryland.
SPECIAL CONDITIONS: None
GRANTOR: State of Maryland, State Highway Administration
GRANTEE: Wicomico County, Maryland
CONSIDERATION: $1.00
APPRAISED VALUE: NA

REMARKS: SHA has agreed to transfer the above referenced cul-de-sacs (roads) to Wicomico County Maryland. The County has agreed to accept the road as an integral part of its road system. Conveyance is being made to comply with conditions of an Agreement between the SHA and Wicomico County, Maryland.

SHA is concurrently requesting permission to dispose and execution of the Deed.



Deed has been forwarded to the Executive Secretary, Board of Public Works for execution.

______________________________________________________________________________

BOARD OF PUBLIC WORKS ACTION - THE ABOVE-REFERENCED ITEM WAS:
APPROVED DISAPPROVED DEFERRED WITHDRAWN
WITH DISCUSSION WITHOUT DISCUSSION


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