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Go to each and every last one of you or like to. 00:00:00
Call the Council Public Projects Committee meeting. 00:00:02
To order at this time I would like for the members of the committee to. 00:00:06
Look over the. 00:00:11
Prime minutes and after that have an approval. 00:00:14
Of the Minutes motion to adopt. 00:00:18
All in favor that would be on the voting, aye? 00:00:21
Posed by the same side. 00:00:24
Old business None Authorization. Well, old business authorization authorization granting AT&T mobility permission. 00:00:26
To file an airspace safety review for. 00:00:34
And file for FAA determination location at 6:01. 00:00:37
29th St. 00:00:42
In Tuscaloosa Mr. Tom Bodett Ohh, yes Sir. I'm going to stand out. I'm going to stand in for Mr. Mr. Bobbitt since and do The 00:00:43
Dirty work. We I'm hopeful that we're getting a little bit of movement on this issue. We believe it's probably about a turn about 00:00:49
a two week turn around. 00:00:55
For for getting these utilities buried that we've been asking to get buried. So what I would request from from this committee is 00:01:02
if we could table this again to June the 6th. 00:01:07
Hopefully we'll have a pretty good answer at that time. 00:01:12
Is there Does anybody have a problem if if we've got movement and they've done what we've asked them to do, doubling this up on on 00:01:16
June 6th, they're being the issue with that. 00:01:20
Council members motion favor June 6. Thank you all in favor, aye? 00:01:25
Poses by the same side. 00:01:31
New business authorization to enter into the Professional. 00:01:33
Services Agreement with Lawrence Scott Morris Architecture. 00:01:36
For like nickel restroom replacement. 00:01:39
Total 47. 00:01:42
1020 dollars. Miss Summer Coleman, Good afternoon, welcome. Good afternoon. So what this is, is a design services contract for 00:01:43
lake nickel restrooms. We will be demolishing what is there. 00:01:49
Building a new one that can be in the in the future added on to. We've got about $450,000 to work with to build it and they are 00:01:54
in. 00:01:58
Pretty bad shape. 00:02:03
This just gets us started. 00:02:05
Awful. That's a good word, yes. 00:02:07
Help. 00:02:10
You could tell how ohh my bathrooms are 47 thousands to design them to design, yes. 00:02:12
What? 00:02:19
It's is it like 50 of them or what? 00:02:20
No, no, it will. It will be the, you know, the elevate look it will have. 00:02:23
Copper roof, all that good stuff and. 00:02:27
I mean it's that's about 10% of the cost of the construction. So that's typical. 00:02:29
We've got some pictures from the from What's There Now? 00:02:35
I went up there to see that it will not be that. 00:02:40
So yeah, that's what it looks like now, now I've been up there. 00:02:45
Summer how are we going to mitigate the security people coming in and out? 00:02:52
Because I know a while back we had some problems with that. 00:02:57
I know that Kimberly and her group have been working on that with Gates and things like that. So we'll I'll I'll get with her and 00:03:00
we'll come up with some more. 00:03:03
Of planning for that, OK. 00:03:07
These will lock too. 00:03:10
Gotcha. 00:03:12
Any other questions by any council? 00:03:14
Second you second. 00:03:18
All in favor, let me know my eyes. 00:03:22
Aye. 00:03:26
Poses. 00:03:27
Keep You didn't vote this time. Not yet. Alright, number three, approval of minor public works contract. 00:03:28
With tri-state Abatement for Business Removal from Structural 700 31st St. 00:03:35
Total not to exceed 3900 dollars Mr. 7 Green. 00:03:41
Thank you, Mr. Chairman. Good afternoon to everybody. Good afternoon. 00:03:45
The structure at this address has been approved by council for demolition. 00:03:49
Our inspections have revealed that there is asbestos in this structure at the moment. 00:03:54
So the services under this contract provide for removal and proper disposal of those investors material. 00:04:00
And tri-state abatements was the most economical responder to our bids on this request. 00:04:07
And remind me seldom what what is the structure there? 00:04:13
It's a house. 00:04:17
So this is just one of the. 00:04:18
Private, do we recover this? And, yes, Sir, we do. We seek to. Yes, Sir. 00:04:20
And this is budgeted and operations. So we will cover these funds out of operations. 00:04:27
Motion. 00:04:34
2nd. 00:04:35
All in favor, aye. 00:04:36
Opposed by the same side. Thank you, Mr. Green. 00:04:37
Approval of amount of public works contract with LND Moore Contracting LLC for the Riverchase Subdivision storm structure. 00:04:41
Repair 1302 Lexington Lane Inlet Box Repair Project. 00:04:49
Total. 00:04:54
18,500 Mr. Michael. 00:04:55
That is a not to exceed price, OK. 00:04:59
This is a very unique situation. This is a storm structure that's about 22 feet deep. 00:05:03
And we have a portion of the wall down at the pipe invert. 00:05:10
That is beginning to fail, or has failed and we. 00:05:15
You know Earth is coming in. 00:05:18
At the pipe invert. 00:05:20
Yeah, so you got a box that where a pipe comes in, a pipe goes out, we call the invert. 00:05:23
Is the part. 00:05:29
In the box and you. 00:05:30
You you you work that with concrete but. 00:05:32
The gist of this is the depth of that structure is like 22 feet. 00:05:35
The the failure is the wall face where where the exit pipe is leaving and carrying the water. 00:05:40
This is just a real logistics issue. 00:05:48
With. 00:05:51
You know, getting your materials, your equipment, your personnel. 00:05:52
Down basically a 22 foot deep well and and performing the work. 00:05:55
So. 00:06:01
This is. 00:06:03
Be a little bit of a challenge. 00:06:04
Any other questions? 00:06:07
I'll make a motion second. 00:06:08
All in favor, aye. 00:06:10
Thank you, Mr. Garnier. 00:06:12
Next approval of a contract with Central Square Technologies. 00:06:15
DBA Tri Tech Software system for Enterprise asset asset management software. 00:06:18
Maintenance and support. 00:06:24
Year one $42,160.80 Year two $44,269.89. 00:06:26
In year 3. 00:06:34
4 to $6483.40 Mr. Jason Foster. 00:06:35
Good afternoon. 00:06:40
I will. 00:06:42
This is a OCA has requested that we get an updated contract. This is for our Lucity asset management system, so everything from 00:06:43
where a water meter is to and it's also used for our work order system. So if if someone calls 311 and says hey this thing. 00:06:53
There's there's a tree that's falling down or my water's not working, it gets placed into this system and. 00:07:03
The employees weren't work orders off of this. 00:07:09
We've had the system. 00:07:12
For 10 plus years. 00:07:13
OTA just requested that we get more modern contract. 00:07:15
That they've changed names about three different times. So it's really. 00:07:18
Nothing different about this. 00:07:23
How would that system? 00:07:25
Interchange with the 311 system of where where we will be able to see it on the dashboard when when you call, if you call today 00:07:27
and put something to 311, there's some automation on the back end that automatically puts it into the system and then when it's 00:07:33
completed, yes Sir, it was completed, it automatically goes back and says. 00:07:39
This has been completed or this is in progress or this is in planning? There are several different. 00:07:46
Statuses, but that they work in, they were designed to work in harmony. OK. 00:07:51
So we're under a contract with them now. 00:07:56
We've been using this for a long time and that the contract would just. 00:08:01
We've signed so long ago, it's we've just kind of been a year to year state. 00:08:04
This is just. 00:08:08
We're cruising on a year to year after termination on the existing contract. 00:08:10
That is correct. 00:08:16
So this is just to to get us some more modern contract with. 00:08:17
That. 00:08:22
Everyone's aware of. 00:08:22
If we're cruising here to here. 00:08:25
We're not a good, not a good negotiation position, are we? 00:08:28
No, not really. So this actually locks in the pricing while while at the current there is no no provision for that motion. 00:08:33
All in favor, aye. 00:08:40
Thank you. Thank you, Jason. Jason is back up for number six approval of professional services. 00:08:43
Agreement with Vitro Ink for a fiber mapping and documentation software. Yes. Totaling not to exceed 14-5. 00:08:49
This is. 00:09:00
This is budgeted item. I'll go ahead and point that out. 00:09:01
This is to. 00:09:05
Be able to map and detail our fiber network in the city and much higher detail than we have now. Right now we we know. 00:09:08
What Rd. it's on and and and where it is, but we don't have any. 00:09:17
Of the specific detail as to which fiber connects to which fiber or. 00:09:21
Which ones are damaged or broken? We spend a considerable amount of time. 00:09:27
Troubleshooting those issues, this would we would go through. 00:09:31
With this software and fully document our entire fiber network. 00:09:34
I'm sorry, my voice is. 00:09:38
Not been behaving lately, so mine too. 00:09:39
2nd. 00:09:43
One question, yes. 00:09:45
Kiss the question. 00:09:47
As we evolve into the fiber. 00:09:48
Optic World. 00:09:51
Umm. 00:09:53
This agreement will perhaps grow up. 00:09:55
What will it? 00:09:57
If this agreement, it will continue on to to grow. 00:09:59
It it. 00:10:03
For the future. 00:10:04
I believe. 00:10:05
Like the other contracts, it has a it has a finite, finite limit on its increase. This is licensed per human being that uses it, 00:10:06
not per mile of fiber. 00:10:11
So it's it's just the. 00:10:15
There's. 00:10:18
Four employees in our department that will be using this, so it's just licensed for them. Gotcha. All in favor. 00:10:19
Aye, aye. 00:10:26
Because you voted on Labor, didn't you? 00:10:28
Next, Jason, again, approval to enter into professional services. 00:10:32
Agreement with. 00:10:36
Unity, Unity, Unity fiber. We had this one last yes, we're 22,280 prayer year, 4-5 year term. 00:10:37
Yeah. 00:10:51
Jason, since that name is obviously fresh in our minds, Yes, Sir. What? 00:10:53
We did something with Unity last week. Yes, the last weeks was for a our our Internet connection at the 911 center. 00:10:58
This is for a pair of dark fiber from between here and the plot plant. 00:11:06
Dark dark fiber. So we're we're leasing 2 strands of fiber from them over this period of time that will allow us a redundant 00:11:12
connection across the river. 00:11:16
In order to light up the plot plant. 00:11:21
The the the the River Walk Rock Quarry School. 00:11:24
And video, right. And the shooting, Sir, this is for all of our data connectivity across the river at the moment they come in and 00:11:29
lay the fiber, they own it and we lease the usage up, correct. That's right. We if we were to lay a fiber, we will, we will lay 00:11:34
between 64 and 288 strands. 00:11:40
You know in a pipe they they are they're leasing us to. 00:11:46
For this and we can use that. 00:11:50
It. 00:11:52
To be honest, this came mostly about between. 00:11:53
The Mcbrides Ferry Rd. project goes over our existing fibre that. 00:11:56
Goes there. There's going to be a lot of heavy construction, the odds of someone not hitting something. 00:12:01
Or the odds of someone hitting something are very high. 00:12:06
Then also in a couple of years, we're going to be replacing or upgrading the 82 bridge. 00:12:08
Which is another which is where a path goes. This provides us some redundancy in case either of those is hit. 00:12:13
And that's why it's a, it's a path to go under the under or in the water or is it go along the structure, it goes along the 00:12:20
structure of the bridge and then down the river walk and and over. So this provides us a a. 00:12:27
A redundant line for that period of time. 00:12:34
I'm fairly certain by the time we get to end of this five year term. 00:12:36
If the five year fiber plan that we have somewhat in the the RFI, RFI this year, we won't need this anymore, but this kind of is a 00:12:41
is a is a stopgap. 00:12:46
While we while we try and build out some redundancy, especially across the river. 00:12:52
2nd. 00:12:58
All in favor, aye. 00:12:59
All right. 00:13:03
The next. 00:13:05
Public Projects Committee meeting will be held on June 6th. 00:13:06
I would like to entertain a motion to adjourn, so move second. 00:13:10
Motion to adjourn, gentleman. Keep. 00:13:13

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Go to each and every last one of you or like to. 00:00:00
Call the Council Public Projects Committee meeting. 00:00:02
To order at this time I would like for the members of the committee to. 00:00:06
Look over the. 00:00:11
Prime minutes and after that have an approval. 00:00:14
Of the Minutes motion to adopt. 00:00:18
All in favor that would be on the voting, aye? 00:00:21
Posed by the same side. 00:00:24
Old business None Authorization. Well, old business authorization authorization granting AT&T mobility permission. 00:00:26
To file an airspace safety review for. 00:00:34
And file for FAA determination location at 6:01. 00:00:37
29th St. 00:00:42
In Tuscaloosa Mr. Tom Bodett Ohh, yes Sir. I'm going to stand out. I'm going to stand in for Mr. Mr. Bobbitt since and do The 00:00:43
Dirty work. We I'm hopeful that we're getting a little bit of movement on this issue. We believe it's probably about a turn about 00:00:49
a two week turn around. 00:00:55
For for getting these utilities buried that we've been asking to get buried. So what I would request from from this committee is 00:01:02
if we could table this again to June the 6th. 00:01:07
Hopefully we'll have a pretty good answer at that time. 00:01:12
Is there Does anybody have a problem if if we've got movement and they've done what we've asked them to do, doubling this up on on 00:01:16
June 6th, they're being the issue with that. 00:01:20
Council members motion favor June 6. Thank you all in favor, aye? 00:01:25
Poses by the same side. 00:01:31
New business authorization to enter into the Professional. 00:01:33
Services Agreement with Lawrence Scott Morris Architecture. 00:01:36
For like nickel restroom replacement. 00:01:39
Total 47. 00:01:42
1020 dollars. Miss Summer Coleman, Good afternoon, welcome. Good afternoon. So what this is, is a design services contract for 00:01:43
lake nickel restrooms. We will be demolishing what is there. 00:01:49
Building a new one that can be in the in the future added on to. We've got about $450,000 to work with to build it and they are 00:01:54
in. 00:01:58
Pretty bad shape. 00:02:03
This just gets us started. 00:02:05
Awful. That's a good word, yes. 00:02:07
Help. 00:02:10
You could tell how ohh my bathrooms are 47 thousands to design them to design, yes. 00:02:12
What? 00:02:19
It's is it like 50 of them or what? 00:02:20
No, no, it will. It will be the, you know, the elevate look it will have. 00:02:23
Copper roof, all that good stuff and. 00:02:27
I mean it's that's about 10% of the cost of the construction. So that's typical. 00:02:29
We've got some pictures from the from What's There Now? 00:02:35
I went up there to see that it will not be that. 00:02:40
So yeah, that's what it looks like now, now I've been up there. 00:02:45
Summer how are we going to mitigate the security people coming in and out? 00:02:52
Because I know a while back we had some problems with that. 00:02:57
I know that Kimberly and her group have been working on that with Gates and things like that. So we'll I'll I'll get with her and 00:03:00
we'll come up with some more. 00:03:03
Of planning for that, OK. 00:03:07
These will lock too. 00:03:10
Gotcha. 00:03:12
Any other questions by any council? 00:03:14
Second you second. 00:03:18
All in favor, let me know my eyes. 00:03:22
Aye. 00:03:26
Poses. 00:03:27
Keep You didn't vote this time. Not yet. Alright, number three, approval of minor public works contract. 00:03:28
With tri-state Abatement for Business Removal from Structural 700 31st St. 00:03:35
Total not to exceed 3900 dollars Mr. 7 Green. 00:03:41
Thank you, Mr. Chairman. Good afternoon to everybody. Good afternoon. 00:03:45
The structure at this address has been approved by council for demolition. 00:03:49
Our inspections have revealed that there is asbestos in this structure at the moment. 00:03:54
So the services under this contract provide for removal and proper disposal of those investors material. 00:04:00
And tri-state abatements was the most economical responder to our bids on this request. 00:04:07
And remind me seldom what what is the structure there? 00:04:13
It's a house. 00:04:17
So this is just one of the. 00:04:18
Private, do we recover this? And, yes, Sir, we do. We seek to. Yes, Sir. 00:04:20
And this is budgeted and operations. So we will cover these funds out of operations. 00:04:27
Motion. 00:04:34
2nd. 00:04:35
All in favor, aye. 00:04:36
Opposed by the same side. Thank you, Mr. Green. 00:04:37
Approval of amount of public works contract with LND Moore Contracting LLC for the Riverchase Subdivision storm structure. 00:04:41
Repair 1302 Lexington Lane Inlet Box Repair Project. 00:04:49
Total. 00:04:54
18,500 Mr. Michael. 00:04:55
That is a not to exceed price, OK. 00:04:59
This is a very unique situation. This is a storm structure that's about 22 feet deep. 00:05:03
And we have a portion of the wall down at the pipe invert. 00:05:10
That is beginning to fail, or has failed and we. 00:05:15
You know Earth is coming in. 00:05:18
At the pipe invert. 00:05:20
Yeah, so you got a box that where a pipe comes in, a pipe goes out, we call the invert. 00:05:23
Is the part. 00:05:29
In the box and you. 00:05:30
You you you work that with concrete but. 00:05:32
The gist of this is the depth of that structure is like 22 feet. 00:05:35
The the failure is the wall face where where the exit pipe is leaving and carrying the water. 00:05:40
This is just a real logistics issue. 00:05:48
With. 00:05:51
You know, getting your materials, your equipment, your personnel. 00:05:52
Down basically a 22 foot deep well and and performing the work. 00:05:55
So. 00:06:01
This is. 00:06:03
Be a little bit of a challenge. 00:06:04
Any other questions? 00:06:07
I'll make a motion second. 00:06:08
All in favor, aye. 00:06:10
Thank you, Mr. Garnier. 00:06:12
Next approval of a contract with Central Square Technologies. 00:06:15
DBA Tri Tech Software system for Enterprise asset asset management software. 00:06:18
Maintenance and support. 00:06:24
Year one $42,160.80 Year two $44,269.89. 00:06:26
In year 3. 00:06:34
4 to $6483.40 Mr. Jason Foster. 00:06:35
Good afternoon. 00:06:40
I will. 00:06:42
This is a OCA has requested that we get an updated contract. This is for our Lucity asset management system, so everything from 00:06:43
where a water meter is to and it's also used for our work order system. So if if someone calls 311 and says hey this thing. 00:06:53
There's there's a tree that's falling down or my water's not working, it gets placed into this system and. 00:07:03
The employees weren't work orders off of this. 00:07:09
We've had the system. 00:07:12
For 10 plus years. 00:07:13
OTA just requested that we get more modern contract. 00:07:15
That they've changed names about three different times. So it's really. 00:07:18
Nothing different about this. 00:07:23
How would that system? 00:07:25
Interchange with the 311 system of where where we will be able to see it on the dashboard when when you call, if you call today 00:07:27
and put something to 311, there's some automation on the back end that automatically puts it into the system and then when it's 00:07:33
completed, yes Sir, it was completed, it automatically goes back and says. 00:07:39
This has been completed or this is in progress or this is in planning? There are several different. 00:07:46
Statuses, but that they work in, they were designed to work in harmony. OK. 00:07:51
So we're under a contract with them now. 00:07:56
We've been using this for a long time and that the contract would just. 00:08:01
We've signed so long ago, it's we've just kind of been a year to year state. 00:08:04
This is just. 00:08:08
We're cruising on a year to year after termination on the existing contract. 00:08:10
That is correct. 00:08:16
So this is just to to get us some more modern contract with. 00:08:17
That. 00:08:22
Everyone's aware of. 00:08:22
If we're cruising here to here. 00:08:25
We're not a good, not a good negotiation position, are we? 00:08:28
No, not really. So this actually locks in the pricing while while at the current there is no no provision for that motion. 00:08:33
All in favor, aye. 00:08:40
Thank you. Thank you, Jason. Jason is back up for number six approval of professional services. 00:08:43
Agreement with Vitro Ink for a fiber mapping and documentation software. Yes. Totaling not to exceed 14-5. 00:08:49
This is. 00:09:00
This is budgeted item. I'll go ahead and point that out. 00:09:01
This is to. 00:09:05
Be able to map and detail our fiber network in the city and much higher detail than we have now. Right now we we know. 00:09:08
What Rd. it's on and and and where it is, but we don't have any. 00:09:17
Of the specific detail as to which fiber connects to which fiber or. 00:09:21
Which ones are damaged or broken? We spend a considerable amount of time. 00:09:27
Troubleshooting those issues, this would we would go through. 00:09:31
With this software and fully document our entire fiber network. 00:09:34
I'm sorry, my voice is. 00:09:38
Not been behaving lately, so mine too. 00:09:39
2nd. 00:09:43
One question, yes. 00:09:45
Kiss the question. 00:09:47
As we evolve into the fiber. 00:09:48
Optic World. 00:09:51
Umm. 00:09:53
This agreement will perhaps grow up. 00:09:55
What will it? 00:09:57
If this agreement, it will continue on to to grow. 00:09:59
It it. 00:10:03
For the future. 00:10:04
I believe. 00:10:05
Like the other contracts, it has a it has a finite, finite limit on its increase. This is licensed per human being that uses it, 00:10:06
not per mile of fiber. 00:10:11
So it's it's just the. 00:10:15
There's. 00:10:18
Four employees in our department that will be using this, so it's just licensed for them. Gotcha. All in favor. 00:10:19
Aye, aye. 00:10:26
Because you voted on Labor, didn't you? 00:10:28
Next, Jason, again, approval to enter into professional services. 00:10:32
Agreement with. 00:10:36
Unity, Unity, Unity fiber. We had this one last yes, we're 22,280 prayer year, 4-5 year term. 00:10:37
Yeah. 00:10:51
Jason, since that name is obviously fresh in our minds, Yes, Sir. What? 00:10:53
We did something with Unity last week. Yes, the last weeks was for a our our Internet connection at the 911 center. 00:10:58
This is for a pair of dark fiber from between here and the plot plant. 00:11:06
Dark dark fiber. So we're we're leasing 2 strands of fiber from them over this period of time that will allow us a redundant 00:11:12
connection across the river. 00:11:16
In order to light up the plot plant. 00:11:21
The the the the River Walk Rock Quarry School. 00:11:24
And video, right. And the shooting, Sir, this is for all of our data connectivity across the river at the moment they come in and 00:11:29
lay the fiber, they own it and we lease the usage up, correct. That's right. We if we were to lay a fiber, we will, we will lay 00:11:34
between 64 and 288 strands. 00:11:40
You know in a pipe they they are they're leasing us to. 00:11:46
For this and we can use that. 00:11:50
It. 00:11:52
To be honest, this came mostly about between. 00:11:53
The Mcbrides Ferry Rd. project goes over our existing fibre that. 00:11:56
Goes there. There's going to be a lot of heavy construction, the odds of someone not hitting something. 00:12:01
Or the odds of someone hitting something are very high. 00:12:06
Then also in a couple of years, we're going to be replacing or upgrading the 82 bridge. 00:12:08
Which is another which is where a path goes. This provides us some redundancy in case either of those is hit. 00:12:13
And that's why it's a, it's a path to go under the under or in the water or is it go along the structure, it goes along the 00:12:20
structure of the bridge and then down the river walk and and over. So this provides us a a. 00:12:27
A redundant line for that period of time. 00:12:34
I'm fairly certain by the time we get to end of this five year term. 00:12:36
If the five year fiber plan that we have somewhat in the the RFI, RFI this year, we won't need this anymore, but this kind of is a 00:12:41
is a is a stopgap. 00:12:46
While we while we try and build out some redundancy, especially across the river. 00:12:52
2nd. 00:12:58
All in favor, aye. 00:12:59
All right. 00:13:03
The next. 00:13:05
Public Projects Committee meeting will be held on June 6th. 00:13:06
I would like to entertain a motion to adjourn, so move second. 00:13:10
Motion to adjourn, gentleman. Keep. 00:13:13
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