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REQUEST FOR PROPOSALS FOR CHAMBERS RESERVOIR PUMP STATION OUTLET FACILITIES FINAL DESIGN ARAPAHOE COUNTY WATER AND WASTEWATER AUTHORITY

The Arapahoe County Water and Wastewater Authority (ACWWA) is requesting proposals from qualified consulting engineering firms (hereinafter called "Consultants") to perform final engineering design of the pump station outlet facilities and appurtenances, hereinafter called "Facilities", for Chambers Reservoir. Eight (8) copies and one (l) electronic copy of each proposal must be submitted no later than 3:00 p.m. on October 20, 2010, to the ACWWA: Attn: Mr. Jeff Brooks, CIP Manager, 13031 E. Caley Ave, Centennial, CO 80111 Email: [email protected] BACKGROUND INFORMATION AND PROJECT DESCRIPTION The Arapahoe County Water and Wastewater Authority (ACWWA) has recently acquired an approximate 1400 a.f. reservoir site (Chambers Reservoir) on the west side of Chambers Road about 1000 feet south of E-470 in Douglas County, Colorado. The reservoir basin and dam embankment is being constructed by United Water and Sanitation District (United) as part of the acquisition contract. United is in the process of obtaining final approval of the plans and specifications for construction of the dam and reservoir from the office of the Colorado State Engineer (SEO). ACWWA anticipates that final SEO approval will be obtained prior to the selected Consultant beginning work on this project. ACWWA is responsible for design and construction of the reservoir Facilities including a 7000 gpm pump station and any appurtenant reservoir facilities related to operations of the reservoir. The reservoir is proposed to serve two purposes in ACWWA's system. First, the reservoir and associated pump station will provide raw water storage and supply for ACWWA's raw water irrigation system. Second, the reservoir will provide carry over storage for release to the alluvial stream system to supply ACWWA's alluvial well system for potable water treatment and distribution. ACWWA has prepared a conceptual design (see attached 3 sheet concept plan) of the proposed reservoir Facilities and anticipates that the final design will generally follow the conceptual design layout and location. Construction of the Reservoir and Dam by United is expected to commence on January 1, 2011, and be completed by July 1, 2011. ACWWA's Facilities which is anticipated to be located in the dam embankment, needs to be completed, if possible, concurrent with the completion of the Dam and Reservoir (July 1, 2011). The remaining portions of the facilities (i.e. pump station, low level outlet) are anticipated to be constructed after July 1, 2011, but be completed by December 1, 2011.

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ACWWA is requesting proposals from qualified engineering companies to perform the necessary investigations and design of the Chambers Reservoir Facilities and associated reservoir operational facilities and appurtenances. OBJECTIVE The objective of this RFP is to solicit the services of a qualified engineering Consultant capable of performing the necessary investigations and for designing the reservoir Facilities to meet the two purposes of the reservoir project. The selected Consultant will be required to carry the project from initial investigations and project design through the final design, permitting, construction, and operational phases of the project. The Consultant will be responsible for the following: 1. Investigations: a. Geotechnical ­ Geotechnical investigations and analysis have been performed on the reservoir and dam site for purposes of the reservoir and dam design in accordance with the requirements of the SEO. In addition, in preparation for design of the subject Facilities, ACWWA has contracted for an additional geotechnical investigation focused on the geologic conditions of the proposed areas of the wet well shaft and the low-level intake/outlet. The Consultant shall perform all additional geological and geotechnical investigations if needed, necessary to design the reservoir Facilities. Such additional investigations, if needed, shall provide sufficient geotechnical information necessary for obtaining a reasonable and informed construction bid on the Facilities. b. Water Quality - The Consultant shall perform the a level of investigation needed to select and size a reservoir aeration system or equivalent treatment facility to maintain the quality of water in the reservoir to the level suitable for raw water irrigation and for discharge to the local alluvial stream systems.

2. Design: a. Wet Well Shaft­ The consultant shall design the wet well shaft including all shoring, structural components, and appurtenant facilities. The consultant shall determine the final depth of the wet well shaft based upon the required suction head to be maintained over the Consultant selected pump intakes. The Consultant shall determine the final diameter of the wet well shaft which shall be the minimum diameter needed for the required pump installation and operation while minimizing the cost of construction of the wet well. The Consultant shall be cognizant not to reduce the diameter of the wet well shaft such as to effect the constructability of said structure. The Consultant shall also design the necessary outlet gates and any additional appurtenant components necessary for the safe operation and maintenance of the wet well. 2

b. Low Level Intake/Outlet ­ The Consultant shall design the low level intake/outlet from the outlet shaft wet well to the reservoir bottom. The low level intake/outlet shall be designed to accommodate the proposed outlet pumping rate of 7000 gpm as well as the proposed fill rate of 7000 gpm. ACWWA anticipates that this low level intake/outlet will be constructed using boring/tunneling methodology. The Consultant shall determine, given the geotechnical and other related constraints, the proper methodology for the low level intake/outlet construction. c. Reservoir Intake/Outlet Pipeline ­ The Consultant shall design the reservoir intake/outlet pipeline from the low level outlet to the southern end of the reservoir. The Consultant shall determine the size and extent of the reservoir intake/outlet pipeline taking into consideration reservoir operations and water quality. The Consultant shall design the necessary terminal facility (ies) for screening, sediment protection, and any bulkheads/access-ways. d. Mid Level Intake/Outlet ­ The Consultant shall design the mid level intake/outlet pipe from the outlet shaft wet well to the reservoir. The mid level intake/outlet shall be designed to accommodate the proposed outlet pumping rate of 7000 gpm as well as the proposed fill rate of 7000 gpm. ACWWA anticipates that this low level intake/outlet will be constructed using open trench construction methods. The Consultant shall design the necessary terminal facility for screening, sediment protection, and any bulkheads/access-ways. The Consultant shall also design slope protection to protect the reservoir side and bottom from erosion when the reservoir is being filled from this structure and the reservoir water level is below the mid level intake / outlet elevation of this structure. e. Reservoir Water Quality Control ­ The Consultant shall design a system to protect and provide the quality of water necessary to meet the stated purposes of the reservoir. The system design shall be based upon the results of the consultant's reservoir water quality investigation. The conceptual design anticipates that an aeration system would be necessary and, if proven to be required, the Consultants design shall also include all appurtenant and ancillary facilities. The Consultant may propose an alternative method to provide the necessary reservoir water quality to the extent that the overall cost to ACWWA for construction and operations is minimized. f. Pump Station Facilities ­ The Consultant shall design the pump station facilities and appurtenances to provide for the specified pumping rate and purposes. For this proposal, the Consultant shall assume that the pump station needs to accommodate a total of five pumps, varying in size from 100 gpm to 3500 gpm. The Consultant will be required to determine the final pump station pump configuration, sizing, pump type, and operational characteristics in cooperation with ACWWA operational staff and engineering requirements. The Consultant shall design a screening and disinfection system, with redundancy, to allow the reservoir to be used for raw water irrigation without plugging of customer drip and spray irrigation systems and for discharge into the local alluvial stream systems. The Consultant shall design the 3

necessary pump station facilities for reservoir water quality protection. This may include an air compressor with associated necessary sound reduction provisions. The Consultant shall design all necessary pump station appurtenances (i.e. valves, PRVS, water hammer protection, etc.) based upon the final reservoir operational characteristics and requirements. g. Pump Station Building and Foundation ­ The Consultant shall design the building, foundation, and appurtenances to accommodate the proposed pump station facilities. The foundation design shall include design of a free draining pad within the reservoir and the foundation needed to support the building and facilities on this free draining pad. The building design shall be of basic construction with consideration of local aesthetic requirements to minimize the visual impact of the pump station. The building design must accommodate the removal and replacement of any of the pump station components. The Consultant shall design all necessary electrical and mechanical components of the building and shall meet all local building code requirements. h. Controls ­ ACWWA's systems integrator will be responsible for the integration of the pump station controls with ACWWA's raw water irrigation control system. The Consultant will be responsible for design of the pump station controls using the control equipment manufacturers specified by ACWWA's systems integrator and shall coordinate this work with the ACWWA's system integrator. 3. Coordination and Approvals a. ACWWA Staff and Consultants. The Consultant shall meet with ACWWA staff and Consultants on a periodic basis to provide information and coordinate in the design and review of the project. b. State Engineers Office (SEO) ­ The Consultant shall be responsible to submit for review and obtain approval from the SEO of the entire reservoir Facilities pump station facilities and appurtenant components. ACWWA anticipates that this approval will take the form of an amendment to the previously approved plans and specifications for construction of the dam and reservoir. The Consultants design shall meet all requirements of the SEO. ACWWA will be responsible for payment of all review and permit fees required for SEO approval. c. Douglas County ­ The Consultant shall submit for review and obtain approval of the pump station building and appurtenances from the Douglas County Building Department. ACWWA will be responsible for payment of all review and permit fees required for Douglas County approval. d. United Staff and Consultants - The Consultant shall meet jointly with ACWWA and United Staff and Consultants on an as-needed basis to provide information and coordinate in the design and review of the project. 4

4. Bidding and Construction Services ­ Consultant shall assist ACWWA in the bidding process and provide recommendations as to the lowest responsible bidder. Upon selection of the contractor, Consultant shall assist ACWWA in the review of submittals, answering RFI's, and review of contractor's pay estimates. In addition, the Consultant shall perform construction observations to the extent needed to meet the requirements of the SEO. Consultant shall participate in the start-up of the pump station. PROPOSAL REQUIREMENTS The proposal shall be organized into seven (7) sections as follows: 1 Understanding of the Project 2 Comments on Scope of Services 3 Consultant Qualifications 4 Consultant Project Team 5 Comments on the Proposed Schedule 6 Review of Contractual Terms 7 Professional Services Fees Please limit the proposal to a reasonable length. Company information submitted should directly relate to the proposal at hand and to the type of services that will be provided for this project. Information concerning past experience should be directly relevant to this type of project and should be related to the actual work conducted by members of the project team. 1. Understanding of the Project. The Consultant shall demonstrate an understanding of the project and present a summary of what the consultant determines is necessary to accomplish the work. In this section the Consultant should address the overall vision for the project and include any recommendations for changes in the overall layout and conceptual design of the Facilities and appurtenances. 2. Comments on Scope of Services. The Scope of Services is described in a subsequent section of this RFP The Consultant shall provide comments on the Scope of Services, including proposed additions and/or deletions which the Consultant believes would be beneficial to successful completion of the project. 3. Consultant Qualifications. This section of the proposal should summarize the recent experience of the Consultant in performing related work. For each related project, the following information should be provided: · · · · · · name of client and relevant project name and phone number of primary client contact date pertinent work of engineering consultant was completed location of engineering office having primary responsibility names of engineering project manager and project engineer contract amount and completion date

4. Consultant Project Team. Prospective consultants are asked to propose a project team including consultant staff and sub-consultants and provide a diagram depicting the team organization. Resumes shall be provided for key individuals from the prospective engineering consultant, and any additional subconsultants proposed for key elements of the work. The resumes should emphasize recent experience and 5

should include the following information: · · · Geographic location of office to which the individual is normally assigned Proposed responsibility and function of each member of the team Work assignments on similar projects including: name of client and project name and phone number of primary client contact date work assignment was completed description of work assignment specific role and responsibility of the individual

5. Comments on Proposed Schedule. The proposed project schedule through construction is shown in a following section. Please provide input in your proposal concerning the design schedule and any changes Consultant would suggest from that shown. 6. Review of Contractual Terms. The Consultant shall review the sample Contract Agreement provided and shall be willing to comply in principle with all terms and conditions in the agreement. A final contract agreement will be negotiated between the selected firm and ACWWA. It is anticipated to have similar terms and conditions as the sample contract agreement. Consultant shall provide an annotated markup of the proposed contract that notes areas of proposed changes to be negotiated. 7. Professional Services Fees. Fee schedules proposed by Consultant and all sub-consultants shall be included. The fee schedule information shall include as a minimum: hourly rates by labor category; the labor category of all key members of the project team; and markup rates for sub consultants, outside and office services. The Consultant shall provide a manpower/fee estimate tied to each task in the draft Scope of Services. SELECTION CRITERIA Consultant selection will be based on the following criteria: · Professional abilities of the Consultant. · Relevant project experience and relevant specialized qualifications of the Consultant. · Qualifications of personnel to be directly involved with this project and their direct involvement. · Working relationship of Consultant with previous clients. · Ability to provide all the professional services required for the project (either directly or through subconsultants) and a professional services fee commensurate with the value of services provided. · Consultant with a concise, well thought out "vision" for completing the project in the timeframe outlined in this Request for Proposals. QUESTIONS Any questions concerning the project or the RFP shall be submitted in writing to Mr. Jeff Brooks, ACWWA; email address [email protected] Answers will be provided as questions are submitted; all information will be posted on the ACWWA website. All questions must be submitted by 5:00 p.m., October 18, 2010. Answers to all questions will be published periodically on the website with the last questions answered by 1:00 p.m., October 19, 2010. It is the responsibility of the Consultants to monitor the ACWWA website for answers. REVIEW PROCESS and SELECTION ACWWA staff will review the proposals and make a recommendation to ACWWA's Planning, Design, and Construction Committee (PDAC) of the most qualified firm. Upon final review by PDAC, PDAC 6

will make a recommendation to the ACWWA Board of Directors, which will make the final selection. NOTICE OF AWARD The selected firm will be notified by November 10, 2010 to begin final contract negotiations. REJECTION OF PROPOSALS ACWWA reserves the right to reject any and all of the responses received as a result of this Request for Proposals and waives any and all informalities in the proposal and selection process. ADDENDA TO THE RFP In the event that it becomes necessary to revise any part of this RFP, addenda will be posted on ACWWA's website (http://www.arapahoewater.org). It is the responsibility of the Consultant to check the website for addenda. The final date for posting addenda to the website will be October 17, 2010. PROJECT SCHEDULE The anticipated project schedule is outlined in the table below. This is the best estimate at this time; after selection, the Consultant will be expected to help to develop the final schedule. TASK COMPLETION DATE 1. RFP Issued October 6, 2010 @ 5:00 p.m. 2. Proposal Due October 20, 2010 @ 3:00 p.m. 3. Initial Consultant Selection November 10, 2010 4. Contract Negotiations November 11-17, 2010 5. Sign Contract/Notice to Proceed November 18, 2010 6. 30% Design Completion December 11, 2010 7. 75% Design Completion -Wet Well/Mid Level Pipe January 11, 2011 8. 100% Design Completion ­Wet Well/Mid Level Pipe February 1, 2011 9. Submit Wet Well/Mid Level Pipe Design to SEO February 7, 2011 10. 75% Design Completion -Pump Station/Low Level March 1, 2011 11. 100% Design Completion-Pump Station/Low Level April 1, 2011 12. Submit Pump Station/Low Level Design to SEO April 7, 2011 13. SEO Approval ­ Wet Well/Mid Level Pipe May 7, 2011 14. Start Construction ­ Wet Well/Mid Level Pipe June 1, 2011 15. Substantial Completion ­ Wet Well/Mid Level Pipe July 1, 2011 16. SEO Approval ­ Pump Station/Low Level July 7, 2011 17. Start Construction ­ Pump Station/Low Level August 1, 2011 18. Substantial Completion ­ Pump Station/Low Level November 1, 2011 19. Final Project Completion December 1, 2011

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SCOPE OF SERVICES

The Scope of Work for this project covers those Services and shall be included in the Consultant's "Fee Proposal & Man-hour Estimate" and as generally described below: Series 100 Preliminary Design Phase 101 Kickoff Meeting: Consultant shall conduct an initial project meeting to confirm the project scope and schedule, and obtain available information. Consultant shall also meet with ACWWA staff periodically to discuss project status, issues and problems, proposed solutions to said issues and problems, and decision points needed to maintain project schedule. Consultant shall also submit to ACWWA monthly a brief project status and progress report. Reservoir and Dam Design: ACWWA will provide all current plans and reports for the design and construction of the reservoir and dam. Design Concept Confirmation / Options: Consultant shall discuss with ACWWA the proposed conceptual design and confirm with ACWWA the proposed design direction and/or suggested options/modifications recommended by the Consultant. ACWWA will make final determination as to the design direction for the Consultant to proceed with into the Preliminary Design. Project Schedule: Consultant will provide a detailed project design schedule. 30% Design: Consultant shall prepare a 30% design of the reservoir Facilities shaft wet well, outlets/intakes, low and mid-level outlets/intakes and pipelines and pump station building and facilities. The purpose of the 30% design is to address major design issues and set major design parameters such as building size, wet well size, pipeline sizes, etc. SEO Coordination: Consultant, along with an ACWWA representative, shall meet with the SEO to discuss design concepts, layouts, procedures, requirements, and schedules related to design review time. Project Phasing: The Consultant shall provide a phasing plan which outlines the critical paths for design and construction of the various Facilities components. Conceptual Cost Estimate: A preliminary conceptual level opinion of probable cost will be prepared. This initial estimate will carry a 30% contingency. Permits Evaluation: The necessary permit requirements (i.e. Douglas County, etc.) and approvals will be identified and initial contacts will be made with each agency to determine permit requirements, fees, and review schedules. Information regarding the required permits and approvals will be contained in Series 114, Letter Report. Note: All permit fees are to be paid by ACWWA and review schedules could impact the overall schedule for the project. Electrical Design (30%): Obtain current version of ACWWA Design Standards. Prepare preliminary electrical equipment and instrumentation list and electrical load data. Size electrical motors and create preliminary load list with load calculations for preliminary electric service size estimates. Coordinate with electric utility and prepare single line diagram. Prepare and submit 8

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Series 200 Final Design Phase 201 Kickoff Meeting: A meeting will be held at the ACWWA offices to discuss the findings of Series 100 and to discuss how the Final Design should proceed. Consultant shall also meet with ACWWA staff periodically to discuss project status, issues, and problems, etc. (see Series 101 above). Horizontal and Vertical Design Datum: All vertical information shall be portrayed through use of point elevations and profiles. All necessary horizontal information including ties to various physical features which might affect the facilities and proposed construction activities shall be established by ties to the reservoir boundary or dam baseline. Additional Geotechnical Investigation (As-Needed): A Geotechnical Investigation shall be performed by the Consultant (or Consultant's sub-consultant). This shall consist of the following described items of work: 1. Exploratory Borings: Drill exploratory holes to obtain samples for testing and to determine design parameters. Laboratory Testing: Conduct a laboratory testing program to determine the strength, compressibility or swell characteristics, corrosivity, and classification of the material at the site. Geotechnical Analysis: Analyze the results of the field and laboratory investigations to make an assessment of the subsurface conditions and their impact on construction of the project facilities.

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SEO Coordination / Approvals: Consultant shall coordinate the Facilities design with the SEO and prepare and submit all necessary documentation, reports, and design for SEO review and approval. All designs shall follow SEO Rules and Regulations for Dam Safety and Dam Construction. Coordination With United / Reservoir Construction: Consultant shall coordinate the design work and schedules with United and United's reservoir and dam contractor to minimize, to the extent possible, conflicts in construction sequencing and schedules between the two projects.

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ACWWA anticipates that the design and construction of the Facilities will be completed in two overlapping phases. The following Series 200 tasks shall be divided into Phase A and Phase B tasks. 207A/B 75% Construction Drawings: Consultant shall prepare 75% drawings on 22" x 34" sheets. The drawings will be provided at a 1 inch = 20 feet horizontal and 1 inch = 5 feet vertical scale. Pertinent details for the facilities construction will be shown on detail sheets, including necessary appurtenances and their structures. Drawings will include as a minimum, but are not limited to: 1. Title Sheet: Title, ACWWA's name, project name, list of abbreviations, project number, signatures for approval, location and vicinity maps, and sheet index. Water Plan and Profile Sheets: Details of the facilities (if any), adjacent rights-of-way and property lines, property ownership, utility locations (including size and owners when available), survey control, bench marks (referenced if not on drawings), bearings and distances of facilities centerline with appropriate angles and distances and curve data, stations, deflections, horizontal ties and right-of-way widths. Detail Sheets: Details needed for construction of the project and utility details including the location, size, material, general notes and other pertinent information, including cathodic protection as needed. Electrical site and building plans showing equipment locations, grounding, building and area lighting design and photometrics, mechanical equipment and structures, conduit and duct bank routing and conduit section views. Include single-line diagrams, panel schedules, load calculations, short circuit calculations; I&C system interconnect diagram, control schematics, installation details, P&IDs, and specifications including detailed process control descriptions. Coordinate electrical and I&C design elements with ACWWA's System Integration Consultant to review compliance with current ACWWA standards. Process control descriptions intended for operation and maintenance of the facility and control system programming and integration with ACWWA's SCADA system shall be prepared and reviewed with ACWWA. Coordinate with ACWWA's System Integration Consultant to assist in developing the process control descriptions based on current standards.

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specifications to supplement ACWWA's Standards, and electrical and I&C specification as described in Task 207 above. 209A/B 75% Review Meeting: Meet with ACWWA staff to review 75% documents (provide five (5) copies) and discuss review comments to be incorporated into the 98% documents and provide updated design schedule. 212A/B 98% Design Drawing and Specifications: Complete 98% contract documents (drawings and specifications) based on input received from the ACWWA during the 75% design meeting. 213A/B Project Permitting: Consultant shall finalize necessary permits (except those identified to be obtained by contractor) and submit to outside agencies. Assumes all permit fees to be paid by ACWWA. 214 A/B Plan Review: Consultant shall coordinate review requirements of Local, State, and Federal agencies as required and address changes as required by those agencies. 215A/B 98% Design Meeting: Meet with ACWWA to discuss 98% contract documents and any additional comments ACWWA and applicable agencies might have. 216A/B Opinion of Probable Cost: Consultant shall prepare a final engineers opinion of probable cost estimate. The contingency for this estimate will be lowered to 10% 217A/B QA/QC: Consultant shall perform QA/QC reviews of all design drawings and specifications. 218A/B Finalize Drawing/Specifications: Consultant shall make final revisions to contract documents based on ACWWA and others input and quality review comments. 219A/B Document Submittals: Consultant shall prepare and submit Bid-Ready Documents to the ACWWA. Provide one signed and stamped set of plans and bound specifications along with an electronic .pdf set of plans printable in 11"x17" format. One hard copy and one electronic copy of all project files shall also be transmitted to the ACWWA at project completion. Series 300 Bidding Services ACWWA anticipates that the design and construction of the Facilities will be completed in two overlapping phases. The following Series 300 tasks shall be divided into Phase A and Phase B tasks. 301A/B Request for Bid Advertisement: Consultant shall provide a brief descriptive advertisement or Request for Bid, approved by ACWWA, for the project and shall make arrangements for advertisement with media sources approved by ACWWA. 302A/B Pre-bid Meeting: Consultant shall conduct a pre-bid meeting at ACWWA's offices and produce a pre-bid meeting synopsis for inclusion in the contract documents. 303A/B Bid Addendum: Consultant shall keep a record of all questions from contractor and propose a response to said questions, prepare necessary bid addendum, and consult with ACWWA during the bidding process.

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304A/B Bid Opening: Consultant shall assist ACWWA as requested in conducting the bid opening at ACWWA's offices. 305A/B Bid Evaluation: Consultant shall prepare a bid summary, evaluate the accuracy and balance of the submitted bids, make contact with references of the apparent low bidder, and make recommendations to ACWWA for selection of the most responsible low bidder. Series 400 Construction Management Services 401 Pre-Construction: Consultant shall attend the pre-construction meeting and prepare minutes of said meeting. Phase B only: Contractor shall prepare and submit a detailed construction schedule that includes 3 days of I&C system loop testing, 3 days of equipment operation testing, 2 days of SCADA system integration testing, and 3 days of startup and commissioning of the fully automated processes. Submittals Review: Consultant shall review all contractor submittals for compliance with the project drawings and specifications and make recommendations to ACWWA for approval/disapproval. Coordinate with ACWWA's System Integration Consultant who will review submittals related to I&C and SCADA system construction elements. Field Observations/Consultation with ACWWA: Consultant shall participate in field observations and/or consultations with ACWWA as requested by ACWWA. This task shall be estimated at 8 hours per day for the initial Facilities construction period of one month and then 8 hours per week for the estimated remaining Facilities construction period of 4 months. Consultant shall provide additional construction observation services as needed to meet the requirements of the SEO. Bi-Monthly Project Meeting: Consultant shall participate in project progress meetings on a minimum twice per month basis for the duration of the project, unless directed differently by ACWWA. Change Order/Partial Payment: Consultant shall review and make recommendations for approval/disapproval of all change orders and monthly partial pay estimates. Consultant shall coordinate this task with ACWWA's project inspector. Substantial Completion Walk Through / Start-up: Consultant shall participate in the substantial completion walk through and prepare a punch list for final acceptance. Consultant shall participate in the project start-up to test all facilities and assure that all operational requirements are met. As-Builts: Consultant shall utilize information provided by contractor to annotate the construction drawings to as-built conditions. This task shall include a survey of the project features in accordance with ACWWA's standards. This task also includes a final submittal to the SEO documenting the Facilities construction and meeting all closeout documentation requirements of the SEO.

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