8 Resolution Awarding the Wastewater Treatment Plant SCADA System Upgrade and Integration Project to Tesco Controls.

Meeting Date: MARCH 03, 2015

8. Resolution Awarding the Wastewater Treatment Plant SCADA System Upgrade and Integration Project to Tesco Controls.

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STAFF REPORT

AGENDA ITEM: Resolution Awarding the Wastewater Treatment Plant SCADA System Upgrade and Integration Project to Tesco Controls.

MEETING DATE: March 3, 2015

PREPARED BY: Alfonso Manrique, Alternate City Engineer REVIEWED BY: Odi Ortiz, Interim City Manager

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RECOMMENDATION:

City Council to adopt Resolution No. 2015-_, awarding the upgrade and integration of the Wastewater Treatment Plant SCADA System to Tesco Controls.

BACKGROUND AND DISCUSSION:

The City’s Domestic Wastewater Treatment Plant (DWWTP) was constructed in 2004. The current SCADA system has been in service since the plant was constructed. Some of the hardware and software components are obsolete and need to be upgraded to improve the reliability of the remote monitoring system and to preserve the integrity of the data stored in the servers.

The City’s sewer collection system has five sewer lift stations that are not remotely monitored. Problems at these lift stations are usually detected during necessary routine inspections. A SCADA system at these five lift stations would allow remote monitoring of the equipment and liquid levels. The SCADA will minimize the risk of sewer backups and sewer overflows.

The City’s water system SCADA and DWWTP SCADA use Tesco Controls technology. Staff is familiar with the performance and service provided by Tesco Controls. To maintain consistency in the water and sewer utilities, staff recommends that Tesco Controls provide the upgrade and integration of the DWWTP SCADA and the five lift stations.

Tesco Controls has provided a proposal to complete this work and is attached to this Staff Report. Tesco’s proposal is competitive in price and staff recommends that the project be awarded to Tesco Controls.

FISCAL IMPACT:

The upgrade and integration of the SCADA System was included in the FY 2014/15 Sewer Capital Fund budget at a cost of $208,570.

ATTACHMENTS:

1. Resolution 2015-

2. Tesco Controls Proposal

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RESOLUTION NO. 2015-

A RESOLUTION OF THE CITY COUNCIL OF THE CITY OF LIVINGSTON AWARDING THE UPGRADE AND INTEGRATION OT THE EXISTING ROCKWELL SCADA TELEMETRY SYSTEM AT THE WASTEWATER TREATMENT PLANT AND FIVE SEWER

LIFT STATIONS TO TESCO CONTROLS, AND MAKING FINDINGS SUPPORTING THAT THE PROCUREMENT FOR TIDS EQUIPMENT AND SERVICES IS EXEMPT FROM COMPETITIVE BIDDING REQUIREMENTS.

WHEREAS, the City of Livingston has a SCADA system at its Domestic Wastewater Treatment Plant (DWWTP) which is over 12 years old and needs to be upgraded; and

WHEREAS, the City desires to include remote monitoring at five sewer lift stations in the collection system; and

WHEREAS, the City’s current SCADA systems for the water and sewer utilities use Tesco Controls, staff is very satisfied with the performance and support provided by Tesco, and staff is also very familiar with the operation and troubleshooting of Tesco Controls products; and

WHEREAS, the City desires to maintain consistency on the SCADA system and procure the system upgrade and integration from Tesco Controls, Inc. for the quoted price of $208,570; and

NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED by the City Council of the City of Livingston as follows:

Section 1. The above recitals are true and correct findings of the Livingston City Council.

Section 2. The purchase of SCADA System Upgrade Services and Equipment from Tesco Controls, Inc. as part of the Well No. 13 and Well No. 17 Projects is exempt from California Public Contract Code competitive bidding requirements pursuant to the established common-law doctrine articulated in the case of Graydon v. Pasadena Redevelopment Agency (1980) 104 Cal.App. 3d 631.

Section 3. The Interim City Manager is hereby authorized and directed to procure the SCADA system upgrade and integration from Tesco Controls, Inc. for the quoted price of $208,570.

Passed and adopted this 3rd day of March, 2015, by the following vote:

AYES:

NOES:

ABSENT:

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Rodrigo Espinoza, Mayor of the City of Livingston

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ATTEST:

I, hereby certify that the foregoing resolution was regularly introduced, passed and adopted at a Regular Meeting of the City Council of the City of Livingston this 3rd day of March, 2015.

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Antonio Silva, City Clerk of the City of Livingston

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