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File #: 22-3872    Name:
Type: Consent Item Status: Agenda Ready
File created: 3/15/2022 In control: City Council
On agenda: 5/3/2022 Final action:
Title: APPROVE THREE-YEAR AGREEMENTS WITH PCI STRIPING AND SUPERIOR PAVEMENT MARKINGS TO PROVIDE CITYWIDE STREET STRIPING SERVICES FOR A COST NOT TO EXCEED $54,000 PER AGREEMENT, FOR THE TERM MAY 3, 2022 TO MAY 2, 2025
Attachments: 1. Administrative Report, 2. PCI Agreement, 3. Superior Pavement Markings Agreement, 4. H.8- Blue Folder
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To: MAYOR AND CITY COUNCIL
From: TED SEMAAN, PUBLIC WORK DIRECTOR

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APPROVE THREE-YEAR AGREEMENTS WITH PCI STRIPING AND SUPERIOR PAVEMENT MARKINGS TO PROVIDE CITYWIDE STREET STRIPING SERVICES FOR A COST NOT TO EXCEED $54,000 PER AGREEMENT, FOR THE TERM MAY 3, 2022 TO MAY 2, 2025
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EXECUTIVE SUMMARY
Approval of the recommended action would award three-year agreements to PCI Striping and Superior Pavement Markings to provide Citywide street striping services. The not to exceed amount for each agreement is $54,000.

BACKGROUND
The Public Works Department is responsible for maintaining pavement markings, street striping and crosswalks throughout the City. However, the department does not have the staffing resources to perform the high volume of striping maintenance tasks required on annual basis. Therefore, the City periodically retains outside vendors to provide these services. The most recent multi-year contract was secured in Fiscal Year 2016-2017.

To address long term striping needs, the City has incorporated the installation of long-lasting thermoplastic striping installation as a component of roadway resurfacing projects, such as the slurry seal and residential street rehabilitation projects. Thermoplastic has a significantly longer life span in comparison to paint. As a result, the need to restripe roadways on a regular basis continues to decrease as more roadway surfaces are improved through the capital improvement program.

On January 6, 2022, the Financial Services Department, on behalf of the Public Works Department, solicited proposals for pavement markings, street striping and crosswalk maintenance services in both paint and thermoplastic material. Responses to RFP #2122-011 were received from two vendors:

* Superior Pavement Markings
* PCI Striping

In evaluating the proposals, the following criteria were considered:

* Qualifications/experience
* Resources
* References
* Cost

Both companies were determined ...

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