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File #: 22-4109    Name:
Type: Consent Item Status: Agenda Ready
File created: 4/29/2022 In control: City Council
On agenda: 5/17/2022 Final action:
Title: APPROVE PURCHASE ORDERS WITH PERFORMANCE MARINE AND KING HARBOR MARINE CENTER FOR THE REFURBISHMENT OF HARBOR PATROL VESSEL UNIT 801 FOR A TOTAL COST OF $57,909.24
Attachments: 1. Administrative Report, 2. RBHDEngQuote, 3. KHMC Quote
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To: MAYOR AND CITY COUNCIL
From: TED SEMAAN, PUBLIC WORKS DIRECTOR

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APPROVE PURCHASE ORDERS WITH PERFORMANCE MARINE AND KING HARBOR MARINE CENTER FOR THE REFURBISHMENT OF HARBOR PATROL VESSEL UNIT 801 FOR A TOTAL COST OF $57,909.24
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EXECUTIVE SUMMARY
Harbor Patrol Vessel Unit 801 is scheduled for replacement. Given the significant rising costs of industry equipment and the lead time required to procure and build a new vessel, the Fire Department, having consulted with Public Works, is recommending extending the life of the vessel through the completion of refurbishment work. Specifically, the extension will be enabled by replacing the vessel's two engines and conducting additional boat maintenance. The vessel is used frequently by the Harbor Patrol Division to offer assistance and emergency response to boaters in and around the harbor. Completion of the work will extend the vessel's life-span by approximately 4 years. The purchase order (see attached) with Performance Marine for the two replacement engines totals $41,289.96. The purchase orders (see attached) with King Harbor Marine Center for installation of the engines and the additional boat rehabilitation work total $16,619.28.

BACKGROUND
The Fire Department is proposing extending the life of Harbor Patrol Vessel Unit 801, by approximately 4 years through the completion of necessary maintenance and repair work. The vessel, a 2004 Crystalliner boat, is used frequently by the Harbor Patrol Division of the Fire Department to patrol the harbor, and the surrounding ocean areas near Redondo Beach. The core of the required work involves replacing the vessel's two engines. The total proposed cost is $57,909.24. The vessel is scheduled for replacement, but given the rising costs of boat equipment and the lead-time to procure and build a new vessel the Fire Department is recommending rehabilitation of the existing boat.

On February 21, 2017, the City Council approved a similar re...

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