City of Atlanta
Georgia

Resolution
19-R-3098

A RESOLUTION BY TRANSPORTATION COMMITTEE AUTHORIZING THE MAYOR OR HER DESIGNEE TO ENTER INTO A COOPERATIVE PURCHASING AGREEMENT WITH SIEMENS INDUSTRY, INC., DESIGNATED AS FC-10513, PURSUANT TO THE CITY OF ATLANTA PROCUREMENT AND REAL ESTATE CODE SECTION 2-1602 UTILIZING THE GEORGIA DEPARTMENT OF TRANSPORTATION CONTRACT NUMBER 48400-410-DOT0001081-0008 FOR ON CALL TRAFFIC SIGNAL MAINTENANCE SERVICES ON BEHALF OF THE DEPARTMENT OF PUBLIC WORKS, IN AN AMOUNT NOT TO EXCEED ONE MILLION ONE HUNDRED SEVENTY ONE THOUSAND SEVEN HUNDRED SIXTY TWO DOLLARS AND FOUR CENTS ($1,171,762.04), TO PROVIDE CITYWIDE INTERSECTION SIGNALS DETECTION; ALL SERVICES SHALL BE CHARGED TO AND PAID FROM ACCOUNT NUMBERS LISTED HEREIN; AND FOR OTHER PURPOSES.

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Department:Public WorksSponsors:
Category:TransportationFunctions:Legislative Liaison - Kajara Anderson

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WHEREAS, the City of Atlanta (the “City”) has determined a need for On-Call Traffic Signal Maintenance Services for Citywide Intersection Signals Detection Projects; and

 

WHEREAS, as part of ongoing improvements to traffic signals, installation and upgrade of the City’s Intelligent Transportation System (ITS) has been identified as necessary infrastructure to improve vehicle traffic flow at various citywide locations to add efficiency and safety; and

 

WHEREAS, the Commissioner of the Department of Public Works has identified the Georgia Department of Transportation (“GDOT”) Contract Number 48400-410-DOT0001081-0008 with Siemens Industry, Inc., as a source for the Cooperative Purchasing as a competitive and comparable solution for citywide intersection signals detection projects for the Department of Public Works; and

 

WHEREAS, GDOT Contract Number 48400-410-DOT0001081-0008 was priced competitively in a manner consistent and pursuant to the Procurement and Real Estate Code Sections with the City of Atlanta Code of Ordinances; and

 

WHEREAS, the Chief Procurement Officer has evaluated and determined that competitive procedures akin to those used by the City in the development of the contract from which the Cooperative Purchasing Agreement will be derived and that the cost of goods, supplies, services or construction are comparable to or less than the cost of the same goods, supplies, services or construction if obtained through City procurements under Division 4 of the City Procurement Code; and

 

WHEREAS, the term for this Cooperative Purchasing Agreement as procured by the Georgia Department of Transportation shall be for two (2) years with an option at GDOT’s sole discretion to renew the Contract for three (3) one (1) year renewal periods; and

 

WHEREAS, the Chief Procurement Officer, and the Commissioner of the Department of Public Works recommend executing Cooperative Purchasing Agreement FC-10513 (B) with Siemens Industry, Inc. utilizing GDOT Contract Number 48400-410-DOT0001081-0008 to provide On Call Traffic Signal Maintenance Services on behalf of the Department of Public Works, in an amount not to exceed One Million One Hundred Seventy One Thousand Seven Hundred Sixty Two Dollars and Four Cents ($1,171,762.04).

 

THE CITY COUNCIL OF THE CITY OF ATLANTA, GEORGIA HEREBY RESOLVES, that the Mayor or her designee, is authorized to enter into Cooperative Purchasing Agreement FC-10513 (B) with Siemens Industry, Inc. utilizing GDOT Contract Number 48400-410-DOT0001081-0008 to provide On Call Traffic Signal Maintenance Services on behalf of the Department of Public Works, in an amount not to exceed One Million One Hundred Seventy One Thousand Seven hundred Sixty Two Dollars and Four Cents ($1,171,762.04).

 

BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED, that all contracted work shall be charged to and paid from the following accounts: 3502 (General Government Capital Fund) 130308 (DPW Transportation Design) 5999999 (Projects and Grants Budget- Summary) 4270000 (Traffic Engineering) 101985 (Citywide Traffic Signal Improvement) 91795 (DEV IMPACT FEES-TRANS) PTAEO Source: 13101985 1** 350291795 5999999 COA - $1,171,762.04

 

BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED, that the Chief Procurement Officer, in consultation with the City Attorney, is directed to prepare the appropriate Cooperative Purchasing Agreement for the execution by the Mayor, or her, designee.

 

BE IT FINALLY RESOLVED, that the Cooperative Purchasing Agreement will not become binding on the City and the City will incur no obligation under it, until it has been executed by the Mayor, or her designee, attested to by the Municipal Clerk, approved by the City Attorney as to form and delivered to Siemens Industry, Inc.

 

Meeting History

Jan 30, 2019 10:30 AM Video Transportation Committee Regular Committee Meeting
draft Draft

Senior Transportation Manager Barrington Brown, DPW

RESULT:FAVORABLE [UNANIMOUS]
MOVER:Carla Smith, District 1
SECONDER:Matt Westmoreland, Councilmember, Post 2 At Large
AYES:Andre Dickens, Matt Westmoreland, Amir R Farokhi, Jennifer N. Ide, Carla Smith
ABSENT:Joyce M Sheperd, Marci Collier Overstreet
Feb 4, 2019 1:00 PM Video Atlanta City Council Regular Meeting
draft Draft

ADOPTED BY A ROLL CALL VOTE OF 14 YEAS; 0 NAYS

RESULT:ADOPTED [UNANIMOUS]
MOVER:Matt Westmoreland, Councilmember, Post 2 At Large
SECONDER:Dustin Hillis, Councilmember, District 9
AYES:Michael Julian Bond, Matt Westmoreland, Andre Dickens, Carla Smith, Amir R Farokhi, Cleta Winslow, Natalyn Mosby Archibong, Jennifer N. Ide, Howard Shook, J. P. Matzigkeit, Dustin Hillis, Andrea L. Boone, Marci Collier Overstreet, Joyce M Sheperd