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Record #: SO2017-8607   
Type: Ordinance Status: Passed
Intro date: 12/13/2017 Current Controlling Legislative Body: Committee on Housing and Real Estate
Final action: 1/17/2018
Title: Agreement with AECOM Technical Services, Inc. and AECOM Hunt Construction Group, Inc. for design, construction and delivery of City vehicle repair and fueling facilities
Sponsors: Emanuel, Rahm
Topic: AGREEMENTS - Improvement
Attachments: 1. O2017-8607.pdf, 2. SO2017-8607.pdf
SUBSTITUTE ORDINANCE

WHEREAS, the Chicago Department of Fleet and Facility Management ,("2FM") (the "Department") wishes to retain an entity for the purpose of designing and building several facilities ("Design-Build Project"'): and

WHEREAS, the Design-Build Project is intended to provide the Department with high-quality replacement facilities for the maintenance and fueling of the City's fleet of vehicles, which maintenance and refueling was formerly conducted primarily at the City's 1685 Throop location; and

WHEREAS, the Design-Build Project consists of the construction of the following three facilities:

Site 1: Main Heavy-Duty Vehicle Repair Facility
Construction of a main heavy-duty vehicle repair and maintenance shop with 2FM administrative offices and dispatch center located at 210 W 69lh Street in the Englewood neighborhood (former Kennedy-King College site);

Site 2: Satellite Heavy-Duty Vehicle Repair Facility
Construction of a satellite heavy duty vehicle maintenance and repair shop at 4241 N. Neenah Ave.;

Site 3: Fuel Station
Construction, of a new vehicle fueling station for City vehicles at 1152 N. North Branch Street; and

WHEREAS, the Design-Build Project is anticipated to improve 2FM operations, provide new updated facilities and ensure the' ability of 2FM to deliver critical services in an efficient and economic manner, as well as catalyze investment in the Englewood community by leveraging the City's strategy of public infrastructure modernization as a means to provide economic stimulus.; and

WHEREAS, the Chicago Infrastructure Trust ("CIT"), on behalf of the City of Chicago ("City"), led the Design-Build Project procurement in coordination with the City and the Department; and

WHEREAS, on May 30, 2017, CIT, on behalf of the City, issued a Request for Proposals ("RFP") for the Design-Build Project, and an evaluation committee, composed of, City and CIT employees with expertise in fleet operations and design construction and financing of publ...

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