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CITY COUNCIL AGENDA ITEM NO. 23

Meeting Date: August 12, 2003

Subject/Title: Approve a Resolution authorizing the City Manager to execute an agreement with Contra Costa Water District outlining the responsibilities for the design and construction of the Phase 1 Surface Water Treatment Facility, CIP No. 562-5629.

Submitted by: Engineering: B. Grewal/P. Eldredge

Approved by: John Stevenson, City Manager

RECOMMENDATION
Approve a Resolution authorizing the City Manager to execute an agreement with Contra Costa Water District outlining the responsibilities for the design and construction of the Phase 1 Surface Water Treatment Facility, CIP No. 562-5629.

PREVIOUS ACTION
On September 26, 1995, the City Council approved Resolution 95-215 authorizing the execution of an agreement with the Contra Costa Water District for water supply.

On March 10, 1998, the City Council approved Resolution 98-41 approving the principles of the agreement between East Contra Costa Irrigation District (ECCID), Contra Costa Water District (CCWD) and the City of Brentwood for Long-Term Water Supply and authorizing the City Engineer to continue negotiations with ECCID and CCWD to reach a mutually beneficial agreement for all parties.

On December 14, 1999, the City Council approved Resolution 99-254 approving the agreements between East Contra Costa Irrigation District (ECCID), Contra Costa Water District (CCWD) and the City of Brentwood for long-term water supply, conveyance and treatment.

BACKGROUND
Currently the City pumps water from the RBWTP through a pipeline owned and operated by the Diablo Water District under a separate agreement. As the City of Oakley continues to grow, which is essentially DWD’s service area, there will become less and less capacity available in the pipeline currently utilized by Brentwood. Additionally, it was always understood that this wheeling agreement was to be an interim solution until the City could evaluate alternatives for treatment of its surface water supply and locate a treatment facility.

Of the alternatives analyzed it appears that the most feasible is a hybrid approach which utilizes the purchase of existing capacity at the RBWTP in conjunction with the construction of a new treatment facility when required in the future. A new pipeline and pumpstation is required to convey this water from the RBWTP to the City distribution system. The City and CCWD have negotiated terms outlining the responsibilities of each agency to ensure the design and construction of this project remains on schedule, within budget and meets the criteria of both agencies. Furthermore this agreement outlines the procedures for independent inspections of the pump station by CCWD, funding of cost overruns, acceptance of the improvements, liability of each agency as well as designating a main point of contact for each agency.

FISCAL IMPACT
The majority of the fiscal impact associated with this agreement has already been accounted for in other agreements or contracts with CCWD, Raines Melton and Carrella (design engineers for the pump station and pipeline) or will be accounted for in construction phase of the project. The fiscal impact directly associated with this agreement is a not to exceed deposit of $100,000 to cover CCWD’s staff time for plan checking, inspections and project coordination. If the total amount of this deposit goes unused the remaining amount shall be refunded to Brentwood at the conclusion of the project.

This amount was included in the existing budget as approved in this year’s Capital Improvement Program 2003/08 as part of the Surface Water Treatment Facility, Phases I & II, CIP Project No. 562-5629.

Attachments:
Resolution
Site Map
Amended Agreement

A RESOLUTION OF THE CITY COUNCIL OF THE CITY OF BRENTWOOD AUTHORIZING THE CITY MANAGER TO EXECUTE AN AGREEMENT WITH CONTRA COSTA WATER DISTRICT OUTLINING THE RESPONSIBILITIES FOR THE DESIGN AND CONSTRUCTION OF THE PHASE 1 SURFACE WATER TREATMENT FACILITY, CIP PROJECT NO. 562-5629.

WHEREAS, on September 26, 1995, the City Council Approved Resolution 95-215 authorizing the execution of an agreement with the Contra Costa Water District for water supply; and

WHEREAS, on March 10, 1998, the City Council Approved Resolution 98-41 approving the principles of the agreement between East Contra Costa Irrigation District (ECCID), Contra Costa Water District (CCWD) and the City of Brentwood for Long-Term Water Supply and authorizing the City Engineer to continue negotiations with ECCID and CCWD to reach a mutually beneficial agreement for all parties; and

WHEREAS, on December 14, 1999, the City Council Approved Resolution 99-254 approving the agreements between East Contra Costa Irrigation District (ECCID), Contra Costa Water District (CCWD) and the City of Brentwood for long-term water supply, conveyance and treatment; and

WHEREAS, the agreement between ECCID and Brentwood approved by the City Council in December of 1999 provided the City with the first right of refusal of 14,800 acre-feet of water annually to be used for municipal purposes; and

WHEREAS, the City Council approved an agreement with CCWD in December of 1999 to resolve overlapping service boundaries, provide interim treatment of this new found water source at CCWD’s Randall-Bold Water Treatment Plant and required both agencies to continue discussions for long treatment possibilities; and

WHEREAS, staff from CCWD and the City have been analyzing several options to provide the long term treatment of this water; and

WHEREAS, during the analysis of these alternatives it was determined that a “hybrid” approach was the most optimal and cost effective solution for both the City and CCWD; and

WHEREAS, this approach consists of the City purchasing 6 mgd (3,200 acre-feet /year) of existing treatment capacity in the Randall-Bold Plant and then constructing a scaled down water treatment facility adjacent to Randall-Bold in the future; and

WHEREAS, this approach provides substantial savings to the City in the amount of Two Million Dollars. This estimated savings will be used to establish a healthy reserve fund in the water enterprise account as well as to help offset future water rate increases.

NOW THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED that the City Council of the City of Brentwood hereby authorizes the City Manager to execute the amendments to the agreement with the Contra Costa Water District pertaining to treated water services.

PASSED, APPROVED AND ADOPTED by the City Council of the City of Brentwood at a regular meeting held on the 12th day of August 2003 by the following vote:

AGREEMENT
BETWEEN
CONTRA COSTA WATER DISTRICT
AND
THE CITY OF BRENTWOOD
FOR DESIGN AND CONSTRUCTION OF WATER FACILITIES
AT THE RANDALL-BOLD WATER TREATMENT PLANT

This Agreement is entered into this _____ day of __________, 2003, between the Contra Costa Water District (herein referred to as “CCWD” ), a county water district organized and existing under Division 12, commencing with Section 30000 of the California Water Code, and the City of Brentwood, a Municipal Corporation herein referred to as “City.”

WHEREAS the City and CCWD approved an Amendment to their January 2000 Agreement effective August, 2003, in order for the City to be fully entitled to all rights pertaining to a purchase of 6 million gallons per day (mgd) capacity right at CCWD’s Randall-Bold Water Treatment Plant (RBWTP) to provide for the long-term treated water supply to the City’s customers in the CCWD service area (overlap customers); to establish the terms for planning, design, construction, testing, and operation and maintenance of a new pump station and pipeline at the RBWTP site to convey treated water from RBWTP to the City’s distribution system; and to further define the basis for a long-term agreement between CCWD and the City for conveyance and treatment of the City’s water.
WHEREAS treated water conveyance from RBWTP will require the construction of certain facilities on CCWD property, hereinafter called “Improvements,” which are listed on Exhibit A hereto. These Improvements include but are not limited to the following: (1) a treated water pump station and related appurtenances, and (2) a treated water pipeline and related appurtenances;
WHEREAS City desires to design and construct these Improvements on behalf of CCWD;
WHEREAS City desires CCWD to own, operate and maintain the pump station under the terms of the August, 2003 Amendment, and the City will own, operate and maintain the pipeline;
NOW THEREFORE, to provide for the design and construction of the permanent facilities, CCWD and City agree as follows:
1. Project Management:
A. The City of Brentwood and CCWD agree that the project manager for the Improvements shall be the main point of contact for each respective agency; (2) shall be responsible for all aspects of the project as described in this agreement;(3) shall be the liaison for any and all communications between the designer, construction manger, inspectors etc. Any changes to the project managers listed below shall require the written approval of the other agency.

City of Brentwood
Paul Eldredge
150 City Park Way
Brentwood, Ca 94550
Phone: (925) 516-5420
Fax: (925) 516-5421


Contra Costa Water District
Scott Weddle
2411 Bisso Lane
Concord, Ca 94524
Phone: (925) 688-8318
Fax: (925) 688-8142

2. Design of Improvements
A. The City shall at its expense design the Improvements necessary to convey treated water from the RBWTP to the City’s distribution system. Such design shall be performed by one or more California registered professional engineers. All land surveying necessary for the design of the Improvements shall be performed by either a land surveyor licensed in California or a professional engineer authorized to perform such services. All soil and subsoil investigations necessary for the design of the permanent facilities shall be performed by a professional geotechnical engineer licensed in California to conduct such investigations. Structural engineering design for the Improvements shall be performed by a California registered Structural Engineer.

CCWD will provide to the City an example set of plans and specifications (Project No. 197071, Multi-purpose Pipeline Project (MPP) - Treated Water Pump Station) that serve to describe the standard of design and construction to be provided for the pump station portion of the improvements . The parties agree that the City will design and construct the pump station to provide an equivalent level of quality, function, reliability, and redundancy to that which exists at RBWTP and on the MPP project. CCWD, as the owner and operator of the pump station will in conjunction with the City review and accept key aspects of the pump station. Review and approval of these key aspects shall not be unreasonably withheld. An example of some of the key aspects are as follows:
• pumping equipment
• number and size of pumping units
• pump control scheme
• valve equipment
• pipe material from point of connection at RBWTP to the start of the City pipeline
• site planning drainage
• coatings
• excavation and dewatering
• surge control
• process control and monitoring
• control and monitoring via RBWTP Distributed Control System (DCS
• instrumentation and telemetry standards and point tagging convention
• seismic design criteria for facilities and equipment
• electrical equipment including motor control
• underground pipeline and ductbank routing
• architectural features
• ventilation
• documentation standards (e.g., record drawing format, facility O&M manual, spare parts, equipment maintenance training and operations procedures development)
• warranty acceptability
• operational and reliability testing prior to construction
• contract closeout
• inspections and required certifications

B. All final documents submitted to CCWD for review and approval under this Agreement shall bear the seal and stamp of a registered professional engineer or a licensed land surveyor, whichever is appropriate. A list of the documents to be submitted for CCWD review and approval is attached hereto as Exhibit B
C. The design of the Improvements shall proceed in four phases as set forth more fully below as follows: 1) Pre-Design; 2) 50% Design Submittals; 3) 90% Design Submittals; and 4) 100% Design Submittals. CCWD shall review each document submitted in connection with the design of the permanent facilities, including documentation for environmental compliance, and provide written comments, if any, on each such document (with the exception of the final submittal review which shall be completed within 14 calendar days of receipt), within 21 calendar days of receipt. City shall respond to and provide a response to comments within 14 calendar days of receipt of the comments. CCWD will notify the City if any comment responses are unacceptable and the parties will mutually seek to immediately resolve the issue. City shall direct its design consultant to establish a comprehensive project schedule including milestones and all required CCWD review, and to meet regularly with CCWD’s designated personnel throughout the design process. The City and its consultant shall attend at least two user group meetings with CCWD staff to review the design and receive input. User group review will be coordinated by CCWD’s project manager.
D. The design of the Improvements shall at a minimum include the following:
i. Pre-design. The pre-design (10 percent design) shall include (1) schematic designs including general layout of facilities; preliminary P&IDs; major equipment design criteria and other information as needed to convey the intended course of design of the Improvements, (2) a summary of all soil and subsoil investigations necessary for the design of the Improvements , including seismic site specific information as required, and submit all reports describing the results of such investigations, and (5) a schedule of the design activities which identifies sufficient milestone activities and user group reviews to track progress of the design work. (6) surveying and control information (note: survey control shall be consistent with previous survey work done at the Randall-Bold site).
ii. 50 percent design submittals. At the 50 percent stage of design, City shall submit (1) the drawings, plans and specifications for the Improvements , which shall include table of contents, and (2) an updated cost estimate and project schedule.
iii. 90 percent design submittals. At the 90 percent stage of design as determined by CCWD, City shall submit (1) the draft final drawings, plans, calculations, and specifications for the Improvements , which shall include a table of contents, (2) revised and updated cost estimates and schedule.
iv. 100 percent design submittals. City shall prepare (1) the final drawings, plans, calculations, and specifications for the Improvements , which shall include a table of contents, and (2) final estimates for the cost of construction and schedule of the permanent facilities.

3. Construction of Improvements
A. City shall pay all expenses for advertising, bidding, inspection, project management, construction management, construction material testing, specialty inspection, land surveying, and geotechnical engineering services required throughout the construction of the Improvements . All such services shall be obtained by and under contract with the City. City shall also pay all reasonable CCWD expenses to independently inspect construction, review submittals and administer CCWD’s involvement in construction activities in an amount not to exceed as stated in Exhibit D.
B. The City shall construct the Improvements described in Exhibit A. To this end, the City shall assume the obligation to and shall enter into a construction contract for the Improvements (the “Construction Contract”). The construction of the Improvements and all related work shall be in accordance with the plans and specifications developed by the City’s designer and approved by the City of Brentwood and CCWD.
C. Contract Administration: The City shall provide all contract administration, inspection and review necessary to insure that the construction of the Improvements is accomplished in a timely fashion in accordance with all applicable provisions of federal, state, and other local laws, and CCWD regulations and procedures (such as site security), including those for environmental documentation and resources protection. As provided herein and as stated in Exhibit D, CCWD agrees to independently inspect the pump station portion of the Improvements to ensure compliance with the plans and specifications periodically throughout the course of construction. The independent inspections will be coordinated with the City and will be intended to facilitate the mutual acceptance of the project in a timely fashion, as further defined in Section 5. At a minimum, such inspection will be performed at mutually agreeable milestones and shall not be unreasonable withheld as to cause delays in the construction schedule. Any and all costs for such permits, inspections, agreements, and other approvals shall be paid by the City.
D. Coordination with CCWD During Construction: The City shall coordinate all construction activities with the designated CCWD project manager to ensure there are no impacts on CCWD operations, safety, or security. The City shall provide weekly updates of the construction schedule. The CCWD project manager shall attend all construction meetings, and shall serve as the liaison between the City’s designated construction manager and CCWD staff.
E. CCWD Submittal and Change Order Reviews: CCWD’s project manager shall receive copies of all project submittals, including Engineer comments, as they are returned to the Contractor. Any changes to the final plans and specifications must be accepted in writing by CCWD’s project manager.
F. CCWD Construction Inspection: The City’s designated project manager, or their designee (construction manager) shall coordinate all construction inspection activities throughout the project with the CCWD project manager. CCWD may accompany or conduct independent inspections as needed to ensure that the pump station portion of the Improvements is being constructed in accordance with the approved plans and specifications as set forth herein and Exhibit D. The City shall direct the Contractor to correct any construction that does not comply with the final plans and specifications.
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4. CCWD Cost of Services
A. Within 60 days of executing of this Agreement, City shall pay CCWD a deposit of $100,000 as set forth in Exhibit D to cover the CCWD’s estimated costs, including overhead, incurred in the review and approval of the design and construction of the pump station portion of the Improvements. If CCWD incurs additional costs during the pump station portion of the Improvements , CCWD will notify the City and both parties will come to agreement on any necessary adjustments to Exhibit D. Upon completion of construction and acceptance of the facilities by CCWD , CCWD will compute its total actual cost of providing said materials and services, including all final construction inspection costs and adjustments to Exhibit D described above. A final true-up of the costs will be completed upon acceptance by CCWD and the City.
5. Acceptance of Pump Station
A. Acceptance of Pump Station Construction: CCWD shall accept the construction of the pump station after all specified final construction inspections, documentation, training and punch-list items have been satisfactorily completed in accordance with the plans and specifications. Within 30 days of receiving a written request from the City, CCWD will provide written notification to the City that the project has been constructed in accordance with the plans and specification, including any changes made during the course of construction. Upon acceptance of the pump station construction, CCWD shall assume responsibility for operation and maintenance.
B. Transfer of Pump Station Ownership: After acceptance of the pump station construction by CCWD and following a 180-day pump station operating period, all rights, title and interest in and to said pump station free from any liens or encumbrances, shall become and thereafter remain the property of CCWD and such facilities shall thereafter be operated and maintained by CCWD and shall become merged with and be a part of CCWD’s facilities. Should any deficiencies be identified during the 180-day operating period, the City and CCWD will meet and come to a mutual resolution of how to remedy the issue and determine responsibilities for cost. Both CCWD and the City agree that the purpose of the pump station is to provide treated potable water to Brentwood. The City will be consulted by the CCWD if any future modifications to this use are contemplated. If future modifications involve use of the pump station to convey water to any party other than Brentwood, the parties shall negotiate the requirements for reimbursing a portion of Brentwood ’s capital cost to build the facility as well as any applicable replacement, maintenance and depreciation costs. This reimbursement shall be based upon the ratio of benefit to be provided or in other words total flow provided in gallons per minute measured at a mutually agreeable location.

6. Indemnification and Insurance
A. City agrees to defend, indemnify and hold CCWD harmless from and against any and all loss, damage, liability, claims, demands, causes of actions or judgments connected in any way with the design or construction of the Improvements provided herein, including, without limitation, any such loss, damage, liability, claims, demands, causes of actions, or judgments for personal injuries or death as may be asserted, made, or brought by or on behalf of any employee of City or of any of City’s contractors or subcontractors or other third party until such a time CCWD accepts the pump station as described herein. City shall require each of its contractors and each subcontractor employed in connection with the project to similarly indemnify and agree to hold CCWD harmless prior to the commencement of its respective work. Should any legal action be taken against CCWD, the City shall pay all reasonable attorney’s fees incurred by the CCWD associated with the action after the legal action has been tendered and accepted by the City.
B. As a condition to such indemnification, CCWD shall, to the extent of such indemnification, assign to City all rights, warranties, and causes of action it may have against each person or entity legally responsible to pay for repair or replacement or maintenance of said new facilities, including but not limited to, the contractor(s) and design professionals. This indemnity and hold harmless shall not apply to such loss, damage, liability, claims, demands, causes of actions or judgments as are caused by the sole negligence or willful misconduct of CCWD.
C. City shall require that its contractor(s) provide and maintain insurance in the amounts and coverages specified in CCWD-approved project specifications and shall require that said contractor(s) verify that all subcontractors have similar insurance (as specified therein). City shall at all times during the duration of this Agreement maintain, at its sole cost, insurance against the risks and with policy limits not less than those specified in Exhibit C, and shall require each such contractor or subcontractor employed by City in connection with the project to likewise provide the insurance specified in Exhibit C; notwithstanding the foregoing, such insurance shall also cover the indemnification provisions of this Agreement.

7. Notification
A. All notices and communications regarding this agreement and the performance thereof shall be mailed or delivered to the following persons:
8. Assignment
A. This agreement shall bind and benefit the respective successors and assigns of the parties, provided however, that it shall not be assigned by CCWD or the City without the prior written approval of each respective agency. .

IN WITNESS WHEREOF, the parties hereto have executed this Agreement as of the day first set forth above.
CITY OF BRENTWOOD CONTRA COSTA WATER DISTRICT


By:______________________________
John E. Stevenson, City Manager

By:______________________________
Joseph L. Campbell, President

ATTEST:
ATTEST:


_________________________________
City Clerk

__________________________________
Lynne Holland, District Secretary

Approved as to Form:

_________________________________
City Attorney
Approved as to Form:

_________________________________
District Legal Counsel

EXHIBIT A
TO
AGREEMENT
BETWEEN
CONTRA COSTA WATER DISTRICT
AND
THE CITY OF BRENTWOOD
FOR DESIGN AND CONSTRUCTION OF WATER FACILITIES
AT THE RANDALL-BOLD WATER TREATMENT PLANT

The Improvements generally include, but will not be limited to the following:
• Treated water pipeline connecting the existing RBWTP treated water pipeline immediately downstream of the post ozone contact basins to the new City pump station wet well.
• Pump Station :Below-ground reinforced concrete wet well with vertical turbine pumps. The applicable components shall be housed in a temperature controlled waterproof building. The new building architecture shall match construction and features of existing RBWTP buildings.
• Treated water pipeline from the pump station to the City distribution system.
During design and construction CCWD will assist the City in value engineering of the Improvements to help keep the City’s costs at a reasonable level.
EXHIBIT B
TO
AGREEMENT
BETWEEN
CONTRA COSTA WATER DISTRICT
AND
THE CITY OF BRENTWOOD
FOR DESIGN AND CONSTRUCTION OF WATER FACILITIES
AT THE RANDALL-BOLD WATER TREATMENT PLANT

DESIGN SUBMITTAL REQUIREMENTS

Unless otherwise specified by the District through its Project Manager, City shall submit each of the following deliverables in the respective formats for that type of deliverable, with one copy in electronic form and one copy in paper form (“hard copy”) except as specified below

Pre-Design
• Schematic drawings showing preliminary P&IDs, major equipment design criteria, general layout of facilities;
• Preliminary cost estimates;
• Geotechnical assessment reports (seismic site specific response information);
• Project schedule, including District review/briefing at key milestones, all phases (5 sets);
• Environmental documentation
• Drawing and specification lists

50% Design
• 50% project completion drawings (5 sets);
• 50% specifications (5 sets);
• 50% cost estimate;
• Construction schedule and constraints (i.e. identification of all required shutdowns, coordination with plant operations, etc. to be incorporated into project specifications)

90% Design
• 90% drawings and specifications (10 sets)
• 90% cost estimate;
• 100% calculations

100% Design Submittal
• Final drawings and specifications (10 sets)
• Final specifications (1 set “hard copy”)
• Final cost estimate

Record Drawings and O&M Manual (to be submitted after construction has been accepted)
• Full size record drawings and CADD files
• Operations and Maintenance manual (5 sets)
EXHIBIT C
TO
AGREEMENT
BETWEEN
CONTRA COSTA WATER DISTRICT
AND
THE CITY OF BRENTWOOD
FOR DESIGN AND CONSTRUCTION OF WATER FACILITIES
AT THE RANDALL-BOLD WATER TREATMENT PLANT

INSURANCE REQUIREMENTS FOR DESIGN

Design Professional, as defined in the Agreement, shall provide and maintain the following insurance coverages at all times during the performance of the professional services described in the Agreement. Certificates of insurance and endorsements to the policy shall be provided to CCWD evidencing the coverage afforded is primary, naming the CCWD, its directors, officers, and employees as an additional insured, except as to Worker's Compensation and Employer's Liability Insurance and Professional Liability Insurance, and requiring 30-days prior written notice to CCWD of policy lapse, cancellation, or material change in coverage.

Worker's Compensation and Employer's Liability Insurance for protection of Design Professional's employees as required by law and as will protect Design Professional from loss or damage because of personal injuries, including death to any of its employees. Design Professional shall require any subcontractor to provide it with evidence of such insurance as required by the State of California.

Comprehensive Automobile Liability Insurance. Design Professional agrees to carry a Comprehensive Automobile Liability Policy providing bodily injury and property damage liability. This policy shall protect Design Professional against all liability arising out of the use of automobiles, both passenger and commercial, whether owned by Design Professional or not.

Limits of liability for Comprehensive Automobile Liability Insurance shall not be less than $1,000,000 Combined Single Limit and $2,000,000 aggregate.

Commercial General Liability Insurance as will protect Design Professional and CCWD, its directors, officers, and employees, from any and all claims for damages or personal injuries, including death, which may be suffered by persons, or for damages to or destruction to the property of others, which may arise from the Design Professional's professional services described in the Agreement, which insurance shall name the CCWD, its directors, officers, and employees, as additional insured, [and said policy shall cover the indemnity provisions under the Agreement; to the extent caused by actions or omissions of the Design Professional]. Said insurance shall provide a minimum of $1,000,000 Combined Single Limit coverage for personal injury, bodily injury, and property damage for each occurrence and $2,000,000 aggregate. Such insurance will insure Design Professional and CCWD, its directors, officers, and employees from any and all claims arising from the following:

(a). Personal injury;

(b). Bodily injury;

(c). Property damage;

(d). Automobiles, trucks, and other vehicles and equipment (owned, not owned, or hired, licensed or unlicensed for road use);

(e). Broad form property damage;

(f). Independent contractors;

(g). Blanket contractual liability;

(h). Explosion, collapse, and underground hazards;

(i). Products and completed operations.

Professional Liability Insurance: Design Professional shall maintain a policy of professional liability insurance, protecting it against claims arising out of negligent acts, errors, or omissions of Design Professional in performing professional services described in the Agreement, in an amount of not less than $1,000,000. Upon request of CCWD, the Design Professional shall furnish evidence satisfactory to CCWD (such as annual reports or similar data for the previous three years) demonstrating financial soundness prior to starting work on the project.

Design Professional agrees to maintain such insurance at Design Professional's expense in full force and effect in a company or companies satisfactory to CCWD. All coverage shall remain in effect until completion of this Agreement, except as specified in the preceding paragraph. CCWD shall have the right to examine the Design Professional's insurance policies, in the Design Professional's home office at any time during normal business hours.

Design Professional shall be responsible for requiring insurance coverage by subconsultants. The Design Professional and CCWD shall determine the amount and adequacy of such coverage. Within 30 days after this Agreement is executed by CCWD, Design Professional shall submit to CCWD for its information a list of the public liability and other insurance coverage provided by each subconsultant, including the amount of such coverages and the insurers.

EXHIBIT D
TO
AGREEMENT
BETWEEN
CONTRA COSTA WATER DISTRICT
AND
THE CITY OF BRENTWOOD
FOR DESIGN AND CONSTRUCTION OF WATER FACILITIES
AT THE RANDALL-BOLD WATER TREATMENT PLANT

NOT TO EXCEED ESTIMATE OF COSTS for CCWD SERVICES

Description Total Cost including Overhead
Design Review $15,000
Construction Coordination and Inspection $65,000
Software Programming and Control Screen Development (This work is to be contracted separately by the District) $20,000
Totals $100,000



 

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