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|June 10, 2021 City Council Regular Meeting|
6. Authorize the City Manager to Execute a Contract to Replace Two Street Sweepers with Environmental Products Group in the Amount of $465,400. Twelve Sweepers Clean 31,630 Miles of Curbed Streets Annually. Work Organized Under 46 Routes, Most Sweepers Used for Night Cleaning (4 Daily, 8 Nightly). Crews Sweep 17 Routes of High-Traffic Streets Weekly, Representing 65% of Total Miles Swept. (See Memo)
Recommend approval to procure two street sweepers from Environmental Products Group in the amount of $465,400 (Event No. 8447).
The sweepers will replace two units (4717 and 5733) that have reached the end of their useful life cycle and are no longer cost effective to maintain. The Sanitation Department Street Cleaning Division will use the machines to sweep curbed streets throughout the city. Procurement of these sweepers will ensure continuity of operations at the existing equipment level with the current supplier of this specialty equipment.
This procurement was made through a cooperative purchasing agreement with Sourcewell contract #122017-FSC-1. Cooperative purchasing is authorized as an appropriate procurement method in Division 10 Section 4-4152 of the City of Savannah’s purchasing ordinance.
The contract was competitively bid and awarded to Environmental Products Group. A master agreement with Environmental Products Group was signed for a four-year term with one renewal option. The contract expires on February 20, 2022.
Delivery: As requested. Terms: Net 30 days. The vendor is:
S.C. Environmental Products Group (Atlanta, GA)(D) $465,400
A pre-proposal meeting was not conducted as these goods are being procured through the use of a cooperative purchasing agreement. (D) Indicates non-local, non-DBE business. Recommend approval.
Rafael Vega Martinez, Director of Fleet Services
Expenditure of $465,400 from the Internal Service Fund
Exhibit 1: Funding Verification - Street Sweepers.pdf
Exhibit 2: Purchasing Notes - Street Sweepers .pdf
Exhibit 3: Memo - Street Cleaning.docx