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File #: 15-8810    Version: 1
Type: Contract Status: Passed
File created: 5/29/2024 In control: City Commission
On agenda: 6/3/2024 Final action: 6/3/2024
Title: Request approval of the Task Authorization between the City of Deltona & Pegasus Engineering for Continuing On-Call Engineering Services related to stormwater management in the amount not to exceed $150,000 - Phyllis Wallace, Interim Public Works Director 386/878-8965 Strategic Goal: Infrastructure
Attachments: 1. FY 2024 Stormwater Eng Services, 2. PEGASUS - FY 2023-2024 - Fully Executed - Renewal Form

TO:  Mayor and Commission                                          AGENDA DATE:  6/3/2024

 

FROM:  Interim City Manager                                          AGENDA ITEM:  11 - C

                                                                    

SUBJECT:                        

Title

Request approval of the Task Authorization between the City of Deltona & Pegasus Engineering for Continuing On-Call Engineering Services related to stormwater management in the amount not to exceed $150,000 - Phyllis Wallace, Interim Public Works Director 386/878-8965

 

Strategic Goal:  Infrastructure

 

Body

LOCATION:

Citywide for review of Single-Family Residential Applications, Development Review Submittals, Peer Review, NPDES, Community Rating System and similar.

 

COST:

$150,000

 

SOURCE OF FUNDS:

Professional Services Planning & Development; Engineering Payroll Vacancies

 

ORIGINATING DEPARTMENT:

Public Works/Stormwater

 

STAFF RECOMMENDATION PRESENTED BY:

Phyllis Wallace, Interim Public Works Director

 

POTENTIAL MOTION:

Recommendation

“I move to approve the Task Authorization with Pegasus Engineering for Continuing On-Call Engineering Services related to stormwater management in the amount not to exceed $150,000.”

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BACKGROUND:

Background

Pegasus Engineering is one of three firms, providing general stormwater engineering services to the City of Deltona, on a continuous basis, through September 30, 2024, as selected by a RFQ process.  This contract with Pegasus Engineering can be extended until September 2025, should the City determine that is in our best interest.

 

The City requires the use of firms such as Pegasus Engineering to help with review of projects to ensure the highest quality of analysis to protect the citizens, residents and City.  Currently, the City is without key personnel including but not limited to the City Engineer and Assistant City Engineer that has resulted in the need for outside professional services to provide continuity of services.

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