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Santa Ana Watershed Association A2017-101 MAINTENANCE AGREEMENT A2017-101 BETWEEN THE CITY OF CHINO HILLS AND SANTA ANA WATERSHED ASSOCIATION THIS MAINTENANCE AGREEMENT ("Agreement") is made and entered into this 9th day of May, 2017, by and between the CITY OF CHINO HILLS, a general law city and municipal corporation ("CITY") and SANTA ANA WATERSHED ASSOCIATION, ("CONTRACTOR"). The Parties agree as follows: 1. CONSIDERATION A. As partial consideration, CONTRACTOR agrees to perform the work listed in the SCOPE OF SERVICES, below; B. As additional consideration, CONTRACTOR and CITY agree to abide by the terms and conditions contained in this Agreement; C. As additional consideration, CITY agrees to pay CONTRACTOR an annual amount not-to-exceed $240,000 on the terms set forth in the attached "Exhibit B," which is incorporated by reference, for CONTRACTOR's services. Payments shall be made within thirty (30) days after receipt of each invoice as to all undisputed fees. If the City disputes any of CONTRACTOR's fees it shall give written notice to Consultant within 30 days of receipt of an invoice of any disputed fees set forth on the invoice. 2. TERM The term of this Agreement will be from May 10, 2017 to December 31, 2021. The Agreement may be renewed in advance and in writing by the City Manager for three additional one-year terms. 3. SCOPE OF SERVICES A. CONTRACTOR will perform services listed in the attached Exhibit A. B. CONTRACTOR will, in a workmanlike manner, furnish all of the labor, technical, administrative, professional and other personnel, all supplies and materials, equipment, printing, vehicles, transportation, office space and facilities, and all tests, testing and analyses, calculation, and all other means whatsoever, except as herein otherwise expressly specified to be furnished by CITY, necessary or proper to perform and complete the work and provide the professional services required of CONTRACTOR by this Agreement. Page 1 of 9 4. PREVAILING WAGES A. Pursuant to Labor Code § 1720, and as specified in 8 California Code of Regulations § 16000, CONTRACTOR must pay its workers prevailing wages. It is CONTRACTOR's responsibility to interpret and implement any prevailing wage requirements and CONTRACTOR agrees to pay any penalty or civil damages resulting from a violation of the prevailing wage laws. B. In accordance with Labor Code § 1773.2, copies of the prevailing rate of per diem wages are available upon request from CITY's Engineering Division or the website for State of California Prevailing wage determination at http://www.dir.ca.aov/DLSR/PWD. CONTRACTOR must post a copy of the prevailing rate of per diem wages at the job site. C. CITY directs CONTRACTOR's attention to Labor Code §§ 1777.5, 1777.6 and 3098 concerning the employment of apprentices by CONTRACTOR or any subcontractor. D. Labor Code § 1777.5 requires CONTRACTOR or subcontractor employing tradesmen in any apprenticeship occupation to apply to the joint apprenticeship committee nearest the site of the public works project and which administers the apprenticeship program in that trade for a certificate of approval. The certificate must also fix the ratio of apprentices to journeymen that will be used in the performance of the contract. The ratio of apprentices to journeymen in such cases will not be less than one to five except: i. When employment in the area of coverage by the joint apprenticeship committee has exceeded an average of 15 percent in the 90 days before the request for certificate, or ii. When the number of apprentices in training in the area exceeds a ratio of one to five, or iii. When the trade can show that it is replacing at least 1/30 of its membership through apprenticeship training on an annual basis state-wide or locally, or iv. When CONTRACTOR provides evidence that CONTRACTOR employs registered apprentices on all of his contracts on an annual average of not less than one apprentice to eight journeymen. v. CONTRACTOR is required to make contributions to funds established for the administration of apprenticeship programs if CONTRACTOR employs registered apprentices or journeymen in any apprenticeable trade on such contracts and if other contractors on the public works site are making such contributions. Page 2 of 9 vi. CONTRACTOR and any subcontractor must comply with Labor Code §§ 1777.5 and 1777.6 in the employment of apprentices. vii. Information relative to apprenticeship standards, wage schedules and other requirements may be obtained from the Director of Industrial Relations, ex-officio the Administrator of Apprenticeship, San Francisco, California, or from the Division of Apprenticeship Standards and its branch offices. E. CONTRACTOR and its subcontractors must keep an accurate certified payroll records showing the name, occupation, and the actual per diem wages paid to each worker employed in connection with this Agreement. The record will be kept open at all reasonable hours to the inspection of the body awarding the contract and to the Division of Labor Law Enforcement. If requested by CITY, CONTRACTOR must provide copies of the records at its cost. 5. FAMILIARITY WITH WORK A. By executing this Agreement, CONTRACTOR represents that CONTRACTOR has: i. Thoroughly investigated and considered the scope of services to be performed; ii. Carefully considered how the services should be performed; and iii. Understands the facilities, difficulties, and restrictions attending performance of the services under this Agreement. B. If services involve work upon any site, CONTRACTOR warrants that CONTRACTOR has or will investigate the site and is or will be fully acquainted with the conditions there existing, before commencing the services hereunder. Should CONTRACTOR discover any latent or unknown conditions that may materially affect the performance of the services, CONTRACTOR will immediately inform CITY of such fact and will not proceed except at CONTRACTOR's own risk until written instructions are received from CITY. 6. INSURANCE A. Before commencing performance under this Agreement, and at all other times this Agreement is effective, CONTRACTOR will procure and maintain the following types of insurance with coverage limits complying, at a minimum, with the limits set forth on the following page: Page 3 of 9 Type of Insurance Limits (combined single), Commercial general liability: $1,000,000 Business automobile liability $1,000,000 Workers compensation Statutory requirement. B. Commercial general liability insurance will meet or exceed the requirements of ISO-CGL Form No. CG 00 01 11 85 or 88. The amount of insurance set forth above will be a combined single limit per occurrence for bodily injury, personal injury, and property damage for the policy coverage. Liability policies will be endorsed to name City, its officials, and employees as "additional insureds" under said insurance coverage and to state that such insurance will be deemed "primary" such that any other insurance that may be carried by City will be excess thereto. Such insurance will be on an "occurrence," not a "claims made," basis and will not be cancelable or subject to reduction except upon thirty (30) days prior written notice to City. C. Automobile coverage will be written on ISO Business Auto Coverage Form CA 00 01 06 92, including symbol 1 (Any Auto). D. CONTRACTOR will furnish to City duly authenticated Certificates of Insurance evidencing maintenance of the insurance required under this Agreement, endorsements as required herein, and such other evidence of insurance or copies of policies as may be reasonably required by City from time to time. Insurance must be placed with insurers with a current A.M. Best Company Rating equivalent to at least a Rating of"A:VII." Certificate(s) must reflect that the insurer will provide thirty (30) day notice of any cancellation of coverage. CONTRACTOR will require its insurer to modify such certificates to delete any exculpatory wording stating that failure of the insurer to mail written notice of cancellation imposes no obligation, and to delete the word "endeavor" with regard to any notice provisions. E. Should CONTRACTOR, for any reason, fail to obtain and maintain the insurance required by this Agreement, City may obtain such coverage at CONTRACTOR's expense and deduct the cost of such insurance from payments due to CONTRACTOR under this Agreement or terminate. 7. TIME FOR PERFORMANCE CONTRACTOR will not perform any work under this Agreement until: A. CONTRACTOR furnishes proof of insurance as required under Section 6 of this Agreement; and B. CITY gives CONTRACTOR a written Notice to Proceed. C. Should CONTRACTOR begin work in advance of receiving written authorization to proceed, any such professional services are at Page 4 of 9 CONTRACTOR's own risk. 8. TERMINATION A. Except as otherwise provided, CITY may terminate this Agreement upon providing written notice to CONTRACTOR at least thirty (30) days before the effective termination date. Notice of termination will be in writing. In the event of such termination, CONTRACTOR shall be compensated for non- disputed fees under the terms of this Agreement up to the date of termination. B. CONTRACTOR may terminate this Agreement upon providing written notice to CITY at least thirty (30) days before the effective termination date. C. Should the Agreement be terminated pursuant to this Section, CITY may procure on its own terms services similar to those terminated. D. By executing this document, CONTRACTOR waives any and all claims for damages that might otherwise arise from CITY's termination under this Section. 9. INDEMNIFICATION A. CONTRACTOR indemnifies and holds CITY harmless from and against any claim, action, damages, costs (including, without limitation, reasonable attorney's fees and penalties), injuries, or liability, arising out of this Agreement, or its performance including, without limitation, damages or penalties arising from CONTRACTOR's removal, remediation, response or other plan concerning any Hazardous Waste resulting in the release of any hazardous substance into the environment, except for such loss or damage arising from CITY's sole negligence or willful misconduct. Should CITY be named in any suit, or should any claim be brought against it by suit or otherwise, whether the same be groundless or not, arising out of this Agreement, or its performance, CONTRACTOR will defend CITY (at CITY's request and with counsel satisfactory to CITY) and will indemnify CITY for any judgment rendered against it or any sums paid out in settlement or otherwise. B. For purposes of this section "CITY" includes CITY's officers, officials, employees, agents, representatives, and volunteers. C. CONTRACTOR expressly agrees that this release, waiver, and indemnity agreement is intended to be as broad and inclusive as is permitted by the law of the State of California and that if any portion is held invalid, it is agreed that the balance will, notwithstanding, continue in full legal force and effect. D. It is expressly understood and agreed that the foregoing provisions will survive termination of this Agreement. Page 5 of 9 E. The requirements as to the types and limits of insurance coverage to be maintained by CONTRACTOR as required by this Agreement, and any approval of said insurance by CITY, are not intended to and will not in any manner limit or qualify the liabilities and obligations otherwise assumed by CONTRACTOR pursuant to this Agreement, including, without limitation, to the provisions concerning indemnification. 10. INDEPENDENT CONTRACTOR CITY and CONTRACTOR agree that CONTRACTOR will act as an independent contractor and will have control of all work and the manner in which is it performed. CONTRACTOR will be free to contract for similar service to be performed for other employers while under contract with CITY. CONTRACTOR is not an agent or employee of CITY and is not entitled to participate in any pension plan, insurance, bonus or similar benefits CITY provides for its employees. Any provision in this Agreement that may appear to give CITY the right to direct CONTRACTOR as to the details of doing the work or to exercise a measure of control over the work means that CONTRACTOR will follow the direction of the CITY as to end results of the work only. 11. NOTICES A. All notices given or required to be given pursuant to this Agreement will be in writing and may be given by personal delivery or by mail. Notice sent by mail will be addressed as follows: To CITY: City of Chino Hills Attn: City Clerk 14000 City Center Drive Chino Hills, CA 91709 To CONTRACTOR: Santa Ana Watershed Association Attn: James Law 1815 Chicago Avenue, Suite C Riverside, CA 92507 B. When addressed in accordance with this paragraph, notices will be deemed given upon deposit in the United States mail, postage prepaid. In all other instances, notices will be deemed given at the time of actual delivery. C. Changes may be made in the names or addresses of persons to whom notices are to be given by giving notice in the manner prescribed in this paragraph. Page 6 of 9 12. TAXPAYER IDENTIFICATION NUMBER CONTRACTOR will provide CITY with a Taxpayer Identification Number. 13. BUSINESS LICENSE CONTRACTOR shall maintain a valid Business License with the CITY. 14. CONTRACTOR'S KNOWLEDGE OF APPLICABLE LAWS. CONTRACTOR shall keep itself informed of applicable local, state and federal laws and regulations which may affect those employed by it or in any way affect the performance of its services pursuant to this Agreement. Contractor shall observe and comply with all such laws and regulations affecting its employees. City and its officers and employees, shall not be liable at law or in equity as a result of any failure of Contractor to comply with this section." 15. WAIVER A waiver by CITY of any breach of any term, covenant, or condition contained in this Agreement will not be deemed to be a waiver of any subsequent breach of the same or any other term, covenant, or condition contained in this Agreement, whether of the same or different character. 16. SEVERABLE If any portion of this Agreement is declared by a court of competent jurisdiction to be invalid or unenforceable, then such portion will be deemed modified to the extent necessary in the opinion of the court to render such portion enforceable and, as so modified, such portion and the balance of this Agreement will continue in full force and effect. 17. CAPTIONS The captions of the paragraphs of this Agreement are for convenience of reference only and will not affect the interpretation of this Agreement. 18. INTERPRETATION This Agreement was drafted in, and will be construed in accordance with the laws of the State of California, and exclusive venue for any action involving this agreement will be in San Bernardino County. The language of each part of this Agreement will be construed simply and according to its fair meaning, and this Agreement will never be construed either for or against either party. Page 7 of 9 19. AUTHORITY/MODIFICATION The terms of this Agreement can only be modified in writing approved by the CITY AND THE CONTRACTOR. The parties agree that this requirement for written modifications cannot be waived and any attempted waiver shall be void. 20. EFFECT OF CONFLICT In the event of any conflict, inconsistency, or incongruity between any provision of this Agreement, its attachments, the purchase order, or notice to proceed, the provisions of this Agreement will govern and control. 21. FORCE MAJEURE Should performance of this Agreement be prevented due to fire, flood, explosion, war, terrorist act, embargo, government action, civil or military authority, the natural elements, or other similar causes beyond the Parties' control, then the Agreement will immediately terminate without obligation of either party to the other. 22. ENTIRE AGREEMENT This Agreement and its one attachment constitutes the sole agreement between CONTRACTOR and CITY respecting lead based stabilization. To the extent that there are additional terms and conditions contained in Exhibits "A and B" that are not in conflict with this Agreement, those terms are incorporated as if fully set forth above. There are no other understandings, terms or other agreements expressed or implied, oral or written. Page 8 of 9 IN WITNESS WHEREOF the parties hereto have executed this contract the day and year first hereinabove written. CITY OF CHINO HILLS SANTA ANA WATERSHED ASSOCIATION ,, RIMarquez ( g, ture) Mayorefr- A A-t, -1�7li�� /• G "- ATTEST: (Title) Cheryl Balz (Signature) City Clerk APPROVED AS TO FORM: _�.�-�.. (Title) It'ar�C D. HensleyL .*.c.(a441• iM. CAA <i�k� City Attorney 7r C + , 4- Page 9 of 9 EXHIBIT A HICKORY CREEK NATIVE LANDSCAPE AND IRRIGATION MAINTENANCE WITH REMEDIAL WORK ELEMENTS SCOPE OF WORK Work described and contained within this Scope of Work shall adhere and conform to Habitat Mitigation and Monitoring Plan far the City of Chino Hills 2013, by VCS Environmental, and the associated regulatory Permits: California Department of Fish and Wildlife 1600-2011-0274-R6, Santa Ana Regional Water Quality Control Board Project#362012-08, Army Corp of Engineers SPL-2012-00167-SPL Key Provisions: it • Native Landscape Maintenance and Habitat Management • Irrigation Repair—Routine repairs included in maintenance price. After hours emergency work if needed to be billed per extra work schedule(see Bid Schedule B). • Irrigation Management—All adjustment for coverage, proper moisture depth, and all other field work associated with optimum native plant survival and establishment. • Weed Control —Conduct weed control through chemical and cultural practices for optimum native plant survival and establishment. Spray applications will be in accordance with city requirements and as contained in Scope of Work. • Project Limits: North to South - Private property line to north edge of asphalt trail. East to West- 100 feet west of Pipeline Road to east edge of public sidewalk on Rolling Ridge Drive. • 2 Year Plant Replacement and Related Remedial Work Program— Conduct program planting as a collateral work effort to the landscape maintenance. Note that the City will be supplying the plants; the contractor will be responsible for all other aspects including all labor, equipment and supervision, SCOPE OF WORK I. Landscape Maintenance and Habitat Management In order to fulfill regulatory requirements for the acceptance of a Habitat Mitigation Project, several criteria related to plant establishment has to be met. The description below details the key elements included in meeting the Maintenance and Monitoring requirements for a Mitigation Project. • The Contractor will be responsible for fulfilling typical maintenance work such as weeding, watering, and remedial planting and other applicable cultural practices. Typical maintenance tasks include but are not limited to trash removal, irrigation inspection and repair, and weed control. • The Contractor shall be responsible for the care and trimming of trees that are listed on the Habitat Mitigation Planting Plans only. Other trees within the site are the responsibility of the City. The City will be responsible to fulfill administrative elements such as inspections, monitoring environmental conditions, and providing final information for submission of all regulatory reports. ii. Herbicide Under requirements provided within the HMMP Maintenance Plan, herbicide applications are permissible within the HMMP during non-bird nesting season (September 16-February 14). During the nesting season (February 15 to September 15) the City can obtain conditional approval to apply herbicide through a Work plan established with USAGE and CDFW, Use of herbicide during the nesting season requires Contractor coordinate operations with the City as highlighted below: • A Detailed Notification 30 day in advance of any application is required. To facilitate a year-long program of intensive herbicide applications, the Contractor is encouraged to submit " Intent to Apply" notices for 3 or 4 months per submission. The Contractor will coordinate with the City in regards assuming the responsibility for notification to the CDFW and USACE as required. • In Accordance with the City of Chino Hills Bird Monitoring Plan (currently being developed), a field biologist may be required to observe contractor's operations (City to supply biologist). • Unless special permission is granted to treat aquatic weeds, a 10' no spray buffer shall be observed from the stream centerline. • Herbicide applications shall comply with industry standards for licensing, notification, and documentation (see Appendix 3 for herbicide use standard requirements). iii. Weed Abatement Practices Plant establishment setbacks that occurred in 2016, gave rise to extremely high weed seeds being distributed throughout the HCHM site. These specifications direct the contractor to devise and implement a "grow and Kill" program that has an its objective to reduce weed seedbank population to low levels, and clears all barren areas sufficiently to begin remedial planting in the late fall of 2017 through the late winter of 2018. To accomplish the above project requirements, a spray program of 3 to 5 weeks between applications will be the program baseline, with adjustments in intervals to occur as weather, growing conditions, and project requirements require (see Section vi for Regulator Acceptance Criteria). All annual herbaceous weeds shall be removed by hand prior to setting seed or by hand operated power tools. If weeds to be removed have formed seed heads, immediate bagging of the weeds as they are removed is required. iv. lrriaation The Contractor is responsible for the routine maintenance of the irrigation system, including the operation of the solar powered controller to water native plant material at optimum levels for native plant establishment. Routine maintenance includes normal repairs such as stuck rotors, clogged sprinkler heads, miss adjusted spray nozzles, and fixing leaks due to bad seals, gaskets, and lack loosening of components. Labor and materials is included in landscape maintenance, Payment for labor on repairs not related to routine maintenance including such things as wearing out of rotor gears, cracks or leaks that are not caused by bad seal, gaskets, or loose fittings and valve replacements will be paid as landscape maintenance, however, materials for such repairs will be paid by the City. Repairs called in by residents or otherwise requested by the City shall be repaired within 24 hours of notification. After Hours emergency work shall be compensated in accordance with Extra Work Payment Provisions (see Bid Schedule "B" Extra Work), The irrigation controller is a Leit X solar unit. The controller has been in operation without problems since 2015. Should the controller, controller wires, solenoids, or valves fail, the City shall provide the materials for needed repairs, labor will be paid as landscape maintenance. v. Remedial Landscaping The Hickory Creek Project site is a little over 2 acres roughly comprising 94,000 sq. ft. of planted area. Within the planted areas, many of the original plantings such as Mugwart, Goldenbrush, Arrow Weed, Willow, Mulefat and Hookers Evening Primrose have established quite well. Roughly 20,000 square feet of the 94,000 square foot planning area is populated by native plant material that is well established. As mentioned, the City has incorporated into these Landscape Maintenance Bid Specifications a 2 year replanting program to be implemented in concert with the herbicide application and weed abatement regime. Appendix 2 contains an aerial view of the Hickory Creek Project site overlaid with a linear tape showing 18 survey stations positioned down the centerline line of Hickory Creek . Of the 18 stations shown 16 stations pertain to the project work(11+60.58 to 27+83.15). The City's 2 year remedial replanting plan is based on dividing the site into a West End (station 21+94 to station 27) and an East End (station 12 to station 21+95). Compensation for remedial work is paid at the unit prices contained in Section II of the Bid Schedule. In year 1 the West End of the project will receive replanting work in accordance with the Remedial Work Specifications (see Appendix 1). The acceptable time of year to conduct remedial work is generally late fall to late winter/early spring. The exact time when Remedial Landscaping will be coordinated between the City and the Contractor, and will depend heavily on the progress of maintenance activities specifically the progress of herbicide applications, and related weed abatement processes. If work occurs within the bird nesting season (February 15 through September 15)the City may assign a field biologist to review the worksite and advise staff of any needed protection measures. In year 2, the East End of the project will receive replanting work in accordance with the Remedial Work Specifications (see Appendix 1). All other work directives (see above paragraph) applicable to West End project work will also apply to East End project work. All plants, seed, and planting related materials such as tree stakes are to be provided by the City. The Contractor is responsible for all labor, equipment, and support items such as hoses, and planting flags. Upon the scheduling remedial work, the specific locations where replanting is to occur • within either the West End or the East End will be identified with flagging or other prominent markers by the City. vi. Restoration Maintenance and Monitoring Acceptance Criteria Temporary irrigation will be provided for a period of up to 2 years (no more than 3 years) from planting; however all plants must survive and grow for at least 2 years without supplemental water for the restoration phase of the project to be eligible for acceptance. Full watering will occur during the first year. Irrigation may be phased out during the fall/winter of the second year unless unusually severe conditions threaten survival of the plantings. Prior to the scheduled irrigation shut-off date, the irrigation will be gradually decreased to wean the plants off supplemental watering. Percent Cover and Survival Performance Standards from City of Chino Hills Approved HMMP DSY:ogY + ;soN���.=�?mti3cF' :s rts z io " dv , t4Y 'm ee TG } : :JY rs +~&= i. . 1Y + ? f "Yjv:. ko�a3ie- :sYn ' 1" u-o= . �^ a, P rev- " f^ -.r. �:i. :�A�4 ��,.[ .•.6 �w 1 ;tC � t+^i * Faea� . F . ,Q Or !. :Nll.Nlla • l� � �t ,V. :IVtCover S3 >+i � zg:,• g IKS4Y. Ry» „ � C n� hiI � r1aY1 � .,GN=. � (� � $$f < 10N0wJx `eG � ,Gli v � wedso = :whar : Year 80% 55 % O % Year2 - 100 % 55% 0% Year3 80% 100 % 55% 0% Year4 - 100 % <_5% 0% Year 5 90% 100 % 55% 0% In general, restoration of habitat shall be maintained and monitored for 5 years after installation or until established success criteria identified of 90% plant establishment (native plant coverage), and plant material is self-sustaining (no dependence on irrigation or supplementary watering). Maintenance, monitoring and reporting shall be conducted in accordance with the HMMP. The Contractor shall exercise diligence in identifying and correcting establishment problems before such problem cause project delays. Remedial action (e.g., additional planting, weeding, erosion control, use of container stock, supplemental watering etc.) shall be implemented during maintenance and monitoring period as necessary to ensure the success of the restoration. In order to demonstrate that the project meets plant establishment requirements and is self-sustaining, any installed irrigation must be removed 1 year before requesting . acceptance by CDFG and USAGE. If after the maintenance and monitoring period runs, the restoration fails to meet the established 95% native plant cover, removal of temporary water , and weed criteria, then maintenance and monitoring will extend beyond the 5 year period until the criteria are met or unless otherwise approved in writing by CDFW. APPENCICIES 1,2, AND 3 of RFP included in Scope of Work by reference. 1835 Chicago Ave, Suite C (00) EXHIBIT B Riverside,CA 92507 (961)7804012 Fax(961)780-5893 f4nti Ana Watershed vol — http://www.sawatershed,org Assocfatlon Board of Directors; April 111h, 2017 Rick Neugebauer, Chair Mr, Tad Garrety Dick Zembal, City of Chino Hills - Public Works vice-Chair 14000 City Center Drive Kerwin Russell, Chino Hills, CA 91709 Treasurer Mandy Parkes, Secretary Re: Alternative Proposal for Hickory Creek Native Landscape and Brett Mills, Irrigation Maintenance with Remedial Work Elements Director g The Santa Ana Watershed Association (SAWA) submitted its Proposal and the Executive Director Hugh Wood requested documents in response to the City of Chino Hills (City) Request for Proposal (RFP) covering the Hickory Creek Native Landscape and irrigation Maintenance with Remedial Work Elements on March 9, 2017, On Tuesday March 14th, SAWA met with Chino Hills Public Works personnel where SAWA was asked to prepare an alternative proposal which would break out the costs for work to be performed on an annual basis running from May 1st to April 30th, This proposal provides the following under the suggested schedule: i Description of Work Not-to-Exceed Cost Year 1 Initial Removal + Maintenance $55,663,84 8 Remedial Planting 12 MONTHS (See Section II Remedial Planting and Related Work--Year 1) Inland Empire ROD • Orange County Water District • Riverside-Corona RCD • San Jacinto Basin ROD . Tomecula-Elsinore-Anza•Murriela ROD 1836 Chicago Ave,Suite C Riverside,CA 92507 ,A.7.7444 (951)780.1012 Fax(951)780.5893 antsAna i cion http:Uwww.sawatershed.org Association Description of Work Not»to»Exceed Cost Year 2 Maintenance $68,041.48 & Remedial Planting 12 MONTHS (See Section II Remedial Planting and Related Work- Year 2) Year 3 Maintenance $43,344,12 Year 4 Maintenance $33,831,02 Total Cost of 4 year Maintenance $240,000.00 and Remedial Work Years 1 & 2 • ** Please see City of Chino Hills Bid Schedule — Project #120058 Section Hickory Creek Landscape and .Irrigation Maintenance Bid Section II Remedial Planting and Related Work, Please let us know if you have any questions, or would like to meet regarding this alternative proposal. i Respe tfully, 4/ Limy Hugh Wood Executive Director Inland Empire ROD •Orange County Water District• Riverside-Corona ROD . San Jacinto Basin ROD •Temecula-Elsinore-Anna-Murrieta RCD • I CITY OF CHINO HILLS-BID SCHEDULE w PROJECT*120068 SECTION I HICKORY CREEK.LANDSCAPE AND IRRIGATION MAINTENANE BID SECTION II REMEDIAL PLANTING AND RELATED WORK ITEM DESCRIPTION UNIT I 1 QUANTITY UNIT PRICE TOTAL Section I Maintenance Work I I I I 1. I Landscape and Irrigation Maintenance 1 LS NA I Annual Cost Section II ,_Year Remedial Work Program One- half of replanting work to be Installed in year nne (2017). Total of Sections land II comprise the Base Bid Amount, (Year two of Remedial Work will receive individual consideration when eveluatina the Prosect Bid Amounts) 4‘ IPlant City supplied 15 gallon trees Year 1 20 EA $64,50 1$1,290,00 complete in place per specifications 3 Plant City supplied 1 gallon native plants; Year 1 250 EA $6'87 1$1,717.50 complete in place per specifications Plant City supplied 5 gallon native plants; $15.02 $150.20 complete in place per specifications Year 1 10 EA Prepare Seed Bed, Hand Plant City $0.33 $13,200.00 6. Supplied Native Mix; complete In place Year 1 40r Doo SF per Special Provisions Construct Watering Basins(For existing, $7.50 $1,762,50 6, 1, 5 and 15 gallon, and for 1, 5, and 16 Year 1 235 SA gallon new plantings). Complete In place per Special Provisions. Remedial Work Sub Total 1$18,120,20 Total Maintenance and Remedial Work(Base Bid) Year Two Remedial Work Plant City supplied 15 gallon trees 1Year 2 20 $45,15 1$903.00 7' complete In place per specifications EA 8 Plant City supplied 1 gallon native plants; 1 —ear 2 I 250 J EA $7,88 $1,970.00 complete in place per specifications 1 E 9 Plant City supplied 5 gallon native plants; Year 2 10 EA $22,60 S226,00 complete in place per specifications Prepare Seed Bed, Hand Plant City $0,39 $15,600.00 10. Supplied Native Mix; complete In place Year 2 40,000 SF per Special Provisions j Construct Watering Basins(For existing, $7.88 $1,851.80 11 1, 5 and 15 gallon, and for 1, 5, and 15 Year 2 235 EA gallon new plantings,) j complete in place per Special Provisions Total ($19,166,60 Schedule"Bit HICKORY CREEK NATIVE LANDSCAPE AND IRRIGATION MAINTENANCE WITH REMEDIAL WORK ELEMENTS Extra Work Pieing must be provided for each group Extra Work Categories Unit Price Description Hourly price(burdened), Lump Sump Price,Mark-up Percentage(in the case of • supe Labor with truck/tools $42,90 Per hour Common Labor $42,90 Per hour Skilled Technician $54102 Per hour Supervisor $91.53 Per hour Emergency/After Hours Response $150 Per hour Supplies I 5 UX Irrigation Parts,and Pipe %Mark up over cast Other(Describe) II Note: extra Work over$ 100,00 requires prior approval by the City. Extra work billing for repair or replacement of vandalized equipment, plant material,clean-up,or items apparent to the facility Improvements must contain City approval(lime and approving City staff member)if over$100,and must be documented with photographs or witness statements. Extra Work billings must list on the Invoice the type of work performed,the name of the employee who performed the work,the category of labor employed to aocompiish the Work,and the main steps and total time the work required to accomplish. n i L I / /'' v//Signed / 160NTRACTCR SIGNATURE AND DATE Contractor License Number and Expiration Date