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Habitat Restoration Sciences, Inc. A2017-233el� cl� ULZO -11A July 30, 2019 Habitat Restoration Sciences, Inc. Attn: Robert Mackie 1217 Distribution Way Vista, CA 92081 RE: Extension of Termination Date for Agreement A2017-233 Dear Mr. Mackie: 14000 City Center Drive Chino Hills, CA 91709 (909) 364-2600 www . Girr2B��J . On October 10, 2017, the Mayor of the City of Chino Hills authorized execution of Agreement No. A2017-233 with Habitat Restoration Sciences, Inc. This letter serves as notification that the termination date has been extended until October 10, 2020. All other provisions of the agreement remain in effect. Should you have any questions regarding this notification, please contact Vivian Chou at (909) 364-2773. Sincerely, Benjamin Montgomery City Manager BM:wg cc: City Clerk's Office Finance Department Engineering Department C4eawd. - Art Bennett ■ Brian Johsz ■ Ray Marquez ■ Cynthia Moran ■ Peter J. Rogers MAINTENANCE AGREEMENT A2017-233 BETWEEN THE CITY OF CHINO HILLS AND HABITAT RESTORATION SCIENCES, INC. THIS MAINTENANCE AGREEMENT ("Agreement") is made and entered into this 10th day of October, 2017, by and between the CITY OF CHINO HILLS, a general law city and municipal corporation ("CITY") and HABITAT RESTORATION SCIENCES, INC., a ("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 a not to exceed amount of $502,596 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 October 11, 2017 to October 10, 2019. The Agreement may be renewed in advance and in writing by the City Manager for one additional one-year term. 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 8 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 httr)://www.dir.ca.gov/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 8 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 below: Tvr)e of Insurance Limits (combined single) Page 3 of 8 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 "AMI." 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 CONTRACTOR's own risk. Page 4 of 8 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. 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. E. The requirements as to the types and limits of insurance coverage to be maintained by CONTRACTOR as required by this Agreement, and any Page 5 of 8 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. 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: Habitat Restoration Sciences, Inc. Attn: Robert Mackie 1217 Distribution Way Vista, CA 92081 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. 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. Page 6 of 8 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. 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. Page 7 of 8 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 attachments constitute the sole agreement between CONTRACTOR and CITY respecting lead based stabilization. To the extent that there are additional terms and conditions contained in Exhibit "A", "B" or Appendix "A" 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. IN WITNESS WHEREOF the parties hereto have executed this contract the day and year first hereinabove written. CITY OF CHINO HILLS HABITAT RESTORATION SCIENCES, INC. Ray Mrq u z Mayor (Signature) Andy Thomson //,/-- (Title) Vice President tsignatu.r-e-,— b arter C.0ity Clerk APPROVED AS TO FORM: (Title) *MarkID. Hensley City Attorney Page 8 of 8 CFO EXHIBIT A Scope of Work: This scope of work is to perform herbicidal applications, specific weed and vegetation management at 17 City owned/operated drainage facilities. The drainage facilities consist of detention basins, vegetated streambeds, rip -rap lined and earthen channels and swales, culverts and associated inlets and outlets for the "Herbicidal Applications and Select Vegetation Trimming Project", hereinafter referred to as the "Project'. The project scope of work includes the following: 1. All project work including, herbicidal applications, trimming, vegetation management, silt and sediment removal, ingress and egress shall be conducted in strict compliance with the Habitat Mitigation and Monitoring Plan (HMMP) for the Maintenance of Citywide Storm Water Facilities and all regulatory requirements. 2. Contractor to provide complete herbicidal coverage in the designated areas. 3. The herbicidal applications described herein are intended to take down cattails and other weed growth in the designated areas and/or around drainage facilities, inlets and outlets. Take down in the content of this scope of work shall mean to kill the target plants resulting in the plants being horizontal to the ground, or marginally erect. a. The target plants shall also be defoliated or dried up to the point of obvious death. The main stem, trunk, or bulbous area affixing the plant to the ground shall show no signs of re -sprouting or regrowth. b. Removal of vegetation associated with trimming, clearing and dead vegetative masses is part of the project work. 4. Initial clearing, trimming and herbicide applications will be performed at all project sites within the first 100 calendar days unless delayed by weather or environmental regulatory requirements. a. Project locations with standing and/or ponding water must be addressed within the first 50 calendar days of the project to promote positive drainage conditions, which are not conducive to mosquito growth. Herbicide treatments will be performed as soon as feasible after initial clearing and trimming. b. Initial clearing at skate park channel includes vegetation on rip -rap and up to fence -line ending at the pilot channel for contract years 1 and 2. 5. The project work will require at least two herbicidal applications. However, whether one, two, or multiple herbicidal applications are necessary, the project work will not be accepted for payment unless the intended result of cattails and other weed take down is accomplished. 6. At each drainage facility, ongoing performance of the weed and vegetation management will be performed to provide acceptable operation and positive drainage conditions, in accordance with Vector Control's requirements. 7. Provide silt and sediment management and removal at all project sites. The silt and sediment removal quantities shall be limited to and are not to exceed 3,300 cubic yards annually for all 17 -project sites. a. The do not -to -exceed amount of 3,300 cubic yards does not include debris, trash and vegetation removal associated with trimming and clearing. b. Contractor must coordinate with the City Environmental Program Inspector or other designated staff and receive approval, prior to scheduling removal, storage, or other silt and sediment management activities. c. The City reserves the right to revise quantities and facility locations of the silt ---- ---and sediment --removal within the-not=to=exceed-amount-of-3,300-cubic--yard s --- annually. & The Contractor shall be responsible for providing a safe work place and for compliance with standards and regulations of the California Occupational Safety and Health Act (Cal OSHA), Federal Occupation and Safety Health Act (OSHA), California Division of Industrial Safety Orders (CDIS) and any other applicable government laws and City Risk Management standards. 9. All work must comply with the 'Migratory Bird Act. The Contractor must confer with City supplied Biologist for all work occurring at any time during the year and particularly February 15 through September 15. 10.All work performed by Contractor and/or subcontractors must comply with NPDES requirements. 11. Provide an annual schedule of all work, which incorporates all project sites. The schedule will be reviewed and approved by City staff prior to the start of work. Changes and/or adjustments to the schedule must be approved by City Staff in writing. 12. Provide summary reports, which include written details for each facility and photographs prior to, during, and at completion of activities, for herbicidal applications, select trimming and vegetation removal (non-native and native vegetation). The summary reports shall also include a copy of the records from the approved disposal facilities (for vegetation, silt and sediment), quantities removed and other site observations. a. Monthly summary report summited every 30 -calendar days. b. Annual summary report submitted by November 15 each calendar year. 13. The Contractor shall assign a responsible representative and an alternate to coordinate the assigned tasks with City staff. Both staff members shall be identified in writing. If the primary representative is unable to continue with the project, then the alternate representative will become the primary representative, Any other changes in the responsible representative must be approved, in advance and in writing, by the City. The City will have the right to reject other proposed changes in personnel and may consider any other changes in the responsible representative a breach of contract. 14. The Contractor shall provide all necessary personnel, instruments, equipment and materials necessary to perform the work. The RFP and appendices are incorporated into this scope by reference. 15.The Contractor may utilize services of specialty subcontractors/consultants on those parts of the work that, under normal contracting practices, are performed by specialty Subcontractors/consultants. The services of all specialty subcontractors/consultants shall be less than 50% of the annual contract amount. Unless a specific subcontractor is provided in writing, the Contractor is representing to the City that Contractor has all appropriate licenses, certifications, and registrations to perform the scope of work. 16. The Contractor shall not award work to any subcontractors/consultants not previously disclosed with the contract without prior written approval of the City. The Contractor shall be fully responsible to the City for the performance of his/her subcontractors/consultants, and of persons either directly or indirectly employed by them. 17. Subcontractors must pay all its workers prevailing wage.. It is the Subcontractor's responsibility to interpret and implement the prevailing wage requirements pursuant the California Labor Code. 18. Nothing contained herein shall create any contractual relation between any subcontractor/consultant and the City. 19. The Contractor may be asked to delay commencement of the project work, delay commencement on some of the project work, or to reduce the lump sum contract amount at drainage facilities to reflect any deletions or adjustment that may result from the findings/recommendations of the Field Biologist and/or Regulatory Agencies. The Contractor agrees that no compensation shall be paid for time and expenses incurred if the City and Contractor cannot agree to the schedule or cost adjustments required to accommodate the findings/recommendations of the Field Biologist and/or Regulatory Agencies. 20. The City reserves the right to remove project locations for herbicidal applications, select vegetation trimming, silt and sediment removal, if the contract extension is exercised. 21. The Contractor shall note that the City's financial system operates on a fiscal calendar year from July 1 through June 30 of the following year, EXHIBIT B COMPENSATION Description of Year 1 Year 2 Work (October 11, 2017 to October 10, 2018) (October 11, 2018 to October 10, 2019) Totals Herbicidal Applicatio m & Vegetation Management $ 21,826.00 $ 18,41S.00 $ 40,241.00 Silt and Sediment Removal S 1S8.SS0.00 S 142.695.00 S 301.24S.00 $ 180,376.00 $ 161,110.00 $ 341,486.00 1 -Year Extension S 161.110.00 Total Contract Amount Not -to -Exceed $ 502,S96.00 EXHIBIT B-1 Facility ID Facility Name) I Work Area Location I I Year I I Year 2 Acres Rimrock 1 Detention 0.007 Detention basin south of Rimrock $ 520.00 $ 416.00 Avenue and Rock Springs Dr. Basin 2 Calle San 0.007 Inlet on the southwest corner of Calle 520.00 416.00 Marcos Inlet San Marcos and Grand Ave '7 7-77 Chino Hills 3 Parkway 0.007 Inlet east of Chino Hills Pkwy between 520.00 416.00 Heathervale Dr and Country Walk Ln Inlet 7- 1 1, Ridgeview 4 Ddve Inlet 0.010 Inlet south west of Ridgeview Dr 520.00 416.00 5 Feldspar 0.002 Inlet west of Feldspar and Carbon 620.00 416.00 7 Inlet T-- Canyon Rd 6 Pipeline 0.034 Inlet west of Pipeline between Los 470.00 $ 376.00 Avenue Inlet Serranos Blvd Glen Ridge Dr Pipeline 7 Avenue 0.020 Inlet west of Pipeline Ave and Los 470,00 376.00 Serranos Blvd and Glen Ridge Dr Outlet 777 7 Soquel 8 canyon 0.062 Parkway Inlet Inlet is south of Soquel Canyon Pkwy $ 680.00 $ 544.00 and Pipeline Ave 10b Z)Kate tarK Outlet Total Area - Acres 0,285 Page SubTotal Pagel $ 5,790.00 $ 4,946,00 EXHIBIT B-1 Facility Facility Name Work Area Location Year I Year 2 ID Acres Skate Park Drainage channel located ease of skate ---- Channel -------- 2.233 park 11,132.00 $ 9,646,00 Pilot Channel Fairfield Ranch Rd at channel southwest of Skate Park Mystic 17 Canyon 0.195 Detention basin south of Mystic Canyon 1,200.00 960.00 Detention Dr, south of Twin Knolls Dr Basin 18 Butterfield 0.011 Inlet north of Butterfield Ranch Rd at 464.00 371.00 Inlet Brookwood Ln 19 Butteffield 0.014 Outlet north of Butterfield Ranch Rd at 490.00 $ 392.00 Outlet Brookwood Ln .77 Total Area - Acres 3.143 SubTotal Page 2 $ 16,036-00 $ 13,469.00 Page 2 Total Area - Acres 3.428 Total Pages 1 & 2 $ 21,826.00 18,415.00 EXHIBIT B-2 SILT SEDIMENT REMVOAL Annual Silt and Facility ID Facility Name Location Description Sediment Year I Year 2 1 1 1 1 Removal (vd 3) Remove silt and I through 9, 18, Varies Varies sediment as needed. Not 600 $ 25,000.00 $ 22,500.00 19, and B to exceed 500 cubic yards annually Skate Park Remove silt and 10a Drainage sediment as needed and 150 $ 6,750.00 $ 6,075.00 Ditch Outlet/Drainage . directed. Not to exceed ditch and drainage 150 cubic yards annually grates south of the skate park on Remove silt and 10b Skate Park Fairfield Ranch Rd sediment as needed and 150 6,750.00 Outlet directed. Not to exceed $ 6,075.00 150 cubic yards annually Remove silt and Skate Park Drainage channel sediment as needed and Channel located east of directed. Not to exceed 2,000 $ 96,000,00 $ 86,400.00 skate park 2,000 cubic yards 11 annually Fairfield Ranch Rd Remove silt and Pilot Channel at channel sediment as needed and 150 $ 6,750.00 $ 6,075.00 southwest of directed. Not to exceed Skate Park 150 cubic yards annually Mystic Detention basin Remove silt and 17 Canyon south of Mystic sediment as needed. Not 250 12,500.00 $ 11,250.00 Detention Canyon Dr, south to exceed 250 cubic - ----_--- Basin of Twin Knolls Dr yards annually 7 -------- -- ----- - ---- Drainage pond Remove silt and located 1,400 feet sediment as needed. Not A Small Pond east of skate park to exceed 150 cubic 100 4,800.00 $ 4,320.00 on Fairfield Ranch yards annually Rd Totals Silt & Sediment Removal 3,300 158,550,000 142,695.000 APPENDIX A STANDARD SCHEDULE OF CHARGES RESPONSIBLE REPRESENTATIVES SUBCONTRACTOR LIST Habitat Restoration Sciences, Inc. 2017 State Prevailing Wage Standard Schedule of Charges Prgfessional & Management Persoanel Habitat Management Coordinator/Principal.................................................... .............$210,00/hr Senior Project Manager,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,..,,,,,...,,,,,,,,,,..,,,,...,,,,,,..,..,,,.,.,,..,,..,.,,,,,,,,,,.,,.......... ,....... ,.................... , $160,00/hr Senior Engineer/ Senior Landscape Architect/ SeniorGeologist ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,...... ,.......... $160,00/hr Engineer/Landscape Architect/Geologist,,-,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,„.,,,,,,.I'll ................................................. $120,00/hr Senior Habitat Restoration Specialist..................................................................................................................$130,00/hr Habitat Restoration Specialist ....................................................................................................I—...................$ I00,00/hr CARDDesigner/GIS Technician ............. ............................................................................................................$75,00/hr Administration/Clerical Support................................................................................................ ................,.,,,,$65,00/hr Construcdor Preysiliwe Wave Classifications - Landscape operating Hngineerfl eamslor,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,$135,00/hr Landscape Irrigation Laborer......................................................... ............................................................ ....... $120,00/hr Landscape Hydro Seeder..................................................................................................................................... $120,00/hr Constriction Laborer,.,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,.,.,.,..,.,,.,.,,,.,.,.,,.,,,,..,,....,.,,...,...,,,,..,.,,,,......,,,...,..,,,..,..,.,,,.................1.$120,00/hr Landscape irrigation Tender— ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,..,,,,.,..,,,,,...,....,,,,.,,,,,,,,.,,.,...... .,..,,,.,.,,......... ....... ................. ,................. $55.00/hr Maintenance PrevsiliaL)Mme ClassMeations: Landscape Supervisor/Project Manager.................................................................................„,.......................... $125.00/hr Landsoape Assistant Supervisor........................................................................................................................ $105.0ftr Foreman ............ ................... ............... ........................... ........................................................................... ............ $85,00/hr Assistant Foreman,, $65,00/hr Skilled Laborer(QAL, 5+ Yom' Experience).............................................................,.,,,.....,.,....,.,.,,.,,..............$50.00/hr Landscape Maintenance Laborer ........................................................................................................................... $33,00/hr Eauioment/Vehictes Trude Usage.. ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, $125,00/day Water Trailer/Buffalo....................................................... ..................... ................ ........... ...... ............................$75.00/day Dump Trailer.................................................................................................................................................... $100,00/day GPSUnit ........... ............. ..«.,..,...... ,,,..,,,,...,,,,,.,,.,,.,,,,,....... ,....,..,,,..,,,,,.,,,.,,,,,,.,,..,.,,.,......,.....,,,.,.......................... ,$90,00/day Quad/Mulc........................................................................................................................................................ $100.00/d4y ATVwith Spray Rig,. ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 5150.00/day Boat / Kubota zero Turn Mower .......................................... ......... ................ ,,..,....................... ,...................... $225.00/day Dingo Equipment(rractor......................... ....... ............. ......... ...................................... ............................ ...... ., $450,00/day CAT /John Deere Dozer, Excavator (305 or smaller), Skid Steer, do.— ........ -- .......................................... $450.00/day CAT308 Excavator .............. ................... ................................................................... ,................ .,,.,,,.............. $600.00/day CAT315 Excavator......................................................................................................................................... $850,00/d4y Water Truck / Dump Truck.............................................................................................................................. $450,00/d4y Chipper / Hydroseeder.................................... .......... ........... ................. ................ ...................... —.,,,,,,.... ....... $450.00/day Masticator Attachment...,,,...—........................................................................................................................ $300,00/day RolWtfTruok....... ............ ............................................................................................. ........ $600,00/day plus tipping fees Emergency and Holidays — Minimum charge of two hours will be billed at 1,5 times the normal rate. Sundays are double time at 2.0 times normal rate, Material sad Outside Services — Herbicides, subcontractors, rental of special equipment, special fencing or signage materials, etc,, are charged at 1.15 times the direct cost, Travel Expenses —Per Diem where overnight stay Is Involved Is charged at cost, Invoices, Late Charges, - All fees will be billed to Client monthly and shall be due, and payable upon receipt, Involces are delinquent if not paid within thirty (30) days from the date of the Invoice, Client agrees to pay a monthly late charge equal to one percent (1%) per month of the outstanding balance until paid In full, RevtseAAroember 20I6 -1 HR S NAME RESPONSIBLL REPRESENTAI I VE Robert Mackie RESPONSIBLE REPRESENTATIVES TITLE BUSINESS ADDRESS Project Manager 1217 Distribution Way Vista, CA 92081 PHONE NUMBERS OFFICE CELL EMERGENCY 760-479-4210 760-519-4330 760-310-4512 Kyle Matthews ALTERNATE REPRESENTATIVE 1=7 Kevin DiSabatino Construction 1217 Distribution Way 760-479-4210 760-415-9520 760-310-4512 Project Manager Vista, CA 92081 Kyle Matthews SUBCONTRACTOR LIST Type of Work Subcontractor Firm Name Subcontractor percentage of Work City, State Zip Material Off -Hauling Greenstone Materials 1420 Nandina Ave, 10.99% Perris, CA 92571 T�'T��"-Ti; e—l"T. 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"G" Street 10.98% San Bernardino, CA 92410 *Please note: Material off -hauling services are not subject to DIR registration. �201-�-233 July 13, 2017 PREPARED FOR Nisha Wells City of Chino Hills 14000 City Center Drive Chino Hills, CA 91709 PREPARED BY Habitat Restoration Sciences, Inc. 1217 Distribution Way Vista, CA 92081 www.hrsrestoration.com RSHRS HABITAT RESTORATION SCIENCES INC July 13, 2017 Nisha Wells City of Chino Hills 14000 City Center Drive Chino Hills, CA 91709 2017-90 Subject: Proposal for Herbicidal /applications and Select Vegetation Trimming Project Dear Ms. Wells, Habitat Restoration Sciences, Inc (HRS) is pleased to present this proposal to the City of Chino Hills for herbicidal applications and select vegetation trimming. HRS is a Dudek company. Dudek is a leading California mid-sized environmental and engineering firm specializing in natural resource management, infrastructure development and regulatory compliance. Our crews team with biologists, landscape architects, hydrologists and habitat restoration designers to provide turn- key solutions to native habitat creation, landscape installation and long-term maintenance. We understand that the City of Chino Hills (City) is seeking herbicide application and vegetation clearing, weed management and sediment removal services at various flood control facilities throughout the City. HRS has the staff and equipment to perform these services. We have reviewed and understand all of the elements in the RFP. If selected, HRS is ready and available to enter into an agreement under the terms and conditions provided in the RFP. The HRS team has worked in the Orange County area performing herbicide applications, vegetation trimming and habitat restoration services for over 20 years. We are currently working with the Inland Empire Resource Conservation District on the Chino Hills Habitat Restoration project and we are very familiar with this area. Our project manager, Bob Mackie, is a licensed arborist, a Pest Control Advisor, a Qualified Applicator License holder and he leads the pest control division at HRS. His current work includes xxx acres of flood control district herbicide spraying work for the Orange County Flood Control District. We have the equipment required for both large and small projects and our employees have extensive knowledge of the local flora and fauna and are very familiar with various sites throughout the County of Riverside. The HRS team understands the critical issues of the project and we provide the following: • 2 Licensed PCA's and 15 QAL's on staff a Experienced landscape maintenance project manager A & C-27 LIC #842661 1217 Distribution Way (760) 479-4210 office HRSRESTORATION.COM Vista, CA 92081 (760)479-4190 fax MS. Wells Proposal for Herbicidal Applications and Select vegelation Trimming Proiect • Equipment required to successfully complete the work Ability to provide staff to complete project on time and on budget Multiple successful herbicide treatment and vegetation removal projects throughout southern California Safety is extremely important for our staff. We conduct and document weekly tailgate meetings with each crew. The crew is knowledgeable of our Injury and Illness Prevention Program (UPP) and with all of our projects; we complete project site-specific safety training. Thank you for the opportunity to bid on this work for the City of Chino Hills. HRS is extremely proud of our performance record as a landscape contractor and we have never been removed from a project by a client for non-performance. We welcome the opportunity to work with the City. If you have any questions regarding this proposal, please contact me at (760) 519-7230 or you can contact Bob Mackie at (760) 519-4330. Sincerely, HABITAT RESTORATION SCIENCES, INC. Mark Girard, resident & Co -F nuo der Habitat Rest ration Contractor A, C-27 Liceh, se # 842661 ISHRS 22017-90 --f 4ESfU ION 5CIENCE5 IIC July 2017 Proposal Content Required Statements 1. HRS understands that this RFP will be incorporated in its entirety as apart of the HRS quote. 2. HRS understands that all charges for services will be a "Not -To -Exceed" fee, as submitted with and made part of HRS's quote. 3. A copy of the HRS 2017 hourly rate schedule for personnel and equipment is included in the Cost Proposal envelope. HRS understands that this hourly rate schedule is part of the proposal for use in invoicing for progress payments and for extra work incurred that is not part of this RFP. 4. HRS understands that all federal laws and regulations shall be adhered to notwithstanding any federal, state or local laws and regulations. In case of conflict between federal, state, or local laws or regulations, the strictest shall be adhered to. S. HRS will allow all authorized federal, state, county, and the City of Chino Hills officials access to place of work, books, documents, papers, fiscal, payroll materials, and other relevant contract records pertinent to this project. All relevant records shall be retained for at least three years. 6. HRS will not discriminate against any employee or applicant for employment because of race, color, religion, sex, or national origin. 7. HRS will comply with the California Labor Code. Pursuant to said regulations entitled: Federal Labor Standards provisions; Federal Prevailing Wage Decision; and State of California Prevailing Wage Rates, respectively. 8. HRS will comply with the Copeland Antikickback Act (18 USC 874 C) and the implementation regulation (29 CFR 3) issued pursuant thereto, and any amendments thereof. Herbicidal Applications and Select Vegetation Trimming Project MHRSCity of Chino Hills Statement of Qualifications For more than 30 years, HRS staff have successfully performed herbicide treatments and vegetation control along with habitat restoration and mitigation design, installation, monitoring and long-term maintenance services, obtaining agency sign -off on our projects. Our crews are well trained and experienced working with native species and controlling invasive exotic weeds. We have over 15 Qualified Applicator License (QAL) holders on staff along with 2 Pest Control Advisers (PCA) and 2 Arborists. As a habitat restoration contractor, we have great familiarity with the various governmental agency permits that our clients work with including: CDFW 1600 Streambed Permits, ACOE Permits, US Fish and Wildlife Service (USFWS) Permits and 401 Certifications from the Regional Water Quality Control Board. Ivey Staff Project Manager / Weed Management Specialist / PCA Robert Mackie, PCA, QAL Robert Mackie is a PCA, Certified Arborist, and Qualified Applicator (QAL). His specialties include IPM, industrial vegetation control, horticultural program development, and invasive species eradication. He has 27 years of identifying and removing non-native plants in the various Southern California habitat types. He works with many municipalities, water and school districts, and multiple public agencies throughout California. He was responsible for all pesticide applications throughout 40 counties in California. Mr. Mackie incorporated fertility programs and modified cultural practices as part of IPM, and reduced chemical costs with improved efficacy of pest control programs. EDUCATION Loma Linda University Major, Plant Sciences, Agriculture Minor CERTIFICATIONS Pest Control Advisor (ABDEG) — No. AA -71575 California Pest Control Applicator (ABCDEFG) License No. QL-96609 Certified Arborist No. WE -3330A Commercial Bulk Tank and Haz Mat As the PCA for HRS, Mr. Mackie has written recommendations and/or License No. C3325218 provided herbicide application services on several projects, including the 82.9 -acre Upper Oso Habitat Restoration Project (Orange County), The Crossings Golf Course Habitat Restoration Project (San Diego County), Trabuco Canyon Habitat Restoration Project (Orange County), and Site B Mitigation Project (Camp Pendleton, San Diego County). He currently is providing channel and flood control weed abatement/herbicide application services for several agencies, including Orange County Public Works, Eastern Municipal Water District, and the City of Moreno Valley 15 �� Herbicidal Applications and Select Vegetation Trimming Project City of Chino Hills Project Supervisor Pete Trotta, QAL Pete Trotta specializes in field supervision and coordination of native habitat restoration installation and maintenance projects. Mr. Trotta has more than 18 years' experience in installing and maintaining agency -approved projects throughout Southern California. Mr. Trotta is a licensed C-27 Landscape Contractor and is a certified QSD/QSP, qualified pest control applicator, OSHA 30 -Hour Construction Safety certified, HAZWOPER 40 -Hour Safety certified, and a Recycled Water Site Supervisor. Mr. Trotta has worked on upland, riparian, wetland, and coastal sage scrub restoration projects that included plant installation, soil amendments, grow/kill cycles for weeds, temporary irrigation installation, and weed management (through use of mechanical, manual, and herbicide treatments). He is an expert with Southern California native and non-native species identification. Mr. Trotta works closely with the project biologist to make sure all permit requirements are met on restoration projects Project Foreman Eddie Rosas, QAL CERTIFICATIONS Licensed Landscape Contractor C-27 License No. 843530 Class A Driver California Pest Control Applicator License No. QAL 105836 OSHA 30 #36-60096344 OSHA 10 #6367348 HAZWOPER 40 -Hour Training Recycled Water Site Supervisor Training (ID # 2029, Exp. 5.17.17) CPR/First Aid QSD/QSP Certification #23364 CPESC Certification #7050 PROFESSIONAL AFFILIATIONS California Landscape Contractors' Association (CLCA) California Invasive Plant Council (Cal - IPC) Eddie Rosas has 12 years' experience as a crew leader and CERTIFICATIONS equipment operator. For 6 years he was the project foreman at the Licensed Pesticide Applicator No. QAL Native Plant Habitat Management and Maintenance Services for 1 115586 Central Landfills Project for OCWR. In addition, he has managed crews at the successfully signed off Carlsbad Golf Course habitat maintenance project, where HRS provided habitat maintenance for 48 acres of coastal sage scrub and 7 acres of wetlands. He is foreman for the As - Needed Habitat Management project for the San Diego County Water Authority. In addition, he is the project leader and foreman for the weed abatement contract for the City of Carlsbad where he leads crews and operates the mowing equipment for hundreds of acres throughout Carlsbad. As an equipment operator, he has experience with soil preparation and soil removal, mowing, and tree and shrub removal. He specializes in maneuvering around native species to perform exotic removal in riparian and coastal sage scrub habitats. He manages a crew of up to 20 laborers in all aspects of habitat restoration and landscape management. He is experienced in weed/exotic removal, herbicide application, plant identification, irrigation installation, container planting, plant salvaging, and site maintenance. ISH�� Herbicidal Applications and Select Vegetation Trimming Project City of Chino Hills Similar Projects and References HRS has performed vegetation management, landscape maintenance and habitat restoration as a company for more than 13 years with many of our staff providing these services for over 20 years. Below are several of our current or recently completed projects that show our experience with weed abatement, landscape maintenance, herbicide application, and other habitat restoration tasks. Herbicide Application Services Client: Orange Count`j Public Works, Environmental Resources Watersheds Program, Flood Control Division Client Contact: Tammy Bragg, 714-955-0204, Tammy.Bragg@ocpini.ocgov.com Client Address: 2301 N. Glassel St. Orange, CA 92865 HRS is providing vegetation management services for the County of Orange. The OC Flood Control facilities that are owned and maintained by County and District provide vital flood control protection to the public and habitat to wildlife. To maintain the flood control facilities in storm -ready condition and enhance habitat in wildlife mitigation sites a vegetation control program has been established. The vegetation control program consists of controlling native and non-native species in flood control facilities and controlling undesirable vegetation in mitigation sites. The herbicide application plan consists of four applications, one pre -emergent and three post -emergent applications. This shall consist of up to 1,311 ' ,.i acres of pre -emergent (one round) and 3,933 acres post emergent (three rounds) annually. Application areas on flood control channel consists of access gate areas, inside of all fenced areas including walk side/far side, roadways, slopes, and channel invert areas. Application of pre- — - emergence and post emergence herbicide at specific times of the season as determined by County's on -staff Pest Control Advisor, and application of selective herbicides on woody and broadleaf weeds upon request. Application of herbicide in mitigation areas in County facilities varies and is closely coordinated with County PCA, HRS' Pest Control Division Manager and PCA, Bob Mackie is leading this vegetation management effort. This vegetation management program is in alignment with NDPES permits and is intended to keep the County in compliance with these permits. Herbicidal Applications and Select Vegetation Trimming Project WHRSCity of Chino Hills Chino Hills State Park Restoration Project Client: Inland Empire Resource Conservation District Client Contact: Mandy Parkes, District Manager, 909-799-7407, mparkes@iercd.org Client Address: 25864 Business Center Dr # K, Redlands, CA 92374 Project includes site preparation and restoration over 16.03 acres of coastal sage scrub habitat located in the "Scully Hill" region of Chino Hills State Park in the City of Chino Hills and County of San Bernardino. The goals of the project are to Enhance biological values (by removing non-native, invasive vegetation; increase native CSS plant cover at Scully Hill that will be suitable for CAGN dispersal and foraging by installing container plants and applying native plant seed; and improve ecosystem connectivity with cactus scrub to the west of the site and oak woodland to the east. HRS is providing ESA fencing, erosion control and bank stabilization, invasive eradication efforts, installing temporary irrigation, and planting and seeding the site with biologist approved native species. HRS will provide maintenance through 2021. Eagle Canyon Dam and Debris Basin Habitat Mitigation Project Client: Riverside County Flood Control and Water Conservation District Client Contact: Kris Flanigan, 951.955.8581, kflanigan@rcflood.org Client Address: 1995 Market Street, Riverside, CA 92501 This project started in March 2014 and includes a 5 -year monitoring period per the requirements of the HMMP dated February 1, 2013. The project consists of the enhancement/restoration of 0.93 acres within Eagle Canyon (on site) and 4.79 acres within the Tahquitz Canyon Channel (off site). Mitigation at both locations includes removal of trash/debris as well as control of invasive plant species such as fountain grass (Pennisetum setaceum), tamarisk (Tamarix sp.), and tree tobacco (Nicotiana glauca). HRS is serving as the restoration and maintenance contractor. The 5.72 -acre mitigation area will restore and enhance dry desert wash habitat within the watershed. The proposed mitigation of exotic species removal will increase the functions and services of the watershed. The removal of exotic species will allow for the native habitat to encroach along the bank limits, immediate slopes, and invert of the ephemeral wash on-site. Additionally, benefits include increased groundwater recharge, flood storage, and sediment retention in the identified mitigation areas. OHRSHerbicidal Applications and Select Vegetation Trimming Project City of Chino Hills Diemer Filtration Plant Fire Abatement Fuel Modification Management Client: Metropolitan Water District of Southern California Client Contact. Marc Snyder, 951.955.8581, mdsnider@mwdh2o.com Client Address: 550 E. Allessandro Boulevard, Riverside, California 92508 HRS is currently providing fire management /brush removal and landscape maintenance services for MWD at the Diemer WTP facility in Yorba Linda, Orange County. The work includes the identification and removal of diseased and hazardous trees and selective fuel reduction in areas designated as critical habitat to endangered species such as the California Gnatcatcher. Thorough knowledge of native plant species as well as their fuel/burn characteristics is essential for this work. Project also includes industrial vegetation management, tree pruning and the maintenance and repair of the irrigation system components that were designed to use raw lake water as a source. Hemet / San Jacinto Integrated Recharge and Recovery Program Client: Eastern Municipal Water District Client Contact: Helen Statton, 951.928.3777, strattoh@emwd.org Client Address: 2270 Trumble Road, Perris, CA 92572-8300 Project includes S year maintenance for the removal of invasive vegetation within 8 acres of habitat along the Santa Ana and San Jacinto Rivers and the preservation and management of 186 acres of Conservation Areas and related buffer zones for the conservation of SBKR habitat along with the restoration of at least 32.4 acres of alluvial fan. HRS is responsible for the removal and treatment of non-native vegetation, and installation of irrigation, plantings, and seed. Maintenance services include pro -active removal of non-native plants within the mitigation site boundaries. Non-native species are removed by using heavy equipment or by hand, and they are controlled with herbicides, as appropriate. Species such as tamarisk (Tamarix spp.) are specifically targeted for eradication. Additionally, HRS, Inc provides maintenance for 66 EMWD Basin, Well, Tank and Booster sites throughout the Hemet San Jacinto area. Vegetation Maintenance Services Client: Rancho Santa Fe Community Services District Client Contact: Jeff Pape, 760-942-SI47,jpape@dudek.com Client Address: 5920 Linea Del Cielo, Rancho Santa Fe, CA 92067 HRS is providing aquatic and vegetation management 1 services for this approximate 10 -acre project site which hINW-1 WWI'._►'„.: a .;.... s includes both the Santa Fe Valley water Reclamation Facility and the Whispering Palms Water Reclamation Facility. Maintenance activities include: industrialAIL- vegetation suppression, weed abatement and trash removal around infiltration and storage ponds. These areas include dirt access roads, pond basins as well as shoreline inverts. Vegetation management is achieved primarily through the timely application of appropriate herbicides as part of a maintenance program developed by Mr. Mackie, the in-house Pest Control Advisor (PCA). �� Herbicidal Applications and Select Vegetation Trimming Project City of Chino Hills Project Approach Currently the basins are overgrown with native riparian and non-native vegetation. We assume that work cannot begin until nesting season is over. We can also assume that in the interim, vegetation will continue to grow where hydrology/water availability supports it. Once the sites have been surveyed by a biological monitor and the notice to proceed is given. HRS will apply an appropriate herbicide with an approve desiccant. Once the plant material has dried (7-14 days depending on temperature), HRS will trim, skirt, grind/chip and remove the vegetation below six feet to help restore functionality of the basin. We will attempt to preserve tall large diameter established native trees by skirting them up to six feet as opposed to removal, as their canopies may extend into protected areas. It would be highly unlikely that the canopies would impede flow. The priority will be given to the sites where de -silting is needed in order to expedite silt removal prior to winter rains. HRS will contact dig alert to ensure that excavation will not compromise buried utilities. Desilting and haul off will then take place using a mid-sized rubber wheeled or tracked loader or possibly an excavator if the ground is unable to support the loader. Pest populations (weed growth) as well as litter generation will vary dependent on climatic and other factors. We anticipate weed growth to be heaviest following yearly precipitation and litter generation to be preceded by wind, precipitation, high flow or deciduous leaf drop. Surface irrigation runoff will also play a role during the summer in urban watersheds. HRS plans to visit the sites monthly outside the nesting season and adjust crew size to accommodate the work anticipated. Our aim in the beginning of each year (Late Summer/Early Fall) would be to restore the designated maintenance areas at each of the sites to a point where vegetation is managed so as to minimize its potential as a flood, vector control or fire liability within the designated maintenance areas. Additionally, access to the structures will be enhanced. Our aim will be to maintain the areas open and vegetation free as long as we can by using timely herbicide applications as well as selective trimming to prevent vegetation encroachment. We have used this approach in managing urban and natural watersheds for many other agencies including Orange County Flood Control, City of Moreno Valley, Eastern Municipal Water District, Irvine Ranch Water District and the Metropolitan Water District of Southern California. Timely Herbicide applications will minimize the disturbance to adjacent riparian of lacustrine habitat and reduce the noise impact as well as the mechanical damage resulting from vegetation removal. Blanket PCA advisories will be provided by HRS. Additionally, our aim would be to prevent the sites from becoming re-established as habitat. However, since work activity will not be permitted during Least Bell's Vireo nesting season (February 15 - September 15), we anticipate that yearly vegetation that has emerged or encroached during the nesting season would have to be manually removed each year in the Late Summer/Early Fall. Unfortunately, nesting season coincides with peak vegetative growth. Should the work restriction be lifted, we reserve the right to expand the herbicide program in order to minimize the need for manual vegetation removal. Herbicidal Applications and Select Vegetation Trimming Project City of Chino Hills JANUARY Litter Policing and Removal PCA Project Manager Site Review PCA Recommendations Administrative Work APRIL Nesting Season JULY Nesting Season OCTOBER Overhang trimming Herbicide stump treatment As needed Post Emergence Spot Spray entire site. Litter Policing and Removal Administrative Work 0 ANNUAL SCHEDULE SHEET FEBRUARY As needed Post Emergence Spot Spray entire site. Note this event is always weather dependent. Ideally we want to spray when the weeds are 3" tall (weed root systems help stabilize the soil and not let the vegetation become a fire hazard) Litter Policing and Removal MAY Nesting Season AUGUST Nesting Season NOVEMBER As needed Post Emergence Spot Spray entire site Litter Policing and Removal Escapee Weed Knockdown and Removal Administrative Work MARCH Nesting Season JUNE Nesting Season SEPTEMBER Blanket Spray Site following biological survey. Vegetation Knockdown & Removal PCA Project Manager Site Review Herbicide stump treatment larger woody plants De -silting of basins Administrative Work DECEMBER As needed Post Emergence Spot Spray entire site Litter Policing and Removal Administrative Work Herbicidal Applications and Select Vegetation Trimming Project City of Chino Hills Robert (Mackie Pesticide Division Manager/Arborist/PCA Robert Mackie is a Pest Control Adviser (PCA), Certified Arborist and Qualified Applicator. His specialties include Integrated Pest Management, Vegetation Control, Horticultural Program Development and Invasive Species Eradication. He has 27 years of identifying and removing non-native plants in the various California habitat types. He works with many municipalities, water and school districts, and multiple public agencies. EDUCATION Loma Linda University Major, Plant Sciences, Agriculture Minor CERTIFICATIONS Pest Control Advisor (ABDEG) — No. AA -71575 California Pest Control Applicator As a certified arborist, Robert has technical knowledge of plant (ABCDEFG) selection and plant maintenance requirements for federal, safety License No. QL-96609 and health regulations and has experience in giving Certified Arborist No. WE -3330A recommendations for treatment of diseased trees and general Commercial Bulk Tank and Haz Mat License plant maintenance. He is familiar with soils assessments and uses No. C3325218 this information for identifying potential problems so that the proper adjustments can be made for the sustaining health of the plant and/or tree. He was responsible for all pesticide applications throughout forty counties in California. Mr. Mackie incorporated fertility programs and modified cultural practices as part of Integrated Pest Management and reduced chemical costs with improved efficacy of pest control programs. As part of his habitat restoration experience, he led the team that installed the San Joaquin Wildlife Sanctuary in Irvine, California. And, as the PCA for HRS, Mr. Mackie has written recommendations and/or provided herbicide application services on several projects including the 82.9 Acre Upper Oso Habitat Restoration Project (Orange County), The Crossings Golf Course Habitat Restoration Project (San Diego County), Trabuco Canyon Habitat Restoration Project (Orange County), and Site B Mitigation Project (Camp Pendleton, San Diego County). He currently is providing channel and flood control weed abatement/herbicide application services for several agencies including: Orange County Public Works, Eastern Municipal Water District and the City of Moreno Valley. Project Experience Herbicide Application Services, Orange County Public Works/Flood Control, Orange County, California. HRS' Pesticide Division Manager and PCA, Mr. Mackie is leading this vegetation management effort. HRS is providing vegetation management services for the County of Orange. The OC Flood Control facilities that are owned and maintained by Orange County Public Works County and District provide vital flood control protection to the public and habitat to wildlife. To maintain the flood control facilities in storm -ready condition and enhance habitat in wildlife mitigation sites a vegetation control program has been established. The vegetation control program consists of controlling native and non-native species in flood control facilities and controlling undesirable vegetation in mitigation sites. Application of pre - emergence and post emergence herbicide is time specific and determined by County's on -staff Pest Control Advisor in collaboration with HRS's on -staff PCA. Applications of selective herbicides on woody and broadleaf weeds to control exotic vegetation takes place regularly upon request. Application of herbicide in mitigation areas in County facilities varies and is closely coordinated with County PCA. Page 1 of 5 Detention Basin Maintenance, City of Moreno Valley, Riverside County, California. Mr. Mackie is the Pest Control Adviser (PCA) and pest control manager for this project. HRS' Pest Control Division is currently providing vegetation management of the City's flood control detention basins. The detention basin work includes: the inspection of accumulation of debris, erosion, structural elements during wet weather, clean debris; remove dead vegetation; spray herbicide; apply re-emergent; make adjustments or replacements as determined by annual wet weather inspections; provide general pest control services as requested, including vertebrate weeds, insects, and plant diseases. Hemet/San Jacinto Integrated Recharge and Recovery Program, Eastern Municipal Water District, County of Riverside California. Mr. Mackie was the Pest Control Adviser (PCA) and pest control supervisor for this project. Project includes 5 year maintenance for the removal of invasive vegetation within 8 acres of habitat along the Santa Ana and San Jacinto Rivers and the preservation and management of 186 acres of Conservation Areas and related buffer zones for the conservation of SBKR habitat along with the restoration of at least 32.4 acres of alluvial fan. HRS is responsible for the removal and treatment of non-native vegetation, and installation of irrigation, plantings, and seed. Herbicide Spray Route, Eastern Municipal Water District, Riverside County, California. HRS is providing comprehensive herbicide application, minor land/hardscape and weed abatement & removal services program for Route #3 in Hemet among the two hundred and eighty one (281) locations throughout the Eastern Municipal Water District, including both pre -emergent and post emergent herbicides. This includes tree trimming up to 8' from ground level, blowing off hardscape, leaf raking, picking up debris, cleaning "V" ditches, etc., to keep areas weed free. HRS is responsible to schedule and maintain site visits to evaluate the current status of any weed growth (not to exceed 3 inches in height) at Route #3. Mr. Mackie is the PCA on staff and supervises the QAL staff that performs this work for the District. Maintenance and Remedial Planting for the 2C Ranch/Trabuco Creek Habitat Restoration Project, City of San Juan Capistrano, California. Mr. Mackie is the PCA and the lead pest control manager for this 54 -acre project site that consists of 40 upland/CSS acres and 14 riparian acres. The topography ranges from steep to flat and is highly invaded by artichoke thistle and mustard. HRS is providing aggressive weed maintenance along with irrigation installation and maintenance to provide proper irrigation coverage for the 20,000 plants installed on this site. In addition, HRS will provide remedial planting and seeding necessary to achieve Success Criteria and any other measures as needed to obtain final acceptance and sign -off by the Resource Agencies. HRS is providing field direction with regard to location of the plant species and seed mixes that will ultimately lead to the greatest long-term success for the project. Additionally, HRS is managing the water usage throughout the site to optimize budget while still providing the site with all the necessary amount of water for the plant and seed germination to be successful. 82.9 Acre Upper Oso Habitat Restoration Project, City of Rancho Santa Margarita, Orange County, California. Mr. Mackie is the PCA and lead pest control manager for this project. Project includes implementation, monitoring, and maintenance of 66.3 acres of revegetation and 16.6 acres of enhancement of native vegetation including coastal sage scrub, cactus scrub, southern willow/mulefat scrub, scrub oak chaparral/oak woodland, and foothill needlegrass grassland. Planting methods include a combination of over 130,000 container plants and application of seed mixes using plant species palettes that will maximize contiguity with surrounding native vegetation types, species diversity, and habitat values. Page 2 of 5 HRS takes specific measures to avoid and minimize impacts to native plant and wildlife species, including sensitive species known or with the potential to occur in in the vicinity of the site. Work includes: site preparation, planting, and seeding, followed by a five-year maintenance and monitoring which includes weed control, erosion control, supplemental planting and/or seeding, removal of trash and debris, irrigation management, pest and herbivore control, and fencing and signage maintenance. Landscape Restoration and Maintenance, Sacramento Area Flood Control Agency (SAFCA), Sacramento, California. Mr. Mackie is the PCA for this project and has provided written pesticide recommendations to the client. HRS is conducting long-term operations and maintenance for 20 sites concurrently, located within a 40 mile radius (over 442 acres) throughout Sacramento County. There are a variety of ecosystems on restoration and mitigation sites from revegetation for bank stabilization, wetlands, riparian, uplands, and floodplain agricultural fields. We are managing multiple tasks from non-native exotic species control (using mechanical and/or chemical methods) to irrigation of native plantings to site preparation, herbicide treatments and native grass seeding. HRS is responsible for the day-to-day logistics of labor, equipment and materials to conduct the work within the project schedule and budget over a 2 year period. In addition, we must contend with vandalism, trash, and homeless issues at the sites. There are no plans and specifications for the work; we are using our extensive restoration experience to apply principles of adaptive management at all sites in order to meet site specific performance goals, thereby assisting SAFCA with meeting performance criteria per statutory regulatory permits at the sites. California Department of Food and Agriculture (CDFA) Invasive Species Eradication Program, Multiple Counties, California. As a sub -contractor, Mr. Mackie ran multiple CDFA invasive species eradication program throughout state in multiple counties (over 25,000 acres). These included Diaprepes Root Weevil, Light Brown Apple Moth, Gypsy Moth, Japanese Beetle and Asian Citrus Psyllid) He provided recommendations for treatment and coordinated ground crews. Careful attention to federal and state regulations was maintained for the duration of the project as the applications were made to private and public properties as the state exercised its eminent domain. San Vicente Reservoir, San Diego County Water Authority, San Diego, California. Mr. Mackie manages the HRS crew at this project site. Work includes 30 acres of habitat modification for the quarry site and 8.1 miles of shoreline herbicide application. Careful attention to aquatic herbicide use near the waterfront areas resulted in zero detects of herbicide residue in the reservoir water. Metropolitan Water District, Diemer Filtration Plant Fire Abatement Fuel Modification Management, Yorba Linda, California. Currently providing fire management /brush removal services for MWD at the Diemer WTP facility. Includes the identification and removal of diseased and hazardous trees. And selective fuel reduction in areas designated as critical habitat to endangered species such as the California Gnatcatcher. Vegetation Maintenance Services for Rancho Santa Fe Community Services District, San Diego, California. Mr. Mackie is the in-house Pest Control Advisor (PCA) for this project. HRS is providing aquatic and vegetation management services for the over 30 acre project site which includes both the Santa Fe Valley water Reclamation Facility and the Whispering Palms Water Reclamation Facility. Maintenance activities include: industrial vegetation suppression, weed abatement and trash removal around infiltration and storage ponds. These areas include dirt access roads, pond basins as well as shoreline inverts. Vegetation management is achieved primarily through the timely application of appropriate herbicides as part of a maintenance program developed by our in house Pest Control Advisor, Mr. Mackie. �a�.xe�:rr�x�:-�•aw-ae:rrv�ts�r..:,ar:�u-t9:��r�t-.rr:�r:�n+�arrc�r Page 3 of S Landscape IPM Maintenance Services, Etiwanda School District, Etiwanda California. Mr. Mackie has created an Integrated Pest Management Program for all the turfgrass and selected landscape areas of 16 schools in an effort to reduce pesticide use by addressing turf and landscape health in accordance with requirements set forth by the Healthy Schools Act. This approach incorporates the multiple facets of landscape health and focuses on the preventative as opposed to reactionary use of pesticides. When it has been determined that pesticide applications are needed, special provisions are made to work after hours in order to prevent unnecessary exposure to school children and staff. Right of Way Weed Abatement Services, Caltrans, San Diego, California. Mr. Mackie is the project manager for this project. HRS is providing all labor, equipment and materials for both emergency and routine weed abatement services in both residential and commercial Caltrans properties. Work includes. - mowing, raking, removal of weeds and trash, installation of fiber rolls, and sand bag installation as directed by the client's project manager. As -Needed Habitat Management, Center for Natural Lands Management, San Diego, California. Mr. Mackie is the Pest Control Adviser (PCA) and pest control supervisor for this HRS project. HRS is currently providing habitat maintenance and other as -needed services for the Center of Natural Lands Management in Southern California. Projects are coordinated with the San Diego Regional Preserve Manager in the multiple habitat areas that the CNLM manages. Projects are extremely varied in size and scope, and have included specialty herbicide applications, remote gravity -fed irrigation system design/build projects, heavy equipment trail repair, large-scale invasive plant removals, vegetation clearance, and general habitat maintenance. Murrieta Landscape Design Services, Western Municipal Water District, Riverside County, California. Mr. Mackie was the project manager for this project. HRS provided the design and implementation of a water efficient irrigation system along with the planting of drought -tolerant plants at the Western Municipal Water District Facility in Murrieta. Coastal Sage Scrub Restoration (Site B, Marine Corps Exchange, and Pilgrim Creek), Camp Pendleton, California. Mr. Mackie is the Pest Control Adviser (PCA) and pest control supervisor for this HRS project. HRS is providing CSS restoration services for this 30 -acre site. Project includes soil imprinting, container plant planting, hydroseeding, and protection of the thread -leaved Brodiaea is its current location. During years 3- 5, the focus is weed and exotic species control and encouragement of the container plant development with maintenance and the use of protective cages. Twin Oaks Valley Onsite/Offsite Mitigation Project, City of San Marcos, California. Mr. Mackie was the Pest Control Adviser (PCA) and pest control supervisor for this project. The project was failing to meet its required mitigation success criteria so HRS and Dudek received the contract from the City of San Marcos to take over the project. The project includes over 15 acres of restoration of CSS and chaparral habitat on ' site, as well as over 8 acres of CSS habitat restoration at an off-site Sycamore Drive location. Work also includes modifications and remedial work to an existing 0.86 -acre wetland mitigation site off site that was previously failing and implementation of an additional 0.32- acre wetland mitigation area as additional compensation to satisfy resource agency permitting requirements. HRS was able to help bring this project back into compliance with resource agency requirements and back onto its monitoring schedule. The previously failing 0.86 -acre wetland that was regraded in 2010 by HRS to provide the appropriate hydrology for the adjacent habitat has met its 5 year success criteria after only 1 year of maintenance by HRS. Page 4 of 5 County of Orange, Integrated Waste Management Department (IWMD) Native Plant Habitat Management and Maintenance Services for Landfills, Orange County, California. Mr. Mackie was the Pest Control Adviser (PCA) and pest control supervisor for this project. For this 6 -year contract, HRS provided management and maintenance services for the native plant habitat sites within the FRB and Santiago Canyon landfills. Areas include approximately 60 acres of CSS habitat restoration on site, 0.14 acre of riparian scrub habitat, 9.0 acres of upland and coast live oak habitat at the FRB site, and 150 acres of CSS habitat at the Santiago Canyon landfill. As the pest control supervisor, Mr. Mackie worked with HRS staff to provide efficient weed abatement services. Goal for the client is to obtain agency sign -off on these projects. HRS worked closely with client to accomplish this goal. Oceanside -Escondido Sprinter Rail Mitigation Project, North County Transit District, San Diego County, California. Mr. Mackie was the Pest Control Adviser (PCA) and pest control supervisor for this project. The construction of the Oceanside -Escondido (Sprinter) Rail and associated projects resulted in impacts to approximately 12.51 acres of CSS and other sensitive upland habitat types including oak trees. As a result, approximately 25.02 acres of mitigation was required. Two CSS mitigation sites were selected which included the installation of 625 coast live oak trees (Quercus agrifoiia) within the mitigation areas along the Sprinter ROW. HRS installed the native container plants (including the oaks) and seed and installed a temporary irrigation system. The 5 -year maintenance and monitoring period for this project began in 2008. HRS performed the maintenance while Dudek provided the monitoring of the installation tasks and throughout the maintenance period. Maintenance tasks performed by HRS included: weed control, irrigation repairs and adjustments, remedial planting and seeding, trash/debris removal. The Crossings at Carlsbad Habitat Maintenance Project, City of Carlsbad, California. Mr. Mackie was the Pest Control Adviser (PCA) and pest control supervisor for the habitat maintenance of 48 acres of coastal sage scrub and 7 acres of wetlands. Monitoring work included vegetation transects and gnatcatcher documentation. When the project started in 2006, there were only 4 breeding pairs of gnatcatchers on-site and when the project received sign -off in 2012 there was 12 pairs observed. Rose Canyon Wetland Creation Project, San Diego Public Utilities Department, San Diego, California. Mr. Mackie was the Pest Control Adviser (PCA) and pest control supervisor for this 10.5 acre southern willow riparian wetlands and CSS uplands creation project. Project involved moving over 22,000 cubic yards of material to create wetland and upland habitats. The work took place in an open park that required tight coordination with the Cities MWWD and Parks department to provide minimal inconvenience to the public's use of the trails making up Rose Canyon. Maintenance efforts including hand weeding and herbicides. ..fir'F��3!uu�,n")iv$�3n�..1`av..�"q^'�'!i':�'"i�e'.Tti�i'YiP 7D.��if >:'gW:�.^�{6f.�1�61ea:��'J 1.4�1A��ki .3'I�S.�L"i*�wf�2"r�4 •':3�$..s�5:...-T��-�C�3i. [Ki'C$p. '3PL` 6.h'�3h'�i Page 5 of 5 Pete Troth Senior Project Manager, QSD-QSP, QAL Pete Trotta specializes in project management, field supervision CERTIFICATIONS and coordination of native habitat restoration installation and Licensed Landscape Contractor C-27 maintenance projects. Mr. Trotta has over 18 years' experience License No. 843530 in installing and maintaining agency -approved projects Class A Driver throughout Southern California. Mr. Trotta is a licensed C-27 California Pest Control Applicator Landscape Contractor and is a certified QSD/QSP, qualified pest License No. QAL 105836 control applicator, OSHA 30 Hour Construction Safety, OSHA 30 #36-60096344 HAZWOPER 40 Hour Safety, and Recycled Water Site OSHA 10 #6367348 Supervisor. Mr. Trotta has worked on upland, riparian, wetland, HAZWOPER 40 Hour Training Coastal Sage Scrub (CSS) restoration projects that included: Recycled Water Site Supervisor Training (ID plant installation, soil amendments, grow/kill cycles for weeds, # 2029, Exp. 5.17.17) temporary irrigation installation, weed management (through CPR/First Aid use of mechanical, manual and herbicide treatments). He is an QSDIQSP Certification #23364 expert with Southern California native and non-native species CPESC Certification #7050 identification. Several of Mr. Trotta's past projects, for which he PROFESSIONAL AFFILIATIONS provided field supervision of the installation and maintenance California Landscape Contractors' activities, include: assistance with the Rose Canyon Association (CLCA) Wetland/Upland Mitigation project for the City of San Diego, under the direction of Dudek; the installation and maintenance of an Orcutt's brodiaea (Brodiaea orcutti� translocation project for Brookfield Homes at the University Commons project in San Marcos; the enhancement and revegetation of a 30 acre site at Camp Pendleton for Marine Corps Community Services (MCCS); installation of the Loma Alta Creek Wetland Mitigation for North County Transit District (NCTD); Twin Oaks Valley Rd Wetland Mitigation for the City of San Marcos; and Peters Canyon Regional Park Wetland Mitigation and Exotic Tree Removal for the County of Orange. Mr. Trotta works closely with the project biologist to make sure all permit requirements are met on the restoration projects. Several of Mr. Trotta's current and past projects for which he provided QSD/QSP services include Whittier Main (Matrix Oil), South Bay Union School District's Nicoloff and Pence elementary schools (Baker Electric), Camp Pendleton Del Mar Beach Cottage and Entertainment Venue (Haskell), and the 82.9 -acre Upper Oso Restoration Project (City of Rancho Santa Margarita). Project Experience Habitat Restoration and Maintenance 82.9 Acre Upper Oso Habitat Restoration Project, City of Rancho Santa Margarita, Orange County, California. Mr. Trotta is the project manager for the installation and maintenance of this project. Project includes implementation, monitoring, and maintenance of 66.3 acres of revegetation and 16.6 acres of enhancement of native vegetation including coastal sage scrub, cactus scrub, southern willow/mulefat scrub, scrub oak chaparral/oak woodland, and foothill needlegrass grassland. The Site will provide long- term habitat and wildlife movement opportunities for various wildlife species, including the coastal California gnatcatcher (Po/iopti/a ca/ifornica), Cooper's hawk (Accipiter cooperir), and cactus wren (Campy/orhynchus brunneicapi//us). Planting methods include a combination of container plants and application of seed mixes using plant species palettes that will maximize contiguity with surrounding native Page 1 of 4 D --- - -T.\ - ,".'T \ -J � — . - `-,,. I�i vegetation types, species diversity, and habitat values. HRS takes specific measures to avoid and minimize impacts to native plant and wildlife species, including sensitive species known or with the potential to occur in in the vicinity of the site. Work includes: site preparation, planting, and seeding, followed by a five-year maintenance and monitoring which includes weed control, erosion control, supplemental planting and/or seeding, removal of trash and debris, irrigation management, pest and herbivore control, and fencing and signage maintenance. HRS is working closely with the City of Rancho Santa Margarita, OC Parks and the local water districts for seamless project coordination to keep the project moving forward toward success completion and sign -off from the USFWS. Dairy Fork Wetland and Habitat Restoration Project, Aliso Viejo, California. Mr. Trotta is the project site supervisor. This project will naturally treat urban runoff draining from four south Orange County cities and significantly improve water quality in the area. The wetland project, which is part of the South Orange County Watershed Management Area plan, involves building a series of ponds and planting native, ecosystem -friendly plants. When construction of the project is complete next summer, the wetland will be able to reduce pollutants in the water by as much as 99 percent. This multi jurisdictional wetland project will naturally treat urban runoff from about 1,500 acres of mixed residential and commercial areas within Aliso Viejo, Lake Forest, Laguna Hills and Laguna Woods before it merges with Aliso Creek. Wetland and Waters Mitigation and Revegetation Program Design -Build Services, Orange County, California. Mr. Trotta provides site supervision on this project. HRS and Dudek are providing design/build/maintenance services for this project located in the City of Lake Forest on the Southern California Edison Parcel/Viejo property. Dudek prepared final design and wetland/waters revegetation construction drawings. HRS then implemented the plan while Dudek provided construction monitoring and coordination with the regulatory agencies. Tasks include final design, grading over the combined 2.61 acres of wetland and waters establishment area, including the upland transition areas, planting, irrigation installation, hydroseeding, 120 -day plant establishment period and 5 -year maintenance. HRS installed 2,729 wetland trees and shrubs, and hydroseeded approximately 193,000 square feet of wetland, transitional, and upland habitat. Pacifica San Juan Habitat Restoration, Orange County, California. Mr. Trotta provides project supervision on this project. Work includes initial biomass removal of non-native species; micro -grading and site preparation; erosion control and installation, ongoing weed control; design, permitting, and installation of the required irrigation systems, preparation and permitting of the required planting plans; installation of container plants and hydroseeding; and remedial planting/seeding on both the 9.6 acre onsite and 33.2 acre offsite mitigation properties. The Crossings at Carlsbad Habitat Maintenance Project, City of Carlsbad, California. Mr. Trotta provided project supervision for this habitat maintenance project at The Crossings Golf Course in the city of Carlsbad. Over 10,000 native plants were installed in October 2007 in both the wetland and upland areas. HRS provided habitat maintenance and restoration for the 48 acres of coastal sage scrub and 7 acres of wetlands. HRS worked closely with the project team including the biologists, engineers and landscape architects to make sure the project met all success criteria for successful agency sign -off. Peter's Canyon Regional Park Mitigation Project, Orange County Public Works, California. Mr. Trotta is a project supervisor/coordinator for this HRS project. HRS is the contractor for the restoration of the wetland area. The first stage of this project involved clearing over 750 non-native trees throughout the mile long wetland including species such as Eucalyptus, Peruvian Pepper, Chinese Fan Palms, Acacia, and - Y�r'.,:.A,:':-'AMST•R,:�sd`ril�iAR.';�^3'4'�ki�`$°k+`RS�'s�1 _ .5 xr. Page 2 of 4 3_-= T:?: - - - _- Washington Palms. The size of the trees varied from a DBH of 6" to as large as 75". HRS was able to complete the clearing of all trees in less than two months before the start of the bird nesting season. Maintenance activities for the first five years of the Peter's Canyon Wash environmental enhancement project will include weed abatement, supplemental planting, erosion control, pest control, trash/debris removal, and storm flow maintenance. Maintenance and Remedial Planting for the 2C Ranch/Trabuco Creek Habitat Restoration Project, City of San Juan Capistrano, California. Mr. Trotta is site supervisor for this project. This is a 54 -acre project site that consists of 40 upland/CSS acres and 14 riparian acres and the topography ranges from steep to flat and is highly invaded by artichoke thistle and mustard. HRS performed minor grading work to repair the numerous deep erosion gullies found throughout the site. HRS is providing aggressive weed maintenance along with irrigation installation and maintenance to provide proper irrigation coverage for the 20,000 plants installed on this site. In addition, HRS will provide remedial planting and seeding necessary to achieve Success Criteria and any other measures as needed to obtain final acceptance and sign -off by the Resource Agencies. Additionally, HRS is managing the water usage throughout the site to optimize budget while still providing the site with all the necessary amount of water for the plant and seed germination to be successful. Habitat Restoration Services for the P1093 P1094 Electrical Utility Program, Camp Pendleton, California. Mr. Trotta is the project manager for this project. HRS is providing various restoration tasks for the temporary impacts associated with the P-1094 Utility Upgrade project located at Camp Pendleton, Oceanside, California. Following the direction of the project HMP and the project biologist, the work includes the installation of t -posts and orange construction fence around the perimeter of restoration areas; as -needed clearance of non-native species; ripping/disking of soil and the import and placement of top -soil. Once the sites have been prepared, HRS applied hydroseed to the areas using the appropriate seed mix. The project site is very linear (following the electrical lines) and spans over 6 miles of various habitat types totaling over 15 acres. HRS is currently performing maintenance on all areas which are showing promising germination from the hydroseed application that will undoubtedly lead to the project meeting the required success criteria. Wetlands Vegetation Maintenance and Removal Project, Indio, California. Mr. Trotta was the site supervisor for this project. HRS provided wetland vegetation removal services for the Valley Sanitation District. The works consisted of removal of approximately 3.0 acres (6,000 cubic yards) of aquatic vegetation consisting mainly of bulrush and cattail from a 15 -acre constructed wastewater treatment wetlands. Vegetation was then transported to a designated storage location at the wastewater treatment plant site and dried. The dried cut aquatic vegetation was transported to a final approved disposal site. Rock Springs Road Wetland Mitigation Project, San Diego, California. As project supervisor, managed the Habitat Restoration Sciences Inc. (HRS) crew at this project site. Work includes removal of all exotic vegetation, including giant reed (Arundo donaA), and installation of erosion control, including silt fence and fiber rolls. Work also included the installation of approximately 1,300 native plants and cuttings. HRS's subconsultant, Hydro -Plant, provided hydroseed services for a 0.40 -acre section of the 1.55 -acre project site. This project successfully met its 120 -day plant establishment period and with the right maintenance schedule, this project met its success criteria and received sign off in 2011 with the regulatory agencies. Page 3 of 4 San Diego River Wetlands Creation Project, San Diego Public Utilities Department, San Diego, California. Mr. Trotta was the project manager for this project located within the San Diego River watershed. To create a wetland basin with hydrological conditions to support native riparian vegetation, a portion of the San Diego River was widened by lowering existing elevations to create a wetland basin. This project included native habitat restoration to establish 3.43 acres of riparian woodlands, 2.06 acres of Diegan coastal sage scrub, and 9.25 acres of native upland habitats. During site clearing and grubbing, over 11,000 cubic yards of export materials was produced along with approximately 84,000 cubic yards of export from the excavation of the wetland basin. Excess soil was disposed of on-site and at two nearby parcels. The stockpile area was manually irrigated and hydroseeded with a native seed mix and exceeded the 25 -month City landscape standards. Key restoration components on this project included: hydroseeding, maintenance and replacement of erosion control measures, plant installation and maintenance, and temporary irrigation installation. As Needed Habitat Management Services, Center for Natural Lands Management, California. Mr. Trotta is the project supervisor for this project. HRS is currently providing habitat maintenance and other as -needed services for the Center of Natural Lands Management in Southern California. Projects are coordinated with the San Diego Regional Preserve Manager in the multiple habitat areas that the CNLM manages. Projects are extremely varied in size and scope, and have included specialty herbicide applications, remote gravity -fed irrigation system design/build projects, heavy equipment trail repair, large-scale invasive plant removals, vegetation clearance, and general habitat maintenance. Rose Canyon Wetland Creation Project, San Diego Public Utilities Department, San Diego, California. Mr. Trotta was the project manager for this 10.5 acre southern willow riparian wetlands and CSS uplands creation project. Project involved moving over 22,000 cubic yards of material to create wetland and upland habitats. The work took place in an open park that required tight coordination with the Cities MWWD and Parks department to provide minimal inconvenience to the public's use of the trails making up Rose Canyon. Maintenance efforts including hand weeding and herbicides. QSP/QS D QSP Services at Del Mar Beach Site, Camp Pendleton, California. Mr. Trotta was the QSP for two projects located on Del Mar Beach at Camp Pendleton. He performed monthly QSP site inspections with photo documentation and reports along with providing training for the on-site staff. QSP Services at the Whittier Main Project Site, Whittier, California. Mr. Trotta was the QSP for this project. Work included pH and turbidity sampling; review of BMP's at the project site to make sure they were properly installed and maintained; visual observations and inspections for both stormwater and non- stormwater flow; monitoring discharges and spill control; and working closely with the LRP so crews could to be mobilized quickly for any immediate repairs. QSD/QSP Services at the 82.9 Acre Upper Oso Habitat Restoration Project, City of Rancho Santa Margarita, Orange County, California. Mr. Trotta is the QSD/QSP for this project. He works closely with the client and the Orange County parks representative to make sure the project site follows the requirements of the project SWPPP. QSD/QSP Services at the Dairy Fork Wetland and Habitat Restoration Project, Aliso Viejo, California. As the QSD/QSP for this project, Mr. Trotta worked closely with the client and Agency representatives to make sure the project site followed the requirements of the project SWPPP. Page 4 of 4 Eddie Rosas Project Foreman Eddie Rosas has over 11 years' experience as a crew leader and LICENSES AND CERTIFICATIONS equipment operator. As an equipment operator, Mr. Rosas has Licensed Pesticide Applicator No. QAL experience with soil preparation and soil removal, mowing, and 115586 tree and shrub removal. He specializes in maneuvering around native species to perform exotic removal in riparian and coastal sage scrub (CSS) habitats. Mr. Rosas manages a crew of up to 15 laborers in all aspects of habitat restoration and landscape management. He is experienced in weed/exotic removal, herbicide application, plant identification, irrigation installation, container planting, plant salvaging, and site maintenance. Project Experience Habitat RAstoration and Nlaintenanr> Maintenance and Remedial Planting for the 2C Ranch/Trabuco Creek Habitat Restoration Project, City of San Juan Capistrano, California. Mr. Rosas is the project foreman for this 54 -acre project site that consists of 40 upland/CSS acres and 14 riparian acres. The topography ranges from steep to flat and is highly invaded by artichoke thistle and mustard. HRS is providing aggressive weed maintenance along with irrigation installation and maintenance to provide proper irrigation coverage for the 20,000 plants installed on this site. In addition, HRS will provide remedial planting and seeding necessary to achieve Success Criteria and any other measures as needed to obtain final acceptance and sign -off by the Resource Agencies. HRS is providing field direction with regard to location of the plant species and seed mixes that will ultimately lead to the greatest long-term success for the project. Additionally, HRS is managing the water usage throughout the site to optimize budget while still providing the site with all the necessary amount of water for the plant and seed germination to be successful. 82.9 Acre Upper Oso Habitat Restoration Project, City of Rancho Santa Margarita, Orange County, California. Mr. Rosas is the project foreman for this project. Project includes implementation, monitoring, and maintenance of 66.3 acres of revegetation and 16.6 acres of enhancement of native vegetation including coastal sage scrub, cactus scrub, southern willow/mulefat scrub, scrub oak chaparral/oak woodland, and foothill needlegrass grassland. Planting methods include a combination of over 130,000 container plants and application of seed mixes using plant species palettes that will maximize contiguity with surrounding native vegetation types, species diversity, and habitat values.. Work includes: site preparation, planting, and seeding, followed by a five-year maintenance and monitoring which includes weed control, erosion control, supplemental planting and/or seeding, removal of trash and debris, irrigation management, pest and herbivore control, and fencing and signage maintenance. Pacifica San Juan Habitat Restoration, Taylor Morrison Services, Inc., San Juan Capistrano, California. Mr. Rosas is the project foreman for this project. HRS is providing native habitat installation and maintenance for two (2) separate parcels, an approximately 9.6 -acre On -Site Mitigation Property and an approximately 33.2 -acre Off -Site Mitigation Property. Work includes initial biomass removal of non- native species; micro -grading and site preparation; erosion control and installation and maintenance of other required best management practices ("BMPs"); ongoing weed control; design, permitting, and installation of the required irrigation systems; preparation and permitting of the required planting plans; installation of �. n4,1 Page 1 of 4 container plants and hydroseeding; and remedial planting/seeding. HRS' in-house landscape architect designed the temporary irrigation system for this project. Wetland and Waters Mitigation and Revegetation Program Design -Build Services, Baldwin & Sons, Orange County, California. Mr. Rosas is the site foreman on this project. HRS and Dudek are providing design/build/maintenance services for this project located in the City of Lake Forest on the Southern California Edison Parcel/Viejo property. Dudek prepared final design and wetland/waters revegetation construction drawings. HRS then implemented the plan while Dudek provided construction monitoring and coordination with the regulatory agencies. Tasks include final design, grading over the combined 2.61 acres of wetland and waters establishment area, including the upland transition areas, planting, irrigation installation, hydroseeding, 120 -day plant establishment period and 5 -year maintenance. HRS installed 2,729 wetland trees and shrubs, and hydroseeded approximately 193,000 square feet of wetland, transitional, and upland habitat. Cabrillo Business Park Wetland Mitigation Project, Sares-Regis, Goleta, California. — Mr. Rosas is the site foreman for this project. The Cabrillo Business Park project is an approximate 92 -acre industrial park project located in the City of Goleta. Project includes a combination of 3.27 acres of wetland creation and existing wetlands in the eastern lowlands area. In addition, approximately 4.12 acres of surrounding upland vegetation will be enhanced with the addition of appropriate upland plant species to increase habitat diversity. The site was graded and prepared for planting and seeding. Over 10,400 native plants were installed along with on -grade temporary irrigation. The site is now in its 5 -year long-term maintenance associated with the agency permits. County of Orange, Integrated Waste Management Department (IWMD) Native Plant Habitat Management and Maintenance Services for Landfills, Orange County, California. For 6 -years, HRS provided management and maintenance services for the native plant habitat sites within the FRB and Santiago Canyon landfills. Areas include approximately 60 acres of CSS habitat restoration on site, 0.14 acre of riparian scrub habitat, 9.0 acres of upland and coast live oak habitat at the FRB site, and 150 acres of CSS habitat at the Santiago Canyon landfill. As crew leader, Eddie worked with HRS staff in providing weed abatement services, planting, and irrigation installation. As an equipment operator, Eddie was responsible for soil preparation for planting and seeding. Goal for the client is to obtain agency sign -off on these projects. HRS worked closely with client to accomplish this goal. The Crossings at Carlsbad Habitat Maintenance Project, City of Carlsbad, California. Mr. Rosas was the project foreman for the 48 acres of coastal sage scrub and seven acres of wetlands. Over 10,000 native plants were installed in October 2007 in both the wetland and upland areas. Lake Calavera Preserve Habitat Maintenance, City of Carlsbad, California. Mr. Rosas is the project foreman for this project. HRS is providing the City of Carlsbad at Calavera Lake a variety of different landscape and restoration activities. These have included grading, culvert installation, irrigation, planting, seed imprinting, and long-term maintenance. HRS staff has worked around active bicycle and hiking trails to complete a high water drainage channel that links two wetland mitigation sites. The entire area maintained by HRS at the Calavera Lake and Dam area is over 9 acres spread across the entire preserve. HRS incorporated over an acre of soil amendments that were ripped and tilled into the site prior to the seed imprinting during January 2010. Page 2 of 3 As -Needed Habitat Maintenance Services, San Diego County Water Authority, San Diego, California. Mr. Rosas is the project foreman at this project site. Work includes many project areas such as the 30 acres of habitat modification for the quarry site and 8.1 miles of shoreline herbicide application. Careful attention to aquatic herbicide use near the waterfront areas resulted in zero detects of herbicide residue in the reservoir water. HRS maintains mitigation areas for the SDCWA at the San Vicente and Lake Hodges Emergency Pumping Storage Facilities, and successfully completed a 5 -year maintenance and management program at Escondido Creek which resulted in project sign -off from State Agencies. Peter's Canyon Regional Park Mitigation Project, Orange County Public Works, California. Mr. Rosas is a project foreman for this HRS project. HRS is the contractor for the restoration of the wetland area. The first stage of this project involved clearing over 750 non-native trees throughout the mile long wetland including species such as Eucalyptus, Peruvian Pepper, Chinese Fan Palms, Acacia, and Washington Palms. The size of the trees varied from a DBH of 6" to as large as 75". HRS was able to complete the clearing of all trees in less than two months before the start of the bird nesting season. Maintenance activities for the first five years of the Peter's Canyon Wash environmental enhancement project will include weed abatement, supplemental planting, erosion control, pest control, trash/debris removal, and storm flow maintenance. Coastal Sage Scrub Restoration (Site B, Marine Corps Exchange, and Pilgrim Creek), Camp Pendleton, California. Mr. Rosas is the foreman for this HRS project. HRS is providing CSS restoration services for this 30 -acre site. Project includes soil imprinting, container plant planting, hydroseeding, and protection of the thread -leaved Brodiaea is its current location. During years 3- 5, the focus is weed and exotic species control and encouragement of the container plant development with maintenance and the use of protective cages. Dairy Fork Wetland and Habitat Restoration Project, Aliso Viejo, California. Mr. Rosas is the project foreman for this project. HRS is the prime contractor on this project which will naturally treat urban runoff draining from four south Orange County cities and significantly improve water quality in the area. This wetland project, which is part of the South Orange County Watershed Management Area plan, involves building a series of ponds and planting native, ecosystem -friendly plants. When construction of the project is complete next summer, the wetland will be able to reduce pollutants in the water by as much as 99 percent. This multi jurisdictional wetland project will naturally treat urban runoff from about 1,500 acres of mixed residential and commercial areas within Aliso Viejo, Lake Forest, Laguna Hills and Laguna Woods before it merges with Aliso Creek. Calavera Dam Remedial Improvements Project, City of Carlsbad, San Diego County, California. Mr. Rosas is the site foreman for this project. This project includes wetland and coastal sage scrub revegetation. The project is required to create, restore, and enhance 2.08 acres or wetland/riparian and coastal sage scrub. The mitigation is comprised of eleven plots installed with four vegetation types. To mitigate for temporary impacts to Coastal and Valley Freshwater Marsh (FM), and Diegan Coastal Sage Scrub (CSS), the impacted areas were restored with FM and CSS respectively. To mitigate for permanent CSS impacts, CSS is created. To mitigate for permanent impacts to non -wetland waters of the U.S., Riparian Scrub (RS), and Southern Coastal Salt Marsh (SCSM), wetlands are created. HRS provided clearing/grubbing, grading, fence installation, native plant installation, irrigation installation, hydroseeding and seed imprinting, BMP installation, and site maintenance. Page 3 of 3 Addevld%lo NOTICE TO ALL PROSPECTIVE BIDDERS: ADDENDUM NO. 1 1. City of Chino Hills, "Herbicidal Applications and Select Vegetation Trimming Project", propsals for which are to be received at the office of the City Clerk of the City of Chino Hills, 14000 City Center Drive, Chino Hills, CA 91709, until 2:00 p.m. July 13, 2017. 2. The following is Addendum No. Ito the Herbicidal Applications and Select Vegetation Trimming Project. The Addendum incorporates answers to all questions received, An acknowledgement of receipt of this Addendum No. 1 shall be included with the RFP submittal. Failure to provide such acknowledgement may render the proposal as non-responsive and subject to rejection. Question: Will City require the submittal of bonds with the RFP? Answer: The City does not require bonds for an RFP or a professional services agreement. Question: Are there any restricted herbicides that are not allowed? As long as we follow all laws and regulations and label rates of licensed chemicals it is being assumed we are allowed to use them. Answer: First of all the HMMP would not allow for the use of a restricted herbicide. However, the use of a non -restricted herbicide such as Glyphosate is allowed under the strict provisions of the HMMP and as further restricted during the required consultations as noted in the RFP (see footnote 3 and 4 in Attachment 2 - Scope of Work Summary Table). Question: How does the billing and payments work? Will they be billed by category or will there be inspections, etc.? For example the maintenance for spraying would be billed total amount divided by 12 for monthly billing but the silt removal would be only billed when it occurs? Answer: Billing will be submitted for monthly cycles. For example, spraying and work performed at each facility in March (from March 1st through March 31") would be invoiced/billed to the City in April. The Environmental Program Inspector will regularly monitor the approved work schedule submitted by the successful proposer (see RFP deliverables section). Additionally, regular inspections of the completed work at each facility will be performed by the Environmental Program Inspector, BY THE ORDER OF THE CITY OF CHINO HILLS July 11, 2017 By: /l%.a� Gl)a� Project Manager BASE PROPOSAL FORM Facility Work Area Lump Sum - Lump Sum - Lump Sum - I13t Facility Name Acres Location' Annual Annual Annual Year 1 Year 2 Year 3 Rimrock 1 Detention Detention basin south of Rimrock 0.002 Avenue and Rock Springs Dr. q(6 Basin 2 Calle San 0 002 Inlet on the southwest comer of Calle San Marcos 4(6 ' c" (6 'o Marcos Inlet and Grand Ave Chino Hills ' 3 Parkway 0.007 Inlet east of Chino Hills Pkwy between '0D. 00 4 (6,00�t6 �oO Inlet Heathervale Dr and Country Walk Ln 4 Ridgeview Drive Inlet 0.010 Inlet south west oeview Dr I _ tf Rid 9 Stfl• oo 4l6 �►� . ,� 4(6 < 00 Feldspar 5 I 0.002 Inlet west of Feldspar and Carbon 52a •oocc(b•o�lb v , 00 Inlet Canyon Rd T Pipeline 6 Avenue Inlet Inlet west of Pipeline between Los 0.034 [Serranos Blvd & Glen Ridge Dr 4 4-W -oo 4 376 -o o zf 376•© o Pipeline 7 Avenue Inlet west of Pipeline Ave and Los 0.020 Serranos Blvd and Glen Ridge Dr tk'ZO.00 376 ®O 376 Ott Outlet Soquel ' 8 canyon 0.052 Inlet is south of Soquel Canyon Pkwy 1690.00 �(qqq •00 .00 Parkway and Pipeline Ave Inlet Sapphire 9 Road Inlet Inlet south of Sapphire Rd and Elinvar o.00s I.Dr 1kSv • o © 4 So-oo dr asv -Do Skate Park ' 10a Drainage Ditch Outlet/Drainage ditch south of the skate 0.140 t(1.0 • po (! 2.a -o n (1 Lo • o ° Skate Park park on Fairfield Ranch Rd 10b Outlet Total Area - Acres i Pagel 0Total Lump Sum Base Proposal .285 l S �0-00� `�' ?oto'°O �'�Q�(c•oo 1 Pagel Note: 1. Facility ID numbers 13 through 16 removed from Project list. Facility ID letters A and B added to Project list. 2. For each location review scope of work summary table. 3. Flood control facility must operate with positive drainage and in accordance with vector control requirements. 4. All Work to be done in accordance with the HMMP and the attached regulatory permits in the document. ATTACHMENT 3-1 5. All Work to comply with the Migratory Bird Act, Confer with City supplied Biologist particularly Feb 15 to Sept 15 each year, Page 1 of 2 BASE PROPOSAL FORM Facility Facility Name Work Area Location2 11131 Acres 1 l b Skate Park Drainage channel located ease of skate Channel 2.233 park Ila Pilot Channel Fairfield Ranch Rd at channel southwest of Skate Park Mystic 17 Canyon 0.195 Annual Detention Annual Year 1 Basin Year 3 �Q32-oo Butterfield ,'7(yfi .moo 18 Inlet 0.011 Butterfield 19 Outlet 0.014 A Small Pond 0.580 Inundation B Area 0.110 I otal Area - Acres Page 2 3,143 I otal Area - Acres Paaes 1 & 2 3.428 Lump Sum - Lump Sum - Lump Sum - Annual Annual Annual Year 1 Year 2 Year 3 �Q32-oo 471416'oo ,'7(yfi .moo Detention basin south of Mystic Canyon Dr, south of Twin Knolls Dr t �° ' ° ° Rho ° o ��'� • o c Inlet north of Butterfield Ranch Rd at Brookwood Ln ('fit(, °" 497( 437t ' o0 Outlet north of Butterfield Ranch Rd at Brookwood Ln Drainage pond located 1,400 feet east 2 S •oma of skate park on Fairfield Ranch Rd (Area west of Fairfield Ranch Rd q;o • ao extending to Pine Ave and 71 Frwy' $34Z•©0 4342,00 � i' 8� X04 �f8s6 • ofl �'3��•oe �3v�"o0 Total Lump Sum Base Proposal = Page (3836"°r' 1�06('oa z$ 064T Total Lump Sum Base Proposal PaaesI & 411426", 416D1s Total Lump Sum Years 1, 2, and 491, 6 g6 0,0 xK Total Lump Sum Annual Years 1, 2 and 3 in words: 1 `'!1411 n f t"1 _ l r/ t.•GC f x �i C�%L c 1 t S (K � f // al,6 Note:' 1. Facility ID numbers 13 through 16 removed from Project list. Facility ID letters A and B added to Project list. 2. For each location review scope of work summary table. 3. Flood control facility must operate with positive drainage and in accordance with vector control requirements. 4. All Work to be done in accordance with the HMMP and the attached regulatory permits in the document. 5. All Work to comply with the Migratory Bird Act. Confer with City supplied Biologist particularly Feb 15 to Sept 15 each year. ATTACHMENT 3-1 Page 2 of 2 ALTERNATE A - PROPOSAL FORM Total Lump Sum Alternate A - Years 1, 2 and 31n words: Notes: 1. Facility ID numbers 13 through 16 removed from Project list. Facirity ID letters A and B added to Project list 2. Flood control facility must operate with positive drainage and in accordance with vector control requirements. 3. All Work to be done in accordance with the HMMP and the attached regulatory permits in the document 4. All Work to comply with the Migratory Bird Act. Confer with City supplied Biologist particularly Feb 15 to Sept 15 each year. ATTACHMENT 3-2 Page 1 of 1 Silt and Lump Sum Lump Sum Lump Sum Facility ID' Facility Name Locatlon2 Description Sediment Annual Annual Annual JJVmovaP Year 1 Year 2 Year 3 1 through 9, 18, Varies see Varies see Remove silt and sediment as needed. Not 500 _ _ 19, and B Attachment 1 Attachment 1 to exceed 500 cubic yards annually - Skate Park Remove silt and sediment as needed and a 10a Drainage Outlet/Drainage ditch and directed. Not to exceed 150 cubic yards 150 Ditch drainage grates south of the annually Skate Park skate park on Fairfield Remove silt and sediment as needed and 10b Outlet Ranch Rd directed. Not to exceed 150 cubic yards 150 C7s-0 %b ©? S 1601-1) annually 11b Skate Park Drainage channel located Remove silt and sediment as needed and directed. Not to exceed 2,000 cubic yards 2,000 rr Channel ease of skate park annually Fairfield Ranch Rd at Remove silt and sediment as needed and 11a Pilot Channel channel southwest of Skate directed. Not to exceed 150 cubic yards 150 4 6 f ZSR f607 KO S Park annually Mystic Uetention basin south of ,Remove , 17 Canyon Mystic Canyon Dr, south of silt and sediment as needed. Not to 250 250�Zc c(Do Detention Twin Knolls Dr exceed cubic yards annually C A Small Pond Drainage pond located 1,400 feet east of skate park on Remove silt and sediment as needed. Not 100 4 If Fairfield Ranch Rd to exceed 150 cubic yards annually Total Lump Sum Alternate Al 3,300 1 �` SfQ t c4Lt 6f jr Mt 61S— Total Lump Sum Alternate Proposal �} tr V(0 - 0 Years 1, 2, and 31 c7� 443 I Total Lump Sum Alternate A - Years 1, 2 and 31n words: Notes: 1. Facility ID numbers 13 through 16 removed from Project list. Facirity ID letters A and B added to Project list 2. Flood control facility must operate with positive drainage and in accordance with vector control requirements. 3. All Work to be done in accordance with the HMMP and the attached regulatory permits in the document 4. All Work to comply with the Migratory Bird Act. Confer with City supplied Biologist particularly Feb 15 to Sept 15 each year. ATTACHMENT 3-2 Page 1 of 1 LIST OF SUBCONTRACTORS/CONSULTANTS Type of Work Subcontractor/Consultant Subcontractor/Consultant CA State License Firm Name Address Number Percentage of Work' Dollar Value of Cost �"�— s��ll.�u'si�o avC (�EZ� tlJt�}cttDi�'�!� /� �S7 � 7 �[ • `l7 Total Total subcontractor/consultant percentage in words: T'. Dpap A2, I -e Co N Q.0 J`ec,-CQJ Total subcontractor/consultant dollar value in words:_ j' {� �z. ,GVfLc>�fFu rQ9� Note: 1. Total percentage for all subcontractors/consultants shall be less than 50%. ATTACHMENT 3-3 2. Total Dollar Value for all subcontractors/consultants shall be less than 50% of the proposal costs. Page 1 of I Habitat Restoration Sciences, Inc. 2017 State Prevailing Wage Standard Schedule of Charges Professional & Management Personnel Habitat Management Coordinator/Principal........................................................................................................$210.00/hr $125.00/day Senior Project Manager.......................................................................................................................................$160.00/hr $75.00/day $100.00/day Senior Engineer/ Senior Landscape Architect/ Senior Geologist........................................................................$160.00/hr $90.00/day Engineer/Landscape Architect/Geologist............................................................................................................$120.00/hr $100.00/day Senior Habitat Restoration Specialist..................................................................................................................$130.00/hr 5150.00/day HabitatRestoration Specialist., ..... 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I ...... ... ........ $100.00/hr CARDDesigner/GIS Technician..........................................................................................................................$75.00/hr $225.00/day Administration/Clerical Support............................................................................................................................$65.00/hr $450.00/day Construction Prevailing Wage Classifications: Landscape Operating Engineer/rcamster............................................................................................................$135.00/hr Landscape Irrigation Laborer..............................................................................................................................$120.00/hr Landscape Hydro Seeder..................................................................................................................................... $120.00/hr Construction Laborer.....................................................................................................................................$120.00/hr Landscape irrigation Tender..................................................................................................................................$55.00/hr Maintenance Prevailing Wage Classifications: Landscape Supervisor/Project Manager..............................................................................................................$125.00/hr Landscape Assistant Supervisor..........................................................................................................................$105.00/hr Foreman............................................................................................................................................................... $85.00/hr Assistant Foreman......................................................................................................................................$65.00/hr SkilledLaborer (QAL, 5+ Years' Experience).....................................................................................................$50.00/hr Landscape Maintenance Laborer........................................................................................................................... $33.00/hr Eauiament/Vehicks Truck Usage...................................................................................................................................................... $125.00/day WaterTrailer/Buffalo................... .................... ....... ............ ................................................................................ Dump Trailer $75.00/day $100.00/day .................................................................................................................................................... $90.00/day GPSUnit ............................. .......................................................................... ....................................................... $100.00/day Quad/Mule............................................................................................................................................... Spray Rig 5150.00/day ATVwith ........................................................................................................................................ Boat / Kubota Zero Turn Mower...................................................................................................................... $225.00/day .............................................................................. Dingo Equipment/Tractor.................................................. $450.00/day CAT/John Deere Dozer, Excavator (305 or smaller), Skid Steer, etc............................................................. $450.00/day CAT308 Excavator.......................................................................................................................................... $600.00/day CAT315 Excavator......................................................................................................................................... $850.00/day Water Truck / Dump Truck.............................................................................................................................. $450.00/day. Chipper / Hydroseeder...................................................................................................................................... 5450.00/day ............................ Masticator Attachment......................................................................................................... . $300.00/day Roll -off Truck........................................................................................................................$600.00/day plus tipping fees Emergency and Holidays — Minimum charge of two hours will be billed at 1.5 times the normal rate. Sundays are double time at 2,0 times normal rate. Material and Outside Services — Herbicides, subcontractors, rental of special equipment, special fencing or signage materials, etc., are charged at 1.15 times the direct cost. Travel Expenses —Per Diem where overnight stay is involved is charged at cost. Invoices, hate Charges. - All fees will be billed to Client monthly and shall be due and payable upon receipt. Invoices are delinquent if not paid within thirty (30) days from the date of the invoice. Client agrees to pay a monthly late charge equal to one percent (1%) per month of the outstanding balance until paid in full. Revised December 2016 WHRS