Memo Regarding Recommendation to Authorize the City Manager to Amend an Agreement with Carlson Barbee & Gibson to Add the Amount of $174,000 for a Total Contract Amount of $652,500 for Civil Engineering and Surveying Consulting Services, July 18, 2017
1. Carlson Barbee Gibson Proposed Third Amendment
2. Carlson Barbee Gibson Second Amendment
3. Carlson Barbee Gibson First Amendment
4. Carlson Barbee Gibson Original Contract
Carlson Barbee & Gibson, Inc. (CBG) has provided civil engineering and surveying consulting services for the redevelopment of the Naval Air Station Alameda (Alameda Point) on behalf of the City of Alameda and the City's previous master developers for over eleven years. As described in greater detail below, the proposed amendment includes a scope of work for legal descriptions and a record of survey for the Phase 3 Navy conveyance and Tidelands Trust exchange, engineering review for Site A and Enterprise District projects, and implementation assistance regarding the Master Infrastructure Plan for Alameda Point (MIP). CBG maintains invaluable knowledge of the Alameda Point property and the unique infrastructure challenges faced by the site from its past experience that can be built upon and leveraged to provide the City of Alameda with cost-efficient and high quality professional services.
CBG was founded in 1989 and is a premier engineering firm in Northern California that consists of over 40 professionals. The firm concentrates its efforts and expertise to providing civil engineering services on mixed-use, residential, commercial and institutional development, land development, and redevelopment projects. CBG's project experience is diverse and includes the design and planning of many challenging urban and redevelopment projects including Mare Island and Vallejo Waterfront in Vallejo; East Garrison and The Dunes project at Fort Ord in Monterey; Bay Meadows redevelopment in San Mateo; redevelopment of the Hunter's Point Shipyard in San Francisco; and the redevelopment of the Encinal Terminals, Chipman and Del Monte warehouse sites along the northern waterfront in Alameda.