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File #: EC-20-168   
Type: Executive Communication Status: Approved
File created: 10/5/2020 In control: City Council
Final action: 10/19/2020
Enactment date: Enactment #:
Title: Mayor's Recommendation of RoVolus for On-Call Engineering for Aviation Sustainability and Environmental Services
Attachments: 1. EC-168.pdf, 2. EC-168 RoVolus.pdf



INTER-OFFICE MEMORANDUM DATE: September 1, 2020

TO: Patrick Davis, President, City Council

FROM: Timothy M. Keller, Mayor

SUBJECT:
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Mayor's Recommendation of RoVolus for On-Call Engineering for Aviation Sustainability and Environmental Services
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The Selection Advisory Committee (SAC) met via email on September 1, 2020 to consider the following project:

Project: Project No: 7740.00; On-Call Engineering for Aviation Sustainability and Environmental Services

Agency: Department of Municipal Development

Two proposals were received in response to the Request for Proposals but only one was
considered because the other firm did not include all of the required paperwork in their proposal
as required per the legal ad.

Project Description: To provide project formulation, preparation and submittal of Federal Aviation Administration (FAA), Federal Environmental Protection Agency (EPA), State, and Local environmental and sustainability grant applications; to include the Airport Improvement Program (AIP) Voluntary Airport Low Emissions (VALE) Program for the following projects (purchase of low-emission vehicles, preconditioned air units, chargers for electric ground support equipment like bag tugs and belt loaders; natural gas refueling stations for airport buses and shuttles; and electric gates at the terminal., and other major infrastructure improvements the FAA AIP Program under Section 511 and Zero Emission Airport Vehicles (ZEV) for the following projects (vehicles that transport airport passenger and employees, light and heavy duty trucks and the construction or modification of infrastructure to facilitate fuel delivery to funded ZEV's that includes refueling stations, rechargers, on-site fuel storage tanks, and other equipment needed for station operation and the FAA AIP Program under Section 512 Energy Efficiency of Airport Power Sources for the following projects (energy efficiency measures in airport buildings, glycol recovery vehic...

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